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    MAINTENANCE MANUALB-61395E/07 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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    s--1SAFETY PRECAUTIONSThis section describes the safety precautions related to the use of CNC units. It is essential that these precautionsbe observed by users to ensure the safe operation of machines equipped with a CNC unit (all descriptions in thissection assume this configuration).CNC mainten...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB-- 61395E/07s--21 DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEThis manual includes safety precautions for protecting the maintenance personnel (herein referredto as the user) and preventing damage to the machine. Precautions are classified into Warnings andCautions according to the...

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    B-- 61395E/07SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs--32 WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, AND NOTES RELATED TOCHECK OPERATIONWARNING1. When checking the operation of the machine with the cover removed(1) The user’s clothing could become caught in the spindle or other components, thuspresenting a danger of injury. When checking...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB-- 61395E/07s--43 WARNINGS AND NOTES RELATED TO REPLACEMENTWARNING1. Always turn off the power to the CNC and the main power to the power magnetics cabinet. Ifonly the power to the CNC is turned off, power may continue to be supplied to the serve section.In such a case, replaci...

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    B-- 61395E/07SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs--54 WARNINGS AND NOTES RELATED TO PARAMETERSWARNING1. When machining a workpiece for the first time after modifying a parameter, close the machinecover. Never use the automatic operation function immediately after such a modification.Instead, confirm normal machin...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB-- 61395E/07s--65 WARNINGS RELATED TO DAILY MAINTENANCEWARNING1.Memory backup battery replacementWhen replacing the memory backup batteries, keep the power to the machine (CNC) turned on,and apply an emergency stop to the machine. Because this work is performed with the poweron...

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    B-- 61395E/07SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs--7WARNING2.Absolute pulse coder battery replacementWhen replacing the memory backup batteries, keep the power to the machine (CNC) turned on,and apply an emergency stop to the machine. Because this work is performed with the poweron and the cabinet open, only thos...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB-- 61395E/07s--8WARNING3.Fuse replacementBefore replacing a blown fuse, however, it is necessary to locate and remove the cause of theblown fuse.For this reason, only those personnel who have received approved safety and maintenancetraining may perform this work.When replacing ...

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    B-- 61395E/07PREFACEp- 1PREFACE1.CRT/MDI display and operationThis chapter covers those items, displayed on the CRT, that are related tomaintenance. A list of all supported operations is also provided at the endof this chapter.2.HardwareThis chapter covers hardware--related items, including the h...

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    PREFACEB-- 61395E/07p- 2The models covered by this manual, and their abbreviations are:Product nameAbbreviationsFANUC Series 0-- TC0-- TCFANUC Series 0-- MC0-- MCFANUC Series 0-- TF0-- TFFANUC Series 0-- MF0-- MFSeries 0-- CFANUC Series 0-- TTC0-- TTCFANUC Series 0-- GCC0-- GCCFANUC Series 0-- GS...

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    B-- 61395E/07PREFACEp- 3The table below lists manuals related to the FANUC Series 0/00/0--Mate.In the table, this manual is marked with an asterisk (*).List of related manualsManual nameSpecificationnumberFANUC Series 0/00/0-- Mate DESCRIPTIONSB-- 61392EFANUC Series 0/00/0-- Mate DESCRIPTIONS (Su...

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    B-- 61395E/07Table of Contentsc- 1SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs--1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PREFACEp--1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. D...

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    B-- 61395E/07Table of Contentsc- 23.1DATA INPUT/OUTPUT144. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.1.1Locating the File144. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    B-- 61395E/07Table of Contentsc- 36.12 ALARM 3N0 (REQUEST FOR REFERENCE POSITION RETURN)218. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6.13 ALARM 3N1 TO 3N6 (ABSOLUTE PULSE CODER IS FAULTY)220. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6.14 ALARM 3N7 TO 3N8 (ABSOLUTE PULSE CODER BATTERY IS LOW)22...

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    B-- 61395E/071. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDI11 DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDIThis chapter describes how to display various screens by the functionkeys. The screens used for maintenance are respectively displayed.1.1 FUNCTION KEYS AND SOFT KEYS2. . . . . . . . . . . . .1.2 POWER--ON SCREEN D...

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    1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDIB-- 61395E/072Operations and soft key display status for each function key are describedbelow:POSScreen transition triggered by the function key POSPOSITION DISPLAY SCREENCurrent position screenPosition display ofworkpiece coordi-nate systemDisplay of run timean...

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    B-- 61395E/071. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDI3Screen transition triggered by the function keyin the AUTO or MDI modeProgram screenDisplay of pro-gram contentsDisplay of currentblock and modaldataPRGRMCHECKCURRNTNEXTPRGRMPROGRAM SCREENAUTO (MDI)*Display of currentblock and nextblockProgram bein...

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    1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDIB-- 61395E/074Program editingscreenProgram memoryand program direc-toryPRGRMLIBC.A.P.EDITConversationalprogrammingscreenEDITBack ground edit-ing screenProgram screenPROGRAM SCREENScreen transition triggered by the function keyin the EDIT modeProgram screenPRGRMP...

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    B-- 61395E/071. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDI5Setting workpiece originoffset valueSetting of the work-piece origin offsetvalueTool offset valueDisplay of tool off-set valueOFFSETScreen transition triggered by the function keyOFFSET SCREENDisplay ofcustom macrovariablesSetting of tool off-set d...

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    1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDIB-- 61395E/076Tool offset valueWEAROFFSETGEOMTool offset valueMACROW. SHFTTOOLLFWEARGEOMDisplay of tool off-set value (Wear)Display of tool off-set value (geome-try)Display of work-piece shift amountwork coordinatesystemSetting of macrovariablesSetting of tool o...

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    B-- 61395E/071. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDI7Setting of pitcherror compensationdataParameter screenPARAMDGNOSPARAMETER/DIAGNOSTIC SCREENDisplay of param-eter screenSetting of parameterDisplay of diag-nosis screenScreen transition triggered by the functionkeyDGNOSPARAMDGNOSPARAMSV--PRMDisplay ...

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    1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDIB-- 61395E/078OPRALARMOPRDisplay of alarmscreenALARMDisplay of softwareoperator’s panelALARM SCREENScreen transition triggered by the function keyAlarm screenALARMOPRMSGDisplay of opera-tor’s messageSetting of softwareoperator’s panelswitch

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    B-- 61395E/071. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDI9-- The CRT screen displays differ slightly between the M and T series.-- The screen displays shown below are for reference purposes only. Someof these displays may not appear depending on the installed options andactual system configuration.NOT REA...

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    1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDIB-- 61395E/0710(1) Press the DGNOSPARAMkey several times, or the [DGNOS] soft key.If the CNC does not respond to a command, it is possible to determine thestatus of the CNC.0700DGN#7#6CSCT#5CITL#4COVZ#3CINP#2CDWL#1CMTN#0CFIN#6 CSCT The CNC is waiting for the spi...

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    B-- 61395E/071. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDI11[T series]#7#6#5#4#3#2#1STLK#00120DGNSTLK 1 : The start lock is in effect.#7#6#5#4#3IT4#2IT3#1ITZ#0ITX0128DGNIT1 : The start lock for the corresponding start lock is in effect.#7#6#5-- MIT2#4+MIT2#3-- MIT1#2+MIT1#1#00008DGN*PRM Valid only when bit...

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    1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDIB-- 61395E/0712Read auxiliaryfunctionAuxiliary function code(BCD)Strobe (MF, SF,..)Operation of functionCompletion (FIN)DGN 700.0=1To the next blockS andTfunctionsM function#7#6#5#4#3TF#2SF#1#0MF0150DGNStrobe signals#7#6#5MF3#4MF2#3#2#1#00157DGNMF2, MF3 Strobe s...

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    B-- 61395E/071. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDI13#7BF1#6BF2#5#4#3#2#1#00150DGNBF1 Strobe signal for the 3 low--order digits of the B codeBF2 Strobe signal for the 3 high--order digits of the B code#7B28#6B24#5B22#4B21#3B38B18#2B34B14#1B32B12#0B31B110154DGN0155DGN-- For the 6--digit B function, c...

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    1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDIB-- 61395E/0714#7#6#5#4*ESP#3#2#1#00021DGNERS*ESP0121DGNRRW0104DGN*ESP 0 : The emergency stop signal is on.ERS 1 : The external reset signal is on.RRW 1 : The reset & rewind signal is on.-- There is no DGNOS display for the MDI reset button.#7STP#6REST#5EMS#...

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    B-- 61395E/071. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDI15#7#6#5#4#3#2MD4#1MD2#0MD10122DGNAutomatic operation (AUTO)001Manual data input (MDI)000-- If the program ends with M02 or M03, the machine may enter state 1or 2 in the Table 1.3.2 depending on the processing adopted by themachine tool builder.

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    1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDIB-- 61395E/0716[ABS] [REL] [ALL] [ HNDL ] []ACTUAL POSITION (ABSOLUTE)O0010 N0000PART COUNT1RUN TIME0H1MCYCLE TIME0H 1M33SACT.F3000 MM/MS0 T01:35:22BUF AUTOX123.456Y363.233Z0.000MDI: Manual data inputAUTO : Automatic operation (memory-- or tape--based operation)...

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    B-- 61395E/071. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDI17ResetFunctionDataprotec-tionkeyParam-eterwrite=1ModeFunc-tionbuttonOperationResetting run hour--POS®RCANResetting no. ofmachined parts--POS®PCANResetting OT alarmAt PowerON--andPCANResetting alarm 100----CANandRESETRegistration from MDIFunctionD...

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    1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDIB-- 61395E/0718Registration from tapeFunctionDataprotec-tionkeyParam-eterwrite=1ModeFunc-tionbuttonOperationInputtingparameters(tape®memory)fEDITPRGRMINPUTInput of PMCparameterffEDITDGNOSINPUTInputting offsetvaluesEDITOFFSETINPUTRegistration ofprogramfEDIT/AUTO...

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    B-- 61395E/071. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDI19EditFunctionDataprotec-tionkeyParam-eterwrite=1ModeFunc-tionbuttonOperationDisplay of memorycapacity usedEDITPRGRMPRGRMDeleting allprogramsfEDITPRGRM®-- 9999®ODELETEDeleting a programfEDITPRGRM®Program no.®ODELETEDeleting severalblocksfEDITPRG...

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    1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDIB-- 61395E/0720Play backFunctionDataprotec-tionkeyParam-eterwrite=1ModeFunc-tionbuttonOperationInput of NC dataTECH--INJOG/HAN-DLEPRGRMMoving a machine Þ,orÞÞNC dataÞÞÞXYZEOBINSRTINSRTINSRTClearFunctionDataprote-ctionkeyParam-eterwrite=1ModeFunc-tionkeyOpe...

