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    uc Autom Series 15mModel B Operation and Maintenance Handbook

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    GENERAL The Operation and Maintenance Handbook is for persons who are familiar with NC programs and operations. It is used to refer to necessary informa- tion quickly in operating or maintaining NC machinetools at a work site. The Handbook only contains reference information. It does not contain ...

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    CONTENTS 1. KEYBOARD LAYOUT AND NAMES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2. OPERATION LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137 3. GCODE ......................... 4. PROGRAM FORMAT ............. . / . ,.,....,..... 147 .I........... 159 5. CUSTOM MACRO . . . . . . . . ...

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    CONTENTS 1. KEYBOARD LAYOUT AND NAMES ................... 1 1.1 KeyboardLayoutandNames.. ............................ 1 1.2 Opearation of MDI Panel ................................. 12 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.25 1.2.6 1.27 1.2.8 1.2.9 1.2.10 1.2.11 1.2.12 1.2.13 1.214 1.2.15 1.2.16 1.2.17 1.2.1...

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    1.2.38 Multi sub screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 1.3 Help Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 1.3.1 Alarm help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    8. PARAMETERS .................................. .352 8.1 How to Enter the Parameters ............................ 352 8.2 Parameter List ......................................... 356 9. ERROR CODE LIST ............................. .410 9.1 Alarms Displayed on NC Screen ............................

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    10.3.4.2 Datafor the PMGNB ............................ 475 10.35 DATA (Data table) screen ........................... 477 10.351 Operationforthe PMGNA ....................... 477 10.352 Operationfor the PMC-NB ....................... 478 10.4 Input/Outputof PMC Data ...... ;. ......................

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    11 Keyboard Layout and Names (1; T series POWER cl I ON cl OOFF (2) M series POWER l I (4) Function menu key 0 (3) Soft key (5) Operation menu key (1) Power ON/OFF button

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    (23) OTHERS (2) RESET key (6) Address/ numeral key (19) P-CHECK key rl - itl8,OFFS (@I ALTER key (25) CALC key (10) 0Em-E key I (24) EOWHELP key - (13) Page change key IL (7) SHIFT key L (11) CAN key 2

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    (3) MDI keyboard of T series CNC Flg. 1 .I (a) MDI Keyboard of 9” Small CRT/MDl Panel (Horizontal) Fig. 1 .I (b) MDI Keyboard of 10" PUMDI or PCD/MDI (Horizontal) Fig. 1 .I (c) MDI Keyboard of IO” PIJMDI Panel or 14” CRT/MD1 Panel (Vertical)

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    w D cl R H q & L cl . * P cl < T cl X Ll 7 cl cl 4 1 cl El + MMC cl C c / G , rl 77 0 ? s q w I SHlfl FE HELF CAN Fig. 1.1 (d) MDI Keyboard of 14” CRT/MD1 Panel (Horizontal) (4) MDI keyboard of M series CNC Fig 1 .I (8) MDI Keyboard of 9” Small CRT/MD1 Panel (Horizontal)

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    I!!!3 A cl ! Fig. 1 .I (f) MDI Keyboard of IO” PL/MDI or PCD/MDl Panel (Horizontal) Fig. 1 .I (g) MDI Keyboard of IO” PUMDI, PCD/MDl or 14' CRT/MD1 Panel (Vertical)

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    F cl % J cl I N cl R cl v cl [ 9 cl cl 6 cl 3 AUX cl C 0 1 G sl K cl . . 0 cl 7 S Gil W cl I El SHI IrEI HE El l!‘E! n q ImK w I Fig. 1 .I (h) MDI keyboard uf 14" CRT/MD1 Panel (Horizontal) 6

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    (5) Functions of MDI keyboard No. Name Functions (1) <Power> ON/OFF Pres this button to turn CNC power ON and OFF. button (2) <RESET> key Ezl Press this key to reset the CNC, to cancel an alarm, etc. (3) Soft key The soft key has various functions, according to the Applications. The...

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    No. Name Functions (8) <INPUT/INSERT> When an address or numeric key is pressed, the key data is entered in the key input buffer, then dis- I!!! played on the CRT Press the input key to store the data entered in the key input buffer in the offset register. The input key is equivalent to an ...

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    No. Name Functions (12) Cursor move keys The following four cursor keys are provided: -+ : This key moves the cursor forward in small q$l t increments. The cursor is moved in the direction of order. + : This key moves the cursor backward in small increments. The cursor is moved to the opposite di...

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    No . Name (18) OFFSET key cl g i=unctions Pressing this key selects the tool offset display screen or the screen displaying offset from the workpiece reference position. The OFFSET soft key has the equivalent function. Either key can be used. (19) P-CHECK key EZI (20) SETTING key RI (21) SERVICE ...

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    (b) Selecting the CNC/PMC screen Press the CNWPMC key to display the CNC/PMC screen. Pressing the CNC/PMC key while the CNC screen is displayed displays the PMC screen. Pressing the CNC/PMC key while the PMC screen is displayed displays the CNC screen. Press the CNC/PMC key while the MMC screen i...

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    1.2 Opearation of MDI Panel 1.2.1 Screen transition chart Screens included in I POSITION I rl I- I I V V (ALL POSITION) [ovmA~tJ [RELATIVE) [ABSOLUJ [MACHINEI [cHAPTEEJ ACTUAL POSITON (MACHINE) 1 1 ACTUAL POSITION (ALL POSITION) C MANUAL SHIFT ] [RESTART [PRSTRT] [TL_HEAI~J CHAPTER] ACTUAL POSITI...

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    . , Screen s included in PROGRAM PROGRAM SCREEN [ TEXT ][DIR_ME~[ ] [DIR_FLP] [CHPTER] FILE DIREC- TRY Screens in eluded in p&q OFFSET SCREEN [ TOOL ] [wRK.ZEfj [TLC_OF~ [ ] EHAPTER] TOOL LENTH MEASUE MENT CSREEN 0 D 0 D , 13

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    Screens included in lPRG COMMAND SCREEN [ CHECK] [ LAST ] [ACTIVE ] [OPE.MN+J [CHAPTER Cl D COMMND SCREEN cpos-DArl c 1 c 1 c ] [CHAPTER INTERNAL POSITION COMPENSATION DATA DISPLAY [CUT_CMg [TLC_OFS] [CAN_CYL ] [ROTATON] [~DM_CMI] 0 0 0 0 i) ~l~~i~l INTERNAL POSITION COMPENSATION DATA DISPLAY [w3...

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    Screens indluded in [=I l-l I k ” V V SElllNG SCREEN [ANDY ] [GENERAJ [~P.PANE~ [ MACRO] [CHAPTER) 0 D n 0 0 0 0 II SElllNG SCREEN CTL- IC IC IC ] [CHAPTER . . 0 D V * 0 StNG SCREEN [ TIMER ][ 1 P= 1 c ] [CHAPTEIJ 0 D - L 15

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    Screens included in =I SERVICE SCREEN [ PAFIAM] [ PITCH ] [DIAGNO~ [DSP.MEM] CHAPTER] SERVICE SCREEN C ] [SYSTEM] [ ] [ WAV- ] FHAPTER] SERVICE SCREEN C ] [SERVO ] [SPINDLE] [HPCC ] CHAPTER] SERVO SPINDLE SEI-I-ING SE’I-I-ING AND AD- AND AD- JUSTING JUSTING SCREEN SCREEN 0 n w / HIGH- #SPEED AN...

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    Screens included in IHESSAGE] MESSAGE SCREEN [ ALARM] [OPERATOF~J [ ] [ ] ~HAPTMJ 0 D , Screens included in GRAPHIC I GRAPHIC I GRAPHIC SCREEN CGRAPHICPARAMIC IC ] [cHAPTEEJ 0 D 17

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    . , Screens included in HISTORY [ POSITION] [PROGRAM) [ OFFSET ] [PRG_CHK] [CHAPTEF~ 0 [> C SETTING IC SERVICE IC MESSAGE ] [GRAPHIC] CHAPTER] C IC IC ] [HISTORY] [CHAPTEF~ C IC ] [wq [ ] [CHANTEY 18

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    1.2.2 Displayintg the current position (1) 0vefaH display 1 0 a Press soft key [ALL]. 0 C Operation PRESET] - ~~-~~ - [EXEC] El- Fj- [WRK-CRD] I 4 Related parameters Bit 0 of parameter No. 0010: Bit 2 of parameter No. 1002: The increment system is metric/inch. The rotation rolkver function is en-...

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    (2) Displaying the position using relative coordinates (a) Press soft key [REL] X 48.324m Y 59.324m 70.324m (b) Operation k [ORIGIN]$ALL-AXS] I I hi +ORIGIN] H-PI- [PRESET] [MEM-FRP]$ALL-AXS] lAxi - [MEM-FRP] wRK-CRD]$ALL-AXS] 20

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    (3) Displaying the position using workpiece coordinates (a) Press soft key [ABS] r- 1 mlm PQ61ffON aHim_ t-3 X 48.324~ Y -64 l 076 m’ z 58.224m (b) Operation [ORIGIN] ALL-AXS] 7, 4 L lAxi - [EXEC] I Axi -_IORIGIN] [PRESETJ- pd - pj +EXEC] m -PI-- [PRESET] [MEW-FRP] *ALL-AXS] L F{ - [EXEC] I Axi...

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    (4) Displaying the position using machine coordinates (a) Press soft key [MACHINE]. ACTUAL POSITION 00001 NO020 (MACHINE) X 48.324fvM Y 59.324MM Z 70.324MM ACT.F : 0 (MM/MlN) S : 0 (PRM MDI *** HND HOLD **** *** *** *** POSITION PROGRAM OFFSET PRG CHK CHAPTER (5) Displaying the manual interruptio...

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    (b) Related parameters Bit 0 of parameter No. 0010: Bit 1 of parameter No. 1002: Bit 1 of parameter No. 2203: Bit 0 of parameter No. 2204: The increment system is metric/inch. The detection unit of the machine Iin- ear axis is metric/inch. The machine coordinate display on the CRT screen is in th...

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    (8) Tool nose coordinates (option) (a) Press soft key FL-HEAD] TOOL HEAD POSITION 00001 NO0001 (ABSOLUTE) X 123.456 (MM) Y 234.567 (MM) z 56.789 (MM) B 78.898 (DEG.) C 21.893 (DEG.) ACT, F : 15(MM/MIN) S:O (RPM) TL HEAD HDL_PLS (9) Displaying the manual interruption pulse value and moving value (...

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    1.2.3 Displaying the program (1) Program contents screen (a) Press soft key frEXTj bQ0 6% s25m : >Gam Xlaa0, : m G41 m Flrn. ; x10. 2s. : %. 23. : 212.25 t xs8. : l3aQwQB. : P?w: % , // 25

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    c II I I <SEARCH] 1 N 1 1 -_CEXEC] 1 Sequence No. -E: (SEQW 1 - fiq -_IEXECl - 101 -1 -_IEXEC] . _E (PROG#) ] - -Program -ww -_ENXT_PRG] _EeW_SRCH] fro4 - pj 1SequenceNo.I+ExECl I (SEW I - [Sequence -Pw - m -1 - [EXECI -f (PROG#) ] --[K&Lx-j - [EXEC] ‘-c (PRV_PRG) ] <REWIND] _IDIR.MEM...

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    (2) Program check screen ( 1 a Press soft key [PRG CHK] f _) mNBB8QB mi I410 WlXl0. Yae. I_'I1R_ FlW. t ~lsl688Xl23. vi25 ZlZ3;. L F08t x ) * - The contents of the program CmJVIun CDIST m aI>: -G&ii,_ -6; % a.324 x 85,676,6191 EM Y s9.m Y 86.67&m W ’ *2 m.324 2 B.6’&617 8til ~-...

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    (3) Screen displaying the contents of the program last runnina (a) Press soft key [LAST] (4) Screen displaying the contents of the program current running (a) Press soft key [ACTIVE] 28

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    1.2.4 Editing the program (1) Program editing screen (Press soft _key FEXQ) (2) Operation l AGJmode c l D l b 29

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    l EDTmode iALTER] I WSERTJ I {DELETE] WORD1 {-EOB] fPROGRAM] I - WORD +EXEC] mp&x=/ I - WORD -_EEXEC] pq [Program1 -@LT_WRD] - [BG_EDTJ D SEARCH] I +EXECl l-q]~- PRV_PRG] TI BOITOM] L [EXEC] [EXEC] IO 1 1 Program No. I- [EXEC] NET_PRG] W_SRCH] l?W a 30

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    REWIND1 DIRMEM] CONDENS] . 1 WORDI -_IEXEC] l w m@XEC] {PRV_PRG] -CALL] m l3-W DELFILEI - INI ImI--IU(EC] READ] ALL] T m -1 +EXEC] fqI(FILE#)I ALL] E \q 1s=j-_[EXEC] [PUNCH] -W-l - 10 1 1 Program No. 1 EXEC] mm-1 - [EXEC] {CURSOR-] EXEC] mm-Program - [EXEC] 31 i

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    COPY] . ALL] r: PRAOGRAM] ICURSOR- &OR-] {-CURSOR] t [EXEC] {-BOTTOM] EU(Wl rijwi- [EXEC] [EXEC] lo] [EXEC] II- {CURSOR-] {-CURSOR] t [EXEC] {-BOTTOM] t [EXEC] pl [Program1 - Pw 32

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    &CPY_ORG] <INS-TIM] (Note) Option (machining time display) is necessary. -[CHANGE]- -[ID_SRCH] -INXVW -cpRV_AXS] t [EXEC] [El-SNGL] [EXECI [EXSNGL] [SKIP] [STOP] t [EXEC] [EX-SNGL] c- EXECl [EX-SNGL] [SKIP] ’ -(STOP] f+IWORD] - t [EXW [U(SNGL] [EXECI [EXSNGL] [SKIP] [STOP] t [EXECI [EX-S...

