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    GE Fanuc AutomationComputer Numerical Control ProductsSeries 16i/160i/160is-Model BSeries 18i/180i/180is-Model BSeries 21i/210i/210is-Model BConnection Manual (Hardware)GFZ-63523EN/03January 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–63523EN/03DEFINITION 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–63523EN/03PREFACEp–1PREFACEThis manual describes the electrical and structural specifications requiredfor connecting the CNC control unit to a machine tool. The manualoutlines the components commonly used for FANUC CNC control units,as shown in the configuration diagram in Chapter 2, and su...

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    PREFACEB–63523EN/03p–2This manual consists of chapters 1 to 15 and appendixes at the end of thebook.Chapter and titleContentsChapter 1CONFIGURATIONProvides general information related to the connection of the i Series CNC, as well as anintroduction to detailed information.Chapter 2TOTAL CONNE...

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    B–63523EN/03PREFACEp–3The following table lists the manuals related to Series 16i, Series 18i,Series 21i, Series 160i, Series 180i, Series 210i, Series 160is, Series180is, Series 210is–MODEL B. This manual is indicated by anasterisk(*).Manual nameSpecificationnumberDESCRIPTIONSB–63522ENCO...

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    PREFACEB–63523EN/03p–4Manual nameSpecificationnumberNetworkFANUC I/O Link–II CONNECTION MANUALB–62714ENProfibus–DP Board OPERATOR’S MANUALB–62924ENEthernet Board/DATA SERVER Board OPERATOR’S MANUALB–63354ENFAST Ethernet Board/FAST DATA SERVER OPERATOR’S MANUALB–63644ENDevice...

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    B–63523EN/03Table of Contentsc–1DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEs–1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PREFACEp–1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. CONFIGURATION1. . . ....

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    B–63523EN/03Table of Contentsc–25.1CONNECTION OF MDI UNIT (LCD–MOUNTED TYPE)75. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1.1General75. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    B–63523EN/03Table of Contentsc–37.1.13Notes on Installing a Separate Detector Interface Unit164. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.1.14Connecting the Servo Check Adapter166. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    B–63523EN/03Table of Contentsc–49.4.6DO (Output Signal) Connection221. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.4.7DI/DO Signal Specifications222. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    B–63523EN/03Table of Contentsc–59.9.2Output Signal Specifications for Source Output Type Connection Unit314. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.9.3Connector Pin Layout for Source Output Type Connection Unit318. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.9.4Dimensio...

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    B–63523EN/03Table of Contentsc–69.13.6.4 Outline of sub panel B389. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.13.6.5 Outline of sub panel C390. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    B–63523EN/03Table of Contentsc–714.CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is430. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.1TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMS431. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.1.1LCD–Mounted Type Serie...

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    B–63523EN/031. CONFIGURATION11 CONFIGURATION

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    1. CONFIGURATIONB–63523EN/032The i series control units are divided into two types: the LCD–mountedtype and stand–alone type.LCD–mounted type control units have a built–in display. Stand–alonetype control units have a separate display unit. In the following sections,the LCD–mount...

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    B–63523EN/031. CONFIGURATION3Series 160is/180is/210is LCD–mounted type control units (A circle inthe table denotes that a unit is available.)DisplayExpan-sion slotSoft keyTouchpanel160is180is210is10+2NonefffNoneNoneProvidedfff10+2Providedfff10+2Nonefff2NoneProvidedfff10.4″ TFT10+2Providedf...

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    1. CONFIGURATIONB–63523EN/034LCD–mounted type control unitLiquid–crystaldisplayMemory cardinterfaceSoft key switchNOTEThis figure is a front view of the Series 16i/18i/21iLCD–mounted type control unit with an 8.4″ TFT colorliquid–crystal display. The configurations of other controlun...

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    B–63523EN/031. CONFIGURATION5Fan unitBatteryFusePower supply connector [CP1]Serial spindle or position coder connector [JA41] (6)I/O–Link connector [JD44A]Unit rear panelSoft keyPower supply moduleAnalog spindle or high–speed skip connector [JA40] (6.2, 5.4)I/O unit interface connector (5.3...

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    1. CONFIGURATIONB–63523EN/036LCD–mounted type control unitRear of unitOption boardFor remote buffer, DNC1, or DNC2RS–422 connector (11)[JD6A]RS–232C connector (11)[JD28A]Rear of unitOption boardFor HSSB boardHSSB opticalconnector (12)[COP7]

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    B–63523EN/031. CONFIGURATION7NOTE1 The above figures are rear views of a LCD–mounted typecontrol unit with option slots. The configurations of theoption slot portions of other LCD–mounted type controlunits are the same as in the above figures.2 When a loader control board is used, refer to...

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    1. CONFIGURATIONB–63523EN/038Rear side of unitOption boardFor sub–CPU cardAnalog output connector (6)[JA40]Connector for serial spindle/position coder (6)[JA41]Rear side of unitOption boardFor data server boardEthernet (5)[CD33]LCD–mounted type control unitServo unit connector (FSSB) (7) [C...

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    B–63523EN/031. CONFIGURATION9Rear of unitOption boardProfibus boardConnector for master board [JN1]Rear side of unitOption boardI/O Link–II interface boardI/O LINK–IIterminal unit[TB1]LCD–mounted type control unitConnector for slave board [JN2]NOTEThe above figures are rear views of a LCD...

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    1. CONFIGURATIONB–63523EN/0310Series 16i/18i/21i stand–alone type control units (A circle in the tabledenotes that a unit is available.)Slot rack nameExpansionslotMinislot16i18i21iRe-marksSingle–slot rackNone2fff(*NOTE)3–slot rack24fff(*NOTE)Series 16i/18i/21i display units (A circle in...

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    B–63523EN/031. CONFIGURATION11Series 160is/180is/210is display units (CNC display unit with PCfunctions) (A circle denotes that a unit is available.)DisplaySoftkeyTouchpanel160is180is210isRe-marks10+2Nonefff10.4″ TFT color LCDNoneProvidedfff10+2Providedfff

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    1. CONFIGURATIONB–63523EN/0312Stand–alone type control unitBattery (4.4)Memory card interfaceLCD connector (5) [COP20A]Mini slot Slot 12Mini slot Slot 11Mini slot Slot 10Mini slot Slot 9Servo unit (FSSB)connector (7) [COP10A–1(lower)][COP10A–2(upper)]Slot 3Slot 2Battery (4.4)Status displa...

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    B–63523EN/031. CONFIGURATION13Stand–alone type control unitSub–CPU boardConnector for analog spindle or high–speed skip (6) (5.3) [JA40]Connector for serial spindle or positioncoder (6) [JA41]Mini slotServo unit (FSSB) connector (7) [COP10A–1(lower)][COP10A–2(upper)]Servo check board ...

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    1. CONFIGURATIONB–63523EN/0314Stand–alone type control unit (mini slots)HSSB boardC boardRemote buffer, DNC2 boardRemote buffer, DNC2 boardDNC1 boardHSSB optical connector (12)The C board has no connector.RS–232–C connector (11)RS–422 connector (11)RS–485 connector (11)NOTEThe numbers...

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    B–63523EN/031. CONFIGURATION15Stand–alone type control unit (mini slots)Ethernet boardDeviceNet boardPROFIBUS boardFL–net boardI/O Link–II boardEthernet board connector (13)DeviceNet board connector (13)PROFIBUS board connector (13)FL–net board connector (13)I/O Link–II board connecto...

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    1. CONFIGURATIONB–63523EN/0316LCD unit for stand–alone type control unitLiquid–crystal displayMemory card interfaceSoft key switchConnector for MDI connection (5) [CA55]I/O unit interface connector (5) [JD36A]LCD connector (5) [COP20B]FusePower supply connector(5)[CPIA (right)][CPIB (left)]...

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    B–63523EN/031. CONFIGURATION17Mother boardCPU for controlling CNC· Power supply· 2–axis to 8–axis control · Spindle interface· LCD/MDI· I/O link· PMC–SB7· Analog output/high–speed DI· RS–232C × 2· Memory card interfaceLoader control boardLoader control function· 2–/4–a...

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    1. CONFIGURATIONB–63523EN/0318Mother boardCPU for controlling CNC· Power supply· 2–axis to 6–axis control· Spindle interface· LCD/MDI· I/O link· PMC–SB7· Analog output/high–speed DI· RS–232C × 2· Memory card interfaceBasic systemOn a unit with option slots, as many option bo...

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    B–63523EN/031. CONFIGURATION19Mother boardCPU for controlling CNC· Power supply· 2–axis to 4–axis control· Spindle interface· LCD/MDI· I/O link· PMC–SA1/SB7· Analog output/high–speed DI· RS–232C × 2· Memory card interfaceLoader control board(for T system only)Loader control ...

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    1. CONFIGURATIONB–63523EN/0320Single–slot rackSlot 0Option slot 1Option slot 2Mini slot 12Three–slot rackBasic system (slot 1)Main boardCPU for controlling CNCSub–CPU board (for 16i/18i only)RISC board (for 16i/18i only)Options (mini slot) HSSB interface boardHigh–speed serial bus inter...

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    B–63523EN/031. CONFIGURATION21Conditions for installing options (LCD–mounted type)OptionSlot nearest to the LCDMiddle slot among the option 3 slotsOption 4 slot farthest from the LCDAxis controlSub–CPU boardAxis control board– 2/4/6/8 axis Loader control boardAxis control board– 2/4 ...

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    2. TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMSB–63523EN/03222 TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMS

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    B–63523EN/032. TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMS2324V–IN(CP1A)MDI(CA55)R232(JD36A)R232(JD36B)A–OUT&HDI(JA40)I/O Link(JD1A)CK1MDI UNITJA3CPD1CPD1JD1AJD1AJD1BJD1BDC24VDC24V{SPDL&POS(JA41)FSSB(COP10A–1)MCCSVMSVMSVMSVMSPMTB2CX2A JX1ATB1CX2B JX1BTB1CX2B JX1BCX1A TB1CX2A JX1ACX1B TB1JX1BCOP10BJ...

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    2. TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMSB–63523EN/0324R232–3(JD28A)R422–1(JD6A)SVMSVMSVMSPMPSMCOP10BCOP10AA–OUT(JA40)SPDL&POS(JA41)FSSB(COP10A–1)SV–CHK(CA69)COP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10ASVMCOP10BCOP10ALCD–mounted type control unit (only when optional functions are provided)Option slotSerial comm...

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    B–63523EN/032. TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMS25MCCPSMCX1B TB1CX2B JX1BFSSB(COP10A)SV–CHK(CA54)I/O Link(JD1A)CX4CX3CX1A TB2SVMSVMSVMSVMTB2CX2AJX1ATB1CX2BJX1BCOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10AJF1TB2JA3CPD1CPD1JD1AJD1AJD1BJD1B24VDC24VDCCOP10BCOP10BCOP10ACOP10A200VAC200VAC10BASE5(CD27)EthernetHSSB(COP7)LCD–mo...

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    2. TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMSB–63523EN/0326The soft key cable isattached to the LC controlprinted circuit board.24V–IN(CP1)24V–OUT(CP2)LCD(COP20A)R232–2(JD5B)A–OUT&HDI(JD44A)I/O Link(JD1A)LCD UNITJA3CPD1CPD1JD1AJD1AJD1BJD1BR232–1(JD5A)JD1AJD1BLINK(JD45)SPDL&POS(JA41)FSSB(COP10A...

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    B–63523EN/032. TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMS27Stand–alone type control unitHard disk unitData server boardEthernetServo check boardAnalog output for tool driveSVMSVMSVMSPMPSMSpindle motorSub axis 1servo motorUp to six or eight axes, depending on the model.To second spindlePosition coderCOP10BCOP1...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/03283 INSTALLATION

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION29The 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 u...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/0330The following CNC–related units require an input power supply thatsatisfies the indicated current capacities with a power supply voltage of24 VDC "10%. Here, note that momentary voltage changes and ripplesare also within "10% of the power supply voltage...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION31Table 3.2.1 (b) Power supply capacity (for stand–alone type control units)Unit16i18i21i160i/160is180i/180is210i/210isPowersupplycapacityRe-marksStand–alonetype control unit1–slot rackffffff1.6A(*1, *2,*3, *4)(including mainCPU board)3–slot rackffffff1.8A(*1...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/0332Table 3.2.1 (c) Power supply ratingUnit16i18i21i160i/160is180i/180is210i/210isPower supplycapacityRemarksMDI unitffffff0AOperator’s panel I/Omoduleffffff0.3A+7.3mA×DIConnector panel I/Omodule (basic)ffffff0.2A+7.3mA×DIConnector panel I/Omodule (additional)fffff...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION33When 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 cond...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/0334D The installation conditions of the I/O unit and connector panel I/Omodule must be satisfied.To obtain good ventilation in the module, the I/O unit and connectorpanel I/O module must be installed in the direction shown in thefollowing figure. Clearances of 100 mm ...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION35The internal air temperature of the cabinet increases when the units andparts installed in the cabinet generate heat. Since the generated heat isradiated from the surface of the cabinet, the temperature of the air in thecabinet and the outside air balance at certai...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/0336Table 3.4.2 (a) Heat output (for LCD–mounted type control unit)Unit16i18i21iHeat output(W)RemarksLCD–mountedWithout option slotsfff33W(*1)type control unitWith 2 option slotsfff37W(*1)With 3 option slotsff—39W(*1)With 4 option slotsff—40W(*1)Option board (*...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION37Table 3.4.2 (b) Heat output (for stand–alone type control units)Unit16i18i21i160i/160is180i/180is210i/210isHeatoutputRe-marksStand–alone typecontrol unit1–slot rackffffff30W(*1)(including mainCPU board)3–slot rackffffff43W(*1)Option boardHSSB boardffffff4WL...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/0338Table 3.4.2 (c) Heat output (peripheral units)Unit16i18i21i160i/160is180i/180is210i/210isHeat output(W)RemarksMDI unitffffff0WOperator’s panel I/Omoduleffffff12W(*1)Connector panel I/Omodule (basic)ffffff8W(*1)Connector panel I/Omodule (additional)ffffff5W(*1)Sep...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION39With a small cabinet like the operator’s panel, the heat dissipatingcapacity of the cabinet is as shown below, assuming that there is sufficientmixing of the air inside the cabinet.Coated metal surfaces: 8 W/m2°CPlastic surfaces: 3.7 W/m2°CAn example of the th...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/0340Table 3.4.3LCD–mounted type control unit with option 2 slots37 WOption board (serial communication board)6 WOption board (loader control board)10 WDistributed operator’s panel I/O module12 W120–mm square fan motor for air mixing8 WTotal heat dissipation of the...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION41The 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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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/0342NOTE1 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.3 The shield is not required when the cable between the CNCand MDI is shorter...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION43The CNC machine tool uses the following three types of grounding:D Signal groundingSignal grounding supplies a reference potential (0 V) for electricalsignals.D Grounding for protectionGrounding for protection is performed for safety reasons as well as toshield agai...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/0344CNCLCD–mounted type i series CNCStand–alone type i series CNCDistributedI/Oαi amplifierAC powersupply24–V powersupplyAC inputPE (ground plate of cabinet)Pendant boxFrameOperator’spanelPendant boxCabinet on machine sideDisplayDistributedI/Oαi amplifierAC po...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION45M4 studGrounding cable, wire 2 mm2 or moreConnect the 0 V line of the electronic circuit in the control unit with theground plate of the cabinet via the signal ground (SG) terminal.For the locations of the grounding terminals of other units, see“EXTERNAL DIMENSION...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/0346Stand–alone type control unitPESingle–slot rackThree–slot rackSignal ground terminal(Faston terminal)Signal ground terminalM4 (threaded hole)M3 (threaded hole)Ground cable2 mm2 or moreGrounding plate of the cabinetConnect the 0–V lines of the electronic circ...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION47The AC/DC solenoid and relay are used in the power magnetics cabinet.A high pulse voltage is caused by coil inductance when these devices areturned on or off.This pulse voltage induced through the cable causes the electronic circuitsto be disturbed.D Use a spark kil...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/0348If a cable connected to the CNC, servo amplifier, spindle amplifier, orother device requires shielding, clamp the cable as shown below. Theclamp both supports and shields the cable. Use this clamp to ensure stableoperation of the system.Partially peel out the shea...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION49ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇControl unitGround plateMetal fittings for clampShield coverMachine sideinstallationboardFig. 3.5.5 (b) Cable clamp (2)Prepare ground plate like the following figure.Mount screw holeHole for securing m...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/035012mm20mm8mmGroundplateFig. 3.5.5 (d) Ground plate holes(Reference) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clamp.17mm28mm6mmMax. 55mmFig. 3.5.5 (e) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clampOrdering specification for metal fittings for clamp A02B–0124–K001 (8 p...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION51To 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, assure protection from all surges due to lightening.The ...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/0352(1) For a better surge absorbing effect, the wiring shown by heavy linemust be as short as possible.Wire Size:The wire diameter must be 2 mm2 or greater.Wire length:The sum of the length (a) of the wire for theconnection of surge–absorbing element 1 andthat (b) of...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION53The control unit has a built–in fan motor.Air enters the control unit through the bottom and is drawn through thefan motor which is located on the top of the control unit.Space (A), shown in Fig. 3.6.1, must be provided to ensure unrestrictedair flow. Also, space...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63523EN/0354The control unit is equipped with a fan motor.Air is fed into the bottom of the unit and output from the fan motormounted on the top of the unit.The spaces shown in Fig. 3.6.2 (areas (A) and (B)) are always required toensure smooth air flow.Also, adequate service ac...

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    B–63523EN/033. INSTALLATION55For the cabling diagram, see the control unit configuration andcomponent names in Section 1.1.The cabinet and pendant box that house a display and a operator’s panelthat are to be designed and manufactured by the machine tool builder aresusceptible to dust, cuttin...

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    4. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONB–63523EN/03564 POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION

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    B–63523EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION57This section explains the connection of power supply for i Series controlunit.4.1GENERAL

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    4. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONB–63523EN/0358Supply power (24VDC) to the control uint of i series CNC from anexternal sources.Provide ON/OFF circuit A for turning the AC power on and off orON/OFF circuit B for turning 24 VDC on and off outside the unit asshown in Fig. 4.2.1 (a). It is recommended t...

