Navigation

  • Page 1

    CONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE)B-63833EN/03FANUC Series 0 -MODEL B FANUC Series 0 Mate-MODEL B * *

  • Page 2

    • No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form. • All specifications and designs are subject to change without notice. The products in this manual are controlled based on Japan’s “Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Law”. The export from Japan may be subject to...

  • Page 3

    B–63833EN/03DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEs–1DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEThis manual includes safety precautions for protecting the user and preventing damage to themachine. Precautions are classified into Warning and Caution according to their bearing on safety.Also, s...

  • Page 4

  • Page 5

    B–63833EN/03PREFACEp–1PREFACEThis manual describes the electrical and structural specifications requiredfor connecting the FANUC Series 0i/0i Mate CNC control unit to amachine tool. The manual outlines the components commonly used forFANUC CNC control units, as shown in the configuration diag...

  • Page 6

    B–63833EN/03PREFACEp–2This manual consists of Chapters 1 to 14 and Appendixes.Chapter titleDescriptionChapter 1 CONFIGURATIONOutlines connections for the Series 0i/0i Mate and guides the readerconcerning additional details.Chapter 2 TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMThis chapter shows the total conne...

  • Page 7

    B–63833EN/03PREFACEp–3The following table lists the manuals related to Series 0i–B, Series 0iMate–B. This manual is indicated by an asterisk(*).Manual nameSpecificationnumberFANUC Series 0i–MODEL B/0i Mate–MODEL BDESCRIPTIONSB–63832ENFANUC Series 0i–PB DESCRIPTIONSB–63972ENFANUC...

  • Page 8

    B–63833EN/03PREFACEp–4Manual nameSpecificationnumberOPEN CNCFANUC OPEN CNC OPERATOR’S MANUALBasic Operation Package 1 (For Windows 95/NT)B–62994ENFANUC OPEN CNC OPERATOR’S MANUAL(DNC Operation Management Package)B–63214ENThe following table lists the manuals related to SERVO MOTOR αi...

  • Page 9

    B–63833EN/03Table of Contentsc–1DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEs–1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PREFACEp–1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. CONFIGURATION1. . . ....

  • Page 10

    B–63833EN/03Table of Contentsc–25.1.3Various LCD Units Interface53. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1.4Connection to the Standard MDI Unit54. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

  • Page 11

    B–63833EN/03Table of Contentsc–39.1GENERAL127. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.2CONNECTION128. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

  • Page 12

    B–63833EN/03Table of Contentsc–49.5.7External Dimensions169. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.7.1Outline drawing and panel–cut drawing of the small machine operator’s panel170. . . . . . . . . ....

  • Page 13

    B–63833EN/03Table of Contentsc–59.8.8Specifications241. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.8.9Other Notes243. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

  • Page 14

    B–63833EN/03Table of Contentsc–614.7PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT AND CONNECTION292. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.7.1Connector Layout Diagram292. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

  • Page 15

    B–63833EN/031. CONFIGURATION11 CONFIGURATION

  • Page 16

    B–63833EN/031. CONFIGURATION2The following figure shows the configuration of FANUC Series 0i/0iMate control unit.This manual describes how to connect the units illustrated in this diagram.The numbers in parentheses shown in the diagram are section referencesfor this manual.For Series 0i–BMemo...

  • Page 17

    B–63833EN/031. CONFIGURATION3Memory back up battery(4.4)Memory card slotI/O device (RS232C)connector(5.3)Serial spindle connector(6.1)Position coder connector (for analog spindles)(6.3)9” CRT connector(5.1)LED for display of status/alarmLCD connector(5.1)Power supply connector(4.3)Servo ampli...

  • Page 18

    B–63833EN/031. CONFIGURATION4S Power PCB (built–in)DC–DC converterS Main CPUS MemorySystem software,Macro program,Ladder program,Parameter, and etc.S PMC controlS I/O Link controlS Servo controlS Spindle controlS Memory card I/FS LED displayS Reader/puncher I/FS MDI controlS Display control...

  • Page 19

    B–63833EN/032. TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAM52 TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAM Main board24V–IN(CP1)24V–OUT(CP2)DISPLAY(COP20A)CRT(JA1)MDI(JA2)RS232C(JD5A)RS232C(JD5B)HDI/ASP(JA40)SPDL(JA7A)Servo cardFSSB(COP10A)(Up to 4axes)Power supply 24VDCTo I/O deviceOptical fiber cable24VDC24VDCLCD unitCOP20BCP1...

  • Page 20

    B–63833EN/032. TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAM6Main boardHSSB boardETHERNET boardPROFIBUS boardDeviceNet boardFL–net boardDNC2 boardTo other deviceTo other deviceBuilt–in I/OI/O LinkI/O for operator’s panelJD1BJD1AI/O Link βJD1BJD1AIOLINK(JD1A)DI/DO–1(CB104)DI/DO–2(CB105)DI/DO–3(CB106)DI/...

  • Page 21

    B–63833EN/032. TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAM7 Main board24V–IN(CP1)24V–OUT(CP2)DISPLAY(COP20A)CRT(JA1)MDI(JA2)RS232C(JD5A)RS232C(JD5B)HDI/ASP(JA40)SPDL(JA7A)Servo cardFSSB(COP10A)(Up to 3axes)Power supply 24VDCTo I/O deviceOptical fiber cable24VDC24VDCLCD unitCOP20BCP1ACP1B CA55MDI unitCK2CK1LC...

  • Page 22

    B–63833EN/032. TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAM8Main boardManual pulse generator(up to 3 units)IOLINK(JD1A)I/O for operator’s panel(with MPG)I/O LinkJD1BJD1AI/O for operator’s panel(without MPG)JD1BJD1AJA3I/O Link β servo amplifier(For the 0i Mate, only one unit can be connected.)

  • Page 23

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION93 INSTALLATION

  • Page 24

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION10The peripheral units and the control unit have been designed on theassumption that they are housed in closed cabinets. In this manual“cabinet” refers to the following:D Cabinet manufactured by the machine tool builder for housing thecontrol unit or peripheral u...

  • Page 25

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION11The following units related to the CNC control unit require input powerof 24 VDC ±10%.Table 3.2.1 Power supplyf indicates ”Applicable.”UnitSeries0iSeries0i MatePowersupplyControl unit1–slot—f1.6A2–slot (without data server)(including the power supplyfor ...

  • Page 26

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION12When a cabinet is designed, it must satisfy the environmental conditionsdescribed in Sec. 3.1. In addition, the magnetic interference on the CRTscreen, noise resistance, and maintenance requirements must beconsidered. The cabinet design must meet the following co...

  • Page 27

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION13(9) The CRT screen can be distorted by magnetic interference.Arranging magnetic sources must be done with care.If magnetic sources (such as transformers, fan motors,electromagnetic contactors, solenoids, and relays) are located near theCRT display, they frequently d...

  • Page 28

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION14The purpose of the thermal design of the cabinet is to limit the differencein temperature between the air in the cabinet and the outside air to 10°Cor less when the temperature in the cabinet increases.The internal air temperature of the cabinet increases when the ...

  • Page 29

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION15f indicates ”Applicable.”UnitSeries0iSeries0i MateHeatlossControl unit1–slot—f30W2–slot (without data server)f—50W2–slot (with data server)f—60WOption cardEthernet cardf—10Wfor mini slotHSSB cardf—3WDNC2 cardf—6WFL–net cardf—6WDeviceNet car...

  • Page 30

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION16The CNC has been steadily reduced in size using surface–mount andcustom LSI technologies for electronic components. The CNC also isdesigned to be protected from external noise. However, it is difficult tomeasure the level and frequency of noise quantitatively, an...

  • Page 31

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION17GroupActionSignal lineCable for position and velocityfeedbackBind the cables in group C sepa-rately from group A, or coverCable between the CNC andspindle amplifiergroup C with an electromagnet-ic shield.Separate group C as far fromCable for the position coderGroup ...

  • Page 32

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION18The following ground systems are provided for the CNC machine tool:(1) Signal ground system (SG)The signal ground (SG) supplies the reference voltage (0 V) of theelectrical signal system.(2) Frame ground system (FG)The frame ground system (FG) is used for safety, an...

  • Page 33

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION19PEM3 (screw hole)M4 (screw hole)Ground plate ofthe cabinetGround cable (upper 2mm2)Series 0i control unitConnect the 0 V line of the electronic circuit in the control unit with theground plate of the cabinet via the signal ground (SG) terminal.The SG terminal is loc...

  • Page 34

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION20M3 (screw hole)M4 (screw hole)Ground plate ofthe cabinetGround cable (upper 2mm2)Series 0i Mate control unitPEConnect the 0 V line of the electronic circuit in the control unit with theground plate of the cabinet via the signal ground (SG) terminal.The SG terminal i...

  • Page 35

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION21M4 studM4 studMDICRT9″ CRT/MDI unit8.4″ LCD/MDI unitApprox. 20 mm (for 9″ CRT/MDI unit)Approx. 150 mm (for 8.4″ LCD/MDI unit)Approx. 15mmLCDMDI7.2″ LCD/MDI unitApprox. 151mmLCD10.4″ LCD unitApprox. 17mmM4 studApprox. 20mmApprox. 50mmApprox. 17mmApprox. 3...

  • Page 36

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION22Stand–alone type MDI unit (small)8.4″ LCD unitApprox. 17mmApprox. 17mmM4 studApprox. 60mmApprox. 32mmApprox. 25mmM3 screw holeStand–alone type MDI unit (Full–key for 10.4″ LCD)Approx. 30mmM4 studApprox. 24mmM4 studAll the figures above arethose in which th...

  • Page 37

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION23The AC/DC solenoid and relay are used in the power magnetics cabinet.A high pulse voltage is caused by coil inductance when these devices areturned on or off.This pulse voltage induced through the cable causes the electronic circuitsto be disturbed.D Use a spark kil...

  • Page 38

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION24The 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 sh...

  • Page 39

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION25ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇControl unitGround plateMetal fittings for clampShield coverMachine sideinstallationboardFig.3.5.5(b) Cable clamp (2)Prepare ground plate like the following figure.Mount screw holeHole for securing...

  • Page 40

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION2612mm20mm8mmGroundplateFig.3.5.5(d) Ground plate holes(Reference) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clamp.17mm28mm6mmMax. 55mmFig.3.5.5(e) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clampOrdering specification for metal fittings for clampA02B–0124–K001 (8 pieces)

  • Page 41

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION27The control unit is equipped with a fan motor.Air is fed into the bottom of the unit and output from the fan motormounted on the top of the unit.The spaces shown in Fig. 3.6.1 (areas (A) and (B)) are always required toensure smooth air flow.Also, adequate service ac...

  • Page 42

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION28Fig. 3.7 (a) shows the grid of connector location.Control board may not have all connectors as shown in Fig. 3.7 (a).For actual connector layout of each board, please see the connector layoutdiagrams in Fig. 3.8 (a) or later.Main boardI/O board0i Mate–B0i–BUnit:...

  • Page 43

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION29Unit : mmFig.3.7 (b) Cable installation

  • Page 44

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION30For Series 0i–BMemory back up battery(4.4)Memory card slotI/O device (RS232C)connector(5.3)Serial spindle connector(6.1)Position coder connector (for analog spindles)(6.3)9” CRT connector(5.1)LED for display of status/alarmLCD connector(5.1)Mini slot for optionc...

  • Page 45

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION31Memory back up battery(4.4)Memory card slotI/O device (RS232C)connector(5.3)Serial spindle connector(6.1)Position coder connector (for analog spindles)(6.3)9” CRT connector(5.1)LED for display of status/alarmLCD connector(5.1)Power supply connector(4.3)Servo ampli...

  • Page 46

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION32Printed–circuit boards for mini slots (1/2)Ethernet boardDeviceNet boardPROFIBUS boardFL–net boardEthernet board connector (13)DeviceNet board connector (13)PROFIBUS board connector (13)FL–net board connector (13)Fig.3.8 (c)NOTEThe numbers in parentheses () in...

  • Page 47

    B–63833EN/033. INSTALLATION33Printed–circuit boards for mini slots (2/2)HSSB boardDNC2 boardHSSB optical connector (11)RS–232–C connector (12)Fig.3.8 (d)NOTEThe numbers in parentheses () in the figures are keyed tothe item numbers of the descriptions in this manual. Thenumbers in bracket...

  • Page 48

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION344 POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION

  • Page 49

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION35This section explains the connection of power supply for Series 0i/Series0i Mate control unit.4.1GENERAL

  • Page 50

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION36Supply power (24VDC) to the control uint of Series 0i/Series 0i Matefrom an external sources.Provide ON/OFF circuit A for turning the AC power on and off on theinput side of the 24VDC power supply as shown in Fig. 4.2.1 (a). Avoidturning the DC power on ...

  • Page 51

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION37Specifications of recommended external 24 VDC power supply(regulated power supply): (The power supply must satisfy UL1950.)Output voltage: +24 V (10% (21.6 V to 26.4 V)(including ripple voltage and noise. See the figurebelow.)Output current:The continu...

  • Page 52

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION38When the vertical axis exists, select the DC power supply that has a long voltagehold time to decrease the amount of vertical axis falling during power–off(including a power failure).If the operating voltage drops to less than or equal to 21.6V, the CNC...

  • Page 53

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION39Example 2AC inputRegulatedpowersupplyCNC unitDevice withlarge rushcurrentFor a circuit configuration in example 2, connect another regulated powersupply to be specifically used for the device with remarkable loadfluctuations so that the CNC and other unit...

  • Page 54

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION40The following circuit configuration is recommended.The power to the CNC and other units (A unit with I/O Link, FANUCServo Unit (Series with an I/O link (β amplifier with an I/O link), and soon in the sample configuration below)) is assumed to be turned o...

  • Page 55

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION41Turn on the power to each unit in the following order or all at the sametime.1. Power to the overall machine (200 VAC)2. Servo amplifier control power supply (200 VAC)3. Power to the slave I/O units connected via the I/O link, power to the display unit (2...

  • Page 56

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION42Turn off the power to each unit in the following order or all at the sametime.1. Power to the slave I/O units connected via the I/O link, power to the display unit (24VDC), the CNC control unit (24 VDC),and power to the separate detector interface unit (2...

  • Page 57

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION43Supply power to the control unit from external resouce.+24V (1)0v (2)CP1CableSeries 0i/0i Mate control unitExternal power0V13+24V224VDC stabilizedpower 24VDC"10%AMP Japan1–178288–3 (housing)1–175218–5 (Contact)Select a source that meets the e...

  • Page 58

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION44Part programs, offset data, and system parameters are stored in CMOSmemory in the control unit. The power to the CMOS memory is backedup by a lithium battery mounted on the front panel of the control unit. Theabove data is not lost even when the main ba...

  • Page 59

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION45Claw holding the batteryLithium batteryBattery connector4 Remove the battery from the front panel of the control unit.First detach the connector, then remove the battery from the batterycase.5 Replace the battery and then reconnect the connector.CAUTIONSt...

  • Page 60

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION46If the voltage of a battery drops, the screen on the LCD flashes. (If a fanalarm is issued, the screen on the LCD also flashes.) If this status occurs,replace the battery as soon as possible (within 1 week). FANUCrecommends that each battery be replace...

  • Page 61

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION47Lithium batteryA02B–0200–K102Connector(BAT1)Battery holderFig.4.4.2 Battery replacementOne battery unit can maintain current position data for six absolute pulsecoders for a year.When the voltage of the battery becomes low, APC alarms 3n6 to 3n8 (n:a...

  • Page 62

    B–63833EN/034. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION48Obtain four commercially available alkaline batteries (size D).(1) Turn on the power to the machine (Series 0i/0i Mate).(2) Loosen the screws of the battery case, and remove the cover.(3) Replace the dry batteries in the case.Note the polarity of the batt...

  • Page 63

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS495 CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS

  • Page 64

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS50The following display units can be connected to the Series 0i/0i Mate.9″CRT/MDI unitCNC24VDCSoft key7.2″LCD/MDI unit8.4″LCD/MDI unit7.2″LCD8.4″LCDSubsec. 5.1.2MDI key9″CRTMDIJA1JA2CK1CK2CN1CN2COP20ACOP20BCP1ACNCSoft keyCK1CK2MDI24VDC7.2...