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    B-- 61395E/071. DISPLAY AND OPERATION OF CRT/MDI21In MDI units certified for the CE marking, keys are identified usingsymbols (symbolic keys) instead of letters (English keys). The followingtable lists the correspondence between the conventional English keys andthe symbolic keys.English keySymbol...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07222 HARDWAREThis chapter describes structure of CNC control section, connection ofunits and the functions of PCBs and modules mounted on PCBs.2.1 CONTROL UNIT23. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.2 COMPLETE CONNECTION DIAGRAM24. . . . . . . . . .2....

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE23Each control P.C.B. of Series 0 is mounted in the slot as follows.Available series is in parenthesis.NOTEConnection position of this figure are depended on each printed board.2.1CONTROL UNIT2.1.1Configuration of theControl Unit

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0724Common 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 output(fan or display unit...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE25H50.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.MH20.F* When no graphic...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0726COP5M5(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 motorS analog output (...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE27(Continued)1st to 4th axiscontrol(Axis control PC board supporting A/B-- phase pulse coder)CN1 Servo amplifier(Digital control)First axisH20.MH20.FM34AXEACservo motorH20.FM35(Command)(Velocity/position feedback)A/B-- phase pulse coderServo system of semi-- closed loopCN1...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0728(Continued)1st to 4th axiscontrol(Axis control PC board supporting serial pulse coder)CN1 Servo amplifier(Digital control)First axisH20.MH20.FM184AXEACservo motorH20.FM185(Command)(Velocity/position feedback)Serial pulse coderA/B-- phase pulse coderServo system of semi--...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE29(Continued)1st to 4th axiscontrol(Axis control PC board for type B interface)JS1Bseries servoamplifier (Digitalcontrol) First axisHF20.FHF20.FJS1AAXEACservo motor(Command)Serial pulse coderServo system of semi-- closed loopJS1B Servo amplifier(Digital control)First axisH...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0730M24(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/MDIadapterMMC-- 1 unit(14...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE31(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, notconnected to CCX5 o...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0732(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 supportingA/B-- phase ...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE33(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 supporting aserial pulse...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0734(Continued)Optional configuration of control unit B onlyRemote bufferDNC2 forcontrol 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, personal computer)(Channel 3...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE35M137(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 board supportingA/B...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0736For each display unit, either of the following two video signal interfacesis used:TypeDisplay unitACRT unit, PDP unit, EL unitBLCD unit(1) Type A1RVDO2HSYN3VSYN4GVDO11 0V12 0V13145BVDO6780V1516171890V10 0V1920Control unitMemory cardCCX5Graphics cardCCX4(MR-- 20RMD)1RVDO2...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE37(2) Type B1RVDO2HSYN3VSYN4GVDO0V0V5BVDO6780V90V10 0VControl unitMemory cardCCX5Graphics cardCCX4(MR-- 20RMD)1RVDO20V3GVDO40VVSYN0V5BVDO60V780VHSYN910(PCR-- EV20MDT)RVDO184111234RVDO0VGVDO0VMaximum cable length: 50 mRecommended cable kit: A02B-- 0098-- K870 (5m)Recommende...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0738The 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) 9² monochrome CRT1230V40V5+24V6+24VPower s...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE39(2) 9² color CRT, 14² color CRT (standard type), PDP (standard type),and ELCN2(SMS3RK-- STK2)1200A2200B3GPower supply unit AICP2(SMS3RK-- STK2)Input unitCP5Display unitCable side connectorHousing: JAPAN FCI SMS3PN---5Contact: JAPAN FCI RC16M---23T3 orJAPAN FCI RC16M---...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0740(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 supply unitqualifying for CE...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE41Some 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 9² CRT/MDI unit, 9² PDP/MDI uni...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0742(2) Connecting to the power supply unit AI9² CRT/MDI unit, 9² PDP/MDI unit, 7.2² LCD/MDI unit of full--keytypeCP3(SMS6RW-- 4D28)Cable ---side connectorHousing: JAPAN FCI SMS6PN---5Contact: JAPAN FCI RC16M---23T3 orJAPAN FCI RC16M---SCT31ON2OFF3COM4AL5FA6FBSoldering ta...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE43(3) Connecting to the power supply unit AI (CE marking type)9² CRT/MDI unit, 9² PDP/MDI unit, 7.2² LCD/MDI unit of full--keytypeCP4Cable ---side connector (CP4)Housing: Japan AMP 2 ---178129 ---6Contact: Japan AMP 1 ---175218 ---21ON2OFF3COM4AL5FA6FBSoldering tab term...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0744The 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 of the NC, display unit, or ...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE45(2) Adjusting the 8.4” LCD(a) Adjustment positions (viewed from the rear of the display)TM1SW1(b) Adjustment(i) Setting the horizontal positionS By adjusting SW1, the horizontal position can be changedas described below:When SW1 is turned to the next position in the +d...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07461*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 unified shield cable and the length is 50m or less.Recommended cable:A0...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE471FGSDRDRSCSDRSGCD2345678910111213141516171819202122232425ER+24VInterconnection connector signal arrangementCNCFGInterconnectioncableInterconnection connectorConnector: DBM-- 25S (Japan Aviation Electronics)Lock hardware: D20418-- J2 (Japan Aviation Electronics)Cable-- en...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0748Control 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 terminalManual pulse generator ...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE49Manual 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(3rd axis)HA3+5VM21(19)M21(14...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0750Similarly to the pulse coder, the manual pulse generator is designed tooperate on 5 VDC. So, any voltage drop relative to the supply voltagemust be kept to within 0.2 V (total drop through the 0 V and 5 V lines).Namely:0.20.1 × R × 2Lmwhere 0.1 : Current required by th...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE51The figure below illustrates a typical I/O Link configuration.Series 0Series 0I/O-- CPower unitESP, DEC, SKIP and other signals di-rectly controlled by the CNCJ36 power cableExternal powersupply(24VDC)PMC-- MI/O Link(SLAVE)I/O-- B3CP5K1XFANUC I/O Link(MASTER)F-- DMateJD1...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0752Details of the K1X cable shown in the connection diagram are givenbelow.(1) When FD--Mate is master and Series 0 is slaveK1XK1X01 SIN02 *SIN03 SOUT04 *SOUT0V0V0V0V0506070809101920FD-- Mate(Master)or Previous group(Eg:Series 0)JD1ASeries 0PMC-- M withI/O Link (Slave)JD1B2...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE53(3) Expansion I/O--B2, B3, F1, F3 and F4 power cable connection (J36)1+24V20VControl unitPower supply unitCP14I/O-- B2, B3, F1, F3 and F4CP5Connector JAPAN FCISMS3PNS-- 5J3631+24V20V3Fig. 2.3.4 (d)(4) I/O Unit--MODEL A power cable connectionPrepare a power supply other t...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0754S The SIN, *SIN and SOUT, *SOUT signals must be connectedby twisted pair cable.S Recommended cable: A66L--0001--0284#10P (single shieldtwisted pair)S The cable shield should be clamped with a cable clamp to thecabinet earth plate on the JD1A side.S Maximum cable length: ...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE55Table 2.3.5 (1/2)Axis control card for A/B--phase pulse codersAxis control card for serial pulse codersAxis name CommandSemi--closedloopClosed loopCommandSemi--closedloopClosed loopAxis name CommandFeedbackPositionfeedbackVelocityfeedbackCommandFeedbackPositionfeedbackVe...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0756BatteryunitPulsecoderServomotorServo amplifierPowerSeries 0 axis controlcardCommandFeedbackThe battery unit is not required when an incremental pulse coder is used.(when an absolute pulse coder and relay unit are used)BatteryunitPulsecoderServomotorServo amplifierPowerSe...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE57(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 B interfac...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0758(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 coder is used)...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE59This 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 or M184(M...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/076001020304050607*PWMAnCOMAn*PWMBnCOMBn*PWMCnCOMCn*DRDYn080910111213IRnGDRnISnGDSn*MCONnGNDn14151617181920*PWMDnCOMDn*PWMEnCOMEn*PWMFnCOMFnSeries 0 (control unit)M34 or M184(MR-- 20RF)01020304050607080910IRnGDRn*PWMAnCOMAn*PWMBnCOMBn*PWMCnCOMCn*MCONna servo amplifier module...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE61*MCONnGDRn0103IRn02*PWMAn*PWMCn04060V050V*PWMEn08070V*MCONn09 *DRDYn10GDSn1113ISn12*ENBLnPDn14160V15*PDnPREQn1817*PREQn0V19 0V20Servo AmplifierAxis control card for type BinterfaceJS1A(PCR-- EV20MDT)JS1B (L axis)/JS2B (M axis)/JS3B (N axis)(PCR-- EV20MDT)0103020406050807...

  • Page 78

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0762NOTE1 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 noise or o...

  • Page 79

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE63010203040506070V0V0V+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 pulse cod...

  • Page 80

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0764010203040506070V0V0V+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-- in incremen...

  • Page 81

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE65Connect 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*PCBnSeries 0 (contr...

  • Page 82

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0766(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*BnCn1Cn8SHLDCFJMRUB...

  • Page 83

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE67An 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)When using the relay unit(a) Connection between Series 0 and relay unit010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V080910...

  • Page 84

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0768(b)Connection between relay unit and A/B--phase pulse coder010203040506070V0V0VA+5V+5V+6VA080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn2Cn114151617181920PCZn*PCZnPCAn*PCAnPCBn*PCBnREQnRelay unitCF1B(MR-- 20RM)ADGKNSPCAn*PCBnCn1Cn8GREQnCFJMRUPCBn*PCZnCn40VOHnB0VAA/B-- phase pulse coder(bu...

  • Page 85

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE69(2)Direct connection010203040506070V0V0VB+5V+5V+5V+6VB080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn2Cn114151617181920PCZn*PCZnPCAn*PCAnPCBn*PCBnREQnSeries 0 (control unit)M35 or M185(MR-- 20RM)ADGKNSPCAn*PCBnCn1Cn8SHLDREQnCFJMRUPCBn*PCZnCn40VOHnB0VBA/B-- phase pulse coder(built-- in abso...

  • Page 86

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0770(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 coder)(MS3102...

  • Page 87

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE71(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-- 29P)n: ax...

  • Page 88

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0772Connect a high--speed, high--resolution A/B--phase separate pulse codervia a submicron detection board.(1)Connection between Series 0 and submicron detection board(velocity feedback connection)010203040506070V0V0V+5V+5V+5V080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn2Cn114151617181920PCZ...

  • Page 89

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE73(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 (right)(MR-- 20RF...

  • Page 90

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0774(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+5V080910111213OHnAOHnBCn8Cn4Cn2Cn114151617181...

  • Page 91

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE75(1)Velocity feedback connectionThe velocity feedback connection between the motor’s built--in pulsecoder and the Series 0 is the same as that described in Subsec.9.3.5.(2)Position feedback connectionAn A/B--phase absolute pulse coder can be connected to the Series 0in ...

  • Page 92

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0776(ii)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 absolute pulse...

  • Page 93

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE77(b)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)(MS3102A--...