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    B–63523EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION59For example, “ON/OFF circuit” is as follows : (Fig.4.2.1 (b) ) Select the circuit devices, in consideration of its capacity.+24V+24V0V0VRY1ry1ry1ONCOMOFFDC INPUT24 VOUTPUT 24 VDCThe power rating is thesum of power requirementson the load side.POWER ON...

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    4. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONB–63523EN/0360Specifications of recommended external 24 VDC power supply(regulated power supply): (The power supply must satisfy UL1950.)Output voltage: +24 V (10% (21.6 V to 26.4 V)(including ripple voltage and noise. See the figurebelow.)Output current:The continu...

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    B–63523EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION61When the vertical axis exists, select the DC power supply that has a long voltagehold time to decrease the amount of vertical axis falling during power–off(including a power failure).If the operating voltage drops to less than or equal to 21.6V, the CNC...

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    4. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONB–63523EN/0362Example 2AC inputRegulatedpowersupplyCNC unitDevice withlarge rushcurrentFor a circuit configuration in 2, connect another regulated power supplyto be specifically used for the device with remarkable load fluctuationsso that the CNC and other units are no...

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    B–63523EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION63The following circuit configuration is recommended.The power to the CNC and other units (FANUC I/O Unit MODEL A (I/OUnit–A), FANUC Servo Unit (Series with an I/O link (β amplifier withan I/O link), and so on in the sample configuration below) is assume...

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    4. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONB–63523EN/0364As for a CNC display unit with PC functions, no specific power turn–onsequence for the CNC control unit is required.D If the power only to the control unit of the CNC is turned on withoutturning the power to the CNC display unit with PC functions on, th...

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    B–63523EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION65Supply power to the control unit from external resouce.The brackets in the figures are the stand–alone type connector name.+24V (1)0V (2)CP1Cablei series control unitExternal power0V13+24V224VDC stabilizedpower 24VDC"10%AMP Japan1–178288–3 (hou...

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    4. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONB–63523EN/0366In a system using the i Series CNC, batteries are used as follows:UseComponent connected tobatteryMemory backup in the CNC control unitCNC control unitBIOS data backup in the CNC display unit withPC functionsCNC display unit with PCfunctionsPreservation o...

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    B–63523EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION67(1) Prepare a new lithium battery (ordering drawing number:A02B–0200–K102).(2) Turn the i Series on for about 30 seconds.(3) Turn the i Series off.(4) (LCD–mounted type i Series CNC)Remove the old battery from the top of the CNC control unit.First u...

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    4. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONB–63523EN/0368Claw holding the batteryLithium batteryBattery connector(Stand–alone type i Series CNC)WARNINGIncorrect battery replacement may cause an explosion. Donot use a battery other than that specified (specification:A02B–0200–K102).

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    B–63523EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION69(1) Prepare two new alkaline dry cells (size D).(2) Leave the power to the i Series CNC turned on for 30 seconds or so.(3) Turn the i Series 16i/18i/160i/180i off.(4) Remove the battery case cover.(5) Replace the batteries, paying careful attention to the...

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    4. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONB–63523EN/0370Power 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 batte...

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    B–63523EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION71If the voltage of a battery drops, the screen on the LCD flashes. (If a fanalarm is issued, the screen on the LCD also flashes.) If this status occurs,replace the battery as soon as possible (within 1 week). FANUCrecommends that each battery be replace...

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    4. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONB–63523EN/0372Lithium batteryA02B–0200–K102Connector(BAT1)Battery holderFig.4.4.2 Battery replacementOne battery unit can maintain current position data for six absolute pulsecoders for a year.When the voltage of the battery becomes low, APC alarms 3n6 to 3n8 (n:a...

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    B–63523EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION73Obtain four commercially available alkaline batteries (size D).(1) Turn on the power to the machine (i Series CNC).(2) Loosen the screws of the battery case, and remove the cover.(3) Replace the dry batteries in the case.Note the polarity of the batteries...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03745 CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS75“MDI unit” is the generic name used to refer to a manual data input device.It has a keyboard and is used to input CNC data such as programs andparameters into the CNC.A standard MDI unit is available for each of the i Series models withpersonal ...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/0376CK1MDICA55MDI cableMDI unitSoft key flexible cableIncluded in the main unitCN25.1.2Connection to the MDIUnit (LCD–mountedType)

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS77Japan Aviation ElectronicsLY10–DC20 (Housing)LY10–C2–3 (Contact)A02B–0236–K303*COM1120CNCJAELY20–20P–DTI–PPCA55CA55*KEY04*KEY02*KEY00*KEY03*KEY01321BA*KEY05*KEY064*KEY07*COM005*COM01*COM026*COM03*COM047*COM068 *COM05*COM07*COM089*COM...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/0378English displaySymbol display5.1.4Key Layout ofSeparate–type MDICompact keys for latheseries (T series)

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS79English display Symbol displayCompact keys formachine center series (M series)

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/0380English display Symbol displayStandard keys for latheseries (T series)

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS81English display Symbol displayCompact keys formachining center series(M series)

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/0382The 61–key MDI unit can be used, in addition to the conventional MDIunits (small MDI unit and standard MDI unit). On this 61–key MDI unit,the alphabetic keys are each assigned to a single letter, and are arrangedin alphabetical order.(1) Connec...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS83With the stand–alone type i Series CNC (except CNC with the PCfunctions), the following display/MDI units can be connected:24VDCLCD UnitMDI UnitControlunitConnection with a 10.4″ LCD unit or 9.5″ LCD unit24VDCVIDEO24VDCLCD UnitMDI UnitControlu...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/038424VDCMDI UnitControlunitConnection with an CNC display unit with PC functionsCNC displayunit with PCfunctionsFA full keyboardExternal powersupply24 VDC ±10%COP20ACOP20BCP1ACP1BCA55CK1LCD UnitMDI UnitControl unitOptical fiber cable5.2.2Connection wi...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS85An optical fiber cable is used to make the connection between the CNCcontrol unit and 10.4″ unit or 9.5″ LCD unit. For details of the opticalfiber cable, see Appendix D.Feed power to the LCD unit from an external 24 VDC power supply.CP1ACP1AAMP...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/0386For the connection between the connector (CA55) of the LCD unit andthat (CK1) of the MDI unit, see Section 5.1.3. With the LCD–mountedtype i Series CNC, the connector (CA55) is located on the CNC controlunit at the back of the LCD. With the stan...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS87JD45JD13CPD1CPD2JA1CK2JA1CP5External powersupply24 VDC ±10%Control unitFlat cable for the soft keys.Included in the LCD unit.Cable length: About 50 cmLCD unitLCD video cablePower cableWith an LCD/MDI integration unit, the wiring of the flat cable ...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03881RXD2*RXD3TXD4*TXD11 0V12 0V13 RXTM114 RXTM2567815 TXTM116 TXTM217189101920i Series CNCJD45(PCR–EV20MDT)JD13(PCR–EV20MDT)Recommended wire:A66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG × 10 pairs)Recommended connector:PCR–E20FS or PCR–E20FAHousing: PCR–...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS89Feed power to the MDI unit from an external 24 VDC power supply.1+24V20V3CPD1(AMP)12+24V+24VDC ±10%0V0VCPD1FGMDI unitExternal power supply+24 VDC power supply(regulated power supply)+24 VDC ±10%AMP Japan1–178288–3 (housing)1–175218–5 (cont...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/0390With an LCD/MDI integration unit, the video connection to the LCD unitis made inside the unit, so that the machine tool builder need not make anyconnections.0V1VDR20V3VDG40V1112 VSYNC1314 0V5VDB60V78(DTC)1516 0V1718 HSYNC910 (+24V)19 (+24V)20JA1(PCR...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS91Example where one FS18i and two Power Mate i’s are connectedFS18i–TA#0JD45J45JD41JD41BJD41A24VPower Mate i#1JD45J45JD41JD41BJD41A24VPower Mate i#2JD45J45JD41JD41BJD41A24V24V#0#2#1J45J47JN1Machine controlpanel selectorswitchLCD/MDI UNITA02B–016...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03921RXD2*RXD3TXD4*TXD11 0V12 0V13 (RXTM1)14 (RXTM2)5(RXALM)6(*RXALM)7(TXALM)8(*TXALM)15 (TXTM1)16 (TXTM2)17 (COMMA)18 (*COMMA)9(ATCH1)101920 (ATCH2)Power Mate, i series CNCJD41 [JD45](PCR–EV20MDT)JD41(PCR–EV20MDT)Cable wiring (J45)Recommended wire ...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS93Separate type MDI unit1*SEL020V3*SEL140V11*SEL4120V13*SEL5140V5*SEL260V7*SEL380V15*SEL6160V17*SEL7180V9101920CRT/MDI unitJN1(PCR-EV20MDT)Unit No. selector switchJ47Machine control panelCable wiring (J47)135711131517*SEL0*SEL1*SEL2*SEL3*SEL4*SEL5*SEL...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/0394Recommended wire material specifications:A66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG10 pair)Recommended connector:PCR–E20FS or PCR–E20FAHousingPCR–V20LAMax. line length 10mRelationship between selector switch : Switch openf : Switch closed–: Either OKUni...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS95608545JD41BJD41JD41AIn mmFig. 5.2.4 (a) Display link adaptor1) Mounting to the DIN rail3525In mmFig. 5.2.4 (b) Recommended DIN rail2) Mounting with screws11.62–M470In mmFig. 5.2.4 (c) Sheet metal hole drilling diagram

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/0396The detachable 7.2″ LCD/MDI unit is a 7.2″ LCD/MDI unit housed in aportable dustproof case. The unit can be connected/disconnected whilethe power is turned on.CabinetConnectorpanelControl unitConnectionpanelDetachable LCD/MDI unitExternal power...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS97(a) The total length of the cables (J127, J128, and J143) between thedetachable LCD/MDI unit and control unit must not exceed 50 m.(b) The cables J127, J128, and J132 also serve as the 24 VDC powerline for the detachable LCD/MDI unit. On the 24 VDC...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03982) Details of the cable J127 FGCA5004030201*TXD TXD *RXDRXD J127100908070605+24V +24VFG161514131211ATCH2201918170V0V *RXDCA500103020409101516#24AWG192005ATCH1 FG TXD*TXD+24V+24V(*1) ATCH1(*1) ATCH2 0V 0V RXD*RXD TXD*TXD+24V+24V 0V 0VRXDD...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS993) Details of the cable J126 RXD*RXD TXD*TXDRXTM1RXTM2TXTM1TXTM20V0VJD45 (PCR–EV20MDT)01RXD110V02*RXD120VJ14303TXD1304*TXD14051506160717081809191020 RXD*RXD TXD*TXD0V0VJD410102i Series CNC03041112TXTM1TXTM2RXTM2RXTM113141516i Series CNCFANUC speci...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/031004) Details of the cable J128 RXTP*RXTP TXTP*TXTP+24V+24V 0V 0V FG RXTP*RXTP TXTP*TXTP+24V+24V 0V 0VConnection panelConnector panelPairPair(*2)(*3)ShieldWire:wire ³ A66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG × 10 pairs): Oki Electric Cable Co., Ltd., Hitachi...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS1015) Details of the J132 cableJ132DC24V0V+24V 0VExternal power supplyDC24VConnector panelCable connection (J132)External power supplyConnector panel

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03102This section describes the connection of an MDI unit with an CNC displayunit with PC functions. For other CNC display unit with PC functionsconnections, see Chapter 8.24VDCJD45CK1CK2Connection with an CNC display unit with PC functionsThis section...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS103:KEY03:KEY01:KEY05:COM01:KEY07:COM03:COM05:COM07:COM11:COM0911131214161518171920:KEY02:KEY00:KEY04:COM00:KEY06:COM02:COM04:COM06:COM10:COM08JD4501030204060508070910(01):KEY00(02):KEY02(03):KEY04(04):KEY06(05):COM00(06):COM02(07):COM04(08):COM06(09)...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03104An input/output device is used to enter information such as CNCprograms and parameters from an external device to the CNC, or to outputinformation from the CNC to an external device.The input/output devices usable with the i Series CNC include Hand...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS105Port nameInterface locationSecond channel on the CNCdisplay unit with PC functionsside (JD46)On the CNC display unit with PCfunctionsSerial port dedicated to a touchpanelOn the 10.4″ LCD unit or 9.5″ LCDunit for a CNC with a touch panel(*3)NOTE...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03106R232–2JD36BR232–1JD36APunch panelHandy File(LCD–mounted type)NOTEThis interface is the RS–232C interface on the CNC side. When using the CNC display unit withPC functions, usually use the RS–232C interface on the personal computer for pa...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS107ER+24V141615171918202221232524SDFGRDCSRSDRSGCD132465798101211130VSDERRS0V0V+24V111312141615181719200VRDDRCS0V0VCD0V+24V13246587910CNCu(+5V)(+5V)JD36A, JD36BPCR–E20MDK–SL–A(JD5A, JD5BPCR–EV20MDT)RELAY CONNECTOR(DBM–25S)utNOTE1 +24 V can be...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03108365822047251RDDRCSCDSDERRSSG+24VRD0VDR0VCS0VCD0V+24VSD0VER0VRS0V+24VGNDFGRECOMMENDED CABLE SPECIFICATIONA66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG 10 pairs)RECOMMENDED CABLE–SIDE CONNECTORS (JD36A, JD36B, JD5A, JD5B)PCR–E20FA (Honda Tsushin Kogyo Co., Lt...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS109Generally signals as follows are used in RS–232–C interface.CNCSD (Send data)RD (Recieve data)RS (Request to Send)CS (Enable to send)ER (Ready)DR (Data set ready)CD (Check data)SG (Signal ground)FG (Frame ground)When CS is not usedshort CS and ...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03110SignalnameRS–232Ccircuit numberI/ODescriptionSD103Output Sending dataStart bitStop bitRD104InputReceivingdataONOFF4(When ISO code “0” is sent)1238567RS105InputSending requestThis signal is set to on when NC startssending data and is turned of...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS111Generally, two transmission methods are available at the serial interface.i Series CNC use the start–stop method. With this method, start and stopsignals are output before and after each data bit.One character in start–stopb1b2b3b4b5b6b7b8Start...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03112Table 5.3.4ISO codeEIA codeCharacter87654321Character87654321Meaning0ffF0fFNumeral 01fffFf1FfNumeral 12fffFf2FfNumeral 23ffFff3fFffNumeral 34fffFf4FfNumeral 45ffFff5fFffNumeral 56ffFff6fFffNumeral 67fffFfff7FfffNumeral 78ffffF8fFNumeral 89fffFf9ffF...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS113NOTE1 When the external device is equipped with an ISO/EIAconverter, the following items must be noted in Table 5.3.4(a).ISO code (.......................)EIA code (.......................)Control out (Comment field start)CRLFControl in (Comment fi...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03114(1) NC outputs DC1.(2) The external device starts sending data upon receiving DC1.(3) NC sends DC3 when NC processing is delayed.(4) The external device stops sending data to NC after receiving DC3.The device may send up to 10 characters after rece...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS115(1) NC output DC2.(2) NC outputs punch data in succession.(3) When data processing is delayed at the external device.(a) Data output stops within two characters including a currentlytransmitting character when CS signal is turned off.When CS signal...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03116CNCExternal device sideSDRDRSCSERDRCDSGFGSDRDRSCSERDRCDSGFGConnection betweenRS–232–C interface andexternal device

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS117D The cable for connecting the PG–Mate to the NC should be connectedas shown in the below diagram.CNCExternal device sideSDRDRSCSERDRCDSGFGSDRDRSCSERDRCDSGFGPrepare the cable with I/O device as follows :DRSerial interfaceCable : twist 10 pairs 0...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03118+24V0VSDERRS0V0V111312141615181719200VRDDRCS0V0VCD0V+24VJD36A, JD36B(PCR–E20MDK–SL–A)(JD5A, JD5B, PCR–EV20MDT)13246587910Relaying connectorConnector: DBM–25S (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.)Lock metal: D20418–J9 (Japan Aviation El...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS119High–speed skip (HDI)JA40SwitchThis figure shows anexample of connecting aLCD–mounted type iSeries CNC.5.4CONNECTING THEHIGH–SPEED SKIP(HDI)5.4.1General

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03120CNCPCR–E20MDK–SL–A(PCR–EV20MDT)JA400VHDI03214(ES)56(SVC)7(ENB1)8(ENB2)91013121114151617181920Signals inside ( ) are used with the analog spindle.NOTE1 The upper connector specification of JA40 is for theLCD–mounted type i Series CNC. Th...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS121Recommended cable connector:PCR–E20FA (Honda Tsushin Kogyo)FI30–20S (Hirose Electric)FCN–247J020–G/E (Fujitsu)52622–2011 (Molex Japan)HDI00VHDI10VHDI20VHDI30VHDI40VHDI50VHDI60VHDI70V12111234131465 or 1015161718192078910JA40The 0V signal o...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03122CNCVH/VLDRIVERSHIELDFILTERliL/liHRECEIVERAbsolute maximum ratingInput voltage range Vin: –3.6 to +13.6 VInput characteristicsUnitSymbolSpecificationUnitRemarkHigh level input voltageVH3.6 to 11.6VLow level input voltageVL0 to 1.0VHigh level inpu...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS123CAUTIONBefore attaching or removing cables, power off the CNCmain unit, and confirm that the power is off.Ask the respective manufacturers for explanations abouthow to build a network and about conditions for using units(such as a media converter, ...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03124An Ethernet cable should be fixed with a clamp or the like so that pullingit will not cause tension to be applied to the connector (RJ–45) at the endof the cable. The clamp not only fixes the cable but also grounds the shieldof the cable.Control...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS125The connectors of a cable for connecting between the 10BASE–T/100BASE–TX interface (CD38A) and the hub have the pin arrangementshown below.CD38A1TX+2TX–3RX+456RX–78RJ–45 modular jackMax. 100mHUB1TX+2TX–3RX+456RX–78TX+TX–RX+RX–1236...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03126Many cables without a shield (UTP cables) are commercially available astwisted pair cables conforming to 10BASE–T or 100BASE–TX. Toimprove noise immunity in factory automation environments, however,be sure to use twisted pair cables (STP cable...

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    B–63523EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS127About cable assembliesOki Electric Cable Co., Ltd. can offer a cable assembly that uses theTM21CP–88P(03) connector made by Hirose Electric Co., Ltd. Toget this cable assembly, negotiate directly with the manufacturer on itsspecifications (cable...