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    l MEM mode Soft key [ (Operation) ] c c J?RSTRT) T [ID SRCH] - [Program name I- [U(EC] &&ON] ( rST_ON] -+ rST_OFFj) [SEARCH] TF] )I - > - - - - - L @UXT_PRG] [BW_SRCH] [TOP] T [REWIND] [DIRMEMJ [BG_EDTl t . . m -1 IEXEC] rRPV PRGl 34

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    l TAP mode D +EARCH]- Fj q] -_EE=Cl +IR.MEM] +BG_EDTJ D 171 - [EXEC] 11 IQI -FECl INo.,... [PBI IENo.,...7 - [EXEC] pj -No,... - [EXECJ l MDlmode pi +EXEC] I - WORD -fEXEC] to WORD -[EXEC] LT WRD] G-EDT] T lq -1 -[EXEC] PRV_PRG] 35

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    D *SEARCH] +W_SRCH] - [EXEC] EWIND] lR.MEM] COPV) r WORD1 [-EOB] MOVE] WORD1 FEOBl ~CHANGE) -1 wOR~[- . t [EXEC] a- [EX-SNGL] [EXEC] [EX-SNGL] [SKIP] t [EXEC] [EX-SNGL] !- [EXEC] t [EXEC] [EX-SNGL] t [EXEC] 1 [EX-SNGL] t [SKIP] -n_lp?iq [STOP] t [EXEC] [EX-SNGL] [EXEC] [EX-SNGL] [SKIP] [STOP] 36

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    l JOG mode NPUTJI- w\ t+ CLEAR]- [ALL] - [EXEC] - --- IRMEM] G_EDTJ l HND mode G-EDT] l INCmode pl IProgram\ [PRV_PRG] -WECl [PRV_PRG] +EXEC] 37

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    (3) Related parameters Bit 2 of parameter No. 0011: Bit 2 of parameter No. 2004: Bit 0 of parameter No. 2200: Bit 1 of parameter No. 2200: Bit 7 of parameter No. 2201: Bit 0 of parameter No. 2400: Bit 4 of parameter No. 2000: The high-speed part program regis- tration function is: 0 = not used 1 ...

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    (4) Operation of expanded editing function (i) When copying or moving the program 7 1 , COPY MOVE MERGE CHANGE , \ TO-BUFF TO-PROG , \ WORD -EOB 4 II \ I CURSOR-p CURSOR- BOlTOM AU I I / . t (PROG#) 4 \ / EXEC , STOP \ * IntheMDI mode, aprogramcanbecopiedonlyintothekeyinbuff- er. * When the progr...

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    (ii) When copying or moving the other program 0 Copying the whole program Press the soft keys [COPY], FO-PROG], [AU], and [(PROG#)] in that order, then enter the program number and press the soft key [EXEC]. 0xXxX 0 A - COPY o**** A 7 @ Copying or moving part of program Press the soft keys [COPYJ...

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    (iii) Program part B program XXXX is deleted and moved to new program ****. That is, the portion from the start point to the end point in program OXXXXismwedtoO ****. * The m wed portion of the program in which an editing range is speci- fied disappear after movement. Copying or moving program in...

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    OXXXX Merge A position E C o**** OXXXX C o**** 0 B Program XXXX and program rk * rlr * are merged. 0 rF * r(r Ilt does not change before or after the programs are merged. @ Merging programs by deleting the source program Press the soft keys [MERGE], [(PROG#)], [CURSOR>] or [BOT- TOM], and [DL...

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    of the latter half may become 0. In this case, change the number 0 to another number and merge programs. (Note6) Programs cannot be merged in the MDI mode. (v) Changing words and addresser (CHANGE) \ , COPY MOVE MERGE CHANGE 1 , \ WORD) (ADRES) , I EXEC EX-SNGL 1 I I I I I STOP t \ I I 1 * When t...

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    @ Changing addresses Press the soft keys [CHANGE], [(ADRES)], [(ADRES)], and [EXEC] or [EX-SNGL] in that order. Enter the address or addresses to be changed at the first (ADRES) and enter the new address or addresses at the second (ADRES). In @ and @, the first comma encountered after the first c...

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    1.2.5 Displaying the program list according to group (1) Press soft key [DIRMEM] 45

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    (2) Operation l EDIT mode - 0 cl L--d - Program No -_IEXEC] NSERTJ - 0 0 I - Program No -_EEXECl [PRV_PRG] Go to (1) L L [ NXT_PRG] I -L [EXEC] CANCEL1 L- [ NXT_PRG] 4 REWIND 1 4TEXTl _I: CONDENS ] r [I WLI [THIS ] m -_[EXECl v] I+ ID_SRCH ] - Program name 1 _I EXEC I A wildcard character string ...

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    -[ COPY ] -f CURSORX ] t CURSOR- ] - pi p&z-l k -BOTTOM ] -reprogram 4 EXEC ] -[ALL] - m l~lI--I_U(ECj _E: MOVE ] 4 CUROR- ] - [ CURSOR- ] - T;rl -Program QEXEC] 3 -BOlTOM ] -~[Program 4 EXEC ] < MERGE I- 10 1 1 Program No. 1 CURSOR> ] DLT_ORG ] CPY_ORG ] [ BOTTOM ] DLT ORG ] CPY_ORG ...

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    1.2.6 Displaying the group-by-group directory (1) Press soft key [GROUP] oeml csHwr-lQm.~IN 3: 10 FmEs ww2 cm-20GaPmIN ): sp#jEs 01000 csmFl-1aiHa. SUB 1: 2SpryES 0101e cm-1881. SUB >: 1 p#Es 01110 csHFsFt-28BB.~ 1: 11 p#Es FFEEM: 6?39C 1232H) FREE FILE: 77 EDIT *++ s-roe ++++ +++ ++* lS:W:S L...

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    1.2.7 Director of floppy cassette files (1) Press soft key [PROGRAM]. @ Press the function menu key. @ Press the <PROGRAM> soft key or <PRO& hard key. @ Press the <DIR.FLP> key. The floppy cassette file directory screen appears. However, the file names are not displayed at th...

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    (2) Operation n t> f READ ] { PUNCH] - _E: FILE# ] -[ PROG# ] W-U _C F-NAM ] {THIS ] f PROG# ] 1 Program No. 1 -[EXEC] { F-NAM ] 1 File name I I [ALL] [THIS] [ PROG#] { FILE# ] wRH-F’L1 d TOP] FILE#] 4 F-NAM - 1 File No.1 ] rEiG--l { DELFILE ] DRIVE ] RENAME 1 File No. 1 - [ALL1 L - [ PROG#]...

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    (3) Related parameters Parameter BDSP (bit 6 of parameter No. 0014): The file size is in the units of meters (feet)/bytes. Parameter 2DRV (bit 4 of parameter No. 7620): Two drives are not used/are used. I See the RS232C setting screen (Subset. 1.220). 51

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    1.2.8 Displaying and setting the tool compensation values (1) Press soft key [OFFSET’J (2) Operation [INPUT] VI [INPUT] +INPUTJ -1 [INPUTI [MEASURE] t -E [INPUT) [ORIGIN] [AXIS] WI [AXIS SELECT] [NO FEED] u- File name [EXEC] U- File setting [EXEC] t [No.lNPUT] I- VALUE [INPUI [ALL-CLR] w-1 [GEO...

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    pensation is included in/excluded from the relative coordi- nate displays. Parameter DTA (bit 3 of parameter No. 2203): The distance moved for tool offset or tool tip radius com- pensation is included in/excluded from the absolute coordi- nate displays (15-T and 15-7-T only). Parameter ORG (bit 0...

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    0 6 Type the offset value. 0 @a 0 0 0 3 0 4 0 0 6 To enter Offset values for several consecutive items at once, delimit the values with the <EOB> key. EOB (end of block) is represented by ; on the CRT Example: 100.0 ;200.0 ;300.0 ;400.0 The cursor automatically proceeds to the next item wh...

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    9” CRT function selection keys v I POSITION PROGtRAM OFFSET PRG-CHK CHAPTER -t- T 9” CRT operation selection keys , ALL-CLR PUNCH MEASURE . 1, 9” CR- operation selection guide keys \ ALL GEOMTRY WEAR 14” CRT function selection keys \ POSl PROG OFF =ROGRA~~ S ET- SER- MES- CHAP- TION RAM S...

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    1.2.9 Displaying and setting the workpiece origin offset value (1) Press soft key [OFF SET] / WRKZERO OFFSET 01234Nl2345 NO.02 N;.” (COMMON) x ((355) 0.000 Y 0.000 Y 0.000 Z 0.000 Z 0.000 NO.01 (G=) NO.03 (G56) X 0.000 X 0.000 Y 0.000 Y o.ooo Z 0.000 Z 0.000 MD( **+ STOP +**+ *** +++ oo:oo:oo L...

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    1.2.10 Tool length measurement (1) Press soft key [OFFSET’J F TOOL OFFSET 01234 N12345 NO. ooi 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 WEAR 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Mln +++ STop +**+ *++ *++ oo:oo:w LSK L INPUT +INPlJl MEASURE PUNCH INP-NO.+ (2) Operation f 9 DI [...

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    1.2.11 Tool length measurement B (1) On the machine operator’s panel, set the fl”tool length measurement switchd to ON. 01234 Nl2345 (MACHINE) NO. (GEOMTRY) WEAR x 0.000 001 mm?m 0.000 Y 0.000 o.wO o.wO z 0.000 0.m 0.000 0.000 0.000 O.OW 0.000 o.OaI 0.m (T) 1234 007 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 (M...

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    1.2.12 Workpiece origin measurement B (1) On the machine operator’s panel, set the workpiece zero-point offset measurement switch to ON. WRKZERO OFFSET OCXMONOOOW MACHINE Coordinate X O.Ooo(TL.) 0.000 NO? -N) NO.02 (GS5) X o.ooo Y o.aM Y o.ow Z 0.m Z o.ooo NO.01 (654) NO.03 (656) X o.ooo X -145...

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    1.2.13 Displaying the internal position compensation data (1) Press soft key FRG_CHK] F \ POSITION DATA 00100 NO000 CUTTER COMPENSATION (RELATIVE) (DIST TO GO) ON/OFF f o-o00 F 0.000 0.000 0.000 OFFSt VECTOR z 0.000 2 0.000 U 0.000 u 0.000 X 100.000 V Y 200.000 W :*oo% v (G/D/H)’ (M) ::s w . 0 ...

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    (ON / OFF) Displays ON in the cutter compensation mode and OFF in other modes. (OFFSET VECTOR) Displays the cutter compensation vector created for each block. (b) Tool length compensation screen F \ POSITION DATA OOlOONOOOO CUTTER COMPENSATION ON/OFF OFFSET VECTOR X loo.m r 200.000 300.000 U V %i...

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    (ON I OFF) Displays ON in the drilling canned cycle mode and OFF in other modes. (INITIAL POINT) Displqs the absolute position of the initial point. (POINT R) Displays the absolute position of point R. (POIN Z) Displays the absolute position of point Z. (NUMBER OF REPETITIONS) Displays the specif...

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    Character-to-codes Correspondence Table \ Character Code Comment charwt4M Code Comment A 6 L B 066 7 a8 C 0 066 L D od8 a ab7 I 0 om 082 Space , ? 070 t 088 Exdamation mark c3 071 0 oE4 Qu&tbn mark I H 072 I 0436 Sharp , I $ 086 Dollar 8ymbol I s 014 9b a7 Pewc4wlt x 076 & oQ8 Ampwaand . ...

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    1.2.18 Tool life management data (1) Press soft key [SfFllING] TOOL LIFE DATA 01234 NO1234 SELECTED GROUP GROUP 001 : LIFE 4300 COUNT 0240 *OlOO *OllO *0120 *0130 #0140 a0150 @0160 0170 GROUP 002 : LIFE 4300 COUNT 4300 *0200 *0210 #0220 *0230 ~0240 #0250 ~10260 0270 GROUP 003 : LIFE 3800 COUNT 13...

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    1.2.19 Run hour and parts count display (1) Press soft key [SETTING] Press the chapter selection key [TIMER]. fmfs?lm OPEFmlIffi TIME f 34H2Pl06 124 27rlms CurrING TIPE = 1H 5% 30s FREERRPOSE = 8H2mx (2) Operation D 7 ISetting value J [INPUTI lSettingvalue1 [+INP”TJ k W”-u [Setting1 l- [+INP...

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    1.2.20 W-232-C parameter setting screen (1) Press soft key [SETTING] Press the chapter selection key [RS232C]. SE-ITING (RS232C) 00000 NO0000 lV CHECK ): (0:ON 1 :OFF) PUNCH CODE =2 (0:ISO 1:EIA 2:lSO NO PRTY) F.G. INP DVC = 1 RS232C DVCTYPE = 8 OUTDVC = I CHANLI STOP BITE= 2 B.G. INP DVC =lO BAU...

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    (2) Operation [SELECT +] [SELECT -] (3) Related parameters Parameter No. 5001 : Device num her of a reader/punch connected to CD4A at BASE 0 (for channel 1) Parameter No. 5002 : Device num her of a reader/punch connected to CD4B at BASE 0 (for channel 2) Parameter No. 5003 : Device number of a re...

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    1.221 Displaying and setting the parameters See Chapter 8 for detailed descriptions of the parameters. (1) Press soft key [SERVICE]. Press the chapter selection key [PARAM]. (2) Operation D I WORD - [INPUT] t - [WoRo-l - [+INPUT] - [Wll - [OFF;01 - [No.lNPUTJ -pi- [EXEC] [PARAM] [PITCH] I [F-NAM]...