  • Page 94

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/077801020304050607REQ*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)Connector: ...

  • Page 95

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE79ADGKNSV01020304050607REQ*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-- pin, fema...

  • Page 96

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/078001020304050607REQ*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)Connector c...

  • Page 97

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE81The 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 unitM3terminal(1)(6)Ca...

  • Page 98

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0782The 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 card1staxis2ndaxis3rdaxis4thaxis5thaxis6thaxis...

  • Page 99

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE83The 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 alarm stat...

  • Page 100

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0784Handling varies depending on whether an a series servo motor is used.(1)When an a series servo motor is not usedConnect a feedback clamping connector to the feedback connector ofeach unused axis (for example, M35 or M185 for the first axis).Feedback clamping dummy connec...

  • Page 101

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE85This 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)3rd/4th axis...

  • Page 102

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0786Connection to the spindle amplifier through optical fiber cable.When spindle amplifier is a series, electric cable is connected to amplifierthrough I/O Link adapter(a) When the serial spindle amplifier is usedMemory cardCOP5or5th/6th axiscardCOP6LightSerial spindleamplif...

  • Page 103

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE87Shield0V*SINSIN*SOUTSOUT+5V+5V+5V0V0V0V0V0V(16)(1)(2)(3)(4)(9)(18)(20)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)(16)(4)(3)(2)(1)(9)(18)(20)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)0V*SOUTSOUT*SINSIN+5V+5V+5V0V0V0V0V0VRecommended cable materialA66L-- 0001-- 0284#10P (#28AWG ´ 10)Recommended cable specificationA02...

  • Page 104

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0788The 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.Control unitM12 (MR-- 20RMD)1(0V)2(0V)3(0V)4(+5V)110V12135(+5V)6(+5V)78(HA1)9(HB1)10SVCM26 (MR-- 20RFD)1234111213...

  • Page 105

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE89Unified shield twisted-- pair cableCharacteristic impedance: 100 W*SC0V+5VPA*PAPB*PBSC(15)(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(16)(17)(18)(19)(14)(P)(K)(H)(A)(N)(C)(R)(B)10V20V30V4+5V111213SC5+5V6+5V78*SCPA*PAPB910*PBSignal nameDescriptionSC, *SCPosition coder phase-- C signalPA, *PAPosit...

  • Page 106

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0790The 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.Table 2.3.9 lists the types of remote buffer print...

  • Page 107

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE91Remote buffer cardConceptional diagram of signal connectionSDRDSDRDRSCSRSERDRCDSG123411121314567SG8RD1516 CD17 ER18 DR9SD19 CSM77:MR20MH1020 RS1FG2SD3RD4RS5CS6DR7SG8CD91011121314151617181920 ER2122232425Host computer (ex)DBM-- 25SCNC sideoutputInputHost sideCSERDRCDSGFGH...

  • Page 108

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0792Cable 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 control. Connect DR to ER when DR is not used. Be sure...

  • Page 109

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE93JAPAN AVIATION ELECTRONICSConnector:DC-- 37PCover:DC-- C1-- J16Remote buffer cardM73:MR20MH1FG234SD56RD7RS8RT9CS1011 DM12 TR1314151617 TT1819 SG202122 *SD2324 *RD25 *RSHost computer (Ex.)26 *RT27 *CS2829 *DM30 *TR3132333435 *TT36371SD2*SD3TR(ER)4*TR(*ER)11 *RD12 DM(DR)13...

  • Page 110

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0794Cable 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 Note that unlike other signals, the *DM signal on theCNC--side connect...

  • Page 111

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE95The 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 printedcircuit board, using the supplied cable.The peripher...

  • Page 112

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0796Room temperatureIn operation0°C to +55°CRoom temperatureIn storage or transportation-- 20°C to +60°CRelative humidity95% RH or less (no condensation)Vibration0.5 G or lessEnvironmentThe unit shall not be exposed direct to cutting oil, lubricant orcutting chips.The po...

  • Page 113

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE97The cables used for the CNC machine tool are classified as listed in thefollowing table:Process the cables in each group as described in the action column.GroupSignal lineActionPrimary AC power lineBind the cables in group A separately (Note 1) from groups B and C, orcov...

  • Page 114

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/0798The 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 suppress...

  • Page 115

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE99D Connect the signal ground (0V) with the frame ground (FG) atonly one place in the CNC control unit.D The grounding resistance of the system ground shall be 100 ohmsor less (class 3 grounding).D The system ground cable must have enough cross--sectional areato safely car...

  • Page 116

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07100The 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 Useasparkkillercons...

  • Page 117

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE101The 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 sheath a...

  • Page 118

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07102Control unitGround plateMetal fittingsfor clampShield coverMachine sideinstallationboardFig.2.3.13(b) Cable clamp (2)Prepare ground plate like the following figure.Mount screw holeHole for securing metal fitting clampGround terminal(grounded)Fig.2.3.13(c) Ground plateFo...

  • Page 119

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE103LEDDescription and CorrectionNumber ColorDescription and CorrectionL1Green Blinks during automatic operation. Does not indicate analarm.L2RedLights when an alarm occurs. Appropriate correctiveaction should be applied according to the alarm numberdisplayed on the CRT scr...

  • Page 120

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07104Servo2axes/3axes/3axes/4axescardPMC--McardSeries 0/00 control unit ASeries 0-- Mate control unitSeries 0/00 control unit BPowersupplyunitGraphiccardPMC--McardServo2axes/3axes/4axescardI/OcardMemorycardMainordermadeSubCPUServo5thaxis/6thaxiscardServo7thaxis/8thaxiscardAn...

  • Page 121

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE105L/A AXA AXS SUB RE SP PASI MEMI/OAXEPMC GRCS21CS20CS18CS15CS13 CS1CS5CS8CS3 CS2CS11CS12CS10CS19 CS16CS17CS14PAS2CE0CAPSeries 0/00 control unit A, Series 0-- Mate control unitSeries 0/00 control unitCAPCP14 CP15CP11Power supply A,Power supply BA16B-- 1211-- 0850A16B-- 12...

  • Page 122

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07106GRM21MPG interfaceA16B-- 1210-- 08012nd and 3rd manualpulse generatorsCS2PMCM24PMC-- M(electric)A16B-- 1211-- 0901(ROM board)A16B-- 1211-- 0907(RAM board)I/O B2CS3M25PMC-- M(optical)A16B-- 1211-- 0903(ROM board)A16B-- 1211-- 0909(RAM board)I/O moduleCS3M24PMC-- MA16B-- ...

  • Page 123

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE107PMCPMC-- M(I/O-- Link)A16B-- 2200-- 0340(MAS, SLV/ROM)A16B-- 2200-- 345(MAS, SLV/RAM)CS3JD1A2JD1B2SLAVEMASTERJD1A1SLAVE(When master isSeries0..)PMC-- M(I/O-- Link)A16B-- 2200-- 0341(MASTER/ROM)A16B-- 2200-- 346(MASTER/RAM)CS3JD1A1SLAVE(When master isSeries0..)AXEM37M343...

  • Page 124

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07108AXEJS1A3/4 axis card (type B interface)A16B-- 2203-- 0020CS101st axis2nd axis3rd axis4th axisCPA9BatteryJS2AJS3AJS4AM189M186M199M196Separatepositiondetector2nd axis1st axis4th axis3rd axisServoamp.JS1A2nd axis card (type B interface)A16B-- 2203-- 0021CS101st axis2nd axi...

  • Page 125

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE109I/OM196I/O E3A16B-- 1211-- 0970DODOCS8M186DIDIDI/DOM218M201M220M196I/O E2A16B-- 1211-- 0971DODOCS8M186DIDIM218M201I/O E1A16B-- 1211-- 0972M196DOCS8DIM201MEMMemory cardCS11Position coderManual pulsegeneratorMDICRTReader puncher 1Reader puncher 2BatteryM27M12M26M3CCX5M5M7...

  • Page 126

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07110SP(JA1)(JA2)RS232CRS422Remote buffer, DNC2 cardA16B-- 2200-- 0770 (16-- bit)A16B-- 2200-- 0775 (32-- bit)M77M73CS1RS422DNC1 cardA16B-- 2200-- 0771 (16-- bit)A16B-- 2200-- 0776 (32-- bit)CD3CS1RS485SUBSUB CPUA16B-- 2200-- 0320A16B-- 2201-- 0120BatteryCPA8CS15CS16CS17M77R...

  • Page 127

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE111AXA7/8 axis cardA16B-- 2200-- 0380CS207th axisServo amp.8th axisServo amp.7th axisServo motor/separateposition detector8th axisServo motor/separateposition detectorABS BatteryM1347th axis8th axisM137M135M138CPA11M136M139Servo motor(separateposition detec-tor)7 axis card...

  • Page 128

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07112Part programs, offset data, and system parameters are stored in the CMOSmemory of the control unit. Three ”D”(R20) size alkaline batteries areused to back up the memory of the control unit when the AC power sourceis off. These batteries are held in the battery unit....

  • Page 129

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE113(1) Obtain four new ”D”(R20) size alkaline dry cells.(2) Switch on the power to the CNC.Note that replacing the batteries with the CNC power switched offwill result in the machine absolute position being lost, making itnecessary to make a return to the reference pos...

  • Page 130

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07114It is easy to mount and dismount the CNC power supply unit, because itis designed to be mounted on, and connected directly to, the masterprinted--circuit board. All its AC inputs and DC outputs are linked viaconnectors.Fig.2.7.1(a) is an outline of this power supply uni...

  • Page 131

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE1152. PA--PB signal (output) for keeping the power appliedIn a system with no input unit in use, the PA--PB signal is acontact signal used to keep the power applied. It is output fromthe power supply unit. In a system with an input unit in use, thePA--PB signal is used as ...

  • Page 132

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07116(d) Short circuit in diodes D33 and D34(e) Short circuit between the collector and emitter of transistorQ1 in the auxiliary power supply circuitIf you suspect that any of short circuits (b) to (e) has occurred inthe respective parts, replace the power supply unit with a...

  • Page 133

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE117UsedfortestingtheunitACinputfuse(Black)ForCRT/MDI(Brown)Forconnectionunit(Brown)ACinputfuse(Slowblow)24Vfuse++24EfuseViewwithcoverdetachedF145AF133.2ASF11toF125AFig.2.7.1(a) Power supply unit A external diagram

  • Page 134

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07118Fig.2.7.1(b) Power supply unit A block diagram

  • Page 135

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE119It is easy to mount and dismount the CNC power supply unit, because itis designed to be mounted on, and connected directly to, the masterprinted--circuit board. All its AC inputs and DC outputs are linked viaconnectors.Fig.2.7.2(a) is an outline of this power supply uni...

  • Page 136

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/071202. PA--PB signal (output) for keeping the power appliedIn a system with no input unit in use, the PA--PB signal is acontact signal used to keep the power applied. It is output fromthe power supply unit. In a system with an input unit in use, thePA--PB signal is used as ...