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    5. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63523EN/03128[Large–scale network][Small–scale network](*1)PC and backbone cable sidePower supply for the HUBHUBElectrical separation byconnection with10BASE–T/100BASE–TXMachine system sideSTP cableSTP cableMachine(*1)(*1)(*1)PC(*1)STP cablePower supply...

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    B–63523EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION1296 SPINDLE CONNECTION

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    6. SPINDLE CONNECTIONB–63523EN/03130The figure below shows the spindle–related connections. Note that thenumber of connectable spindles depends on the model, the number of paths,and the configuration. So, see the tables that follow the figure below.JA41JA40JA41JA40CNCmain boardCNC sub–CPU...

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    B–63523EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION131For one–path control with Series 16iFirst serialspindle on mainboardSecond serialspindle on mainboardThird serialspindle on mainboardFourth serialspindle on mainboardAnalog outputon main boardPosition coder(for analogspindle)fffffffffFor two–path control ...

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    6. SPINDLE CONNECTIONB–63523EN/03132For three–path control using two CPUs with Series 16i(The interface on the main board is used by path 1.)First serialspindle on mainboardSecond serialspindle on mainboardThird serialspindle on mainboardFourth serialspindle on mainboardAnalog outputon main b...

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    B–63523EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION133(Path 2)First serialspindle on sub–CPU boardSecond serialspindle on sub–CPU boardThird serialspindle on sub–CPU boardFourth serialspindle on sub–CPU boardAnalog outputon sub–CPUboardPosition coder(for analogspindle)ffffffffFor two–path control usi...

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    6. SPINDLE CONNECTIONB–63523EN/031341113121416151817192014SOUT111312161518171920*SIN[ ]JA7B(PCR–E20MDT)0V0V0VSIN*SOUT[ ]13246587910CNCJA41 (main board,sub–CPU board)PCR–E20MDK–SL–A(PCR–EV20MDT)Spindle amplifier module0V0V0V0V0V0V*SINSIN*SOUT13246587910SOUT[ ][ ...

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    B–63523EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION13513412,14,161Connector JA7B SIN *SIN SOUT *SOUTConnector JA41 SOUT *SOUT SIN *SIN Cable connectionCNCSpindleamplifiermodule34212,14,162Ground plateGround plateRecommended cable connector:PCR–E20FA (manufactured by Honda Tsushin Kogyo)FI30–20S (manufactured...

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    6. SPINDLE CONNECTIONB–63523EN/03136With the Series 16i and 18i, three or four serial spindles can be connectedusing the serial spindle connector panel described below.Serial spindle connector panel specification: A13B–0180–B001Outside dimensions of the serial spindle connector panelThe ou...

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    B–63523EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION137Connection diagram(Connection diagram when only electrical cables are used)CNCJA41JA7A–1JA48JA7A–2SPMJA7BJA7ASPMJA7BJA7AJA7BJA7ASPMJA7BJA7ASPMInterconnection cable 1Serial spindle connector panelInterconnection cable 2Interconnection cable 2(Connection di...

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    6. SPINDLE CONNECTIONB–63523EN/03138(Cable connections when only electrical cables are used)Cable connection between the CNC and serial spindle connector panel(Interconnection cable 1)15*SOUTA 14(+5V)0VSINA*SINASOUTASOUTBJA48(PCR–E20MDT)0V0V0V1113121618171920SINA*SOUTB13246587910CNC (motherbo...

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    B–63523EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION139123415171910121416SOUTA*SOUTASINA*SINASOUTB*SOUTBSINB*SINB0V0V0VSINA*SINASOUTA*SOUTASINB*SINBSOUTB*SOUTB0V0V0VGround plateShieldJA41Cable connectionJA48341215171910121416Recommended cable connector:PCR–E20FA (manufactured by Honda Tsushin Kogyo)FI30–20S (...

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    6. SPINDLE CONNECTIONB–63523EN/03140Cable connection between the serial spindle connector panel and a spindleamplifier(Interconnection cable 2):SINSOUT7:SINSOUTJA7B(PCR–EV20MDT)0V0V0V1920SIN:SOUT13246587910Serial spindle connector panelJA7A–1, 2(PCR–E20MD)α spindle amplifier module0V0V0V...

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    B–63523EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION141(Cable connections when optical cables are used)Cable connection between the CNC and serial spindle connector panel(Interconnection cable 3)0V+5V0VSINA:SINASOUTASOUTBJA48(PCR–E20MDT)0V0V0V11131214161518171920SINA:SOUTA:SOUTB13246587910CNC (motherboard, sub...

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    6. SPINDLE CONNECTIONB–63523EN/0314212341517191091820121416SOUTA*SOUTASINA*SINASOUTB*SOUTBSINB*SINB+5V+5V+5V0V0V0VSINA*SINASOUTA*SOUTASINB*SINBSOUTB*SOUTB+5V+5V+5V0V0V0VGround plateShieldJA41Cable connectionJA4834121517191091820121416Recommended cable connector:PCR–E20FA (manufactured by Hond...

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    B–63523EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION143(Cable connection between the serial spindle connector panel and anoptical I/O link adapter)(Interconnection cable 4):SINSOUT:SOUT:SOUT+5V:SINSOUTJD1(PCR–E20LMDT)0V0V0V11131214161518171920SIN13246587910Serial spindle connector panelJA7A–1, 2(PCR–E20MD)O...

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    6. SPINDLE CONNECTIONB–63523EN/0314489SVC, ESENB1, ENB2Spindle command voltage and common lineSpindle enable signal (Note 1)132ES465SVC87ENB19 ENB21011131214161518171920CNCJA40(Main board, Sub CPU board)PCR–E20MDK–SL–A(PCR–EV20MDT)75DA2ESVCESENB1ENB2Signal NameDescriptionCABLE CONNECTIO...

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    B–63523EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION1452()13()()PA465:PAPB87:PB9 +5V100V11131214160V150V1817+5V+5V1920CNCJA41(Main board, Sub CPU board)(PCR–E20MDK–SL–A)PA,:PASOUT,:SOUTSIN,:SIN567815179,18,2012,14,16A(PA)N(:PA)C (PB)R(:PB)B(:PZ)P(:PZ)HKPA:PAPB:PBSC:SC+5V0VCNCPB,:PBSC:SCSignal NameDescriptio...

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    7. SERVO INTERFACEB–63523EN/031467 SERVO INTERFACE

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    B–63523EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE147Control unitConnection of FSSBThis figure is an example of connectingto an i Series CNC with a LCD–mountedtype panel.COP10A-1COP10A-27.1CONNECTION TOTHE SERVOAMPLIFIERS

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    7. SERVO INTERFACEB–63523EN/03148This chapter describes how to connect the servo units to the i series CNC.For details of the connection of the Servo amplifier αi series, refer to theServo Amplifier αi series descriptions (B–65282EN).COP10ACOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10ACon...

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    B–63523EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE149Servo amplifier moduleUp to 8 axes for the 16i/160i/160isUp to 6 axes for the 18i/180i/180isUp to 4 axes for the 21i/210i/210isControl unitCable length limitWithin 100m between unitsWithin 500m in totalCOP10A–1COP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10ACO...

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    7. SERVO INTERFACEB–63523EN/03150CP11AServo amplifier moduleControl unit or the previous–stage servoamplifier moduleSeparate detector in-terface unitLinear scaleThis figure is an example of connecting the I/O Link toan i Series CNC with a LCD–mounted type panel.7.1.3Separate DetectorInterface

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    B–63523EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE151COP10BCOP10ACP11ACNF1Servo amplifier moduleOptical fiber cableOptical fiber cableSeparate detector interface unit 1DC24VCNCCOP10BCOP10AÂÂÂÂÂÂLinear scale axis 1Battery for absoluteseparate detectorServo cardCOP10A|||Linear scale axis 2ÂÂÂÂCOP10BCOP10A...

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    7. SERVO INTERFACEB–63523EN/03152Usually, the separate detector corresponding to a servo motor for each ofthe first to eighth axes is connected to each of separate detector interfacesJF101 to JF108. If necessary, the controlled axis numbers correspondingto JF101 to JF108 can be changed. For e...

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    B–63523EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE1531PCA2*PCA3PCB4*PCB11120V13140V5PCZ6*PCZ7(+6V)8(REQ)15160V1718+5V9+5V19JF101 to JF108(PCR–EV20MDT)1020+5VSeparate detector interface unitSHIELDGROUNDING PLATECable wiringLinear scale12PCA*PCAPCA*PCA34PCB*PCBPCB*PCB56PCZ*PCZPCZ*PCZ918+5V+5V+5V+5V2012+5V0V+5V0V14...

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    7. SERVO INTERFACEB–63523EN/03154NOTEThe +5V signals above can be used to feed power to linearscales. The supply current per linear scale is 0.35 Amaximum.Minimum tolerance to 5 V: 4.95 V for main unit and 4.9 Vfor expanded section7.1.7Stand–alone TypePulse Coder InterfaceD For absolute det...

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    B–63523EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE155NOTEThe +5V signals above can be used to feed power to linearscales. The supply current per linear scale is 0.35 Amaximum.Minimum tolerance to 5 V: 4.95 V for main unit and 4.9 Vfor expanded section(Parallel interface)D For incremental detector1PCA2*PCA3PCB4*P...

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    7. SERVO INTERFACEB–63523EN/03156NOTE1 The +5V signals above can be used to feed power to linearscales. The supply current per linear scale is 0.35 Amaximum. Minimum tolerance to 5 V: 4.95 V for main unit and 4.9 Vfor expanded section2 When the FS21i/FS210i is using the 9090 or 9096 seriesse...

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    B–63523EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE157The standard of the feedback signal from the additional detector is asshown below.(1) A and B phase signal inputThis is a method to input position information by the mutual 90 degreephase slip of A and B phase signals.Detection of the position is performed with ...

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    7. SERVO INTERFACEB–63523EN/03158Requirements for the signals at the input pins of input connectors JF101to JF104. TD y 0.15 µsecThe signals for these connectors are differential input signals with A andB phases. An important factor is time TD from point A, when thepotential difference betwe...

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    B–63523EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE159Separate detector interface unitAbsolute pulse coder battery case7.1.9Connection of Batteryfor Separate AbsoluteDetector

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    7. SERVO INTERFACEB–63523EN/03160010302040605+6V0807091011131214161518171920JA4A(PCR–EV20MDT)+6V0V+–0VSeparate detector interface unitBattery case(M3 terminal)JA4A+6V0V+6V0V+–73CABLE CONNECTIONRECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL:y0.2 mm2 (7/0.18)Battery caseRecommended connectors:PCR–E20FA (Hond...

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    B–63523EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE161A flat cable is used to make a connection between the basic unit andexpansion unit as shown below.A flat cable not longer than 100 mm must be used.CNF2CNF1Units viewed from topBasic unitExpansion unitMarkingMountingsurfaceB markB markPlace an order on a flat cab...

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    7. SERVO INTERFACEB–63523EN/03162Connector locations on the basic unitConnector locations on the expansion unitFor the outside dimensions, see Appendix A.7.1.11Connector Locations

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    B–63523EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE1631) Notes on installation(1) Use an interface unit in a completely enclosed cabinet.(2) Install an interface unit on a vertical surface, and provide a spaceof 100 mm above and below the unit. Below an interface unit, donot place equipment that generates a large ...

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    7. SERVO INTERFACEB–63523EN/03164CAUTIONTo install/remove the unit, a screwdriver must be insertedobliquely. So, sufficient access clearances are required onboth sides of the unit. As a guideline, if the front of anadjacent unit appears flush with the unit or slightly set back,allow a clearan...

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    B–63523EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE165Installing the unit on the DIN railInstalling the uniton the DIN railRemovingthe unit fromthe DIN railDIN railDIN railInstalling the unit:1. Hook the unit on the top of the DIN rail.2. Push the unit in until it clicks.Removing the unit:1. Push down the lock by u...

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    7. SERVO INTERFACEB–63523EN/03166The servo check connectors used with the i Series (MODEL B) are notcompatible with the i Series (MODEL A). So, to connect the servo checkboard (board unit: A16B–1600–0320) or interface board for automaticadjustment (board unit: A16B–2300–0170 or A20B–...

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    B–63523EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE167Axis signal outputTEST01/2TEST13/4TEST25/6TEST37/8TESTA1/2/3/4TESTB5/6/7/8ConnectorConnectorControlled axisnumber(*1)Controlled axisnumber(*1)(*1) The correspondence between the controlled axis numbers and servoaxis numbers depends on the setting of parameter No...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/031688 CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS169The CNC display unit with PC functions is on an IBM PC compatiblepanel computer. Connecting the CNC display unit with PC functions toan i Series CNC system via a high–speed optical fiber (high–speed serialbus) provides the system with per...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03170Connection with the CNC display unit with PC functionsÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS1718.4GENERALCONNECTIONDIAGRAMS8.4.1CNC Display Unit withPC Functions HavingNeither Soft Keys nor aTouch Panel

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03172*1 These devices can be used only during application development. These cannot be installed in the control unit.*2 A 3.5”HDD unit with a FAN unit must be mounted on the backside of a FA Full Keyboard. !!"##$HDD FAN (CN7)(CNH3)HDD POWER ...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS173%%%%%%%%&&&&%%%%%%%%&&&&’’’’(((())))****++++,,--##*1 These devices can be used only during application development. These cannot be installed in the control unit.*2 A 3.5”HDD unit with a FAN unit must ...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03174,,,,,,,,,,----,,,,--....//001%%++++22)’’CNC ControlPOWER SUPPLYHSSB I/F BOARD HSSB(COP7)THE OTHER PCB MDI(JA2): Optical link Module & Cable: AMP(Dynamic): AMP(mini–DIN6pins): HONDA TSUSHIN (PCR 20pins): HIROSE DENKI(Flat Cable34pins)...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS175%%%%%%%%%%%%&&&&%%%%%%%%&&&&’’(())**++++++++2222))))’’CNC Control UnitPOWER SUPPLYHSSB I/F BOARD HSSB(COP7)THE OTHER PCB MDI(JA2): Optical link Module & Cable: AMP(Dynamic): AMP(mini–DIN6pins): HON...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03176When 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.Am...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS177Some development or maintenance options may not satisfy the abovespecifications.*3 Measure for Noise :Please measure for noise sufficiently referring to Subsec 3.5.4.(1) Input power(a) SpecificationTo use the CNC display unit with PC functions...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03178NOTEAbove power consumption is reference. If peripherals areconnected or PCI extended boards are mounted, the powerconsumption will increase. Also, please consider thecabinet design and the cooling method which is mostsuitable to the total pow...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS179The 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 removingCNC display unit with PC functions from the machine panel, th...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03180BatteryFuse3333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333332033333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333357X60CABCBARefer to APPENDIX about outline dimensions of the b...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS181The HDD unit is mounted on the backside of the MDI or the FAFull–Keyboard.Reserve space C in the above figure.And reserve space for connecting cables of HDD signal, HDD power,FAN power , and MDI/FA full keyboard signal too.The HDD unit itsel...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03182Soft–key(Connector to sparateMDI)See 8.7.10.PCMCIACard slot(Display side)NumberConnector NameFunctionCP5+24V INPUTMain Power InputJD33232–1Serial Port 1JD46232–2Serial Port 2 +USBJD9CENTROParallel PortCOP7HSSBHSSBCD32BMOUSEMouseCD32AKEY ...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS183123CNC display unit with PC functionsCP5+24V0V+24 VDC inputAMP2–178288–3 (CASE)1–175218–5 (CONTACT)(1) Cable connection12+24V0V+24V0V(2) Recommended cable conductorUse a cable whose conductor is not smaller than A10G16 (1.3 mm2).NOTETh...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/0318410V2DENSEL30V450V670V8:INDEX90V10:DS0110V12:DS1130V14(RES)150V16:MTR0N170V18:DIR190V20:STEP210V22:WDATA230V24:WE250V26:TRK0270V28:WPRT290V30:RDATA310V32HDSEL330V34:DSKCH10V2DENSEL30V450V670V8:INDEX90V10:MT0110V12:DS1130V14:DS0150V16:MT1170V18:...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS185(1) Cable connection0VDENSEL0V(NC)0V(NC)0V*INDEX0V*MT00V*DS10V*DS00V*MT10V*DIR0V*STEP0V*WDATA0V*WE0V*TRK00V*WPRT0V*RDATA0VHDSEL0V*DSKCH0VDENSEL0V(NC)0V(NC)0V*INDEX0V*0S00V*DS10V(RES)0V*MTRON0V*DIR0V*STEP0V*WDATA0V*WE0V*TRK00V*WPRT0V*RDATA0VHDS...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03186When using this unit on the machine, observe the following cautions:(1) DustBecause the CNC display unit with PC functions is not covered withpanels, except for the front door section, it must be enclosed in a sealedcabinet. While the door is...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS187HSSB interface board (CNC side)COP7Optical fiberCOP7CNC display unit with PC functions1) Recommended cables (optical fiber cables)A66L–6001–0026#L1R003: Cable length = 1 mA66L–6001–0026#L3R003: Cable length = 3 mA66L–6001–0026#L5...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03188NOTE1 The high–speed serial bus cannot use an optical fiber cabledesigned for the FANUC I/O link, FSSB extension line, orserial spindle.2 Machine tool builders cannot cut or extend optical fibercables. Select an appropriate type from the ab...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS189A02B–0236–C132#EC : FA Full Keyboard (English) for 12.1” LCD typeA08B–0082–C150#JC : FA Full Keyboard (Japanese) for 15.0” LCD typeA08B–0082–C150#EC : FA Full Keyboard (English) for 15.0” LCD typeA08B–0082–C151#JC : FA Fu...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03190CNC display unit with PC functionsMouse (commercial model)Alternatively, FA typewriter–style keyboardMouse (commercial model)CD32B(mini DIN6)1) Recommended mouseA86L–0001–0212Standard PS/2 mouse (commercial model). . . . . for developmen...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS1911STD011:STB2STD1120V3STD213:AFD4STD3140V5STD415:INIT6STD5160V7STD617:SLIN8STD718:ACK9PE19:ERROR10SLCT20BUSYJD9(PCR–E20MD)1:STB190V2STD200V3STD1210V4STD2220V5STD3230V7STD5250V6STD4240V8STD6260V9STD7270V10:ACK 280V11BUSY290V12PE300V13SLCT31:IN...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/031928USB1–18 USB2_5V1USB1_5V41RD11 SD1FG2SD3RD4RS5CS6DR7SG8CD91011121314151617181920ER2122RI2324252USB1+33USB1–24USB1_0V11USB2_5V2USB2+3USB2–4USB2_0VJD46 (PCR–E20MD)(DBM–25S)USB port 1CNC display unit with PC functionsex.) Host Computer(...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS193NOTE1 The figure shows a sample host computer interface andUSB. Design the cable to suit the interface of the actualdevice to be connected.2 The +24V pins of the interface for CNC display unit with PCfunctions shown above can be used only with...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03194For an CNC display unit with PC functions having a touch panel, thetouch panel controller uses serial port 1. So this connector cannot be usedfor any other purpose. The touch panel controller is connected, using adedicated connector rather t...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS195NOTE1 he interface on the host computer side shown above is onlyan example. Design an interface cable according to thespecification of the host computer with which it is used.2 The +24 V lines in the interface on the CNC display unit withPC f...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03196PCMCIA card(Type I, Type II)PCMCIACard slotBack sideDoorCNC display unit with PC functionsNOTE1 Only Type I or Type II PCMCIA card is usable. The following card cannot be used.– Card–bus card– Dual mode card (Card–bus mode/PCMCIA mode)...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS1971) Cable ConnectionConnect HDD Signal cable to CNH3.Connect HDD Power cable to CN2B.Connect FAN cable to CN7.Each cables are connected to HDD unit at exfactory.2) Cable Length HDD Power Cable: 50cmHDD Signal Cable: 40cmHDD FAN Cable: 65cmCNH3...