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    1 pUNCH1 T IALL [PARAM] [PITCH] [F-NAM] - -1 [ALL] E [PARAM] [PlTCw] [FILE NO.] -r;sl -[File] [ALL] E [PARAM] [PITCH] (3) Convenient methods for entering data @ To change data in units of bits Pressing -1 or 1-1 changes the cursor to 1 -bit size, which enables setting in units of bits (only for b...

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    1.2.22 Displaying and setting the pitch error compensation data (1) Press soft key [SERVICE]. Press the chapter selection key [PITCH]. @) Press the <function menu> key to changethesoft keys tothefunction selection kgrs. @ Press the <SERVICE> key or <SERVICE> soft key. PITCH ...

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    @ When the setting of pitch error compensation data is completed, set 0 in bit PWE of parameter No. 8000 to enable the setting of parame- ters. 81

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    1.2.23 Displaying the system configuration (1) Press soft key [SERVICE]. Software information screen r SYSTEM CONFIGURATION FlSM9B@ ROM OOl@ 041 081 OCl 101 141 181 1Cl 201 241 AAOlB@ ITiizr ROM A@ 002 x 042 A 082 oc2 A 102 A 142 182 lC2 202 242 7 00001 NO000 VER. DRAM SIZE A ZMBYTE@ A A A A MD1 ...

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    0 Module ID ID number indicating the type of a printed circuit board Example High-speed main CPU board: xx62 (x: A number from 0 to F) 0 6 Forthe module ID of each printed circuit board, see item, “Printed Cir- cuit Boards in the Control Unit.” Software ID Software series Series of the softwa...

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    1.2.24 Servo setting screen (1) Press soft key [SERVICE]. SERVO SETTING 01000 NO000 X AXIS z AXIS INITIAL SET BITS B 00000011 I MOTOR ID NO. CMR FEEDGEAR N (N/M) M DIRECTION SET VELOCITY PULSE POSITION PULSE REF. COUNTER 2 2 3 3 111 111 NO. 8000 8000 NO. 8000 80,OO 8000 8000 MD1 *** STOP m **** *...

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    1.2.25 Servo adjusting screen (1) (2) Press soft key [SERVICE]. / 7 SERVO MOTOR TUNING 01000 NO000 X AXIS (PARAMETER) FUNC. BIT m LOOP GAIN 3000 TUNING ST. 1 SET PERIOD 50 INT. GAIN 251 PROP. GAIN 2460 FILTER 2450 VELOC. GAIN % 150 (MONITOR) ALARM1 00110100 ALARM2 00110100 ALARM3 00000000 ALARM4 ...

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    1.2.26 Spindle adjusting screen. Press soft key [SERVICE]. (1) / SPINDLE SETTING 01000 NO000 GEAR SELECT :l SPINDLE :Sll (PARAMETER) GEAR RATIO MAX MOTOR SPEED 6000 MAX CS AXIS SPEED 100 MAX SPINDLE SPEED 3000 MD1 I(tr)t* STOP *ric*ric lit** 14:48:20 LSK SERVO - CHAPTER+ (2) Data description GEAR...

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    1.2.27 Spindle setting screen (1) Press soft key [SERVICE]. SPINDLE TUNING 01000 NO000 OPERATION :SYNCHRONIZATION CONTROL GEAR SELECT :l SPINDLE :Sll (PARAMETER) PROP. GAIN m MOTOR 100 INT. GAIN 251 SPINDLE 150 LOOP GAIN 3000 POS ERR Sl 100 MOTOR VOLT 30 POS ERR S2 50 ZRN GAIN % 300 SYN.ERROR 128...

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    <During synchronous control> Proportional gain HIGH M.H M.L LOW 3044 3045 3045 Integrated gain 3052 3052 3053 3053 Loop gain 3065 3066 3067 3068 Motor voltage 3085 3085 3085 3085 Acceleration/ deceleration constant Reference position shift 3032 3032 3032 3032 3034 3034 3034 3034 <During...

  • Page 96

    Position deviation Sl : Position deviation S2 : Synchronous error Displays the spindle position deviation for the first unit. Displays the spindle position deviation for the second unit. Displaystheinstantaneousvalueofthe synchronous position deviation be- tween the spindle and Z axis during rig-...

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    1.2.28 High-speed and high-precision machining setting screen (1) Press soft key [SERVICEJ l Tuning screen (for the M-inch CRT) fL \ HPCC (TUNING) 00001 NO0000 \ m MEDIUM ROUGH 1 FINE LEVEL 6 20 ACC/DEC LEVEL (-5..0..5) 0 0 0 MAX FEED (MM/MIN) 4000 4000 4000 T-CONST FOR BIPL (MSEC) 150 100 100 T-...

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    (Parameter guidance displayed on the tuning screen by pressing the <AU& key) HPCC (TUNING) 00001 NO0000 FINE LEVEL ACC/DEc LEVEL (-5..0..5: MAX FEED (MM/MIN T-CONST FOR BIPL (MSEC T-CONST FOR AIPL (MSEC CORNER FEED (MM/MIN CLAMP BY ACC (MSEC (CIRCLE FEED cLAMp) RADIUS (MM MAX FEED (MM/MIN...

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    (3) The parameters required to use high-speed and highprecision ma- chining are displayed on the setting screen. The parameters for machining precision are displayed on the tuning screen. Datacan bespecifiedintheseparametersforeachtypeof ma- chining on this screen. To display the operation soft k...

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    Parame- Setting Function ter No. R E- OOOO#S 1 Disables high-speed pulse distribution. A 1009#0 1 specifies axis control by RISC. B 1801#0 1 Enables acceleration clamp during circular B interpolation. 7559#1 1 Enables deceleration at comers A 7585##0 1 Enables high-precision contour control. A 75...

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    (b) Transferring Parameters Th8t)lreetypes ofparamstersforfinishing, semifinishing, and rough- ing are displayed on the tuning screen. When one of these param etsr sets is selected, these settings are au- tomatically used for the corresponding machining. The~arameter settings vary according to th...

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    When the <AUX> key is pressed, parameter num hers are displayed. To cancel this state, press the <AUX> key again. The previous screen is redisplayed. When the automatic tuning function is used, a window may be opened to display a message for a calculation result. While the window is o...

  • Page 103

    When different values are specified in parameters for each axis, as- terisks (*) are displayed in the corresponding fields on the setting screen. To transfer the values entered in active parameters to the execution parameters, specify the active parameters as active although they are already acti...

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    *3: When feed-forward and HPCC are disabled *4* Displayed only when the high-precision contour control and RISC . options are provided (k) Settings on the Adjustment Screen [FINE LEVEL] Enter the level of finishing. When the finishing level is specified as 1, the CNC calculates to obtain a preci-...

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    [CLAMP BY ACC] [RADIUS] [MAX FEED] The smaller the setting of this parame- ter, the higher the precision. Although this reduces potential damage to the machine, more time is required for ma- chining. This parameter is enabled only when the higk-precision contour control and RISC options are provi...

  • Page 106

    (Note3) (Note4) (Notes) (NOM) The feed-forward factor is transferred to the servo only when the power is turned on or when the system enters the emer- gency stop state. Be sure to specify the feed-forward factor in the emergency stop state. Active parameters can be se- lected only in the emergenc...

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    (5) Example of the procedure for using the tuning screen The following is a flowchart showing an example of how to use the tun- ing screen. This flowchart starts in a state in which nothing is specified and ends in a state in which high-precision contour control is enabled. In this example the pa...

  • Page 108

    1.2.29 Displaying the alarm message (1) Press soft key [MESSAGE]. The alarm messages are classified into three groups: (i) Alarm messages reported by CNC setf-diagnosis (ii) External *alarm messages (iii) Alarm messages specified with custom macros men an alarm message is reported, the alarm mess...

  • Page 109

    Clearing alarm m 8ssages External alarm messages are cleared by external commands. For detailed information about external alarm messages including how tOCl8arth8m, refertOth8 relevant manual supplied by the machine tool builder. Alarms reported by CNC self-diagnosis and alarms specified with cus...

  • Page 110

    1.2.30 Displaying the operator message (1) Press soft key [MESSAGE]. The operator messages are classified into two groups: 0 i (ii) 0 1 0 External operator messages Operator messages specified with custom macros When an operator message is reported, the operator message screen is usually displaye...

  • Page 111

    Clearing operator messages External operator messages are cleared by external commands. For detailed information about external operator messages including how to clear them, refer to the relevant manual supplied by the ma- chine tool builder. When an operator message specified with a custom macr...

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    1.2.31 Guidance for trouble shooting (1) Press soft key [MESSAGE] 0 1 Supposethat automatic operation cannot be started. Press the MES- SAGE soft key several times to select the diagnosis screen. r-- ~~~ Failure Diagnosis 1 Automatic operation 2 Manual operation 3 ATC 4 APC In the example at the ...

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    Generally, the states of input/output signals are checked automatical- ly. Only items that require the operator’s confirmation appear as shown below: Failure Diagnosis Check to see if bit 0 of DGN 005 can be turned on or off by switching the Start SW on the machine operator’s panel. 1. It tum...

  • Page 114

    1.2.32 Graphic display (1) Press soft key [GRAPHIC] (2) Operation [ERASE] Relative magnification Relative magnification [ EXEC ] [SET PERIOD] - [ENLARGE] - -PI -PI -[ 11 -itI i Red 4-I -[ll c Yellow -[ t 1 -[SETPERIOD] - Tothe [F) 107

  • Page 115

    t [START MACHIN] [PRAMETER] ? lSetting1 [INPUT] (Setting/ [INPUT] i [INPUT] lSetting1 [EXEC] [+INPUT] lSetting1 [UEC] WEP_SFTJ - EAFLSPTI [GRAPHIC] - To the [(OPRT)] (3) Related parameters (M/T only, unapplicable to TT) Parameter NKGRH (bit 1 of parameter No. 0003): Stops/does not stop graphics d...

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    (4) Graphic parameters (a) Graphic plane This parameter sets a graphic plane. The following graphic planes are available. t’-: 1; : Ax 1: r Y t Z xYz2 x (Bi-plane graphic) (b) Rotation angle (horizontal) This parameter specifies a horizontal rotation angle in degrees. Setvaluefrom460to+360. An ...

  • Page 117

    08002 NOOOOO y 08002 NOOOOO - (c) Rotation angle (vertical) When the graphic plane XYZ or XZY is used, vertical rotation is al- lOW8d as ~1811 as horizontal rotation. Z Horizontal rotation X Y Vertical rotation axis Parameter No. 4832 can rotate the vertical rotation axis in the hori- zontal plan...

  • Page 118

    Exam pie Drawing plane: X Z Y Rotation angle (horizontal) = +20 Rotation angle (vertical) =+I0 Parameter No. 4832 = +65 Vertical rotation axis Initial vertical rotation axis 0 : Represents the resultant XYZ coordinates. OrrMMrC 1-J 08002 NOOOOO 08002 NOOOOO 111

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    (d) Scale factor A value from 0.01 to 100.00 can be specified. When a scale factor is automaticallydeterminedfrom the maximum and minimum values of the graphic range, the scale factor is clamped within this range. (e) Maximum and minimum values of the graphic range When the maximum and minimum va...

  • Page 120

    In the case of a hi-plane drawing on the XYZ2 graphic plane, when theratioofthedifferencebetweenthemaximumandminimumvalues set for the Y-axis to the difference between those set for the Z-axis exceeds 1:2 or 2:1, the screen allocation is clamped to 1:2 or 2:l. If the ratioof the difference betwee...

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    (g) Notes (i) Specify positional values in mm or inches. (ii) The parameter scale factor, the maximum and minimum values of the graphic range, and the CRT center are independent of data de- fining the graphic screen and data displayed on the screen for mak- ing alterations. This is to make it eas...

  • Page 122

    (5) Drawing a tool path The tool path in automatic or manual operation can be drawn so that the user can check the progress of machining, the current tool position, and so forth on the CRT screen. 0 a 0 1 0 0 3 (W 0 0 2 0 C Starting drawing Select the graphic screen. Press the <START MACHIN&g...

  • Page 123

    1.2.33 Background graphic display (1) Press soft key [GRAPHIC]. 08002 NOOOOO - Tool path drawing (2) Operation PAW [MOVEJ - - Relative magnification [INPUTJ -[INPUTI Relative magnification [EXEC] 4 [ENLARGE] [SET PERIOD] - To the [(OPRT)] - PI - 1-l -r11 -HI - P-1 - i-1 116

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    L[SET PERIOD] - To the [(OPRnl /a [START MACH IN] [PRMETER] - [REWIND] - (Settingvalue [INPUT] - lSettingvalue1 [+tNPUTJ - [WUT] lSettingvaluel - [+tNPUTj [Setting value ] - [BEFSFT] - [AFT SFT) - [EXEC] PW - [GRAPHIC] - To the [(OPRl’)] [SINGLE] 117

  • Page 125

    (3) Related parameters Parameter NKGRH (bit 2 of parameter No. 0010): Switches to graphics display/background graph- ics display. Parameter No. NEG (bit 1 of parameter No. 2205): Does not invert/inverts the direction of the first graphics display axis specified in parameter No. 7703. (15-T series...

  • Page 126

    (4) Operation method The GRAPHIC (GRAPH) screen is used for drawing. GRAPHIC (GRAPH) Y X -400,000 Y -100,000 Z 200,000 F 0 S 0 T 0 I I I X The soft keys on the GRAPHIC (GRAPH) screen have the functions in- dicated below. Soft key <STOP> <ERASE> <SHIFT> [ENLARGE] [START MACHIN) &...

  • Page 127

    (5) Parameters for drawing The following settings differ from those for graphics displays. Se8 de- scriptions of the graphics displays for the other settings. (Subset. I (a) Graphic program number specification This parameter specifies a program number subject to tool path drawing. When the [REWI...