  • Page 137

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE121(d) Short circuit in diodes D33 and D34(e) Short circuit between the collector and emitter of transistorQ11 in the auxiliary power supply circuitIf you suspect that any of short circuits (b) to (e) has occurred inthe respective parts, replace the power supply unit with ...

  • Page 138

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07122UsedfortestingtheunitACinputfuse(Black)ForCRT/MDI(Brown)Forconnectionunit(Brown)ACinputfuse(Slowblow)24Vfused++24EfuseViewwiththecoverdetachedF147.5AF133.2ASF11toF125AFig.2.7.2(a) Power supply unit B2 external diagram

  • Page 139

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE123Fig.2.7.2(b) Power supply unit B2 block diagram

  • Page 140

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07124It is easy to mount and dismount the CNC power supply unit, because itis designed to be mounted on, and connected directly to, the masterprinted--circuit board. All its AC inputs and DC outputs are linked viaconnectors.Because this power supply unit has a built--in inpu...

  • Page 141

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE125Power supply unitCP12-- C31EN0VEN: High when all outputs are normal0V: Low if an output failure occurs.4. Power supply on/off control signal ON--OFF--COM (input)If two switches are connected to this circuit as shown below,pressing the ON switch turns on the power supply...

  • Page 142

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07126Power supplyunitCP3Normal:ClosedAbnormal: OpenALOFF-- 4-- 26. Alarm signal FA--FB (output)This contact signal indicates the state of all DC outputs. Thecontact is open when all the DC outputs are normal. It is closedif an output failure is detected in any DC output circ...

  • Page 143

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE127(4) Causes of blown fuses and required corrective actionsThis power supply unit is provided with fuses F11 and F12 at its input,fuse F13 at the +24V output, and fuse F14 at the +24E output.Possible causes of these fuses blowing are listed below together withthe correcti...

  • Page 144

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/071284. Fuse F1Fuse F1 and surge absorber VS1 are wired so that, if a high currentflows through VS1, it may cause F1 to blow. This is intended toprotect the circuits in the power supply unit from an abnormalvoltage that may occur due to a failure in the auxiliary powersupply...

  • Page 145

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE129ACinputfuse(Black)ForCRT/MDI(Brown)Forconnectionunit(Brown)ACinputfuseLEDfor(White,lighting:red)LEDforACpowersupply(Green)(Slowblow)24Vfuse++24EfuseViewwiththecoverdetachedUsedfortestingtheunitalarmdisplay+F145A+F133.2ASF11to127.5AFig.2.7.3(a) Power supply unit AI exter...

  • Page 146

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07130Fig.2.7.3(b) Power supply unit AI block diagram

  • Page 147

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE131It is easy to mount and dismount the CNC power supply unit, because itis designed to be mounted on, and connected directly to, the masterprinted--circuit board. All its AC inputs and DC outputs are linked viaconnectors.Because this power supply unit has a built--in inpu...

  • Page 148

    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07132Power supply unitCP7-- C31EN0VEN: High when all outputs are normal0V: Low if an output failure occurs.4. Power supply on/off control signal ON--OFF--COM (input)If two switches are connected to this circuit as shown below,pressing the ON switch turns on the power supply ...

  • Page 149

    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE133Power supplyunitCP4Normal:OpenAbnormal: ClosedALOFF-- 4-- 26. Alarm signal FA--FB (output)This contact signal indicates the state of all DC outputs. Thecontact is open when all the DC outputs are normal. It is closedif an output failure is detected in any DC output circ...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07134(4) Causes of blown fuses and required corrective actionsThis power supply unit is provided with fuses F1 at its input, fuse F3at the +24V output, and fuse F4 at the +24E output. Possible causesof these fuses blowing are listed below together with the correctiveactions ...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE135Fig.2.7.4(a) Exchange of fanmotor (A16B--1212--0950)

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07136Fig.2.7.4(b) Exchange of fanmotor (A16B--1212--0950)

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE137Unit namePartnumberRatingSpecificationUseF11, F125AA60L-- 0001-- 0194#5.0For 200VAC inputAF133.2AA60L-- 0001-- 0075#3.2+24V for CRT/MDI master or optionprinted cisuit boardAF145AA60L-- 0001-- 0046#5.0Protection of +24E line in the machinefrom external failuresF11, F127....

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07138(2) Mounted position of the fuses for input unitFor with out servo0.3A fuse (F3)10A fuse (F1, F2)P.C.B. for input unit

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE139It is necessary to regulary clean the heat transformer, because the heattransformation ability will be reduced by the accumulation of dust. Thefrequency of the cleaning needed differs according to the installationenvironment and therefore should be determined by your ow...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07140Cleaning heat exchanger1 When cleaning, be sure to cut off the fan power source.2 Take out the external fan unit from the heat exchanger main unit.Detach the two installation screws (A) of the external fan unit, and detach the unitfrom the main unit by sliding it down. ...

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    B-- 61395E/072. HARDWARE141Method of cleaning heat exchanger fan1 Detach the heat exchanger format the unit and either blow off with air,wipe off with a dry cloth, or brush the accumulated dirt, condensation,etc.When the dirt is especially severe1 Detach the internal fan unit, the terminal unit, ...

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    2. HARDWAREB-- 61395E/07142The LCD backlight needs periodical replacement. It is replaced as a unit.The operation life of the LCD backlight (defined as the time until thebrightness of the backlight becomes 50% or less of the initial value) isabout 10,000 hours (5,000 hours guaranteed). The whole ...

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    B-- 61395E/073. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT1433 DATA INPUT/OUTPUTOnce the memory printed--circuit board has been replaced, the data mustbe re--input.This chapter explains how to input parameters, partprograms, and tool offset values to, and output them from, I/O units suchas floppy disk drives.3.1 DATA INP...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB-- 61395E/07144(1) Select EDIT mode.(2) Press the PRGRMkey several times to display the program list screen.SYSTEM EDITION0400 - 01PROGRAM NO.USED :14FREE :49MEMORY AREAUSED :275 FREE :3820PROGRAM LIBRARY LISTO0010 O2000 O0020 O0030 O0200 O0300O0555 O1200 O0777 O1234 O0040 O0...

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    B-- 61395E/073. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT145(1) Select EDIT mode.(2) Press the PRGRMkey several times to display the parameter screen.PARAMETERO1224 N0000NO. REVX =S0TMDI[ PARAM ][ DGNOS ][][ SV-PRM ][](SETTING 1)REVX = 0REVY = 0TVON = 0ISO= 0(0:EIA1:ISO)INCH = 0(0:MM1:INCH)I/O= 0ABS= 0(0:INC1:ABS)SEQ= 0...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB-- 61395E/07146(1) Select EDIT mode.(2) Press the PRGRMkey several times to display the program list screen.SYSTEM EDITION0400 - 01PROGRAM NO.USED :14FREE :49MEMORY AREAUSED :275 FREE :3820PROGRAM LIBRARY LISTO0010 O2000 O0020 O0030 O0200 O0300O0555 O1200 O0777 O1234 O0040 O0...

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    B-- 61395E/073. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT147(1) Select the EDIT mode.(2) Press the OFSETkey several times to select the conversational datascreen.(3) Press theOUTPTSTARTkey to start output.(1) Set the PWE setting data to 1.(Parameter screen page 2)PARAMETERO1224 N0000[ PARAM ][ DGNOS ][][][]NO. PWE =(SET...

  • Page 164

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB-- 61395E/07148(1) Select EDIT mode.(2) Locate the beginning of the file.(3) Disable program protection (KEY = 1).(4) Press theDGNOSPARAMkey several times to display the DGNOS (diagnosis)screen.(5) Press the INPUTkey to begin PMC parameter input.(1) Select EDIT mode.(2) Locat...

  • Page 165

    B-- 61395E/073. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT149(1) Select EDIT mode.(2) Locate the beginning of the file.(3) Press the OFSETkey several times to display the offset screen.OFFSETO1224 N0000NO.DATANO.DATA00110.0000090.0000020.00001012.2690035.00001110.2300040.000012-11.26500512.580013-8.5620060.0000140.000007...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB-- 61395E/07150To use the FANUC floppy cassette, set the parameters shown below:Setting: I/O = 0 (*1)Parameter: ISO = 1#71002#6*#5*#4*#3*#20#1*#01PRM10(4800BPS)552PRM****PRG9***012PRMPRG9 1 : Protects program numbers 9000 to 9999.0 : Allows program numbers 9000 to 9999 to be ...

  • Page 167

    B-- 61395E/073. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT1511 Press the EDIT switch on the machine operator’s panel.2 Press function PRGRMkey3 Press soft key [FLOPPY].4 Press page keyPAGEor PAGE .5 The screen below appears.O0555 N0000(METER) VOL19:36:51 EDIT0001PARAMETER0002ALL. PROGRAM0003O00010004O00020005O00030006O...

  • Page 168

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB-- 61395E/071521 Press soft key [READ] after displaying the directory of files.19:38:35READ_FILE NO. =PROGRAM NO. =NUM.O0555 N0000(METER) VOLDIRECTORY (FLOPPY)NO. FILE NAMEEDIT[EXEC][CAN][][][STOP]2 Enter a file number.3 Press function INPUTkey .4 To read a program by changin...

  • Page 169

    B-- 61395E/073. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT1531 Press soft key [PUNCH] after displaying the directory of files.19:39:17PUNCH_FILE NO. =_ PROGRAM NO. =NUM.O0555 N0000(METER) VOLDIRECTORY (FLOPPY)NO. FILE NAMEEDIT[ EXEC ][CAN][ PRG-NO ][][ STOP ]2 Enter a program number. To write all programs into a single f...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB-- 61395E/071541 Press soft key [DELETE] after displaying the directory of files.19:39:56DELETE_FILE NO. =NUM.S0TO0555 N0000(METER) VOLDIRECTORY (FLOPPY)NO. FILE NAMEEDIT[EXEC][CAN][][][STOP]2 When specifying the file with a file number, type the number andpress function INPU...

  • Page 171

    B-- 61395E/073. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT1551 Press soft key [RENAME] after displaying the directory of files.2 Position the cursor to FILE NO. then enter the number of the filewhose name is to be changed. Press the INPUTkey.3 Position the cursor to NAME and key in a new file name. Then, pressthe INPUTke...

  • Page 172

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMCB-- 61395E/071564 INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMCThis chapter describes the signals between the machine operator’s panel,magnetics cabinet and the PMC, connection of the signals between PMCand CNC, and confirmation method of on/off state of these signals.It also desc...

  • Page 173

    B-- 61395E/074.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC157Press soft key DGNOSPARAM, and a sequence program is displayed dynamicallyand operation monitoring can be confirmed :LADDERNET 0001-0004LOG1TOPBOTTOMSRCHNumber of net displayedCommentMONIT RUNLOG1LOG1X021.4*ESPPORDPOREND1ALWAYS1EMERGENCYPOWER ONSTOPRE...