  • Page 65

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS51CNC24VDCSoft keyJA2CNCJA224VDCFor Display unit with PC functions (Series 0i only)See Chapter 14 for details of connection.HSSBboard(option)Display unitwith PCfunctionsHSSBboard(option)Display unitwith PCfunctionsFA full keyboardMDI unit

  • Page 66

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS52CP1BVSYNC0V0VHSYNC19181617131112171416151918200V0V0V0V0V1113121098VDBVDGVSYNCHSYNCCN1(MR–20RM)20VDR0605040302JA1(PCR–EV20MDT)01VDRVDB0VVDG0V0V0807091014151324657132+24V460V5+24V210V3CN2Cable sideJAPAN FCISMS6PN–5 (Housing)RC16M–23TB or RC16M...

  • Page 67

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS53An optical fiber cable is used to make the connection between the CNCcontrol unit and LCD unit. For details of the optical fiber cable, seeAppendix D.Feed power to the LCD unit from an external 24 VDC power supply.CP1ACP1AAMP Japan1–178288–3 (h...

  • Page 68

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS54:COM04:COM07:COM06:KEY03:KEY01:KEY05:COM01:KEY07:COM03:COM05:COM11:COM0911131214161518171920:KEY02:KEY00:KEY04:COM00:KEY06:COM02:COM04:COM10:COM08JA201030204060508070910(01) :KEY00(02) :KEY02(03) :KEY04(04) :KEY06(05) :COM00(06) :COM02(07) :COM04(08...

  • Page 69

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS55Japan Aviation ElectronicsLY10–DC20 (Housing)LY10–C2–3 (Contact)A02B–0236–K303*COM1120LCD unitJAELY20–20P–DTI–PPCA55CA55*KEY04*KEY02*KEY00*KEY03*KEY01321BA*KEY05*KEY064*KEY07*COM005*COM01*COM026*COM03*COM047*COM068 *COM05*COM07*COM08...

  • Page 70

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS56English displaySymbol display5.2VARIED MDI KEYSWITCHD 9″CRT/MDI unit (T series)D 7.2″LCD/MDI unit (T series)D 8.4″LCD/MDI unit (T series)D Stand–alone type smallMDI unit (T series)

  • Page 71

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS57English and symbol display

  • Page 72

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS58English displaySymbol displayD 9″CRT/MDI unit (M series)D 7.2″LCD/MDI unit (M series)D 8.4″LCD/MDI unit (M series)D Stand–alone type smallMDI unit (M series)

  • Page 73

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS59English and symbol display

  • Page 74

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS60English displaySymbol displayD Stand–alone typefull–key MDI unit (T series)

  • Page 75

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS61English and symbol display

  • Page 76

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS62English displaySymbol displayD Stand–alone typefull–key MDI unit (M series)

  • Page 77

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS63English and symbol display

  • Page 78

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS64I/O devices are used for inputting various data such as CNC programs andparameters from external devices to the CNC or outputting data from theCNC to external devices.The Handy File is one of the I/O devices for the Series 0i. The interfacefor I/O ...

  • Page 79

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS65R232–2JD5BSeries 0i Matecontrol unitPunch panelHandy FileR232–1JD5ASeries 0icontrol unit5.3.2Connecting I/O Devices

  • Page 80

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS66ER+24V141615171918202221232524SDFGRDCSRSDRSGCD132465798101211130VSDERRS0V0V+24V111312141615181719200VRDDRCS0V0VCD0V+24VJD5A, JD5B(PCR–EV20MDT)13246587910CNCRELAYING CONNECTOR(DBM–25S)1234567891011121314151617181920365822047251RDDRCSCDSDERRSSG+24...

  • Page 81

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS67Generally signals as follows are used in RS–232–C interface.CNCSD (Send data)RD (Recieve data)RS (Request to Send)CS (Enable to send)ER (Ready)DR (Data set ready)CD (Check data)SG (Signal ground)FG (Frame ground)When CS is not usedshort CS and R...

  • Page 82

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS68SignalnameRS–232–Ccircuit numberI/ODescriptionSD103Out-putSendingdataStart bitStop bitRD104InputReceiv-ing dataONOFF4(When ISO code “0” is sent)1238567RS105InputSendingrequestThis signal is set to on when NC startssending data and is turned ...

  • Page 83

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS69Generally, two transmission methods are available at the serial interface.Series 0i use the start–stop method. With this method, start and stopsignals are output before and after each data bit.One character in start–stopb1b2b3b4b5b6b7b8Start bit...

  • Page 84

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS70Table 5.3.4ISO codeEIA codeCharacter87654321Character87654321Meaning0ffF0fFNumeral 01fffFf1FfNumeral 12fffFf2FfNumeral 23ffFff3fFffNumeral 34fffFf4FfNumeral 45ffFff5fFffNumeral 56ffFff6fFffNumeral 67fffFfff7FfffNumeral 78ffffF8fFNumeral 89fffFf9ffFf...

  • Page 85

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS71NOTE1 When the external device is equipped with an ISO/EIAconverter, the following items must be noted in Table 5.3.4.ISO code (.......................)EIA code (.......................)Control out (Comment field start)CRLFControl in (Comment field ...

  • Page 86

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS72(iv) Cable lengthThe cable length depends on the external device type. Consult withthe device manufacturers for actual connecting cable lengths.When cable A (A66L–0001–0041) is used, cable length is asfollows by the specification of NC.for RS–...

  • Page 87

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS73(1)NC output DC2.(2)NC outputs punch data in succession.(3)When data processing is delayed at the external device.(a)Data output stops within two characters including a currentlytransmitting character when CS signal is turned off.When CS signal is t...

  • Page 88

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS74CNCI/O device sideSDRDRSCSERDRCDSGFGSDRDRSCSERDRCDSGFG0VConnection betweenRS–232–C interface andI/O devices

  • Page 89

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS75+24V0VSDERRS0V0V111312141615181719200VRDDRCS0V0VCD0V+24VJD5A, JD5B(PCR–EV20MDT)13246587910Relaying connectorConnector: DBM–25S (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.)Lock metal: D20418–J9 (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.)Cable side connect...

  • Page 90

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS76Manual pulse generators are used to manually move an axis in the handlefeed mode.This subsection describes manual pulse generators for the Series 0i. SeeSection 9.5 for the Series 0i Mate.Series 0icontrol unitMPGJA3BManual Pulse Generator (No.1)Man...

  • Page 91

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS77Manual Pulse Generator unit #3(M3 screw terminal)0V+5V10V0V0V0V0V+5V+5V+5V11131214161518171920HB1HA1HA2HA3HB2HB3+5V+5V4658791032CNCI/O PCBJA3B (PCR–EV20MDT)+5V0VHA1HB13456+5V0VHA3HB33456+5V0VHA2HB23456Manual Pulse GeneratorManual Pulse Generator u...

  • Page 92

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS78Manual pulse generators are supplied with 5 VDC power the same aspulse coders. The drop in voltage due to cable resistance must not exceed0.2V (on 0V and 5V lines in total).0.2y0.1 R 2Lmwhere 0.1 :Power supply current for the manual pulse genera...

  • Page 93

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS79Connection example in which more than one unit equipped with a manualhandle interface is connected with an I/O LINKSeries 0i–Bcontrol unitJD1BJA3JD1AJD1AJA3Manual pulsegenerator(No. 1)Manual pulsegenerator(No. 2)Manual pulsegenerator(No. 3)Operato...

  • Page 94

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS80Series 0i Matecontrol unitSeries 0icontrol unitSwitchHigh–speed skip (HDI)JA405.5CONNECTING THEHIGH–SPEED SKIP(HDI)5.5.1General

  • Page 95

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS81CNCPCR–EV20MDTJA400VHDI03214(ES)0V56(SVC)7(ENB1)8(ENB2)91013121114151617181920Signals inside ( ) are used with the analog spindle.NOTELeave connector pins unconnected if they are not intendedfor use.Recommended cable connector:PCR–E20FA (Honda ...

  • Page 96

    B–63833EN/035. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS82CNCVH/VLDRIVERSHIELDFILTERliL/liHRECEIVER0VAbsolute maximum ratingInput voltage range Vin: –3.6 to +13.6 VInput characteristicsUnitSymbolSpecificationUnitRemarkHigh level input voltageVH3.6 to 11.6VLow level input voltageVL0 to 1.0VHigh level inp...

  • Page 97

    B–63833EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION836 SPINDLE CONNECTIONThe figure below shows the spindle–related connections. Note that thenumber of connectable spindles depends on the model. So, see the tables thatfollow the figure below.JA7AJA40CNCmain boardJA7BJA7ASPMTB2SPMTB2JA7BJA7AFirst serial spind...

  • Page 98

    B–63833EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION841113121416151817192014SOUT111312161518171920*SIN[ ]JA7B(PCR–E20MDT)0V0V0VSIN*SOUT[ ]13246587910CNCJA7APCR–EV20MDTSpindle amplifier module0V0V0V0V0V0V*SINSIN*SOUT13246587910SOUT[ ][ ][ ][ ](+5V)[ ](+5V)(+5V)[...

  • Page 99

    B–63833EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION8513412,14,161Connector JA7B SIN *SIN SOUT *SOUTConnector JA7A SOUT *SOUT SIN *SIN Cable connectionCNCSpindleamplifiermodule34212,14,162Ground plateGround plateRecommended cable connector:PCR–E20FA (manufactured by Honda Tsushin Kogyo)FCN–247J020–G/E (manu...

  • Page 100

    B–63833EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION8689SVC, ESENB1, ENB2Spindle command voltage and common lineSpindle enable signal (Note 1)132ES465SVC87ENB19ENB21011131214161518171920CNCJA7APCR–EV20MDT75DA2ESVCESENB1ENB2Signal NameDescriptionCABLE CONNECTIONANALOG SPINDLESERVO UNIT ORINVERTERSHIELDGROUNDING ...

  • Page 101

    B–63833EN/036. SPINDLE CONNECTION872()13()()PA465:PAPB87:PB9 +5V100V11131214160V150V1817+5V+5V1920CNCJA41PCR–E20MDTPA,:PASOUT,:SOUTSIN,:SIN567815179,18,2012,14,16A(PA)N(:PA)C (PB)R(:PB)B(:PZ)P(:PZ)HKPA:PAPB:PBSC:SC+5V0VCNCPB,:PBSC:SCSignal NameDescriptionSC, :SCPosition coder phase C signalsP...

  • Page 102

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE887 SERVO INTERFACE

  • Page 103

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE89Series 0i Matecontrol unitSeries 0icontrol unitFSSBCOP10AServo amplifier7.1CONNECTION TOTHE SERVOAMPLIFIERS

  • Page 104

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE90This chapter describes how to connect the servo units to the Series 0i/0iMate. For details of the connection of the Servo amplifier, refer to theeach servo amplifier manual.COP10ACOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10AControl unitServo amplifier modules...

  • Page 105

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE91CP11AServo amplifier moduleControl unit or the previous–stage servoamplifier moduleSeparate detector in-terface unitLinear scale7.1.3Separate DetectorInterface

  • Page 106

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE92COP10BCOP10ACP11ACNF1Servo amplifier moduleOptical fiber cableOptical fiber cableSeparate detector interface unit 124VDCCNCCOP10BCOP10AÔÔÔÔÔÔLinear scale axis 1Battery for absoluteseparate detectorServo cardCOP10A|||Linear scale axis 2ÔÔÔÔCOP10BCOP10AÔ...

  • Page 107

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE93The interface unit can feed 0.35 A (5 V) to each separate detector.ItemSpecificationPower supply capacityVoltage 24 VDC ±10%Current 0.9 A (basic unit only)1.5 A (basic unit + expansion unit)Ordering informationA02B–0236–C205 (basic)Method of installationAn...

  • Page 108

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE941PCA2*PCA3PCB4*PCB11120V13140V5PCZ6*PCZ7(+6V)8(REQ)15160V1718+5V9+5V19JF101 to JF104(PCR–EV20MDT)1020+5VSeparate detector interface unitSHIELDGROUNDING PLATECable wiringLinear scale12PCA*PCAPCA*PCA34PCB*PCBPCB*PCB56PCZ*PCZPCZ*PCZ918+5V+5V+5V+5V2012+5V0V+5V0V141...

  • Page 109

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE95NOTEThe +5V signals above can be used to feed power to linearscales. The supply current per linear scale is 0.35 Amaximum.Minimum tolerance to 5 V: 4.95 V for main unit and 4.9 Vfor expanded section7.1.7Stand–alone TypePulse Coder Interface(Parallel Interface...

  • Page 110

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE96NOTEThe +5V signals above can be used to feed power to linearscales. The supply current per linear scale is 0.35 Amaximum.Minimum tolerance to 5 V: 4.95 V for main unit and 4.9 Vfor expanded section(Parallel interface)D For incremental detector1PCA2*PCA3PCB4*PC...

  • Page 111

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE97NOTE1 The +5V signals above can be used to feed power todetectors. The supply current per detector is 0.35 Amaximum. Minimum tolerance to 5 V: 4.95 V for main unit and 4.9 Vfor expanded section2 When the 9090 series servo software is used, the serialinterface ...

  • Page 112

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE98NOTE1 The +5V signals above can be used to feed power to linearscales. The supply current per linear scale is 0.35 Amaximum. Minimum tolerance to 5 V: 4.95 V for main unit and 4.9 Vfor expanded section2 When the 9090 series servo software is used, the serialin...

  • Page 113

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE99The standard of the feedback signal from the additional detector is asshown below.(1) A and B phase signal inputThis is a method to input position information by the mutual 90 degreephase slip of A and B phase signals.Detection of the position is performed with t...

  • Page 114

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE100Requirements for the signals at the input pins of input connectors JF101to JF104. TD y 0.15 µsecThe signals for these connectors are differential input signals with A andB phases. An important factor is time TD from point A, when thepotential difference betwe...

  • Page 115

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE101Absolute pulse coder battery caseSeparate detector interface unit7.1.9Connection of Batteryfor Separate AbsoluteDetector

  • Page 116

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE102010302040605+6V0807091011131214161518171920JA4A(PCR–EV20MDT)+6V0V+–0VSeparate detector interface unitBattery case(M3 terminal)JA4A+6V0V+6V0V+–73CABLE CONNECTIONRECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL:y0.2 mm2 (7/0.18)Battery caseRecommended connectors:PCR–E20FA (Hond...

  • Page 117

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE103Connector locations on the basic unitFor the outside dimensions, see Appendix A.7.1.10Connector Locations

  • Page 118

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE1041) Notes on installation(1) Use an interface unit in a completely enclosed cabinet.(2) Install an interface unit on a vertical surface, and provide a spaceof 100 mm above and below the unit. Below an interface unit, donot place equipment that generates a large ...

  • Page 119

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE105CAUTIONTo install/remove the unit, a screwdriver must be insertedobliquely. So, sufficient access clearances are required onboth sides of the unit. As a guideline, if the front of anadjacent unit appears flush with the unit or slightly set back,allow a clearan...

  • Page 120

    B–63833EN/037. SERVO INTERFACE106Installing the unit on the DIN railInstalling the uniton the DIN railRemovingthe unit fromthe DIN railDIN railDIN railInstalling the unit:1. Hook the unit on the top of the DIN rail.2. Push the unit in until it clicks.Removing the unit:1. Push down the lock by u...

  • Page 121

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O1078 CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O

  • Page 122

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O108The Series 0i has a built–in I/O board for machine interface I/O. Numberof DI/DO points for built–in I/O card are 96/64 points. This built–in I/Oboard must be assigned as the first slave of the I/O Link with the PMCladder according to th...

  • Page 123

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O109The following cautions must be observed when using I/O signal receiversand drivers for the machine interface.DI signals are basically of the sink type (a type that drains energy). SomeDI signals, however, can be set to either sink type or sourc...