  • Page 128

    (d) Graphic tool numbers (maximum, minimum) Instead of the procedure in Item (IO) above, the tool path of a pro- gram fragment can also be drawn by specifying the maximum graph- ic tool number and minim urn graphic tool num her. These parameters specify a tool number range so that a tool path can...

  • Page 129

    1.2.34 Load meter display (1) Press soft key [PRG_CHK]. OPERATING MONITOR 01234 NO00000 (ABSOLUTE) (FEEDRATE/SPINDLE/TOOQ X 123.456 CMD.F: 2000. 100.00% Y 234.567 ACT. F: 0 (MM/MN) z 345.678 CMD.S: 4000 100% ACTS: 0 (RPM) (LOAD METER) T: 12 S -----w-w -w----w- 150% (TIMER) PARTS: 58 x= 7% OPEARTI...

  • Page 130

    (2) Related parameters Bit 0 of parameter No. 0010 : Bit 5 of parameter No. 1400 : Bit 0 of parameter No. 1403 : Bit 0 of parameter No. 2204 : Parameter Nos. 2231 to 2233 : Parameter No. 2234 . . Parameter Nos. 2235 to 2237 : Bit 0 of parameter No. 5601 : Bit 1 of parameter No. 5601 : (Notel) (No...

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    1.2.35 Operation history (1) Presssoftkey[HISTORYj. OPERATION HISTORY 00001 NO0001 NO* DATA NO. DATA NO. DATA NO. DATl 01 PW 000 11 5 21 G003.34 31 G 03 08:40:0013 1 23 [SOFT 2133 0 04 <RESET> 14 0 24 0 34 x 05 G003.54 15 0 25 0 35 4 06 G003.3'f 16 0 26 0 36 5 07 [SOFT 6117 [SOFT 1127 0 37 ...

  • Page 132

    (3) Related parameters Bit 5 of parameter No. 0013 : Bit 4 uf parameter No. 0013 : Bit 4 uf parameter No. 0015 : Bit 3 of parameter No. 0015 : Parameter No. 7765 : Parameter No. 2215 : Does not record/records the history of DI/DO. Does not record/records the history of the MC21 kgc. Does not disp...

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    1.2.36 Signal selection (1) .Press soft key [HISTORYI Press the chapter selection key [DIOSLCTJ. r DI/DO SELECT ,NO l ADDRESSSIGNAL NO. 01 x000 00001000 11 02 x004 10000000 12 03 X008 00001100 13 04 x009 00111000 14 05 x012 00001111 15 06 YOOO 01000000 16 07 YOO4 00110000 17 08 YOO7 00011100 18 0...

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    1.2.37 Alarm history (1) Press foft key [HISTORY] Press the chapter selection key [ALM_HIS]. ALARM HISTORY 00001 NO0001 SW000 PARAMETER ENABLE SWITCH ON 92/08/26 12:35:26 0TO07 X + OVERTRAVER (HARD) 92/08/27 08:40:18 0TO08 x - OVERTRAVEL (HARD) 92/08/27 08:40:18 PWOOO POWER MUST BE OFF 92/08/27 0...

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    1.2.38 Multi sub screen TOOL OFFSET 00010 NO0005 NO. DATA 001 1.500 002 0.000 003 0.000 004 0.000 005 2.000 006 0.000 007 0.000 008 0.000 009 0.000 010 0.000 011 0.000 012 0.000 013 0.000 014 0.000 015 0.000 016 0.000 NO. DATA 017 1.500 018 0.000 019 0.000 020 0.000 021 0.000 022 0.000 023 0.000 ...

  • Page 136

    (2) Operation @ Subscreen number Up to five subscreens can be displayed on a single main screen. The five subscreens have numbers (subscreens 1 to 5). This number is indicated in the top left corner of each subscreen. Subscreen 3 is displayed as shown below. T Subscreen number NO. 02 (G55) x B Y ...

  • Page 137

    I -----_-II _____ --I I Keys for moving the sub- Keya for enlarging or Key for screen rting the subecreen terminating setting (displayed in yellow) (displayed in red) 0 C <*> Moves the subscreen to <C-B Reduces the subscreen by one the left by one column. unit in the horizontal direction...

  • Page 138

    13 l Help Function (1) Pressing the 1-1 and HELP keys on any screen (except the rl PMC screen) causes the help screen to appear. l A B 2.SOFT KEY 9.CLOSE HELP WINDOW HELP ROM SER.:AHOO EDT. :Ol -(SELECT BY CURSOR & PUSH INPUT KEY) - Fig. 1.3 Sample Initial Help Menu (144nch CRT) 131

  • Page 139

    1.3.1 Alarm help If “1 s Alarm” is selected from the initial help menu, the window lists alarm types (alarm selection display). Move the cursor to PS, GB, SR, or any other alarm type, enter an alarm number using the key- in buffer, and press the [INPUTJ key. The window shows detailed informat...

  • Page 140

    AtARM NO. : PSO10 DIVISION : GENERAL AN ILLEGAL G CODE WAS SPECIFIED IN A NC SENTENCE. THIS ALARM ALSO OCCURS BY A OPTION ORGANIZATION, NC SITUATION OR MODE SELECTION, EVEN IF A G CODE IS PROPER. k(PUSH INPUT KEY TO RETURN SELECT) Fig. 1.3.1 (b) Sample Detailed Alarm Display (1 &Inch CRT) (N...

  • Page 141

    1.3.2 Softkey help SOFTKEY SELECTION m NO.2 NO.3 NO.4 NO.5 POSITI PROGRA ON M PRGRAM SE-l-l-IN CHECK G NO.6 NO.7 NO.8 NO.9 NO.10 SERVIC MESSAG GRAPHI CHAPTE E E C R KEY STATUS : FUNCTION SELECTION CURRENTLY SELECTED FUNCTION. -(SELECT BY CURSOR & PUSH INPUT KEY) - Fig. 1.3.2(a) Sample Soft K...

  • Page 142

    Help screens for the alarm conditions ALARM NO. : PSOlO DIVISION : GENERAL AN ILLEGAL G CODE WAS SPECIFIED IN A NC SENTENCE. THIS ALARM ALSO OCCURS BY A OPTION ORGANIZATION, NC SITUATION OR MODE SELECTION, EVEN IF A CODE IS PROPER. -(PUSH INPUT KEY TO RETURN SELECT) Fig. 1.3.3(a) Sample Detailed ...

  • Page 143

    Help window states By pressing keys, the help window state is changed as shown below: <HELP> key \ l Initial state (A&m state) (usual screen - <SHIFT> +< display) -11 SHIFT> key . EnaMing or disab c ’ II II ling the cursor, onlyfora14-inch 9. CLOSE HE-P WINDOW <HELP&g...

  • Page 144

    Classif i- Function Data PWE=l Mode cation protection (DATA selection key No. 8000) CkU Tool offset Value KEY1 Power ON Data Input On8 Program Input KEY3 EDIT From Tape (program number not changed) One Program Input KEY3 EDIT (program number changedoradded) Add Program KEY3 EDIT Registration uf a...

  • Page 145

    Func- tion key OFFSET Operation menu key + IALL-CLR] --, IAUI ,*r[V) ,xzxq PRGRM Operationmenu key+ I=/ * -1_PRGRM + IxEcq PRGRM Operation menu key + 1-1 +m(PROG + Program number + lU<ECI PRGRM Operation menu key + f=q + -1_PRORM +~I PRGRM Operation menu key + [READ! *[ALL] SER- VICE IP’TCH ...

  • Page 146

    Classif i- Function Data PWE=l Mode cation protection (DATA selection key No. 8000) output Parameter, Pitch ewor EDIT compensation data Offset Value EDIT All Program KEY3. EDIT One Program KEY3 EDIT search Program No. Search KEY3 EDIT or (Programs in memory) MEMORY , Sequence No. Search KEY3 EDIT...

  • Page 147

    Func- tion key SER- VICE OFFSET PRGRM PRGRM PRGRM PRGRM PRGRM PRGRM PRGRM I Operation menu key + pGEi& pEq p=iEiq Operation menu key -D piEq+ pq Operation menu key -B [ PUNCH 1 + ~joor~l J(PROG#)j + Program number -D 1 EXEC 1 Operation menu key --, 1 fV_SRCH 1 + m(PROG#) + Program number + pq...

  • Page 148

    Classif i- Function Data PWE=l Mode cation protection (DATA selection key No. 8000) PTografIl Deletion of all KEY3 EDIT Editing Programs . Deletion Currently KEY3 EDIT ofaPro- displayed gram program r Disig- KEY3 EDIT nated pro- gram De&ion of words, from KEY3 EDIT cursor positioned to desig...

  • Page 149

    - ti m F Func- ion key ‘RGRM Operationmenu key+ I-1 + [PROGRAMI +IEXECl +IAUl ‘RGRM Operation menu key -D 1-1 -_, -1 +rTHIS/ Operation menu key + I[ --, -1 -_, ((PROG#)[ -s program number + Fu(Ec ‘RGRM Operation menu key --, II-_, I-ONOAD) -Word+ [I ‘RGRM Operation menu key --, -1 -_, vl ...

  • Page 150

    Classif i- Function Data PWE=l Mode cation protection (DATA selection key No. 8000) I/O to or File head search EDIT from FANUC cassette I File deletion EDIT Program registration KEY3 EDIT , Output uf all programs KEY3 EDIT 1 Output uf one program KEY3 EDIT L Change uf file name EDIT / Volume tran...

  • Page 151

    Func- ion key ‘RGRM Operation menu key- II - I[ - I1 Operation menu key- ISERCHF’LE-I(FILE#)I-U<ECI Operation menu key- II- -(FILE --“EC ‘RGRM Opteration menu key- I[-m(FILE#)- N[File No.)- v”EC Opteration menu key- FDELF’LE- \-NAME) - N [File name] - vU(EC Opteration menu key- IDE...

  • Page 152

    Classif i- Function Data PWE =l Mod0 cation pmtecbn (D ATA selection key No. 8000) Manual Manual refererence JOG operation position return I 3ogf-d JOG I Incremental feed INC Manual handle feed HANDLE Graphic function Parameter setting Tool path Help function Displaying INITIAL MENU screen I Disp...

  • Page 153

    Func- tion key Set the reference position return switch to ON. - Set the +X, -X, +Y, and -Y switches to ON. - The reference position return completion lamp lights. Set the +X, -X, +Y, and -Y switches to ON. - Specify the feedrate using the jog feedrate dial. - Press the rapid traverse button to p...

  • Page 154

    (1) For Lathe (Other than 1 MT) Gcode system I I (Note) Group Function j Positioning Linear interpolation 01 Circular/Herical Interpolation CW Circular/Herical interpolation CCW Involute interpolation CW Involute interpolation CCW G03.2 1 G03.2 1 G03.2 1 GO&l 1 GO61 1 GO6.1 1 Spline interpol...

  • Page 155

    G31 1 G31 1 G31 G31.1 1 G31.1 1 G31.1 G32 1 G33 1 G33 1 G34 G34 G34 G35 G35 G35 *’ I G36 G36 G36 G37 G37 G37 5 637.1 637.1 G37.1 00 637.2 637.2 637.2 G37.3 G37.3 G37.3 ‘040 rG40 rG40 1 G41 G41 G41 07 G42 G42 G42 GSO G92 G92 00 ‘G50.1 rG50.1 ‘G50.1 . 18 GM.1 G51.1 G51.1 WI 20 G53 1 G53 1 G...

  • Page 156

    Gcode system (Note) Group Function . A B C G66 G66 G66 Macro modal call A G68.1 660.1 G66.1 12 Macro modal call B t 1 1 G67 r G67 r G67 Macro modal call A/B cancel G68 G68 G68 Mirror image for double turrets 1 13 L G69 G69 G69 Mirror image for double turrets cancel G70 G70 G72 Finishing cycle A L...

  • Page 157

    (2) For Lathe (1 H-T’) . G code system (Note) Group Function A 6 C ‘Go0 ~GOO ~Goo Positioning r GO1 v 001 v GO1 1 Linear interpolation r GO2 GO2 GO2 01 Circular/Herbal interpolation CW 1 , GO3 GO3 GO3 Circular/Herbal interpolation CCW A I Go2.2 Go2.2 Go2.2 Involute interpolation CW 1 Go3.2 60...

  • Page 158

    I G code system (Note) I Group AIBICl q G37 G37 G37 637.1 G37.1 637.1 00 I G37.2 G37.2 G37.2 . 037.3 637.3 G37.3 & h%o hI0 G41 G41 G41 07 1 G42 G42 G42 G50 G92 G92 00 G50.3 G92.1 GQ2.1 . G53 G53 G53 G54 G54 G54 1 G55 G55 G55 / G56 G56 G56 G66rG66-1 G66 1 12 G71 1 G71 1 G73 1 00 G76 1 G76 1 G7...

  • Page 159

    G96 G96 Gi96 ‘G97 r 097 r G97 , 02 ‘G98 vGQ4 vG94 ‘G99 vG95 rG95 1 05 vG90 vG90 v G91 v G91 I 03 10 (Note 1) (Note 2) (Note 3) (Note 4) Function Canned cycle for drilling cancel Drilling cycle, spot boring Drilling cycle, counter boring Peck drilling cycle Peck drilling cycle Tapping cycle ...

  • Page 160

    (Note 5) Multiple G codes can be specified in the same block as long as they do not belong to the same group. When more than one G code belonging to the same group is speci- fied in the same block, the G code last specified is effective (prior specifications are ignored). 153

  • Page 161

    (3) For Machining center . Code Group Function Go0 1 Positioning I Linear interpolation L I GO3 / G02.1 I G03.1 I I G02.2 1 G03.2 I I G02.3 L 1 G03.3 G02.4 01 Circular interpolation/h8licaI interpolation /spi- ral int8rpolationbnical inbrpolation (dockwis8) Circular interpolation/h8lical interpol...

