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    CONNECTION MANUAL (Hardware)B-61393E/06 FANUC Series 0 / 00 / 0-Mate

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    • No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form. • All specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.The export of this product is subject to the authorization of the government of the countryfrom where the product is exported.In this manual we have tried as much as ...

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    B–61393E/05DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEs–1DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEThis manual includes safety precautions for protecting the user and preventing damage to themachine. Precautions are classified into Warning and Caution according to their bearing on safety.Also, su...

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    B–61393E/06Table of Contentsc–1DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTES–1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. PREFACE1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. CONFIGURATION4. . . . . . . ....

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    B–61393E/06Table of Contentsc–26.2.3Descriptions on Signals83. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2.4Signal Connection with Power Magnetic Cabinet83. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    B–61393E/06Table of Contentsc–39.3.3High–Speed, High–Resolution A/B Phase Pulse Coder (20000P to 30000P, 24 m/min) (Built–in Incremental Pulse Coder)188. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.3.4A/B Phase Pulse Coder (Bui...

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    B–61393E/06Table of Contentsc–412.5.3Detailed Drawing of Connection Cable for Mode 1 (Multi–point)237. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.5.4Overall Connection Example for Mode 2 (Point–to–point)238. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1...

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    B–61393E/06Table of Contentsc–5D.7.1Configuration372. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D.8MOUNTING OF READER/PUNCHER385. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    B–61393E/06Table of Contentsc–6I. I/O UNIT–MODEL A530. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I.1CONNECTION OF THE FANUC I/O UNIT–MODEL A531. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I.1.1Structure of FA...

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    B–61393E/06Table of Contentsc–7M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUIT585. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.1OUTLINE586. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M.2BL...

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    B–61393E/061. PREFACE11 PREFACEThis manual describes the electrical and structural specifications requiredfor connecting the FANUC Series 0/00/0–Mate to a machine tool. Themanual outlines the components commonly used for FANUC CNCcontrol units, as shown in the configuration diagram in Chapter...

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    1. PREFACEB–61393E/062The table below lists manuals related to the FANUC Series 0/00/0–Mate.In the table, this manual is marked with an asterisk(*).Table 1 Manuals related to the Series 0/00/0–Mate CManual nameSpecificationnumberFANUC Series 0/00/0–Mate DESCRIPTIONSB–61392EFANUC Serie...

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    B–61393E/061. PREFACE3Table 1 Manuals related to the Series 0–DIIManual nameSpecificationnumberFANUC Series 0/00/0–Mate CONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE)B–61393E*FANUC Series 0/00/0–Mate CONNECTION MANUAL (FUNCTION)B–61393E–2FANUC Series 0/00/0–Mate FOR LATHE OPERATOR’S MANUALB...

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    2. CONFIGURATIONB–61393E/0642 CONFIGURATIONThe following figure shows the configuration of the electrical system ofthe machine tool with which the Series 0/00/0–Mate is used.This manual describes how to connect the units illustrated in this diagram.The machine tool body, machine operator’s ...

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    B–61393E/062. CONFIGURATION5Manual pulse generator(7.4)Heatexchanger(3.6)CRT/MDIunit (7.1.7.2)Machine opera-tor’s panel (AP-PENDIX D, E)Operator’spanel interface(APPENDIX F)I/O deviceControl unit(3.8)I/O unitServo amplifier(9)(6)Powermagnetic circuitMulti–tap transformer forthe control un...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0563 INSTALLATION

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION7The peripheral units, such as the control unit and CRT/MDI, have beendesigned on the assumption that they are housed in closed cabinets. Inthis manual “cabinet” refers to the following:D Cabinet manufactured by the machine tool builder for housing thecontrol unit...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/058When a cabinet is designed, it must satisfy the environmental conditionsdescribed in Section 3.1. In addition, the magnetic interference on theCRT screen, noise resistance, and maintenance requirements must beconsidered. The cabinet design must meet the following c...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION9D The units must be installed or arranged in the cabinet so that they areeasy to inspect and maintain.D The CRT screen can be distorted by magnetic interference.Arranging magnetic sources must be done with care.If magnetic sources (such as transformers, fan motors,ele...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0510The purpose of the thermal design of the cabinet is to limit the differencein temperature between the air in the cabinet and the outside air to 10°Cor less when the temperature in the cabinet increases.The internal air temperature of the cabinet increases when the u...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION11NameHeatlossRemarksBasic unit80WIncluded each printedboard of master, memory,I/O, axis control and Pow-er supply unitGraphic14WIncluded manual pulse 2or 3 pieces controllersCt lPMC–M14WControlunitIncreased I/O–B, F17WSUB CPU14W5/6 axis control16W7/8 axis control1...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0512Table 3.6 lists the heat exchangers. Cooling fins A, B and C are notprovided with a fan. Note that a fan motor is required for any of thesecooling fins when it is used as a heat exchanger.Table 3.6 List of Heat ExchangersNameOrdering specificationCooling capacityS...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION13It is installed in a cabinet made by the machine tool builder.Inside airflowOutsideair flowCabinetCooling finFig. 3.6.1(b) Internal view of cooling finThe cooling fin can be installed in two ways, as shown in Fig.3.6.1(b).The following lists the general precautions ...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/05141831964–M4mounting screw for cooling fins100906855704–M4mounting screwfor fan mountingplateExternal dimensionsTerminal block forfan motor G–04(Attached to thecooling fins. Itsheight is 20mm)1000Mounting diagram (example)7707045164150570260Panel cut drawing40Fan...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION15Panel cut drawing1010242444490Mounting hole for fan motor4–M4432400350370HoleHoleStud hole(Make a hole 5 dia. for fan motor)6–6 dia. hole or M5 stud bolt4–M4(Mounting hole for fan motor)5 dia64326Mounting stud for cooling finsTerminal block for fan motor G–04...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/05166–M4Mounting hole for fan motorTerminal blockfor fan motorG–04(Attached to thecooling fins. Itsheight is 20mm)5M–4(Mounting hole for fan motor)6–6 dia. hole or M5 stud boltExternal shape ofcooling finsMounting stud for cooling fins(Attached to the cooling fin...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION17Power terminaM4 screwAC 200VOuterdimension offinger guardholeWeight 0.65Outer dimensio ofexternal cooling fanAirinputAIRFLOWFig. 3.6.2(a) Outer dimension of fin and external cooling fan for 14″ CRT/MDI for Series 00(Specification number A02B–0087–K220 2 sets o...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0518Air outletholeOutsideAir outletInsidePrepare mounting paneland mounting screw6–mountingAir inletholeMain bodyof coolingExternal cooling fan (Attached)Finger guard (Attached)Reference mounting plate forexternal cooling fan. unit8–f3.66–f3.6Fig. 3.6.2(b) Mountin...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION19Horizontal type CRT/MDI onlyHorizontal type CRT/MDI andmachine operator’s panelSide viewInsideOutsideCRT/MDIHeat exchangerTop view370Min35370Min35Refer to these figures for allocation of CRT/MDI and heat exchangerFig. 3.6.2(c) Allocation of 14″color CRT/MDI and h...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0520Power inputterminal M4 screwAC200VThe fan unit should be installed at the upper position ofPCB in 14” CRT/MDI unit shouwn in the figure below. Air flowFan unitSee from back side of CRT/MDIAir flow5 to 10 mmFig. 3.6.2(d) Outer dimension of fan unit (for inner circu...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION21The heat pipe type heat exchanger is used for cooling the airtight cabinetof small sized electronic devices. It is a compact, lightweight, andheat–efficient unit. Because the fan is built–in, it is used simply byinstalling it, performing the “panel cut” ope...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0522622.419922621668522.41.6AIRFLOWAIR FLOWExternal fan unitInternal fan unitEarthterminalM4Power source terminal M4(Installation board thickness)17.59–9 dia.41519038519017.5External dimensions

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION23214175180HOLE3–5 dia.6–6 dia. or stud welder (M4)1901906187.52.5Panel cut dimensions

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0524Please install the heat exchanger by the following sequence:1 Take out the external fan unit from the heat exchanger main unit. (Fig.1)Detach the external fan unit installation screws A (2 pieces), take outthe unit from the main unit by sliding it down, and detach th...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION25The 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, and...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0526NOTE1 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.Cable of group B, CCable of group ACabinetSpindle amp.Servo amp.Control unitDu...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION27The following ground systems are provided for the CNC machine tool:D Signal ground system (SG)The signal ground (SG) supplies the reference voltage (0V) of theelectrical signal system.D Frame ground system (FG)The frame ground system (FG) is used for safety, and supp...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0528Connect the 0 V line of the electronic circuit in the control unit with theground plate of the cabinet via the signal ground (SG) terminal.The SG terminal is located on the printed circuit board at the rear of thecontrol unit.Ground cable usinga wire of 2 mm2 orgreat...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION29The 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 kill...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0530The CNC cables that require shielding should be clamped by the methodshown below. This cable clamp treatment is for both cable support andproper grounding of the shield. To insure stable CNC system operation,follow this cable clamp method.Partially peel out the she...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION31ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇControl unitGround plateMetal fittings for clampShield coverMachine sideinstallationboardFig. 3.7.5(b) Cable clamp (2)Prepare ground plate like the following figure.Mount screw holeHole for securing met...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/053212mm20mm8mmGroundplateFig. 3.7.5(d) Ground plate holes(Reference) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clamp.17mm28mm6mmMax. 55mmFig. 3.7.5(e) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clampOrdering specification for metal fittings for clamp A02B–0083–K301 (5 pieces)

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION33Each control P.C.B. of Series 0 is mounted in the slot as follows. NOTEConnection position of this figure are depended on each printed board.3.8CONTROL UNIT3.8.1Configuration of theControl Unit

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0534Part programs, offset data, and system parameters are stored in CMOSmemory in the control unit.The program stored in the memory of the control unit is kept after poweris cut off. Alcalic electric cells (single 3 cells) are used for thisfunction. The unit accommod...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION35Each control unit is factory–equipped with a battery so that the unit canretain the factory–set parameters. Never disconnect the battery while theunit is turned off, therefore. Mount the battery case containing the batteryon the cabinet, by means of the followi...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0536Procedure for replacing the battery1Have commercially available D–size alkaline cells ready forreplacement.2Turn on the control unit. Leave the control unit turned on until step 5is completed.3Remove the lid from the battery case.4Replace the cells, observing the ...

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION37Following diagram shows the grid of connector location.Control board may not have all connectors as shown above.For actual connector layout of each board, please see the connector layoutdiagrams next page or later.Screw M4 connected earth(Power supply unit AI)Fig. 3....

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0538Screw M4 connected earth(Power supply unit A, BI, C)Fig. 3.8.3 (b) Cable lead–in diagram (Control unit: B)

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    B–61393E/053. INSTALLATION39Fig. 3.8.3 (c) Cable lead–in diagram (Type–B axis card, power supply unit AI for CE marking is mounting)

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–61393E/0540CP1F1CP2 CP3CP4CP5 CP6F3F435801153565330Unit: mmConnector layout ofpower supply unit for CEmarking

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    B–61393E/064. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAM414 COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAM

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    4. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAMB–61393E/0642The complete connection diagram shows examples of connecting all PCboards that can fit into the slots of the master PC board. Some slots canaccept two or more PC boards which are connected to different devices.This drawing shows two or more identical ...

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    B–61393E/064. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAM43Common to control units A and BCAPPower supplyunit AICP1CP2CP2CP3CP14CP15BK3.FBK3.FBK3.FBWG6.FBN3.FBN6.FBK6.F BK6.FBN6.FPower supplyunit A, B1, CCP1CP14CP15CAP (Continued)Servo magneticcontactorON/OFF switchSingle–phase 200–VACinput200–VAC outpu...

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    4. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAMB–61393E/0644H50.FH20.FH50.FH50.FH50.FH20.FH20.FI/O E1–E3M201M202E1M218M219M220E2E3Memory cardCCX5M3MEMI/O (Continued)H50.MH50.MH50.FH50.FM1A M1BMB2A MB2BMachine operator’s panel (CE Marking)H50.MH50.MH50.MH20.MH50.MCN1 Display (CRT, PDP, EL)KM1 MDI unitH20...

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    B–61393E/064. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAM45COP5M5(Continued)H20.MMemory cardD25.FRelay connectorRS–232–C I/O unit (channel 0, channel 1)Tape readerRS–232–C I/O unit (channel 2)Manual pulse generator (first unit)H20.MM26H20.MH20.FH20.FH20.FSpindle controlcircuit (analog control)Spindle m...

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    4. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAMB–61393E/0646 (Continued)1st to 4th axiscontrol (Axis control PC board supporting A/B–phase pulse coder)CN1 Servo amplifier(Digital control)First axisH20.MH20.FM34AXEAC servo motorH20.FM35(Command)(Velocity/position feedback)A/B–phase pulse coder (Servo system ...

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    B–61393E/064. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAM47(Continued)1st to 4th axiscontrol(Axis control PC board supporting serial pulse coder)CN1 Servo amplifier(Digital control)First axisH20.MH20.FM184AXEAC servo motorH20.FM185(Command)(Velocity/position feedback)Serial pulse coderA/B–phase pulse coder(S...

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    4. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAMB–61393E/0648(Continued)1st to 4th axiscontrol(Axis control PC board for type B interface)JS1Ba series servo amplifier (Digital control) First axisHF20.FHF20.FJS1AAXEAC servo motor(Command)Serial pulse coder(Servo system of semi–closed loop)JS1B Servo amplifier(D...

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    B–61393E/064. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAM49M24(Continued)PMCPMC–M(PC board not supporting I/O–Link)(Continued)H20.MH20.FH50.MH50.FM61(M261)H50.MH50.FM62(M262)H50.MH50.FM78(M278)H20.MH20.FM79(M279)H50.MH50.FM80(M280)Expansion I/O–B2, F1M60CP5124–VDCinputI/O moduleOPTOPTCOP4M25CRT/MDI ada...

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    4. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAMB–61393E/0650(Continued)GRGraphic(or circuit for controlling two manual pulse generators)H20.FH20.FCCX4Display (CRT, PDP)Manual pulse generator (second or third unit)H20.FM21Cannot be used with the Series 00Connected to M80 of the MMC1 unit* For graphic display, no...

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    B–61393E/064. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAM51(Continued)5th/6th axiscontrol(Axis control PC board supporting A/B–phase pulse coder)AXSH20.MM64H20.FM65H20.FM66Fifth–axis servo amplifier, motor, pulse coder,scale(Same as the connection of the first axis ofthe 1st–4th axis control PC board sup...

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    4. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAMB–61393E/0652(Continued)5th/6th axiscontrol(Axis control PC board supporting serial pulse coder)AXSH20.MM204H20.FM205H20.FM206Fifth–axis servo amplifier, motor, pulse coder,scale(Same as the connection of the first axis of the1st–4th axis control PC board suppo...

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    B–61393E/064. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAM53(Continued)Optional configuration of control unit B onlyRemote bufferDNC2 for control unit BSPH20.FM73External I/O unit (Program File Mate, personal computer)(Channel 3)RS–422 (Using external clock)H20.FM77External I/O unit (Program File Mate, person...

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    4. COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAMB–61393E/0654M137 (Continued)7th/8th axiscontrol(Axis control PC board supporting A/B–phase pulse coder)AXAH20.MM134H20.FM135H20.FM136Seventh–axis servo amplifier, motor, pulsecoder, scale(Same as the connection of the first axis ofthe 1st–4th axis control PC...

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    B–61393E/065. POWER SUPPLY UNIT555 POWER SUPPLY UNIT

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    5. POWER SUPPLY UNITB–61393E/0656Select the type of power source with reference to the list below. When theapparatus to be used does not apply to examples 1 to 5, total up the pointson the right and select the type of power from that figure.Printed circuit boardExample 1Example 2Example 3Examp...

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    B–61393E/065. POWER SUPPLY UNIT57SRCP11-6CP11-5CP11-3CP11-2CP11-1CNC521R3G4PA6PBSCP11Input unit or power ON/OFF circuitJAPAN FCI 6–pin connector, black (SMS6P–1 : Housing)GCNCContact capacity250 VAC, 3A or30 VDC, 5AAC200V, 1f, 50HzAC200/220V, 1f, 60HzTo GroundPower ready signal outputPBPA5....

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    5. POWER SUPPLY UNITB–61393E/0658Connect power ON/OFF circuit as shown below.Optional input unit may be used instead of this circuit. (See 5.2.2)OFF delay timer (500 ms)Contact in control unitON buttontm (Timer contact)OFF buttonTMPAPBMCCSK(MCC contact)SKMCCAC200VFuseMagnetic contactorControlun...

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    B–61393E/065. POWER SUPPLY UNIT59(1) The figure below shows the connection when the input unit is used.TP1 M4 screw terminalCP2CP11Control unitInput unitConnector521R3G4PA6PBSSRRS200 VAC, 1f, 50Hz or 200/220VAC, 1f, 60 HzGround of class 3or higherGTP2 M4 screw terminalEOFEONEONEOFON/OFF butt...

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    5. POWER SUPPLY UNITB–61393E/0660(2) Input unitThe input unit receives input AC power and the ON/OFF button signaland supplies the ON/OFF–controlled AC power to the control unit andperipheral equipment.(a) Connection diagramÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–61393E/065. POWER SUPPLY UNIT61(ii) CP3, CP4, CP5, CN2, CP41: JAPAN FCI 3–pin connector,black123RSG(iii) CP6: JAPAN FCI 3–pin connector, whiteALA and ALB are provided to receive an alarm signal from anI/O module and to turn off the system. Input a contact signalthat will close the cont...

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    5. POWER SUPPLY UNITB–61393E/0662(ii) Connection between the input unit and I/O moduleAC200/220V,1fI/O moduleInput unitPBPAGSRCP31-6CP31-5CP31-2CP31-3CP31-1CP5-3CP5-2CP5-1Not usedALBALACP6-2CP6-1Terminal block T1(iii) Connection between the input unit and 14″ color CRT orseparate tape reader1...

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    B–61393E/065. POWER SUPPLY UNIT63(Power off)T off onT on y 500msecT off y 500msecT off on y 5secBetween EONand COMBetween EOFand COMT offT on(Power on)ON/OFF Timing DiagramThe external power ON/OFF contact should satisfy the followingrequirements:Withstand voltage: 50 VDC or higher (between co...

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    5. POWER SUPPLY UNITB–61393E/0664(3) How to use input unitAC powersupply 1EON EOF COMDCoutputAlarm signalInput unitAC powersupply 2Power supplyunitOutput voltagemonitor circuitOFF switchON switch(Reference)A power supply unit incorporating an input unit isalso available. This is a combined uni...

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    B–61393E/065. POWER SUPPLY UNIT65(1) When the ON/OFF switch is used:T off onT offT onT off y 500msecT on y 500msecT off on y 5secEOF-COMEON-COMPower supply(2) When the AC power supply 1 is turned on/off while theEON–COM and EOF–COM remain short–circuited:T offw 2.5sec(Equal to or more tha...

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    5. POWER SUPPLY UNITB–61393E/0666To power ON/OFF circuit(The functions of input unit areincluded in this power supply.)JAPAN FCI 3–pin (black)(A02B-0072-K892)JAPAN FCI 6–pin (white and gold plated)(A02B-0096-K892)JAPAN FCI 3–pin (black)(A02B-0072-K892)Power unit200RCP2 (SMS3RK-3TK2)12320...

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    B–61393E/065. POWER SUPPLY UNIT671) Interface12345ONOFFCOMALFAFB6ONOFF Power ON/OFF contact signal inputCOMALFAFBCP3 : SMS6RW-4D28External alarm contact signal inputWhen an alarm occurs in any place other than this power supply unit,the contact signal from outside allows this power supply to b...

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    5. POWER SUPPLY UNITB–61393E/0668CP1 (200 to 240 VAC input)3G2S1R3G2 200B1 200A320V1 +24E3G2 200B1 200A320V1 +24VB3FBB2FAB1ALA3 COMA2 OFFA1 ONCP3 (AC output)CP6 (+24E output)CP5 (+24V output)CP2 (AC output)F3(+24V fuse, 5 A)F4 (+24E fuse, 5 A)CP4 (Power control)6–pin connectorALM (Alarm lamp)...

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    B–61393E/065. POWER SUPPLY UNIT69ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃPower supply unitCP1(200 to 240 VAC input)CP2 (AC output)CP4 (Power control)CP3 (AC output)Regulator3G2S1RB3FBB2FAB1ALA3COMA2OFFA1ON3G2200B1200A3G2200B1200ACP5(+24V output)320V1+24VCP6(+24E output)320V1+24EJapan AMP1–178...