  • Page 124

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O110Series 0icontrol unitMachine Operator’s panelMagnetic cabinet circuit8.3BUILT–IN I/O CARD CONNECTION

  • Page 125

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O111AB010V+24VX0000.0X0000.103 X0000.2X0000.3X0000.4X0000.505 X0000.6X0000.7X0001.0X0001.107 X0001.2X0001.3X0001.4X0001.509 X0001.6X0001.7X0002.0X0002.1X0002.2X0002.3X0002.4X0002.5X0002.6X0002.7Y0000.0Y0000.1Y0000.2Y0000.3Y0000.4Y0000.5Y0000.6Y0000....

  • Page 126

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O112RVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVX0000.0X0000.1X0000.2X0000.3X0000.4X0000.5X0000.6X0000.7CB104(B01)CB104(A02)CB104(B02)CB104(A03)CB104(B03)CB104(A04)CB104(B04)CB104(A05)CB104(B05)RVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVX0001.0X0001.1X0001.2X0001.3X0001.4X0001.5X0001.6X0001.7CB104(A06)C...

  • Page 127

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O113RVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVX0002.0X0002.1X0002.2X0002.3X0002.4X0002.5X0002.6X0002.7CB104(B01),CB105(B01)CB104(A10)CB104(B10)CB104(A11)CB104(B11)CB104(A12)CB104(B12)CB104(A13)CB104(B13)RVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVX0003.0X0003.1X0003.2X0003.3X0003.4X0003.5X0003.6X0003.7...

  • Page 128

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O114RVRVRVRVRVRVRVX0004.0X0004.1X0004.2X0004.3X0004.4X0004.5X0004.6X0004.7CB106(B01)CB106(A02)CB106(B02)CB106(A03)CB106(B03)CB106(A04)CB106(B04)CB106(A05)CB106(B05)RVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVX0005.0X0005.1X0005.2X0005.3X0005.4X0005.5X0005.6X0005.7CB106(A06)CB1...

  • Page 129

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O115RVRVRVRVRVRVRVX0006.0X0006.1X0006.2X0006.3X0006.4X0006.5X0006.6X0006.7CB106(B01),CB107(B01)CB106(A10)CB106(B10)CB106(A11)CB106(B11)CB106(A12)CB106(B12)CB106(A13)CB106(B13)RVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVX0007.0X0007.1X0007.2X0007.3X0007.4X0007.5X0007.6X0007.7CB...

  • Page 130

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O116RVRVRVRVRVRVRVX0008.0X0008.1X0008.2X0008.3X0008.4X0008.5X0008.6X0008.7CB105(B01)CB105(A06)CB105(B06)CB105(A07)CB105(B07)CB105(A08)CB105(B08)CB105(A09)CB105(B09)RVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVX0009.0X0009.1X0009.2X0009.3X0009.4X0009.5X0009.6X0009.7CB105(A10)CB1...

  • Page 131

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O117RVRVRVRVRVRVRVX0010.0X0010.1X0010.2X0010.3X0010.4X0010.5X0010.6X0010.7CB107(B01)CB107(A06)CB107(B06)CB107(A07)CB107(B07)CB107(A08)CB107(B08)CB107(A09)CB107(B09)RVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVX0011.0X0011.1X0011.2X0011.3X0011.4X0011.5X0011.6X0011.7CB107(A10)CB1...

  • Page 132

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O118Y0000.0Y0000.1CB104(A16)CB104(B16)Bit No.Address No.Terminal No.DVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVY0000.2Y0000.3Y0000.4Y0000.5Y0000.6Y0000.7Y0001.0Y0001.1Y0001.2Y0001.3Y0001.4Y0001.5Y0001.6Y0001.7CB104(A17)CB104(B17)CB104(A18)CB104(B18)CB104(A19)CB104...

  • Page 133

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O119Y0002.0Y0002.1CB105(A16)CB105(B16)Bit No.Address No.Terminal No.DVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVY0002.2Y0002.3Y0002.4Y0002.5Y0002.6Y0002.7Y0003.0Y0003.1Y0003.2Y0003.3Y0003.4Y0003.5Y0003.6Y0003.7CB105(A17)CB105(B17)CB105(A18)CB105(B18)CB105(A19)CB105...

  • Page 134

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O120Y0004.0Y0004.1CB106(A16)CB106(B16)Bit No.Address No.Terminal No.DVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVY0004.2Y0004.3Y0004.4Y0004.5Y0004.6Y0004.7Y0005.0Y0005.1Y0005.2Y0005.3Y0005.4Y0005.5Y0005.6Y0005.7CB106(A17)CB106(B17)CB106(A18)CB106(B18)CB106(A19)CB106...

  • Page 135

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O121Y0006.0Y0006.1CB107(A16)CB107(B16)Bit No.Address No.Terminal No.DVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVY0006.2Y0006.3Y0006.4Y0006.5Y0006.6Y0006.7Y0007.0Y0007.1Y0007.2Y0007.3Y0007.4Y0007.5Y0007.6Y0007.7CB107(A17)CB107(B17)CB107(A18)CB107(B18)CB107(A19)CB107...

  • Page 136

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O122Requirementsfor DI signalsContact capacity :30 VDC 16 mA or moreLeakage current between contact points for an open circuit :1 mA or less (at 26.4 V)Voltage drop between contact points for a closed circuit :2 V or less (including the voltage drop...

  • Page 137

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O123CAUTION2 When using a dark lighting resistor as shown in the followingfigure, use a leakage–proof diode.Leakage–proof diodeDOCOM0V+24VLampDark lighting resisterDV0V

  • Page 138

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O124NOTEOutput signal driverEach of the output signal driver devices used on this I/Oboard outputs eight signals.A driver device monitors the current of each output signal.If it detects an overcurrent on an output, it turns off theoutput. Once an o...

  • Page 139

    B–63833EN/038. CONNECTING MACHINE INTERFACE I/O125DOCOMOUT#0OUT#1OUT#7OHDOCDOCDOCDCONTROLLOGICCONTROLLOGICCONTROLLOGICIN#0IN#1IN#7⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅HD : Over –heat detector circuit OCD : Over–current detector circuit

  • Page 140

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link1269 CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link

  • Page 141

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link127The FANUC I/O Link is a serial interface which connects the CNC, cellcontroller, dispersed I/O, machine operator’s panel, or Power Mate andtransfers I/O signals (bit data) at high speeds between each device. TheFANUC I/O Link regards one device a...

  • Page 142

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link128The interface connector JD1A exists on the I/O card for the Series 0i oron the main board for the Series 0i Mate.In the I/O Link there are the master station and its slave stations. As theSeries 0i/0i Mate control unit, the master is connected to s...

  • Page 143

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link129Machine operator’s panel(See Sec. 9.4.)24VDCI/O LinkI/O LinkJD1ASeries 0i Matecontrol unitI/O module for operator’s panel(DI:48 points, DO:32 points)(with M.P.G.)(See Sec. 9.5.)I/O module for operator’s panel(DI:48 points, DO:32 points)(withou...

  • Page 144

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link130The following is an example in which two operator’s panel I/O boards andone machine operator’s panel are used.DI space mapDO space mapX4Operator’s panel I/O Y0Operator’s panel I/OX5DI 48 pointsY1DO 32 points SY2X9Y3X10ReservedY4Operator’s ...

  • Page 145

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link131I/O Link β servo(Up to 7 units)(See Sec.9.6.)Series 0icontrol unitI/O Link24VDCI/O LinkJD1AOthe units that have anI/O Link interfaceMachine operator’s panel(See Sec.9.4.)24VDC

  • Page 146

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link132DI space mapDO space mapX0Built–in I/OY0Built–in I/OX1DI 96 pointsY1DO 64 pointsX2Y2X3Y3X4Y4X5Y5X6Y6X7Y7X8Y8External X9Y9I/OX10Y10X11Y11X12First MPGY12X13Second MPGY13X14Third MPGY14X15DO alarm detectionY15X16External I/OY16X17Y17X18Y18X19Y19X20...

  • Page 147

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link133:SIN13SIN2SOUT46:SOUT5879 (+5V)100V11130V120V14160V151817(+5V)(+5V)1920JD1A(PCR–EV20MDT)JD1B(PCR–E20LMD)JD1BJD1A(PCR–E20LMD)Next slaveunit:SIN13SIN2SOUT46:SOUT5879 (+5V)100V11130V120V14160V151817(+5V)(+5V)1920Control unit or preceding slave un...

  • Page 148

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link134Basically, the Series 0i can be connected to any unit that has a FANUCI/O Link slave interface. For the Series 0i Mate, however, only thefollowing units can be connected. Detailed descriptions of each unit aregiven later in this section. For deta...

  • Page 149

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link135This machine operator’s panel is connected with CNC by I/O Link, whichis composed with the following 2 operator’s panels.Sub panel B1Main panel B9.4CONNECTION TO MACHINEOPERATOR’S PANEL9.4.1Overview

  • Page 150

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link136CNCI/OLink (JD1A)+24V Power+24V PowerCM68CM69JD1BJD1ACM65CM66CM67Sub panel B1CA64(IN)CA64(OUT)Machine operator’s panelMain panel BGeneral–purposeDI/DONext I/O unitCA65Power magnetic cabinetJA3MPGPendanttype MPGJA58MPGMPGNOTE1 Usually, i series C...

  • Page 151

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link137A01B01A02B02Xm+1.3A03Xm+0.7B03Xm+1.1A04+24VB04Xm+1.2A05Xm+1.0B05Xm+0.6A01EONB01EOFFA02COM1B02COM2A03*ESPB03ESPCM1A04TR1B04TR2A05TR3B05TR4A06TR5B06TR6A07TR7B07TR8A08B08A09B08A10B10320V1+24V650V4+24VCA64 (Power source)CM67 (ON/OFF, Program protect, ES...

  • Page 152

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link138JA3 (Manual pulse generator)1HA1112HB1120V3HA2134HB2140V5HA3156HB3160V717818+5V9+5V191020+5VJA58 (Pendant type manual pulse generator)1HA111Xm+1.52HB1120V3Xm+2.213Xm+1.64Xm+2.3140V5Xm+2.415Xm+1.76Xm+2.5160V7Yn+5.317Xm+2.08Xm+2.118+5V9+5V19+24V10+24V...

  • Page 153

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link139To the connector CA64 (IN), shown in the figure below, supply the powernecessary for this operator’s panel to operate and the power necessary forgeneral–purpose DI. To facilitate power branching, the powers suppliedto CA64 (IN) are output direc...

  • Page 154

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link140:SIN13SIN2SOUT46:SOUT5879(+5V)100V11130V120V14160V151817(+5V)(+5V)1920JD1A(PCR–E20MDK–SL–A)JD1B(PCR–E20MDK–SL–A)JD1BJD1ANext slaveunit:SIN13SIN2SOUT46:SOUT5879(+5V)100V11130V120V14160V151817(+5V)(+5V)1920Control unit preceding slave unit...

  • Page 155

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link141A signal generated by the emergency stop switch on the machineoperator’s panel can be sent to the power magnetic cabinet. (This signalcannot be sent to the FANUC I/O Link.)When MTB uses the Sub panel B1, wiring to the emergency stop switchis conta...

  • Page 156

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link142+24VCM68(A1),CM69(A1),JA58(10),JA58(19)Pin numberXm+0.0Xm+0.1Xm+0.2Xm+0.3Xm+0.4Xm+0.5Xm+0.6Xm+0.7Xm+1.0Xm+1.1Xm+1.2Xm+1.3Xm+1.4Xm+1.5Xm+1.6Xm+1.7Address numberBitSub panel B1Rotary switch(SA2)Memory protect (SA3)RVRV+24VCM65(A04)CM65(B05)CM65(A03)CM...

  • Page 157

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link143Xm+2.0Xm+2.1Xm+2.2Xm+2.3Xm+2.4Xm+2.5Xm+2.6Xm+2.7Xm+3.0Xm+3.1Xm+3.2Xm+3.3Xm+3.4Xm+3.5Xm+3.6Xm+3.7RVJA58(17)CM68(A03)JA58(8)CM68(B03)JA58(3)CM68(A04)JA58(4)CM68(B04)JA58(5)CM68(A05)JA58(6)CM68(B05)CM69(B01)CM69(A02)CM69(B02)CM69(A03)CM69(B03)CM69(A04)...

  • Page 158

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link144Address No.BitYn+5.3Yn+5.7Yn+6.3Yn+6.7Yn+7.3Yn+7.4Yn+7.5Yn+7.6DVDVDVDVDVDVDVRelayDOCOMJA58(7)CM68(A08)CM68(B08)CM68(A09)CM68(B09)CM69(A08)CM69(B08)CM69(A09)CM69(B09)CM68(B10),CM69(B10)CM68(A10),CM69(A10)+24V 0V +24V PowerPin numberDV0V9.4.3.7...

  • Page 159

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link145Main panel A/B/A1/B1Cable connectionTerminalManual pulse generator1HA1112HB1120V3HA2134HB2140V5HA3156HB3160V717818+5V9+5V191020+5V3456+5V0VHA1HB13456+5V0VHA1HB13456+5V0VHA1HB1JA3HA1HB1+5V0VHA2HB2+5V0VHA3HB3+5V0V129123418145620167BK7WH5RD5BK8RD8BK4RD...

  • Page 160

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link146HA1Xm+1.5HB10VXm+2.2Xm+1.6Xm+2.30VXm+2.4Xm+1.7Xm+2.50VYn+5.3Xm+2.0Xm+2.1+5V+5V+24V+24V+5VAxisSelectionMain panel A/B/A1/B1Pendant–type manualpulse generatorJA58Multipliersetting1112123134145156167178189191020NOTE1 When Xm+1.5 to Xm+2.5 of connecto...

  • Page 161

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link147ConnectorMaker SpecificationOrder specificationJD1A, JD1B,JA3, JA58(Operators panel depth=60mm min.)Stand wire press–mount typeHiroseFI30–20S (Connector)FI–20–CV7 (Case)A02B–0236–K302JD1A, JD1B,JA58(Operators panel Soldering typeHondaPC...

  • Page 162

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link148DI/DO address of Keyswitches and LED on the keyboard of Main panelB are as follows.76543210Xm+4/Yn+0B4B3B2B1A4A3A2A1Xm+5/Yn+1D4D3D2D1D4C3C2C1Xm+6/Yn+2A8A7A6A5E4E3E2E1Xm+7/Yn+3C8C7C6C5B8B7B6B5Xm+8/Yn+4E8E7E6E5D8D7D6D5Xm+9/Yn+5B11B10B9A11A10A9Xm+10/Yn...

  • Page 163

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link149Table of gray code output is as follows when the Sub panel B1 is used Rotary switch (SA1)%0124681015203040506070809095100 105 110 120Xm+0.0011001100110011001100Xm+0.1001111000011110000111Xm+0.2000011111111000000001Xm+0.3000000001111111111111Xm+0.400...

  • Page 164

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link150I/O address map is as follows.DI mapDO mapXm+0Yn+0Xm+1General–purposeDI/DOYn+1Xm+2Yn+2Xm+3Yn+3Xm+4Yn+4Xm+5Yn+5Xm+6Yn+6Xm+7Yn+7Xm+8Xm+9Xm+10Xm+11Xm+12 (1st MPG)Xm+13 (2nd MPG)MPGXm+14 (3rd MPG)Xm+15ReserveKeyboard of Main panel (Keyswitches)Keyboar...

  • Page 165

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link151Temperature Around a unitAt operation0°C to 58°CStoring or transporting–20°C to 60°CTemperature varianceMax. 1.1°C/minHumidityNormally75% or less (Relative humidity)Short time (Within one month)95% or less (Relative humidity)VibrationOperatin...

  • Page 166

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link152ItemSpecificationNoteGeneral–purpose DI points32 points24VDC type inputGeneral–purpose DO points8 points24VDC type output, non–insulatingKeyswitches of Machine operator’s panel55 keysMatrix DILEDColor : GreenAttached to all keyswitches, Matr...

  • Page 167

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link153Capacity30VDC, 16mA or moreInterconnect leakage current in closed circuit1mA or less (at 26.4V)Interconnect voltage drop in closed circuit2V or less (including the voltage drop in the cables)Delay timeReceiver delay : Max. 2msNeed to consider about ...

  • Page 168

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link154SymbolindicationMeaning of keyAUTO mode selection signal; Sets automatic operationmode.EDIT mode selection signal; Sets program edit opera-tion mode.MDI mode selection; Sets MDI mode.DNC operation mode; Sets DNC operation mode.Reference position re...