  • Page 162

    \ Code I G20 L G21 r G22 L G23 L G25 r G26 L G27 G28 G29 I G30 G30.1 . G31 G31 .l I G31.2 . G31.3 G31.9 , G33 L G37 L G38 I G39 r G40 G41 . G42 r G4O.l G41 .l I G42.1 1 G43 G43.1 L G44 L G45 L G46 G47 L G48 r G49 ) G5Q . G51 r G50.1 L G51 .l G52 G53 Group Function Inch input 1 06 Metric input Sto...

  • Page 163

    Code Group Function ’ G54 Workpiece coordinate system 1 sebction 1 G54.1 G55 G56 G57 G56 G59 G60 G61 G62 G63 ’ G64 14 00 15 Additional workpiece coordinate system selec- tion Workpiece coordinate system 2 selection I Workpiece coordinate system 3 selection Workpiece coordinate system 4 select...

  • Page 164

    \ Code Group Function 1 G82 Drill cycle, counter boring I G83 I Peck drilling cycle I G84 I I Tapping cycle Rigid tapping cycle 7 Reverse rigid tapping cycle Boring cycle L Boring cyde Back boring cycle G88 Boriw cyde I 1 I G89 Boring cyde G90 Absolute command I 03 L G91 Incremental command I G92...

  • Page 165

    (Note 1) (Nate 2) (Nate 3) (Note 4) I: G codes with this mark are the G codes that are set when the power is turned on or after a system reset. Concerning G codes G22 and G23, G22 is turned on and G23 is turned off when the power is turned on, and when the system is reset, thesettings of these co...

  • Page 166

    Functions Positioning (GOO) Illustrations Start point / IP Linear interpolation (GOl) Circular interpolation (GO2,003) Helical interpolation (G02, G03) / IP Start point start point GO2 J ISI R I OG Y) (xl Y) Go3 3 R J I (In case of X-Y plane) z / @ 0 start - - - - @ xyz ? point (x, Y) (In case X-...

  • Page 167

    ioo IP_; Tape format T M series series 0 0 501 I P-F_; 0 0 Gl7{ 3xP_YP_{” 3 }a_F-i G18{3p_zP_{ ;- ; }a_F-i .,9{ =Wp_{ ;; K;}a-F_: a : Any axis other than circular interpdation axes. o o Per second dwell X GO4 { > - ; p- Per revolution dwell 0 0 G95 GO4 1 1 x- . 9 P- GO1 GO 9I > GO2 ; GO3 ...

  • Page 168

    Functions Change of offset value by program (GIO) Illustrations Change of offset value by program (GIO) Programmable parame- ter input (GIO) Cylindrical interpolation (G07.1) Toal nose radius com- pensation (GIO, (341, G42) z t G41 F G42 G40 Cutter compensation (G4CkG42) G41 F G42 G40 Normal dire...

  • Page 169

    Tape format hornetfy offset amount ;loLloP_x_z_Y_R_Q_; Near offset amount 3loLllP_x_z_Y_R_Q_; Near zero point offset amount 31 OL2P_IP_ ; 3eometly offset amount 3lOLlOP_R_; #ear offset amount 3lOLllP _ R_; War zero point offset amount 3lOl2P ; -- Gl OLSO ; \1R ; --- +I--P R ; -_ --_ --- N -_- : p...

  • Page 170

    Functions Illustrations bol lmgth compensa- ion (G43, G44, G49) kml cdfset (G4M48) Scaling (G50, G51) G45 L-------y% Increases I G46 m IP Decrease G47 m,L/$ Double G48 L-w 5 zt lP increase Double Compensation amount decrease p4 p3 Setting of local coordi- wte system (G52) P2 Lad coordinate W coor...

  • Page 171

    Tape format T M series series a_& H_: 0 14 : Tool offser No. 349 p-0 Canc8l i: Tool offset number 0 s51 IP_ P_; P : Scaling magnification 550 ; l -• Cancel 0 G52 IP_ ; 0 0 G53IP ; 0 0 :IP ; 0 0 G60IP ’ -’ 0 G12.1; Polar coordinate compensation mode G13.1; Polar coordinate compensation m...

  • Page 172

    Functions Cp-Yp plane selection 1017) zp-xp plane seiection :G18) fpZp plane selection Q19) n&/metric conversion iG20, G21) Bored strode check ;022,023) Illustrations G18 019 WYZ) ?eference position ‘&urn check [G27) (I J N Start point Reference position re- krm (G28) 2nd, 3rd, 4th re...

  • Page 173

    517; 318; 319; Tape format T M series series 0 0 nch input G20; Writ ipnut G21; 3=_ Y_ Z_ I_ J_ K_ ; 323 ; -0. Cancel 0 0 0 0 327lP_; 0 0 G28 IP_; 0 0 G29lP_; 0 0 IP_ F_ ; 0 0 Even lead thread cutting G33lP F Q : Q-7 - Thread zing start point shift angle Inch thread cutting G33IP E Q ; E TThresds...

  • Page 174

    Functions Custom macro (G65, G66, G66.1) G67) Illustrations Coordinate system rotation (G68, G69) Canned cycles for dril- ling (G80 - G89) See “Canned cycles” in 562554E. Canned cycles (G73, G74, G76, G80 - G89) See “Canned cycles for drilling” in B-62564E. Absouute/lncremental command (G...

  • Page 175

    Tape format b-shot call G65 P P: - <Argument assignment>; Program No. nodal call G66 1 1 G66., P <Argument assignment>; G67; l == Cancel :68{ i;i$i;J lqg; 569 ; l == Cancel T M series series 0 0 0 380; l .= Cancel 383.1 384.1 386.1 xyzPQRFL; ~~~-~--~ 381 . . 389 1 380; l == Cancel 3...

  • Page 176

    Functions nitial point return/R Ant return (G98, GQQ) Illustrations GQ8 I point GQQ % Rpoint Z pint Son&ant surface speed mtroi (G96, GQ7) surface speed +P Circular threading (G35, G36) Hypothetical axis interpolation (G07) Hypothetical axis interpolation (G07) XP G ZP XP’ d, ZP Canned cyc...

  • Page 177

    398 399 Tape format T M series series ; . I 0 0 3: Surface sped (m/min or fwt/min) 0 0 XP_YP_l _J _F _ ; Xp Zp I K - -- - F_; 0 Yp Zp I K - -- - F_; GO7 a0; G17 XP_YP_ G18Zp Xp - - G19Yp zp - - G07al ; a: Hypothetical axis 0 G07aO ; 0 G07al ; a: Hypothetical axis P Q U W D F S_; ------ G73P QIKUW...

  • Page 178

    Functions Polar coordinate (G15, G16) bol length measure- ment (G37) Variable lead thread cut- ting (GM) Illustrations . Y 3 XP XP Work coordinate system Measuring position reach signal \ z 0.9--* Start point Measuring point Chamfering corner R K 1 7-L I L R Mirror image for double turret (G68, G...

  • Page 179

    Tape format G17G16Xp Yp ; - P G18Gl6Zp xp ; G19G16Yp Zp ; G15; - .*= cancel T M series series 0 G37Z ; 0 G34 IP F - - K_; 0 X_ ; 0 Z_ ; G68: Mirror image for double turret ON G69: Mirror image cancel 0 0 G68: Balance cut mode G69: Balance cut mode cancel 0 172

  • Page 180

    Functions Workpiece coordinate system preset (G92.1) Illustrations Amount of manual intervention Coordinate system after intewention \ Coordinate system coordinate system before intervention Example) When manual intewention is per- formed with the manual absolute sig- nal turned off, the coordina...

  • Page 181

    G92.1 IPO ; Tape format 1 M series series IPO ; Specify the address of the axis along which the coordi- nate system is to be preset, and 0. 0 0 174

  • Page 182

    51 l Types of Variables Types of variable Selection (Option) Common variable A Common variable B (Note 1) Common variable C (Note 2) Common variable D Variables num her #1-#33 #l OOd149 #500-#549 #l OOd199 #5Ow#599 #100-#199 #500+#699 #I O&V1 99 #500+999 #l 000-#13999 Local variable Common v...

  • Page 183

    Variable num her Contents Purpose Series #2601 to #I2800 Wear offset value of D Tool offset value M code (offset No. 1 to 200) (Tbol uffset memory C) #x)01 to #2400 DcodesandHcodesare Tool offset value M not separated. (T&l uffset (Offset No. 1 to 400) memory B) #2001 to #2200 D codes and H ...

  • Page 184

    ‘ariable num her Contents Purpose Series #2201 to #2264 Wear offset value (offset Td nose radius T No. 1 to 64) compensation value (Up to 64 compensation sets) #2301 to #2364 wear offset value (offset Imaginary tool T No. 1 to bl) nose T position (Up to 64 com- pensation sets) #2701 to #2764 Ge...

  • Page 185

    Variable number Contents Purpose Series #16001 to #16160 Geometry offset value (off- 2 axis tool uffset T set No. 1 to 160) value (160 wm- pensation-& memory B) #19001 to #19160 Geometry offset value (Off- Y axis tool offset T set No. 1 to 160) value (160 wm- pensation+et memory B) #17001 to ...

  • Page 186

    I Variable num her Contents Purpose Series Disabling feed hold, feedrate owrid8, and 8X- act-stop check T/M #3004 T/M stopping the execution of a block immediately before a specifmd point and output- ting m8ssag8s #3006 Status of mirror image in each axis T/M Clock information T/M Year month, day...

  • Page 187

    Variable num her Contents Purpose Series #4319 S code of executing Modal information T/M I L #4320 T code in the executing T/M block (for the T series) Number of the additional workpiece coordinate sys- tem in the executing block (for the M series) #so01 to #5010 1st axis Mock end position Block ...

  • Page 188

    ariable num her Contents Purpose Series HO61 to #5070 1 st axis skip signal posi- Skip signal posi- M tion (ABSKP) tion . . . . 10th axis skip signal posi- tion (ABSKP) #5061 to #5066 X axis skip signal position Skip signal posi- T (ABSKP) tion Z axis skip signal position 3rd axis skip signal pos...

  • Page 189

    Variable number Contents Purpose Series #5201 to #5210 1 st axis external work- External work- T piece coordinate system piece coordinate shift value system shift vaJue . . . . 10th axis external work- piece coordinate system shift value #5221 to #5230 1st axis external wofk- External work- T/M p...

  • Page 190

    Variable number Contents Purpose Series #5281 to #5290 1st axis external work- External work- T/M piece zero point offset val- piece zero point ue (T series: external offset value (T se- workpiece coordinate sys- ries: external tern shift value) workpiece wordi- . . nate system shift . . value ((...

  • Page 191

    Variable number Contents Purpose Series #7021 to #7030 1st axis ext0mal work- Additional work- M piece zero point offset val- ptxe coordinate ue (additional workpiece system 2 (G54.1 coordinate system ) 9 # . . . 10th axis external work- piece zero point uffset val- ue (additiondwofkpiece coordin...

  • Page 192

    5.3 Argument Assignment l/II Correspondence of addresses of the argument as- signment I and variable s in the macro address Variable ufthear- in gument custom assign- macro ment I MY A #I B #2 c #3 D #7 E #8 F #9 H #II I #4 J #5 K #6 M #I3 Q #I7 R #I8 S #I9 T I#20 U #21 V #22 W #23 X #24 Y #25 z ...

  • Page 193

    5.4 Arithmetic Commands Purpose Expression Contents Definition and sub- #i=#j Definition, substitution stitution of vari- ables Addition arithmetic #i=#j+#k Sum L #i=#j-#k Subtraction #i=#jOR#k Logical sum (at every bii of 32 bits) L #i=#jXOR#k Exclusive OR . (at every bit of 32 bits) Multiplicat...

  • Page 194

    55 m Control Command Purpose Divergence Iteration Expression IF [<conditional expression>] GOT0 n . Kind of operation #j EQ #k = #j NE #k # #j GT #k > #j LT #k < #jGE#k z #j LE#k s WHILE [<conditional expres- #jEQ#k= sion>] DO m r #j NE #k # (m=1,2,3) r #jGT#k> If omitted ...

  • Page 195

    Name Format ;ub-pro- lram call ‘Y M tie Mxx; Max. 9 M codes ub-pro- ram call YT de Tt; ub pro- .ram bY ; code ;S; sub pro- gram call >y 2nd auxiliary tin&ion Bb; Multiplex Cd Main program Vogram No. arame :er No. 9001 i 9009 7071 i 7079 P9000 (Sub pro- gram) 7000#0 TCS P9029 Sub pro- gra...

  • Page 196

    5.7 Command Range Item Contents Variabieg Local variable: #1-#33 Common variable: #1 00-#!!149, #500-#531 Additional common variable: #I 00-#199, HI-99 system variable: #100&#13400 value of variables Maximum value * 1 ti7 Minimum value Et 1 O-a Constant in expression Maximum value *99999999 M...

  • Page 197

    6.1 Displaying CNC Internal State 6.1 .l Procedure for displaying diagnositc screen Display the CNC internal state as below: [DIAGNOS] Input a diagnostic data No. to be displayed. Change by page change key v [No. SRH] 6.1.2 Display of status in which command is not apparently (1) executed Display...

  • Page 198

    (2) Displaying the status when it appears that a command is not being executed Number Bit Display Internal status when 1 is displayed 1000 0 INPOSITION The position is being checked. CHECK 1 FEED RATE The feedrate override is 0%. OVERRIDE 2 JOG FEED The jog feedrate override is 0%. OVERRIDE 3 INT...