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    5. POWER SUPPLY UNITB–61393E/0670The power supply unit indicated below is certified as conforming to DINVDE 0160 (German safety standard for power supplies) by TÜVRhineland.D Certified power supply unitA16B–1212–0950 (Order number: A02B–0098–H014)D Operating requirements1) The cabinet...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O716 CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0672The Series 0 is provided with an I/O card as the standard machine interfaceI/O. The internal I/O card is available in six types, which provide differenttypes of output signals and different numbers of I/O signals.When the required I/O signals ...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O73The internal I/O card is available in six types, which have different outputsignals and different numbers of I/O signals.Table 6.2 Internal I/O cardsOutput signalNumber of inputsignalsNumber of outputsignalsConnector that can be usedI/O C54040...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0674(b) The receiver circuit of this signal is as Fig. 6.2.1 (a).The time standard of this signal is of Fig. 6.2.1 (b).Receiver circuitFilter and levelconverter circuitMachine toolCNC+24VDirect current input signalReceiver outputsignalContact open:...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O75Receiver circuitFilter and levelconverter circuitMachine toolCNCDirect current input signalReceiver outputsignalContact open:Logic 0Contact closed:Logic 1Resistor+24VFig. 6.2.1 (c) Receiver circuit2ms maxReceiver output signalLogic 0Logic 1OFF...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0676Sample DI connection of expansion I/O cardSink inputControl unitContactFilter and levelconverter circuitOpen: Logic 0Close: Logic 1ResistorInput signal DI+24E0VCOMn+24EFig. 6.2.1 (e)COMn+24E0V Input signal DISource inputControl unitResistorCo...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O77(ii)Saturation voltage when the output is on1.6 Vmax, 1.0 Vtyp at a load current of 200 mA(iii)Withstand voltage when the output is offUp to 24 V +20%, including an instantaneous value(iv)Leakage current when the output is offUp to 100 µA(b) O...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0678(2) Direct current output signal B(a)Driver ratings(i) Maximum load current when the output is onUp to 250 mA, including an instantaneous value(ii)Maximum voltage drop when the output is on6 IL (volt)where IL is a load current(Example) When IL...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O79NOTE1 When connecting inductive loads like relays in the machine tool side, a spark killer must beinserted. The spark killer must also be inserted as near as possible (within 20 cm) to the load.When connecting capacitance load in the machine t...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0680The figure below shows the signal assignment of the internal I/O card.The CNC for machining center (M series) systems and that for lathe (Tseries) systems use different signals.NOTESeries 0–PD is in need of PMC. See Subsec. 6.2.5 formachine i...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O81(b) Signals output from the CNC to the machine (system withoutPMC)#7OP048#6SA#5STL#4SPL#3#2ZPZ/EF#1ZPY#0ZPXY048NO.ADDRESSDGNPMCBIT NUMBERM SeriesM2–5M2–6M2–7M2–8M2–27M2–26M2–25MA049ENBDENRSTALY049M2–9M2–41M2–22M2–23M2–24...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0682012X012M20–45M20–14M20–44M20–13M20–43M20–12M20–42M20–27014X014M20–49M20–18M20–48M20–17M20–47M20–16M20–42M20–15HX/ROV1016*DECX–X+XSBKBDTX016M1–6M1–38M1–20M1–21M1–11M1–12HZ/ROV2017*DECZ–Z+ZMLKMPI/MI...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O83Refer to another function version for the descriptions on signals.Following are signal connection with power magnetic cabinet.1234567891011121314151617180V0V0V0VSORHXROV1HYROV2HZDRNMLK*ILKSBKBDTZRNSARFINSTMP2MP1MINP1920212223242526272829303132*...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06841234567891011121314151617180V0V0V0VSORHXROV1HZROV2DRNMLKMP1MINPSBKBDTZRNSARFINSTSTLKMIX1920212223242526272829303132*ESP–X+X–Z+ZGR2GR1RT*SP+24E+24E+24E+24E333435363738394041424344454647484950*OV8*OV4*OV2*OV1*SSTP*DECK*DECZ*+LZERSPN8PN4PN2PN1...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O85Control unitPin numberBit numberAddress numberFilter and levelconverter circuitResistorAutomatic operation start signalAutomatic operation stop signalMode selectionsignalJog/step feed direction selection signalJog/step feed direction selection ...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0686Control unitPin numberBit numberAddress numberMachine lock signalFilter and levelconverter circuitResistorEmergency stop signalFeedrate override signal and jogfeedrate signalJog feedrate (inch/min)Override value (%)Jog feedrate (mm/min)Type–A...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O87Control unitPin numberBit numberAddress numberSpeed reached signalFilter and levelconverter circuitResistorSpindle stop signalSpindle orientation in progress signalWorkpiece number selection signalWorkpiece numberThe circuit indicated above use...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0688Control unitPin numberBit numberAddress numberSingle block signalFilter and levelconverter circuitResistorOptional block skip signalReference position return signalReference position returndeceleration signalReference position returndeceleratio...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O89Forward current:10 mA or higherWithstand reverse voltage:30 V or higherSaturation voltage:Up to1 V (IF = 10 mA)Control unitPin numberBit numberAddress numberFilter and levelconverter circuitMode selectionswitchManual handle feed axis selection/...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0690Control unitPin numberBit numberAddress numberInterlock signalFilter and levelconverter circuitResistorControl unit (expansion I/O cards C6/C7/E6/E7)Automatic tool compensation signal (X–axis)Automatic tool compensation signal (Y–axis)Autom...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O91Diode ratingsForward current:10 mA or higherWithstand reverse voltage:30 V or higherSaturation voltage:Up to 1 V (IF = 10 mA)Dry run switchControl unitPin numberBit numberAddress numberManual handle feed axis selection/override signalMode selec...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0692Control unitPin numberBit numberAddress numberInterlock signalFilter and levelconverter circuitResistorMirror image signalControl unit (expansion I/O cards C6/C7/E6/E7)Automatic tool compensation signal (X–axis)Automatic tool compensation sig...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O93Control unit (I/O–C5, C6, C7)Pin numberRegulated power supplyAddress numberBit numberSink driverResistorResistorResistorResistorResistorAutomatic operation activation in progresssignalAutomatic operation stop signalX–axis reference position...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0694Control unit (I/O–C5, C6, C7)Pin numberRegulated power supplyAddress numberBit numberSink driverRelayRelayMiscellaneous function code signalMiscellaneous function code signalMiscellaneous function code signalMiscellaneous function code signal...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O95Control unit (I/O–C5, C6, C7)Pin numberRegulated power supply (DC)Address numberBit numberSink driverRelayRelaySpindle–speed function code signalSpindle–speed function code signalSpindle–speed function code signalSpindle–speed functio...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0696Control unit (I/O–C5, C6–C7)Pin numberRegulated power supplyAddress numberBit numberSink driverRelayRelayMiscellaneous function code read signalSpindle–speed function code read signalTool function code read signalSpindle enable signalThe ...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O97Control unit (I/O–E1, E2, E3)Address numberBit numberNeutral and static insulation sink driverPin numberRegulated power supply (DC)DriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverResistorResistorResistorResistorResistorAutomatic operation act...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/0698Control unit (I/O–E1, E2, E3)Address numberBit numberNeutral and static insulation sink driverPin numberRegulated power supply (DC)DriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayThe circuit indicated a...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O99Control unit (I/O–E1, E2, E3)Address numberBit numberNeutral and static insulation sink driverPin numberRegulated power supply (DC)DriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayThe circuit indicated a...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06100Control unit (I/O–E1, E2, E3)Address numberBit numberNeutral and static insulation sink driverPin numberRegulated power supply (DC)DriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayRelaySpindle–speed functi...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O101Control unit (I/O–E1, E2, E3)Address numberBit numberNeutral and static insulation sink driverPin numberRegulated power supply (DC)DriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverDriverRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayRelayThe circuit indicated ...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06102Two PMCs are available for the Series 0: the PMC–MODEL L andPMC–MODEL M.When a PMC is used, a signal input from the machine is input to the PMC,which outputs a signal to the CNC according to the input signal andsequence program. A signal...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O103X17.5X18.5Y82.50V0V10V20V30V419X21.420X16.321X16.222X17.35X20.56X16.77X17.78X18.723X17.224X18.325X18.226X21.69X17.110X17.027X21.52833X21.334X21.235X21.136X21.037X20.638X16.5394041X21.742X22.711X16.112X16.013X20.714X20.415X20.316X20.217X20.118X...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06104X18.5X17.5Y82.50V0V10V20V30V4X21.4X16.3X16.2X17.35X20.56X16.77X17.78X18.7X17.2X18.3X18.2X21.69X17.110X17.0X21.5X21.3X21.2X21.1X21.0X20.6X16.5X21.7X22.711X16.112X16.013X20.714X20.415X20.316X20.217X20.118X20.0X22.6X22.5X22.4X22.3X22.2X22.1X22.00...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O105Table 6.2.5 (a) Signal pin assignment and common signal pin assignment for input signalsSignal addressSignal pin assignmentCommon signal pin assignmentSignal that is directly monitoredby the CNCgI/O–CI/O–ENo.I/O–CI/O–ENo.by the CNCX00...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06106Signal addressSignal pin assignmentCommon signal pin assignmentSignal that is directly monitoredby the CNCgI/O–CI/O–ENo.I/O–CI/O–ENo.by the CNCX06#3M18M21843M18M21828X06#4M18M21813X06#5M18M21844*DEC4 (0–PD)X06#6M18M218144NG (0–PD)X...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O107Signal addressSignal pin assignmentCommon signal pin assignmentSignal that is directly monitoredby the CNCgI/O–CI/O–ENo.I/O–CI/O–ENo.by the CNCX14#0M20M22015M20M22029X14#1M20M22046X14#2M20M22016X14#3M20M22047X14#4M20M22017*ESP (0–PD)...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06108Signal addressSignal pin assignmentCommon signal pin assignmentSignal that is directly monitoredby the CNCgI/O–CI/O–ENo.I/O–CI/O–ENo.by the CNCX20#1M1M20117Always sink inputX20#2M1M20116X20#3M1M20115X20#4M1M20114X20#5M1M20105X20#6M1M20...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O109Table 6.2.5 (b) Signal pin assignment and common signal pin assignment for output signalsExpansion I/O cards C5, C6 and C7 are fixed to sink output. Expansion I/O cards E5, E6, and E7 can be set to sink output or source output, by setting th...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06110Signal addressSignal pinSignal pinCommon signal pinSignal addressI/O–CNo.I/O–ENo.CommonI/O–ENo.Y52#0M218M20218Y52#1M217M20217Y52#2M216M20216Y52#3M215M20215COMO2M20202Y52#4M214M20214COMO2M20202Y52#5M213M20213Y52#6M212M20212Y52#7M211M20211...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O111Signal addressSignal pinSignal pinCommon signal pinSignal addressI/O–CNo.I/O–ENo.CommonI/O–ENo.Y82#0M1909M21909Y82#1M1910M21910Y82#2M1911M21911Y82#3M1912M21912COMO6M21919Y82#4M1913M21913COMO6M21919Y82#5M1914M21914Y82#6M1915M21915Y82#7M19...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06112When the required I/O signals outnumber the maximum number of I/Osignals that can be supported by the internal I/O card, an external I/O unitis connected. Connection can be made with or without FANUC I/O Link.To add I/O points without FANUC I...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O113M604M24(01)M24(02)M60(15)1SOUT2*SOUT34111213SIN5678*SIN910Control unitPMC–MODEL M P.C.BConnector of J39M24 (MR–20RFA)M241+24Power supply unit20V3CP14J39CP14J361SOUT2*SOUT3111213SIN5678*SIN910Additional I/O B2, F1M60 (MR–20RMD)1+2420V3CP5...

  • Page 124

    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/061140V10V20V30V4X1008.4X1005.3X1005.2X1005.15X1007.56X1005.77X1005.68X1006.7X1005.0X1006.3X1006.2X1008.69X1006.610X1006.4X1008.5X1008.3X1008.2X1008.1X1008.0X1007.6X1005.5X1005.4X1006.5X1008.7X1009.711X1006.112X1006.013X1007.714X1007.415X1007.316X1...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O1150V10V20V30V4X1008.4X1005.3X1005.2X1005.15X1007.56X1005.77X1005.68X1006.7X1005.0X1006.3X1006.2X1008.69X1006.610X1006.4X1008.5X1008.3X1008.2X1008.1X1008.0X1007.6X1005.5X1005.4X1006.5X1008.7X1009.711X1006.112X1006.013X1007.714X1007.415X1007.316X1...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06116Table 6.3.1 (b) Signal pin assignment and common signal pin assignment for input signalsSignal addressSignal pin assignmentCommon signal pin assignmentSignal addressI/O–B2I/O–F1No.I/O–B2I/O–F1No.X1000#0M78M27833X1000#1M78M27819X1000#2...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O117Signal addressSignal pin assignmentCommon signal pin assignmentSignal addressI/O–B2I/O–F1No.I/O–B2I/O–F1No.X1003#3M78M27843X1003#4M78M27813X1003#5M78M27844X1003#6M78M27814X1003#7M78M27845X1004#0M78M27815M78M27829X1004#1M78M27846X1004#2...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06118Signal addressSignal pin assignmentCommon signal pin assignmentSignal addressI/O–B2I/O–F1No.I/O–B2I/O–F1No.X1006#0M61M26112X1006#1M61M26111X1006#2M61M26125X1006#3M61M26124X1006#4M61M26110X1006#5M61M26140X1006#6M61M26109X1006#7M61M26108...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O119Signal addressSignal pin assignmentCommon signal pin assignmentSignal addressI/O–B2I/O–F1No.I/O–B2I/O–F1No.X1009#4M61M26145Always sink inputX1009#5M61M26144X1009#6M61M26143X1009#7M61M26142X1010#0M80M28039X1010#1M80M28009X1010#2M80M2802...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06120Table 6.3.1 (c) Signal pin assignment and common signal pin assignment for output signalsExpansion I/O card B2 is fixed to sink output. Expansion I/O card F1 can be set to either sink output or source output by setting the commonsignal accor...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O121Signal addressSignal pinSignal pinCommon signal pinSignal addressI/O–B2No.I/O–F1No.CommonI/O–F1No.Y1023#0M6218M26218Y1023#1M6217M26217Y1023#2M6216M26216Y1023#3M6215M26215COMO3M26201Y1023#4M6214M26214COMO3M26201Y1023#5M6213M26213Y1023#6M6...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06122Signal addressSignal pinSignal pinCommon signal pinSignal addressI/O–B2No.I/O–F1No.CommonI/O–F1No.Y1026#0M7909M27909Y1026#1M7910M27910Y1026#2M7911M27911Y1026#3M7912M27912COMO6M27919Y1026#4M7913M27913COMO6M27919Y1026#5M7914M27914Y1026#6M7...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O123I/O signals can be added by using FANUC I/O Link. To use FANUC I/OLink, an optional PMC–M PC board with I/O Link is required. The PCboard is mounted in the PMC slot (connector name: CS3) of the controlunit.Observe the restrictions and pre...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06124(1) Configuration of the I/O Link (Eg)The figure below illustrates a typical I/O Link configuration.FS0–CI/O–CPower unitESP, DEC, SKIP and other signals di-rectly controlled by the CNCJ36 power cableExternal powersupply(DC24V)PMC–MI/O Li...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O125(2) Signal cable connectionsDetails of the K1X cable shown in the connection diagram are givenbelow.a) When FD–Mate is master and FS0 is slave01 SIN02 *SIN03 SOUT04 *SOUT0V0V0V0V0506070809101920FD–Mate(Master)or Previous group (Eg:FS0–C)...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06126c) Expansion I/O–B3 power cable connection (J36)1+24V20VControl unitPower supply unitCP14I/O–B3CP51Connector JAPAN FCISMS3PNS–5J3631+24V20V3Fig. 6.3.2.1 (d)NOTEFor a power supply unit that qualifies for CE marking, adifferent connector i...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O127e) Cable K1X detailsJD1ASIN(1)*SIN(2)SOUT(3)*SOUT(4)0V(11)0V(12)0V(13)0V(14)JD1B(3) SOUT(4) *SOUT(1)SIN(2)*SIN(11)0V(12)0V(13)0V(14)0VFig. 6.3.2.1 (f)S The SIN, *SIN and SOUT, *SOUT signals must be connectedby twisted pair cable.S Recommended ...

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06128The PMC–M addresses of DI/DO connected via the FANUC I/O Link areas shown in the table below.Since the expansion I/O–B3 can also be connected to the I/O Link, it alsouses the same addresses. Care must be taken, on the other hand, with the...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O129The K1X cable shown in the feneral connection diagram can be extendedby means of an optical I/O Link adaptor to a maximum of 200m usingoptical fiber cable.(1) Dimensionsconnector forconnection tounitJD1FANUC18.066.040.0optical connectorCOP145....

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    6. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/OB–61393E/06130(b) Interunit connection cable (K3X)Unit sideJD1A,JD1BSIN(01)*SIN(02)SOUT(03)*SOUT(04)+5V(09)+5V(18)+5V(20)0V(11)0V(12)0V(13)0V(14)0V(15)0V(16)Adapter sideJD1(03)SOUT(04)*SOUT(01)SIN(02)*SIN(09)+5V(18)+5V(20)+5V(11)0V(12)0V(13)0V(14)0V(15)0V(1...

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    B–61393E/066. CONNECTION OF MACHINE INTERFACE I/O131(6) Other informationIf this adaptor is used when configuring an I/O Link then the followingcomponent parts will be required.S Optical I/O Link adaptor: 2S Interunit connecting cable: 2S Optical cable: 1

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    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/061327 CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT133The display unit of the CNC is used to display information such as CNCprograms and parameters to the operator and to assist the operator in theoperation of the machine.For the Series 0, CRT, PDP, EL, and LCD display units are available. Thisse...

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    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06134For each display unit, either of the following two video signal interfacesis used:TypeDisplay unitACRT unit, PDP unit, EL unitBLCD unit, 14″ CRT unit qualifying for CE marking1RVDO2HSYN3VSYN4GVDO110V12 0V13145BVDO6780V1516171890V10 0V1920Cont...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT1351RVDO2HSYN3VSYN4GVDO0V0V5BVDO6780V90V10 0VControl unitMemory cardCCX5Graphics cardCCX4(MR–20RMD)1RVDO20V3GVDO40VVSYN0V5BVDO60V780VHSYN910(PCR–EV20MDT)RVDO184111234RVDO0VGVDO0VMaximum cable length: 50 mRecommended cable kit: A02B–0098–K8...

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    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06136Cable specifications (A66L–0001–0371)ItemUnitMaterial, specificationsCode*A66L–0001–0371Manufacturer*Hitachi Cable, Ltd.Manufacturer cable code*C0–IREFV (0)–CX–75–SB5X0.14SQNumber of coaxial cablesCables5Internal conductorSizemm...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT137Cable specifications (A66L–0001–0371)ItemMaterial, specificationsUnitInsulation resistance at 20°C (between internal and external conductors)MΩ/km1000 or higherCharacteristic impedance (10 MHz)Ω75"5Standard capacitance (1 kHz)nF/k...

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    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06138The required supply voltage varies with the display unit. Also, somedisplay units, while requiring the same supply voltage, may use differentconnectors.Use a power cable containing conductors of 30/0.18 (0.8 mm2) or greater.(1) 9″ monochrome...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT139(2) 9″ color CRT, 14″ color CRT (standard type), PDP (standard type), andELCN2 (SMS3RK–STK2)1200A2200B3GPower supply unit AICP2 (SMS3RK–STK2)Input unitCP5Display unitCable side connectorHousing: JAPAN FCI SMS3PN–5Contact: JAPAN FCI R...

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    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06140(4) PDP (CE marking type)The power supply unit AI qualifying for CE marking, or the powersupply unit B2 can be used. The power supply unit A and powersupply unit AI cannot be used because they do not provide 24 VDC.CN2 (B2P–VH)1+24V20V3Power...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT141Some separate display units have soft keys. These units have flat cablesfor the soft keys. Connect the soft key cable to connector KM2 of aseparate MDI unit.KM2Separate display unitSeparate MDI unitThe flat cable is about 500 mm long.The 9″...

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    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06142(2) Connecting to the power supply unit AI9″ CRT/MDI unit, 9″ PDP/MDI unit, 7.2″ LCD/MDI unit of full–keytypeCP3 (SMS6RW–4D28)Cable–side connectorHousing: JAPAN FCI SMS6PN–5Contact: JAPAN FCI RC16M–23T3 or RC16M–SCT31ON2OFF3...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT143(3) Connecting to the power supply unit AI (CE marking type)9″ CRT/MDI unit, 9″ PDP/MDI unit, 7.2″ LCD/MDI unit of full–keytypeCP4Cable–side connector (CP4)Housing: Japan AMP 2–178129–6Contact: Japan AMP 1–175218–21ON2OFF3CO...

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    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06144The LCD has controllers for fine adjustment of the video signal.The controllers are required for eliminating slight disagreements betweenthe NC unit and LCD. The controllers must be adjusted at installation orwhen the display circuit hardware ...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT145(1) Adjustment positions (viewed from the rear of the display)TM1SW1(2) Adjustment(a) Setting the horizontal positionS By adjusting SW1, the horizontal position can be changed asdescribed below:When SW1 is turned to the next position in the + d...

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    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/061461*KCM082*KCM003*KCM014*SW0611*SW0512*SW0313*SW0114*KCM045*SW046*SW027*SW008*KCM0215*KCM0516*KCM0617*KCM07189*KCM0310*SW071920Control unitMemory cardM3(MR–20RMD)(MR–20RFM)*KCM08(01)(02)(03)(04)Use a unified shield cable of up to 50 m long.Re...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT147A program input/output unit, such as tape reader or FANUC FLOPPYCASSETTE, can be connected to the M5 or M74 connector of the controlunit.CNCControl unitM5, M74 (MR20FH)Relay connector(DBM–25S)FGSDRDRSCSDRSGCDER+24V1(TTY1)2(TTY2)34(TTY3)111213...