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    8. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63523EN/03198(1) Usable boardsUp to two PCI expansion boards (shown below) can be used in CNCdisplay unit with PC functions.PCI Specification 2.1 compliant32 bits, 33 MHz, +5 VThe external dimensions of the card are shown below.Parts height of back side : ...

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    B–63523EN/038. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS199Vibration Proof FittingsPCI Extension BoardSlot 1Press DownScrew Point (B)Slot 2Screw Point (A)(3) Method of mounting PCI extension boardRefer to the specifications of PCI extension board for theenvironmental conditions for installation of it....

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/032009 CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link201The FANUC I/O Link is a serial interface which connects the CNC, cellcontroller, I/O Unit–A, or Power Mate and transfers I/O signals (bit data)at high speeds between each device. The FANUC I/O Link regards onedevice as the master and other device...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03202On i Series, the interface connector JD1A (JD44A) for I/O Link isprovided on the main board.In 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 I/O unit–A. The slavesare ...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link203I/O UNIT–AI/O LinkJD44AI/O UNIT–AJD1BDC24VControl unitThis figure is an example of connecting the I/O Link to an i SeriesCNC with a LCD–mounted type panel.

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03204:SIN13SIN2SOUT46:SOUT5879 (+5V)100V11130V120V14160V151817(+5V)(+5V)1920JD1A(PCR–E20MDK–SL–A)JD1B(PCR–E20LMD)JD1BJD1A(PCR–E20LMD)Next slaveunit:SIN13SIN2SOUT46:SOUT5879 (+5V)100V11130V120V14160V151817(+5V)(+5V)1920Control unit or preceding ...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link205The FANUC I/O Link can be extended to the maximum length of 200 mwith optical fiber cables using an optical I/O Link adapter. The length ofthe electrical cable connected to the optical conversion adapter must notexceed 2 m.In the following cases, u...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03206 Main body: Approx. 100 g.UnitConnectingcable betweenunitJD1AOptical I/Olink adapterOpticalcableUnitJD1BCOP1JD1COP1JD1Connectingcable betweenunitOptical I/Olink adapter:SIN0103SIN02SOUT0406:SOUT05080709 +5V100V11130V120V14160V151817+5V+5V19200V0VS...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link2071 Specification:A66L–6001–0009# L5R003 5 m longA66L–6001–0009# L10R03 10 m longA66L–6001–0009# L15R03 15 m long2 Cable lengthMaximum length: 200 m (standard type)Maximum length: 100 m (high–speed type)NOTEBe careful not bend optical ...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03208(a) The optical link adapter enclosure is not fully sealed ; install it withthe CNC control unit in the fully enclosed cabinet.(b) Ground the case using the case fixing screw of the optical link adapter.(c) The optical link adapter is light, and it ...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link209Two channels of FANUC I/O Link interfaces are provided. Use of twochannels allows the number of usable I/Os to be increased to 2048 for bothinputs and outputs (previously, only 1024 inputs and 1024 outputs wereusable).FANUC PMC Ladder Language Prog...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03210CNCJD44A(such as PCR–E20MDK–SL–A)1 SIN111 0V2 *SIN112 0V3 SOUT113 0V4 *SOUT1 14 0V5 SIN215 0V6 *SIN216 0V7 SOUT2178 *SOUT2 18 (+5V)9 (+5V)19 (+24V)10 (+24V)20 (+5V)I/O Link branching adapterJD44B(PCR–E20MDT)1 SIN111 0V2 *SIN112 0V3 SOUT113 0...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link211The I/O Link branching adapter can be connected to I/O units in the sameway as for the conventional FANUC I/O Link. See 9.2.1.lACNCJD44AI/O Link branchingadapterJD44BJD1A–1JD1A–2I/O unitJD1BlBThe total of lA and lB must not exceed 10 m; where l...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/0321233.9022.90JD1A–1JD44BJD1A–2604585Unit : mmAllow a clearance of about 10 cm above the adapter for connection androuting of cables.1) Installation on the DIN railUnit: mm2535Recommended DIN rail2) Screwing11.6702–M4Unit: mmDrilling on the plat...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link213Basically, the i Series can be connected to any unit that has a FANUC I/OLink slave interface. The following table lists general units that can beconnected to the i Series. Detailed descriptions of each unit are given laterin this section. For de...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03214Flat cable for module connectionI/O Link cableManual pulse generator cableBasic moduleExtension module 3Extension module 2Extension module 1 (with manual pulse generator)Direction to be used whenthe modules are connecteddirectly to the connectionpri...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link215CNCI/O UNITJD1BI/O LinkJD44ACA52CB150CA52CB150CA53CA52CB154CA53CA52CB157CA53JD1BJD1AJA3Basic module+24 V power supplyMachine side DI/DOConnector panelExtension module(with MPG (Note))Extension module 2Extension module 3MPGMPGMPGDI/DOmodule2A outputm...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03216NOTE1 Ensure that the extension module with the MPG interface is located nearest to the basicmodule, as shown in the figure. The MPG can be connected to the connector panel I/O moduleonly when the i series CNC is used. When the connector panel I/O ...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link217Ambient temperaturefor the unitOperation: 0°C to 55°CStorage and transportation: –20°C to 60°CTemperature change 1.1°C/minute maximumHumidityNormal condition: 75% (relative humidity)Short term (within one month): 95% (relative humidity)Vibr...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03218This section describes the DI/DO connector pin allocation of the basicmodule and expansion modules A and B.333435363738394041424344454647484950DOCOMDOCOM010V0V02DICOM0+24V03Xm+2.0Xm+2.104Xm+2.2Xm+2.305Xm+2.4Xm+2.506Xm+2.6Xm+2.70708091011Yn+1.0Yn+1.1...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link219This section describes the DI (input signal) connections of the basicmodule and expansion modules A and B.d A maximum of 96 points are provided (24 points per module; 1 basic module + 3 extension modules).+24VCB150(18)CB150(50)CB150(42)CB150(43)CB15...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03220RV+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+2.7Address numberBit numberCB150 (19),(20),(21)(22),(23)+24 V stabilized power supply+24V0VRVRVRVRVRVRVRVPin...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link221This section describes the DO (output signal) connections of the basicmodule and expansion modules A and B.d A maximum of 64 points are provided (16 points per module; 1 basicmodule + 3 extension modules).DOCOMCB150(01),(33)CB150(34)CB150(35)CB150(3...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03222This section describes the specifications of the DI/DO signals used withthe basic module and expansion modules A and B.DI (input signal specifications)Number of points24 points (per module)Contact rating30 VDC, 16 mA or moreLeakage current betweenco...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link223NOTEWhen DO is on in the sequence, the ON/OFF state ofDOCOM is directly reflected in the DO state as indicatedabove by the dashed box. The +24 V signal to be suppliedto the I/O module must not be turned off during operation.Otherwise, a CNC communi...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03224This section describes the 2A output connector pin allocation ofexpansion module C.01GNDA02030405060708091011Yn+1.0Yn+1.112Yn+1.2Yn+1.313Yn+1.4Yn+1.514Yn+1.6Yn+1.71516171819202122232425262728293031323334DOCOMA35363738DOCOMA3940414243Yn+0.0Yn+0.144Yn...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link225This section describes the 2A output connector connections of expansionmodule C.Address numberBit numberSolenoid,etc.24VDC9.4.92A DO (Output Signal)Connection

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03226This section describes the specifications of the 2A output DO signals usedwith expansion module C.DO (output signal specifications)Number of points32 points (per module)Maximum load currentwhen ON2 A or less per point.12 A maximum for the entire mod...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link227This section describes the analog input connector pin allocation ofexpansion module D.010203JMP20405060708091011COM1FDND112INP1JMP113INM2COM214FGND2INP21516171819202122232425INM126272829303132333435JMP43637383940414243COM3FGND344INP3JMP345INM4COM446...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03228This section provides a diagram of the analog input connectorconnections of expansion module D.Analog input moduleAnalog input modulePin numberPin numberNot connectedFor voltage inputVoltagesource(Common to all channels)(Common to all channels)For c...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link229NOTE1 In the diagram above, n represents each channel (n = 1, 2,3, 4).2 Current input or voltage input can be selected on achannel–by–channel basis. For current input, connectJMPn to INPn.3 For the connection, use a shielded twisted pair.4 In t...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03230This section describes the specifications of the analog input signals usedwith expansion module D.ItemSpecificationsRemarksNumber of inputchannels (Note)Four channelsAnalog inputDC –10 to +10 V (Input resistance: 4.7 ohms)DC –20 to +20 mA (Inpu...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link231(Digital output)This digital input module has four input channels. The digital outputsection consists of a group of 12 bits within the three–byte occupied inputpoints. The output format is indicated below.7D07Xm (even–numbered address)06D0605D...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/032327UndefinedXm+3 (odd–numbered address)D076D065D054D043D032D021D010D00Xm+4 (even–numbered address)Address in the module00CHBCHAD11D10D09D08Xm+5 (odd–numbered address)D When the analog input module is allocated in the space for expansionmodule 2 ...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link233An example in which three manual pulse generators are connected toextension module A is shown below. The manual pulse generator can beconnected only for the i series CNC.18+5V171030V0V+5V131416151920HA2HA3HB2HB3+5V465879HB10V1112HA112JA3 (PCR–E20...

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    0.2 u+0.1 R 2LmL t+mRL t+30.0394+ 76.75[m]9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03234(These cables do not include the wire shown in the above figure.)NOTEThe number of connectable manual pulse generatorsdepends on the type and option configuration.Like a pulse coder, the manual pulse generat...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link235Modules can be connected in the same way, regardless of whether you areconnecting the basic module to an extension module or connecting twoextension modules. Connect the modules by using 34–pin flat cableconnectors as shown in the figure below. ...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03236When connecting a connector panel printed circuit board directly(external module view and mounting diagram)Dimensions of connector panel printed circuit board ±0.2Board thickness 1.6 mmSquare holeNo. 1pinI/O interfaceSquareholeI/O LinkinterfaceMPG ...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link237When connecting a connector panel printed circuit board directly(mounting and dismounting a module)Mounting the module1. Insert the hook of the module into the square hole located at the upper part of the connector panelprinted circuit board.2. Usin...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03238When mounting a DIN rail (external module view and mounting diagram)Mount the DIN rail here.I/O interfaceI/O Link interfaceMPG interface (for extension module)NoteNOTERecommended connector: A02B–0098–K891 (including the following connector and ...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link239When mounting a DIN rail (mounting and dismounting a module)HookDIN railSlotted screwdriverMounting the module1. Hook the module at the upper end of the DIN rail.2. Push the stopper into the slit located at the lowerend of the rail until it clicks i...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03240When mounting a module using screws (external module view andmounting diagram)ScrewholesI/O interfaceI/O Link interfaceMPG interface (for extension module)NoteJD1AJD1BNOTERecommended connector: A02B–0098–K891 (including the following connector ...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link241If 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 turned off.Therefore, due care must be taken when setti...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03242Fixed addresses directly supervised by the CNC (for FS21i/210i)76543210X0004SKIPESKIPSKIP6–MIT2SKIP5+MIT2SKIP4–MIT1SKIP3+MIT1SKIP2ZAESKIP8XAESKIP7SKIPESKIPSKIP6SKIP5SKIP4SKIP3ZAESKIP2YAESKIP8XAESKIP7X0005X0006X0007X0008*ESPX0009*DEC4*DEC3*DEC2*D...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link243The DO driver of the Basic and Extension module A/B is capable ofdetecting an overcurrent and measuring its own temperature. If anaccident, such as the connecting of the cable to ground, causes anabnormal increase in the load current or in the driv...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03244By 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 1Expansion modu...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link245The 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 omitted.1–Set t...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03246Examples 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 module 1 is omit...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link247CNCI/O UNITJD1BI/O LinkJD44AMPGJA3CPD1(IN)CE53CE54CPD1(OUT)MPGMPGJD1BJD1A+24 V power supply+24 V power supplyMachine operator’s panelNOTEThe MPG can be connected to this operator’s panel I/O module only when the i series CNCis used. When the op...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03248Connectors that cannot be used on the cable sideSpecificationManufacturerConnectorFI–20–CV7Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.Connector case and connector FI30–20S–CV7Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.Provide the CPD1 (IN) connector, shown below, with the powe...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link249010V0VCE5302N.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+2.518Yn+2.6Yn+2.719KYD...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03250+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)CE54(A03)CE54(B...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link251NOTE1 Xm+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 cableis connected to...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03252d 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+7.7Xn+6.0Xn+6....

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link253d 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+0.4Yn+0.5Yn+0.6Yn...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03254DOCOMCE53(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+3.2Yn+3.3Yn+3.4Yn+3...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link255DOCOMCE53(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+5.2Yn+5.3Yn+5.4Yn+5...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03256DOCOMCE53(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 numberAddress numberBit ...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link257NoteNote) 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 pulse generator...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03258Installation specificationsAmbient temperatureDuring operation0°C to 58°CDuring storage and transportation–20°C to 60°CTemperature changeMax. 1.1°C/min.Relative humidityNormal:75% or lessShort term (1 month or less) :95% or lessVibrationDuri...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link259Power supply ratingModuleSupply voltageCurrent ratingRemarksOperator’s panelI/O module24 VDC "10% suppliedfrom the power supplyconnector CPD1. The allowance of "10% should include instantaneous voltage and ripple voltage.0.35AThe total ...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03260DO (output signal) specificationsMaximum load current in ON state 200 mA or less (including momentary current)Saturation voltage in ON stateMax. 1 V (when load current is 200 mA)Withstand voltage24 V +20% or less (including momentary values)Leakage ...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link261If 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, sufficient care is neces...

  • Page 278

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03262Fixed addresses directly supervised by the CNC (for FS21i/210i)76543210SKIPESKIP–MIT2+MIT2–MIT1+MIT1ZAEXAEX0004SKIP6SKIP5SKIP4SKIP3SKIP2SKIP8SKIP7SKIPESKIPSKIP5SKIP4SKIP3ZAEYAEXAESKIP6SKIP2SKIP8SKIP7X0005X0006X0007X0008*ESPX0009*DEC4*DEC3*DEC2*D...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link263NOTEWhen 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 theCPD1 to the I/O ...

  • Page 280

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03264The 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 temperature, a protectio...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link265The difference between the operator’s panel I/O module and the powermagnetics cabinet I/O module lies in whether an interface to a manualpulse generator is provided. The power magnetics cabinet does notprovide an interface to a manual pulse gener...

  • Page 282

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03266NOTEThe MPG can be connected to this operator’s panel I/Omodule only when the i series CNC is used. When theoperator ’s panel I/O module is used together with a unit(connector panel I/O module) connected to the I/O Linksupporting another MPG in...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link267Provide the CPD1 (IN) connector, shown below, with the powernecessary for the 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). When power...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03268010V+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+0.6Yn+0.720Yn+1....

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link269+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+1.6Xm+1.5Xm+1.4Xm+1.3Xm+1.2Xm+1.1CE56(B09)CE56(A01)CE57(A01)CE56(A06)CE56(B06)CE56(A07...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03270+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)CE57(A02)CE57(B02)CE57(A03)CE57(B03)CE57(A04)CE57(...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link271+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(B13)CE56(A01)CE57(A01)CE57(A10)CE57(B10)CE57(A11...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03272NOTE1 Xm+0.0 through Xm+0.7 and Xm+5.0 through Xm+5.7 areDI pins for which a common voltage can be selected. Thatis, by connecting the DICOM0 CE56(A14) or DICOM5CE57(B14) pin to the +24 V power supply, a DI signal canbe input with its logical state...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link273Address numberBit numberDOCOMCE56(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)+24V0VYn+0.1Yn+0.2Yn+0.3Yn+0.4Yn+0.5Yn+0.6Yn+0...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03274DOCOMCE56(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)+24V0VYn+2.1Yn+2.2Yn+2.3Yn+2.4Yn+2.5Yn+2.6Yn+2.7Yn+3.0Yn+3.1Yn+3.2Yn+3...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link275For details of the connection of the manual pulse generator, see Section9.4.15.NoteNote) Lead wires and other components are mounted on the rearface of the printed circuit board. Ensure that the printed circuitboards are spaced 5 mm or more from on...