  • Page 199

    #8 : The status of a DI or DO signal is invalid for a manual numerical command.($l) #9 : The status of a DI or DO signal is invalid for repositioning.( 1(L2) #lO : Other than the above( *3) #II -#lS : Not used. "1 *2 "3 (4) The DO DEN or IPEN signal is high. Constant surface speed contr...

  • Page 200

    (5) Displaying the warning status The warning status is displayed. When the warning status is released, the bit is set to 0. Number . Bit #7 #6 #S #4 #3 #2 #I #O A bit indicates the following status when 1 is displayed for it. #O : The system is in the warning state. #I -#7 : Not used. (6) Displa...

  • Page 201

    (8) Displaying position deviation The positional deviation uf each axis is displayed. Number 3000 Display x SERVO ERROR Y SERVO ERROR Z SERVO ERROR Description Po&ional deviation along the X- axis in the detection unit Po&ional deviation along the Y- axis in the dehction unit Podtionai d...

  • Page 202

    Then check the diagnostic data to determine the cause of the alarm. The number of the diagnostic data is 3015for axis 1,3035for axis 2,3055for axis 3, and the start number + 5 for other axes. Check bits 7 and 4 at the address to determine the cause of the alarm by consutting the following table. ...

  • Page 203

    Details of digital servo alarms Number Bit #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #I #O I I OVL LVAL OVC HCAL HVAL DCAL i=BAL OFAL + Symbol Description LSI OVERFLOW An overflow alarm occurred in the digital servo. FBAL PULCO DISCONNECTION A disconnected pulse coder alarm occurred. DCAL EXCESS I FROM MOTOR A regenerat...

  • Page 204

    Symbol Description (Action to be taken) APNZRN Absolute-positicn detection is not correlated with the reference position, (Action: Correlate absolute-pcsition detection with the reference position.) APPLSM A pulse err01 alarm occurred. (Action: Correlate the absdut+position detection with the ref...

  • Page 205

    (b) Screen 0 i Software information SYSTEM CONFIGURATION F15M9Ba) ROM OOl@ ini 081 OCl 101 141 181 1Cl 201 241 AAOlB@ VER ROM A@ 002 x 042 A 082 - oc2 A 102 A 142 182 - lC2 - 202 - 242 VER. A A A - A A - 00001 NO000 DRAM SIZE 2MBYTE@ MD1 *** STOP **** *rite 04:37:38 LSK @ Modelname @ Series and g...

  • Page 206

    0 3 0 4 0 5 0 6 (iii) Module ID ID number indicating the type of a printed circuit board Example High-speed main CPU board: xx62 (x: A number from 0 to F) For the module ID of each printed circuit board, see Section 1.3, “Printed Circuit Boards in the Control Unit.” Software ID Software serie...

  • Page 207

    6.2 Waveform Diagnosis Display (1) Press soft key [WAV-] F T WAVE DIAGNOSIS (GRAPH) 00000 NO0000 WAVE 1.x 2.Y 0 500 1000 1soo TIME(M) MEM +** STOP *++f *+* *** 03t14r18 I&K (2) Operation - [READ] - [PUNCH] [INPUTj FJDI L wow - ,-, WSl t1 _ ws1 Cl - WIWI - WS2Cl 5 D 4 - PJDJ 200

  • Page 208

    (3) Operation method (a) Screen Three display screen s are provided for the waveform diagnosis func- tion. This section describes how to display each screen. (i) WAVE DIAGNOSIS (GRAPH) screen T 4 0 ; &IT pA& De MMC bkzo tmvE -- l UAGUS ‘I t Press the [SERVICE] function selection soft ke...

  • Page 209

    IWE DLAGNOSIS(P-) 00000 NO0000 CONDITION m 0 DI/DO I x001.1 TRIGGER 3( x010.1 x001.2 DELAY TIME - 1000 x001.3 x001.4 TIME RANGE = 0 (25,50,100,200,400,8OOMS) ZERO SIFT I 0 (WAVE 1) (WAVE 2) DATA KIND I: ODATA KIND = 1 DATA RAPJGE - 1DATA RANGE - 2 DATA COLOR = 1000 DATA COLOR * 1000 WAVE COLOR - ...

  • Page 210

    0 2 TRIGGER 0 3 Enter the PMC address and bit number corresponding to a trigger signal in theTRIGGERfield on the WAVE DIAGNOSIS (PARAME- TER) screen. Valid data range : GOOO.O to GUI .7, FOOO.0 to F319.7, YOOO.0 to Y127.7, and X000.0 to Xl 27.7 TIME RANGE 0 4 Enter 25,50,100,200,400, or 800 in th...

  • Page 211

    0 7 Valid data range : Goo0.o to G511.7, FOOO.0 to F319.7, YOOO.0 to Y127.7, and X000.0 to Xl 27.7 DATA RANGE 0 8 Enter the value per graduation on the vertical axis of the graph (0 to 524287) in the DATA RANGE field on the WAVE DIAGNOSIS (PARAMETER) screen. ZERO SHIFT 0 9 Enter the value for the...

  • Page 212

    0 5 AXIS ASSIGN 0 6 Enter one of the following settings in the AXIS ASSIGN field on the WAVE DIAGNOSIS (PARAMETER) screen. 1 to (the number of controlled axes): Servo axis number DATA RANGE 0 7 0 8 Enter the value per graduation on the vertical axis of the graph (0 to 524287) in the DATA RANGE fi...

  • Page 213

    (iii) (iv) 0 V 0 (9) Specifying the display range of the horizontal axis TO enlarge or reduce the display range of the horizontal axis, enter atimepergraduationintheTIMERANGEfieldontheWAVEDIAG- NOSIS (PARAMETER) screen. Specifying the value of the zero point To move the display range for the vert...

  • Page 214

    (iii) (iv) 0 1 0 2 l When servo-alarm type data has not been traced since the pow- er was turned on Inputting waveform diagnosis data When waveform diagnosis data that was output is input to the CNC controller, the servo-alarm waveform diagnosis data recorded by the CNC controller is replaced wit...

  • Page 215

    @ Identifier word and axis-number word [T[6[O[A[l[;[T[6[2[A[=[;[ --, -l-O@ Pairs of identifier and axis-number words specify the order to input waveform data blocks in 4. 0 4 The above example shows that waveform data blocks are input in the following order: Positional deviation waveform data for...

  • Page 216

    t Stops reading and displays soft keys io @. Stops feeding paper tape, if it is being fed, and starts punching. lr Stop punching aad displays soft keys in @. (Notel) When the start condition and axis number are specified again to edit the displayed waveforms after waveform data is sampled, the or...

  • Page 217

    6.3 Spindle Monitor Screen (1) Press soft key [SERVICE]. SPINDLE MONITOR 01000 NO000 :AL=27(PC DISCON. 1 OPERATION :SP.CONTOURING CONTROL FEED.SPEED : 100 DEG/MIN MOTOR SPEED i 150 RPM 50 100 150 200(%) LOAD METER llrlllllllllllllllllI ----------- --ll---c--II CONTROL INPUT :MRDY *ESP ORCM CONTRO...

  • Page 218

    CONTROL INPUT: Displays upto ten of the following signals when they are c Symbol NWTle Symbol NEUYW TLML Torque restrict command LOW * ESP External stop instruction TLMH Torque restrict command HIGH SPSL Spindle select command Power line switching com- plete signal CTHI Clutch/gear ratio MCFN CTH...

  • Page 219

    64 8 Interface between CNC and PMC/MT and Dis- playing I/O signals. (1) Series 15-MAKA The relation the I/O Signals between CNC, PMC, and the machine is as follows. Series 1 !%lTA The relation the I/O Signals between CNC, PMC, and the machine is as CNC follows. - Commor tool posts TOOI P-1 G096- ...

  • Page 220

    6.4.1 List of I/O signals Related input signal I No. Function Signal Address Address for lT name for M/T ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 1 Ready 2 Mode s&ction S GOO3.0 GO97.0 H GOO3.1 (x97.1 J GO03.2 G097.2 D GO03.3 GO97.3 T GO03.4 MEM GO03.5 G097.5 EDT GO03.6 G097.6 AGJ GO03.7 G097.7 MOVL GO02.4 G098.4...

  • Page 221

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for l-l- name for M/T r HEAD #I HEAD #2 MA FOOO. 7 F096.7 SA FOOO. 6 F096.6 MS FOO3.0 FO99.0 MH FOO3.1 F099.1 MJ FO03.2 F099.2 MD FO03.3 F099.3 MT FO03.4 MMEM FO03.5 F099.5 MEDT FO03.6 F099.6 MAGJ FO03.7 F099.7 MMOVL FO02.4 F098.4 RST FOOO. 2 Fo96.2 RW...

  • Page 222

    Related output signal I No. Function Signal Address Address for lT name for MTT HEAD #I HEAD #2 6 Manual continus +Jl GO65 0 G129.0 f-d, +J2 GO69.0 G133.0 Manual step feed +J3 G073.0 G137.0 +J4 G077.0 G141.0 +J5 GO81.0 G145.0 +J6 G085.0 G149.0 +J7 GO89.0 G153.0 +J8 GO93.0 G157.0 +J9 GO97.0 G161.0...

  • Page 223

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for TT name for M/T ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 216

  • Page 224

    Related input signal I No Function l Signal Address Address for IT name for M/T ’ HEAD #1 HEAD #2 8 Three+jimensional ALNGH Gl56.0 handle feed RGHTH Gl56.1 RNDH G156.2 CNGTL G156.3 9 Manual interruption NOT3DM Gl57#7 function for three- dimensional coor- dinate conversion 10 Manual arbitrary AJ...

  • Page 225

    Related output signal Signal Addres Address for l-T name for M/T HEAD #I HEAD #2 3DM F157#5 218

  • Page 226

    Related input signal 1 No. Function Signal Address Address for TT name for M/T / HEAD #I HEAD #2 12 Reference position ZRN GO02.7 G098.7 return *DECl G064.5 G128.5 *DEC2 G068.5 G132.5 +DEC3 G072. 5 G136.5 *DEC4 G076.5 G140.5 *DECS G080.5 G144.5 *DECG G084.5 G148.5 +DEC7 G088.5 G152.5 *DEW G092.5 ...

  • Page 227

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for lT name for M/T ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 MZRN FOOZ. 7 F098.7 ZPI FO64.0 F128.0 ZP2 FO68.0 Fl32.0 ZP3 FO72.0 F136.0 ZP4 FO76.0 F140.0 ZP5 FO80.0 F144.0 ZP6 FO84.0 F148.0 ZP7 FO88.0 F152.0 ZP8 FO92.0 F156.0 ZP9 FO96.0 F160.0 ZPIO FlOO. 0 F164.0 ZP21 F064....

  • Page 228

    Related input signal L No. Function Signal Address Address for l-l- for M/T k HEAD #I HEAD #2 13 Floating reference position return 14 Automatic refer- RASTl G067. G131.2 ence position set- RAST2 GO71. G135.2 ting function RAST3 G075.2 G139.2 15 Automatic opera- ST GOO5.0 woo. 0 tion start, stop,...

  • Page 229

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for TT- nerne for M/T ’ HEAD #l HEAD #2 FRPl F065.5 F129.5 FRPZ F069.5 F133.5 FRP3 F073.5 f137.5 FRP4 F077.5 F141.5 FRPS F081.5 F145.5 FRP6 F085.5 F149.5 FRP7 F089.5 F153.5 FRPS F093.5 F157.5 FRP9 F097.5 F161.5 FRPl 0 FlOl. 5 F165.5 OP FOOO. 5 F096.5...

  • Page 230

    Related input signal No. Function Signal Address Address for -IT name for M/T ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 20 Optional block skip BDTl GO04.2 GO04.2 G052.2 BDT2 GOO7.0 GOO7.0 GO55 0 BDT3 GOO7.1 GOO7.1 G055.1 BDT4 GO07.2 GO07.2 G055.2 BDTS GO07.3 GO07.3 G055.3 BDT6 GO07.4 GO07.4 G055.4 BDT7 GO07.5 GO07.5 G...

  • Page 231

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for Tl- name for MK HEAD #l HEAD #2 MBDTl FO04.2 Fool. 2 F049.2 MBDT2 FOO5.0 FOO2.0 FO50.0 MBDT3 FOO5.1 FOO2.1 FO50.1 MBDT4 FO05.2 FO02.2 FO50.2 MBDTS FO05.3 FO02.3 FO50.3 MBDTG FO05.4 FO02.4 FO50.4 MBDT7 F005.5 FO02.5 FO50.5 MBDTB FO05.6 FO02.6 FO50.6...

  • Page 232

    Related input signal 1 No. Function Signal Address Address for l-l- name for M/T ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 24 1 block plural M (FIN) GO05 1 command (MFIN) GO46.0 MFIN2 G047.1 MFIN3 G047.2 MFlN4 G047.3 MFINS G047.4 25 External operation (FIN) GO05 1 GO05 1 G053.1 26 Canned cycle FFIN GO05.2 GO05.2 G053....

  • Page 233

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for lT name for M/T ’ HEAD #l HEAD #2 W) FOO8.0 MF2 FO45.1 MF3 Fw5.2 MF4 F045.3 MF5 F045.4 (MO to FO16 to M31) FOlQ M200 to F144 to M215 F145 M300 to F146 to M315 F147 M400 to F148 to M415 F149 M500 to F150 to M515 Fl51 EF FO08.4 FO04.4 F052.4 (DEN) ...

  • Page 234

    Related input signal . No. Function Signal Address Address for -lT name for MTT ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 31 Spindle serial out- TLMIA G227.0 G227.0 put Cs contour f TLMHA G227.1 G227.1 control CTH2A G227.2 G227.2 CTHIA G227.3 G227.3 SRVA G227.4 G227.4 SFRA G227.5 G227.5 For 1st axis ( ORCMA G227.6 G22...