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    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMCB-- 61395E/07158SymbolSignal nameTMAddress*+EDCX, *+EDCZ, *-- EDCX ,*-- EDCZExternal deceleration signalfG138.0, G138.1, G138.3,G138.4*+EDCX, *+EDCY, *+EDCZ,*-- EDCX, *-- EDCY, *-- EDCZExternal deceleration signalfG138.0, G138.1, G138.2,G138.3, G138.4, G138.5*+LX, *...

  • Page 175

    B-- 61395E/074.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC159AddressMTSignal nameSymbol+MIT1, -- MIT1, +MIT2, -- MIT2Interlock signal for each axis anddirectionfX008.2, X008.3 X008.4, X008.5+X, -- X, +Y, -- Y, +Z, -- Z, +4, -- 4Feed axis and direction select signalf G116.2, G116.3, G117.2,G117.3, G118.2, G118.3...

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    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMCB-- 61395E/07160AddressMTSignal nameSymbolCCTH1A CTH2AGear selection signalff G229.3, G229.2CCTH1A CTH2AClutch/gear signal (serial spindle)ff G229.3, G229.2DENDistribution end signalsff F149.3DEN2Passing point signalfF149.6DLKRenewal disable signal of relativecoordi...

  • Page 177

    B-- 61395E/074.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC161AddressMTSignal nameSymbolEINPA, EINPBIn-- position signal (PMC axis control)ff F270.0, F273.0EM11A to EM28A, EM11B toEM28BAuxiliary function code signal(PMC axis control)ffF272.0 to F272.7, F275.0 toF275.7EMFA, EMFBAuxiliary function strobe signalff ...

  • Page 178

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMCB-- 61395E/07162AddressMTSignal nameSymbolGOQSMTool offset write mode select signalfG132.7GR1, GR2Gear selection signalfG118.2, G118.3GR1, GR2Gear selection signalf G123.2, G123.3GGR1O, GR2O, GR3OGear selection signalf G152.0, G152.1, G152.2GGR21Gear selection signa...

  • Page 179

    B-- 61395E/074.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC163AddressMTSignal nameSymbolKF4TH, KFF, KFF%, KFGE,KFI,, KFJA, KFL+, KFM., KFNK,KFOJ, KFRC, KFS=, KFT*,KFXU, KFXW, KFYV, KH, J, K,KINPUT, KINSRT, KM, -- ,KOFSET, KP, Q, L, KPAGE-,KPAGE¸, KPARAM, KPOS,KPROGRM, KRESET, KS1,KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5, KSL, KSR,KS...

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    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMCB-- 61395E/07164AddressMTSignal nameSymbolMFIN2, MFIN32nd, 3rd M function completionsignalff G134.4, G134.5MMI1, MMI2Mirror image check signalfF158.0, F158.1MMI1, MMI2, MMI4Mirror image check signalf F158.0, F158.1, F158.3,MP1, MP2Manual handle heed amountfG117.0, G...

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    B-- 61395E/074.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC165AddressMTSignal nameSymbolPN1, PN2, PN4, PN8Workpiece number search signalffG122.4, G122.5, G122.6,G122.7PRCPosition record signalfG103.6PRGDPLProgram screen display signalff F180.1PPRTSFRequired parts count reached signalff F164.7PPSW01 to PSW10Posit...

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    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMCB-- 61395E/07166AddressMTSignal nameSymbolRRTPTTapping return completion signalf F192.6RRWDRewinding signalff F164.6

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    B-- 61395E/074.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC167AddressMTSignal nameSymbolS11, S12, S14, S18, S21, S22,S24, S28Spindle-- speed code signalsffF152.0, F152.1, F152.2, F152.3,F152.4, F152.5, F152.6, F152.7S11 to S58Spindle-- speed function code signal(BCD output)ff F185.0 to F187.3SAServo ready signal...

  • Page 184

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMCB-- 61395E/07168AddressMTSignal nameSymbolSPOFeed hold signal(software operator’s panel signal)ff F178.7SPPHSSpindle phase synchronous controlsignalff G146.3SPSLA, SPSLBSpindle select signalff G230.2, G234.2SPSTPSpindle stop complete signalfG123.6SPSYCSpindle sync...

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    B-- 61395E/074.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC169AddressMTSignal nameSymbolT11 to T28Tool function code signalsfF153.0 to F153.7T11 to T48Tool function code signalsf F153.0 to F156.7TALTool post interference alarm signalFF180.7TFTool function strobe signalsff F150.3TFINTool function completion signa...

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    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMCB-- 61395E/07170AddressMTSignal nameSymbolZNGCancel-- the-- Z-- axis command signalf G103.6ZP2X, ZP2Z, ZP23, ZP24Second reference position returnfF161.0, F161.1, F161.2, F161.3ZP2X, ZP2Y, ZP2Z, ZP24Second reference position returncompletion signalsfF161.0, F161.1, F...

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    B-- 61395E/075. DIGITAL SERVO1715 DIGITAL SERVOThis chapter describes servo tuning screen required for maintenance ofdigital servo and adjustment of reference position.5.1 INITIAL SETTING THE SERVO PARAMETERS172. .5.2 SERVO TUNING SCREEN175. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5.3 ADJUSTING TH...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB-- 61395E/07172This section describes how to set initial servo parameters, which is usedfor field adjustment of machine tool.(1) INITIAL SET BIT (Parameter 8n00, n is axis number)#72000#6#5#4#3PRMCAL#2#1DGPRM#0PLC01#1 (DGPRM)l 0 : Initial setting of digital servo parameter is don...

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    B-- 61395E/075. DIGITAL SERVO173(5) Feed gear N/M8n84n of flexible feed gearPRM8n85m of flexible feed gearPRM1) For serial pulse coder A or B, and serial a pulse coder.For serial pulse coder B, set 250,000 pulses or less.Examples of calculation1/1000 mm1/10000 mm1 rotation8mmof motor10mm12mmn=1/m...

  • Page 190

    5. DIGITAL SERVOB-- 61395E/071742) For serial pulse coder C(Parameter no of 1st axis)Para-meterResolution 1/1000mmmeterno.Full closeSemi closeHigh resolu-tion setting8100xxxx xxx1Separatedetector00370000 00100000 0000Absolute posi-tion detector0021xxxx xxx0Velocity feed-back pulses81234000Positio...

  • Page 191

    B-- 61395E/075. DIGITAL SERVO175Set a parameter to display the servo tuning screen.#70389#6#5#4#3#2#1#0SVSPRM#0 (SVS)0 : Servo tuning screen is displayed.1 : Servo tuning screen is not displayed.1. Press DGNOSPARAMkey,key, and soft key [SV. PARA] in this order.2. Press soft key [SV.TUN] to select...

  • Page 192

    5. DIGITAL SERVOB-- 61395E/07176#7OVLAlarm1#6LV#5OVC#4HCA#3HVA#2DCA#1FBA#0OFADGN (720) :#7 (OVL) :Overload alarm#6 (LV) :Insufficient voltage alarm#5 (OVC) :Overcurrent alarm#4 (HCA) :Abnormal current alarm#3 (HVA) :Excessive voltage alarm#2 (DCA) :Discharge alarm#1 (FBA) :Disconnection alarm#0 (...

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    B-- 61395E/075. DIGITAL SERVO177(Following No. of PRM are setting for X axis)SpeedRapid traverse(PRM 0518)FL rate(PRM 0534)TimeRapid traverse acc./dec. time constant (PRM 0522)*DECxPCZ(Motor one rotation signal)GridReferecount.Counter capacity10000P+10000PCMRfErrorcounterPositiongainSpeedloopM--G...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB-- 61395E/071780570Axial reference counter capacity[P]PRM::0575Axial reference counter capacity[P]PRM7570Axial reference counter capacity[P]PRM7571Axial reference counter capacity[P]PRMThis parameter specifies the number of feedback pulses per motorrotation, or its integral submu...

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    B-- 61395E/075. DIGITAL SERVO1790570Reference counter capacity per axis[P]PRM::0575Reference counter capacity per axis[P]PRM7570Reference counter capacity per axis[P]PRM7571Reference counter capacity per axis[P]PRMNormally, the number of feedback pulses per motor revolution is setto the reference...

  • Page 196

    5. DIGITAL SERVOB-- 61395E/07180When there are no dog nor limit switch for reference position return, thisfunction enables the tool to return the reference position that is set byMTB.When the absolute position detector is used, the reference position onceset remains also during power off. When th...

  • Page 197

    B-- 61395E/075. DIGITAL SERVO181#70076#6#5#4#3#2#1JZRN#0PRM#1(JZRN) 0 : Dog is used for reference position return1 : Dogless reference position setting#70391#6#5JZRN8#4JZRN7#3JZRN4#2JZRN3#1JZRNZ#0JZRNXPRM0 : The function for setting the dogless reference position is enabled forthe corresponding a...

  • Page 198

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/071826 TROUBLESHOOTINGThis chapter describes troubleshooting procedure.6.1 CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR FAILURES183. . . . . . . . . . . .6.2 POWER CANNOT BE SWITCHED ON185. . . . . . . . . . . . . .6.3 NO MANUAL OPERATION NOR AUTOMATICOPERATION CAN BE EXECUTED188. . . . . ....

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    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING183When a failure occurs, it is important to correctly grasp what kind offailure occured and take appropriate action, to promptly recover themachine.Check for the failure according to the following procedure :RecoveryWith whatoperation?What failure?Appropriate action...

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    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/071843 What failure occurred ?D Which alarm was displayed on the alarm display screen on theCRT?D Is the CRT screen correct ?D If machining dimensions are incorrect1) How large is the error ?2) Is the position display on the CRT correct ?3) Are the offsets correct ?4 ...

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    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING185Check the LED on the input unit or power supply unit AI.(1) If no power supply alarm is detected (the red ”ALM” LED does notlight):1. If the PIL LED is off:(a) Check the input fuse of the input unit or power supply unitAI. Measure the voltage across the R and ...

  • Page 202

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07186Unhook connectors CP3 (or CP4 for a power supply unit designed tosatisfy CE marking requirements) from the front of the power supplyunit, then check the circuit corresponding to the power being turnedon and that corresponding to the power being turned off, as wel...

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    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING187(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)Input unitPower supplyunit200R200SGPAPBDetachCP11(c) If neither item (a) nor item (b) does not occur, the powersupply unit itself may be defective (overvoltage alarm orabnormal internal regulator circuit). Replace the powersupply unit.

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    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07188(1) Execute the following procedure when no manual nor automaticoperation is done(2) Check whether position display shows correct position(3) Check CNC status display(4) Check CNC internal status using diagnostic function(a) Emergency stop status (Emergency stop ...

  • Page 205

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING189(c) Confirm the status of modesOperation mode status is displayed on the lower part of CRT asfollows :If nothing is displayed, mode select signal is not input. Check modeselect signal using PMC’s diagnostic function (PMCDGN).For details, refer to section 1.4 NC ...