  • Page 169

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link155SymbolindicationMeaning of keyProgram restart; A program may be restart at a block byspecifying the sequence number of the block, after au-tomatic operation is stopped because of a broken toolor for holidays.Dryrun; Sets the axis feedrate to the jog...

  • Page 170

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link156Keyboard of machine operator’s panel has 55 keys. All key tops aredetachable. MTB can customize keys and make his original key layouteasily. And using transparent key top (optional), a film sheet with markingis inserted into the key.Symbolic key t...

  • Page 171

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link157The keyboard of this operator’s panel is a matrix composition. When threeor more keys are pushed, the bypass current cause unrelated key to beavailable. This malfunction can be prevented with ladder program. Oneexample is shown as follows.(Elimina...

  • Page 172

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link158(Operation of ladder program) The example of the operation of ladder program is shown about matrixDI composed of 8bits x 8commons as follows.[1] The number of datalines where the keyinput exists is examined.Logical add R1 of the data of all addresse...

  • Page 173

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link159[3] When the keyinput exists in two datalines or less, it is examinedwhether two or more keyinput exists on the same dataline.The data of all addresses is subtracted from logical add R1 andsubtraction result R2 is obtained. There are no two or more ...

  • Page 174

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link160The small machine operator’s panel is a machine operator’s panelconnected to the i series CNC with an I/O Link. The operator’s panelcontains 30 keys, an emergency stop switch, and two override rotaryswitches.CNCI/O unitI/O LinkJD1A CPD1 (IN)C...

  • Page 175

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link161SpecificationManufacturerConnector caseFI–20–CV7Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.Connector case and connectorFI30–20S–CV7Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.To the CPD1 connector, shown in the figure below, supply the powernecessary for this operator’s panel...

  • Page 176

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link162The emergency stop switch has contact A in two circuits and contact Bin two circuits. (This signal is not sent to the CNC with a FANUC I/OLink.)The machine tool builder is required to connect the switch to other DI/DOdevices.Emergency stop switch (...

  • Page 177

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link163An example in which three manual pulse generators are connected isgiven below. If this operator’s panel is used together with a unit (such asan I/O module for connection) connected to an I/O Link having anotherMPG interface, only the MPG interfac...

  • Page 178

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link164Calculate the maximum allowable length of the cable for the manual pulsegenerator, with the method described below.Manual pulse generators are supplied with 5 VDC power. The drop involtage due to cable resistance must not exceed 0.2V (on 0V and 5V ...

  • Page 179

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link165The circuit to receive the signal of the manual pulse generator is as shownin the figure below.ConnectorFilterReceiver’s internal circuit0V0VCR10K W+5V+–Manual pulse generatorPoint of change of the input signal for the receiver (threshold)3.7 V ...

  • Page 180

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link166Address numberBit numberPin numberRotary switch(SA1)+24VXm+0.0Xm+0.1Xm+0.2Xm+0.3Xm+0.4Xm+0.5Xm+1.0Xm+1.1Xm+1.2Xm+1.3Xm+1.4Xm+1.5RVRVCM65(A04)CM65(B05)CM65(A03)CM65(A05)CM65(B03)CM65(B04)CM65(B02)CM66(A04)CM66(B05)CM66(A03)CM66(A05)CM66(B03)CM66(B04)...

  • Page 181

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link167The I/O address correspondence between the key switches on the machineoperator’s panel and LEDs are as follows.543210Xm+4/Yn+0A6A5A4A3A2A1Xm+5/Yn+1B6/WithoutLEDB5/WithoutLEDB4/WithoutLEDB3B2B1Xm+6/Yn+2C6/WithoutLEDC5/WithoutLEDC4/WithoutLEDC3C2C1X...

  • Page 182

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link168Gray codes are output according to the table below.Rotary switch (SA1)%0124681015203040506070809095100 105 110 120Xm+0.0011001100110011001100Xm+0.1001111000011110000111Xm+0.2000011111111000000001Xm+0.3000000001111111111111Xm+0.4000000000000000011111...

  • Page 183

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link169The I/O address maps for the main panel are as follows.Map of the DI spaceMap for the DO spaceXm+0Yn+0Xm+1General–purpose DI(Rotary switch)Yn+1Xm+2Yn+2Xm+3Yn+3Xm+4Yn+4Xm+5Yn+5Xm+6Yn+6Xm+7Yn+7Xm+8Xm+9Xm+10Xm+11Xm+12 (1st MPG)Xm+13 (2nd MPG)MPGXm+14...

  • Page 184

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link170Panel–cut drawingWeight : 1.5kgUmit: mm9.5.7.1Outline drawing andpanel–cut drawing of thesmall machineoperator’s panel

  • Page 185

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link1719.5.7.2Layout of the key sheet(1) M series

  • Page 186

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link172(2) T series

  • Page 187

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link173Unit: mm4–f4<As viewed from the rear>Terminal for grounding (M3 screw)Fuse (1A)9.5.8Connector Layout ofthe Small MachineOperator’s Panel

  • Page 188

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link174Temperature Around a unitAt operation0°C to 55°CStoring or transporting–20°C to 60°CTemperature varianceMax. 1.1°C/minHumidityNormally75% or less (Relative humidity)Short time (Within one month)95% or less (Relative humidity)VibrationOperatin...

  • Page 189

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link175ItemCapacityRemarks24VDC "10% (from Power connectorCPD1, including momentary values) Momentary values and ripples are also included in "10%.0.4A Including all DI consumptionSymbolindicationEnglishMeaning of keyAUTOAUTO mode selection signa...

  • Page 190

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link176SymbolindicationMeaning of keyEnglishBLOCKSKIPBlock skip: Pressing this button during auto-matic operation causes the block under execu-tion to stop, skipping to the end of block (;).PRGSTOPProgram stop (output only); Turns on theLED on the button ...

  • Page 191

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link177If a customer wishes to partially modify the standard key sheet, he or shecan customize the key sheet.D The machine tool builder prints out the desired key indication on asticker prepared by the machine tool builder.D Apply the sticker on the standa...

  • Page 192

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link178ConsumablesNameOrdering specificationRemarksFuse (Operator’s panel I/O printedcircuit board)A60L–0001–0290#LM10Rated: 1AItems to be repairedNameOrdering specificationRemarksOperator’s panel I/O printed circuitboardA20B–2002–0470Keyboard ...

  • Page 193

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link179Flat cable for module connectionI/O Link cableManual pulse generator cableBasic moduleExpansion module 3Expansion module 2Expansion module 1 (with manual pulse generator)Direction to be used whenthe modules are connecteddirectly to the connectionpri...

  • Page 194

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link180CNCI/O UNITJD1BI/O LinkJD1A(JD44A)CA52CB150CA52CB150CA53CA52CB154CA53CA52CB157CA53JD1BJD1AJA3Basic module+24 V power supplyMachine side DI/DOConnector panelExpansion module(with MPG (Note))Expansion module 2Expansion module 3MPGMPGMPGDI/DOmodule2A o...

  • Page 195

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link181NOTE1 Ensure that the expansion module with the MPG interface is located nearest to the basicmodule, as shown in the figure. The MPG can be connected to the connector panel I/O moduleonly when the i series CNC is used.2 The connection diagram above ...

  • Page 196

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link182Ambient temperaturefor the unitOperation: 0°C to 55°CStorage and transportation: –20°C to 60°CTemperature change 1.1°C/minute maximumHumidityNormal condition: 75% (relative humidity)Short term (within one month): 95% (relative humidity)Vibr...

  • Page 197

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link183This section describes the DI/DO connector pin allocation of the basicmodule and expansion modules A and B.333435363738394041424344454647484950DOCOMDOCOM010V0V02DICOM0+24V03Xm+2.0Xm+2.104Xm+2.2Xm+2.305Xm+2.4Xm+2.506Xm+2.6Xm+2.70708091011Yn+1.0Yn+1.1...

  • Page 198

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link184This section describes the DI (input signal) connections of the basicmodule and expansion modules A and B.d A maximum of 96 points are provided (24 points per module; 1 basic module + 3 expansion modules).+24VCB150(18)CB150(50)CB150(42)CB150(43)CB15...

  • Page 199

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link185RV+24VCB150(18)CB150(50)CB150(10)CB150(11)CB150(12)CB150(13)CB150(14)CB150(15)CB150(16)CB150(17)Xm+2.0Xm+2.1Xm+2.2Xm+2.3Xm+2.4Xm+2.5Xm+2.6Xm+2.7Address numberBit numberCB150 (19),(20),(21)(22),(23)+24 V stabilized power supply+24V0VRVRVRVRVRVRVRVPin...

  • Page 200

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link186This section describes the DO (output signal) connections of the basicmodule and expansion modules A and B.d A maximum of 64 points are provided (16 points per module; 1 basicmodule + 3 expansion modules).DOCOMCB150(01),(33)CB150(34)CB150(35)CB150(3...

  • Page 201

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link187This section describes the specifications of the DI/DO signals used withthe basic module and expansion modules A and B.DI (input signal specifications)Number of points24 points (per module)Contact rating30 VDC, 16 mA or moreLeakage current betweenco...

  • Page 202

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link188NOTEWhen DO is on in the sequence, the ON/OFF state ofDOCOM is directly reflected in the DO state as indicatedabove by the dashed box. The +24 V signal to be suppliedto the I/O module must not be turned off during operation.Otherwise, a CNC communi...

  • Page 203

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link189This section describes the 2A output connector pin allocation ofexpansion module C.01GNDA02030405060708091011Yn+1.0Yn+1.112Yn+1.2Yn+1.313Yn+1.4Yn+1.514Yn+1.6Yn+1.71516171819202122232425262728293031323334DOCOMA35363738DOCOMA3940414243Yn+0.0Yn+0.144Yn...

  • Page 204

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link190This section describes the 2A output connector connections of expansionmodule C.Address numberBit numberSolenoid,etc.24VDCDV0VV+0V9.6.92A DO (Output Signal)Connection

  • Page 205

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link191This section describes the specifications of the 2A output DO signals usedwith expansion module C.DO (output signal specifications)Number of points32 points (per module)Maximum load currentwhen ON2 A or less per point.12 A maximum for the entire mod...

  • Page 206

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link192This section describes the analog input connector pin allocation ofexpansion module D.010203JMP20405060708091011COM1FDND112INP1JMP113INM2COM214FGND2INP21516171819202122232425INM126272829303132333435JMP43637383940414243COM3FGND344INP3JMP345INM4COM446...

  • Page 207

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link193This section provides a diagram of the analog input connectorconnections of expansion module D.Analog input moduleAnalog input modulePin numberPin numberNot connectedFor voltage inputVoltagesource(Common to all channels)(Common to all channels)For c...

  • Page 208

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link194NOTE1 In the diagram above, n represents each channel (n = 1, 2,3, 4).2 Current input or voltage input can be selected on achannel–by–channel basis. For current input, connectJMPn to INPn.3 For the connection, use a shielded twisted pair.4 In t...

  • Page 209

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link195This section describes the specifications of the analog input signals usedwith expansion module D.ItemSpecificationsRemarksNumber of inputchannels (Note)Four channelsAnalog inputDC –10 to +10 V (Input resistance: 4.7 MΩ)DC –20 to +20 mA (Inpu...

  • Page 210

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link196(Digital output)This digital input module has four input channels. The digital outputsection consists of a group of 12 bits within the three–byte occupied inputpoints. The output format is indicated below.7D07Xm (even–numbered address)06D0605D...

  • Page 211

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link1977UndefinedXm+3 (odd–numbered address)D076D065D054D043D032D021D010D00Xm+4 (even–numbered address)Address in the module00CHBCHAD11D10D09D08Xm+5 (odd–numbered address)D When the analog input module is allocated in the space for expansionmodule 2 ...

  • Page 212

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link198An example in which three manual pulse generators are connected toexpansion module A is shown below. The manual pulse generator can beconnected only for the i series CNC.18+5V171030V0V+5V131416151920HA2HA3HB2HB3+5V465879HB10V1112HA112JA3 (PCR–E20...

  • Page 213

    0.2 u+0.1 R 2LmL t+mRL t+30.0394+ 76.75[m]B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link199(These cables do not include the wire shown in the above figure.)NOTEThe number of connectable manual pulse generatorsdepends on the type and option configuration.Like a pulse coder, the manual pulse generat...

  • Page 214

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link200Modules can be connected in the same way, regardless of whether you areconnecting the basic module to an expansion module or connecting twoexpansion modules. Connect the modules by using 34–pin flat cableconnectors as shown in the figure below. ...

  • Page 215

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link201When connecting a connector panel printed circuit board directly(external module view and mounting diagram)Dimensions of connector panel printed circuit board ±0.2Board thickness 1.6 mmSquare holeNo. 1pinI/O interfaceSquareholeI/O LinkinterfaceMPG ...

  • Page 216

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link202When connecting a connector panel printed circuit board directly(mounting and dismounting a module)Mounting the module1. Insert the hook of the module into the square hole located at the upper part of the connector panelprinted circuit board.2. Usin...

  • Page 217

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link203When mounting a DIN rail (external module view and mounting diagram)Mount the DIN rail here.I/O interfaceI/O Link interfaceMPG interface (for expansion module)NoteNOTERecommended connector: A02B–0098–K891 (including the following connector and ...

  • Page 218

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link204When mounting a DIN rail (mounting and dismounting a module)HookDIN railSlotted screwdriverMounting the module1. Hook the module at the upper end of the DIN rail.2. Push the stopper into the slit located at the lowerend of the rail until it clicks i...

  • Page 219

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link205When mounting a module using screws (external module view andmounting diagram)ScrewholesI/O interfaceI/O Link interfaceMPG interface (for expansion module)NoteJD1AJD1BNOTERecommended connector: A02B–0098–K891 (including the following connector ...

  • Page 220

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link206If a system alarm occurs in a CNC using the connector panel I/O module,or if I/O Link communication between the CNC and connector panel I/Omodule fails, all the DO signals of the I/O module are turned off.Therefore, due care must be taken when setti...

  • Page 221

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link207Fixed addresses directly supervised by the CNC (for FS21i/210i)76543210X0004SKIPESKIPSKIP6–MIT2SKIP5+MIT2SKIP4–MIT1SKIP3+MIT1SKIP2ZAESKIP8XAESKIP7SKIPESKIPSKIP6SKIP5SKIP4SKIP3ZAESKIP2YAESKIP8XAESKIP7X0005X0006X0007X0008*ESPX0009*DEC4*DEC3*DEC2*D...

  • Page 222

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link208The DO driver of the Basic and Expansion module A/B is capable ofdetecting an overcurrent and measuring its own temperature. If anaccident, such as the connecting of the cable to ground, causes anabnormal increase in the load current or in the driv...

  • Page 223

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link209By changing the setting (rotary switch) for the expansion modules,connections can be made by omitting some expansion modules as shownbelow.Basic moduleExpansion module 1Expansion module 2Expansion module 3Basic moduleExpansion module 1Expansion modu...

  • Page 224

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link210The function of the rotary switch is as follows:SettingpositionActual indicationMeaning of setting00This is the standard setting. The rotary switch isfactory–set to this position. This setting is usedwhen no expansion module is omitted.1–Set t...

  • Page 225

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link211Examples of settingBasic moduleExpansion module 1Expansion module 2Expansion module 3Basic moduleExpansion module 1Expansion module 2Expansion module 3Basic moduleExpansion module 1Expansion module 2Expansion module 3(When expansion module 1 is omit...

  • Page 226

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link212CNCI/O UNITJD1BI/O LinkJD1A(JD44A)MPGJA3CPD1(IN)CE53CE54CPD1(OUT)MPGMPGJD1BJD1A+24 V power supply+24 V power supplyMachine operator’s panelNOTEThe MPG can be connected to this operator’s panel I/O module only when the i series CNCis used. When ...

  • Page 227

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link213Connectors that cannot be used on the cable sideSpecificationManufacturerConnectorFI–20–CV7Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.Connector case and connector FI30–20S–CV7Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.Provide the CPD1 (IN) connector, shown below, with the powe...