  • Page 292

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03276Installation specificationsAmbient temperatureDuring operation 0° to 58°CDuring storage and transportation –20°C to 60°CTemperature changeMax. 1.1°C/min.Relative humidityNormal: 75% or lessShort term (1 month or less): 95% or lessVibrationDu...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link277Power supply ratingModuleSupply voltagePower supplyratingRemarksOperator’s panel I/O module24 VDC ±10% is supplied from power supply connector CPD1. The tolerance of ±10% includes momentary and ripple currents.0.3 A+7.3 mA×DIDI = number of DI ...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03278If a system alarm occurs in a CNC using this 48/32–point I/O module, orif I/O Link communication between the CNC and operator’s panel I/Omodule fails, all the DO signals of the I/O module are turned off.Therefore, due care must be taken when set...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link279Fixed addresses directly supervised by the CNC (for FS21i/210i)76543210SKIPESKIP–MIT2+MIT2–MIT1+MIT1ZAEXAEX0004SKIP6SKIP5SKIP4SKIP3SKIP2SKIP8SKIP7SKIPESKIPSKIP5SKIP4SKIP3ZAEYAEXAESKIP6SKIP2SKIP8SKIP7X0005X0006X0007X0008*ESPX0009*DEC4*DEC3*DEC2*D...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03280NOTEWhen 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 shown within dotted lines in the above figure.Do not turn off the +24 V supply provided by the CPD1 to theI/O module...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link281The DO driver of the I/O module is capable of detecting an overcurrentand measuring its own temperature. If an accident, such as the connectingof the cable to ground, causes an abnormal increase in the load current orin the driver temperature, a pr...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03282The 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, LEDs and manual p...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link283D 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 of whether I/OLi...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03284Note 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/DOCM26CM15CM16CM17Gene...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link285ÇÇÇÇDI30ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇHA1HB1ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇDI36ÇÇÇÇDI34ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇDI33ÇÇÇÇDI31ÇÇÇDO37ÇÇÇÇÇÇDI37ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇ+5E0V0V19ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇHA1ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇ...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03286NOTE1 LM and SM also function as input terminals to the A/Dconverter.2 0M is connected to 0 V on the PCB.Input/output pins shaded by are in pairs. Only one ineach pair is usable.3 Do not connect a cable longer than 30 cm to CM15, CM16,or C...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link287DInxGeneral–purpose DILMLoad meter voltageDOnxGeneral–purpose DOSMSpeed meter voltage*ESPEmergency stop0MLM/SM reference voltage (0V)ECM1*ESP common signal*KYDxMatrix DI data signalOTROT release*KYCxMatrix DI common signalECM2OTR common signal*L...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03288Photocoupler + FETDO00 to DO370V+24VOutput signal specificationsMaximum load current0.03AMaximum open–circuit leakage current0.1mAMaximum closed–circuit voltage drop0.1VNOTEWhen using an LED at the DO point, connect an externalresi...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link289See Subsec. 9.7.5 for the corresponding PMC addresses.CM26–A06KY07KY06KY05KY04KY03KY02KY01KY00BZ0CM26–B06KY17KY16KY15KY14KY13KY12KY11KY10BZ1CM26–A07KY27KY26KY25KY24KY23KY22KY21KY20BZ2CM26–B07KY37KY36KY35KY34KY33KY32KY31KY30BZ3CM26–A08KY47K...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03290- 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 KY21 are closedsi...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link291- 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. If they are con...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03292Contact 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 Signal specific...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link293See Subsec. 9.7.5 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*LD7L1L0L1L1L1L2L1L3L1L4L1L5L1L...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03294CM26–B24CM26–B23CM26–B22CM26–B21CM26–B13CM26–B14CM26–B15CM26–B16CM26–B17CM26–B18CM26–B19CM26–B20LC4HLC3HLC2HLC1H*LD8*LD9*LD10*LD11*LD12*LD13*LD14*LD15L1H0L1H1L1H2L1H3L1H4L1H5L1H6L1H7L2H0L2H1L2H2L2H3L2H4L2H5L2H6L2H7L3H0L3H1L3H...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link295The 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 generatorWhen only...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03296Analog 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 operator’spanel inte...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link297A 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 interface unitCM15CNA1...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03298DI+00FUSEDI+01KY07KY06KY05KY04KY03KY02KY01KY00DI+02KY17KY16KY15KY14KY13KY12KY11KY10DI+03KY27KY26KY25KY24KY23KY22KY21KY20DI+04KY37KY36KY35KY34KY33KY32KY31KY30DI+05KY47KY46KY45KY44KY43KY42KY41KY40DI+06KY57KY56KY55KY54KY53KY52KY51KY50DI+07KY67KY66KY65K...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link299D 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 name described in S...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03300ConnectorMajor 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 terminal (to t...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link301CM26A1A1A1CM16891 CA40CM15B17B17402012489310261710B252211CPD1CNA1CND1JD1AJD2BCA40Approx. 100mm10mm1.6mmUnit : mmTolerance :"5 (mm)CM17B17A1150751516CNA1JD1ACPD1CNB1JD1B22419609.7.9Machine Operator’sPanel Interface UnitDimension Diagram(Incl...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03302CM26CM16CM152963104.5fFasten the PCB with four M4 screws.Unit : mmHole for connecting to a groundCM17150110201141818209.7.10Machine Operator’sPanel Interface UnitMounting DimensionDiagramMounting hole position

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link303It 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 sheet, spacer, etc....

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03304CM26CM16CM15FU1 : +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)CM17JD1AFU3FU2FU1CPD1JD1BNOTEFU2 is not...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link305The operator’s panel connection unit (A16B–2200–0660, 0661) isconnected to the control unit through the FANUC I/O Link and is used forinterfacing with the machine operator’s panel.The electric interface and pin layout of the connectors CM1 t...

  • Page 322

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03306The input signal of the operator’s panel connection unit is 0V commonnon–insulation type interface as shown below.+24VFilter and levelconverter circuitReceiveroutputsignalReceiver circuitDirectcurrentinputsignalOperator’s panel connection unit...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link307WARNINGAll signals input to this operator’s panel connection unit areof source type.When a source interface is used, a ground fault in an inputsignal has the same effect as closing the contacts. From theviewpoint of safety, therefore, FANUC does ...

  • Page 324

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03308Output signals DO00 to DO77 of the operator’s panel connection unitdrive indicators and LEDs on the machine operator’s panel and use NPNtransistor for drivers.Prepare 24VDC for power supply of indicators and LEDs and connect 0Vto COM3 and COM4. ...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link3091DI002DI033DI064DI115DI146DI177DI228DI259DI2710DI3211DI3512DI4013DI4314DI4615DI5116DI5417DI5618COM119DI0120DI0421DI0722DI1223DI1524DI2025DI2326DI3027DI3328DI3629DI4130DI4431DI4732DI523334DI0235DI0536DI1037DI1338DI1639DI2140DI2441DI2642DI3143DI3444DI...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/033101DO002DO033DO064DO115DO146DO177DO228DO259DO2710DO3211DO3512DO4013DO4314DO4615DO5116DO5417DO5618COM319DO0120DO0421DO0722DO1223DO1524DO2025DO2326DO3027DO3328DO3629DO4130DO4431DO4732DO5233+5N34DO0235DO0536DO1037DO1338DO1639DO2140DO2441DO2642DO3143DO344...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link31111.8mmApprox.100mmWeight : 1.2 kgFig. 9.8.4 External view of operator’s panel connection unit9.8.4External View ofOperator’s PanelConnection Unit

  • Page 328

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03312The operator’s panel connection unit (A16B–2202–0730, 0731), whichconnects to the control unit via the FANUC I/O Link, acts as an interfacewith the machine operator’s panel.Connectors CM51, CM52, CMB3, and CMB4, used to interface with theope...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link313Most input signals for the source output type connection unit support asink type non–isolated interface. For some input signals, however, eithersink or source type can be selected. (European safety standards demandthe use of sink types.)The mach...

  • Page 330

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/033145 to 22ms5 to 22msLogical 0(18 V orhigher)Logical 1(6V orlower)DC input signal OFF (High) ON (Low)(Signal)Chattering of 5ms or less is ig-nored.Receiver outputsignal(Signal)Fig. 9.9.1 (b) Signal width and delay of input signalIn the above figure,...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link315CAUTIONA power supply which satisfies the above specificationsshall be connected to the DOCOM and 0V power supplyterminals for the output signals. The maximum current thatcan be carried by the DOCOM pin is 2.0 A. The total loadcurrent must not exc...

  • Page 332

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03316NOTEThe above red LED and alarm transfer to the CNC aresupported by PCBs of version 03B and later.If the output of a signal cannot be turned on even though the CNCdiagnostic indicates that the signal is on, that signal or another signalbeing handled...

  • Page 333

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link317CAUTIONObserve the following precautions when connecting outputsignals:Output pins shall not be connected in parallel, as shownbelow.DV+24V 0VDOCOM0VDVRelayCAUTIONWhen using a dimming resistor, connect a diode to preventleakage.DV+24V 0VDOCOMDim...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/0331819DI0120DI0421DI0722DI1223DI1524DI2025DI2326DI3027DI3328DI3629DI4130DI4431DI4732DI521DI002DI033DI064DI115DI146DI177DI228DI259DI2710DI3211DI3512DI4013DI4314DI4615DI5116DI5417DI5618+24VCM5133DICMN134DI0235DI0536DI1037DI1338DI1639DI2140DI2441DI2642DI31...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link319NOTEWhen the operator’s panel connection unit having 64 DIsand 32 DOs is selected, connector CMB4 is not mounted onthe PCB.DICMN1, DICMN2: Pins used to switch the DI common. Usually,jumper these pins with 0V. (input)+24V: +24 VDC output pin. T...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03320[DO address]76543210DO07DO06DO05DO04DO03DO02DO01DO00DO17DO16DO15DO14DO13DO12DO11DO10DO27DO26DO25DO24DO23DO22DO21DO20DO37DO36DO35DO34DO33DO32DO31DO30DO47DO46DO45DO44DO43DO42DO41DO40DO57DO56DO55DO54DO53DO52DO51DO50DO67DO66DO65DO64DO63DO62DO61DO60DO77D...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link3214–f5mmCP1336mmJD1BJD1A3515550mm 10mm31.05mm46.99mm88.9mm88.9mm66.16mm7mm322mmCP6120505050CMB4CMB3CM52CM51MR20RMMR50RMMR50RMMR50RM1212431 2 3Approx.100 mm15 mm154 mm120 mm11.72mm17.78 mmCP1The following LEDs, fuses, variable resistors, and setting ...

  • Page 338

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03322This unit connects FANUC I/O Link master devices’ such as the CNC,via an I/O Link to enable the transfer of DI/DO signals.System ASystem BCNC orF–D Mate+24 V powersupplyI/O Link SlaveCNC orF–D Mate+24 V powersupplyI/O Link SlaveFANUC I/O Linkc...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link323ItemSpecificationI/O Link functionProvided with two slave mode I/O Link interface channels,between which DI/DO data can be transferred.[Interface types]One of the following combinations is selected:Electrical –opticalElectrical –electricalOptica...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03324LED indicationsLED5(GREEN)LED3(RED)LED4(GREEN)LED2(RED)DC–DCCONVERT-ERCP2CP1+5VLED1(RED)0V: Check pinFig. 9.10.2 (a) LED locationsLED statusDescriptionLED1jNormal1LED1JA RAM parity error occurred because of a hardwarefailure.LED4LED2JjCP1 is supp...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link325Unit: mm1801601030590150Printed–circuit boardCable50 or lessCableMounted componentsFig. 9.10.2 (b) Outline drawing16090Unit: mm4–M4Fig. 9.10.2 (c) Mounting location

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03326(1) Connection diagram (example)Externalpower (+24 V)AC power inputExternalpower (+24 V)AC power inputI/O LinkmasterI/O LinkmasterOptical I/OLink adapterElectricalinterfaceOptical interfaceFANUC I/O Link connection unit(for electrical–optical inte...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link327(2) Signal cable (electrical)0VRXB1110V:RXB1220VTXB1330V:TXB1440V1550V166177–188–199–2010JD1A1/JD1A20VRXA1110V:RXA1220VTXA1330V:TXA1440V1550V166177–188–199–2010JD1B1/JD1B2This unit (JD1A1/JD1A2)Another device (JD1B)Another device (JD1A)T...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03328(3) Signal cable (optical)D Optical cable specification : A66L–6001–0009#XXXX(where XXXX is a cable lengthspecification)Cable specification examples10 m–L10R03100 m –L100R3D Cable length: 200 m (maximum)(4) Power supply cableYX+24V0V123+24V0...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link329The FANUC servo unit β series with I/O Link (called the β amplifier withI/O Link) is a power motion control servo unit that can be easily connectedto a CNC control unit via the FANUC I/O Link.The β amplifier with I/O Link can be connected to the ...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03330The β amplifier with I/O Link is connected to the i Series using the usualFANUC I/O Link connection.Control unitIOLINKJD1AJD1AI/OLINKJD1BI/OLINKI/O Link cableI/O LinkcableJD1BI/OLINKFANUC SERVO UNIT β serieswith I/O LinkConnection to β series amp...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link331The maximum number of β amplifiers with I/O Link that can beconnected to a control unit depends on the maximum number of FANUCI/O Link points provided by that control unit, as well as their assignments.For the i Series, the maximum number of FANUC ...

  • Page 348

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03332The distribution I/O machine operator’s panel is of distribution I/O typethat is connected via I/O Link to the CNC. Its panel is the same as thatof the FS0 standard machine operator’s panel. The distribution I/Omachine operator’s panel has f...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link333(Standard–size machine operator’s panel)ItemFS0 standard machine operator’s panelDistribution I/O machineoperator’s panelPanelNo design modificationProgram protect keyOverriderotaryswitchEmergencystop buttonManual pulse generatorKeyboard (ke...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03334CNCDistribution I/O machineoperator’s panelEmergency stop switchGeneral–purpose DIGeneral–purpose DO+24 V power supply+24 V power supplyI/O unitNOTECNCs of the i series only allow the distribution I/O machineoperator ’s panel to be used with...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link335(1) Small machine operator’s panelSpecification of the printed circuit board: A20B–8001–0721 (with general–purpose DO)Viewed from behindPrinted circuit board(2) Standard–size machine operator’s panelSpecification of the printed circuit ...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03336Specification ofprinted circuit boardDescriptionA20B–8001–0210D Without general–purpose DOD The other input/output interface specifications arethe same as those of the A20B–8001–0721printed circuit board.D The outer shape of the printed ci...

  • Page 353

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link337The emergency stop switch is not wired when the unit leaves the factory.Perform wiring suitable for the system.For an emergency stop signal, a common pin and emergency stop signalpin are available with connectors CN1 and CM58 on the machineoperator...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03338(3) When an emergency stop signal is output to other I/OOther I/OMachine operator’s panelPrinted circuit boardReceiverReceiverNOTEIn the examples (1) and (2) above, an emergency stopsignal is applied to the DI address (Xm+2.4) tied to the 24Vcommo...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link339Pin numberAddress numberBit number

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03340Pin numberAddress numberBit number

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link341NOTE1 Xm+1.0 to Xm+1.7 and Xm+3.0 to Xm+3.7 are DI points thatallows common selection. This means that by connectingthe DICOM1 pin (CM58–A02) and DICOM3 pin(CM58–B02) to +24 V, the DI signal whose logic is invertedcan be applied. In this case,...

  • Page 358

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03342(Note)Pin numberBit numberPin number+24 V powersupplyRelayCable recommended for use on the CE59 cable side: HIF3BA–20D–2.54R (Hirose Electric)NOTEWith the small machine operator’s panel, all of the eightgeneral–purpose DO points indicated a...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link343See Section 9.4.15.A relay terminal is used to relay signals on the machine operator’s panel.Relayed signals are not output to the CNC via I/O Link. An example ofusing a relay terminal to relay a power ON/OFF control signal is providedhere.Machin...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03344(Small machine operator’s panel)The relationship of the keyboard key switches and LED I/O addresses isas follows:Key/LEDKey switch/LED arrangementAddressNOTET series: 42 keysM series: 46 keysOn the machine operator’s panel of the T series, the...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link345(Standard–size machine operator’s panel)The relationship between the keyboard key switches and LED I/Oaddresses is as follows:Key/LEDKey switch/LED arrangementAddressNOTE53 keys for both the T series and M series

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03346DI addressSignalNameXm+0.0*OVAOverride signalXm+0.1*OVB(Note)Xm+0.2*OVCXm+0.3*OVDXm+0.4*OVEXm+0.5KEYProgram protect signalNOTEOverride signal (*OVA to *OVE)Gray codes are output according to the table below.%01020304050607080901001101201301401501601...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link347The I/O address maps of the distribution I/O machine operator’s panel areas follows:DI space mapDO space mapXmOverride, etc.YnXm+1Yn+1Xm+2General–purposeDI signalsYn+2Xm+3DI signalsYn+3Keyboard (LED)Xm+4Yn+4General–purposeDO signalsXm+5Yn+5Xm+...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03348Basically, arbitrary I/O addresses can be allocated on the distribution I/Omachine operator’s panel. For connection with the fixed addressesdirectly monitored by the CNC, however, DI addresses must be allocatedas indicated below.Fixed addresses d...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link349Ambient temperature Operation: 0°C to 58°C Storage and transportation: –20°C to 60°CTemperature change 1.1°C/minute maximumHumidityNormal condition: 75% (relative humidity)Short term (no more than one month): 95% (relativehumidity)Vibratio...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03350ItemSpecificationsRemarksNumber of general–purpose DI points24 points24 V inputNumber of general–purpose DO pointsSmall machine operator’s panel: 8 pointsStandard–size machine operator’s panel: 5 points24 V outputKey switchSmall machine op...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link351Contact capacity30 VDC. 16 mA or moreLeakage current between contacts when opened1 mA or less (26.4 V)Voltage decrease betweencontacts when closed2 V or less (including voltage drop in the cable)DelayThe receiver delay is 2 ms (maximum). In additio...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03352The keyboard of the machine operator’s panel employs a matrixconfiguration. If three or more keys are simultaneously entered in thematrix DI configuration, a DI signal is erroneously entered due to anabnormal current flow. A countermeasure for t...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link353(Ladder operation)The following provides examples of ladder operation based on the DImatrix of 8 (bits) 8 (common), indicated on the next page.(1) The number of data lines where keys are entered is checked.The OR (R1) of the data of all the addres...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03354(3) When there are two or less data lines where keys are entered, whethermultiple keys are entered on a data line is checked.The data of all addresses are subtracted from the OR (R1) to obtainresult R2. When R2 = 00h, there is no data line where mu...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link355Program protect keyOverride rotary switchEmergency stop switchKey switches(sheet keys)The circle on eachkey switch repre-sents an LED (red).Color : Munsell N3, semi–glossedFig. 9.12.15 (a) Front view of machine operator’s panel for small unit (...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03356Color : Munsell N3, semi–glossedFig. 9.12.15 (b) Front view of machine operator’s panel for small unit (M series)