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    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06148(1) Connection between unitsCNCM5 MR20FH1TTY12TTY234TTY3(+24V)5678910 0VM511121314151617181920NOTE1 The connection cable is not available as an optional item ofthe reader/punch interface. Use a unified shield cable.2 When the ASR33 interface i...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT149(2) Signals CNC+5V+15V10K560W0.5WSN75463Input command informationTTY30VLogic 1: 3.1 V or higherLogic 2: 2.0 V or lowerTTY1TTY2 Punch (print) informationLogic 0: 100 mALogic 1: 100 µALogic 1Logic 012345678Start bitBits 1 to 8 (singl...

  • Page 160

    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06150ÃÃÃÃRelaying connector signal layout123411121314 +24V5ER678RD1516 CD17 SG18 DR9SD19 CSCNCControl unitM5, M74 (MR-20RFD)1020 RSInput power supplyFGRelayingcable85 to 125VAC50/60Hz"3Hz, 0.2KVARelaying connectorConnector : DBM-25S (JAPAN ...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT1511FGSDRDRSCSDRSGCD2345678910111213141516171819202122232425ER+24VFG200VAC (+10%, –15%)50/60Hz "1Hz, 110VA (Without real)50/60Hz "1Hz, 130VA (With real)PortabletapereaderCable side plugWF7013 (MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC WORKS CO., LTD.)Plug r...

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    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/061521FGSDRDRSCSDRSGCD2345678910111213141516171819202122232425ER+24FGFANUCFLOPPYCASSETTERelayingcableRelaying connectorConnector : DBM-25S (JAPAN AVIATION ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY., LTD.)Lock metal : D20418-J2(JAPAN AVIATIONELECTRONIC INDUSTRY., LTD.)Cab...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT153(19)(20) (9)(8)(5)(18)(16)(17)CNC200A200BG1RSG23200A200BG1FG2SD3RD456DR7SG891011RDY1213141516171819202122232425M3 screw terminalTape readerJAPAN FCISMS3PK–5Connector :DB-25PLock metalD110278(JAPAN AVIATION ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY., LTD.)DB-25S-T...

  • Page 164

    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06154MR–20LFH CNC1RSG23Tape readerCD8 (MR–20RM)1RSG23CP41JAPAN FCI, LTD.SMS3PK–51223344111112121313141455ER667788RD151516161717 SG1818 DR99SD1919 CS10102020 RS1123411121314 +24V5ER678RD1516...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT155Generally 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 ...

  • Page 166

    NOTESignal on/off state is defined as follows;7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06156SignalnameRS–232–CcircuitnumberI/ODescriptionSD103Output SendingdataStart bitStop bitON4123856 7RD104InputReceiv-ing dataOFF4(When ISO code “0” is sent)123856 7RS105Output SendingrequestThis...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT157Generally, two transmission methods are available at the serial interface.Series 0 use the start–stop method. With this method, start and stopsignals are output before and after each data bit.One character in start–stopB1B2B3B4B5B6B7B8Star...

  • Page 168

    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06158Table7.3.8ISO codeEIA codeMeaningCharacter87654321Character87654321Meaning0•0•Numeral 01•1•Numeral 12•2•Numeral 23•3•Numeral 34•4•Numeral 45•5•Numeral 56•6•Numeral 67•7•Numeral 78•8•Numeral 89•9•Numeral 9...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT159NOTE1 When the external device is equipped with an ISO/EIAconverter, the following items must be noted in Table 7.3.8.ISO code (.......................)EIA code (.......................)Control out (Comment field start)CRLFControl out (Comment ...

  • Page 170

    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06160(iv) Cable lengthThe cable length depends on the external device type. Consult withthe device manufacturers for actual connecting cable lengths.When cable A (A66L–0001–0041) is used, cable length is asfollows by the specification of NC.for ...

  • Page 171

    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT161(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 si...

  • Page 172

    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06162CNCExternal device sideSDRDRSCSERDRCDSGFGSDRDRSCSERDRCDSGFGConnection betweenRS–232–C interface andexternal device

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT163D 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 pair...

  • Page 174

    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06164SETTINGI/O : Select the I/O unitSelect an I/O unit to or from which a program is input or output throughthe reader/punch interface.0 : Uses the unit whose parameters are specified in No.0002 (NFED,ASR33, STP2), No.0552 (BRATE0), and No.0038 (RS...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT165Set valueBaud rate1234567891011501001101502003006001200240048009600#7RSCMD10038#6DEVFL1#5RSCMD2#4DEVFL2#3#2#1#0(I/O=0)RSCMD1, DEVFL1 I/O unit on channel 1 of reader/punch interfaceRSCMD2, DEVFL2 I/O unit on channel 2 of reader/punch interfaceRS...

  • Page 176

    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06166Control unitM12 HONDA MR–20RMD10V20V30V4+5V1112135+5V6+5V78HA19HB110Graphic and manual pulse generatorTwo control printed boards (optional function)M21 HONDA MR–20RMA10V20V30V4+5V1112 HA313 HB35+5V6+5V78HA29HB2103+5V4+0V5HA16HB1M3 screw ter...

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    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT167Manual pulse generator(1st axis)HA1+5VM12(6)M12(1)M12(2)M12(3)M12(8)M12(9)M12(5)M12(4)HB1Control unit+5V30VHA145HB16Manual pulse generator(2nd axis)HA2+5VM21(6)M21(1)M21(2)M21(3)M21(8)M21(9)M21(5)M21(4)HB2+5V30VHA245HB26Manual pulse generator(3...

  • Page 178

    7. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENTB–61393E/06168The power supply to the manual pulse generator is 5 VDC, same as forthe pulse coder. It is therefore necessary to prevent cable resistance fromcausing the supply voltage to drop more than 0.2V (total for both the 0V and 5 V lines).This is writ...

  • Page 179

    B–61393E/067. CONNECTION OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT169The high–speed DI signal can be used as a high–speed skip signal. Thehigh–speed DI signal is connected as shown below:Control unit, memory card120V30V4(+5V)111213HSKIP5(+5V)6(+5V)78(HA1)9(HB1)10M12 (MR–20RMD)0V(SVC)(0V)14151617181920Fi...

  • Page 180

    8. CONNECTIONS FOR SPINDLEB–61393E/061708 CONNECTIONS FOR SPINDLEThe following three configurations of the spindle interface are availableJY2SerialJA7BspindleJA7Aamplifier(α series)P/CSerialJA7BspindleJA7Aamplifier(α series)Motor1st spindleMemory cardMotor2nd spindleOptical fiberOptical I/OLi...

  • Page 181

    B–61393E/068. CONNECTIONS FOR SPINDLE171Analog spindle amplifierSpindlePosition coder return signal (A/B/Z phase)Analog signalM12 or M26M27P/CMotorMemory cardAnalog spindle

  • Page 182

    8. CONNECTIONS FOR SPINDLEB–61393E/06172Connection to the spindle amplifier through optical fiber cable.When spindle amplifier is α series, electric cable is connected to amplifierthrough I/O Link adapter(a) When the serial spindle amplifier is usedMemory cardCOP5or5th/6th axiscardCOP6LightSer...

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    B–61393E/068. CONNECTIONS FOR SPINDLE173Shield0V*SINSIN*SOUTSOUT+5V+5V+5V0V0V0V0V0V(16)(1)(2)(3)(4)(9)(18)(20)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)ÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕ(16)(4)(3)(2)(1)(9)(18)(20)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)0V*S...

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    8. CONNECTIONS FOR SPINDLEB–61393E/06174The speed of the analog spindle is specified by analog voltage output. Theanalog output for the first spindle can be output from pin 10 of M12 orpin 7 of M26. Choose either pin.Control unitM12 (MR–20RMD)1(0V)2(0V)3(0V)4(+5V)110V12135(+5V)6(+5V)78(HA1)...

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    B–61393E/068. CONNECTIONS FOR SPINDLE175Unified shield twisted–pair cableCharacteristic impedance: 100 Ω*SC0V+5VPA*PAPB*PBSC(15)(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(16)(17)(18)(19)(14)ÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕ(P)(K)(H)(A)(N)(C)(R...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/061769 SERVO CONNECTIONS

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS177This section describes the servo interface between the Series 0 and thedigital control AC servo amplifier and servo motor.For an explanation of each servo amplifier unit and servo motor, refer tothe relevant manual.The Series 0 supports three types of axis cont...

  • Page 188

    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06178Axis control card for type B interfaceAxis nameCommandSemi–closed loopClosed loopAxis nameCommandFeedbackPosition feedbackVelocity feedback1st axisJS1AJFnM186JFn2nd axisJS2AJFnM189JFn3rd axisJS3AJFnM196JFn4th axisJS4AJFnM199JFn5th axis6th axisNot used type B ...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS179(when an absolute pulse coder and relay unit are used)BatteryunitPulsecoderServomotorServo amplifierPowerSeries 0 axis controlcardCommandFeedbackRelayunit(when a high–speed, high–resolution A/B–phase pulse coder is used)PulsecoderServomotorServo amplifier...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06180(when a type B interface is used)BatteryunitPulsecoderServomotorServo amplifierPowerAxis control card fortype B interfaceCommand/feedbackFeedbackThe battery unit is not required when an incremental pulse coder is used.Use a servo amplifier that supports a type ...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS181(when an absolute pulse coder and relay unit are used)PulsecoderServomotorServo amplifierCN1PowerSeries 0 axis controlcardCommandVelocity feedbackSeparatepulse coderBatteryunitRelayunitPosition feedback(when a high–speed, high–resolution A/B–phase pulse c...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06182This section describes each servo amplifier interface, taking that for thefirst axis as an example.01020304050607*PWMAnCOMAn*PWMBnCOMBn*PWMCnCOMCn*DRDYn080910111213IRnGDRnISnGDSn*MCONnGNDn14151617181920*PWMDnCOMDn*PWMEnCOMEn*PWMFnCOMFnSeries 0 (control unit)M34...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS18301020304050607*PWMAnCOMAn*PWMBnCOMBn*PWMCnCOMCn*DRDYn080910111213IRnGDRnISnGDSn*MCONnGNDn14151617181920*PWMDnCOMDn*PWMEnCOMEn*PWMFnCOMFnSeries 0 (control unit)M34 or M184(MR–20RF)01020304050607080910IRnGDRn*PWMAnCOMAn*PWMBnCOMBn*PWMCnCOMCn*MCONnα servo ampli...

  • Page 194

    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06184CAUTIONTo protect the signals from external noise, assign the cable’s central pairs to each pair of currentfeedback signal and ground signal (i.e., IRn and GDRn, and ISn and GDSn). Otherwise,external noise may result in uneven feed or abnormal sound.:MCONnGD...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS185NOTE1 The total length of the cable between the CNC and amplifierand that between the amplifier and motor shall not exceed50m.2 As the current feedback lines (IRn and ISn), use the middletwisted pair of the recommended cable. If any other pair isused, abnormal...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06186010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn2Cn114151617181920PCZn*PCZnPCAn*PCAnPCBn*PCBnSeries 0 (control unit)M35 or M185(MR–20RM)ADGKNSPCAn*PCAn*PCZn+5V0VOHnBCFJMRCn1PCZn+5VCn8OHnALow–resolution A/B–phase pulse coder(built–in incremental...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS187010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn2Cn114151617181920PCZn*PCZnPCAn*PCAnPCBn*PCBnSeries 0 (control unit)M35 or M185(MR–20RM)ADGKNSPCAn*PCBnCn1Cn8SHLDCFJMRUPCBn*PCZnCn40VOHnB0VLow–speed, high–resolution A/B–phasepulse coder(built–i...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06188Connect a high–speed, high–resolution A/B–phase pulse coder via asubmicron detection board.(1) Connection between Series 0 and submicron detection board010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn2Cn114151617181920PCZn*PCZnPCAn*PCAnPCBn*PCBnS...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS189(2) Connection between submicron detection board and high–speed,high–resolution A/B–phase pulse coder010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn2Cn114151617181920PCZn*PCZnAn*AnBn*BnSubmicron detection boardCN1 (left)(MR–20RM)ADGKNSAn*BnCn1...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06190An A/B–phase absolute pulse coder can be connected to the Series 0 ineither of two ways: via the relay unit of the absolute pulse coder batteryunit, or directly.(1) Connection between Series 0 and relay unit010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V080910111213OHnAOHnBCn...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS191(2) Connection between relay unit and A/B–phase pulse coder010203040506070V0V0VA+5V+5V+6VA080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn2Cn114151617181920PCZn*PCZnPCAn*PCAnPCBn*PCBnREQnRelay unitCF1B(MR–20RM)ADGKNSPCAn*PCBnCn1Cn8GREQnCFJMRUPCBn*PCZnCn40VOHnB0VAA/B–phase pu...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06192010203040506070V0V0VB+5V+5V+5V+6VB080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn2Cn114151617181920PCZn*PCZnPCAn*PCAnPCBn*PCBnREQnSeries 0 (control unit)M35 or M185(MR–20RM)ADGKNSPCAn*PCBnCn1Cn8SHLDREQnCFJMRUPCBn*PCZnCn40VOHnB0VBA/B–phase pulse coder(built–in absolute pulse...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS193(1) Velocity feedback connection010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn2Cn114151617181920PCAn*PCAnPCBn*PCBnSeries 0 (control unit)M36 or M185(MR–20RM)ADGKNSPCAn*PCAn+5V0VOHnBCFJMRCn1+5VCn8OHnAA/B–phase pulse coder(motor built–in pulse co...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06194(2) Position feedback connection010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V08091011121314151617181920PCZn*PCZnPCAn*PCAnPCBn*PCBnSeries 0 (control unit)M35 or M186(MR–20RM)ADGKNSPCAn*PCAn*PCZn+5V0VCFJMR+5VPCZn+5VLow–resolution A/B–phase separatepulse coder(MS3102A–20...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS195Connect a high–speed, high–resolution A/B–phase separate pulse codervia a submicron detection board.(1) Connection between Series 0 and submicron detection board (velocityfeedback connection)010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn2Cn1141...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06196(2) Connection between Series 0 and submicron detection board (position feedback connection)010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V080910111213OHnAOHnB14151617181920PCZn*PCZnPCAn*PCAnPCBn*PCBnSeries 0 (control unit)M35 or M186(MR–20RM)Submicron detection boardCN2 (righ...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS197(3) Connection between submicron detection board and the motor’sbuilt–in pulse coder (for velocity feedback), and high–speed,high–resolution A/B–phase separate pulse coder (for positionfeedback)010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06198The velocity feedback connection between the motor’s built–in pulsecoder and the Series 0 is the same as that described in Section 9.3.5.An A/B–phase absolute pulse coder can be connected to the Series 0 ineither of two ways: via the relay unit of the ab...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS199(2) Connection between relay unit and A/B–phase pulse coder010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+6VA08091011121314151617181920PCZn*PCZnPCAn*PCAnPCBn*PCBnREQnRelay unitCF1B(MR–20RM)ADGKNSPCAn*PCBnSHLDREQnCFJMRUPCBn*PCZn0V0VAA/B–phase separate pulse coder(separate abs...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06200D Direct connection010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V+6VB08091011121314151617181920PCZn*PCZnPCAn*PCAnPCBn*PCBnREQnSeries 0 (control unit)M35 or M186(MR–20RM)ADGKNSPCAn*PCBnSHLDREQnCFJMRUPCBn*PCZn0V0VBA/B–phase separate pulse coder(separate absolute pulse coder)(...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS201The 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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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06202Requirements for the signals at the input pins of input connectors JF21to JF24TD y 0.28 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 between P...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS20301020304050607REQ*REQSD*SD080910111213141516171819200V0V0VB+5V+5V+5V+6VBSeries 0–C (control unit)Axis control card for serial pulse coderM185(MR–20RM)ADGKNSSDSHLDCFJMRU*REQn0V0VBPulse coder(MS3102A–22–14P)Connector: MR–20LFH (HONDA, 20–pin, female)...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06204ADGKNSV01020304050607REQ*REQSD*SD080910111213141516171819200V0V0VB+5V+5V+5V+6VBSeries 0–C (control unit)Axis control card for serial pulse codersM185(MR–20RM)SD*SD*REQn+5V0V0VBCFJMRUREQ+5V+6VBPulse coder(MS3102A–22–29P)Connector: MR–20LFH (HONDA, 20...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS20501020304050607REQ*REQSD*SD080910111213141516171819200V0V0V+5V+5V+5V+6VBSeries 0–C (control unit)Axis control card for serial pulse codersM185(MR–20RM)Pulse coderConnector: MR–20LFH (HONDA, 20–pin, female)Connector: HDAB–15S (Hirose Electric, D–SUB...

  • Page 216

    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06206The battery unit for an absolute pulse coder can be connected to the Series0 in either of two ways: via a relay unit or directly.01+6VB02030405060VRelay unitCA7Connector : SMS6PK–5D28 (JAPAN FCI)Battery unitCable connectionRelay unit+6VB0VBattery unitM3 term...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS207The battery unit can be connected directly to each axis control card, fromwhich the battery power is distributed to each pulse coder.Battery connector name1st–4th axis control card5th/6th axiscontrol card7th/8th axiscontrol card1staxis2ndaxis3rdaxis4thaxis5th...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06208The user can select any of the supported axes as the axes to be controlled.A cable for a servo amplifier or motor need not be connected to those axesthat are not to be used. Leaving the connector for an unused axis open,however, causes the CNC to enter a servo...

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    B–61393E/069. SERVO CONNECTIONS209Handling varies depending on whether an series servo motor is used.Connect a feedback clamping connector to the feedback connector of eachunused axis (for example, M35 or M185 for the first axis).Feedback clamping dummy connectorMR–20LFH(HONDA, 20–pin, fe...

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    9. SERVO CONNECTIONSB–61393E/06210This section describes the supported combinations of axis cards for serialpulse coders and digital servo functions.NameOrder specification (PC board drawing number)Digital servo function1st/2nd axis printed circuit boardA02B–0098–H045 (A16B–2200–0391)3r...

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    B–61393E/0610. ANALOG INTERFACE CARD21110 ANALOG INTERFACE CARD

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    B–61393E/0610. ANALOG INTERFACE CARD212This describes the connecting with the analog interface card. It is possibleto connect 4 analog input channels, 2 spindles and 1 position coder.M121:Command voltage output for spindles 1 & 2M122:Command voltage output for spindle 2M123:Analog voltage ...

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    B–61393E/0610. ANALOG INTERFACE CARD213ItemSpecificationNumber of inputs4Analog of inputDC*10 to +10 V(Input resistance 1MΩDC*20 to+20 mA(Input resistance 250Ω)Selection possible to useDigital output12 bit binary 2 complement expressionInput/output responseAnalog inputDigital output+10 V+20...

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    B–61393E/0610. ANALOG INTERFACE CARD21410.3INSTALLATIONPOSITION

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    B–61393E/0610. ANALOG INTERFACE CARD2151234567891011121314151617181920M121 : MR20RFD12345V0267V01891011121314151617180V19200VM122 : MR20RFD1234567V028910111213141516171819200VM123 : MR20RFDVP1VP2VP3VP4COM1COM2COM3COM4IP1IP2IP4M124 : MR20RMD0V0V0V+5V+5V+5VPCZ*PCZPCA*PCAPCB*PCBFor spindle 1, 2For...

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    B–61393E/0610. ANALOG INTERFACE CARD216V02 M122(7)RVPCBM124(18)*PCBM124(19)+5VRVPCAM124(16)*PCAM124(17)RVPCZM124(14)*PCZM124(15)DV1Spindle 1DV2DV1, DV2 :MAX.±10V, 2mAZout 100WV01 M121(7)0V M121(18)+5VM124(4, 5, 6)0V M124(1, 2, 3)Spindle 2Position coderÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ0V M121(20)ÁÁÁÁÁÁ0V ...

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    B–61393E/0610. ANALOG INTERFACE CARD217A/DConverterÁÁÁÁVoltage inputConnect to the earth plate of the magneticscabinet.Channel #3NoteAMPChannel #21MW1MWChannel #00 to"20mA0 to"10V1VP1IP1COM1IP2COM2VP3IP3COM3VP4IP4COM41481593161041711M123Multi–plexerVoltage inputBe certain to com...

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    B–61393E/0611.REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)21811 REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE (INCLUDINGFANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)

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    B–61393E/0611. REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE (INCLUDING FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)219The remote buffer is an optional function used to supply a large amountof data to the CNC continuously and at high speed. The remote buffer isconnected to the host computer or an input/output device via a serialinterface...

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    B–61393E/0611.REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)220Table 11.1 (b) Software functions of remote bufferRemote bufferHigh–speedremote buffer AHigh–speedremote buffer BProtocol AAvailableAvailableAvailableExtended protocol AAvailableAvailableAvailableProtocol BAvailableAva...

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    B–61393E/0611. REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE (INCLUDING FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)221As shown in the figure below, install the remote buffer card into the leftside of the master printed circuit board. The (A02B–0098–K121) flatmetal bracket for the remote buffer card (A02B–0098–K121) contains thet...