  • Page 235

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for lT name for M/T ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 SLDMAOto F232 to F232 to F233 SLDMA15 F233 SSPDAOto F234 to F234 to F235 SSPDA15 F235 SSPAAOto F236 F236 SSPAA7 ALMA F229.0 F229.0 SSTA F229.1 F229.1 SDTA F229.2 F229.2 SARA F229.3 F229.3 LDTlA F229.4 F229.4 LDT2...

  • Page 236

    Related input signal 1 No. Function Signal Address Address for Tt name for Mrr HEAD #I HEAD #2 32 Serial interface (ORCMA) G227.6 G227.6 spindle position (INDXA) 0229.0 G229.0 coder method (ROTAA) 01229.1 G229.1 spindle orientation SHAOO to G230 to G230 to G231 SHAl 1 G231 (ORCMB) 0235.6 0235.6 (...

  • Page 237

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for l-i- name for Mn- 1 HEAD #I HEAD #2 (ORARA) F229.7 F229.7 (ORARB) F245.7 F245.7 MSPSYC F046.6 Fill. 6 MSPPHS F046.7 Flll. 7 SPSYAL F046.5 Flll. 5 RCFNA F228.3 F228.3 RCHPA F228.2 F228.2 RCFNB F244.3 F244.3 RCHPB F244.2 F244.2 SPNO FOl3.0 FO61. 0 SP...

  • Page 238

    Related input signal No. Function Signal Address Address for lT name for M/T HEAD #l HEAD #2 37 Axis move status outplJt 38 Mirror image MI1 G065.2 G129.2 Ml2 G069.2 G133.2 Ml3 G073. 2 G137.2 Ml4 G077.2 G141.2 Ml5 G081.2 G145.2 Ml6 G085.2 G149.2 Ml7 G089.2 G153.2 Ml8 G093.2 G157.2 Ml9 G097.2 G161...

  • Page 239

    Related output signal Signal name Address for M/T Address for lT HEAD#l 1 HEAD#2 INPl INP2 INP3 INP4 INP5 INP6 INP7 lNP8 INP9 INPlO MVl Mv2 Mv3 Mv4 Mv5 MV6 Mv7 MV8 Mv9 MvlO MD1 MD2 MD3 MD4 MD5 MD6 MD7 MD8 MD9 MD10 F064.6 F068.6 F072.6 F076.6 FO80.6 F084.6 F088.6 F092.6 F096.6 FlOO. 6 F064.2 F068....

  • Page 240

    Related input signal I No. Function Signal Address Address for IT name for M/T HEAD #l HEAD #2 39 Over travel * +Ll GO64.0 G128.0 *+L2 GO68.0 G132.0 * +L3 G072.0 Gl36.0 * +L4 G076.0 G140.0 * +L5 GO80.0 G144.0 * +L6 G084.0 G148.0 * +L7 GO88.0 G152.0 * +L8 GO92.0 G156.0 * +L9 GO96.0 G160.0 * +LlO G...

  • Page 241

    Related output signal 234

  • Page 242

    Related input signal No. Function Signal Address Address for l-I- name for MrT ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 42 Interlock * IT GOOO. 0 GO96.0 * AIT GOOl. 0 GOOl. 0 GO49.0 * CSL GOOO. 1 GOOO. 1 GO48.1 * BSL GOOl. 1 GOOl. 1 GO49.1 * IT1 G064.4 G128.4 * IT2 G068.4 G132.4 * IT3 G072.4 G136.4 * IT4 G076.4 G140....

  • Page 243

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for -TT name for M/T ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 MDTCHl F064.7 F128.7 MDTCHZ F068.7 F132.7 MDTCH3 F072.7 F136.7 MDTCH4 F076.7 F140.7 MDTCH5 FO80.7 F144.7 MDTCH6 F084.7 F148.7 MDTCH7 F088.7 F152.7 MDTCH8 F092.7 F156.7 MDTCH9 F096.7 F160.7 MDTCHlO FlOO. 7 F164.7...

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    Related input signal , No. Function Signal Address Address for lT name fOf M/T HEAD #l HEAD #2 47 External input/out- EXPUN GO32.0 G112.0 put command EXRD G032.1 G112.1 EXSTP G032.2 G112.2 48 External work WNI GOlQ. 0 GOIQ. 0 G067.0 number search WN2 GOlQ. 1 GOlQ. 1 G067.1 WN4 GOlQ. 2 GOlQ. 2 G06...

  • Page 245

    I Related output signal Signal Address Address for -IT name for MrT ’ HEAD #l HEAD #2 RPBSY FO07.4 F102.4 EOSTB F032.7 F112.7 EIREND F032.5 F112.5 ESEND FO07.5 FO03.5 F051. 5 EOADto F033 F113 EOA7 EODO to F034 to F114 to F119 EOD47 F039 EOHEAD F112.4 HDOO FO47.0 F107.0 HDOl FO47.1 F107.1 HD02 F...

  • Page 246

    Related input signal No. Function Signal Address Address for lT name for lvlrr ’ HEAD #l HEAD #2 54 Direct input of off- GOQSM G028.7 G028.7 G076. 7 set value mea- WOQSM G028.6 G028. 6 G076. 6 sured B WOSET G026.7 G026. 7 G074. 7 + MIT1 GO66.0 Gl30.0 - MIT1 G066.1 G130.1 + MIT2 G070.0 G134.0 - ...

  • Page 247

    Signal name TLCHA TLCHB Related output signal Address for M/T Fo07.6 FO07.7 Address for lT HEAD #l 1 HEAD #2 FO03.6 FO03.7 F051.6 F051.7 240

  • Page 248

    Related input signal Signal name TRRTN TRESC 0 u-0 0 PI 0 (MEN (EDT) VW (+JV (+ J2) (+ J3) (+ J4) (+ J5) (+ J6) (- Jl) (- J2) (- J3) (- J4) (- J5) (- J6) RT HSlA HSl B HSl C HSl D MPl MP2 MP4 ROVl ROV2 * JVoto *JV15 “FVO to *R/7 BDTl SBK MLK DRN KEY1 KEY2 KEY3 KEY4 * SP Address Address for lT f...

  • Page 249

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for l-l- name for M/T ’ HEAD #1 HEAD #2 TRSPS F044.5 TRMTN F044.4 TRACT F044.3 so F129.0 HO F129.1 JO F129.2 MD10 F129.3 TO F129.4 MEMO F129.5 EDT0 F129.6 ZRNO F128.7 +JlO F136.0 +J20 F136.2 +J30 F136.4 +J40 F136. 6 +J50 F138.0 +J60 F138.2 410 F136.1...

  • Page 250

    Related input signal L No. Function Signal Address Address for -IT name for M/T HEAD #I HEAD #2 58 Run hour display TMRON GO08 7 GO08.7 59 Parts count display 60 Key input G128 to G139 61 Index table index- * BECLP G019. 7 ing * BEUCL G019. 6 62 Turret axis control * TECLP G030.3 * TEUCL G030.2 T...

  • Page 251

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for lT name for M/T ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 PRTSF F043.6 F012.6 FO60.6 BCLP FOQ7.1 BUCLP FOO7.0 TCLP FO43.1 TUCLP FO43.0 SYNER F153.1 244

  • Page 252

    Related input signal , Jo. Function Signal Address Address for lT name for MrT ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 68 Tool post interfer- ence check 69 Ovefri* play back OMEP GOlO. 6 OME GOlO. 5 SPA G029.0 . SPB G029.1 SPC G029.2 70 Depth+f<ut over- CDVO to GO27 rideufcanned CDV7 cycle for lathe 71 Rigid tap ...

  • Page 253

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for -l-T name for M/T ’ HEAD #l HEAD #2 TICHK F120.0 SPA0 F042.4 SPBO F042.5 SPCO F042.6 RTAP FO40.4 RSPP F155.0 RSPM F155.1 RSPC F155.2 RVSL F044.2 FO02.3 MTCHI N (SPAO) F042.4 (SPBO) F042.5 (APCO) F042.6 246

  • Page 254

    Related input signal L No. Function Signal Address Address for -l-T name for M/T HEAD #l HEAD #2 76 Axis control by MSBKl G384.7 G384.7 PMC CDlXO to G385 G385 CDlX7 FDlXO to G386 to G386 to G387 FDlXlS G387 DTlXO to G388 to G388 to G391 DTlX31 G391 1st axis PMCAl ’ FIST1 G066.7 G130.7 G066.6 G1...

  • Page 255

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for l-l- name for M/T ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 CNCAI F066.7 F130.7 DEN1 F066.6 F130.6 BUFI F066.5 FI30.5 CNCA2 FO70.7 F134.7 DEN2 FO70.6 F134.6 BUF2 F070.5 F134.5 CNCA3 F074.7 F136.7 DEN3 F074.6 F138.6 BUF3 F074.5 F136.5 248

  • Page 256

    Related input signal I No. Function Signal Address Address for -IT name for M/T HEAD #I HEAD #2 76 Axis control by MSBK4 G408.7 G408.7 PMC f cD4xoto G409 G409 cD4x7 FD4XO to G410 to G410 to G4II FD4XI 5 G4II DT4XO to G412 to G412 to G415 DT4X31 G415 PMCA4 4th axis ( RsT4 G078.7 G142.7 G078.6 G142...

  • Page 257

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for lT name for M/T ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 CNCA4 F078.7 F142.7 DEN4 FO78.6 F142.6 BUF4 F078.5 F142.5 CNCAS F082.7 F146.7 DEN5 F082.6 F146.6 BUFS F082.5 F146.5 CNCAG FO86.7 Fl50.7 DEN6 F086.6 F150.6 BUF6 FO86.5 F150.5 250

  • Page 258

    Related input signal . No. Function Signal Address Address for lT name for M/T HEAD #I HEAD #2 76 Axis control by MSBK7 G432.7 G432.7 PMC ’ CD7XOto G433 G433 CD7X7 FD7XO to G434 to G434 to G435 FD7Xl5 G435 DT7XO to G436 to G436 to G439 DT7X31 G439 PMCA7 7thaxis ( FIST7 G090.7 G154.7 G090.6 G154...

  • Page 259

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for l-T= name for Mrl- ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 CNCA7 FOQO. 7 F154.7 DEN7 FOQO. 6 F154.6 BUF7 FOQO. 5 F154.5 CNCA8 F094.7 F158.7 DEN8 F094.6 F158.6 BUF8 FOQ4.5 F158.5 CNCAQ F098.7 F162.7 DEN9 F098.6 F162.6 BUFQ FOQ8.5 F162.5 252

  • Page 260

    Related input signal VO. Function r 7 Signal Address Address for TT name for M/T ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 76 Axis control by MSBKlOC G456.7 G456.7 PMC ’ CDlOXO to G457 G457 CD1 OX7 FDl OX0 to G458 to G458 to G459 FDlOX15 G459 DTlOXO to G460 to G460 to G463 DTl OX31 G463 1Othaxis PMCAlO G102.7 G166.7...

  • Page 261

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for Tl- name for Mrr ’ HEAD #l HEAD #2 >NCAlO F102.7 F166.7 )ENlO F102.6 F166.6 3UFlO F102.5 F166.5 MFlX Fo46.0 FlO6.0 MF2X FO46.1 F106.1 MF3X F046.2 F106.2 AFlXO to F141 F103 AFlX7 AF2XO to F142 F104 AF2X7 AF3XO to F143 F105 AF3X7 254

  • Page 262

    Related input signal r Jo. Function Signal Address Address for lT name for M/T ’ HEAD #l HEAD #2 80 NC window WHEAD Glll. 0 81 Remote buffer RMTIO Gl52.0 RMTI 1 Gl52.1 RMTl2 G152.2 RMTI3 G152.3 RMTl4 G152.4 RMTl5 G152. 5 RMTl6 G152.6 RMTl7 G152.7 82 Load meter display SPA G029.0 SPB G029.1 SPC ...

  • Page 263

    Related output signal Signal Address Address for IT name for IVlrT ’ HEAD #I HEAD #2 BGEDT F043.3 F120.4 RMTOO F152.0 RMTOl F152.1 RMT02 F152.2 RMT03 F152.3 RMTO4 F152.4 RMTOS F152.5 RMTOG F152.6 RMT07 F152.7 PSWOl F165. PSWO2 OF1 65. PSWO3 1 F165. PSWO4 2F165. PSWO5 3F165. PSWO6 4F165. PSWO7 5...

  • Page 264

    6.4.2 Address list The address list has two rows on each address. Each row shows the follow- ing products. Address (PMC-NA) Bit No. O-7 Address (PMGNB) For 1 GlTB tool posts 1 and 2 may be assigned identical signals separately. These identical signals have the symbols #I and #2 so that they can b...

  • Page 265

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 AGJ EIX MEM T D J H S GO03 GO03 , \ / MLK DLK ABS ovc SBK BIX’l DRN AFL GO04 GO04 ’ I ovc BDT #l Rl GO04 r / KEY4 KEY3 KEY2 KEY1 FlD FFIN FIN SI’ GO05 GO05 ’ 1 FFIN FIN #l Ul GO05 l . RT ROV2 ROVl MP4 MP2 MPl GO06 GO06 ’ BFIN TFIN SFIN Rl #l Ul MFIN GOO6 Ul BDT9 BDT8 BDT...

  • Page 266

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 *JV15 ‘JV14 +JV13 l JVl2 ‘JVll l JVlO l JV9 ‘JV8 GO15 GO14 , ‘JV7 ‘JV6 “JV5 ‘JV4 *JV3 ‘JV2 *JVl l JVO GO14 GO15 , \ / ALsm -AJ +AJ AJAl2 AJAll AJAlO AJA9 AJA8 GO17 GO16 , 1 1 AJA7 AJA6 AJAS AJA4 AJA3 AJA2 AJAl AJAO GO16 GO17 , \ AJP2D AJP2c AJP2B AJP2A AlPlD AJPlC ...