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link357Override rotary switchProgram protect keyEmergency stop buttonManual pulsegeneratorKey switches(sheet keys)The circle on eachkey switch repre-sents an LED (red).(Coordinate)Color : Munsell N3, semi–glossedFig. 9.12.15 (c) Front view of machine op...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03358(Coordinate)Color : Munsell N3, semi–glossedFig. 9.12.15 (d) Front view of machine operator’s panel for standard unit (M series)

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link359(1) M series, full keypad(2) M series, small keypadD Symbol indication onmachine operator’spanelFront view of the keysheets

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03360(3) T series, full keypad(4) T series, small keypad

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link361English indicationSymbol indicationMeaning of keyAUTOAUTO mode selection signal: Sets automaticoperation mode.EDITEDIT mode selection signal: Sets program editmode.MDIMDI mode selection: Sets MDI mode.JOGJOG feed mode selection: Sets jog feed mo...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03362English indicationMeaning of keySymbol indicationPRGSTOPProgram stop (output only): Turns on the LED onthe button when automatic operation is stoppedby M00 specified in the program.OPTSTOPOptional stop: Stops automatic operation afterexecution of ...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link363English indicationMeaning of keySymbol indicationCYCLESTARTCycle start: Starts automatic operation.CYCLESTOPCycle stop: Stops automatic operation.CLNTONCoolant on: Start the supply of coolant.CLNTOFFCoolant off: Stops the supply of coolant.CLNTA...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03364Machine 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 alphabet keys.And that has 55 keys. All key tops are...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link36529010.4” LCDMain panel ASub panel AMain panel BSub panel BMain panel BSub panel CUnit=mm22060030080

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03366+24V PowerGeneral–purpose DI/DONext I/O unitCNCMDI(CA55)I/O Link(JD1A)(JD44A)+24V PowerMain panel A/B/A1/B1CM68CM69 JA3MDICNK1KeyboardJD1BJD1AMPGMPGMPGPendant type MPGJA58CM65CM66CM67CA65Power magnetic cabinetCA64(IN)CA64(OUT)MDI UnitCNK1CNK2CNK2...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link367320V1+24V650V4+24VCA64 (Power source)Recommended connector for cable:Housing : AMP 1–178288–3 (3 pins type)Contact : AMP 1–175218–5CM67 (ON/OFF, Program protect, ESP)Recommended connector for cable:Housing : AMP 178289–5Contact : AMP 1–1...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03368NOTEInput/output Pins shaded by are in pairs. Only one in each pair is usable.Pins shaded by are those for forwarding signals. Pins with the same name are connecteddirectly to one another.JA3 (Manual pulse generator)1HA1112HB1120V3HA2134HB2140V5HA...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link369CA64 (IN)CA64 (OUT)+24V0V+24V0V+24V power+24V power010203010203NOTE1 Both connectors CA64(IN) and CA64(OUT) are samespecification. And there is not indication of (IN) and (OUT)on the PCB.2 Power supply for the operator’s panel must not turn off at...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03370*KEY00*KEY02*KEY01*KEY03*KEY04*KEY06*KEY05*KEY07*COM00 *COM02*COM01 *COM03*COM04 *COM06*COM05 *COM07*COM08 *COM10*COM09 *COM111*KEY00 11 *KEY0122*KEY02 12 *KEY0333*KEY04 13 *KEY0544*KEY06 14 *KEY0755*COM00 15 *COM0166*COM02 16 *COM0377*COM04 17 *COM...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link371Control unit preceding slave unitMain panel A/B/A1/B1Next slaveunitWhen the depth of the operator’s panel is 60mm min.Recommended connector for cable:Hirose electric : FI30–20S (Connector)FI–20–CV7 (Case)When the depth of the operator’s pa...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03372A signal generated by the emergency stop switch on the machineoperator’s 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 emergencystop switch...

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    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link373+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(A05)CM65(B03)CM6...

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    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03374NOTEConnection 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)CM69(B02)CM69(A...

  • Page 391

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link375NOTE1 Xm+3.0 to 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 ground level, the...

  • Page 392

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03376Address No.BitYn+5.3DVRelayDOCOMJA58(7)CM68(A08)CM68(A10), CM69(A10)+24V 0V+24V PowerPin numberYn+5.7Yn+6.3Yn+6.7Yn+7.3Yn+7.4Yn+7.5Yn+7.6DVDVDVDVDVDVDVCM68(B08)CM68(A09)CM68(B09)CM69(A08)CM69(B08)CM69(A09)CM69(B09)CM68(B10), CM69(B10)(1) W...

  • Page 393

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link377Main panel A/B/A1/B1CableTerminalManual pulse generator1HA1112HB1120V3HA2134HB2140V5HA3156HB3160V717818+5V9+5V191020+5V3456+5V0VHA1HB13456+5V0VHA1HB13456+5V0VHA1HB1JA3HA1HB1+5V0VHA2HB2+5V0VHA3HB3+5V0V129123418145620167BK7WH5RD5BK8RD8BK4RD3BK9BK9WH6R...

  • Page 394

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03378MPG needs a DC5V power supply and the voltage must be less than0.2V dropping. (the 0.2V dropping includes the resistance in thecable.)0.1 : MPG power supply current 0.1AR: Resistance per wire length (Ω/m)m: Wire Number (Both 0V and 5V)LCable lengt...

  • Page 395

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link379And the receiver circuit is as follows.ConnectorFilterInternalreceivercircuit0V0VCR10K W+5V+–Manual pulse generatorVIH,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) W...

  • Page 396

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03380ConnectorMaker SpecificationOrder specificationJD1A, JD1B,JA3, JA58(Operators panel depth=60mm min.)Stand wire press–mount typeHiroseFI30–20S (Connector)FI–20–CV7 (Case)A02B–0236–K302JD1A, JD1B,JA58(Operators panel Soldering typeHondaPC...

  • Page 397

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link381DI/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+4E8E7E6E5D8D7D6D5Xm+9/Yn+5B11B10...

  • Page 398

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03382Table 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+0.3000000001111111111111Xm+0...

  • Page 399

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link383I/O address map is as follows.DI mapDO mapXm+0Yn+0Xm+1General–purposeDI/DOYn+1Xm+2Yn+2Xm+3Yn+3Xm+4Yn+4Xm+5Yn+5Xm+6Yn+6Xm+7Yn+7Xm+8Xm+9Xm+10Xm+11Xm+12 (1st MPG)Xm+13 (2nd MPG)MPGXm+14 (3rd MPG)Xm+15ReserveKeyboard of Main panel (Keyswitches)Keyboar...

  • Page 400

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03384Directly processed address by CNC (in case of FS16I, 18i, 21i)76543210SKIP#1ESKIP–MIT2#1+MIT2#1–MIT1#1+MIT1#1ZAE#1XAE#1SKIP6#1SKIP5#1SKIP4#1SKIP3#1SKIP2#1SKIP8#1SKIP7#1X0004SKIP#1ESKIPSKIP5#1SKIP4#1SKIP3#1ZAE#1YAE#1XAE#1SKIP6#1SKIP2#1SKIP8#1SKIP...

  • Page 401

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link38528429017.630029055Note) 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.5290 14014056–φ4660(80)*2701401402746–M3Panel cut drawing9.13.6Outline9.13.6.1Outlin...

  • Page 402

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03386(1) Outline of Main panel A/A1 (with back up unit)*When a low screw–fixing housing ”HIROSE FI–20–CV7” is used, the dimension is 60mm. When a usual housing is used, the dimension is 80mm.Back up unitAdapter plate BUnit=mm

  • Page 403

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link387Unit=mmNote) 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.Panel cut drawing9.13.6.2Outline of main panel B

  • Page 404

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/0338866707060807055Earth stud(M4)Panel cut drawingUnit=mm552802906–φ42701401402746–M39.13.6.3Outline of sub panel A

  • Page 405

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link389Earth stud(M4)Panel cut drawingUnit=mm9.13.6.4Outline of sub panel B

  • Page 406

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03390Earth stud(M4)Panel cut drawingUnit=mm9.13.6.5Outline of sub panel C

  • Page 407

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link391CNK1 CNK2Earth stud(M4)Earth terminal(M3 Screw)Fuse (1A)Unit=mmView from rear side9.13.6.6Connector locations ofmain panel A/A1

  • Page 408

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03392Earth stud(M4)Earth terminal(M3 Screw)Fuse (1A)Unit=mmView from rear side9.13.6.7Connector locations ofmain panel B/B1

  • Page 409

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link393Earth stud(M4)Panel cut drawingUnit=mm9.13.6.8Outline of sub panel B1

  • Page 410

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/0339428429017.629055Panel cut drawingUnit=mm529014014056–φ4660 (80)*2701401402746–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.3009.13.6.9Outline of m...

  • Page 411

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link395Panel cut drawingUnit=mmNote) 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.9.13.6.10Outline of main panel B1

  • Page 412

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03396M4 stud for Earth(Rear side)Panel cut drawingUnit=mm9.13.6.11Outline of sub panel C1

  • Page 413

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link397Temperature Around a unitAt operation0_C to 55_CStoring or transporting–20_C to 60_CTemperature varianceMax.1.1_C/minHumidityNormally75% or less (Relative humidity)Short time(Within one month)95% or less (Relative humidity)VibrationOperating0.5G o...

  • Page 414

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03398ItemSpecificationNoteGeneral–purpose DI points32 points24VDC type inputGeneral–purpose DO points8 points24VDC type outputKeyswitches of MDI65 keysFull alphabet key (Main panel A/A1)Keyswitches of Machine operators panel55 keysMatrix DILEDColor :...

  • Page 415

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link399Maximum 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 delay : Max. 50...

  • Page 416

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03400SymbolEnglishMeaning of keyAUTOAUTO mode selection signal; Setsautomatic operation mode.EDITEDIT mode selection signal; Sets programedit operation mode.MDIMDI mode selection; Sets MDI mode.REMOTEDNC operation mode; Sets DNC operationmode.REFRETURNRe...

  • Page 417

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link401SymbolMeaning of keyEnglishRESTARTProgram restart; A program may be restartat a block by specifying the sequencenumber of the block, after automaticoperation is stopped because of a brokentool or for holidays.DRYRUNDryrun; Sets the axis feedrate to ...

  • Page 418

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03402Keyboard 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 key.Symbolic key t...

  • Page 419

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link403The 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 follows.(Elimina...

  • Page 420

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03404(Ladder operation)The following is an example ladder operation for the matrix DIconsisting of 8 (bits) ( 8 (common) shown on the previous page.[1] The number of datalines where the keyinput exists is examined. Logical add R1 of the data of all addre...

  • Page 421

    B–63523EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link405[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 no two or more...

  • Page 422

    9. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O LinkB–63523EN/03406Exhaustion partsNameOrdering codeRemarksFuseFor Main panel A/B/A1/B1A60L–0001–0290#LM10Rated at 1ARepair partsNameOrdering codeRemarksI/O boardFor Main panel A/B/A1/B1A20B–8002–0020Main panel AA02B–0236–C230Main panel BA02B–0236–C231...

  • Page 423

    B–63523EN/0310. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL40710 EMERGENCY STOP SIGNALUsing the emergency stop signal effectively enables the design of safemachine tools. See ”Cautions for configuring emergency stop circuit incompliance with safety standards.”The emergency stop signal is provided to bring a mac...

  • Page 424

    10. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNALB–63523EN/03408+X–X+Y–Y+Z–Z+4–4Stroke end limit switchEmergencystop buttonRelaypowerRelease switchSpark killerSKSpark killerSKRelayEMGemg1emg2CNC control unit+24*ESP+24*ESPMCCOFF3MCCOFF4αi series servo amplifier(PSM)SVMSPML1 L2L3External power sourceL1L23φ200V...

  • Page 425

    B–63523EN/0310. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL409To configure an emergency stop circuit in compliance with JIS safetystandards(*), observe the following cautions. Compliance with these JISsafety standards is a prerequisite for complying with the EC MachineInstructions.The method for shutting off the mo...

  • Page 426

    11.REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC1 AND DNC2)B–63523EN/0341011REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE (INCLUDING FANUC DNC1 AND DNC2)

  • Page 427

    B–63523EN/0311. REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC1 AND DNC2)411When the remote buffer is connected to the host computer or input/outputdevice via serial interface, a great amount of data can be sent to CNCconsecutively at a high speed.RESETFILEPROTECTUse either the RS–232–C or RS...

  • Page 428

    11.REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC1 AND DNC2)B–63523EN/03412- Electrical interfaceThe following two types of interface are prepared as standardspecifications.D RS–232–C InterfaceD RS–422 InterfaceRS–233CRS–422InterfaceSerial voltage interface (start–stop)Balanced transmi...

  • Page 429

    B–63523EN/0311. REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC1 AND DNC2)413CNC OPTION boardConceptional diagram of signal connectionSDRDSDRDRSCSRSERDRCDSG1RD20V3DR40V11SD120V13ER140V5CS60V7CD80V15RS160V1718919(+24V)JD28A [JD5L](PCR–EV20LMDETZ–SL)10(+24V) 201FG2SD3RD4RS5CS6DR7SG8CD910111213141...

  • Page 430

    11.REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC1 AND DNC2)B–63523EN/03414Cable wiring122RD0VSD3420DR0VER564CS0VRS788CD0VCD910+24V11123SD0VRDShield13146ER0VDR151657RS0VCSSG171819201+24VFGConnect CS to RS if CS is not used. However, when protocol A orexpanded protocol A is used, connect as shown ...

  • Page 431

    B–63523EN/0311. REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC1 AND DNC2)415CNC OPTION board1RD2*RD3RT4*RT11SD12*SD13TT14*TT5CS6*CS7DM80V15RS16*RS17TR18*TR9*DM19(+24V)JD6A [JD6L](PCR–EV20LMDETZ–SL)10(+24V) 201FG234SD56RD7RS8RT9CS1011DM12TR1314151617TT1819SG202122*SD2324*RD25*RSHost computer (...

  • Page 432

    11.REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC1 AND DNC2)B–63523EN/03416Cable wiring12422RD*RDSD*SD341735RT*RTTT*TT56725CS*CSRS*RS791230DM*DMTR*TR810190V+24VSG1112624SD*SDRD*RDShield1314826TT*TTRT*RT1516927RS*RSCS*CS17181129TR*TRDM*DM19201+24VFGFRAMENOTE1 Be sure to use twisted pair cable.2 Not...

  • Page 433

    B–63523EN/0311. REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC1 AND DNC2)417SDRDSDRDRSCSRSERDRCDSG1RD20V3DR40V11SD120V13ER140V5CS60V7CD80V15RS160V1718919JD28A(PCR–E20LMDETZ–SL)10201FG2SD3RD4RS5CS6DR7SG8CD91011121314151617181920ER2122232425DBM–25SFGCSERDRCDSGFGCNC OPTION boardHost computer (E...

  • Page 434

    11.REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC1 AND DNC2)B–63523EN/03418JD6A(PCR–E20LMDETZ–SL)1TRD1(+)2TRD1(–)34111213145678SG151617189191020CNC OPTION boardCable wiringTap12TDR1(+)TDR1(–)TRD1(+)TRD1(–)1112TDR2(+)TDR2(–)TRD2(+)TRD2(–)8SGSG1011127MR Connector (MR20 Female)TRD2(+)TR...

  • Page 435

    B–63523EN/0311. REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC1 AND DNC2)419JD6A(PCR–E20LMDETZ–SL)1RD2:RD34111213145678SG151617189191020CNC OPTION boardTapSD:SD1SD2:SD345678RD9:RD1011121314151617181920SGCable wiring111212SD:SDSD:SD121011RD:RDRD:RD131489TT:TTTT:TT341819RT:RTRT:RT15165RSRS:RS561...

  • Page 436

    12. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)B–63523EN/0342012 HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)

  • Page 437

    B–63523EN/0312. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)421The high–speed serial bus (HSSB) enables the high–speed transfer oflarge amounts of data between a commercially available IBM PC orcompatible personal computer and a CNC, by connecting them via ahigh–speed optical fiber.On the CNC, the HSSB...

  • Page 438

    12. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)B–63523EN/03422PC/AT compatible personal computerPersonal computer interface board(Installed in an ISA or PCI slot)High–speedserial busHSSB interface board on the CNCOptical fiber cableThis figure is an example of connecting the I/O Link toan i Series CNC wit...

  • Page 439

    B–63523EN/0312. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)423CAUTION1 The machine tool builder or end user is required to procureand maintain the personal computer.2 FANUC is not liable for any problems resulting from theoperation of users’ personal computers, regardless ofwhether the operations are norm...

  • Page 440

    12. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)B–63523EN/03424(1) HSSB Interface Board For Personal ComputerAmbient TemperatureOperating: 0 to 55_CNon–operating: –20 to 60_CHumidityUsual :: 10 to 75% (non–condensing)Short–term (within one month) : 10 to 95% (non–condensing)If the environmental req...

  • Page 441

    B–63523EN/0312. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)425WARNINGBefore 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) Remove t...

  • Page 442

    12. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)B–63523EN/03426A20B–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...

  • Page 443

    B–63523EN/0312. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)427(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 ...

  • Page 444

    12. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)B–63523EN/03428CNC interface cardOptical fiber cablePersonal computerinterface cardCOP7COP7Compatible cables (optical fiber cables, used for interconnections)A66L–6001–0026#L_See descriptions about standard cable lengths in Appendix D forexplanations about ...

  • Page 445

    B–63523EN/0313. CONNECTION TO OTHER NETWORKS42913 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–62714ENFA...

  • Page 446

    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/0343014 CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is

  • Page 447

    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is431{160is/180is/210iscontrol unit24V–IN (CP1)SPDL&POS (JA41)I/O LINK (JD44A)A–OUT&HDI (JA40)R232–1 (JD36A)R232–2 (JD36B)SV–CHK (CA69)MDI (CA55)Ethernet(CD38A)The functions and connection methods of these connectorsare the ...

  • Page 448

    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/03432CNC control unitPower SupplyHSSB I/F BOARD HSSB(COP7)Main boardMDIMDI unit(CK1)Soft key (CK2)CNC display unit for WindowsCK2(Soft Key)HSSB (COP7)+24V (CP1)Serial Port (JD48)Ethernet (CD38S)Backup Power–In (CA75)Backup unitHUB+24VDC po...