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    B–61393E/0611.REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)222The following illustration is an outline drawing for installing the remotebuffer card into controller A.Installation holefor 6–M5Remote buffer card11.3OUTLINE DRAWING11.3.1Outline Drawing inCase of Control Unit A

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    B–61393E/0611. REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE (INCLUDING FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)223Remote buffer card for controlunit B (Type C)(Remote buffer)Remote buffer card for controlunit B (Type A) or SUB CPU cardSlot SUBSlot SP11.3.2Outline Drawing inCase of Control Unit B

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    B–61393E/0611.REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)224Remote buffer cardConceptional diagram of signal connectionSDRDSDRDRSCSRSERDRCDSG123411121314567SG8RD1516 CD17 ER18 DR9SD19 CSM77:MR20MH1020 RS1FG2SD3RD4RS5CS6DR7SG8CD91011121314151617181920 ER2122232425Host computer (ex)DB...

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    B–61393E/0611. REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE (INCLUDING FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)225Cable wiring82RDSD1820DRER194CSRS168CDCD93SDRDShield176ERDR205RSCS1FG77SGSGConnect CS to RS if CS is not used. However, when protocol A orexpanded protocol A is used, connect as shown above because CS is usedfor busy con...

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    B–61393E/0611.REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)226Remote buffer cardM73:MR20MH1FG234SD56RD7RS8RT9CS1011DM12 TR1314151617 TT1819 SG202122 *SD2324 *RD25 *RSHost computer (Ex.)26 *RT27 *CS2829 *DM30 *TR3132333435 *TT36371SD2*SD3TR(ER)4*TR(*ER)11*RD12 DM(DR)13*DM(*DR)14 CS5RS6...

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    B–61393E/0611. REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE (INCLUDING FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)227Cable wiring1011422RD*RDSD*SD18191735RT*RTTT*TT1415725CS*CSRS*RS12131230DM*DMTR*TR719SGSG12624SD*SDRD*RDShield89826TT*TTRT*RT56927RS*RSCS*CS341129TR*TRDM*DM1FGNOTE1 Be sure to use twisted pair cable.2 The connection of TT...

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    B–61393E/0611.REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE(INCLUDING FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)228Signal nameRS–422 circuit No.Input/outputDescriptionSD103OutputTransmitted dataRD104InputReceived dataRS105OutputRequest to sendThe remote buffer uses this signal to post reception en-abled status. The remote buffer can ...

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    B–61393E/0611. REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE (INCLUDING FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE)229The remote buffer of type A is required to connect to a buttery unit.Battery unit+4.5V-0VM4 screw terminal120VCPA834.5VRemote bufferJapan FCISMS3PWS-5Connect the remote buffer to the battery unit on the memory printedcirc...

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE23012 DNC1 INTERFACE

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE231DNC1 is a high speed network developed independently by FANUC thatcombines cell levels. This manual gives hardware details regardingconnection etc., when using the FS0–C DNC1 function. This functionshould be used with reference to the explanations given below...

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE232DNC1 card6–M5installationport12.3EXTERNALCONFIGURATION OF MOUNTING12.3.1External Configurationof Mounting for ControlSection A

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE233DNC1 card4–M5installation port12.3.2External Configurationof Mounting for ControlSection B

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE234Install the DNC1 card on the left–hand side of the master printed circuitboard, as illustrated below. Two plait cables and sheet metal are includedin control section A assembly sheet metal (A02B–0098–K121).DNC1 cardJB2JB1JA2 JA1Master printed boardConnect ...

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE235No.3SecondarystationFS0–CCD 3K3Tap 1123Tap 2123Tap 3123Tap 4123No.1SecondarystationFS0–CCD 3K3No.2SecondarystationFS0–CCD 3K3Primary stationFD–MateCD3Terminal resistor unit 1Terminal resistor unit2K1K2K2K212.5CONNECTIONDRAWING12.5.1Overall ConnectionExamp...

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE236NOTE1 As shown in the drawing, the number of taps necessary accord with the number of stations.2 Connectors 1, 2 and 3 in any one tap have the same interface and therefore it does not matterwhere the connection is made.3 As shown in the drawing, a terminal resist...

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE237Primary station sideTap sideH20.FH20.FTRD1 (+)(01)TRD1 (–)(02)TRD2 (+)(10)TRD2 (–)(11)SG(07)(01)TRD2 (+)(02)TRD2 (–)(10)TRD1 (+)(11)TRD1 (–)(07)SGTwist pair tied shield wire (A66L–0001–0041 or equivalent)wire rod : more than 0.3mm3Detailed drawing of ...

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE238Tap 1123Tap 2123StationFS0–CCD 3K6StationFD–MateCD3Terminal resistor unit 1Terminal resistor unit 2K4K5NOTE1 As shown in the drawing, the number of taps necessary accord with the number of stations.2 Connectors 1, 2 and 3 in any one tap have the same interfac...

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE2391415161718192008TT09*TT1011*RD1213*DM010203ER04*ER05RS06*RS07SGMR–20RMD (MALE)RDDMCS*CSRT*RT*SDSD12.5.5Detailed Drawing ofConnector for Mode 2(Point–to–point)D Station printed circuitboard side connector(CD3)D Tap connector (1, 2, 3)

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE240Station sideTap sideH20.FH20.FSD(01)*SD(02)RD(10)*RD(11)TT(08)*TT(09)RT(18)*RT(19)RS(05)*RS(06)CS(14)*CS(15)DM(12)*DM(13)TR(03)*TR(04)SG(07)Twist pair tied shield wire (A66L–0001–0041 or equivalent)Wire rod : more than 0.3mm2Detailed drawing of cable K4(01)SD...

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE241Twist pair tied shield wire (A66L–0001–0041 or equivalent)Wire rod : more than 0.3mm2Tap sideTap or station sideH20.FH20.FSD(01)*SD(02)RD(10)*RD(11)TT(08)*TT(09)RT(18)*RT(19)RS(05)*RS(06)CS(14)*CS(15)DM(12)*DM(13)TR(03)*TR(04)SG(07)Detailed drawing of cable K...

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    B–61393E/0612. DNC1 INTERFACE242As a rule, use standard products regarding necessary taps and terminalresistor units when constructing DNC1 communications circuits.A divergence connector box to draw together branch wires in order toconnect the DNC1 main line with the communication nodes.6555252...

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    B–61393E/0613. Series 0–TTC SYSTEM24313 Series 0–TTC SYSTEM

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    B–61393E/0613. Series 0–TTC SYSTEM244The Series 0–TTC is a CNC which can control two paths. It has beendesigned for use with lathes which operate two tool posts independentlyand which cut a workpiece by simultaneously using the two tool posts.One of the two paths is controlled with the sam...

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    B–61393E/0613. Series 0–TTC SYSTEM245The connection of the Series 0–TTC is basically the same as that of theSeries 0–TC with a multiaxis card.To connect the spindle for tool post 2, use the M28 connector for an analogspindle, or the COP6 connector for a serial spindle. The connectioninte...

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    B–61393E/0613. Series 0–TTC SYSTEM246Control unitMultiaxis card (5th/6th axis PCB)Terminal No.Bit No.Filter and levelconversion circuitZ2–axis positive directionovertravel signalTool compensation measurementdirect input B signal/axis–specificinterlock signal (Z2–axis)Tool compensation m...

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    B–61393E/0614. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL24714 EMERGENCY STOP SIGNALUsing the emergency stop signal effectively enables the design of safemachine tools.The emergency stop signal is provided to bring a machine tool to anemergency stop. It is input to the CNC controller, servo amplifier, andspindle a...

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    B–61393E/0614. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL248+X–X+Y–Y+Z–Z+4–4Stroke end limit switchEmergencystop buttonRelaypowerRelease switchSpark killerSKSpark killerSKRelayEMGemg1emg2CNC control unit+24*ESP+24*ESPMCCOFF3MCCOFF4α series control amplifier(PSM)SVMSPML1 L2L3External power sourceL1L23φ200V...

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    APPENDIX

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX251A EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITS

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX252Name of dimensionsSpecificationsFig. U1 (a)Control unit (Control unit A)Fig. U1 (b)Control unit (Control unit B)ColorMDIKeyFig. U2 (a)9″CRT/MDI unitMonochromeMonochromeMonochromeMonochromeMonochromeMonochromeMonochromeMonochromeMono...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX253SpecificationsName of dimensionsColorMDIKeyFunctionFig. U2 (m)7.2″LCD/MDI unitMonochromeMonochromeMonochromeMonochromeSmallSmallSmallSmallEnglishEnglishSymbolicSymbolicT seriesM seriesT seriesM seriesA02B–0098–C091#TBRA02B–0098...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX254SpecificationsName of dimensionsFig. U5 (b)Manual pulse generator (Thin type)A860–0202–T001Fig. U5 (c)Pendant type manual pulse generatorA860–0202–T004 to T015Fig. U6Punch panelA02B–0072–C061 to C069Fig. U7 (a)Position cod...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX255Hole for installation of 4–M5Fig. U1 (a) External dimension of control unit (Control unit A)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX256Hole for installationof 4–M5Fig. U1 (b) External dimension of control unit (Control unit B)

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX25718.5153Installation dimensionWeight : 4.2kgConnector KMIConnector KMIEarth stud(M4)(Note)The earth stud isprepared only forCE markingFor the modelqualifying for CEmarking, the areawithin 8 mm ofthe outside edgeof the rear of themetal p...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX258KM12030Installation dimensionWeight 4.5kg(Note)The earth stud isprepared only forCE marking.For the modelqualifying for CEmarking, the areawithin 8 mm ofthe outside edgeof the rear of themetal panel is leftunpainted.The panel sur-face...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX259KM12030Installation dimensionWeight 4.5kgEarth stud (M4)The panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3) and finished to a GS30 level of smoothness.Fig. U2 (c) For 0–PD 9″CRT/MDI unit (Monochrome, full key type) dimension

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX260Installation dimensionPedestal(Reference)(Reference)Take the ped-estal into theconsiderationWeight Approx.8kg8–M3The panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3) and finished to a GS30 level of smoothness.Fig. U2 (d) 9″CRT/MDI unit...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX261Installation dimensionPedestal(Reference)(Reference)Take the ped-estal into theconsiderationWeight 8.5kg or lessThe panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3) and finished to a GS30 level of smoothness.Fig. U2 (e) 9″CRT/MDI unit (Co...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX262Earth stud(M4)Weight : 21 kgFor the model qualifying for CE marking, the area within 8 mm ofthe outside edge of the rear of the metal panel is left unpainted.The panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3) and finished to aGS30 level o...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX2632–M4(Bottom)(Mounting holefor stand)(Mounting dimension of stand)Color: Mancell N3 GS50 smooth finishStand(Example)Lack for air flowUnit stand(Example)Notices of mountConsider the mounting of stand when mounting the unit.(Refer the f...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX264Weight : 2.8kgEarth stud(M4)Panel cut figureThe panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3) and finished to a GS30 level of smoothness.Fig. U2 (h) EL/MDI unit (Small key type)

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX265Weight : 2.9kgPanel cut figureStud for earth (M4)The panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3) and finished to a GS30 level of smoothness.Fig. U2 (i) PDP/MDI unit (Small key type)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX266Weight : 2.9kgPanel cut figureStud for earth (M4)CN295The panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3) and finished to a GS30 level of smoothness.Fig. U2 (j) PDP/MDI unit (Small key type) (A02B–0098–C068)Fig. U2 (h) PDP/MDI unit (...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX267Weight : 3.3kgPannel cut figureThe panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3) and finished to a GS30 level of smoothness.Fig. U2 (k) PDP/MDI unit (Full key type)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX268Weight : 3.3kgHole for installation earthcable (M4)Panel cut figureThe panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3) and finished to a GS30 level of smoothness.Fig. U2 (l) PDP/MDI unit (Full key type)

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX269Weight : 1.9kgHole for installation earthcable (M4)Panel cut figure(Note)(Note)This dimension is depth of LCD unit.The connector of MDI cable is leftout of consideration.For the model qualifying for CEmarking, the area within 8 mm of t...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX270Weight : 2.2kgHole for installation earthcable (M4)Panel cut figure(Note)(Note)This dimension is depth of LCD unit.The connector of MDI cable is leftout of consideration.For the model qualifying for CEmarking, the area within 8 mm of ...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX271Rear of unitHONDA MR connector20P2pcs Cable length :Approx.1.5mWeight : Approx. 11kgFig. U2(o) Detachable CRT/MDI unit

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX27240145Panel cut figureWeight : 4kgStud (M4) for earthFor the model qualifying for CE marking, the areawithin 8 mm of the outside edge of the rear of themetal panel is left unpainted.The panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3) andfin...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX273293Panel cut figureStud for earth(M4)Weight : 7.8kgThe panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3)and finished to a GS30 level of smoothness.Fig. U3 (b) Remote type 9I CRT unit (Color)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX274Weight : 2.1kgStud(M4) forearthPanel cut figureThe panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3)and finished to a GS30 level of smoothness.Fig. U3 (c) Remote type EL unit

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX275Weight : 2.7kgPanelcut fig-ureScrew (M4)for earthThe panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3) and finished to a GS30 level of smoothness.Fig. U3 (d) Remote type PDP unit (A02B–0098–C135)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX276CN2Weight : 2.7kgPanelcut fig-ureScrew (M4)for earth95The panel surface is colored gray (Munsell N3) and finished to a GS30 level of smoothness.Fig. U3 (e) Remote type PDP unit (A02B–0098–C136)

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX277Weight : 1.4kgPanel cut figureHole for installation ofearth cable (M4)Connector forsoft keyFor the model qualifying for CE marking, the area within 8 mm of the outside edge of the rearof the metal panel is left unpainted.The panel surf...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX278Weight : 1.9kgPanel cut figureHole for installationearth cable (M4)Connector for soft keyIn case of A02B–0098–C099In case of A02B–0098–C098For the model qualifying for CE marking,the area within 8 mm of the outside edge ofthe ...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX279Panel cut figureHole for installation earth cable (M4)Connector for soft keyIn case of A02B–0098–C089In case of A02B–0098–C088Weight 1.9 kgFor the model qualifying for CE marking, the area within 8 mm of the outside edge of the...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX28018.5Panel cut figureWeight : 0.7kg(Note)The Earth stud is prepared onlyfor CE marking.For the model qualifying for CEmarking, the area within 8 mm ofthe outside edge of the rear ofthe metal panel is left unpainted.The panel surface is...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX28122.518.0Panel cut figureWeight : 1.1kg(Note)The earth stud is prepared only for CE marking.For the model qualifying for CE marking, thearea within 8 mm of the outside edge of the rearof the metal panel is left unpainted.The panel surfa...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX282M3 screw terminalFig. U5 (a) Manual pulse generator (A–860–0201–T001)

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX2838.3580.055.060.050.030.0M4X8.05V0VAB11.0PULSE GENERATORFANUC LTD120.0°On 72M3 screw terminalFig. U5 (b) Manual pulse generator (A860–0202–T001)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX284140259038.039.0100.0M3 screw terminalM3 screw terminalA860-0202-T004∼T009140259038.039.0100.0M3 screw terminalM3 screw terminalA860-0202-T010∼T015Fig. U5 (c) Pendant type manual pulse generator (A860–0202–T004 to T015)

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX285Panel cut figure Painting : P–ME–N1.5–3GJAPAN AIR ELECTRICDBM–25SHONDA TUSHINMR20RMLength: 200mmCrimped terminal for M4 flameground(Note)Earth terminal for mounting flame ground is required to be set near punch panelFig....

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX2865982+0–0.111.15 +0.14–03020–0.006–0.017–0.009–0.02535+0.012–03 +0.05–0Connectorf16f14.3f15f504f5.4V56V68Unit : mmf68Fig. U7 (a) Diagram of position coder A86L–0027–0001#102 : Max. 4000rpmFig. U7 Diagram of position...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX287MS connector: MS3102A–20–29PFig. U7 (b)α position coderSpecification No.: A860–0309–T302 (10000 rpm maximum)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX288CoverBodyM4 Tap4Mounting panel holeworking positionMounting hole (countersink)Fig. U8 (a) Battery unit for CNC

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX2894–M4 counter sinkingPlus terminal with3–M3 screw holesMinus polarity indicationPlus polarity indicationMinus terminalwith 3–M3 screwholes4–Φ4.3 MountingholesArrow view AFig. U8 (b) Battery case for absolute pulse coder

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX290SpaceMountingholeNoteMountingholeNote)The names of connector I/O–B2 is differentfrom the names of connector I/O–F1.Upper are names of connector I/O–F1.Lower are names of connector I/O–B2.M279M79M262M62M280M80M278M78M261M61Fig....

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX291MountingholeNote)The names of connector I/O–B3 is differentfrom the names of connector I/O–F3.Upper are names of connector I/O–F3.Lower are names of connector I/O–B3.MountingholeSpaceM279M79M262M62M280M80M278M78M261M61Fig. U9 (...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX292Max.175Weight : 14kg Unit : mmMax. 155Fig. U10 Control transformer (A80L–0001–0176)CAUTIONSwitch off the main line switch when TB1 and TB2 are touched.

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX293(1) Primary sie rated voltageAC200V/220V/230V/380V/415V/440V/460V/480V/550V(2) Voltage fluctuationPrimary sie rated voltage)10% and –15%(3) Frequency50Hz/60Hz3Hz(4) Secondary side line voltage(5) Secondary side voltage deviationLess ...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX294Printed Circuit BoardFig. U11 Input unit

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX295Cable length: 1.5mWeight : approx. 1.2kgUnit : mmFig. U12 FANUC PPR

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX296Cable length: 1.5mWeight : 3.3kgUnit : mmFig. U13 FANUC Floppy Cassette Adapter (2DD)

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX297The “Panel Cut”Fig. U14 Integrated type FA card adapter

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX298Fig. U15 Integrated type floppy cassette adapter

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX299Fig. U16 Floppy Cassette Adapter (2HD)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX300Fig. U17 FA card adapter

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX301Fig. U18 Program file mate

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX302Painting : Munsell No. 5GY3.5/0.5 leather tone finishWeight : Approx. 15kgFig. U19 (a) Portable tape reader

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX303Signal cable connectorPowerterminal stripWiring screwM3 6CableholderSignalcablePainting : Metallic silverWeight : 6kgUnit: mmFig. U19 (b) Tape reader without reels (With serial interface)NOTESet the tape reader into it, from the rear ...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX304RS–232–C interfaceconnector PowerconnectorParallel interfaceconnectorCoating color : Metallic silverWeight : 9kgStudFig. U19 (c) Tape reader with reelsNOTESet the tape reader into it, from the rear side of panel with holes and...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX305Name of external dimensionFig. C1 (a)PCR connector (Soldering type)PCR–E20FSFig. C1 (b)FI40 connectorFI40–2015SFig. C2 (a)Dimension of connector case (HONDA TUSHIN PCR TYPE)PCR–V20LA/PCR–V20LBFig. C2 (b)Dimension of connector c...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX306HONDA1.27A17.3nn2) 1715.1B1.27Displayn2Connector bodyHONDA TSUSHINPCR–E20FS (Soldering type)UsageGeneralConnector coverHONDA TSUSHINPCS–E20LA (Metal)HONDA TSUSHINPCR–V20L (Plastic)PCR–E20FSA21.65B11.43Fig. C1 (a) PCR connec...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX30716.2511.431.2713.3519.215°5.52.21.79.21234567891011121314151617181920SView of back side(Soldering side)123456789101214161820Face AA(Measure 10/1)1.8358.54.37AA2.42.4(1)(2)(3)(4)(Note)This connector is not contanted withthe position 11...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX3089.5HONDA21303711.4(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(1) (2)Case(3)Cable clamp(4)Lock metal(5)Lock lever(6)Screw for mounting cableclampConnector body HONDA TSUSHIN PCR–V20LA (External cable diameter F6)PCR–V20LB (External cable diameter F8)UsageG...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX309(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)21"0.39.5"0.230"0.311.5"0.3Connector body HIROSE F1–20–CVUsageFor simultaneous axes cableDimension(1), (2) Case(3)Lock metal(4)Lock lever(5)Cable clamp(6)Screw for mounting cable clamp37"0...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX31021303711.4FC020–029.5Cable clampPan head screwLocking leverConnector bodyFujitsu FCN–240C20–Y/S(For External cable diameter Φ5.8)UsageGeneralDimension(2)Fig. C2 (c) Connector case (Fujitsu FCN type)

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX311312D–3AMP(25.5)19.2416.322.8X10.165.084.053.1123Circuit No.0.66.557.15Circuit No.StyleAMP1–178128–3UsageFor CE markingPower supply unit200VAC inputFor CE markingPower supply unit200VAC outputDimensionLocation of keyGSRG200B200A33...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX312312D–3AMP(29.7)(19.24)16.322.8Y10.165.084.053.1123Circuit No.0.66.557.15Circuit No.StyleAMP2–178128–3Dimension0.3"0.3"0.3"0.3"Fig. C3 (b) AMP connector(2)

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX313312D–3AMP(22.96)16.716.322.8X7.623.814.053.1123Circuit No.0.66.557.15Circuit No.StyleAMP1–178288–3UsageFor CE markingPower supply unit+24E OutputDimension0V+24E321Fig. C3 (c) AMP connector(3)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX314123Circuit No.0.66.557.15Circuit No.StyleAMP2–178288–3UsageFor CE markingPower supply unit +24V outputDimension0V+24V321Fig. C3 (d) AMP connector(4)

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX315StyleAMP2–178129–6UsageFor CE markingPower supply unitON/OFF controlDimensionB3B2B1FBFAALA3A2A1COMOFFONCircuit No.Circuit No.Fig. C3 (e) AMP connector (5)

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX3162.50.2(21.8)31ReelA–A2.9 0.44.2 0.4B–B17.80.5(9.3)(2.5)ABAB(f2.6)–AMPPlating codeCrimped display(PLATING ID–MARK)(PRESSER ID–MARK)2.9((1.7))3.40.2StylePiece : AMP1–175218–2 (Metal plating) AMP1–175218–5 (Tin plating)...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX317(2)(1)(3)(4)(5)A(B)C(D)MR–20LMH (Plug)MR–20LFH (Jack)MR–50LMH (Plug)MR–50LFH (Jack)SpecificationSymbolA(B)C(D)No. ofterminals39.344.939.8172067.973.544.81850Symbol(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)NameConnector coverCable clampStopperScrew for ca...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX318External view of the 50–pin connector housingExternal view of the 20–pin connector housingFig. C4 (b) HONDA connector (Beveled case)

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX319(2)(1)(3)2–M2AB1318.18.562.4HONDA1234567891011121314151617181920MR–20RMHMR–50RMHABNo. ofterminals32.827.82061.456.450Symbol(1)(2)(3)NameMetal clamp of connectorClamp screw Φ2.68Connector(MR–20, 50MH)Fig. C4 (c) HONDA connecto...