  • Page 206

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07190(e) Interlock or start lock signal is inputThere are a plural interlock signals. Check at first which interlocksignal is used by the machine tool builder at the parameters shownbelow.[M series]PRM49#0PRM08#7PRM15#2PRM12#1Signal nameDGNOSnumber1———*+MIT1 to ...

  • Page 207

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING191(1) Check whether position display is operating.(2) Check CNC status display.(3) Check internal status using Diagnostic funciton.(1) Check mode selection status (JOG mode is not selected).When status display shows JOG, it is normal.When status display does not sho...

  • Page 208

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07192(3)--(a) In--position check is being doneIt shows that positioning is not yet completed. Check thecontents of the following diagnostic number.DGN 800 Position Error >PARAM 500 to In--position width1) Check the parameters according to the parameter list.0517Ser...

  • Page 209

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING193(3)--(d) NC is in a reset state(4) Jog feed rate setting (Parameter) is not correct.0559Jog feedrate per axis[mm/min]PRM::0562Jog feedrate per axis[mm/min]PRM(5) Manual feed per revolution is selected (T series only)This funciton feeds an axis synchronized with sp...

  • Page 210

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07194(1) Check another manual operation (JOG) is accepted.(2) Check CNC status display.Consult with item 6.3 and 6.4.(1) Check CNC status display at lower left corner of the CRT.(Refer to 1.4 NC STATUS DISPLAY for details)When the status display shows HND, mode select...

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    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING195#70019#6#5#4#3#2#1#0MHPGBPRMMHPGB Selects the specification of the multihandle function.0 : Specification A1 : Specification B(If the multihandle function is of specification A)Selected axisHXHYHZH4First manualpulse genera-torSecondmanual pulsegeneratorThird manua...

  • Page 212

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07196[T series]#7HX0116#6#5#4#3#2#1#0DGNHZ0117DGNH30118DGN(Valid only when bit 5 of parameter 0031 = 1)H40119DGNManual pulse generator axis selection signal and selected axis are :(i) If one manual pulse generator is usedHXHYH3H4Selected axis0000No selection1000X axis...

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    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING1970121Magnification of handle feedm(1 to 127)PRM0699Magnification of handle feedn(1 to1000)PRM#7HDPIG40386#6HDPIG3#5HDPIG2#4HDPIG1#3HPNEG4#2HPNEG3#1HPNEG2#0HPNEG1PRMM series onlyHDPIGx Magnification of handle feed (X1000)1 : Not effective0 : EffectiveHPNEGx Directio...

  • Page 214

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07198Manual 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(3rd axis)HA3+5VM21(1...

  • Page 215

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING199(b) Manual pulse generator is faultyWhen you rotate the MPG, the following signal is output.Measure the signal with synchroscope at screw terminal on backof MPG. If no signal is output, measure +5V voltage.Back of MPG+5V 0V HA HBScrew terminalHA: A phase signalHB:...

  • Page 216

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07200(1) Check manual operation is possible.(2) Check the status of cycle start LED on machine operator’s manual.(3) Check status of CNC.When manual operation is either impossible, perform countermeasure,based on the previous item ”Jog operation cannot be done”....

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    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING201#70700#6CSCT#5CITL#4COVZ#3CINP#2CDWL#1CMTN#0CFINDGNThe following descriptions apply when the respective bits are 1.a. CFIN : The M, S, or T function is being executed.b. CMTN : A move command is being executed in automatic operation.c. CDWL : A dwell command is be...

  • Page 218

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07202#7BFIN0115#6BFIN2#5#4#3TFIN#2SFIN#1#0MFINDGN#0(MFIN): M function finish signal#2(SFIN): S function finish signal#3(TFIN): T function finish signal#6(BFIN2) : B function finish signal (M series only)#7(BFIN) : B function finish signal#7BF0150#6BF2#5#4#3TF#2SF#1#0M...

  • Page 219

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING203[T series](1) All axis interlock signal (STLK) is input#70120#6#5#4#3#2#1STLK#0DGNSTLK With this signal being 1, start lock signal is input.(2) Axis interlock signal (ITX to IT4) is input#7EILK0008#6#5#4#3#2#1#0PRMEILK 0 : Interlock signal is invalid1 : Interlock ...

  • Page 220

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07204#70008#6#5+RILK#4#3#2#1#0DGN0117*ILKDGNWhen these bits are 0, they indicate that the corresponding interlocksignals are on.(2) The axial interlock signals (*ITX to *IT4) are on.#7EILK0008#6#5#4#3#2#1#0PRMEILK 0 : Axial interlock is disabled.1 : Axial interlock is...

  • Page 221

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING205(a) Setting value of rapid traverse rate0518Rapid traverse rate per axis[mm/min]PRM::0521Rapid traverse rate per axis[mm/min]PRM0643Rapid traverse rate per axis[mm/min]PRM0644Rapid traverse rate per axis[mm/min]PRM7518Rapid traverse rate per axis[mm/min]PRM7519Rap...

  • Page 222

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/072062) Position coder is faultyPosition coder is connected to the spindle amplifier whenserial interface spindle is used or connected to the CNC whenanalog interface spindle is used.For details of connection, refer to the following.<T series>Whether A/B phase s...

  • Page 223

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING207(1) After cycle operation is started, then stopped, check as follows:(2) Confirm cycle start LED on machine operator’s panel.(3) Confirm CNC’s diagnostic function.The reason why cycle start LED signal (STL) has turned off are displayedon CNC’s diagnostic num...

  • Page 224

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07208When any servo alarm has generated, cycle operation is put into the resetstate and operation stop.The cycle operation becomes feed hold state in the following cases:1) Modes are switched from an automatic operation mode to a manualoperation mode.2) Feed hold sign...

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    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING209StartCheck whether the CRT signal cableand power cord are connected cor-rectly.Connectedcorrectly?NOYESCheck whether the red LED onthe input unit or power supply unitAI is on.On?YESNOCorrect theconnection.Check whether the green LED onthe input unit or power suppl...

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    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07210Check whether an LED (L1 to L6) onthe master printed-- circuit board is lit.On?YESNOPress the ON button and keep thepower switched on, measure the volt-age across the +5V check pin andGND on the master printed-- circuitboard, axis card, memory card, andother card...

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    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING211NOAlarm 85?Alarm 86?· Check baud rateand other I/Oparameters· I/O device is faultyYESNOYES(START)Is I/O pa-rameter cor-rect?YESNOSee data input/outputsection and set cor-rect parametersIs power of I/O?ONOFFTurn on I/O deviceIs cable connec-tion right?YESNOConnec...

  • Page 228

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07212To use the FANUC floppy cassette, set the parameters as shown below:Setting: I/O = 0 (*1)Parameter: ISO = 1#710002#6*#5*#4*#3*#20#1*#01PRM055210(4800BPS)PRM*0010***PRG9***PRMPRG9 1 : Protects program numbers 9000 to 9999.0 : Allows program numbers 9000 to 9999 to...

  • Page 229

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING213#7RSCMD10038#6DEVFL1#5RSCMD2#4DEVFL2#3#2RSCMD3#1DEVFL3#0PRM#1(DEVFL3) :#2(RSCMD3) : Setting I/O device for remote buffer (I/O = 3)#4(DEVFL2) :#5(RSCMD2) : Setting I/O device for reader/punch interface (I/O = 2)#6(DEVFL1) :#7(RSCMD1) : Setting I/O device for reader...

  • Page 230

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07214#70051#6#5CLK#4NCD#3#2SYN#1PRY#0PRMCLK 0 : The internal clock is used for the RS--422 interface baud rate.1 : An external clock is used for the RS--422 interface baud rate.NCD 0 : The CD (signal quality detection) of the RS--232C interface ischecked.1 : The CD (s...

  • Page 231

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING215Does deceleration sig-nal *DECa changebetween grids ?By 1 grid ?YESNO(START)Length of de-celeration dogsufficient ?YESNOExchange dog.As a temporary work,lower rapid traverserate in reference posi-tion returnYESLimit switch for *DECis faulty (variation islarge).As ...

  • Page 232

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07216The CNC received one rotation signal at least one time when the axis ismoving to the reference position at a speed higher than a speed equivalentto 128 pulses of position error amount(DGN800 to 807).(START)Check whether position gain is greater than 128 pulses(DG...

  • Page 233

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING217(1)Check whether the motor rotated more than one rotation(one rotation signal is issued ) at faster than 128 pulsesof position error amount.Rotated ?· Chagne the return start position.· Move the machine at faster that 128pulses for more than one rotation towards...

  • Page 234

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07218When a pulse coder is used as the detection of the absolute position, thereference point can be established after the motor turns more than onerotation with the battery connected.Otherwise, the following alarms are displayed when the operation ofreference point e...

  • Page 235

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING219Absolute position data in the serial pulse coder was lost.(This alarm will be generated when serial pulse coder is exchanged orposition feedback signal cable of the serial pulse coder is disconnected).Machine position must be memorized using the following method:(...

  • Page 236

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07220PCPWM signalPosition feedback signalBattery unitServoamplifierServo moterPC : Pulse coderSeries 0 axis cardPower lineSystem configuration

  • Page 237

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING221Absolute pulse coder, cable or servo module is faulty.1 Joggle the feedback cableleading fromthe servomotor tothe axiscard.Note whether an alarm occurs. If an alarm occurs, replace the cable.2 Replace the axis cable.6.13ALARM 3n1 TO 3n6(ABSOLUTE PULSECODER IS FAUL...

  • Page 238

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07222This alarm is generated when absolute pulse coder battery becomes low.Replace the batteries in the battery box connected to the connector of axiscards (CPA9 for the 1st-- to 4th--axis cards, CPA10 for the 5th--/6th--axiscard, and CPA11 for the 7th/8th--axis card)...

  • Page 239

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING223An error is generated in the control section of the serial pulse coder.Check the details by the diagnostic function 760 to 767.#70760#6CSA#5#4PHA#3RCA#2#1CKA#0SPHDGN::0767CSAPHARCACKASPHDGN#6(CSA) Check sum alarm has generated.#4(PHA) Phase data abnormal alarm has...

  • Page 240

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07224Amplifier or overheat of motor is detected.400 SERVO ALM :X OVERLOADÜ Example of CRT display.Axis name is also displayed.Confirm the detail by the diagnostic function of CNC.#7OVL0720#6#5#4#3#2#1#0DGN::OVL0727DGN#7(OVL): 1 OVERLOAD ALARM is displayed.(START)Is i...

  • Page 241

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING225LED 6 of servo amplifier is lit(START)[6] ?Is amplifier hot ?[ ---] ?Check input power volt-age of servo amplifierNormal ?Servo amplifier isfaulty<From previous page>Measure current at ter-minal IR and IS whilemoving the machine.Does current ex-ceed a rated ...