  • Page 449

    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is433CNC control (Backside)(The control unit shown above has no option slot.)COP10A–1/2Power supplymoduleJD38SJD38ACA75CP1JA41JD44AJA40JD36BJD36ACA69CA55JD4814.2INSTALLATION14.2.1Connector Names andConnector Layout14.2.1.1LCD–mounted Seri...

  • Page 450

    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/03434CP1Connector for power supplyJA41Connector for serial spindle or position coderJD44AConnector for I/O LinkJA40Connector for analog spindle or high–speed skipJD36A/BConnector for I/O device interface (A : left side, B : right side)JD38A...

  • Page 451

    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is435COP7FanFanBack plane diagramCP1CA75CK2JD48COP7(FUSE)Soft key cableCD38S(for unit with soft keys)CP1Connector for power supplyCOP7Connector for HSSBCK2Connector for Soft key cable (for a unit with soft keys, a cable isalso supplied)CA75Co...

  • Page 452

    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/03436Mounting hole diagram(Install the unit from the outsideof the cabinet.)At the rear of the metal panel, the area within8 mm of the outside edge is left unpainted.External dimensions of unitNumber ofoptional slotDepth D(mm)None602110312541...

  • Page 453

    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is437The control units and peripheral units offered by FANUC are designed onthe assumption that they will be enclosed in a tightly closed cabinet. Thecabinet can be:D One that is created by the machine tool builder to house a control unitor ...

  • Page 454

    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/03438LCD–mounted Type CNC andCNC display unit for WindowsCP1+24V0V123+24VDC inputAMPHousingContactLCD–mounted type1–178288–31–175218–5CNC display unit for 2–178288–31–175218–5WindowsSeparate housings are used for the LCD...

  • Page 455

    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is439After the power to the CNC is turned off, the backup unit enables power tobe supplied to the internal circuits of the CNC for a certain period of timeto execute a power turn–off sequence (for allowing important data to beautomatically ...

  • Page 456

    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/03440(ii) External dimensions of Backup unitA02B–0281–A02B–0281–H160H161A198150B104104C188139D712E76.564F23.528G5858HoleM3M4diameter External dimensions [Unit : mm]Mounting hole diagramCEConnectorABCDEFG1

  • Page 457

    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is441(iii) Mounting backup unitInstall the backup unit on the rear of the MDI unit or in the pendantbox where the CNC main unit is housed.Because the backup unit contains parts with limited service life, itshould be installed in a place where...

  • Page 458

    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/03442CAUTIONBefore attaching or removing cables, power off the CNCmain unit, and confirm that the power is off.Ask the respective manufacturers for explanations abouthow to build a network and about conditions for using units(such as a media ...

  • Page 459

    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is443(2) Leading in Ethernet cablesAn Ethernet cable should be fixed with a clamp or the like so thatpulling it will not cause tension to be applied to the connector (RJ–45)at the end of the cable. The clamp not only fixes the cable but al...

  • Page 460

    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/03444(4) Specification of Twisted–Pair Cable(a) Cable connectionThe connectors of a cable for connecting between the 10BASE–T/100BASE–TX interface (CD38S) and the hub have the pinarrangement shown below.CD38S1TX+2TX–3RX+456RX–78RJ...

  • Page 461

    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is445Recommended cables (for fixed parts)ManufacturerSpecificationRemarkFurukawa Electric Co., Ltd.DTS5087C–4PTwisted wiresNissei Electric Co., Ltd.F–4PFWMFSingle–wire cableNOTEThese recommended cables for fixed parts must not beused fo...

  • Page 462

    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/03446(c) Connector specificationAn 8–pin modular connector called the RJ–45 is used with atwisted–pair cable for Ethernet interfaces. Use the connector listedbelow or equivalent.ManufacturerSpecificationRemarkConnector used with cableA...

  • Page 463

    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is447Prepare ground plate like the following figure.Mount screw holeHole for securing metal fitting clampGround terminal(grounded)For the ground plate, use a metal plate of 2 mm or thicker, whichsurface is plated with nickel.12mm20mm8mmGround...

  • Page 464

    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/03448(Reference) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clamp.17mm28mm6mmMax. 55mmOrdering specification for metal fittings for clamp A02B–0083–K301 (20 pieces)(c) Network InstallationEven when the machine satisfies its grounding requirem...

  • Page 465

    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is449[Large–scale network][Small–scale network](*1)PC and backbone cable sidePower supply for the HUBHUBElectrical separation byconnection with10BASE–T/100BASE–TXMachine system sideSTP cableSTP cableMachine(*1)(*1)(*1)PC(*1)STP cableP...

  • Page 466

    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/03450This connector (JD48) is used for a serial port and USB port on the PCside.This port is used for remote debugging of application software.To use the following functions, use an RS–232–C connector (JD36A orJD36B) on the CNC side rathe...

  • Page 467

    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is451(ii)Connection example (Example 2: Conversion to D–SUB 9–pinconnector)Relay connectorD–SUB 9 (example 2)JD48SDRDRSCS0V1101150502,12,04,14SDRDRSCSDRERCDRISG327864195ShieldGround plate(iii) Connection example (Example 3: Connection...

  • Page 468

    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/03452Use this port to connect with the USB keyboard or printer.LCD–mounted Type CNC andCNC display unit for WindowsJD48PCR–E20MD1RD11SD20V12 USB_0V3 Reserve 13 Reserve40V14 Reserve5CS15RS6USB_+ 16 Reserve7 Reserve 17 Reserve8USB_– 18 Re...

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    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is453This is a USB–connectable FA full keyboard that can be used with theSeries 160is/180is/210is.LCD–mounted type CNC and CNCdisplay unit for is series CNC1RD11SD20V12 USB_0V3 Reserve 13 Reserve40V14 Reserve5CS15RS6USB_+ 16 Reserve7 Res...

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    14. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210isB–63523EN/03454(ii)External dimensions [Unit : mm]222202902804–M3204274210Mounting hole diagram(iii) Current drainThe keyboard is supplied with power from the USB connector(JD48) (bus–powered). It requires 400 mA (maximum)(iv) OthersD No mouse ca...

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    B–63523EN/0314. CONNECTION FOR Series 160is/180is/210is455HSSB interface board (CNC side)Optical fiber cableCOP7COP7CNC display unit for Windows1) Recommended cable (optical fiber cable)A66L–6001–0026#L1R003Cable length=1m. . . . A66L–6001–0026#L3R003Cable length=3m. . . . A66L–6001...

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    APPENDIX

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT459A EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT(Outline Drawings of the i Series CNC with a LCD–mounted Type Panel)Outline drawing titleSpecification drawing numberFigureSeries 16i/18i/21i 7.2″ STNA02B–0281–B500,B502,B503,B504A02B–0281–H124Fig.U1...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03460(Outline Drawings of CNC display unit with PC functions)CNC display unitwith PC functionsor PANEL i10.4” TFT colorLCD panelA08B–0082–B001 to –B004A08B–0082–B031 to –B038A08B–0193–B031 to –B038Fig.U12(a)12.1” TFT colorLCD pa...

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT461CNC battery unit for external installationA02B–0236–C281Fig.U29Punch panel 1mA02B–0236–C191Fig.U30(narrow type)2mA02B–0236–C1925mA02B–0236–C193Punch panel1mA02B–0120–C191Fig.U312mA02B–0120–C1925mA02B–0120–C193Distribu...

  • Page 478

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03462At the rear of the metalpanel, the area within 8mm of the outside edge isleft unpainted.Install the unit from theoutside of the cabinet.Mounting hole diagramWith no option slotWith 2 option slots1901842442005Number ofoption slotsDepth(D) (mm)234...

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT463At the rear of the metalpanel, the area within 8mm of the outside edge isleft unpainted.Install the unit from theoutside of the cabinet.Mounting hole diagramWith no option slotWith 2 option slots1901842442005Number ofoption slotsDepth(D) (mm)234...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03464At the rear of the metalpanel, the area within 8mm of the outside edge isleft unpainted.Install the unit from theoutside of the cabinet.Mounting hole diagramWith no option slotWith 2 option slots2102042742205Number ofoption slotsDepth(D) (mm)234...

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT465At the rear of the metalpanel, the area within 8mm of the outside edge isleft unpainted.Install the unit from theoutside of the cabinet.Mounting hole diagramWith no option slotWith 2 option slots2102042742205Number ofoption slotsDepth(D) (mm)234...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03466172 (for 3–slot type)60 (for 1–slot type)Weight : For 1–slot type, 0.7 kgFor 3–slot type, 1.9 kgFor both types, the stated weightdoes not include printed–circuitboards inserted in the slots.Memory cardSlot 1Slot 3Slot 2Fig. U6 Stand...

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT4674–M34–f42902805522052105Mounting hole layout diagram(The unit shall be fastened to the cabinet from the outside.)Painting shall be masked 8 mm from the edges of the panel sheet metalon the rear surface.Paint color: Munsell code N3, medium g...

  • Page 484

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03468Groundingstud (M4)Groundingstud (M4)Paint color: Munsell code N3, medium glossThe unit shall be fastened to the cabinet from the outside.Weight: 3.9 kg(Mounting hole layout diagram)Fig. U8 7.2″ LCD/MDI Unit Outline Drawing (Unit applied to ...

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT469The unit shall be fastened to the cabinet from the outside.Paint color: Munsell code N3, medium glossWeight: 1.6 kgMounting hole layout diagramPanel cut pattern layout drawingGrounding stud (M4)Soft-key connectorFig. U9 7.2″ Monochrome LCD ...

  • Page 486

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03470Grounding stud (M4)(Mounting holelayout diagram)Grounding stud (M4)Paint color: Munsell code N3, medium glossThe unit shall be fastened to the cabinet from the outside.Weight: 1.3 kgFig. U10 Stand–alone type MDI Unit (for 7.2″ Stand–alon...

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT471Paint color: For case, Munsell code 5GY3.5/0.5, medium glossFor panel, Munsell code N3, medium glossWeight: 7 kgFig. U11 Detachable 7.2″ LCD/MDI Unit (Unit applied to display link)

  • Page 488

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/034722042105522027 (From the outside of the plate)125(With PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate)60(Without PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate)Paint Masking(Mounting side of this plate is unpainted in 8mm width from the edge )Maximum PCI card defined at C...

  • Page 489

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT47357(From the outside of the plate)2702805125(With PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate)60(Without PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate)Paint Masking(Mounting side of this plate is unpainted in 8mm width from the edge )Unit : mmUpper ViewSide ViewPanel ...

  • Page 490

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/0347431015515532051551555(From the outside of the plate)125(With PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate)60(Without PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate)Paint Masking(Mounting side of this plate is unpainted in 8mm width from the edge )Unit : mmUpper ViewSide...

  • Page 491

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT475Mounting hole diagramAt the rear of the metal panel, the area within 8 mm ofthe outside edge is left unpainted.Install the unit from the outside of the cabinet.13055551904–f4241133694830Color : Munsell N3, semi–glossedFig. U13 External dime...

  • Page 492

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03476Mounting hole diagramAt the rear of the metalpanel, the area within8 mm of the outsideedge is left unpainted.Install the unit from theoutside of the cabinet.3362421711Color : Munsell N3, semi–glossedFig. U14 External dimensions of stand–alo...

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT477At the rear of the metalpanel, the area within8 mm of the outsideedge is left unpainted.Install the unit from theoutside of the cabinet.Mounting hole diagram337252181116Color : Munsell N3, semi–glossedFig. U15 External dimensions of stand–a...

  • Page 494

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03478At the rear of the metalpanel, the area within8 mm of the outsideedge is left unpainted.Install the unit from theoutside of the cabinet.Mounting hole diagram3372523511Color : Munsell N3, semi–glossedFig. U16 External dimensions of stand–alo...

  • Page 495

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT47940323052204–φ51550"40250"4029022060.66105205660aaaab a: M5 10mm b: M5 10mm (Frame GND)Weight : 3.5 kg(Unit :mm)Fig. U17 (a) FA Full Keyboard 10.4″ LCD Type (Specification: A02B–0236–C131#JC,A02B–0236–C131#EC)

  • Page 496

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/0348053040322206–φ51550"40250"4034022060.6610520abaaa11054 a: M5 10mm b: M5 10mm (Frame GND)Weight : 3.7 kg(Unit :mm)Fig. U17 (b) FA Full Keyboard 12.1″ LCD Type (Specification: A02B–0236–C132#JC,A02B–0236–C132#EC)

  • Page 497

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT48159205.51685.5179155526132201550"40250"4022060.66–φ5400140b8086344-R55352–φ5Unpaint rear side(φ10) b: M5 10mm (Frame GND)Weight :3.9 kg(Unit :mm)Blank PanelHole of ConnectorPanel27Fig. U17 (c) FA Full Keyboard 15.0″ LCD Type (...

  • Page 498

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03482204204204210210210- FAFull Keyboard 10.4" LCD Type- FAFull Keyboard 12.1" LCD Type- FAFull Keyboard 15.0" LCD TypeNote: Refer to each section of outline aboutpanel cutting of Basic Units and FloppyDiskette Drive.HOLEHOLEHOLE280274...

  • Page 499

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT483Full Keyboard 101 key (A86L–0001–0210)(Unit : mm)(Unit : mm)Full Keyboard 106key (A86L–0001–0211)Note: These units can be used only during application development and maintenance ,and this is not dust proof. .Ambient temperature during o...

  • Page 500

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/034841800"190Note: This unit can be used only during application development and maintenance ,and this is not dust proof. .Ambient temperature during operation is 0_C–40_C.(Unit : mm)CapBallName Plate of UnitFig. U19 Mouse (Specification: A86...

  • Page 501

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT485104134140514015054–M364(HOLE)70FDDACRYLICWINDOW7080554–φ3.6145(Unit : mm)J2J1Mounting directionWhen using the floppy disk unit attached to the machine, mount the floppy disk unit in one of the following directions:Side ViewPanel CuttingForn...

  • Page 502

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03486–0582–0583Weight: 0.2 kgFig. U21 (a) High–speed serial bus interface board type 2 (PC) (ISA bus version)Specification No.: A20B–8001–0583 (1 CH)A20B–8001–0582 (2 CH)09600961Fig. U21 (b) Interface Board for Personal Computer (PCI b...

  • Page 503

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT487Note: Mechanical specifications of the position coder are as follows:(1) Input axis inertia1.0 × 10–3 kg⋅cm⋅sec2 or less(2) Input axis starting torque1000 g⋅cm or less(3) Allowable input axis loadDriving the timing belt with a pulley di...

  • Page 504

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03488MC connector: MS3102A–20–29PFig. U22 (b)α position coderSpecification No.: A860–0309–T302 (10000 min–1 maximum)

  • Page 505

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT4893–M4On the f72 circumferenceFig. U23 External dimensions of manual pulse generatorSpecification No.: A860–0203–T001

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03490A860–0203–T010 to T015Fig. U24 External dimensions of pendant–type manual pulse generator Specification No.: A860–0203–T010 to T015

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT491CP11JF101(JF105)JF102(JF106)JF103(JF107)JF104(JF108)JA4ACOP10BCOP10AThe connector names in parentheses are foran expansion unit. The expansion unit doesnot have connectors CP11, JA4A, COP10A,and COP10B.Fig. U25 External dimensions of separate ...

  • Page 508

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03492103FANUC40A78784–M4 counter sinkingNegative polarity indicationPositive polarity indicationPlus terminalwith 3–M3screw holesMinus terminal with 3–M3 screw holes4–f4.3 mounting holeArrow view ANote) The battery is not included.10314.192.2...

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT493ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ6555252550532.535100120123Fig. U27 External dimensions of tapÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔ16.039.347.0Fig. U28 External dimensions of terminal resistance unit

  • Page 510

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03494103513.547115708193145The battery unit is fitted with a 14–m battery cable.Mounting hole (countersink)Mounting panel hole drillingM4 tap × 4Main unitCoverFig. U29 External dimensions of external CNC battery unit

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT495Mounting hole diagramAt the rear of the metalpanel, the area within 8mm of the outside edge isleft unpainted.Fig. U30 External dimensions of punch panel (narrow type)

  • Page 512

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03496Painting shall be masked 8 mm from the edges of the panelsheet metal on the rear surface.The following is the panel cut layout drawing of this punch panel.202–M3100115Fig. U31 Punch Panel (Narrow Type)Specification No.: A02B–0120–C191 (ca...

  • Page 513

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT497Panel cutting drawingThis metal plate can be removed.Protection grounding stud (M4, back side)Color : Munsell N3, semi–glossedWeight: 2.3kgAt the rear of the metalpanel, the area within 8mm of the outside edge isleft unpainted.Install the unit...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03498Panel cutting drawingThis metal plate can be removed.Protection grounding stud (M4, back side)Color : Munsell N3, semi–glossedWeight: 2.8kgAt the rear of the metalpanel, the area within 8mm of the outside edge isleft unpainted.Install the unit...

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT499The back of the metal plate is masked, 8 mm wide along theoutside edge, to prevent painting.Mounting hole diagramUpProtective grounding stud (M4)Weight: 2.0kgFig. U34 61–key MDI unit (vertical type)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03500Mounting hole diagramUpProtective grounding stud (M4)Weight: 1.7kgThe back of the metal plate is masked, 8 mm wide along theoutside edge, to prevent painting.Fig. U35 61–key MDI unit (horizontal type)

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT501UpProtective grounding stud (M4)Weight: 2.0kgThe back of the metal plate is masked, 8 mm wide along theoutside edge, to prevent painting.Connector panelBlank panel An outline drawing of the blank panel is given in Fig. U38.Fig. U36 61–key M...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03502UpProtective grounding stud (M4)Weight: 2.0kgThe back of the metal plate is masked, 8 mm wide along theoutside edge, to prevent painting.Connector panelBlank panel An outline drawing of the blank panel is given in Fig. U38.Fig. U37 61–key M...

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT503The hatched portion is an opening of theconnector panel.The back of the blank panel is masked,with a diameter of 10.Fig. U38 Blank panel

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03504Mounting hole diagramWeight: 2.0kgNote) On the back of the plate attached to the panel, coating is masked around the peripheral area with a width of 8 mm. Install the unit from the outside of the cabinet.This plate is removable....