  • Page 329

    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX320(2)(1)(3)2–M2AB1319.910.98.42.4HONDA8910111213123456714151617181920MR–20RFHMR–50RFHABNo.of terminals32.827.82061.456.450Symbol123NameMetal clamp of connectorScrew for mounting φ2.6 8Connector(MR–20, 50FH)Fig. C4 (d) HONDA co...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX3212345678910111213141516171811920212223242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950HONDAMR–50MH(50core plug)2345678910111213141516171811920212223242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950HONDAMR–50FH(50core jack...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX32232 max.307.760.25.08123Specification(Connector maker number)Connector housing for cableContact(Crimp type)(Solder type)NameRemarksSMS3PK–5RC16M–23T3RC16M–SCT3BlackFor details on tools re-quired for crimp terminals,contact the ma...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX32332 max.307.75.0812360.219.060.2Specification(Connector maker number)Connector housing for cableContact(Crimp type)(Solder type)NameRemarksSMS3PNS–5RC16M–23T3RC16M–SCT3BrownFor details on tools forcrimp terminals, con-tact the man...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX324Specification(Connector maker number)Connector housing for cableContact(Crimp type)NameRemarksSMS3PWS–5RC16M–23D28WhiteFor details on tools forcrimp terminals, con-tact the manufacturer.Manufacturer : NIPPON FCICablesCross section...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX32548 max.38 max.24.95.0811234567 max.Specification(Connector maker number)Connector housing for cableContact(Crimp type)NameRemarksSMS3PN–5RC16M–23T3BrownFor details on tools forcrimp terminals, con-tact the manufacturer.Manufacturer...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX326Specification(Connector maker number)Connector housing for cableContact(Crimp type)NameRemarksSMS6PW–5RC16M–23D28WhiteFor details on tools forcrimp terminals, con-tact the manufacturer.Manufacturer : NIPPON FCICablesCross sectiona...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX327Specification(Connector maker number)Connector housing for cableContact(Crimp type)NameRemarksSMS6P–1RC16M–23T3BlackFor details on tools forcrimp terminals, con-tact the manufacturer.Manufacturer : NIPPON FCICablesCross sectional a...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX328Section B–B’1.271.271.271.0915.614.4C3.82.77.0(Note 3)(Note 1)(Note 2)AAA’BB’2.543.811.272.546.0A6.0D3.510.57.00.30.951.053.54.52.3AD3.66.02.33.58.5Connector bodyProtectorClampWhen assembledSection A–A’HIF3BB–50D–2.54R...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX329Through hole0.8fAlignment markNFP–10A–0122 NFP–10A–0124C3.259.61.270.7BAF3.56.54.57.45.00.5¢7.7ED5.0656.32.73.852–2.4 fhole1.270.5¢BAdditional symbol marking position (white)E2–2.4f hole5.01.27BDPC board hole dimensio...

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX330ABCFG10HJ6.1A53.0D7.8G10.7B38.3E12.6H1.2C47.0F41.3J0.8AAE102–3.05ΦD1010.8A–A Cross sectionFig. C8 (a) Punch pannel connector for reader/puncher interfaceInterlock screwM2.6P0.45 screwSmall roundhead screw1.2 grooveSpring washer6...

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    B–61393E/06A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OFVARIOUS UNITSAPPENDIX331Color : CreamNote) When connecting with crimp terminal, use M4 terminal (all 3 poles)Fig. C9 Power receptacle for portable tape reader

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    A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF VARIOUS UNITSB–61393E/06APPENDIX332ModelSVH-21T1.1SVH-21T-P1.1Corresponding wiremm20.33 to 0.83 22 to 18AWG#Cable diameter including shields(mm)1.7 to 3.0MaterialBrassPhosphor bronzeSurfacetreatmentTinningQuantityReel4500Fig. C10 (a) Contact for 9″ PDP power cable (...

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    B–61393E/06B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSAPPENDIX333B CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORS

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    B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSB–61393E/06APPENDIX334CableUsageMax–length (m)J1Machine interface: CNC M1–Magnetic cabinet50J2Machine interface: CNC M2–Magnetic cabinet50J151st axis motor power line: Velocity control unit motor50J162nd axis motor power line: Velocity control unit motor...

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    B–61393E/06B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSAPPENDIX335CableMax–length (m)UsageJ44Machine interface: CNC, M80–magnetic cabinet50J51Servo power : Servo transformer–Velocity control unitJ52Power supply for MCC : 100VAC velocity control unitJ61Servo transformer input power supply : AC inp...

  • Page 345

    B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSB–61393E/06APPENDIX336The following interface cables are provided.UsageNameSpecificationsCodeLengthFor current commandControl unitµServo amplifier(S series)J210to J217A02B–0074–K8015 mFor current commandControl unitµServo amplifier(S series)J210to J217A0...

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    B–61393E/06B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSAPPENDIX337UsageLengthCodeSpecificationsNameIncrementalA/B phase pulse coderHigh resolution servomotor(S series)µControl unitJ220to J227A02B–0074–K80814 mIncrementalA/B phase pulse coderServo motor(S series)µControl unitJ220to J227A02B–0098...

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    B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSB–61393E/06APPENDIX338UsageLengthCodeSpecificationsNameAbsolute A/B phasepulse coderHigh resolution servomotor (S series)µControl unit(Relay unit is not used.)J220Bto J227BA02B–0096–K80214 mIncremental A/B phasepulse coderServo motorα3–α150µControl u...

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    B–61393E/06B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSAPPENDIX339UsageLengthCodeSpecificationsNameBattery unit for abso-lute pulse coderµRelay unitJ89A02B–0072–K9024 mCable for position cod-erPosition coderµControllerJ23Cabtyre cable10–pair whole shielded(cable A)A02B–0050–K8017 mAC servo m...

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    B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSB–61393E/06APPENDIX340UsageLengthCodeSpecificationsNameAC motor drive cableServo amplifierµServo motor(For 10,20,30)J15to J18Crimped terminal T2–4(connector)(clamp)Cabtyre cable4 core 45/0 32 3 5SQA06B–6050–K00814 mAC motor drive cableServo amplifierµS...

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    B–61393E/06B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSAPPENDIX341UsageLengthCodeSpecificationsNameFor servo motor driveServo amplifierµServo motorα3,α6,α9(Elbow)J15to J18Crimped terminal T2–4(clamp)(connector)Cabtyre cableA06B–6079–K80114 mFor servo motor driveServo amplifierµServo motorα12...

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    B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSB–61393E/06APPENDIX342UsageLengthCodeSpecificationsNameFor servo motor driveServo amplifierµServo motorα0.5(Without brake)J15to J18A06B–6050–K82214 mFor servo motor driveServo amplifierµServo motorα0.5(With brake)J15to J18A06B–6050–K82314 mUsageNam...

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    B–61393E/06B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSAPPENDIX343UsageLengthCodeSpecificationsNameSignal cable for DI/DOControl unitµOperator’s panel orcontrol panelJ31J39J4310 core whole shielded(Cable A)Cabtyre cableA02B–0098–K8027 mSignal cable (For 1axis) for manual pulsegeneratorControl uni...

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    B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSB–61393E/06APPENDIX344UsageLengthCodeSpecificationsNameMonochrome CRTPower supply cablePower supply unitµCRT unitJ38A02B–0072–K8147 mMonochrome CRTPower supply cablePower supply unit(For CE)µCRT unitJ38A02B–0120–K8205 mLCD unitPower supply cablePower...

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    B–61393E/06B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSAPPENDIX345UsageLengthCodeSpecificationsNamePower supply ON/OFFcablePower supply unit(For CE)µON/OFF switch(only for 14″CRT)Crimped terminalM4A02B–0120–K8315 mI/O link cableControl unit (JD1A)µI/O unit(JD1B)A03B–0807–K801or K80210 mor5 m...

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    B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSB–61393E/06APPENDIX346Usage(Connector No.)NameSpecificationsCodeNum-berM3M12M19M21M27M35M36M38M39M45M46M48M49M60M79Connec-tor withcov-er(20–pinfemalesolderingtype)ConnectorMR–20FHSoldering terminalCoverMR–20LConnector with coverMR–20LFHBy HONDA TSUSHIN...

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    B–61393E/06B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSAPPENDIX347Usage(Connector No.)Num-berCodeSpecificationsNameM1M2M18M20M61M62M78M80Connec-tor withcover(50 pinfemalesolderingtype)ConnectorMR–50FHSoldering TerminalCoverMR–50LConnector with coverMR–50LFHBy HONDA TSUSHIN+A02B–0029–K891M1BM2B...

  • Page 357

    B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSB–61393E/06APPENDIX348Usage(Connector No.)Num-berCodeSpecificationsNameCP15CN2(CRT/MDI)Connec-tor 6 pinfemalesolderingtypebrownHousing SMS6PN–5+ContactRC16M–SCT3 (6 pcs.)By JAPAN FCIA02B–0061–K203AC servo (Degital) unitCN2Connec-tor 6 pinfemalesolderin...

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    B–61393E/06B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSAPPENDIX349Usage(Connector No.)Num-berCodeSpecificationsNameM1M2M18M20M61M62M78M80Connec-tor withcover (50pin fe-male sol-deringtype)ConnectorMR–50FHSoldering termi-nalCoverMR–50NSBBy HONDA TSUSHIN+A02B–0098–K891M80M1BM2BM201M202M218M220Conn...

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    B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSB–61393E/06APPENDIX350Usage(Connector No.)Num-berCodeSpecificationsNameM3M12M19M21M27M35M36M38M39M45M46M48M49Connec-tor withcover (20pin fe-male sol-deringtype)ConnectorMR–20FHSoldering terminalCover:MR–20NSBBy HONDA TSUSHIN+A02B–0098–K890M60M79M185M18...

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    B–61393E/06B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSAPPENDIX351ConductorSheathTotal o terElectric characteristicNameDiameterComposi-tionSheaththicknessTotal outerdia.ConductorresistanceAllowablecurrentCode*Cable A(10–pair)f0.55 mm7/0.181.5 mmf10.0 mm110W/km1.6 AA66L–0001–0041Cable B(50 core)f0....

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    B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSB–61393E/06APPENDIX352Usage (Connector symbol)NameSpecificationCodeNumberPower supply unit forCE Marking For 200 VAC input/output(CP1, CP2, CP3)AMP,3–pin,Black,Type X+TerminalAMP1–175218–5(3 pcs)312D–3AMPXAMP1–178128–3A02B–0120–K321Power supply...

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    B–61393E/06B. CONNECTING CABLES AND CONNECTORSAPPENDIX353Usage (Connector symbol)NumberCodeSpecificationNameFor I/O Link (JD1A,JD1B) Servo cable orConnec-tor withcover(20–pin,half–pitch, fe-male,soldertype)HONDA+Main body of connectorPCR–E20FSCoverPCR–V20LAHONDA TSUSHIN KOGYO CO., LTD.A...

  • Page 363

    APPENDIXC. HALF PITCH 20–PIN INTERFACECONNECTORS AND CABLESB–61393E/06354C HALF PITCH 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS ANDCABLESModel: PCR–EV20MDT manufactured by Honda TsushinThe connector for the PC board has been specially developed supportFANUC’s high–mounting density. PCR connectors...

  • Page 364

    APPENDIXB–61393E/06C. HALF PITCH 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES355This connector assembles multiple #28AWG wires into a singleconnection. In comparison with solder contact and crimp contactconnectors, this connector enables a cable to be assembled at a muchlower cost.The Honda Tsushi...

  • Page 365

    APPENDIXC. HALF PITCH 20–PIN INTERFACECONNECTORS AND CABLESB–61393E/06356Connector namein ConnectionManualFANUC–authorizedconnector(manufacturer)FANUC–authorizedhousing or case(manufacturer)FANUC order number ofapplicable cable(FANUC–developed cable)RemarksPCR–E20FAPressure contactfor...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06C. HALF PITCH 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES357Connector name inConnection ManualFANUC–authorizedconnector(manufacturer)Wire preparation toolPressure toolRemarksPCR–E20FAPCR–E20FA(Honda Tsushin)PCS–K2AFHPT–918ALow price(Honda Tsushin)JGPS–015–1/1–20J...

  • Page 367

    APPENDIXC. HALF PITCH 20–PIN INTERFACECONNECTORS AND CABLESB–61393E/06358Machine 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. Indi...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL359D MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06360The Series 0 has a machine operator’s panel which consists of generaloperation keys configured as a flat keyboard. The keys and LEDs on theflat keyboard are configured using matrices. Input from the keys andoutput to the LEDs are performed ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL361The operator’s panel is provided with a lot of keys, LEDs, rotary switches,etc. For keys and LEDs, they are coded, and connected to the CNC withsmaller number of signal lines than the actual number of keys or LEDs.Since coding and data transf...

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06362The key switch signal is generated by the bit image at the PMC address(F292 – F299) through the management software of the PMC. Whetherthe necessary key is depressed can be known by checking the bit imageof the key switch by the PMC program ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL363The machine operator’s panel has 2 kinds as type–A and type–B. Whenit is connected with the I/O card which have sink type DO drivers, type–Amust be used. And when source type DO drivers, type–B must be used.Connect the M1 and M2 conne...

  • Page 373

    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/063640V10V20V30V419X21.420X16.321X16.222X17.35X20.56X16.77X17.78X18.723X17.224X18.325X18.226X21.69X17.110X17.027X21.52833X21.334X21.235X21.136X21.037X20.638X16.539X17.540X18.541X21.742X22.711X16.112X16.013X20.714X20.415X20.316X20.217X20.118X20.043X2...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL3650V10V20V30V419X21.420X16.321X16.222X17.35X20.56X16.77X17.78X18.723X17.224X18.325X18.226X21.69X17.110X17.027X21.52833X21.334X21.235X21.136X21.037X20.638X16.539X17.540X18.541X21.742X22.711X16.112X16.013X20.714X20.415X20.316X20.217X20.118X20.043X2...

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06366I/O card E1 to E3COMO0 toCOMO4M202(01) to (04), (50)Machine Operator’s Panel Control PCB (Type B)0V, NC8Y51.7M202 (33)Y51.7MB2A (01) to(04), (50)MB2A (33)External 24 VDC Power SupplyY51.6M202 (34)Y51.6MB2A (34)Y51.0M202 (40)Y51.0MB2A (40)@@@@...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL367The DI/DO signals at the following addresses (PMC) are used exclusivelyfor the operator’s panel.#7KD7X20#6KD6#5KD5#4KD4#3KD3#2KD2#1KD1#0KD0PMC ADDRESS#7KEYX21#6#5:RSV1#4:ESP#3:OV8#2:OV4#1:OV2#0:OV1#7KSTX22#6#5RSV3#4RSV2#3KA3#2KA2#1KA1#0KA0#7L...

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06368The key switch signal is input directly. Execute processing by using thePMC so that the protect mode is reset at KEY=1.On the PC board for controlling the machine operator’s panel, the signalcan be used as a general–purpose input signal.Th...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL369The operator’s panel PCB (the reverse side of the operator’s panel) isequipped with a green status display LED. It indicates the followingstatuses.Flashing about every second : NormalOn (No flashing) :Test modeOther than above :FaultTo set...

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    BITPMC ADDRESSKey coordinatesBITPMC ADDRESSKey coordinatesAPPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06370The address (equivalent to bit) for key signal read–in or LED ON/OFF isas shown in the table below.Table D.5.3 (a) Key board address for small type operator’s panel76543210F292/G242...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL371To use operator’s panel, set the OPERATOR PANEL on the Parametersetting screen when PMC ladder program is registered. When using the operator panel, set the parameter preceded by ‘02’ in Fig.D.6 to ‘YES’.1) At first make the CRT disp...

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06372This operator’s panel is operative only on PMC–L/M. The operator’spanel is made up of the following keys, LEDs, etc.D Key switch (Seat key)D Small type42 key (T series),. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 key (M series), . . . . ....

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL373Program protect keyOverride rotaryswitchEmergency stopbuttonKey switch (sheet key)in the key describes LED (red)fFig. D.7.1 (a) Front view of operator’s panel for 9″ small type CRT/MDI unit (T series)

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06374Fig. D.7.1 (b) Front view of operator’s panel for 9″ small type CRT/MDI unit (M series)

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL375Program protectkeyOverride rotary switchCordinate systemEmergency stop buttonManual pulse generatorKey switch (sheet key)in the key describes LED (red)fFig. D.7.1 (c) Front view of operator’s panel for full key 9″ CRT/MDI unit (T series)

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06376Cordinate systemFig. D.7.1 (d) Front view of operator’s panel for full key 9″ CRT/MDI unit (M series)

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL377Part mounting limit (including cables)Panel cutoutWeight 1.9 kgThis bracket can be removed.Type B has a stud for protective ground (M4).Fig. D.7.1 (e) Operator’s panel for 9″ small type CRT/MDI unitNOTEThe above figure applies to type A. ...

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06378Part mounting limit (including cables)Panel cutoutWeight 1.9 kgThis bracket can be removed.Type B has a stud for protective ground (M4).Fig. D.7.1 (f) Operator’s panel for 9″ full key CRT/MDI unitNOTEThe above figure applies to type A. F...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL379Type ADoes not qualify for CE markingType BQualifies for CE markingD Differences betweentypes A and BDifferences in thesilk–screen printing onthe panel, other than thekey sheets

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06380The symbolic design keysheets for type Boperator’s panel(1) M series full key type(2) M series small type

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL381(3) T series full key type(4) T series small type

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06382EnglishSymbolMeaningsAUTOAUTO mode selection: Mode is automatic operation.EDITEDIT mode selection: Mode is program edition.MDIMDI mode selection: Mode is MDI.JOGJOG feed mode selection: Mode is jog feed.INCJOGSTEP feed mode selection: Mode...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL383EnglishMeaningsSymbolOPTSTOPOPTIONAL STOP:When this signal is turned on, auto running operation is stopped after execut-ing M01 block.DRYRUNDRY RUN:When this signal is turned on, axes feed speed will be JOG feed speed notcommand speed on the pr...

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06384EnglishMeaningsSymbolCLNTONCOOLANT ON:Coolant is started.CLNTOFFCOOLANT OFF:Coolant is stopped.CLNTAUTOCOOLANT AUTO:COOLANT ON/OFF control in AUTO operation.SPDL100%SPINDLE OVERRIDE 100%:The rotation of spindle motor is 100% override.SPDLDECSPI...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL385Refer to the following figure to mount the reader/puncher interface to theoperator’s panel.Plate A is usually mounted so as the blind face is front.However, when reader/puncher interface is mounted, use it so as theconnector mounting face is ...

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06386When cable J28 is prepared by the machine tool builder, make the plateB according to the following figure.2–M319232–f3.1ÃÃÃÃÃÃ11.0ÃÃR15424765555755Dimensions of plate BSpecification of the connector is as follows.D–sub connectorDB...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL387When the PC board for controlling the machine operator’s panel is used,the Series 0 supports the number of I/O points indicated in the table below.The numbers in the table do not include the I/O points added by using theFANUC I/O Link.ABCDMax...

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06388Ensure that the LEDs satisfy the following conditions.1) *LD0–*LD15, *T01–*T32Normal direction voltage2.4 V max. (If = 5mA)Normal direction current30 mA max.Reverse direction voltage3V max.DC24V (approx. 0.5A) is supplied to the operator’...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL3897–M3 holeÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃThe area surrounded by broken lines must not contain a bracket.Part mounting limit (excluding the cables)Connector layout on printed circuit boardStatus display LED (gre...