  • Page 228

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link214010V0VCE5302N.C.+24V03Xm+0.0Xm+0.104Xm+0.2Xm+0.305Xm+0.4Xm+0.506Xm+0.6Xm+0.707Yn+0.0Yn+0.108Yn+0.2Yn+0.309Yn+0.4Yn+0.510Yn+0.6Yn+0.711Yn+1.0Yn+1.112Yn+1.2Yn+1.313Yn+1.4Yn+1.514Yn+1.6Yn+1.715Yn+2.0Yn+2.116Yn+2.2Yn+2.317Yn+2.4Yn+2.518Yn+2.6Yn+2.719KYD...

  • Page 229

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link215+24VCE53(B02)CE54(B02)CE53(A03)CE53(B03)CE53(A04)CE53(B04)CE53(A05)CE53(B05)CE53(A06)CE53(B06)COM1Xm+0.0Xm+0.1Xm+0.2Xm+0.3Xm+0.4Xm+0.5Xm+0.6Xm+0.7Xm+1.0Xm+1.7Xm+1.6Xm+1.5Xm+1.4Xm+1.3Xm+1.2Xm+1.1CE54(B06)CE53(A01),(B01),CE54(A01),(B01)CE54(A03)CE54(B...

  • Page 230

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link216NOTE1 Xm+1.0 through Xm+1.7 are DI pins for which a commonvoltage can be selected. That is, by connecting the COM1CE54(A02) pin to the +24 V power supply, a DI signal canbe input with its logical state reversed. If, however, a cableis connected to...

  • Page 231

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link217d A maximum of 56 points are provided.Xn+10.0Xn+10.1Xn+10.2Xn+10.3Xn+10.4Xn+10.5Xn+10.6Xn+10.7Xn+9.0Xn+9.1Xn+9.2Xn+9.3Xn+9.4Xn+9.5Xn+9.6Xn+9.7Xn+8.0Xn+8.1Xn+8.2Xn+8.3Xn+8.4Xn+8.5Xn+8.6Xn+8.7Xn+7.0Xn+7.1Xn+7.2Xn+7.3Xn+7.4Xn+7.5Xn+7.6Xn+7.7Xn+6.0Xn+6....

  • Page 232

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link218d A maximum of 56 points are provided.DOCOMCE53(A25,B25)CE54(A25,B24,B25)CE53(A07)CE53(B07)CE53(A08)CE53(B08)CE53(A09)CE53(B09)CE53(A10)Yn+0.0CE53(A11)CE53(B11)CE53(A12)CE53(B12)CE53(A13)CE53(B13)CE53(A14)+24V0VYn+0.1Yn+0.2Yn+0.3Yn+0.4Yn+0.5Yn+0.6Yn...

  • Page 233

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link219DOCOMCE53(A25,B25)CE54(A25,B24,B25)CE53(A15)CE53(B15)CE53(A16)CE53(B16)CE53(A17)CE53(B17)CE53(A18)Yn+2.0CE54(A07)CE54(B07)CE54(A08)CE54(B08)CE54(A09)CE54(B09)CE54(A10)+24V0VYn+2.1Yn+2.2Yn+2.3Yn+2.4Yn+2.5Yn+2.6Yn+2.7Yn+3.0Yn+3.1Yn+3.2Yn+3.3Yn+3.4Yn+3...

  • Page 234

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link220DOCOMCE53(A25,B25)CE54(A25,B24,B25)CE54(A11)CE54(B11)CE54(A12)CE54(B12)CE54(A13)CE54(B13)CE54(A14)Yn+4.0CE54(A15)CE54(B15)CE54(A16)CE54(B16)CE54(A17)CE54(B17)CE54(A18)+24V0VYn+4.1Yn+4.2Yn+4.3Yn+4.4Yn+4.5Yn+4.6Yn+4.7Yn+5.0Yn+5.1Yn+5.2Yn+5.3Yn+5.4Yn+5...

  • Page 235

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link221DOCOMCE53(A25,B25)CE54(A25,B24,B25)CE54(A19)CE54(B19)CE54(A20)CE54(B20)CE54(A21)CE54(B21)CE54(A22)Yn+6.0+24V0VYn+6.1Yn+6.2Yn+6.3Yn+6.4Yn+6.5Yn+6.6Yn+6.7CE54(B22)CE53(A01,B01)CE54(A01,B01)+24 V stabilized power supplyRelayPin numberAddress numberBit ...

  • Page 236

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link222NoteNote) Lead wires and other components are mounted on the rearface of the printed circuit board. Ensure that printed circuitboards are spaced 5 mm or more from one another to preventinterference.24 V power supply connectionManual pulse generator...

  • Page 237

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link223Installation specificationsAmbient temperatureDuring operation0°C to 58°CDuring storage and transportation–20°C to 60°CTemperature changeMax. 1.1°C/min.Relative humidityNormal:75% or lessShort term (1 month or less) :95% or lessVibrationDuri...

  • Page 238

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link224Power supply ratingModuleSupply voltageCurrent ratingRemarksOperator’s panelI/O module24 VDC "10% suppliedfrom the power supplyconnector CPD1. The allowance of "10% should include instantaneous voltage and ripple voltage.0.35AThe total ...

  • Page 239

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link225DO (output signal) specificationsMaximum load current in ON state 200 mA or less (including momentary current)Saturation voltage in ON stateMax. 1 V (when load current is 200 mA)Withstand voltage24 V +20% or less (including momentary values)Leakage ...

  • Page 240

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link226If a system alarm occurs in the CNC using the operator’s panel I/Omodule, or if I/O Link communication between the CNC and operator’spanel I/O module fails, all the DO signals of the I/O module are turnedoff. Therefore, sufficient care is neces...

  • Page 241

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link227Fixed addresses directly supervised by the CNC (for FS21i/210i)76543210SKIPESKIP–MIT2+MIT2–MIT1+MIT1ZAEXAEX0004SKIP6SKIP5SKIP4SKIP3SKIP2SKIP8SKIP7SKIPESKIPSKIP5SKIP4SKIP3ZAEYAEXAESKIP6SKIP2SKIP8SKIP7X0005X0006X0007X0008*ESPX0009*DEC4*DEC3*DEC2*D...

  • Page 242

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link228NOTEWhen the DO signal is in the ON state in the sequence, theON or OFF state of the DOCOM pin determines the state ofthe signal, as indicated by the dotted lines in the abovefigure. Do not turn off the +24 V supply, provided by theCPD1 to the I/O ...

  • Page 243

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link229The DO driver of the I/O module is capable of detecting an overcurrentand measuring its own temperature. If an accident, such as connecting thecable to ground, causes an abnormal increase in the load current or in thedriver temperature, a protectio...

  • Page 244

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link230The difference between the operator’s panel I/O module and the powermagnetics cabinet I/O module lies in whether an interface to a manualpulse generator is provided. The power magnetics cabinet does notprovide an interface to a manual pulse gener...

  • Page 245

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link231NOTEThe MPG can be connected to this operator’s panel I/Omodule only when the i series CNC is used. When theoperator ’s panel I/O module is used together with a unit(connector panel I/O module) connected to the I/O Linksupporting another MPG in...

  • Page 246

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link232Provide the CPD1 (IN) connector, shown below, with the powernecessary for the printed circuit board operation and that for DI operation.To facilitate power division, the power is output to CPD1 (OUT) exactlyas it is input from CPD1 (IN). When power...

  • Page 247

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link233010V+24V02Xm+0.0Xm+0.103Xm+0.2Xm+0.304Xm+0.4Xm+0.505Xm+0.6Xm+0.706Xm+1.0Xm+1.107Xm+1.2Xm+1.308Xm+1.4Xm+1.509Xm+1.6Xm+1.710Xm+2.0Xm+2.111Xm+2.2Xm+2.312Xm+2.4Xm+2.513Xm+2.6Xm+2.714DICOM01516Yn+0.0Yn+0.117Yn+0.2Yn+0.318Yn+0.4Yn+0.519Yn+0.6Yn+0.720Yn+1....

  • Page 248

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link234+24VCE56(B01)CE57(B01)CE56(A02)CE56(B02)CE56(A03)CE56(B03)CE56(A04)CE56(B04)CE56(A05)CE56(B05)DICOM0Xm+0.0Xm+0.1Xm+0.2Xm+0.3Xm+0.4Xm+0.5Xm+0.6Xm+0.7Xm+1.0Xm+1.7Xm+1.6Xm+1.5Xm+1.4Xm+1.3Xm+1.2Xm+1.1CE56(B09)CE56(A01)CE57(A01)CE56(A06)CE56(B06)CE56(A07...

  • Page 249

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link235+24VCE56(B01)CE57(B01)CE56(A10)CE56(B10)CE56(A11)CE56(B11)CE56(A12)CE56(B12)CE56(A13)CE56(B13)Xm+2.0Xm+2.1Xm+2.2Xm+2.3Xm+2.4Xm+2.5Xm+2.6Xm+2.7Xm+3.0Xm+3.7Xm+3.6Xm+3.5Xm+3.4Xm+3.3Xm+3.2Xm+3.1CE57(B05)CE57(A02)CE57(B02)CE57(A03)CE57(B03)CE57(A04)CE57(...

  • Page 250

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link236+24VCE56(B01)CE57(B01)CE57(A06)CE57(B06)CE57(A07)CE57(B07)CE57(A08)CE57(B08)CE57(A09)CE57(B09)DICOM5Xm+4.0Xm+4.1Xm+4.2Xm+4.3Xm+4.4Xm+4.5Xm+4.6Xm+4.7Xm+5.0Xm+5.7Xm+5.6Xm+5.5Xm+5.4Xm+5.3Xm+5.2Xm+5.1CE57(B13)CE56(A01)CE57(A01)CE57(A10)CE57(B10)CE57(A11...

  • Page 251

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link237NOTE1 Xm+0.0 through Xm+0.7 and Xm+5.0 through Xm+5.7 areDI pins for which a common voltage can be selected. Thatis, by connecting the DICOM0 CE56(A14) or DICOM5CE57(B14) pin to the +24 V power supply, a DI signal canbe input with its logical state...

  • Page 252

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link238Address numberBit numberDOCOMCE56(A24,B24,A25,B25)CE57(A24,B24,A25,B25)CE56(A16)CE56(B16)CE56(A17)CE56(B17)CE56(A18)CE56(B18)CE56(A19)Yn+0.0CE56(A20)CE56(B20)CE56(A21)CE56(B21)CE56(A22)CE56(B22)CE56(A23)+24V0VYn+0.1Yn+0.2Yn+0.3Yn+0.4Yn+0.5Yn+0.6Yn+0...

  • Page 253

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link239DOCOMCE56(A24,B24,A25,B25)CE57(A24,B24,A25,B25)CE57(A16)CE57(B16)CE57(A17)CE57(B17)CE57(A18)CE57(B18)CE57(A19)Yn+2.0CE57(A20)CE57(B20)CE57(A21)CE57(B21)CE57(A22)CE57(B22)CE57(A23)+24V0VYn+2.1Yn+2.2Yn+2.3Yn+2.4Yn+2.5Yn+2.6Yn+2.7Yn+3.0Yn+3.1Yn+3.2Yn+3...

  • Page 254

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link240For details of the connection of the manual pulse generator, see Section9.6.15.NoteNote) Lead wires and other components are mounted on the rearface of the printed circuit board. Ensure that the printed circuitboards are spaced 5 mm or more from on...

  • Page 255

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link241Installation specificationsAmbient temperatureDuring operation 0° to 58°CDuring storage and transportation –20°C to 60°CTemperature changeMax. 1.1°C/min.Relative humidityNormal: 75% or lessShort term (1 month or less): 95% or lessVibrationDu...

  • Page 256

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link242Power supply ratingModuleSupply voltagePower supplyratingRemarksOperator’s panel I/O module andpowermagneticscabinet I/Omodule24 VDC ±10% is supplied from power supply connector CPD1. The tolerance of ±10% includes momentary and ripple currents...

  • Page 257

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link243If a system alarm occurs in a CNC using this 48/32–point I/O module, orif I/O Link communication between the CNC and operator’s panel I/Omodule fails, all the DO signals of the I/O module are turned off.Therefore, due care must be taken when set...

  • Page 258

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link244Fixed addresses directly supervised by the CNC (for FS21i/210i)76543210SKIPESKIP–MIT2+MIT2–MIT1+MIT1ZAEXAEX0004SKIP6SKIP5SKIP4SKIP3SKIP2SKIP8SKIP7SKIPESKIPSKIP5SKIP4SKIP3ZAEYAEXAESKIP6SKIP2SKIP8SKIP7X0005X0006X0007X0008*ESPX0009*DEC4*DEC3*DEC2*D...

  • Page 259

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link245NOTEWhen the DO signal is in the ON state in the sequence, theON or OFF state of the DOCOM pin determines the state ofthe signal, as shown within dotted lines in the above figure.Do not turn off the +24 V supply provided by the CPD1 to theI/O module...

  • Page 260

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link246The DO driver of the I/O module is capable of detecting an overcurrentand measuring its own temperature. If an accident, such as the connectingof the cable to ground, causes an abnormal increase in the load current orin the driver temperature, a pr...

  • Page 261

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link247The operator’s panel connection unit (A16B–2202–0730, 0731), whichconnects to the control unit via the FANUC I/O Link, acts as an interfacewith the machine operator’s panel.Connectors CM51, CM52, CMB3, and CMB4, used to interface with theope...

  • Page 262

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link248Most input signals for the source output type connection unit support asink type non–isolated interface. For some input signals, however, eithersink or source type can be selected. (European safety standards demandthe use of sink types.)The mach...

  • Page 263

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link2495 to 22ms5 to 22msLogical 0(18 V orhigher)Logical 1(6V orlower)DC input signal OFF (High) ON (Low)(Signal)Chattering of 5ms or less is ig-nored.Receiver outputsignal(Signal)Fig. 9.9.1 (b) Signal width and delay of input signalIn the above figure,...

  • Page 264

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link250CAUTIONA power supply which satisfies the above specificationsshall be connected to the DOCOM and 0V power supplyterminals for the output signals. The maximum current thatcan be carried by the DOCOM pin is 2.0 A. The total loadcurrent must not exc...

  • Page 265

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link251NOTEThe above red LED and alarm transfer to the CNC aresupported by PCBs of version 03B and later.If the output of a signal cannot be turned on even though the CNCdiagnostic indicates that the signal is on, that signal or another signalbeing handled...

  • Page 266

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link252CAUTIONObserve the following precautions when connecting outputsignals:Output pins shall not be connected in parallel, as shownbelow.DV+24V 0VDOCOM0VDVRelayCAUTIONWhen using a dimming resistor, connect a diode to preventleakage.DV+24V 0VDOCOMDim...

  • Page 267

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link25319DI0120DI0421DI0722DI1223DI1524DI2025DI2326DI3027DI3328DI3629DI4130DI4431DI4732DI521DI002DI033DI064DI115DI146DI177DI228DI259DI2710DI3211DI3512DI4013DI4314DI4615DI5116DI5417DI5618+24VCM5133DICMN134DI0235DI0536DI1037DI1338DI1639DI2140DI2441DI2642DI31...

  • Page 268

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link254NOTEWhen the operator’s panel connection unit having 64 DIsand 32 DOs is selected, connector CMB4 is not mounted onthe PCB.DICMN1, DICMN2: Pins used to switch the DI common. Usually,jumper these pins with 0V. (input)+24V: +24 VDC output pin. T...

  • Page 269

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link255[DO address]76543210DO07DO06DO05DO04DO03DO02DO01DO00DO17DO16DO15DO14DO13DO12DO11DO10DO27DO26DO25DO24DO23DO22DO21DO20DO37DO36DO35DO34DO33DO32DO31DO30DO47DO46DO45DO44DO43DO42DO41DO40DO57DO56DO55DO54DO53DO52DO51DO50DO67DO66DO65DO64DO63DO62DO61DO60DO77D...

  • Page 270

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link2564–f5mmCP1336mmJD1BJD1A3515550mm 10mm31.05mm46.99mm88.9mm88.9mm66.16mm7mm322mmCP6120505050CMB4CMB3CM52CM51MR20RMMR50RMMR50RMMR50RM1212431 2 3Approx.100 mm15 mm154 mm120 mm11.72mm17.78 mmCP1The following LEDs, fuses, variable resistors, and setting ...