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT505Refer to Fig.U34 about panel cutting.b: M5 10mm (Frame GND)210.729022050.543.54014.5942.470max.24.545.555951.887.683.15469791773534b6365* The depth dimension assumes thatthe HDD unit is installed.Fig. U40(a) Stand–alone type standard MDI un...

  • Page 522

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03506Refer to Fig.U35 about panel cutting.b: M5 10mm (Frame GND)210.72302204–f450.543.54014.5942.424.545.570max.95521.857.653.124397917718163563b* The depth dimension assumes thatthe HDD unit is installed.Fig. U40(b) Stand–alone type standard ...

  • Page 523

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT507Fig. titleSpecification No.Fig. No.PCR connector (soldering type)PCR–E20FSFig.C1 (a)FI40 connectorFI40–2015SFig.C1 (b)Connector case (HONDA PCR type)PCR–V20LA/PCR–V20LBFig.C2 (a)Connector case (HIROSE FI type)FI–20–CVFig.C2 (b)Connec...

  • Page 524

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03508HONDA1.27A17.3nn2) 1715.1B1.27Displayn2TYPE:HONDA PCR–E20FS (SOLDERING TYPE)USAGE:GENERALMATINGHOUSING:HONDA PCR–V20LA (PLASTIC)PCR–E20FSA21.65B11.43Fig. C1 (a) PCR connector (soldering type)

  • Page 525

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT50916.2511.431.2713.3519.215_5.52.21.79.21234567891011121314151617181920S123456789101214161820Section AA1.8358.54.37AA2.42.4(1)(2)(3)(4)NoteThis connector does nothave contacts for positions11,13,15,17, and 19.Tab forshieldconnectionTYPE:HIROSE FI4...

  • Page 526

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/035109.5HONDA21303711.4(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(1) (2) Case(3)Cable clamp(4)Lock bracket(5)Lock lever(6)Set screw for cable clampTYPE:HONDA PCR–V20LA (for 6 dia. cable)USAGE:GENERALFig. C2 (a) Connector case (HONDA PCR type)

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT511(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 for cable clamp9.5±0.230±0.337"0...

  • Page 528

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/0351221303711.4(2)FC020–029.5Cable clampScrewLock leverTYPE:FUJITSU FCN–240C20–Y/S (for 5.8 dia. cable)USAGE:GENERALFig. C2 (c) Connector case (FUJITSU FCN type)

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT513Fig. C2 (d) Connector case (PCR type (Hirose Electric))

  • Page 530

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03514312AMP19.2416.322.8X10.165.084.053.1123Circuit No.0.66.557.15Circuit No.TYPE:AMP1–178128–3(25.5)D–3DIMENSIONFig. C3 (a) AMP connector (1)

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT515TYPE:AMP2–178128–3DIMENSION312AMP(29.7)(19.24)16.322.8Y10.165.084.053.1123Cricuit No.0.66.557.15Circuit No."0.3"0.3D–3"0.3"0.3"0.3Fig. C3 (b) AMP connector (2)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03516312AMP(22.96)16.716.322.8X7.623.814.053.1123Circuit No.0.66.557.15Circuit No.TYPE:AMP1–178288–3USAGE:POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP1A+24V INPUT3210V+24VD–3DIMENSIONFig. C3 (c) AMPconnector (3)

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT517123Circuit No.0.66.557.15Circuit No.TYPE:AMP2–178288–3USAGE:POWER CP1B+24V OUTPUT3210V+24VDIMENSIONFig. C3 (d) AMP connector (4)

  • Page 534

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03518SEPARATE: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–A2.92.94.25.5B–B17.8(9.3)(2.5)ABAB(f2.6)–AMP2.9(1.7)2.53.4PLA...

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT519(2)(1)(3)(4)(5)A(B)(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 for cable clampPlug (MR–20, 50MH...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03520External dimensions of 50–pin connectorFig. C4 (b) Honda connector (angled–type case)

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT521(2)(1)(3)2–M2AB1318.18.562.4HONDA1234567891011121314151617181920MR–20RMHMR–50RHFAB32.827.82061.456.450Symbol123NameCable clampScrew 2.6dia.×8Connector (MR–20,–50MH)Number ofterminalsFig. C4 (c) HONDA connector (male)

  • Page 538

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03522(2)(1)(3)2–M2AB1319.910.98.4HONDA8910111213123456714151617181920Symbol123NameCable clampScrew 2.6dia.×8Connector ( MR–20,– 50FH)MR–20RMHMR–50RMHAB32.827.82061.456.450Number ofterminals2.4Fig. C4 (d) HONDA connector (female)

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT5232345678910111213141516171811920212223242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950HONDAMR–50MH(50–core,plug)2345678910111213141516171811920212223242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950HONDAMR–50FH(50–core, jack)12...

  • Page 540

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/0352432 max.19.06307.765.08123Specification(Connector makernumber)Connector housing for cableContact(Crimp type)(Solder type)NameRemarksSMS3PNS–5RC16M–23T3RC16M–SCT3BrownFor details on tools required for crimpterminals,contact themanufacturer.M...

  • Page 541

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT525HIF3BB–50D–2.54R68.0760.9662.2363.650Section B–B’1.271.271.271.0915.614.4C3.82.77.0:1AAA’BB’2.543.811.272.546.0A6.0D3.510.57.00.30.951.053.54.52.3AD3.66.02.33.58.5MAIN BODYPROTECTORCRAMPASS’Y DIAGRAMSection A–A’HIF3BB–34D–2...

  • Page 542

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03526+0.218±0.151320.50–0.321.6+0.302 (pitch)Fig. C7 (a) Connector (Japan Aviation Electronics)(for MDI)

  • Page 543

    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT527Product nameDetailed contact diagramExcluding the crimp terminalContact positionSection A–AFig. C7 (b) Contact (Japan Aviation Electronics)(for MDI)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03528ABCFG10HJ6.1A 53.0D 7.8G 10.7B 38.3E 12.6H 1.2C 47.0F41.3J0.8AAE102–3.05fD1010.8A–A cross sectionFig. C8 (a) Punch panel connector for reader/puncher interfaceInterlock screwM2.6 P0.45 screwSmall round head screw1.2grooveSpring washer6.11.2...

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    B–63523EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT529Honda 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 side19Fig. C9 Honda connector

  • Page 546

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITB–63523EN/03530Type: AMP 178214–1Application: Used for the loader I/O boardDimensions:Fig. C10 AMP connectorType: Faston terminalUse:Frame groundingApplicable housing: 170604–1 manufactured by AMP Japan, Ltd. or FVDDF2–250 TYPE I (blue) manufactured ...

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    B–63523EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES531B 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES

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    B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63523EN/03532This section provides supplementary information about therecommended (FANUC–approved) 20–pin interface connectors usedwith the following target model.FANUC i seriesModels: PCR–EV20MDT (Honda Tsushin)52618–2011 (Molex Japan)These ...

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    B–63523EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES533Cable connectors consist of a connector main body and housing. Themodels listed below are available. Those connectors not marked with anasterisk are currently being mass–produced as manufacturer’s standardmodels. Those marked with...

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    B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63523EN/03534Strand 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–63523EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES535Connector modelD FI40B–2015S (formerly FI40–2015S)D FI40–20S FI40B–20S (formerly FI40A–20S)Housing model (applicable cable diameter)FI–20–CV (8.5 mm in diameter) onlyFI–20–CV2 (f6.2mm)FI–20–CV5 (f9.2mm)FI...

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    B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63523EN/03536Table B.5 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–63523EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES537Connector model referenced in the Connection ManualFANUC–approved connector (manufacturer)Wire forming toolPress–mountingtoolRemarkPCR–E20FAPCR–E20FAPCS–K2AFHPT–918ALow cost(Honda Tsushin)JGPS–015–1/1–20JGPS–014MFC–...

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    B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63523EN/03538Machine tool builders are required to manufacture or procure thematerials for the cable assemblies to be used with their products. FANUCrecommends the following materials as being suitable for interfaceconnectors. Individual machine to...

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    B–63523EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES539(a) SpecificationsItemUnitSpecificationsProduct No.–A66L–0001–0284#10PManufacturerHitachi Cable,Ltd.Oki Electric Cable, Co.,Ltd.Rating–60°C 30V:UL278980°C 30V:UL80276MaterialConductor–Stranded wire of tinned annealed copper ...

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    B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63523EN/03540(b) Cable structureBindingtapeShieldbraidSheathTwistedpair wire12345678910Wire identification table (Hitachi)Wire No.Insulator colorFirst wireSecondwire12345678109BlueYellowGreenRedPurpleBlueYellowGreenRedPurpleWhiteBrownThe numbers ass...

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    B–63523EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES541(a) SpecificationsItemUnitSpecificationsProduct No.–A66L–0001–0286Manufacturer–Oki Cable, Ltd.Hitachi Electric Cable Co., Ltd.Rating–80°C, 30VMaterialConductor,braid–shieldedwire,drain wire–Strand wire of tinned annealed...

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    B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63523EN/03542ItemSpecificationsUnitSheathColor–BlackStandard thickness (Theminimum thickness is at least85% of the standard thickness.)mm1.1Outside diametermm8.5Max. 9.0(1)Standard lengthm100Packing method–BundleElectricalperformanceElectric resi...

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    B–63523EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES543(c) SpecificationsItemSpecificationFANUC specification numberA66L–0001–0402A66L–0001–0403ManufacturerOki Electric Cable Co., Ltd.A–conductorB–conductorA–conductorB–conductorConductorConstitution Number of conductors/mm16/...

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    B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63523EN/03544ItemSpecificationFANUC 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–63523EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES545ItemUnitDescriptionSpecification–A66L–0001–0371Manufacture–HITACHI CABLE CO., LTD.Number of ConductorsCore5Inside Con-Sizemm20.14ductorComponentsConduc-tors(PCS)/mm7/0.16Material–Tin–coated Soft Copper WireDiametermm0.48Insul...

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    B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63523EN/03546BlackBlackWhiteWhiteBlueRedRedGreenGreenBlueAn example of circuit testing 20–pin interface cableΩResistorCheckevery pinPCB connectorCable (20–pin interface connector)PCR–E20LMD–SL (Honda)......

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    B–63523EN/03C. CONNECTION CABLE (SUPPLIED FROM US)547C CONNECTION CABLE (SUPPLIED FROM US)Maximum allowable cable length between unitsCable typeUse and conditionMaximumcable length(m)MDI cableControl unit–to–MDI unit50 mI/O Link cableElectrical cable10 m Note 2Electrical–to–optical conv...

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    C. CONNECTION CABLE (SUPPLIED FROM US)B–63523EN/03548PurposeDescriptionSpecificationLengthSpindle signalcable(when 3 or 4 serialspindles areconnected)Electrical–to–electricalPCR–E20FAFI–20–CV7A02B–0236–K8455 mSpindle signalcable(when 3 or 4 serialspindles areconnected)For serialco...

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    B–63523EN/03C. CONNECTION CABLE (SUPPLIED FROM US)549PurposeLengthSpecificationDescriptionManual pulsegenerator cable(for one unit)Control unit (JA3)áManual pulsegenerator terminalboardFI40–2015SM3 crimp style terminalA02B–0120–K8477 mManual pulsegenerator cable(for two units)Control uni...

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    C. CONNECTION CABLE (SUPPLIED FROM US)B–63523EN/03550PurposeLengthSpecificationDescriptionSerial spindlesignal cableControl unit (JA41)áElectric/opticalconverterPCR–E20FAA02B–0236–K8441 mSerial spindlesignal cableControl unit (JA41)áa series amplifier(JA7B)PCR–E20FAA02B–0236–K8105 m

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    B–63523EN/03D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE551D 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–63523EN/03552(1) Supported optical fiber cables(a) Internal cord type cable: A66L–6001–0023#LjRjjjCable length: 0.15 to 10 mCode diameter: 2.2 mm × 2 cordsTensile strength:Optical fiber cord 7 kg per cordBetween optical fiber cord and connector 2 kgMinimum bend...

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    B–63523EN/03D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE553Table D.1 Standard cable lengthInternal cord type cableExternal cableA66L–6001–0023#A66L–6001–0026#SpecificationLengthSpecificationLengthL150R00.15 mL1R0031.0 mL300R00.3 mL2R0032.0 mL500R00.5 mL3R0033.0 mL1R0031.0 mL5R0035.0 mL2R0032.0 mL7R0037.0 mL...

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    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63523EN/035543. 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–63523EN/03D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE555Electrical/optical conversion moduleLidOptical fiber cableOptical fiber cable capsFig. D.3 Protection of electrical/optical conversion module and optical fiber cable (when not in use)(2) Optical fiber cable• Make sure that the bending radius and tensile s...

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    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63523EN/03556pull it. Because the combined tensile strength of the two cords isonly 14 kg, however, avoid applying too great a force to the cableduring installation, regardless of whether you have taken theprotective measures.Optical connectorReinforcing coverWire with ...

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    B–63523EN/03D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE557Optical connectorOptical fiber cordReinforcing cover of externalcable or cord binding portion ofinternal cord type cableBending radius of 25 mm or more(Make the bending radius as large aspossible.)Cable clampBending radius of 50 mm or more (for reinforcing c...

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    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63523EN/035585. Optical fiber cable relayWhen used for the FANUC I/O Link application, optical fiber cablescan be connected by using an optical fiber adapter, as follows.(a) External view of an optical fiber adapter42"0.521"0.53.210.1632"0.3R1.618.2"0...

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    B–63523EN/03D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE5596. Optical fiber cable relay of FANUC high–speed serial busWith the FANUC high–speed serial bus, special low–loss opticalcables can be connected by using a special low–loss optical relayadapter as an optical fiber relay adapter.(a) External view of t...

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    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63523EN/035607. Precautions for connection with low–loss optical junction adapterD Features of and handling precautions for low–loss optical junctionadapter (A63L–0020–0004)When optical connectors for a conventional optical junctionadapter (A63L–0020–0002) ar...

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    B–63523EN/03D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE5618. Installing the optical fiber junction adapterThe optical fiber junction adapter should be installed within a cabinet,as a rule. If it is impossible to avoid installing it within a cabinet,protect the adapter and the optical cable portions (such as connec...

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    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63523EN/03562D Cleaning optical cablesFor the optical cables, it is important to clean the connectors at theirends. Any soiling on the optical fiber end surfaces will hamperoptical transmission, resulting in a malfunction. Wipe the opticalfiber end surfaces (that is, t...

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    B–63523EN/03E. LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD)563E 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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    E. LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD)B–63523EN/03564<6>With a dry soft cloth, wipe off moisture completely.2) Applying the protection sheet2–1) For A02B–0236–K110<1>Fold the tab over the front side (the side opposite to thebacking sheet).Fold<2>Peel off the backing sheet.<3...

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    B–63523EN/03E. LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD)5652–2) For A02B–0236–K130Peel off the white film attached on the back (facing the LCD)of the new protection sheet.Attach the protection sheet so that it is to the lower–left ofthe replacement tab. At this time, align the overhang edgeat botto...

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    F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACEB–63523EN/03566F 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–63523EN/03F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE567The 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–63523EN/03568WriteprotectswitchBatterycaseNameFunction1Write 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–63523EN/03F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE569Battery 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–63523EN/035701. OverviewFlash ATA card (5 V version) can also be used for data input/output.Because the flash ATA card incorporates a storage device andcontroller, it enables data input/output for a personal computerequipped with a PCMCIA interface without using any sp...

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    B–63523EN/03F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE5713. Flash ATA cards whose normal operation has been confirmedThe following table shows that the ATA Flash cards which areconfirmed to be worked on the Series 16i/18i/21i–MODEL B(note 1)by FANUC. (for February, 2001)The marks on the table mean bellow.Avail...

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    F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACEB–63523EN/03572PurposeVendorSpecificationCapacityFor DataInput/OutputFor automaticoperationfrom PCMCIAport.For DataserverRemarksHB286008A38MBAvailableAvailable—No productionHB286015A315MBAvailableAvailable—No productionHB286030A330MBAvailableAvailable—No production...

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    B–63523EN/03F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE573NOTE1 If a card other than the above is used, the operation is notguaranteed.2 The cards for 3.3 V cannot be used.3 The cards for 5 and 3.3 V (automatic switching) can be usedonly for the i Series.For a CNC other than the i Series, such a card can beinsert...

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    IndexB–63523EN/03i–1[Symbols]+24V Input Power Specifications, 60[Numbers]20–pin Interface Connectors and Cables, 5312A DO (Output Signal) Connection, 2252A Output Connector Pin Allocation, 2242A Output DO Signal Specifications, 22661–Key MDI Unit, 82[A]Action Against Noise, 41Additional T...

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    IndexB–63523EN/03i–2Connection of Operator’s Panel I/O Module (for Ma-trix Input), 247Connection of Operator’s Panel I/O Module and Pow-er Magnetics Cabinet I/O Module, 265Connection of Power Supply, 152Connection of Source Output Type Connection Unit,312Connection of the Detachable 7.2I ...

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    B–63523EN/03Indexi–3FANUC I/O Link Connection Unit, 322Floppy Disk Drive (Signal and Power Supply), 184Function Overview, 282Fuse Mounting Position, 304[G]General Connection Diagrams, 171General–purpose DI Signal Connection, 338General–purpose DI signal definition, 398General–purpose DO...

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    IndexB–63523EN/03i–4[N]Network Installation, 127Noise Suppressor, 47Notes on Installing a Separate Detector Interface Unit,164[O]Operating environment, 186Operator ’s Panel, 355Optical Fiber Cable, 551Order specification, 397Other Signal Addresses, 346Outline of main panel A, 385Outline of ...

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    B–63523EN/03Indexi–5Sub panel A/B/B1/C/C1 specification, 398System Configuration, 284[T]Temperature Rise within the Cabinet, 35Thermal Design of Operator’s Panel, 39Thermal Design of the Cabinet, 35Total Connection Diagram, 366Total Connection Diagrams, 22, 431Turning On and Off the Power t...

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    Revision RecordFANUCSeries 16i/160i/160is/18i/180i/180is/21i/210i/210is–MODEL B CONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE) (B–63523EN)03Oct., 2001DAddition of Series 160is/180is/210is (Chapter 14)DAddition of Series 18i/180i/180is–MB5DCorrection of errors02Jun., 2001DAddition of Stand–alone type i seri...

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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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