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06390Y51.7X22.5X21.7X21.3+24VX21.5X21.4X20.7X20.50V0V01020V030V041920X16.321X16.222X17.30506X16.707X17.708X18.723X17.224X18.325X18.226X21.609X17.110X17.027283334X21.235X21.136X21.037X20.638X16.539X17.540X18.54142X22.711X16.112X16.01314X20.415X20.316...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL391:OV401COM302:OV103:OV20405:OV806CDX201:ESP02COM1CDX101COM202KEYCDX3Fig. D.9 (d):LD0:KYD6:KYD40102:KYD003:KYD2040506:KCY007:KCY208:KCY409:KCY61011121314:LD115:LD216:LD317:LD418:LD5:LD719:LD62021:T0122:T1123:T2124:T3125A:LD8:KYD7:KYD50102:KYD103:...

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06392Table D.9 (a) shows the connector standard name on the cable side.Table D.9 (a)NameStandard nameManufacturerM1AMR–50LMHHONDA TSUSHINM1BMR–50LFHHONDA TSUSHINM2AMR–50LMHHONDA TSUSHINM2BMR–50LFHHONDA TSUSHINCDKFAS–50–17YAMAICHI DENKICD...

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    BITPMC ADDRESSAPPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL393When the detour prevention diode is not inserted, up to 2 key switches canbe simultaneously inputted. A0 to H7 in Table D.9 (b) shows the keyswitch numbers of Figure D.9 (f).Table D.9 (b)76543210F292A7A6A5A4A3A2A1A0F293B7B6B5B4B3...

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    BITPMC ADDRESSAPPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06394A0–H7 in Table D.9 (c) shows the LED numbers of Figure D.9 (g) andFigure D.9 (h).Table D.9 (c)76543210F242A7A6A5A4A3A2A1A0F243B7B6B5B4B3B2B1B0F244C7C6C5C4C3C2C1C0F245D7D6D5D4D3D2D1D0F246E7E6E5E4E3E2E1E0F247F7F6F5F4F3F2F1F0F248G7...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL395:T31:T21:T11:T01B0B1B2B3B4B5B6B7CKD–A24CKD–A23CKD–A22CKD–A21:LD0:LD1:LD2:LD3:LD4:LD5:LD6:LD7CKD–A13CKD–A14CKD–A15CKD–A16CKD–A17CKD–A18CKD–A19CKD–A20C0C1C2C3C4C5C6C7D0D1D2D3D4D5D6D7A0A1A2A3A4A5A6A7Fig. D.9 (g)

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    APPENDIXD. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANELB–61393E/06396:T32:T22:T12:T02F0F1F2F3F4F5F6F7CKD–B24CKD–B23CKD–B22CKD–B21:LD8:LD9:LD10:LD11:LD12:LD13:LD14:LD15CKD–B13CKD–B14CKD–B15CKD–B16CKD–B17CKD–B18CKD–B19CKD–B20G0G1G2G3G4G5G6G7H0H1H2H3H4H5H6H7E0E1E2E3E4E5E6E7Fig. D.9 (h)

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06D. MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL397Emergency stop (:ESP) signal:Contact closed: Emergency stop cancellationContact open:Emergency stop stateP.C board for machine operator’s panelTerminal numberEmergency stopsignalKEY/:ESP/:OV1 to:OV8 connectionexample

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX398E PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)

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    Operator’s panel control PCB allocation to the I/O Link DI/DO (Name of module)DIor DOB–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX399The machine operator’s panel interface unit (A16B-2201-0110) isconnected to the Series 0 control unit through the...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX400D 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 f...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX401DI37ÇÇÇPins shaded by are those for forwarding signals. Pins with thesame name are connected directly to one another.Input/output pins shaded by are in pairs. Only one in eac...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX40297531+5VTXBRXB108642:TXB:RXB19171513110V0V0V2018161412+5V0V0V0VJD1A (FANUC I/O Link : NEXT SLAVE)+5V97531+5VTXARXA108642:TXA:RXA19171513110V0V0V2018161412+5V0V0V0VJD1B (FANUC I/O Link : BEFORE SLAVE)+5V...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX403DInxGeneral-purpose DILMLoad meter voltageDOnxGeneral-purpose DOSMSpeed meter voltage:ESPEmergency stop0MLM/SM reference voltage(0V)ECM1:ESP common signal:KYDx Matrix DI data signalOTROT release:KYCx Ma...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX404+5ERVDI00–DI370VInput signal specificationsContact rating5VDC, 3.2mA or higherLeakage current between open contacts0.2mA or lower (5 VDC)Voltage drop across closed contacts0.75V or lowerPhotocoupler ...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX405See Section E.1.5 for the corresponding PMC addresses.CM26–A06KY07KY06KY05KY04KY03KY02KY01KY00BZ0CM26–B06KY17KY16KY15KY14KY13KY12KY11KY10BZ1CM26–A07KY27KY26KY25KY24KY23KY22KY21KY20BZ2CM26–B07KY3...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX406- 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 sh...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX407NOTEA diode must be connected in series with a switch, as shownbelow.:KYCn:KYDnDetour preventiondiode- This PCB can raise a key input confirmation sound on key inputs. Thecondition to raise a key input...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX408If:BZMD is connected to:KYC0 and :KYC2, but disconnectedfrom:KYC1 and KYC3, as shown on the left, closing a switch at keyaddresses KY10 to KY17 and KY30 to KY37 causes the key inputconfirmation sound to...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX409See item E.1.5 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:LD7L1L0L1L...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX410CM26-B24CM26-B23CM26-B22CM26-B21CM26-B13CM26-B14CM26-B15CM26-B16CM26-B17CM26-B18CM26-B19CM26-B20LC4HLC3HLC2HLC1H:LD8:LD9:LD10:LD11:LD12:LD13:LD14:LD15L1H0L1H1L1H2L1H3L1H4L1H5L1H6L1H7L2H0L2H1L2H2L2H3L2H4...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX411The LEDs must have the following ratingForward voltage2.4V max (If=5mA)(Typical value)Forward current30mA maxReverse voltage3V maxAnalog inputs received from the outside are forwarded without change too...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX412A 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.)A09B09178M...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX413Signals generated by the power ON/OFF control switches on the machineoperator’s panel can be sent to an input unit. (These signals cannot be sentto the CNC through the FANUC I/O Link.)561113Machine o...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX414DI+00FUSEDI+01KY07KY06KY05KY04KY03KY02KY01KY00DI+02KY17KY16KY15KY14KY13KY12KY11KY10DI+03KY27KY26KY25KY24KY23KY22KY21KY20DI+04KY37KY36KY35KY34KY33KY32KY31KY30DI+05KY47KY46KY45KY44KY43KY42KY41KY40DI+06KY5...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX415D 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....

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX416ConnectorMajor useSpecificationCM15, CM16, CM17General-purposeDI/DOHIF3BA-34D-2.54R :Manufactured by HIROSE ELECTRICCO., LTD.CNA1Signal forwarding(to the machine)PCR-E20FS :Manufactured by HONDA TSUSH...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX417CM26A1A1A1CM1689CM15B17B1712489310261710B252211Unit: mmTolerance: "5 (mm)CPD1CNA1CND1JD1AJD2BCA40Applox. 100mm10mm1.6mm15075A1CM17B171615JD1ACNA1JD1B2241960CNB1CPD1E.1.9Machine Operator’sPanel ...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX418CM26CM16CM152963104.5fHole for connecting to a groundFasten the PCB with four M4 screws.Unit : mm1501102020CM171818114E.1.10Machine Operator’sPanel Interface UnitMounting DimensionDiagramMounting hole...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX419It is possible to fix the sheet, spacer, etc. only in the area shown in thediagram below.CM26CM16CM1515127375141213010CM1710101025130101088201814NOTEApplied to the PCB version number “03A” and beyon...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX420CM26CM16CM15FU1:+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)CM17FU3F...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX421“Option card 1” is a option PCB for “Machine operator’s panel controlPCB designed for use with FANUC I/O Link”. This PCB can control the7 segment LEDs to display the turret number, spindle ro...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX422(c) display style:When one LED of a level meter is lighted,all LEDs to the left of the lighted LED arealso lighted. A single LED cannot belighted alone (with the exception of theleftmost LED).(i) displ...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX423The connections of 7 segment LEDs and level–meters on machineoperator’s panel is as follows.About details, please refer to “2.6 Connector Table” and “Connections ofSignal Line”.LED4LEVEL MET...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX424PMC address, that is allocated for 7 segment LED data and level–meterdata, is as follows.7 segment LED 2 dataPMCADDRESS7 segment LED 1 data∼76543210(DO : The first address of area that allocated for...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX425(1) Data for 7 segment LED(a) PMC output : BCDThe data for 7 segment LED must be transformed to BCD of 4bitby PMC.Treated data for 7segment LED is from “0000” to “1001” and“1111”. (When 111...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX426The data for following displays of 7 segment LED are as follows.0011Zero–suppressPMCADDRESS76543210DO+13DO+14DO+15DO+16DO+17DO+18DO+19DO+20DO+21DO+22010000010010000000001111011001110101000000000000000...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX427(2) Data for level–meterPMC output : BinaryThe data for level–meter is Binary of 5 bitThe treated data is from “00000” to “10100”. Don’t use besides them.Binary dataBinary data......00000...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX428The signal allocation in connector CM18 and CM19 are as follows.A:LEDAa:LEDAc:LEDAe:LEDAg:LEDBa:LEDBc:LEDBe:LEDBg:LEDCa:LEDCc:LEDCe:LEDCg:LEDDa:LEDDc:LEDDe:LEDDg:LEDEa:LEDEc:LEDEe:LEDEg:LEDFa:LEDFc:LEDF...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX429(1) 7 segment LEDConnect a each of signals (:LED_j and LEDCOM_) with the a ∼gterminals and with common terminal of 7 segment LED.:LED_aa:LED_bb:LED_cc:LED_dd:LED_ee:LED_ff:LED_ggabdecfgCOMMONLEDCOM_NO...

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    E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)B–61393E/06APPENDIX430Specification of connector which is used in flat cable that connects“Option card 1” with Operator’s panel is as follows.ÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔ...

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    B–61393E/06E. PRINTED BOARD FOR OPERATOR’S PANEL CONTROLLER (FOR FANUC I/O Link)APPENDIX431Settle the “Option card 1” on “Machine operator’s panel control PCB”with 6 pieces of spacer.And connect a connector CMP1 on “Option card 1” with a connectorCMP1 on “Machine operator’s ...

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    APPENDIXF. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1B–61393E/06432F SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06F. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1433The operator’s panel connection unit C1 is common DI/DO unit havingDI: 96 points and DO: 64 points. The operator’s panel connection unitC1 can be connected to Series 0 through FANUC I/O Link.For the standard of I/O ...

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    APPENDIXF. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1B–61393E/06434The connection diagram is shown below. For the details of the signalcable, refer to the FANUC PMC–M with I/O Link.Optical I/O Link adapterOptical I/OLink adapterK3X(When using an optical cable, see the drawing below.)...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06F. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1435Operator’s panel connection unit C1. 12345678910111213141516171819202122232425CM11 (FAP–50–07#4)AXn+0.0Xn+0.2Xn+0.4Xn+0.6Xn+1.0Xn+1.2Xn+1.4Xn+1.6Xn+2.0Xn+2.2Xn+2.4Xn+2.6Xn+3.0Xn+3.2Xn+3.4Xn+3.6Xn+4.0Xn+4.2Xn+4.4Xn...

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    APPENDIXF. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1B–61393E/06436Addresses of DI/DO in the FANUC PMC–M with I/O Link are as follows:DI/DOAddressDGN. NODI128 byte = 1024 point (MAX)X3072–X31995072–5199DO128 byte = 1024 point (MAX)Y3200–Y33275200–5327The point number of DI and...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06F. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1437+24Xn+0.0Xn+0.1Xn+0.2Xn+0.3Xn+0.4Xn+0.5Xn+0.6Xn+0.7Xn+1.0Xn+1.1Xn+1.2Xn+1.3Xn+1.4Xn+1.5Xn+1.6Xn+1.7Bit No.Address No.Connection exampleRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVCM11 (A01)CM11 (B01)CM11 (A02)CM11 (B02)CM11 (A03)CM1...

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    APPENDIXF. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1B–61393E/06438+24Xn+2.0Xn+2.1Xn+2.2Xn+2.3Xn+2.4Xn+2.5Xn+2.6Xn+2.7Xn+3.0Xn+3.1Xn+3.2Xn+3.3Xn+3.4Xn+3.5Xn+3.6Xn+3.7Bit No.Address No.Connection exampleRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVCM11 (A09)CM11 (B09)CM11 (A10)CM11 (B10)CM11 (A11)CM1...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06F. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1439+24Xn+4.0Xn+4.1Xn+4.2Xn+4.3Xn+4.4Xn+4.5Xn+4.6Xn+4.7Xn+5.0Xn+5.1Xn+5.2Xn+5.3Xn+5.4Xn+5.5Xn+5.6Xn+5.7Bit No.Address No.Connection exampleRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVCM11 (A17)CM11 (B17)CM11 (A18)CM11 (B18)CM11 (A19)CM1...

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    APPENDIXF. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1B–61393E/06440+24Xn+6.0Xn+6.1Xn+6.2Xn+6.3Xn+6.4Xn+6.5Xn+6.6Xn+6.7Xn+7.0Xn+7.1Xn+7.2Xn+7.3Xn+7.4Xn+7.5Xn+7.6Xn+7.7Bit No.Address No.Connection exampleRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVCM12 (A01)CM12 (B01)CM12 (A02)CM12 (B02)CM12 (A03)CM1...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06F. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1441+24Xn+8.0Xn+8.1Xn+8.2Xn+8.3Xn+8.4Xn+8.5Xn+8.6Xn+8.7Xn+9.0Xn+9.1Xn+9.2Xn+9.3Xn+9.4Xn+9.5Xn+9.6Xn+9.7Bit No.Address No.Connection exampleRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVCM12 (A09)CM12 (B09)CM12 (A10)CM12 (B10)CM12 (A11)CM1...

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    APPENDIXF. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1B–61393E/06442+24Xn+10.0Xn+10.1Xn+10.2Xn+10.3Xn+10.4Xn+10.5Xn+10.6Xn+10.7Xn+11.0Xn+11.1Xn+11.2Xn+11.3Xn+11.4Xn+11.5Xn+11.6Xn+11.7Bit No.Address No.Connection exampleRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVCM12 (A17)CM12 (B17)CM12 (A18)CM12 (B...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06F. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1443Yn+0.0Yn+0.1Yn+0.2Yn+0.3Yn+0.4Yn+0.5Yn+0.6Yn+0.7Yn+1.0Yn+1.1Yn+1.2Yn+1.3Yn+1.4Yn+1.5Yn+1.6Yn+1.7Bit No.Address No.Connection exampleDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVCM13 (B02)CM13 (A03)CM13 (B03)CM13 (A04)CM13 (B04)CM13 (A0...

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    APPENDIXF. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1B–61393E/06444Yn+2.0Yn+2.1Yn+2.2Yn+2.3Yn+2.4Yn+2.5Yn+2.6Yn+2.7Yn+3.0Yn+3.1Yn+3.2Yn+3.3Yn+3.4Yn+3.5Yn+3.6Yn+3.7Bit No.Address No.Connection exampleDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVCM13 (B10)CM13 (A11)CM13 (B11)CM13 (A12)CM13 (B12)CM13 (A1...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06F. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1445Yn+4.0Yn+4.1Yn+4.2Yn+4.3Yn+4.4Yn+4.5Yn+4.6Yn+4.7Yn+5.0Yn+5.1Yn+5.2Yn+5.3Yn+5.4Yn+5.5Yn+5.6Yn+5.7Bit No.Address No.Connection exampleDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVCM13 (B18)CM13 (A19)CM13 (B19)CM13 (A20)CM13 (B20)CM13 (A2...

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    APPENDIXF. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1B–61393E/06446Yn+6.0Yn+6.1Yn+6.2Yn+6.3Yn+6.4Yn+6.5Yn+6.6Yn+6.7Yn+7.0Yn+7.1Yn+7.2Yn+7.3Yn+7.4Yn+7.5Yn+7.6Yn+7.7Bit No.Address No.Connection exampleDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVCM14 (B02)CM14 (A03)CM14 (B03)CM14 (A04)CM14 (B04)CM14 (A0...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06F. SERIES 0–C OPERATOR’S PANEL CONNECTION UNIT C1447Approx. 70 mmF.4EXTERNALDIMENSION

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    APPENDIXG. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3B–61393E/06448G ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06G. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3449Additional I/O–B3 and F3 are I/O cards featuring a FANUC I/O Linkinterface. Additional I/O–B3 cards have the same number of input/outputsignals as those of additional I/O–B2 cards, thus maintaining thecompatibility of the interface with the...

  • Page 459

    APPENDIXG. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3B–61393E/06450The input signals are the same as those of the built–in I/O card. See theinput signal standard in Section 6.2.1.The output signals for sink–type additional I/O–B3 are the same as thoseof the built–in I/O card. See the description of outp...

  • Page 460

    APPENDIXB–61393E/06G. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3451[Block diagram of a DO drive IC]CONTROLLOGICÃÃIN#0OHDOCDÃDOCOMÃÃCONTROLLOGICOCDÃÃÃÃIN#1CONTROLLOGICOCDÃÃIN#7OUT#0OUT#1OUT#7OHD: Over heat protect circuit OCD: Over current protect circuit

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    APPENDIXG. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3B–61393E/06452NOTEDon’t connect with parallel as followings.DVDVÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃRelay+24V 0V0VDOCOMNOTEIf using a resister for slight lighting as followings, connect adiode for leak current prevention.DV+24V 0V0VDOCOMDiode for leak current preventionResis...

  • Page 462

    APPENDIXB–61393E/06G. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3453The connection outline is shown below. For the details of the signal cable,refer to section 6.3.2. Optical I/OLink adapterOptical I/OLink adapterK3XK3X(When using an optical cable, see the drawing below.)J36K1XMaster PCBCS3CAPPMC-MJD1A1Powersupp...

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    APPENDIXG. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3B–61393E/06454+5VSOUTSIN0907050301*SOUT*SIN10080604020V0V0V1917151311+5V+5V0V0V0V2018161412JD1B+5VSOUTSIN0907050301*SOUT*SIN10080604020V0V0V1917151311+5V+5V0V0V0V2018161412JD1A1+24V20V3CP51Additional I/O board F3, F4Connector HONDA TSUSHINPCR–E20FSControl uni...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06G. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3455Additional I/O–B3M61(MR–50RMA)0V0V0V0VXn+7.5Xn+5.7Xn+5.6Xn+6.7Xn+6.6Xn+6.4Xn+6.1Xn+6.0Xn+7.7Xn+7.4Xn+7.3Xn+7.2Xn+7.1Xn+7.0123456789101112131415161718Xn+8.4Xn+5.3Xn+5.2Xn+5.1Xn+5.0Xn+6.3Xn+6.2Xn+8.6Xn+8.5+24V+24V+24V+24V192021222324252627282930...

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    APPENDIXG. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3B–61393E/06456M61(MR–50RMA)0V0V0V0VXn+7.5Xn+5.7Xn+5.6Xn+6.7Xn+6.6Xn+6.4Xn+6.1Xn+6.0Xn+7.7Xn+7.4Xn+7.3Xn+7.2Xn+7.1Xn+7.0123456789101112131415161718Xn+8.4Xn+5.3Xn+5.2Xn+5.1Xn+5.0Xn+6.3Xn+6.2Xn+8.6Xn+8.5+24V+24V+24V+24V1920212223242526272829303132Xn+8.3Xn+8.2Xn+...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06G. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3457Table G.3(a) Pin assignment for input signals and commonsignal pin assignment for those signalsSignaladdressSignal pin assignmentCommon signal pinassignmentaddressI/O–B3I/O–F3No.I/O–B3I/O–F3No.Xn+0#0M78M7833Xn+0#1M78M7819Xn+0#2M78M7834Xn+...

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    APPENDIXG. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3B–61393E/06458SignaladdressCommon signal pinassignmentSignal pin assignmentSignaladdressNo.I/O–F3I/O–B3No.I/O–F3I/O–B3Xn+3#5M78M7844M78M7828Xn+3#6M78M7814Xn+3#7M78M7845Xn+4#0M78M7815Xn+4#1M78M7846Xn+4#2M78M7816Xn+4#3M78M7847M78M7829Xn+4#4M78M7817M78M782...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06G. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3459SignaladdressSignal pin assignmentCommon signal pinassignmentaddressI/O–B3I/O–F3No.I/O–B3I/O–F3No.Xn+7#0M61M6118Xn+7#1M61M6117Xn+7#2M61M6116Xn+7#3M61M6115Xn+7#4M61M6114Xn+7#5M61M6105Xn+7#6M61M6137Xn+7#7M61M6113Xn+8#0M61M6136Xn+8#1M61M6135X...

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    APPENDIXG. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3B–61393E/06460SignaladdressCommon signal pinassignmentSignal pin assignmentSignaladdressNo.I/O–F3I/O–B3No.I/O–F3I/O–B3Xn+10#0M80MB8039Xn+10#1M80MB8009Xn+10#2M80MB8025Xn+10#3M80MB8040Xn+10#4M80MB8010Xn+10#5M80MB8026Xn+10#6M80MB8041Xn+10#7M80MB8011Xn+11#0...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06G. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3461Table G.3 (b) Pin assignment for output signals and commonsignal pin assignment for those signalsThe additional I/O–B3 card is capable only of sink–type output.The additional I/O–F3 card is capable only of source–type output.SignalSignal ...