  • Page 271

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link257The FANUC servo unit β series with I/O Link (called the β amplifier withI/O Link) is a power motion control servo unit that can be easily connectedto a CNC control unit via the FANUC I/O Link.The β amplifier with I/O Link can be connected to the ...

  • Page 272

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link258The β amplifier with I/O Link is connected to the Series 0i using the usualFANUC I/O Link connection.Control unitIOLINKJD1AJD1AI/OLINKJD1BI/OLINKI/O Link cableI/O LinkcableJD1BI/OLINKFANUC SERVO UNIT β serieswith I/O LinkConnection to β series am...

  • Page 273

    B–63833EN/039. CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link259The maximum number of β amplifiers with I/O Link that can beconnected to a control unit depends on the maximum number of FANUCI/O Link points provided by that control unit, as well as their assignments.For the Series 0i, the maximum number of FANUC...

  • Page 274

    B–63833EN/0310. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL26010 EMERGENCY STOP SIGNALUsing the emergency stop signal effectively enables the design of safemachine tools. See ”Cautions for configuring emergency stop circuit incompliance with safety standards.”The emergency stop signal is provided to bring a mac...

  • Page 275

    B–63833EN/0310. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL261+X–X+Y–Y+Z–Z+4–4Stroke end limit switchEmergencystop buttonRelaypowerRelease switchSpark killerSKSpark killerSKRelayEMGemg1emg2CNC control unit+24*ESP+24*ESPMCCOFF3MCCOFF4αi series servo amplifier(PSM)SVMSPML1 L2L3External power sourceL1L23φ200V...

  • Page 276

    B–63833EN/0310. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL262To configure an emergency stop circuit in compliance with JIS safetystandards(*), observe the following cautions. Compliance with these JISsafety standards is a prerequisite for complying with the EC MachineInstructions.The method for shutting off the mo...

  • Page 277

    B–63833EN/0311. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)26311 HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)

  • Page 278

    B–63833EN/0311. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)264The high–speed serial bus (HSSB) enables the high–speed transfer oflarge amounts of data between a commercially available IBM PC orcompatible personal computer and a CNC, by connecting them via ahigh–speed optical fiber.On the CNC, the HSSB...

  • Page 279

    B–63833EN/0311. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)265The use of the HSSB requires an IBM PC/AT compatible computer orFANUC intelligent terminal. The machine tool builder or end user isrequired to procure and maintain the personal computer.To enable the use of the HSSB, Windows 95/Windows NT4.0 mus...

  • Page 280

    B–63833EN/0311. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)266PC/AT compatible personal computerPersonal computer interface cardSeries 0icontrol unitHigh–speedserial busCOP7Insert the HSSB boardinto the mini slot.Order specification for each boardOrder specificationPCB drawing No.Interface board for CNCA0...

  • Page 281

    B–63833EN/0311. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)267CAUTION1 FANUC requires the customer to buy and maintain thepersonal computer itself.2 FANUC is not responsible for the proper working about thepersonal computer itself and any troubles caused by usingthe personal computer.(1) Specification of Pe...

  • Page 282

    B–63833EN/0311. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)268(1) Personal computer interface boardsThe same environmental conditions as those for the installation of thepersonal computer must be satisfied.(2) CNC interface boardThe same environmental conditions as those for the installation of theCNC must ...

  • Page 283

    B–63833EN/0311. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)269WARNINGBefore starting to mount or remove a personal computerinterface board, switch off the personal computer and itsperipheral devices, and disconnect their power supplycables. Otherwise, there is a serious danger of electricshock.(1) Mounting...

  • Page 284

    B–63833EN/0311. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)270Using the rotary switch on the interface board in the personal computer,set the base address of the I/O space for use by this HSSB board.1. Setting of I/O Base Address in Case of Interface Board new Type 2 ForPersonal computer (A20B–8001–0580...

  • Page 285

    B–63833EN/0311. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)271D In case of PCI typeIn case that two or more same PCI type boards are mounted toPCI slots, some devices of same boards are registered to DeviceManager as “HSSB Type 2 PCI 1(2) channel” in item of“FANUC Open CNC”.The upper device register...

  • Page 286

    B–63833EN/0311. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)272D In case of PCI typeSelect “Use PCI” at I/O port address. Then input CNC type andits name connected to the channel.The node which is selected as “Use PCI” is allotted in order toPCI type board which inserted in lower PCI slot number, asf...

  • Page 287

    B–63833EN/0311. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)273CNC interface cardOptical fiber cablePersonal computerinterface cardCOP7COP7(COP7A, COP7B)Usable Optical Fiber Cable (The FSSB optical fiber cable to be usedoutside of the cabinet.)A66L–6001–0026#L1R003 : Cable Length = 1 mA66L–6001–0026...

  • Page 288

    B–63833EN/0312. FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE27412 FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE

  • Page 289

    B–63833EN/0312. FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE275FANUC DNC2 is a communication protocol that provides an RS–232–Cinterface between the CNC and a personal computer (PC). This interfaceenables the CNC and PC to exchange data with each other. The hardwareused to connect the CNC and PC is the same as t...

  • Page 290

    B–63833EN/0312. FANUC DNC2 INTERFACE276SDRDSDRDRSCSRSERDRCDSG1RD20V3DR40V11SD120V13ER140V5CS60V7CD80V15RS160V1718919JD28A(PCR–E20LMDETZ–SL)10201FG2SD3RD4RS5CS6DR7SG8CD91011121314151617181920ER2122232425DBM–25SFGCSERDRCDSGFGCNC OPTION boardHost computer (Example)Conceptional diagram of sig...

  • Page 291

    B–63833EN/0313. CONNECTION TO OTHER NETWORKS27713 CONNECTION TO OTHER NETWORKSThe Series 0i can be connected to the following networks. For anexplanation of how to make the connection, refer to the manuals listedbelow:Manual titleManual codeFANUC Data Server Operator’s ManualB–62694ENFANUC...

  • Page 292

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS27814 CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS

  • Page 293

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS279The CNC display unit with PC functions is on an IBM PC compatiblepanel computer. Connecting the CNC display unit with PC functions toan Series 0i system via a high–speed optical fiber (high–speed serial bus)provides the system with perso...

  • Page 294

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS280Connection with the CNC display unit with PC functionsÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅ...

  • Page 295

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS28114.4GENERALCONNECTIONDIAGRAMS14.4.1CNC Display Unit withPC Functions HavingNeither Soft Keys nor aTouch Panel

  • Page 296

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS282*1 These devices can be used only during application development. These cannot be installed in the control unit.*2 A 3.5”HDD unit with a FAN unit must be mounted on the backside of a FA Full Keyboard.ÔÔÔÔÔÔÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕŸŸŸŸ...

  • Page 297

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS283ÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔ!!!!!!!!""""!!!!!!!!""""####$$$$%%%%&&&&’’’’ÔÔ(())ŽŸŸŸŸŸŸ*1 These devices can be used only during application development. These cannot be installed in t...

  • Page 298

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS284ÔÔÔÔÔÔ(((((((((())))(((())****++,,-!!’’ÔÔ’’..%##ŸŸŸŸCNC ControlPOWER SUPPLYHSSB I/F BOARD HSSB(COP7)THE OTHER PCB MDI(JA2): Optical link Module & Cable: AMP(Dynamic): AMP(mini–DIN6pins): HONDA TSUSHIN (PCR 20pins): H...

  • Page 299

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS285ÔÔÔÔÔÔÔÔ!!!!!!!!!!!!""""!!!!!!!!""""##$$%%&&’’’’ŸŸŸŸŸŸÔÔÔÔ’’’’....%%%%##CNC Control UnitPOWER SUPPLYHSSB I/F BOARD HSSB(COP7)THE OTHER PCB MDI(JA2): Optical lin...

  • Page 300

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS286When CNC display unit with PC functions is used, the followingenvironmental conditions (as measured top of the CNC display unit withPC functions inside the cabinet) must be ensured for the CNC display unitwith PC functions unit installation.A...

  • Page 301

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS287Some development or maintenance options may not satisfy the abovespecifications.*3 Measure for Noise :Please measure for noise sufficiently referring to Section 3.5.(1) Input power(a) SpecificationTo use the CNC display unit with PC functions...

  • Page 302

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS288NOTEAbove power consumption is reference. If peripherals areconnected or PCI extended boards are mounted, the powerconsumption will increase. Also, please consider thecabinet design and the cooling method which is mostsuitable to the total po...

  • Page 303

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS289The following three spaces are required around the CNC display unit withPC functions.A: Space for connecting cables.Also, If you wish to exchange a battery or a fuse without removingCNC display unit with PC functions from the machine panel, t...

  • Page 304

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS290BatteryFuse//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////20//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////57X60CABCBARefer to APPENDIX about outline dimensions of the ...

  • Page 305

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS291The HDD unit is mounted on the backside of the MDI or the FAFull–Keyboard.Reserve space C in the above figure.And reserve space for connecting cables of HDD signal, HDD power,FAN power , and MDI/FA full keyboard signal too.The HDD unit itse...

  • Page 306

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS292Soft–key(Connector to sparateMDI)See 14.7.10.PCMCIACard slot(Display side)NumberConnector NameFunctionCP5+24V INPUTMain Power InputJD33232–1Serial Port 1JD46232–2Serial Port 2 +USBJD9CENTROParallel PortCOP7HSSBHSSBCD32BMOUSEMouseCD32AKE...

  • Page 307

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS293123CNC display unit with PC functionsCP5+24V0V+24 VDC inputAMP2–178288–3 (CASE)1–175218–5 (CONTACT)(1) Cable connection12+24V0V+24V0V(2) Recommended cable conductorUse a cable whose conductor is not smaller than AWG16 (1.3 mm2).NOTETh...

  • Page 308

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS29410V2DENSEL30V450V670V8:INDEX90V10:DS0110V12:DS1130V14(RES)150V16:MTR0N170V18:DIR190V20:STEP210V22:WDATA230V24:WE250V26:TRK0270V28:WPRT290V30:RDATA310V32HDSEL330V34:DSKCH10V2DENSEL30V450V670V8:INDEX90V10:MT0110V12:DS1130V14:DS0150V16:MT1170V18...

  • Page 309

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS295(1) Cable connection0VDENSEL0V(NC)0V(NC)0V*INDEX0V*MT00V*DS10V*DS00V*MT10V*DIR0V*STEP0V*WDATA0V*WE0V*TRK00V*WPRT0V*RDATA0VHDSEL0V*DSKCH0VDENSEL0V(NC)0V(NC)0V*INDEX0V*0S00V*DS10V(RES)0V*MTRON0V*DIR0V*STEP0V*WDATA0V*WE0V*TRK00V*WPRT0V*RDATA0VHD...

  • Page 310

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS296When using this unit on the machine, observe the following cautions:(1) DustBecause the CNC display unit with PC functions is not covered withpanels, except for the front door section, it must be enclosed in a sealedcabinet. While the door i...

  • Page 311

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS297HSSB interface board (CNC side)COP7Optical fiber cableCOP7CNC display unit with PC functions1) Recommended cables (optical fiber cables)A66L–6001–0026#L1R003: Cable length = 1 mA66L–6001–0026#L3R003: Cable length = 3 mA66L–6001–...

  • Page 312

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS298NOTE1 The high–speed serial bus cannot use an optical fiber cabledesigned for the FANUC I/O link, FSSB extension line, orserial spindle.2 Machine tool builders cannot cut or extend optical fibercables. Select an appropriate type from the a...

  • Page 313

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS299A02B–0236–C132#EC : FA Full Keyboard (English) for 12.1” LCD typeA08B–0082–C150#JC : FA Full Keyboard (Japanese) for 15.0” LCD typeA08B–0082–C150#EC : FA Full Keyboard (English) for 15.0” LCD typeA08B–0082–C151#JC : FA F...

  • Page 314

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS300CNC display unit with PC functionsMouse (commercial model)Alternatively, FA full keyboardMouse (commercial model)CD32B(mini DIN6)1) Recommended mouseA86L–0001–0212 Standard PS/2 mouse (commercial model):for development and maintenance use...

  • Page 315

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS3011STD011:STB2STD1120V3STD213:AFD4STD3140V5STD415:INIT6STD5160V7STD617:SLIN8STD718:ACK9PE19:ERROR10SLCT20BUSYJD9(PCR–E20MD)1:STB190V2STD200V3STD1210V4STD2220V5STD3230V7STD5250V6STD4240V8STD6260V9STD7270V10:ACK 280V11BUSY290V12PE300V13SLCT31:I...

  • Page 316

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS3028USB1–18 USB2_5V1USB1_5V41RD11 SD1FG2SD3RD4RS5CS6DR7SG8CD91011121314151617181920ER2122RI2324252USB1+33USB1–24USB1_0V11USB2_5V2USB2+3USB2–4USB2_0VJD46 (PCR–E20MD)(DBM–25S)USB port 1CNC display unit with PC functionsex.) Host Computer...

  • Page 317

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS303NOTE1 The figure shows a sample host computer interface andUSB. Design the cable to suit the interface of the actualdevice to be connected.2 The +24V pins of the interface for CNC display unit with PCfunctions shown above can be used only wit...

  • Page 318

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS304For an CNC display unit with PC functions having a touch panel, thetouch panel controller uses serial port 1. So this connector cannot be usedfor any other purpose. The touch panel controller is connected, using adedicated connector rather ...

  • Page 319

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS305NOTE1 he interface on the host computer side shown above is onlyan example. Design an interface cable according to thespecification of the host computer with which it is used.2 The +24 V lines in the interface on the CNC display unit withPC ...

  • Page 320

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS306PCMCIA card(Type I, Type II)PCMCIACard slotBack sideDoorCNC display unit with PC functionsNOTE1 Only Type I or Type II PCMCIA card is usable. The following card cannot be used.– Card–bus card– Dual mode card (Card–bus mode/PCMCIA mode...

  • Page 321

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS3071) Cable ConnectionConnect HDD Signal cable to CNH3.Connect HDD Power cable to CN2B.Connect FAN cable to CN7.Each cables are connected to HDD unit at exfactory.2) Cable Length HDD Power Cable: 50cmHDD Signal Cable: 40cmHDD FAN Cable: 65cmCNH...

  • Page 322

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS308(1) Usable boardsUp to two PCI expansion boards (shown below) can be used in CNCdisplay unit with PC functions.PCI Specification 2.1 compliant32 bits, 33 MHz, +5 VThe external dimensions of the card are shown below.Parts height of back side :...

  • Page 323

    B–63833EN/0314. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS309Vibration Proof FittingsPCI Extension BoardSlot 1Press DownScrew Point (B)Slot 2Screw Point (A)(3) Method of mounting PCI extension boardRefer to the specifications of PCI extension board for theenvironmental conditions for installation of it...

  • Page 324

  • Page 325

    APPENDIX

  • Page 326

  • Page 327

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT313A EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNITNameSpecificationFig., No.Series 0i Mate–B basic unit (1–slot)A02B–0301–B801Fig. U1Series 0i–B basic unit (2–slot)A02B–0299–B802Fig. U29″ monochrome CRT/MDI unit English display MDISymbol displ...

  • Page 328

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT314NameFig., No.SpecificationFull keyboard (for debugging purposes)A86L–0001–0210, 0211Fig. U13Mouse (for debugging purposes)A86L–0001–0212Fig. U14Floppy disk unit (for debugging purposes)A02B–0207–C008Fig. U15HSSB interface board type ...

  • Page 329

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT315MemorycardSlot 1Weight : 0.7kgThe stated weight does not include printed–circuit boards inserted in the slotsFig.U1Series 0i Mate–B basic unit (1–slot)Specification No. : A02B–0301–B801

  • Page 330

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT3161125656S=1/1S=1/1MainboardI/O board212Weight : 3.0kg172172380360107Fig.U2Series 0i–B basic unit (2–slot)Specification No. : A02B–0299–B802

  • Page 331

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT317Panel cut drawingWeight : 4.1kg220 maxAt the rear of the metal plate of the panel, the area within 8 mm of the perimeter is left unpaintedFig.U39″ monochrome CRT/MDI (small size)Specification No. : A02B–0299–C041#M, #T (English display MDI...