  • Page 242

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07226(START)[3] ?Is amplifier hot?[ ---] ?Check input power volt-age of power supplymoduleNormal ?Power supplymodule is faulty· Check whether the ambienttemperature has increased.· Check whether the cuttingconditions are too severe.· Check whether excessiveload is ...

  • Page 243

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING227Alarm 401, 403, 406 or 491 of servo amplifier is not turned on or turnedoff during operation.(START)Check LED statusof servo amplifier[ ---] ?Check input power sup-ply of servo amplifierNormal ?Servo amp. isfaultyCheck magneticscircuitNONO(Not lit)NOYES· Cable di...

  • Page 244

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07228(START)Check LED statusof servo amplifiermodule[ ---] ?Check input power sup-ply of servo amplifiermoduleNormal ?Servo amp. mod-ule is faultyCheck powersupply moduleYESYESNONO(Not lit)NOYESCheck DC Link voltage100VAC isnormal ?· Cable disconnection between servo...

  • Page 245

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING229DRDY signal is turned on before MCON signal is turned on. Or DRDYis not turned off after MCON signal is turned off.[Causes]1 Servo amplifier is faulty.2 Between servo amplifier and axis card is faulty.3 Axis card is faulty.The grid signal is not turned on when the...

  • Page 246

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07230osition error amount at stop (DGN 800 to 807) exceeds a value set byparameter No.593 to 596, 649, 650, 7593, 7594.(START)NOIs it verticalaxis?Check parameters 517, 593 to 596, 649, 650,7593 and 7594 if they are correct (see parameterlist attached)Correct ?Set cor...

  • Page 247

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING231Position error amount during movement (DGN 800 to 807) execeeds avalue set by parameter 504 to 507, 639, 640, 7504, 7505.(START)YES (Move)With a move command,does this alarm occurafter machine moves ?Turn off NC power,remove power lineand turn on powerCheck whethe...

  • Page 248

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07232YESCorrect ?Servo amplifier isfaultyCorrect parameters(1)NONOYESMove the machineat constant lowspeed and checkDGN 800 to 807.Value fluctuate ?Compare the valueobtained by the fol-lowing formula andDGN 800 to 807.Compare value ofPRM504 to 507, 639,640, 7504 and 75...

  • Page 249

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING233EXAMPLE OF DISPLAYAXIS NAME DETECTEDIS DISPLAYED414 SERVO ALARM:X-AXISDETECTIONSYSTEM ERRORCheck details by CNC’s diagnostic fucntion and LED display on the servoamplifier.(1)#70720#6LV#5OVC#4HCA#3HVA#2DCA#1FBA#0OFADGN::0727LVOVCHCAHVADCAFBAOFADGN(2) LED display...

  • Page 250

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/072344n6 : Position detection signal line is disconnected or short--circuited.Check the details using the CNC’s diagnostic fucntion.#7ALD0730#6#5#4EXP#3#2#1#0DGN::ALD0737EXPDGN¯¯1----0Built-- in serial pulse coderdisconnection1----1Separate type position de-tector...

  • Page 251

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING235Digital servo parameters are abnormal.(Digital servo parameters are set incorrectly.)(1) Confirm the setting value of the following parameters:PRM 8n20 : Motor format numberPRM 8n22 : Motor rotation directionPRM 8n23 : Number of pulses of velocity feedbacksPRM 8n2...

  • Page 252

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07236Because an ambient temperature of the control unit becomes high, athermostat mounted on the back panel of NC functions and informs analarm.(START)NOYESCheck temperature around the controlunit is high (more than 45_C)Thermostat on the master pinted circuitboard is...

  • Page 253

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING237This alarm indicates that the spindle speed has changed abnormally dueto the load.Check the followingparameters:Check whether the spindle speed is constant, us-ing the speedometer displayed on the CRTscreen.Constant?Heavy cuttingload?Check whether the cutting load...

  • Page 254

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07238408 : Indicates that, in a system using serial spindles, the spindleamplifier does not start normally when power is applied.This alarm will not occur once the system (including the spindle controlunit) has started. It can occur before the system starts during pow...

  • Page 255

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING239This alarm indicates, to the CNC, that in a system with serial spindles, analarm has occurred in the spindle unit.The alarm is described using the AL--XX (where XX is a number) formatindicated on the spindle amplifier display.Setting bit 7 of parameter No. 0397 to...

  • Page 256

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07240A ROM parity error has occurred.The ROM, or the printed--circuit board on which the ROM is mounted,is defective.SYSTEM ALARM0666-02998 ROM PARITY :ROM No.The name of the ROM in which the parityerror was detected is displayed.0E2Also, check the control software se...

  • Page 257

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING241These alarms indicate RAM parity errors.RAM is provided with a check bit (parity bit). When data is written toRAM, the check bit is also written to the RAM by either setting it to 1 orresetting it to 0 so that the total number of 1 bits in the data, including thec...

  • Page 258

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07242920 : Watch dog alarm or servo system alarm of 1st to 4th axis.921 : Sub--CPU watchdog alarm or 5th/6th servo system alarm922 : 7th/8th servo system alarmThe timer used to monitor the operation of CPU is called the watch dogtimer. The CPU resets timer time every ...

  • Page 259

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING243This alarm indicates the poor connection of a memory printed--circuitboard. Check that all connections are secure.NOTEThis alarm will not occur during ordinary operation. It is mostlikely to occur when a printed--circuit board is pulled out andinserted again, or r...

  • Page 260

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07244CPU error (abnormal interrupt) has generated.Main CPU board is faultyAn interrupt which will not occur during usual operation has generated.Peripheral circuit of the CPU may be abnormal. Change the main CPUboard. If operation is performed normally by power off an...

  • Page 261

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING245945 : A communication error occurred in the first serial spindle.946 : A communication error occurred in the second serial spindle.A poor connection between a memory printed--circuit board and the serialspindle amplifier may occur at the points shown below.a serie...

  • Page 262

    6. TROUBLESHOOTINGB-- 61395E/07246960 : A sub--CPU error (illegal interrupt) occurred.(1) Sub--CPU printed--circuit board defectiveAn interrupt that would not occur under a usual condition occurred.It is likely that a CPU peripheral circuit malfunctioned.Replace the sub--CPU printed--circuit boar...

  • Page 263

    B-- 61395E/076.TROUBLESHOOTING247950 : The +24E fuse has blown.An overcurrent has flowed through the +24E line, which is a 24V lineused for the I/O printed--circuit board and machine power magneticscircuit.There may be a short circuit between the 24V line and 0V in the machineor I/O cable. After ...

  • Page 264

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST251AALARMLISTA.1 LIST OF ALARM CODES (CNC)252. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(1) Program errors (P/S alarm) for T series251. . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2) Program errors (P/S alarm) for M series260. . . . . . . . . . . . . .(3) Background edit alarm268....

  • Page 265

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07252(1) Program errors (P/S alarm) for T series[T series]NumberMeaningContents000PLEASE TURN OFF POWERA parameter which requires the power off was input, turn off power.001TH PARITY ALARMTH alarm (A character with incorrect parity was input).Correct the tape.002TV...

  • Page 266

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST253[T series]NumberContentsMeaning023ILLEGAL RADIUS COMMANDIn circular interpolation by radius designation, negative value wascommanded for address R. Modify the program.028ILLEGAL PLANE SELECTIn the plane selection command, two or more axes in the same direc-tio...

  • Page 267

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07254[T series]NumberContentsMeaning055MISSING MOVE VALUE IN CHF/CNRIn chamfering or corner R block, the move distance is less thanchamfer or corner R amount.056NO END POINT & ANGLE IN CHF/CNRNeither the end point nor angle is specified in the command for thebl...

  • Page 268

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST255[T series]NumberContentsMeaning070NO PROGRAM SPACE INMEMORYThe memory area is insufficient.Delete any unnecessary programs, then retry.071DATA NOT FOUNDThe address to be searched was not found. Or the program withspecified program number was not found in progr...

  • Page 269

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07256[T series]NumberContentsMeaning090REFERENCE RETURN INCOM-PLETEThe reference position return cannot be performed normally becausethe reference position return start point is too close to the referenceposition or the speed is too slow. Separate the start point f...

  • Page 270

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST257[T series]NumberContentsMeaning114FORMAT ERROR IN MACROCustom macro A contains an undefined H code in a G65 block. Cus-tom macro B contains an error in a format other than <expression>.Correct the program.115ILLEGAL VARIABLE NUMBERA value not defined as ...

  • Page 271

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07258[T series]NumberContentsMeaning132ALARM NUMBER NOT FOUNDNo alarm No. concerned exists in external alarm message clear.Check the PMC ladder diagram.133ILLEGAL DATA IN EXT. ALARMMSGSmall section data is erroneous in external alarm message or exter-nal operator m...

  • Page 272

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST259[T series]NumberContentsMeaning176IMPROPER G-- CODE IN G107Any of the following G codes which cannot be specified in the cylin-drical interpolation mode was specified.1) G codes for positioning: G28, G76, G81 -- G89,including the codes specifying the rapid tra...

  • Page 273

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07260[T series]NumberContentsMeaning214ILLEGAL COMMAND IN SYN-CHRO-- MODECoordinate system is set or tool compensation of the shift type isexecuted in the synchronous control. Correct the program.217DUPLICATE G251 (COMMANDS)G251 is further commanded in the G251 mod...

  • Page 274

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST261(2) Program errors (P/S alarm) for M series[M series]NumberMeaningContents and remedy000PLEASE TURN OFF POWERA parameter which requires the power off was input, turn off power.001TH PARITY ALARMTH alarm (A character with incorrect parity was input). Correct th...

  • Page 275

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07262[M series]NumberContents and remedyMeaning030ILLEGAL OFFSET NUMBERThe offset number specified by D/H code for tool length offset or cuttercompensation is too large. Modify the program.031ILLEGAL P COMMAND IN G10In setting an offset amount by G10, the offset nu...

  • Page 276

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST263[M series]NumberContents and remedyMeaning059PROGRAM NUMBER NOT FOUNDIn an external program number search, a specified program numberwas not found. Otherwise, a program specified for searching is beingedited in background processing. Check the program number a...

  • Page 277

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07264[M series]NumberContents and remedyMeaning086DR SIGNAL OFFWhen entering data in the memory by using Reader / Puncher interface,the ready signal (DR) of reader / puncher was turned off.Power supply of I/O unit is off or cable is not connected or a P.C.B. isdefe...

  • Page 278

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST265[M series]NumberContents and remedyMeaning114FORMAT ERROR IN MACROCustom macro A specified an undefined H code in a G65 block. Thereis an error in other formats than <Formula>.Modify the program.115ILLEGAL VARIABLE NUMBERA value not defined as a variable...

  • Page 279

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07266[M series]NumberContents and remedyMeaning132ALARM NUMBER NOT FOUNDNo alarm No. concerned exists in external alarm message clear.Check the PMC ladder diagram.133ILLEGAL DATA IN EXT. ALARM MSG Small section data is erroneous in external alarm message or externa...