  • Page 471

    APPENDIXG. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3B–61393E/06462SignaladdressSignal pinSignal pinSignaladdressNo.I/O–F3No.I/O–B3Ym+3#0M6218MB6218Ym+3#1M6217MB6217Ym+3#2M6216MB6216Ym+3#3M6215MB6215Ym+3#4M6214MB6214Ym+3#5M6213MB6213Ym+3#6M6212MB6212Ym+3#7M6211MB6211Ym+4#0M6249MB6249Ym+4#1M6245MB6245Ym+4#2M62...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06G. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3463SignaladdressSignal pinSignal pinSignaladdressNo.I/O–F3No.I/O–B3Ym+6#0M7909MB7909Ym+6#1M7910MB7910Ym+6#2M7911MB7911Ym+6#3M7912MB7912Ym+6#4M7913MB7913Ym+6#5M7914MB7914Ym+6#6M7915MB7915Ym+6#7M7916MB7916Ym+7#0M8033MB8033Ym+7#1M8019MB8019Ym+7#2M80...

  • Page 473

    APPENDIXG. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3B–61393E/06464To use additional I/O–B3 or F3 cards, input/output signals must beassigned by means of I/O module assignment using a PMC–M ladderprogram. For details, refer to the FANUC PMC–MODEL K/L/M/PProgramming Manual.Make the following settings for th...

  • Page 474

    APPENDIXB–61393E/06G. ADDITIONAL I/O–B3, F3465Reserve spaceMounting holeMounting holeM79 (I/O–B3)MB79 (I/O–F3)M62 (I/O–B3)MB62(I/O–F3)M80 (I/O–B3)MB80(I/O–F3)M78M61G.5DIMENSIONS

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06466H DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION467In this chapter, the required electrical and structural specification onconnecting I/O module for Series 0–C is described.In order to connect the I/O module, a PMC–M with optical interface isnecessary.M25Optical connectorCOP4PMC...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06468The I/O unit is a unit for mounting the I/O modules, with the followingcomponents.D I/O base unitA motor board to mount various modules. Four types of I/O base unitsare offered with I/O module mount capacity of 4, 6, 8 and 10 modules...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION469Metal cableCNC control unitOptical fibercableI/O base unitI/O base unitI/O base unitI/O base unitCA15CA16 CA15CA16 CA15CA16PSUIEO1BCOP4IEO1APSUPSUIEO1BPSUIEO1BBase #0Base #1Base #2Base #3Group#0I/O base unitI/O base unitI/O base unitI...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06470I/O Base unit nameSlots numerBU10A10BU08A8BU06A6BU04A4NOTEWhen using the interface module IF04C, one more slot isnecessary for the IF04C, so I must be subtracted from theslots number of the I/O base unit mounted with IFG04Cs inthe abo...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION471Table H.2.1 Power supply capacity of the I/O unit calculation listMod le namePower supplyOccupied DI/DO pointsModule nameVoltage AVoltage BVoltage CDIDOI/O interface moduleIF01A1.8––I/O interface moduleIF01B1.6––I/O interface...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06472D Mount position of the two modules at the right are fixed.D Optional I/O modules can be mounted on mount positions 1 to 10.D The I/O interface module (IF04C) can be mounted on any mountposition 1 to 10.ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION473D Mount position of the two modules at the right are fixed.D Optional I/O modules can be mounted on mount positions 1 to 8.D The I/O interface module (IF04C) can be mounted on optionalposition of mount positions 1 to 8.876543210POWERC...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06474The I/O unit offers abundant I/O modules so that optional systems can beconstructed according to the machine tool specifications.SpecificationExternalLED inp tInput formModule nameRatedvoltageRatedcurrentResponsetimePoints (bytes)conn...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION475Mod leSpecificationPointsExternalLED inp tOutput formModulenameRatedvoltageRatedcurrentResponsetimePoints(bytes)connectionterminalLED inputdisplayFuseNon–insulatedOD32A24V to0 125A0 2mS32(4)One connectorNoneNoneinsulatedDC inputOD64...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06476Address of the modules in the sequence program must be decided bymachine tool builder. Set the memory using the PMC–M programmer.The address information set in the programmer must also be written whenwriting the sequence program in...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION477The character and the mount position of each module is now decided withthe group number, base number, slot number, and module name, so theaddress of each module can now be decided, corresponding these data andthe input/output addresse...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06478D When assigning I/O modules of different group number to theinput/output addresses in series, using the I/O interface moduleIP04C, the address where the group number changes, must be an evennumber address.Group number changes from ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION479Digital input module specifications are shown at Table H.2.4 (a) – (c).Table H.2.4 (a) DC input specifications (non–insulation type)ModuleItemID08A/BID16A/BID32A/BID64A/BPoints/module8163264Rated input voltage24VDCMax. input volta...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06480Table H.2.4 (b) DC input specifications (insulation type)ModuleItemID08C/DID16C/DID32C/DID64C/DPoints/module8163264Rated input voltage24VDCMax. input voltage30VDCOperation voltage (Note 1)ON15V or moreO eration voltage (Note 1)OFF8V o...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION481Table H.2.4 (c) AC input specificationsModuleItemIA08EIA16EPoints/module816Rated input voltage100∼120VAC, 50/60HzMax. input voltage140VACOperation voltage (Note 1)ON70V or moreO eration voltage (Note 1)OFF20V or lessOperation curre...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06482(1) Outer view of the digital input moduleThe digital input module is housed in a plastic case. It has three typesaccording to the connection method of the signal cable.35mm162mmC20B(i)Terminal board typeID08A/B, ID16A/BID08C/D, ID...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION483(2) Correspondence of the input signals and the addresses in the moduleThe following figure shows the correspondence of the input signals ofthe digital input module and the addresses in the module and the bits.The address in module...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06484ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION485ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06486ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION487ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06488ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION489ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06490ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION491ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06492ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION493ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06494ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION495Digital input module specifications are shown at Table H.2.5 (a) – (e).Table H.2.5 (a) DC output specifications (polarized non–contact type)ModuleItemOD32AOD64APoints/module3264Rated output voltage24 – 48 VDCRated output volta...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06496Table H.2.5 (b) DC output specifications (polarized non–contact type)ModuleItemOD08BOD16BOD32BOD64BPoints/module8163264Rated output voltage24 –48 VDCOutput voltage range50 VDC or less (Note 1)Per point0.5A0.25AMax. output current...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION497Table H.2.5 (c) DC output specifications (polarized non–contact type)ModuleItemOD08COD16CPoints/module816Rated output voltage24–48 VDCOutput voltage range50 VDC or less (Note 1)Per point2AMax. output currentPer common4A (Note 4)T...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06498Table H.2.5 (d) DC output specifications (polarized non–contact type)ModuleItemOD08DOD16DPoints/module8 outputs16 outputsRated output voltage100-120VAC, 50/60HzOutput voltage range85-132VACPer point1.6AMaximum output currentPer com...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION499Table H.2.5 (e) DC output specifications (polarized non–contact type)ModuleItemOA08EOA16EPoints/module8 outputs16 outputsRated output voltage200 - 240VAC, 50/60HzOutput voltage range160 - 264VACPer point1.6AMaximum output currentPe...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06500(1) Outer view of the digital output module The digital output module is housed in a plastic case. It has three typesaccording to the connection method of the signal cable.35mm162mmC21B(i)Terminal boardOD08B/C, OD16B/COA08D/E, OA16D/...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION5017OS0706OS065OS054OS043OS032OS021OS010OS00OS171OS16OS15OS14OS13OS12OS11OS10OS272OS26OS25OS24OS23OS22OS21OS20OS373OS36OS35OS34OS33OS32OS31OS30OS474OS46OS45OS44OS43OS42OS41OS40OS575OS56OS55OS54OS53OS52OS51OS50OS676OS66OS65OS64OS63OS62OS6...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06502ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅIsolatorAddress inmodule↓0.10.20.30.40.50.60.70.0(32)(48)(15)(31)(47)(30)(46)(49)(50)(12)(28)(44)(11)(27)(43)(10)(42)(29)(45)ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION503ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅIsolatorAddress inmodule↓2.12.22.32.42.52.62.72.0(24)(39)(06)(23)(38)(22)(37)(40)(41)(03)(20)(35)(02)(19)(34)(01)(33)(21)(36)ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06504ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅIsolatorAddress inmodule↓4.14.24.34.44.54.64.74.0(32)(48)(15)(31)(47)(30)(46)(49)(50)(12)(28)(44)(11)(27)(43)(10)(42)(29)(45)ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION505ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅIsolatorAddress inmodule↓6.16.26.36.46.56.66.76.0(24)(39)(06)(23)(38)(22)(37)(40)(41)(03)(20)(35)(02)(19)(34)(01)(33)(21)(36)ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06506ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅIsolatorAddress inmodule0.10.20.30.40.50.60.71.01.11.21.31.41.51.61.70.0ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION507ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅAddress inmodule0.10.20.30.40.50.60.70.0(32)(48)(15)(31)(47)(30)(46)(49)(50)(12)(28)(44)(11)(27)(43)(10)(42)(29)(45)ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06508ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅAddress inmodule2.12.22.32.42.52.62.72.0ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION509ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅAddress inmodule4.14.24.34.44.54.64.74.0ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06510ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION511ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅIsolatorAddress inmodule0.10.20.30.40.50.60.71.01.11.21.31.41.51.61.70.0ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06512ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅAddress inmodule0.10.20.30.40.50.60.71.01.11.21.31.41.51.61.70.0ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION513ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅAddress inmodule0.10.20.30.40.50.60.71.01.11.21.31.41.51.61.70.0ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06514(1) SpecificationModuleItemAD04AInput points4 points/moduleAnalog inpoutDC–10 to + 10V (Inpout resister 1MW)DC–20 to + 20 mA (Input resister 250W) can be selected.Digital output12 bit binary (complement of 2)I/O correspondenceAnal...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION515(1) Outer view of analog input moduleAnalog input module is terminal board type, being housed in a plasticcase.35mm162mm250mm(2)Correspondence between analog input signal and address in themoduleIn analog input unit AD04A, 4–channel...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06516D IA00–X corresponds to the weight of 20 and IA11–x correspondsto the weight 211; provided that IA11–x corresponds to the signbitin two’s–compliment notation.D Internal addresses correspond to analog input channels as follow...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION517(3) Connecting drawing of analog input module0X±10VVP1IP1COM1FG1VP2IP2COM2FG2VP3IP3COM3FG3VP4IP4COM4FG4PG11234567891011121314151621ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅChannel #01MW1MW250WAD04A (analog input module)Note 1ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06518ModuleItemDA02ADA03AInput points2 points/module3 points/moduleAnalog input–10 to + 10V DC (External load resistance more than 10 kMW)0 to +20mA DC (External load resistance 0 to 500W)Selectively employableDigital output12–bit bina...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION519(1) Outer view of the analog output moduleThe analog output module is a terminal board type module housedin a plastic case.35mm162mm250mm(2) Correspondence of the output signals and the analog address in themoduleIn the analog output ...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06520NOTE1 When setting address of the I/O module, the head addressof this module must be assigned and even number address.When writing the D/A–converting value from the userprogram, writing must always be done in word (16 bits) unit.2 I...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION521(3) Connecting drawing of analog output moduleVoltageAMPCurrentAMPD/AconverterChannel#0DA02A/DA03AVoltageAMPCurrentAMPD/AconverterChannel#1Note 1.VoltageAMPCurrentAMPD/AConverterChannel#2ÅÅÅÅNote 1.Voltage outputMore than 10KWLoad...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06522Fig. H.3.1 (a) shows connection when only one group of I/O unit is usedand Fig. H.3.1 (b) shows connection when two or more groups of I/O unitsare used. It is necessary to set the group number of interface moduleIF01A according to th...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION523CA15CA161010ÅÅÅÅIF01BÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅPowerModuleI/O moduleI/O base unit #3(IF01B used)ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅCA15CA161010ÅÅIF01BI/O moduleI/O base unit #2(IF01B used)J81ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅCA15CA161010ÅÅÅÅIF01BI/O moduleI/O base un...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06524ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅI/O unit group#2I/O unit group#1I/O unit group#0ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION525ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅPower input unit(in NC unit)RSG123CP5Japan FCISMS3RK–4TK2ALCALD123CP6CP6Japan FCISMS3RWS–4D28CP5SMS3PWS–5SMS3PK–5J73J74I/O moduleI/O unitIF01APowermod...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06526ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅCP911R42S5PA3G6PBJapan FCISMS6RA–2TK2J80J80J80J80M3M3M3M3To next I/O uni...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION527CA15Honda Tsushin, MR–50LMH (50–pin, male)CA16Honda Tsushin, MR–50LFH(50–pin, female)CA15Pin number1234495049CA16Pin number49501234D Use twist pair wires for (1,2) , (3,4), (5,6), (7,8)⋅⋅⋅ ⋅⋅⋅ ⋅⋅⋅ and (49,5...

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    APPENDIXH. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTIONB–61393E/06528I/O unit can be expanded to maximum 4 groups by a combination of theinterface module IF01A and IF04C. The setting terminal inside of theIF01A should be set as follows according to the group number of IF01A.(1) Position of setting te...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06H. DESCRIPTION OF I/O MODULE CONNECTION529IF04C has the same type of setting as IF01A should be set as followswithout fail. (Already set as follows at FANUC before shipment.)Setting plugSetting terminalSH1SH2SH3Setting methodInsert SH2 and SH3 to the setting plug. (SH1 ...

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    I. I/O Unit–MODEL AB–61393E/06APPENDIX530I I/O Unit–MODEL A

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    B–61393E/06I. I/O Unit–MODEL AAPPENDIX531The FANUC I/O Unit–MODEL A (“I/O Unit”) is a modular–type I/Ounit. It interfaces the Series 0 with the machine via the I/O Link. One I/Ounit can be configured by mounting the I/O modules required for eitherthe 5– or 10–slot base unit. A v...

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    I. I/O Unit–MODEL AB–61393E/06APPENDIX532Interface modules and various types of I/O modules can be mounted toand dismounted from the base unit easily as shown below.1 Hang the hook at the top of the module on the groove in the upper sideof the base unit.2 Make the connector of the module enga...

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    B–61393E/06I. I/O Unit–MODEL AAPPENDIX533Series 0control unitPMC–M(Correspinded to I/O–Link)JD1AI/O Unit–AAIF01AI/O Unit–AAIF01B24VDC24VDCK2XK1XK1XAIF01AAIF01B24VDC24VDCK2XK1XAIF01AAIF01BJD1BJD1AJD2CP32JD3JD2PC3224VDC24VDCK2XTerminator TXSSSMax.16groupJD1BJD1AJD2CP32JD1BJD1AJD2CP32JD3...

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    I. I/O Unit–MODEL AB–61393E/06APPENDIX534Connect the following power source to the connector CP32 of theinterface module (AIF01A or AIF01B).D Voltage : 24VDC"10%D Current : Determine from Table I.1.6.+24V21GND3CP32AIF01A/AIF01BJapan FCI, LTD. tripolar connector (Brown) Housing ...

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    B–61393E/06I. I/O Unit–MODEL AAPPENDIX535D Ground the base unit (ABU05A, ABU10A) by its grounding terminalBase unit (ABU05A, ABU10A)M4 ScrewterminalD When the cable K1X (see connection diagram in section I.1.4) runsbetween different cabinets, make sure to connect the cabinets with agrounding ...

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    I. I/O Unit–MODEL AB–61393E/06APPENDIX536Details of the cables K1X, K2X and the terminator shown in the generalconnection diagram are as follows.12345678910CNC or AIF01AJD1AAIF01AJD1BConnector HONDA TSU-SHIN KOGYO CO., LTD. PCR–E20FSSIN (1):SIN (2)SOUT (3:)SOUT (4)0V (11)0V (12)0V (13)0V (...

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    B–61393E/06I. I/O Unit–MODEL AAPPENDIX537JD2JD3(1)S1(2):S1(3)S2(4):S2(5)S3(6):S3(7)S4(8):S4(11) S5(12):S5(13) S6(14):S6(9)ID1(17) ID2(18) ID3(15) 0V(16) 0VS1(1):S1(2)S2(3):S2(4)S3(5):S3(6)S4(7):S4(8)S5(11):S5(12)S6(13):S6(14)ID1(9)ID2(17)ID3(18)0V(15)0V(16)Cable connection12345678910AIF01A or...

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    I. I/O Unit–MODEL AB–61393E/06APPENDIX53813246TRM1587TRM19101113121416151817TRM319 TRM220AIF01BJD2TRM2TRM3Connector HONDA TSU-SHIN KOGYO Co., LTD.PCR–E20FSJD2TRM1 (4)TRM1 (10)TRM2 (12)TRM2 (19)TRM3 (14)TRM3 (20)(a) Terminate the connector JD2 ofthe last AIF01B in a single groupwith th...

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    B–61393E/06I. I/O Unit–MODEL AAPPENDIX539For an external connecting method, there are two types of I/O modules :one with a terminal block, and one with a connector.The terminal block is a removable type.Terminal block typeA0 . . .7B0 . . .7Input/Outputdisplay LEDTerminal block coverM3.5 screw...

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    I. I/O Unit–MODEL AB–61393E/06APPENDIX540D Wiring material : AWG22 – 18 (0.3 – 0.75mm2)A wire as thin as possible is recommended.D Crimp style terminal : M3.5Crimp style terminal with no insulation sleeveand a short distance “A”, as illustrated in thedrawing below, is recommended.ADAI...

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    B–61393E/06I. I/O Unit–MODEL AAPPENDIX541InputtypeModulenameRatedvoltageRatedcurrentPolarityPointsPoints/commonExternalconnectionLEDdisplayFuseAOD08C12–24VDC2ANEG88TerminalblockprovidedprovidedAOD08D2APOS88TerminalblockprovidedprovidedInsulationtypeDCAOD16C0.5ANEG168Terminalblockprovidednot...

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    I. I/O Unit–MODEL AB–61393E/06APPENDIX5420A7A6A5A4A3A2A1A0#7#6#5#4#3#2#1#01B7B6B5B4B3B2B1B02C7C6C5C4C3C2C1C03D7D6D5D4D3D2D1D0Address in themoduleModule of 8pointsModule of 16 pointsModule of32 pointsBitAddresses in a module are defined relatively, with the beginning addressas 0. Real address...

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    B–61393E/06I. I/O Unit–MODEL AAPPENDIX543Example 1:When the following modules are used in the group No. 0AOD32C3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AOA12F2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AID32A5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AIA16G3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [Input p...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06J. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR Series 00544J CONNECTION OF CRT/MDI UNIT FOR Series 00

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    B–61393E/06J. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDI UNIT FOR Series 00APPENDIX545The installation conditions and method for the CRT/MDI for the Series00 are basically the same as in 9″ CRT/MDI unis. Therefore, refer to item3 in the text. Follow this reference material, however, for the followingitems.Th...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06J. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR Series 00546BK3· FCNC control unitM4H20- FTP2CP3CD13H20- FBK6· FM4Input unitNoteCD13CA314″ CRT/ MDICA7Battery unitManualpulsegeneratorNo.1 unitCRT/MDIadapterH20 : Honda Tsushin, MR connector, 20–pinH34 : Honda Tsushin, MR connector, 34...

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    B–61393E/06J. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDI UNIT FOR Series 00APPENDIX547Screw terminal block (M4)View from the back of the CRT/MDIJ.2.2Connector LayoutDrawing

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06J. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR Series 00548M4 screw terminalPower supplyPower ON/OFFSignalInput unitCP3CRT/ MDICNCSMS3PK-5CD13MRE20-RMAON1ON2OFF1ONCOMShot using a short bar.COMOFF2OFFM4 screw terminal200A200A200B200BGGCD13MRE20-RMAInput unitTP2 : M4 screw terminalEONEOFCOMO...

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    B–61393E/06J. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDI UNIT FOR Series 00APPENDIX54910111415181912568971256891011141528197CRT/ MDICNCWiring gauge :7/0.18 (0.18mm2), twist pairl, entire shieldingSpecification :A66L–0001–0041NC earth plate

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06J. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR Series 005503CA3 (6)CA3 (3)CA3 (13)CA3 (12)CA3 (2)CA3 (5)CA3 (11)CA3 (10)CA3 (4)CA3 (9)CA3 (1)CA3 (8)PNC earth cable (Cable clamp)1CA3MRE20-RMD0V20V30V+5V+5V+5V45678910111213HA1HB1HA2HB2HA3HB3141516171819Name of signalHA1 to 3HB1 to 3Descripti...

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    B–61393E/06J. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDI UNIT FOR Series 00APPENDIX551NOTEThe manual pulse generator’s current drain is 95mA per unit. The +5–V and 0–V wire gaugesshould be decided on so that the two–way voltage drop between the CRT/MDI and the manualpulse generator is not over 0.25V.Bat...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06J. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR Series 005522–M4 (Bottom)(Mounting holefor stand)Color : Mancell N3 GS50 smooth finishLack for air flowStand(Example)Unit stand(Example)Machining drawing for mounting hole.(Mounting Dimension of Stand)Air flow1) The calorific value of this u...