  • Page 332

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT318At the rear of the metal plate of the panel, the area within 8 mm of the perimeter is left unpaintedPanel cut drawingWeight : 2.2kgFig.U47.2″ STN monochrome LCD/MDI unitSpecification No. : A02B–0299–C071, C076#M, #T (English display MDI)A0...

  • Page 333

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT319Panel cut drawingWeight : 2.3kgAt the rear of the metal plate of the panel, the area within 8 mm of the perimeter is left unpaintedFig.U58.4″ LCD/MDI (small size, color)Specification No. : A02B–0299–C081#M, #T (English display MDI)A02B–0...

  • Page 334

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT320Panel cut drawingWeight : 2.1kgAt the rear of the metal plate of the panel, the areawithin 8 mm of the perimeter is left unpaintedFig.U68.4″ TFT color LCD unitSpecification No. : A02B–0299–C080

  • Page 335

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT321Panel cut drawingWeight : 2.4kgAt the rear of the metal plate of the panel, the area within 8 mm of the perimeter is left unpaintedFig.U710.4″ TFT color LCD unitSpecification No. : A02B–0299–C060

  • Page 336

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT322Panel cut drawingWeight : 0.6kgAt the rear of the metal plate of the panel, the area within 8 mm of the perimeter is left unpaintedFig.U8Stand–alone type MDI unit (small size)Specification No. : A02B–0279–C120#MA, #TA (English display MDI)...

  • Page 337

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT323At the rear of the metal plate of the panel, the area within 8 mm of the perimeter is left unpaintedPanel cut drawingWeight : 1.1kgFig.U9Stand–alone type MDI unit (full–key)Specification No. : A02B–0279–C122#MA, #TA (English display MDI)...

  • Page 338

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT3242042105522027 (From the outside of the plate)125(With PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate)60(Without PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate)Paint Masking(Mounting side of this plate is unpainted in 8mm width from the edge )Maximum PCI card defined at C...

  • Page 339

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT32557(From the outside of the plate)2702805125(With PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate)60(Without PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate)Paint Masking(Mounting side of this plate is unpainted in 8mm width from the edge )Unit : mmUpper ViewSide ViewPanel ...

  • Page 340

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT32631015515532051551555(From the outside of the plate)125(With PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate)60(Without PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate)Paint Masking(Mounting side of this plate is unpainted in 8mm width from the edge )Unit : mmUpper ViewSide...

  • Page 341

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT327Refer to Fig.U12 (d) about panel cutting.b: M5 10mm (Frame GND)Weight: 2.9 kg(Unit: mm)210.729022050.543.54014.5942.470max.24.545.555951.887.683.15469791773534b6365* The depth dimension assumes thatthe HDD unit is installed.Fig.U11 (a) Stand...

  • Page 342

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT328Refer to Fig.U12 (d) about panel cutting.b: M5 10mm (Frame GND)Weight: 2.7 kg(Unit: mm)210.72302204–f450.543.54014.5942.424.545.570max.95521.857.653.124397917718163563b* The depth dimension assumes thatthe HDD unit is installed.Fig.U11 (b) ...

  • Page 343

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT32940323052204–φ51550"40250"4029022060.66105205660aaaab a: M5 10mm b: M5 10mm (Frame GND)Weight : 3.5 kg(Unit :mm)Fig.U12 (a) FA Full Keyboard 10.4″ LCD Type Specification No. : A02B–0236–C131#JC,A02B–0236–C131#EC

  • Page 344

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT33053040322206–φ51550"40250"4034022060.6610520abaaa11054 a: M5 10mm b: M5 10mm (Frame GND)Weight : 3.7 kg(Unit :mm)Fig.U12 (b) FA Full Keyboard 12.1″ LCD Type Specification No. : A02B–0236–C132#JC,A02B–0236–C132#EC

  • Page 345

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT33159205.51685.5179155526132201550"40250"4022060.66–φ5400140b8086344-R55352–φ5Unpaint rear side(φ10) b: M5 10mm (Frame GND)Weight :3.9 kg(Unit :mm)Blank PanelHole of ConnectorPanel27Fig.U12 (c) FA Full Keyboard 15.0″ LCD Type Spe...

  • Page 346

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT332204204204210210210- FA Full Keyboard10.4" LCD Type- FA Full Keyboard12.1" LCD Type- FA Full Keyboard15.0" LCD TypeNote: Refer to each section of outline aboutpanel cutting of Basic Units andFloppyDiskette Drive.HOLEHOLEHOLE2802743...

  • Page 347

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT333Full Keyboard 101 key (A86L–0001–0210)(Unit : mm)(Unit : mm)Full Keyboard 106key (A86L–0001–0211)Note: These units can be used only during application development and maintenance ,and this is not dust proof. .Ambient temperature during o...

  • Page 348

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT3341800"190Note: This unit can be used only during application development and maintenance ,and this is not dust proof. .Ambient temperature during operation is 0_C–40_C.(Unit : mm)CapBallName Plate of UnitFig.U14 Mouse Specification No. : A...

  • Page 349

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT335104134140514015054–M364(HOLE)70FDDACRYLICWINDOW7080554–φ3.6145(Unit : mm)J2J1Mounting directionWhen using the floppy disk unit attached to the machine, mount the floppy disk unit in one of the following directions:Side ViewPanel CuttingForn...

  • Page 350

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT336–0582–0583Weight: 0.2 kgFig.U16 (a)High–speed serial bus interface board type 2 (PC) (ISA bus version)Specification No. : A20B–8001–0583 (1 CH)A20B–8001–0582 (2 CH)09600961Weight: 0.1 kgFig.U16 (b) Interface Board for Personal Co...

  • Page 351

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT337MS connector: MS3102A–20–29PFig.U17α position coderSpecification No.: A860–0309–T302 (10000 min–1 maximum)

  • Page 352

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT3388.35f80.0f55.060.050.030.0M4X8.05V0VAB11.0M3 screw terminalPULSE GENERATORFANUC LTD120.0°On thef72 circumferenceFig.U18 Manual pulse generatorSpecification No. : A860–0202–T001

  • Page 353

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT339X100X101402538.039.0100.0M3 screw terminal(1) A860–0202–T004 to T0091402538.039.0100.0(2) A860–0202–T010 to T015M3 screw terminalM3 screw terminalM3 screw terminal9090XYZ4X1X1 X10 X100XYZ 45Fig.U19 Pendant type manual pulse generator...

  • Page 354

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT340CP11JF101(JF105)JF102(JF106)JF103(JF107)JF104(JF108)JA4ACOP10BCOP10AThe connector names in parentheses are foran expansion unit. The expansion unit doesnot have connectors CP11, JA4A, COP10A,and COP10B.Fig.U20 External dimensions of separate d...

  • Page 355

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT341103FANUC40A78784–M4 counter sinkingNegative polarity indicationPositive polarity indicationPlus terminalwith 3–M3screw holesMinus terminal with 3–M3 screw holes4–f4.3 mounting holeArrow view ANote) The battery is not included.10314.192.2...

  • Page 356

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT342103513.547115708193145The battery unit is fitted with a 14–m battery cable.Mounting hole (countersink)Mounting panel hole drillingM4 tap × 4Main unitCoverFig. U22 External dimensions of external CNC battery unit

  • Page 357

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT34380513At the rear of the metal plate of the panel, the area within 8 mm of the perimeter is left unpainted12554–M32080100115Dimensions of panel cuttingFig.U23 Punch panel (wide width type)Specification No. : A02B–0120–C181 (Cable length : 1...

  • Page 358

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT344401320At the rear of the metal plate of the panel, the area within 8 mm of the perimeter is left unpainted125552–M320100115Dimensions of panel cuttingFig.U24 Punch panel (narrow width type)Specification No. : A02B–0120–C191 (Cable length :...

  • Page 359

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT345Panel cut drawingUnit = mm150Weight: 1.6kgFig.U25 Machine operator’s panel (Main panel B)Specification No. : A02B–0236–C231

  • Page 360

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT34666707060807055Earth stud(M4)Panel cut drawingUnit : mmWeight : 0.6kg552802906–φ42701401402746–M3Fig.U26 Machine operator’s panel (Sub panel A)Specification No. : A02B–0236–C232

  • Page 361

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT347Panel cut drawingEarth stud (M4)Unit = mmWeight: 0.6kgFig.U27 Machine operator’s panel (Sub panel B1)Specification No. : A02B–0236–C235

  • Page 362

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT348Panel cut drawingWeight : 1.7kgAt the rear of the metal plate of the panel, the area within 8 mm of the perimeter is left unpainted.Fig.U28 7.2″ STN monochrome LCD unitSpecification No. : A02B–0299–C070, C075

  • Page 363

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT349Panel cut drawingWeight : 0.8kgAt the rear of the metal plate of the panel, the area within 8 mm of the perimeter is left unpainted.Fig.U29 Separate type MDI unit (full–key) (for 7.2″ LCD/8.4″ LCD)Specification No. : A02B–0210–C122#MA,...

  • Page 364

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT350Panel cut drawingWeight : 1.0kgAt the rear of the metal plate of the panel, the area within 8 mm of the perimeter is left unpainted.Fig.U30 Separate type MDI unit (full–key)Specification No. : A02B–0279–C121#MA, #TA (English display MDI)A0...

  • Page 365

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT351Fig. titleSpecification No.Fig. No.PCR connector (soldering type)PCR–E20FSFig.C1 (a)FI40 connectorFI40–2015SFig.C1 (b)Connector case (HONDA PCR type)PCR–V20LA/PCR–V20LBFig.C2 (a)Connector case (HIROSE FI type)FI–20–CVFig.C2 (b)Connec...

  • Page 366

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT352HONDA1.27A17.3nn2) 1715.1B1.27Displayn2TYPE:HONDA PCR–E20FS (SOLDERING TYPE)USAGE:GENERALMATINGHOUSING:HONDA PCR–V20LA (PLASTIC)PCR–E20FSA21.65B11.43Fig.C1 (a) PCR connector (soldering type)

  • Page 367

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT35316.2511.431.2713.3519.215_5.52.21.79.21234567891011121314151617181920S123456789101214161820Section AA1.8358.54.37AA2.42.4(1)(2)(3)(4)NoteThis connector does nothave contacts for positions11,13,15,17, and 19.Tab forshieldconnectionTYPE:HIROSE FI4...

  • Page 368

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT3549.5HONDA21303711.4(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(1) (2) Case(3)Cable clamp(4)Lock bracket(5)Lock lever(6)Set screw for cable clampTYPE:HONDA PCR–V20LA (for 6 dia. cable)USAGE:GENERALFig.C2 (a) Connector case (HONDA PCR type)

  • Page 369

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT355(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)21±0.311.5±0.3TYPE:HIROSE FI–20–CVUSAGE:PULSE CODER INTERFACELINEAR SCALE INTERFACEMANUAL PULSE GENERATOR INTERFACE(1) (2) Case(3)Lock bracket(4)Lock lever(5)Cable clamp(6)Set screw for cable clamp9.5±0.230±0.337"0...

  • Page 370

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT35621303711.4(2)FC020–029.5Cable clampScrewLock leverTYPE:FUJITSU FCN–240C20–Y/S (for 5.8 dia. cable)USAGE:GENERALFig.C2 (c) Connector case (FUJITSU FCN type)

  • Page 371

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT357Fig.C2 (d) Connector case (PCR type (Hirose Electric))

  • Page 372

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT358312AMP19.2416.322.8X10.165.084.053.1123Circuit No.0.66.557.15Circuit No.TYPE:AMP1–178128–3(25.5)D–3DIMENSIONFig.C3 (a) AMP connector (1)

  • Page 373

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT359TYPE:AMP2–178128–3DIMENSION312AMP(29.7)(19.24)16.322.8Y10.165.084.053.1123Cricuit No.0.66.557.15Circuit No."0.3"0.3D–3"0.3"0.3"0.3Fig. C3 (b) AMP connector (2)

  • Page 374

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT360312AMP(22.96)16.716.322.8X7.623.814.053.1123Circuit No.0.66.557.15Circuit No.TYPE:AMP1–178288–3USAGE:POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP1A+24V INPUT3210V+24VD–3DIMENSIONFig.C3 (c) AMPconnector (3)

  • Page 375

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT361123Circuit No.0.66.557.15Circuit No.TYPE:AMP2–178288–3USAGE:POWER CP1B+24V OUTPUT3210V+24VDIMENSIONFig.C3 (d) AMP connector (4)

  • Page 376

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT362SEPARATE:AMP1–175218–2(Gold coated)AMP1–175218–5(Tin coated)REEL:AMP1–175196–2(Gold coated)AMP1–175196–5(Tin coated)WIRE:AWG 16, 18, 20(21.8)31In case of reelA–A2.92.94.25.5B–B17.8(9.3)(2.5)ABAB(f2.6)–AMP2.9(1.7)2.53.4PLA...

  • Page 377

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT363(2)(1)(3)(4)(5)A(B)(D)MR–20LMH(Plug)MR–20LFH(Jack)MR–50LMH(Plug)MR–50LFH(Jack)SpecificationSymbolA(B)C(D)Number ofterminals39.344.939.8172067.973.544.81850Symbol12345NameConnector coverCable clampScrew for cable clampPlug (MR–20, 50MH...

  • Page 378

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT364External dimensions of 50–pin connectorFig.C4 (b) Honda connector (angled–type case)

  • Page 379

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT365(2)(1)(3)2–M2AB1318.18.562.4HONDA1234567891011121314151617181920MR–20RMHMR–50RHFAB32.827.82061.456.450Symbol123NameCable clampScrew 2.6dia.×8Connector (MR–20,–50MH)Number ofterminalsFig.C4 (c) HONDA connector (male)

  • Page 380

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT366(2)(1)(3)2–M2AB1319.910.98.4HONDA8910111213123456714151617181920Symbol123NameCable clampScrew 2.6dia.×8Connector ( MR–20,– 50FH)MR–20RMHMR–50RMHAB32.827.82061.456.450Number ofterminals2.4Fig.C4 (d) HONDA connector (female)

  • Page 381

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT3672345678910111213141516171811920212223242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950HONDAMR–50MH(50–core,plug)2345678910111213141516171811920212223242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950HONDAMR–50FH(50–core, jack)12...

  • Page 382

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT36848 max.38 max.24.95.0811234567 max.Specification(Connector makernumber)Connector housing for cableContact(Crimp type)(Solder type)NameRemarksSMS6PN–5RC16M–23T3RC16M–SCT3BrownFor details on tools required for crimpterminals,contact themanuf...

  • Page 383

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT369HIF3BB–50D–2.54R68.0760.9662.2363.650Section B–B’1.271.271.271.0915.614.4C3.82.77.0:1AAA’BB’2.543.811.272.546.0A6.0D3.510.57.00.30.951.053.54.52.3AD3.66.02.33.58.5MAIN BODYPROTECTORCRAMPASS’Y DIAGRAMSection A–A’HIF3BB–34D–2...

  • Page 384

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT370+0.218±0.151320.50–0.321.6+0.302 (pitch)Fig.C7 (a) Connector (Japan Aviation Electronics)(for MDI)

  • Page 385

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT371Product nameDetailed contact diagramExcluding the crimp terminalContact positionSection A–AFig.C7 (b) Contact (Japan Aviation Electronics)(for MDI)

  • Page 386

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT372ABCFG10HJ6.1A 53.0D 7.8G 10.7B 38.3E 12.6H 1.2C 47.0F41.3J0.8AAE102–3.05fD1010.8A–A cross sectionFig.C8 (a) Punch panel connector for reader/puncher interfaceInterlock screwM2.6 P0.45 screwSmall round head screw1.2grooveSpring washer6.11.26...

  • Page 387

    B–63833EN/03A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT373Honda MR type, 50 pins, male, connection printed circuit board soldering type connectorType No.Honda Tsushin Kogyo Co., Ltd.MRH–50FDPin configuration of Honda MR connector, 50 pins, maleViewed from the connector side19Fig.C9 Honda connector

  • Page 388

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES374B 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES

  • Page 389

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES375This section explains the recommended (FANUC–approved) connectorsfor the 20–pin interface, used with the following target models, and thecorresponding cables.Model : PCR–EV20MDT produced by Honda Tsushin or 52618–2011 produced by...