  • Page 280

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST267[M series]NumberContents and remedyMeaning175ILLEGAL G107 COMMANDConditions when performing circular interpolation start or cancel notcorrect. To change the mode to the cylindrical interpolation mode, spec-ify the command in a format of “G07.1 rotation-- axi...

  • Page 281

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07268[M series]NumberContents and remedyMeaning197C-- AXIS COMMANDED IN SPINDLEMODEA command for Cs-- axis movement was issued when the current con-trol mode is not serial spindle Cs contour control. Check the PMC lad-der program or machining program.199MACRO WORD ...

  • Page 282

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST269(3) Background edit alarmNumberMeaningContents???BP/S alarmBP/S alarm occurs in the same number as the P/S alarm that occurs inordinary program edit. (P/S 070, 071, 072, 073, 074 085,086,087 etc.)140BP/S alarmIt was attempted to select or delete in the backgro...

  • Page 283

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07270(5) Serial pulse coder (SPC) alarmsWhen either of the following alarms is issued, a possible cause is a faulty serial pulse coder or cable.NumberMeaningContents3n9SPC ALARM: n AXIS PULSE COD-ERThe n axis pulse coder has a fault.The details of serial pulse code...

  • Page 284

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST271(6) Servo alarmsNumberMeaningContents and actions400SERVO ALARM: 1, 2TH AXISOVERLOAD1-- axis, 2-- axis overload signal is on. Refer to diagnosis display No.720 or 721 for details.401SERVO ALARM: 1, 2TH AXIS VRDYOFF1-- axis, 2-- axis servo amplifier READY signa...

  • Page 285

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07272NumberContents and actionsMeaning491SERVO ALARM: 5, 6TH VRDY OFF5-- axis, 6-- axis servo amplifier READY signal (DRDY) went off.494SERVO ALARM: 5, 6TH AXIS VRDYONThe axis card ready signal (MCON) for axes 5 and 6 is off, but theservo amplifier ready signal (DR...

  • Page 286

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST273(7) Spindle alarmsNumberMeaningContents and remedy408SPINDLE SERIAL LINK STARTFAULTThis alarm is generated when the spindle control unit is not ready forstarting correctly when the power is turned on in the system with theserial spindle.The four reasons can be...

  • Page 287

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07274(9) Macro alarmsNumberMeaningContents and remedy500 to599MACRO ALARMThis alarm is related to the custom macro, macro executor, or order--made macro (including conversational program inputs). Refer to therelevant manual for details. (The macro alarm number may ...

  • Page 288

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07A. ALARM LIST275(11) Overheat alarmsNumberMeaningContents and remedy700OVERHEAT: CONTROL UNITControl unit overheatCheck that the fan motor operates normally, and clean the air filter.704Overheat: SpindleThe spindle overheated during spindle variation detection. Check thecutti...

  • Page 289

    APPENDIXA. ALARM LISTB-- 61395E/07276(13) System alarms(These alarms cannot be reset with reset key.)NumberMeaningContents and remedy910MAIN RAM PARITYThis RAM parity error is related to low-- order bytes. Replace thememory PC board.911MAIN RAM PARITYThis RAM parity error is related to high-- ord...

  • Page 290

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07B. LIST OF MAINTENANCE PARTS277BLISTOFMAINTENANCEPARTSB.1 MAINTENANCE PARTS278. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

  • Page 291

    APPENDIXB. LIST OF MAINTENANCE PARTSB-- 61395E/07278Consumables here refer to the parts which are not reused afterreplacement. Rank : AA>A>BB>B>CC>CNameDrawing numberRemarksRankBattery unitA02B-- 0096-- H021BBattery for absolute pulse coderA06B-- 6050-- K060Battery caseBA06B-- 6050...

  • Page 292

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07B. LIST OF MAINTENANCE PARTS279NameRankRemarksDrawing number9² CRT/MDI Full keysheet (T series)A98L-- 0001-- 0568#TStandardB9² EL/MDIA98L-- 0001-- 0568#TRQualifying for CE marking(English)BA98L-- 0001-- 0568#TBQualifying for CE marking(Symbolic)BCRT soft keysheetA98L-- 0001...

  • Page 293

    APPENDIXB. LIST OF MAINTENANCE PARTSB-- 61395E/07280NameRankRemarksDrawing numberMMC unitRAM file 128KBA20B-- 1001-- 0880BRAM file 256KBA20B-- 1001-- 0881BRAM file 512KBA20B-- 1001-- 0882BBubble memory 512KBA20B-- 1001-- 0911BBubble memory1MBA20B-- 1001-- 0910BKeyboardA86L-- 0001-- 0130BSoft keyb...

  • Page 294

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07B. LIST OF MAINTENANCE PARTS281NameRankRemarksDrawing numberMasterP.C.B.0-- C 32bitControl unit AA20B-- 2000-- 0175A20B-- 2002-- 0650High-- speed CPU is mounted.B0-- C 32bitControl unit BA20B-- 2000-- 0180For 0-- C, 00-- L, 00-- LCB0-- Mate CA20B-- 2000-- 0480A20B-- 2000-- 04...

  • Page 295

    APPENDIXB. LIST OF MAINTENANCE PARTSB-- 61395E/07282NameRankRemarksDrawing numberAxis P.C.B.32bit 0-- CA16B-- 2200-- 03611/2 axesBFor phase A/B pulse coderA16B-- 2200-- 03603/4 axesBFor phase A/B pulse coderA16B-- 2200-- 03715 axesBA16B-- 2200-- 03705/6 axesBA16B-- 2200-- 03817 axesBA16B-- 2200--...

  • Page 296

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07B. LIST OF MAINTENANCE PARTS283NameRankRemarksDrawing numberMacrocassette64 KBA02B-- 0091-- C111A20B-- 1001-- 0801Drawing number of order mademacro cassette isA02B-- 0091-- C110.B128 KBA02B-- 0091-- C113A20B-- 1002-- 0301Drawing number of order mademacro cassette isA02B-- 009...

  • Page 297

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07C. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR SERIES 00284CCONNECTIONOFCRT/MDIUNITFORSERIES00C.1 INSTALLATION285. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C.2 CONNECTION286. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C.3 OUTER VIEW29...

  • Page 298

    B-- 61395E/07C. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR SERIES 00APPENDIX285The installation conditions and method for the CRT/MDI for the Series00 are basically the same as in 9² CRT/MDI unis. Therefore, refer to item3 in the text. Follow this reference material, however, for the followingitems.This unit...

  • Page 299

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07C. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR SERIES 00286BK3· FCNC control unitM4H20- FTP2CP3CD13H20- FBK6· FM4Input unitNoteCD13CA314² CRT/ MDICA7BatteryunitManualpulsegeneratorNo.1 unitCRT/MDIadapterH20 : Honda Tsushin, MR connector, 20-- pinH34 : Honda Tsushin, MR connector, 34-- p...

  • Page 300

    B-- 61395E/07C. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR SERIES 00APPENDIX287Screwterminalblock(M4)ViewfromthebackoftheCRT/MDIC.2.2Connector LayoutDrawing

  • Page 301

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07C. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR SERIES 00288M4 screw terminalPower supplyPower ON/OFFSignalInput unitCP3CRT/ MDICNCSMS3PK-5CD13MRE20-RMAON1ON2OFF1ONCOMShort using a short bar.COMOFF2OFFM4 screw terminal200A200A200B200BGGCD13MRE20-RMAInput unitTP2 : M4 screw terminalEONEOFCOM...

  • Page 302

    B-- 61395E/07C. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR SERIES 00APPENDIX28910111415181912568971256891011141518197CRT/ MDICNCWiring gauge :7/0.18 (0.18mm2), twist pairl, entire shieldingSpecification :A66L-- 0001-- 0041NC earth plate

  • Page 303

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07C. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR SERIES 002903CA3 (6)CA3 (3)CA3 (13)CA3 (12)CA3 (2)CA3 (5)CA3 (11)CA3 (10)CA3 (4)CA3 (9)CA3 (1)CA3 (8)CNC earth cable (Cable clamp)1CA3MRE20-RMD0V20V30V+5V+5V+5V45678910111213HA1HB1HA2HB2HA3HB3141516171819Name of signalHA1 to HA3HB1 to HB3Descr...

  • Page 304

    B-- 61395E/07C. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR SERIES 00APPENDIX291Battery unitCRT/ MDICA7+126SMS6PK-5M4 screw terminal---++-----NOTE1 Connection with the battery unit is necessary only when using RAM file.2 A cable (3.4m) is attached to the battery unit for CRT/MDI.3 Connection with the battery u...

  • Page 305

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07C. CONNECTION OF CRT/MDIUNIT FOR SERIES 002922-- M4 (Bottom)(Mounting hole for stand)Color : Mancell N3 GS50 smooth finishLack for air flowStand(Example)Unit stand(Example)Machining drawingfor mounting hole.(Mounting Dimension of Stand)Air flowNOTE1 The calorific value of thi...

  • Page 306

    APPENDIXB-- 61395E/07D. MASTER PRINTED--CIRCUIT BOARDINCORPORATING A HIGH--SPEED CPU293DMASTERPRINTED---CIRCUITBOARDINCORPORATINGAHIGH---SPEED CPUThe Series 0--C master printed--circuit board incorporates a high--speedCPU for an improved performance.FANUC Series 0--TCFANUC Series 0--TFFANUC Serie...

  • Page 307

    APPENDIXD. MASTER PRINTED--CIRCUIT BOARDINCORPORATING A HIGH--SPEED CPUB-- 61395E/07294For control unit A, any previously shipped master printed circuit boardmust be replaced only with an identical master printed circuit board,provided as a maintenance part having the drawing number listed below....

  • Page 308

    IndexB-- 61395E/07i- 1[A]Absolute Pulse Coder Batteries, 113Action Against Noise, 96Adjusting the Reference Position (Dog Method), 176Alarm 3n0 (Request for Reference Position Return), 218Alarm 3n1 to 3n6 (Absolute Pulse Coder is Faulty), 220Alarm 3n7 to 3n8 (Absolute Pulse Coder Battery is Low),...

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    IndexB-- 61395E/07i- 2[I]I/O Link, 51Initial Setting the Servo Parameters, 171Installation, 283Installation Condition of CNC and Servo Unit, 96Inter-- Machine connection, 36Interface Between NC and PMC, 156Investigating the Conditions Under which Failure Occurred, 182[J]Jog Operation cannot be Do...

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    RevisionRecordFANUC0/00/0--MateMAINTENANCEMANUAL(B-61395E)05Aug.,’92¯Correctionofalarms4X6(disconnectionalarm)¯Additionofsignaldetails¯Additionofparametersrelatedtothereader/punchinterface¯Additionoferrorcodes04Oct.,’91¯Correctionoftroubleshooting03Sep.,’89¯Additionoffunctionsfor32bit...

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