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    B–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX553K CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT554When a CRT/MDI switching circuit is used in a system featuring twoSeries 0–C (Series 0–Mate C) control units, the single CRT/MDI unit canbe switched between the two control units. With the CRT/MDI switching circuit, a single control unit ca...

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    B–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX555(1) For small–size MDITo switchover switch on machine–sideSwitching circuit printed boardA20B–1003–0890operation boardTo control unit BConnector M3Connector CCX5(4)To control unit AConnector M3To connector CP 15 on the controlunit electr...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT556(1) For monochrome CRTCP15CP15M3CCX5(CCX4)Switching printedboardCRT/MDIpanelM3ACCXACP51INM3BCCXBSWCCXSCP51OUTCN1CN2M3SKM1M3CCX5(CCX4)Control unit AK1K2K3Control unit BK4K5K6F1K7K8ElectricpowerSwitchover switch(machine–side operation board)This...

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    B–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX557(2) For color CRTCP15CN2M4 screw terminalInput unitCP5CP15M3CCX4Switching printedboardCRT/MDIpanelM3ACCXACP51INM3BCCXBSWCCXSCP51OUTCN1M3SKM1M3CCX4Control unit AK1K2K3Control unit BK4K5K6F1K9PowersupplySwitchover switch(machine–side operation b...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT558(1) The relationship between the switchover switch connection point andthe selected control unit is as shown below.Open ⋅⋅⋅ Select control unit AOpen ⋅⋅⋅ Select control unit BConnectionpointSW(18)SW(19, 20)(2) Prepare all the cables ...

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    B–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX559When connecting one CRT/MDI unit with many Series 0–C or Series 0Mate–C units. When using the CRT/MDI switching circuit, it is possible to connect oneCRT/MDI unit or many Series 0–C or Series 0 Mate–C units. An exampleis shown below of...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT560The following figure shows an example of connecting the Series 0–C(Series 0 Mate–C) and two CRT/MDI units when using the units byswitching between them.Control unit(FS0)ChangeovercircuitCRT/MDI signalCRT/MDI signalABChangeover signalChangeov...

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    B–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX561(1) Example of Connection for 9–inch monochrome CRTsPowersupplyM3FS0CCX5(CCX4)C1C2CP15Control unitK3C7Changeover switch(on the machine operator’s panel)M3SM3ACCXACP51OUTCP51INM3BCCXBC3CCXSSWKM1CN1CRT/MDI AChangeover circuitCN2C4C5C6KM1CN1CR...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT562(2) Example of Connection for color CRTsPowersupplyM3FS0CCX5(CCX4)C1C2CP15Control unitK3C7Changeover switch(on the machineoperator’s panel)M3SM3ACCXACP51OUTCP51INM3BCCXBC3CCXSSWKM1CN1CRT/MDI AChangeover circuitCN2C4C5C6KM1CN1CRT/MDI BCN2P520...

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    B–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX563(4) Changeover switch(a) The following table shows the relationship between the contactstate of the changeover switch and selected CRT/MDI unit.ContactSelectionOpenCRT/MDI unit A is selected.CloseCRT/MDI unit B is selected.(b) Contact circuitSW(...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT564(1) MDI : Small–size(2) MDI : Full–keyD External view diagram

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    B–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX565(3) Floor mounting typeThere are 2 kinds of CRT/MDI switching circuit arrangementspecifications for the MDI small–size type and full–key type. When 2control units are connected to one CRT/MDI unit being used normally, setaccording to the MD...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT5661) Arrange the CRT/MDI unit according to the standard order list.2) When the CRT and switching circuit electric power is taken from onelectric power unit by the K7 cable, specify either the electric powerunit B2 and C.Electric power unit B2 : A...

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    B–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX567This PDP/MDI switching circuit corresponds to the switch of not only thePlasma display but also CRT, EL and PDP display.Following are the examples of connection and adjustment for PDP.Attach the switching circuit to the PDP/MDI unit. There are ...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT568NOTE1 When a graphic card is used, the connector name is different. (CCX4)2 This connection does not use the cable. Directly connect the switching circuit to MDI unit.(1) K1(5,6)(1)(2)CP15(SMS 6RN–4)(3,4)POWER UNIT+24VCP5IN(AMP)0V+24V0VSWITC...

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    B–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX569(3) K3 , K5JA2A, JA2B(PCR–V20LA)(01)(11)M3(MR–20LFH)(07)CONTROL UNIT(13)*SW01*SW00Recommended cableA66L–0001–0284#10P(#28AWGX10 pair)(06)*SW02(02)(12)*SW03(12)(05)*SW04(03)(11)*SW05(13)(04)*SW06(04)(10)*SW07(14)(02)*KCM00(05)(03)*KCM01(0...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT570The relation between state of the contact point of the switchover switchand selected control units is as follows.Contact pointopen ⋅⋅⋅ Control unit A is selected.close ⋅⋅⋅ Control unit B is selected.SW (12)SW (14, 16)Contact pointJA1...

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    B–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX571SW (PCR–20P FEMALE)9753110864219171513112018160V140V12SELECTCP5IN,CP5OUT (AMP D–3000 3P Y–KEY)1+24V20V3M3S (MR–20P MALE)14*KCM0415*KCM0516*KCM0617*KCM071808*KCM0209*KCM0310*SW0711*SW0512*SW03192013*SW0101*KCM0802*KCM0003*KCM0104*SW0605*...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT572(1) Select control unit A side. (switchover switch¡¡open”)(2) Adjust a flat display. (It is necessary this adjustment of PDP and EL unit to absorb a slightdifference of control unit and the utilization cable at use.)A) Adjustment placePDP/...

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    B–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX573If you set and do not generate the flicker by 5–9, assume setting to be¡¡7”.SWITCHING CIRCUITSW1NOTEIt is not necessary to adjust when use this switching circuitto switch CRT.Example

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT574K.2.6External ViewK.2.6.1MDI : small

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    B–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX575K.2.6.2MDI : full key

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06K. CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUIT576There is two kinds of order specification of the PDP/MDI switchingcircuit (small MDI type and full key MDI type). And it has the oneattached to the back side of MDI unit individually and the one arrangedwith the unit.MDIORDER SPECIFICATIONATTAC...

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    B–61393E/06L. DETACHABLE CRT/MDIAPPENDIX577L DETACHABLE CRT/MDI

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06L. DETACHABLE CRT/MDI578The detachable CRT/MDI panel is a portable type CRT/MDI panel.Normally it is detached, and when necessary it uses a cable connection tothe relay connector which is installed in the control panel on the machineside.Detachable CRT/MDIMachine side control...

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    B–61393E/06L. DETACHABLE CRT/MDIAPPENDIX579Detachable monochrome CRT/MDI unitItemArrangement specificationsRemarks1A02B–0098–C121Without software key forSeries 0–TC2A02B–0098–C122With software key forSeries 0–TC3A02B–0099–C121Without software key forSeries 0–MC4A02B–0099–C...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06L. DETACHABLE CRT/MDI580CP15(SMS6PN–5)M51(MR–20RH)(CCX4)CCX5(MR–20RMD)M3(MR–20RMD)*CM0 *CM1*SW6 *SW4*SW2*SW01234567*CM2 *CM3*SW7*SW5 *SW3*SW18910111213*CM4*CM5 *CM6*CM714151617181920RVDOHSNCVSNCGVDOBVDO12345670V0V0V0V0V8910111213141516171819200V0V+24+24123456J71J71J72...

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    B–61393E/06L. DETACHABLE CRT/MDIAPPENDIX581H20.M(01)RVDO(08)0V(02)HSYN(09)0V(03)VSYN(10)0V(04)GVDO(11)0V(05)BVDO(12)0V(01)RVDO(08)0V(02)HSYN(09)0V(03)VSYN(10)0V(04)GVDO(11)0V(05)BVDO(12)0VH20.FDetachable CRT/MDI unit sideController unit sideCable J72NOTEFor the J72 cable use a coaxial cable and...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06L. DETACHABLE CRT/MDI582(02)(03)(04)(05)(06)(07)(08)(09)(10)(11)(12)(13)(15)(16)(17)(14)H20.F*KCM00*KCM01*SW06*SW04*SW02*SW00*KCM02*KCM03*SW07*SW05*SW03*SW01*KCM05*KCM06*KCM07*KCM04+24V+24V0V0VDetachable CRT/MDI unit sideController unit sideCable J71*KCM00*KCM01*SW06*SW04*SW0...

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    B–61393E/06L. DETACHABLE CRT/MDIAPPENDIX583Details of cable material of A66L–0001–0219 Manufacture Hitachi DensenItemunitMaterial and standard valueCable type–C0–CX–75–5CNumber of cable coresCore5ConductorSizemm20.18CompositionCable/mm7/0.18 (Tinplate soft steel cable)External d...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06L. DETACHABLE CRT/MDI584Detail of cable material of A66L–0001–0041ConductorSheathFinishingElectrical characteristicsNameDiameterCompositionSheaththicknessgouterdiameterDynamicresistancePermissiblecurrentCollective shield 20 core cable(10 pairs)∅0.55mm7/0.181.5mm∅10.0m...

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    B–61393E/06M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX585MPOSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUIT

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUIT586The position coder switching circuit is the circuit which can freely switchthe connections between a maximum of four position coder units and amaximum of four CNC units.Switching is performed by giving a 2 bit switching signal indica...

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    B–61393E/06M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX587Switching circuit 1Switching circuit 2Switching circuit 3Switching circuit 4CNC1M27J355M295CNC2M27J356M296CNC3M27J357M297CNC4M27J358M298MagneticscabinetSpindlemotor 1J351M291Positioncoder 1Spindlemotor 2J352M292Positioncoder 2Spindlem...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUIT588(Specifications of connector is printed board side.)14PCI115*PCI116PAI117*PAI118PBI1080910111219201301020304050607M290 : MRH–20RFA(Switching signal)M291 : MRH–20WRMA(Position coder 1)M292 : MRH–20WRMA(Position coder 2)M293 : MR...

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    B–61393E/06M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX5896M294 : MRH–20WRMA(Position coder 4)CPC1 : SMS6RN–3TK2(Power supply)M298 : MRH–20WRMA(CNC4)CPC2 : SMS6RN–3TK2(Power supply)14PCI415*PCI416PAI417*PAI418PBI4080910111219201301020304050607*PBI4OREQ4OHI4OHB4C8I4C4I4C2I4C1I40V0V0V6...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUIT590The switching signal specifies which position coder is to be connected toeach CNC.1 2 3 4RSW3RSW4+5VRV3.3kΩM290(01)SEL1ASEL1AJ350+5VRV3.3kΩM290(02)SEL1B+5VRV3.3kΩM290(03)SEL2A+5VRV3.3kΩM290(04)SEL2B+5VRV3.3kΩM290(14...

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    B–61393E/06M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX591The relationship between the connection state and the switching signal isshown in the table below.CNCPosition coderSEL1BSEL1APosition coder 1(M291)**CNC1Position coder 2(M292)*(M295)Position coder 3(M293)*Position coder 4(M294)CNCPosi...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUIT592Position coder 1(A)(N)PA1*PA1M291(16)M291(17)(C)(R)PB1*PB1M291(18)M291(19)(B)(P)PC1*PC1M291(14)M291(15)(H)(K)+5V0VM291(04, 05, 06)M291(01, 02, 03)PA1*PA1PB1*PB1PC1*PC1+5V0VSwitching circuitJ351NOTE1 Also connect the position coder 2...

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    B–61393E/06M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX593Switching circuitM295(16)PA1*PA1M27(16)M27(17)PB1*PB1M27(18)M27(19)PC1*PC1M27(14)M27(15)+5V0VM27(04, 05, 06)M27(01, 02, 03)PA1*PA1PB1:PB1PC1*PC1+5V0VCNC1M295(17)M295(18)M295(19)M295(15)M295(04, 05, 06)M295(01, 02, 03)J355M295(14)NOTE1...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUIT594Bind screw M4 17Spacer details same as updown screw sectionSpacerNOTE1 The position coder switching circuit is in the form of an option printed board as shown in theabove diagram. Install in the magnetics cabinet using the spacer ...

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    B–61393E/06M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUITAPPENDIX595This supplies the +5V power source from the CNC1 (M295) for theposition coder switching circuit and the position coders (1–4).Therefore, specify power supply B2 or power supply C for the CNC1power unit.The position coder switching c...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06M. POSITION CODER SWITCHING CIRCUIT596As a noise countermeasure, separate the position coder switching circuitand cables J350–J359 by over 100 mm from the cables with over DC 50Vor in which AC power is impressed, or from the components.Further, be certain to earth the ...

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    B–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0APPENDIX597N MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0598MDI key sheets, used with the CRT/MDI units of the Series 0–C, areavailable in two types: the standard type and that qualifying for CEmarking (machine directive). The two types differ in their colors andcharacters. This section summarizes the...

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    B–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0APPENDIX599The colors of those MDI key sheets that qualify for CE marking differfrom those of the standard MDI key sheets. See the table below and thefigures on the subsequent pages.ItemReferenceSmall–size MDIFor lathesStandardN1CE markingEnglish–langua...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0600RESET7O8N9G4X5Z6F1U2W3RM TBALTERINSRTDELET/ , #EOBCANINPUTPOSPRGRMMENUOFSETDGNOSPARAMOPRALARMAUXGRAPHOUTPTSTARTCURSORPAGEA, CKIY HJNo. QV P–0SFig. N1 Standard key sheet for small–size MDI for lathes7O8N9G4X5Z6F1U2W3R TBALTERINSRT...

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    B–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0APPENDIX6017O8N9G4X5Z6F1U2W3R TB/ , #EOBA, CKIY HJNo. QV PM0S–Fig. N3 Symbolic key sheet for small–size MDI for lathes

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0602RESET7O8N9G4X5Y6Z1H2F3R TDALTERINSRTDELET/ , #EOBCANINPUTPOSPRGRMMENUOFSETDGNOSPARAMOPRALARMAUXGRAPHOUTPTSTARTCURSORPAGE4THBKJILNo. QPM–0SFig. N4 Standard key sheet for small–size MDI for machining centers7O8N9G4X5Y6Z1H2F3R TDALTERINSRTDELET...

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    B–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0APPENDIX603/ , #EOB7O8N9G4X5Y6Z1H2F3R TD4THBKJILNo. QPM0S–M–0SFig. N6 Symbolic key sheet for small–size MDI for machining centers

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0604Colors of other than key topsBase: Black (DIC 514)Characters: Ivory (DIC 946)MARKKEY TOPTEXTREDMANSELL5R4/14IVORYDIC 946BLUEDIC 102BLACKDIC 514GREENDIC 173IVORY DIC 946IVORYDIC 946IVORYDIC 946Fig. N7 Small–size MDI color scheme (standard)

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    B–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0APPENDIX605Colors of other than key topsCharacters: White (Mansell 2.5Y 8.3/0.4)Base: Black (DIC 514)MARKKEY TOPTEXTCOOL GRAYDIC442BLACKDIC514WARM GRAYDIC518BLACKDIC514WHITE MANSELL2.5Y 8.3/0.4BLACKDIC514Fig. N8 Small–size MDI color scheme (CE marking)

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0606CANMACROMENUOFSETPRGRMPOSSHIFTINPUT789456123 /ALTERINSRTDELETDGNOSPARAMOPRALARMOUTPTSTARTEOBRESETAUXGRAPHCURSORPAGEO(N)GBRCXYZJUVWH I, K@EFNo.M#S=T:L+P[Q]DASP0–Fig. N9 Standard key sheet for full–key MDI for lathesMACROMENUOFSETPRGRMPOSSHIFTI...

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    B–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0APPENDIX607789456123 /EOBO(N)GBRCXYZJUVWH I, K@EFNo.M#S=T:L+P[Q]DASP0–Fig. N11 Symbolic key sheet for full–key MDI for lathes

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0608MACROMENUOFSETPRGRMPOSSHIFTINPUT789456123 /ALTERINSRTDELETDGNOSPARAMOPRALARMOUTPTSTARTEOBRESETAUXGRAPHCURSORPAGEO(N)GERCXUYVZW4TH I, JAK@FNo.M#S=T:L+P[Q]DHBSP0–CANFig. N12 Standard key sheet for full–key MDI for machining centersMACROMENUOFSE...

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    B–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0APPENDIX609789456123 /EOBO(N)GERCXUYVZW4TH I, JAK@FNo.M#S=T:L+P[Q]DHBSP0–Fig. N14 Symbolic key sheet for full–key MDI for machining centers

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0610Colors of other than key topsBase: Black (DIC 514)Characters: Ivory (DIC 946)MARKKEY TOPTEXTREDMANSELL5R4/14IVORYDIC 946BLUEDIC 102BLACKDIC 514GREENDIC 173IVORY DIC 946IVORYDIC 946IVORYDIC 946Fig. N15 Full–key MDI color scheme (standard)

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    B–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0APPENDIX611Colors of other than key topsBase: Black (DIC 514)Characters: White (Mansell 2.5Y 8.3/0.4)MARKKEY TOPTEXTCOOL GRAYDIC442BLACKDIC514WARM GRAYDIC518BLACKDIC514WHITE MANSELL2.5Y 8.3/0.4BLACKDIC514Fig. N16 Full–key MDI color scheme (CE marking)

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0612DELETOUTPTSTARTO(MACROMENUOFSETPRGRMPOSSHIFTINPUT789456123 /ALTERINSRTDGNOSPARAMOPRALARMEOBAUXGRAPHCURSORPAGEN)GERCXUYVZW4TH I, JAK@FNo.M#S=T:L+P[Q]DHBSP0–CANFig. N17 MDI for 14″ CRT for machining centers (standard)

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    B–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0APPENDIX613INPUTDELETOUTPTSTARTO(MACROMENUOFSETPRGRMPOSSHIFT789456123 /ALTERINSRTDGNOSPARAMOPRALARMEOBAUXGRAPHCURSORPAGEN)GERCXUYVZW4TH I, JAK@FNo.M#S=T:L+P[Q]DHBSP0–CANFig. N18 MDI for 14″ CRT for machining centers (English–language)

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0614O(789456123 /EOBN)GERCXUYVZW4TH I, JAK@FNo.M#S=T:L+P[Q]DHBSP0–Fig. N19 MDI for 14″ CRT for machining centers (symbolic)

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    B–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0APPENDIX615Colors of other than key topsBase: Black (DIC 514)Characters: Ivory (DIC 946)MARKKEY TOPTEXTREDMANSELL5R4/14IVORYDIC 946BLUEDIC 102BLACKDIC 514GREENDIC 173IVORY DIC 946IVORYDIC 946IVORYDIC 946Fig. N20 Color scheme for MDI for 14″ CRT (s...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06N. MDI DESIGN FOR Series 0616Colors of other than key topsBase: Black (DIC 514)Characters: White (Mansell 2.5Y 8.3/0.4)MARKKEY TOPTEXTCOOL GRAYDIC442BLACKDIC514WARM GRAYDIC518BLACKDIC514WHITE MANSELL2.5Y 8.3/0.4BLACKDIC514Fig. N21 Color scheme for MDI for 14″ CRT (CE mar...

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    B–61393E/06O. INSTALLING CRTPROTECTION COVERSAPPENDIX617O INSTALLING CRT PROTECTION COVERSQualification for CE marking (machine directive) requires the installationof CRT protection covers for the 9″ monochrome CRT. The top and rearcovers are installed at the factory. This section shows how...

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    APPENDIXB–61393E/06O. INSTALLING CRTPROTECTION COVERS618Installing the bottom cover (bottom view)Installing the side cover (side view)CRT protection coversInsert under the bracket.Bottom coverInsert under the bracket.Side coverInsert into the bracket.

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    IndexB–61393E/06i–1Symbolsα servo amplifier module (type B interface) and β servoamplifier module, 184*0V1–*0V8 (X21.0–21.3) override signal, 368*ESP (X21.4) emergency stop, 367*KEY (X21.7) program protect signal, 368AA/B phase pulse coder (Built–in absolute pulse coder), 190A/B phase...

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    INDEXB–61393EN/06i–2DDescription of I/O module connection, 466Descriptions on signals, 83Design and installation conditions of the machine tool magneticcabinet, 8Detachable CRT/MDI, 577Detailed drawing of connection cable for mode 1 (Multi–point),237Detailed drawing of connection cable for ...

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    INDEXB–61393E/06i–3Machine operator’s panel, 359Machine operator’s panel interface unit dimension diagram(including connector locations), 417Machine operator’s panel interface unit mounting dimensiondiagram, 418Major connection precautions, 415Manual pulse generator interface, 166MDI : ...

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    INDEXB–61393EN/06i–4System without PMC, 80TTable of cable, 334Temperature rise within the cabinet, 10Test mode, 369The heat pipe type heat exchanger, 21Thermal design of the cabinet, 10Turning the power on and off, 127Types of I/O modules, 474UUnit of CNC, 252VVideo signal interface, 134WWhen...

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    Revision RecordSeries 0/00/0 Mate CONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE) (B–61393E)03Sep., ’91Errors in writing were corrected.06Sep., ’98AdditionSSeries 0–D/0–DIICorrection of errors05Jul., ’97All pages are changed.02Nov., ’89AdditionSAPPENDIX 12CRT/MDI SWITCHING CIRCUITSAPPENDIX 13Series 0...

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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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