  • Page 390

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES376Cable connectors consist of a connector main body and housing. Themodels listed below are available. Those connectors not marked with anasterisk are currently being mass–produced as manufacturer’s standardmodels. Those marked with...

  • Page 391

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES377Strand wire press–mount connector :With this connector, #28AWG wires arepress–connected to each pin at the same time.The cost of producing a cable/connectorassembly with this connector model is muchlower than with connectors designed...

  • Page 392

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES378Table B.4 Recommended connectors, applicable housings, and cablesConnector namereferenced in theConnectionManualFANUC–approvedconnector(manufacturer)FANUC–approvedhousing(manufacturer)Compatible cable (cable diameter)FANUC developme...

  • Page 393

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES379Connector model referenced in the Connection ManualFANUC–approved connector (manufacturer)Wire forming toolPress–mountingtoolRemarkPCR–E20FAPCR–E20FAPCS–K2AFHPT–918ALow cost(Honda Tsushin)JGPS–015–1/1–20JGPS–014MFC–...

  • Page 394

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES380Machine tool builders are required to manufacture or procure thematerials for the cable assemblies to be used with their products. FANUCrecommends the following materials as being suitable for interfaceconnectors. Individual machine to...

  • Page 395

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES381(a) SpecificationsItemUnitSpecificationsProduct No.–A66L–0001–0284#10PManufacturerHitachi Cable,Ltd.Oki Electric Cable, Co.,Ltd.SHINKO ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.Rating–60°C30V:UL278980°C30V:UL80276MaterialConductor–Strand...

  • Page 396

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES382(b) Cable structureTwisted–pairwireBinding tapeShield braidSheathWire identification table12345678109OrangeGraywhiteYellowPinkOrangeGrayWhiteYellowPinkRedFirstwireSecondwireDot markcolorBlack–––––– –– –– ––...

  • Page 397

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES383(a) SpecificationsItemUnitSpecificationsProduct No.–A66L–0001–0286Manufacturer–Oki Cable, Ltd.Hitachi Electric Cable Co., Ltd.SHINKO ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.Rating–80°C, 30VMaterialConductor,braid–shieldedwire,drain w...

  • Page 398

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES384ItemSpecificationsUnitSheathColor–BlackStandard thickness (The mini-mum thickness is at least 85%of the standard thickness.)mm1.1Outside diametermm8.5Max. 9.0(1)Standard lengthm100Packing method–BundleElectricalperformanceElectric re...

  • Page 399

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES385(c) SpecificationsItemSpecificationFANUC specification numberA66L–0001–0402A66L–0001–0403ManufacturerOki Electric Cable Co., Ltd.A–conductorB–conductorA–conductorB–conductorConductorConstitution Number of conductors/mm16/...

  • Page 400

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES386ItemSpecificationFANUC specification numberA66L–0001–0403A66L–0001–0402ManufacturerOki Electric Cable Co., Ltd.B–conductorA–conductorB–conductorA–conductorFinished Rating80_C 30Vassembly performanceStandardShall comply wi...

  • Page 401

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES387(a) List of specificationsItemUnitDescriptionSpecification–A66L–0001–0371Manufacture–Hitachi DensenNumber of Conductors–5Inside ConductorSizemm20.14ComponentsConduc-tors(PCS)/mm7/0.16Material–Tin–coated Soft Copper WireDia...

  • Page 402

    B–63833EN/03B. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES388ItemDescriptionUnitImpedanse (10MHz)Ω75"5Standard Capacitance (1MHz)nF/km56Standard Attenation (10MHz)dB/km53Estimated weightkg/km105Standard Lengthm200Package form–Bundle9 Black BKINTERPOSITIONSHEATH10 Black BK8 White WH7...

  • Page 403

    B–63833EN/03C. CONNECTION CABLE (SUPPLIED FROM US)389C CONNECTION CABLE (SUPPLIED FROM US)Maximum allowable cable length between unitsCable typeUse and conditionMaximumcable length(m)MDI cableControl unit–to–MDI unit50 mStand–alone type display unit–to–MDI unit0.5 mI/O Link cableElect...

  • Page 404

    B–63833EN/03C. CONNECTION CABLE (SUPPLIED FROM US)390PurposeDescriptionSpecificationLengthMDIsignal cableControl unit (JA2)µMDI unit(CK1)PCR–E20FA02B–0120–K8105mCRT/PDPvideo signalcableControl unit (JA1)µCRT/PDP unit(CN1)FI40–20S–CV5MR–20FHMR–20LWA02B–0120–K8195mMonochromCRT...

  • Page 405

    B–63833EN/03C. CONNECTION CABLE (SUPPLIED FROM US)391PurposeLengthSpecificationDescriptionPower supplycable forstand–alone typeLCD unitControl unit(CPD2)µStand–alone typeLCD (CP1A)AMP2–178288–3AMP1–178288–3A02B–0166–K88055 cmManual pulse generator cable (for one unit)Control un...

  • Page 406

    B–63833EN/03C. CONNECTION CABLE (SUPPLIED FROM US)392PurposeLengthSpecificationDescriptionSpindle signalcableControl unitA03B–0807–K8015m(JA7A)µSpindle amplifier (JA7B)PCR–E20FAA03B–0807–K80210mControl unit pow-er supply cableVoltage regulator(24VDC)µControl unit(CP1A)AMP1–178288...

  • Page 407

    B–63833EN/03D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE393D OPTICAL FIBER CABLEThe Series 0i/0i Mate uses optical fiber cables for the followinginterfaces. This table lists the usable combinations.InterfaceRecommended optical cableMaximum allowabletransmission distanceApplicable junc-tion adapterRemarkSerial spind...

  • Page 408

    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63833EN/03394(1) Supported optical fiber cables(a) Internal cord type cable: A66L–6001–0023#LjRjjjCable length: 0.15 to 10 mCode diameter: 2.2 mm × 2 cordsTensile strength:Optical fiber cord 7 kg per cordBetween optical fiber cord and connector 2 kgMinimum bend...

  • Page 409

    B–63833EN/03D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE395Table D.1 Standard cable lengthInternal cord type cableExternal cableA66L–6001–0023#A66L–6001–0026#SpecificationLengthSpecificationLengthL150R00.15 mL1R0031.0 mL300R00.3 mL2R0032.0 mL500R00.5 mL3R0033.0 mL1R0031.0 mL5R0035.0 mL2R0032.0 mL7R0037.0 mL...

  • Page 410

    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63833EN/033963. Procuring the cableAll the optical fiber cables mentioned above are special cable productswith optical connectors, which are designed, produced, and tested toensure the required system performance and reliability. It istechnically impossible for users to...

  • Page 411

    B–63833EN/03D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE397Electrical/optical conversion moduleLidOptical fiber cableOptical fiber cable capsFig. D.3 Protection of electrical/optical conversion module and optical fiber cable (when not in use)(2) Optical fiber cable• Make sure that the bending radius and tensile s...

  • Page 412

    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63833EN/03398pull it. Because the combined tensile strength of the two cords isonly 14 kg, however, avoid applying too great a force to the cableduring installation, regardless of whether you have taken theprotective measures.Optical connectorReinforcing coverWire with ...

  • Page 413

    B–63833EN/03D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE399Optical connectorOptical fiber cordReinforcing cover of externalcable or cord binding portion ofinternal cord type cableBending radius of 25 mm or more(Make the bending radius as large aspossible.)Cable clampBending radius of 50 mm or more (for reinforcing c...

  • Page 414

    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63833EN/034005. Optical fiber cable relayWhen used for the FANUC I/O Link application, optical fiber cablescan be connected by using an optical fiber adapter, as follows.(a) External view of an optical fiber adapter42"0.521"0.53.210.1632"0.3R1.618.2"0...

  • Page 415

    B–63833EN/03D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE4016. Optical fiber cable relay of FANUC high–speed serial busWith the FANUC high–speed serial bus, special low–loss opticalcables can be connected by using a special low–loss optical relayadapter as an optical fiber relay adapter.(a) External view of t...

  • Page 416

    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63833EN/034027. Precautions for connection with low–loss optical junction adapterD Features of and handling precautions for low–loss optical junctionadapter (A63L–0020–0004)When optical connectors for a conventional optical junctionadapter (A63L–0020–0002) ar...

  • Page 417

    B–63833EN/03D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE4038. Installing the optical fiber junction adapterThe optical fiber junction adapter should be installed within a cabinet,as a rule. If it is impossible to avoid installing it within a cabinet,protect the adapter and the optical cable portions (such as connec...

  • Page 418

    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63833EN/03404D Cleaning optical cablesFor the optical cables, it is important to clean the connectors at theirends. Any soiling on the optical fiber end surfaces will hamperoptical transmission, resulting in a malfunction. Wipe the opticalfiber end surfaces (that is, t...

  • Page 419

    B–63833EN/03E. ATTACHING A CRT PROTECTIVE COVER405E ATTACHING A CRT PROTECTIVE COVERTo satisfy the requirements for CE marking (machine directive), it isnecessary to attach a CRT protective cover to the 9″ monochrome CRTdisplay unit. The CRT display unit is already provided with a protective...

  • Page 420

    B–63833EN/03E. ATTACHING A CRT PROTECTIVE COVER406To be inserted under themetal plate Bottom coverTo be inserted under themetal plateSide coverTo be inserted beside themetal plateAttaching a bottom cover (viewed from below)Attaching a side cover (viewed from the side)CRT protective cover

  • Page 421

    B–63833EN/03F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE407F MEMORY CARD INTERFACEData I/O internal to the CNC can be performed for maintenance throughthe memory card interface in the control unit. This appendix F describesthe memory card interface for data input/output.1.OverviewThe flash ATA card incorporates a...

  • Page 422

    B–63833EN/03F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE4083.Flash ATA cards whose normal operation has been confirmedThe following table shows that the ATA Flash cards which areconfirmed to be worked on the Series 0i/0i Mate(note 1) by FANUC.(for June, 2003)The marks on the table mean bellow.Available:The card co...

  • Page 423

    B–63833EN/03F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE409Table F(b) Compact flash card listPurposeVendorSpecificationCapacityFor DataInput/OutputFor DataServerRemarksSDCFB–64–80164MB—SDCFB–128–801128MBNote 2SDCFB–256–801256MBSanDiskSDCFB–384–801384MBSDCFB–512–801512MBSDCFB–32–10132MB...

  • Page 424

  • Page 425

    IndexB–63833EN/03i–1[Numbers]20–pin Interface Connectors and Cables, 3742A DO (Output Signal) Connection, 1902A Output Connector Pin Allocation, 1892A Output DO Signal Specifications, 1919I CRT Display Unit Interface, 52[A]Action Against Noise, 16Address Assignment by Ladder, 259Analog Inpu...

  • Page 426

    IndexB–63833EN/03i–2Connections, 137Connector (on the cable side) specifications, 147Connector Layout Diagram, 30, 292Connector Layout of the Small Machine Operator’sPanel, 173Connector Locations, 103Connector Locations of Main Panel B, 150Connector Pin Arrangement, 111Connector Pin Layout ...

  • Page 427

    B–63833EN/03Indexi–3Installation Environment, 268Installation Environmental Conditions, 286Installation Method, 308Installation Space, 289Installing the Control Unit, 27Interface to the Servo Amplifiers, 90[K]Key Symbol Indication on Machine Operator’s Panel,154, 175Keyboard of main panel, ...

  • Page 428

    IndexB–63833EN/03i–4[S]Separate Detector Interface, 91Separate Detector Interface Unit Specification, 93Separating Signal Lines, 16Serial Port 1, 304Serial Port 2 + USB, 302Serial Spindle, 84Servo Interface, 88Shutdown, 288Soft Keys, 305Specifications, 151, 174, 223, 241, 286Spindle Connectio...

  • Page 429

    Revision RecordFANUCSeries0i-MODELB/0iMate-MODELBCONNECTIONMANUAL (HARDWARE) (B–63833EN)03Nov., 2003DAddition of functions (such as small operator’s panel)DCorrection of errors02Aug., 2002DDeletion of Series 0i Mate–MODEL ADAddition of Series 0i Mate–MODEL B01July, 2002EditionDateContents...

  • Page 430

  • Page 431

    TECHNICAL REPORT NO. TMN 04/078E Date :Aug .27, 2004 General Manager of CNC Laboratory FANUC Series 0i/0i Mate-MODEL B The correction of CONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE) 1. Communicate this report to: Your information only GE Fanuc-N, GE Fanuc-E FANUC Robotics MILAC...

  • Page 432

    B-63833EN/03-3 TitleDrawNo. Ed. Date Design Description Date Design. Apprv. 1/3 page FANUC Series 0i/0i Mate-MODEL B The correction of CONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE) 1. Type of applied technical documents Name FANUC Series 0i-MODEL B/0i Mate-MODEL B CO...

  • Page 433

    B-63833EN/03-3 TitleDrawNo. Ed. Date Design Description Date Design. Apprv. 2/3 page Appendix B. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTOR AND CABLES Because the housing: Honda PCS-E20LA cannot be used for Series 0i/0i Mate-B, we delete this housing from Fig.B.3.

  • Page 434

    B-63833EN/03-3 TitleDrawNo. Ed. Date Design Description Date Design. Apprv. 3/3 page Because the housing: Honda PCS-E20LA cannot be used for Series 0i/0i Mate-B, we delete this housing from Table.B.4.

  • Page 435

    TECHNICAL REPORT (MANUAL) NO.TMN 05 /050E Date: 15 Jun, 2005 General Manager of CNC Laboratory Explanation Addition in FANUC Series 0i/0i Mate-MODEL B CONNECTION MANUAL (Hardware) (B-63833EN/03) 1. Communicate this report to: Your information GE Fanuc-N, GE Fanuc-E FANUC Robotics CINCIN...

  • Page 436

    Edit. DATE Design Description DRAW. NO. B-63833EN/03-04 CUST. 01 05/06/10 New issue sakamotoTITLE Explanation Addition in FANUC Series 0i/0i Mate -MODEL B CONNECTION MANUAL (Hardware) (B-63833EN/03) SHEET 1 / 2 Explanation Addition in FANUC Series 0i/0i Mate-MODEL B CONNECTION MANUAL...

  • Page 437

    Edit. DATE Design Description DRAW. NO. B-63833EN/03-04 CUST. TITLE SHEET 2 / 2 D OPTICAL FIBER CABLE Series 0i/0i Mate uses the optical fiber cables for the following interfaces. This table lists the usable combinations. Interface Junction Recommended Optical fiber cable Maximum allowab...

  • Page 438

  • Page 439

    DRAW. NO. CUST. TITLE 01 09/07/15 FANUC Series 0i-MODEL B/0i Mate-MODEL B The modification of CONNECTION MANUALB-63833EN/03-5 FANUC LTD FANUC Series 0i-MODEL B/0i Mate-MODEL B The modification of CONNECTION MANUAL(HARDWARE) 1. Type of applied technical documents Name FANUC Seri...

  • Page 440

    DRAW. NO. CUST. TITLE FANUC Series 0i-MODEL B/0i Mate-MODEL B The modification of CONNECTION MANUALB-63833EN/03-5 ADD following sentence in inside front cover The products in this manual are manufactured under strict quality control. However, when using any of the products in a fa...

  • Page 441

    DRAW. NO. CUST. TITLE FANUC Series 0i-MODEL B/0i Mate-MODEL B The modification of CONNECTION MANUALB-63833EN/03-5 Item 8.2.2 DO Signals and Drivers Modified as follows Before) The driver of DO signals is source type(a type that supplies energy). If a system alarm occurs i...

  • Page 442

    DRAW. NO. CUST. TITLE FANUC Series 0i-MODEL B/0i Mate-MODEL B The modification of CONNECTION MANUALB-63833EN/03-5 Item 9.6.19 Other Notes Modified as follows Before) DO signal reaction to a system alarm If a system alarm occurs in the CNC using the connector panel I/O module,...

  • Page 443

    EDIT.SHEETDRAW. NO. CUST. TITLE 5/5DESCRIPTIONDESIG.DATE FANUC Series 0i-MODEL B/0i Mate-MODEL B The modification of CONNECTION MANUALB-63833EN/03-5 FANUC LTD Item 9.8.9 Other Notes Modified as follows Before) DO signal reaction to a system alarm If a system alarm occurs in th...

x