  • Page 267

    wo GS4 GS2 GSl *SEC ‘SEU SET LP CL DVAL SPSTP GO26 GO26 ’ wo GS4 GS2 *SEC ‘SEU SPSTP SET 11 Ul Rl GSl Lp CL #l GO26 CDV7 CDV6 CDVS CDV4 CDV3 CDv2 CDVl CDVO GO27 GO27 / GOQ WOQ SM SM OFN5 OFN4 OFN3 OFN2 OFNl OFNO GO28 GO28 L GOQS WOQ OFNS oFN4 0FN3 0FN2 OFNl OFNO M r1 SMUl Ul #l #l #l #l #l ...

  • Page 268

    EID23 EID22 EID21 EID20 EIDl9 EID18 Em7 EIDl6 GO38 GO37 ’ u1123 UK22 UI 121 u1120 u1119 UIl18 UIl17 U1116 Go38 Ul #l #l Ul Ul #l Wl #l EID15 EIDlJ EID13 EID12 EIDll EIDlO EID9 EID8 GO37 GO38 ’ u1115 U1114 U1113 u1112 UIlll UIllO u1109 u1108 GO37 #l #l Ul #1 #l #l #l #l EID7 EID6 EID5 EID4 EID...

  • Page 269

    UIO31 UIO30 U1029 u1028 UI027 UlO26 U102.5 UIO% GO51 GO48 ’ 1 SKIP1 UNIT ‘CSL #2 #2 #2 GO48 I t u1023 u1022 UIO21 UIO20 U1019 UIO18 UI017 UI016 GO50 GO49 ’ AE3 AE2 AEl ‘BSL ‘AIT 12 #2 #2 #2 #2 GO49 \ / u1015 UI014 UI013 u1012 UIOll UIOlO UIOO9 u1008 GO49 GO50 BRN #2 GO50 I_ \ 4 UIO07 UI...

  • Page 270

    UI207 UK206 UK?05 UI204 UI203 UI202 u1201 UI200 GO56 GO59 / U1331 UI3,30 U1329 U1328 U1327 U1326 U1325 U1324 GO63 GO60 ’ ‘FV7 l Fv6 ‘FV5 l FV4 ‘FV3 l FV2 “FVl *FVO #2 #2 #2 #2 & #q 12 #2 t2 G060 \ UI323 u1322 U1321 UI320 UI319 U1318 U1317 U1316 GO63 GO61 ’ l AFv7 l AFV6 ‘AFVS l ...

  • Page 271

    GO70 PMCA2 R!Fn SIT2 SBK2 PCAXZ SYNC2 -MI-n +MIT2 GO70 / SCNTR VCSKP 2 2 ‘ACT2 DVAL2 RUT2 GO71 GO71 L L 4 DTCH3 *svF3 ‘DEC3 *IT3 +-ED3 l tED3 *-L3 ‘+L3 GO72 GO72 RISGN RI12 RI11 RI10 w2 #2 #2 #2 RI9#2 RI8#2 GO73 *a3 PK3 MLIi3 MI3 -53 +J3 GO73 GO73 ’ RI7 RI6 #2 RI5 #2 Rl4#2 RI3#2 RI2 #2 RI...

  • Page 272

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 ‘a5 PKS MLK5 MIS -J5 +J5 GO81 GO81 UI023 UIO22 UIa21 u1020 UIO19 UI018 UI017 UI016 #2 62 #2 #2 #2 #2 R2 #2 GO82 PMcfts RsT5 STPS SBK5 ECAXS smc5 -MIT5 +MITS- GO82 GO82 ’ UIO15 UIO14 UI013 UIO12 UIOll UIOlO UIOO9 UIOO8 GO81 #2 #2 #2 t2 #2 #2 #2 #2 SCNT VCSK \ l ACI’ DVAL RAST...

  • Page 273

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 SCNT VCSK *Aa DVAL RAZX R7 P7 F7 7 7 GO91 GO91 r UI207 UK06 ums UK?04 u1203 UI202 UI201 #2 #2 u2 #2 #2 #2 #2 u1200 GO88 #2 DXH8 ‘SVFS ‘DEC8 *IT?3 *-ED8 ‘+EDS ‘-Is l +La Go92 GO92 U1331 UI330 U1329 UI328 UI327 U1326 UI325 U132ro #2 - #? #2 #2 #2 #2 u2 #2 GO95 ‘all PK8 ML....

  • Page 274

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G102 PMCA m m 10 10 10 SBK PCAX SYNC -MIT +MlT 10 10 10 10 10 G102 HS3D HS3C HS3B HS3A G102 SCNT VCSK ‘ACT+ DVAL W G103 RlO PlO FlO 10 10 G103 I HS2D HS2C HS2B HS2A HSlD HSlC HSlB HSlA G103 (MD1 KEY IMAGE SIGNAL) G128 G128 I m-cm *svF1 ‘DECl *IT1 *-ED1 ‘+EDl *-Ll .+Ll G128 (...

  • Page 275

    (MD1 KEY IMAGE SIGNAL) G138 G138 1 PMcx3 RST3 STP3 SBK3 ~cxn -Mm +MIT3 G138 / (MD1 KEY IMAGE SIGNAL) G139 G139 ’ ~ VCSKP 3 3 ‘ACE3 G139 t \ A G140 . mcH4 ‘SvF4 *DE4 *IT4 *-ED4 l +ED4 *-IA *+IA G140 / T \ / G141 1 I MLx4 MI4 -J4 +J4 G141 \ / G142 1 7 PMcA4 RST4 STPJ SBK4 Pcxx4 -MIT4 +MIT4 G1...

  • Page 276

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 TCHlS m14 -m-i13 xsl2 IrId11 TcHlO mo9 TCHOB Gl51 G150 1 1 PMCA6 RSI’6 STP6 SBK6 PcAxts -MIT6 +MIT6 G150 4 mo7 mo6 mos mo4 ?cHo3 Tao2 mo1 Rmo G150 I G151 s_ VCSKP 6 6 ‘ACIIS RASI’6 G151 4 RMTIRMTiRMTIRMTIRMTIRMllRMllRMTI G152 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G152 r ma47 l sVF7 .DECY ‘IT7 *...

  • Page 277

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 NRSR WR Z-IRM G161 G161 ’ MLK9 MI9 -J9 +J9 G161 A AGR DY CLRDY HNDc ALAx PTE PTS G162 D TCST “M” G162 PMCW RST9 SrP9 SBK9 pcAx9 -MIT9 +MIT9 G162 I \ / HVON RUN AGST BE MON SHlrON *BEM %HT Lc Lc G163 G163 , SCWR VCSKP 9 9 *ACTIF G163 POV7 POV6 POW POV4 POV3 POV2 POW POVO G164...

  • Page 278

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 \ Gl73 G173 / 1 , \ / G174 Gl74 , \ / G175 G175 , t r . G192 ’ wMcN wblau WMCN wh4cN WMCN WMCN wh4a WMcN 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 G195 G1g3 WMCN WMCS WMCN WMCN WMCN WIWN WMa wrbYcN 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 G194 A / A / G1g4 WMCN WMau WMCN WMCN WMCN WMCN WMCN wMcN 15 14 13 12 11 10...

  • Page 279

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 c / i G201 WmG wmx2 wnx2 wTw2 WroGl wxxx -1 WmGl , G202 23 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 t 3 G202 WmG WmGl WNxl wmxl w-1 -' Wl0G9 WlDG8 G201 1s 4 3 2 1 0 G203 '_ , 7 WIDG6 Wmm wnx4 wro~3 wrw2 wm~l wnxw G200 I v G204 . , G204 + \ L G205 1 G205 1 G206 1 G206 t G207 G207 a / T G208 ' 1 ARIl5 ARIl4 A...

  • Page 280

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 / MRD ORC CI’H2 TLMH TLML YA MA SFRA SRVA yl A A A G227 G227 r MRD ORC CI’H2 TLMH TLML -YA MA SFRA SRVA yl A A A G227 t G228 r MPO FA MPO FA F MoR G228 CMA MoR G228 CMA RCH MFN INCM OVRI NRRO RO HGA HGA DA DE A IND G229 TAA XA G229 I RCH MFN INCM OVRI HGA HGA DA DEA NRRO RO IN...

  • Page 281

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 RCH MFN INCM OVRI NRRO RO 1 INDX 1 HGB HGB DB DEB B TAB G237 1 I B I r.327 VW, RCH MFN INCM OVRI NRRO RO INDX HGB HGB DB DEB B TAB B G237 / SHBll SHBlO SHBC@ SHBO0 G239 G238 . SHBll SHBlO SHB09 SHBOB G239 , r SHB07 SHB06 SHBOS SHBW SHB03 SHB02 SHBOl SHBOO G238 G239 1 ! SHB07 SHBO6...

  • Page 282

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 OVlOX 7 OVlOX6 OVlOX5 OVlOX4 OVlOX3 OVlOX2 OVlOXl OVlOXO G377 G377 L OVlOX 7 OVlOX6 OVlOX5 OVlOX4 OVlOX3 OVlOX2 OVlOXl 0v10x0 G377 G378 G378 ’ , G378 Y G379 G379 L G379 G380 G380 1 G380 G381 G381 1 G381 G382 G382 G382 G383 OVA7 OVA6 OVA5 OVA4 OVA3 OVA2 OVA1 OVA0 G383 OVA7 OVA6 O...

  • Page 283

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 DTlX DTlX MIX m-1x DTlX DTlX DTlX MIX 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 G391 G388 1 DTlX DTlX MIX DTlX DTlX DTlX DTlX DTlX G391 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 G389 1 DTlX DTlX DTlX DTlX D’IIX DTlX DTlX DTlX 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 G390 , G390 DTlX DTlX DTlX DTlX DTlX DTlX MIX MIX 15 13 12 11 10 ...

  • Page 284

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 \ / MZY M2X IY’EK IYI2X D’I2X M2X ‘JYEK M2X 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 G397 G398 . M2X DT2X DT2X M2X D-RX DT2X M2X MZX 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 G397 I Dl2X DT2X D’T’ZK M’S DT2X DT’2X IYI2X DT2X 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G3% G399 1 IYr2x IYr2X DT2.X DT2X DT2X DT2X DT2X D’I2X 7 6 5 4 ...

  • Page 285

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 / MSKBI G408 G408 I MSKB4 G408 + axX7 cD4X6 cD4X5 axx4 cD4X3 cD4X2 cD4Xl ~04x0 CM@ G409 1 aI4x7 CD4X6 cD4x5 cD4x4 cD4X3 CDIYL? cD4Xl (34x0 CM9 \ FD4X FD4X FD4X FD4X FDQX FD4X FDIX FDIX 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 G411 G410 1 I FD4X FD4X FD4X FD4X FD4X FD4X FD4X FD4X 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 ...

  • Page 286

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 \ I FDSX FDSX FDSX FD5X FDSX FDSX FDSX FDSX 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 G419 G418 1 FDSX FDSX FDZX FDSX FDSX FDSX FDSX FDSX G419 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 \ / FDSX FDSX FDSX FDSX FDSX FDSX FDSX FDSX 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G418 G419 I FDSX FDSX FDZX FDSX FDSX FDSX FDSX FDSX G418 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 DTS...

  • Page 287

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 DT6X DT6X DT6X DT6X DT6X M’6X DT6X DT6X 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 G430 G429 1 M’6X DT6X DT6X DT6X DT6X DT6X M’6X M’6X 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 G430 DT6X DT6X DT6X M’6X DT6X M&X DT6X M’6X 15 G429 14 13 1’ L 11 10 9 8 G430 , DT6X DT6X DT6X M’6X DT6X m6X M’6X M’6...

  • Page 288

    7 2 1 0 DT7X DT7X DT7X D-RX DT7X M7X DT7X DT7X 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 G437 G438 1 DT7X M7X M7X DT7.y D’I7X M7X M7X DT7X G437 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 DT7X DT7X DT7X DT7X Dl7X M-7X DT7X DT7X G436 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G439 1 DT7X M7X DT7X DT7X DT7X M7X DT7X DT7X G436 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 4 MsicB8 G44-0 GM-0 1 ...

  • Page 289

    7 6 s 4 3 2 1 0 MSKB9 G448 G448 . MSKB9 G448 cD9x7 CD9X6 cD9XS m9x4 cD9X3 cD9X2 cD9Xl cD9xo G449 G449 p 1 m9x7 CD9X6 CD9XS m9x4 cm‘X3 cD9X2 cD9Xl cmxo G449 I r FD9X FD9X FD9X FD9X FD9X FD9X FD9X FD9X 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 G451 G450 b FD9X FD9X FD9X FD9X FD9X FD9X FD9X FD9X 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8...

  • Page 290

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO x15 x14 x13 x12 x11 x10 x9 X8 G459 G458 . FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO x15 x14 x13 x12 x11 x10 x9 X8 G459 FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO X7 X6 .X5 x4 X3 X2 Xl x0 G458 G459 1 FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO FDlO X7 X6 X...

  • Page 291

    Address Bit No. 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 MA SA OP sn sPL W AL RWD FOOO FOOO ’ css THRD RPD TAP IPEN DEN FOOO #l #l #1 Ul #l #l CSS TmD RPD TAP INCH DST IPEN DEN FOOl FOOl ’ 1 MBRN MBM-1 Wl #l FOOl / MZRN MBRN MM0 MSRN vL MTC MTES HIN T FOO2 FOO2 MBDT MBDT MBDT MBDT MBDT MBDT MBDT 9#1 MBDT Fo()3 8#1 7 ...

  • Page 292

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 R015 R014 R013 R012 Roll ROlO RO9 RO8 FOll FOlO ’ MR15 MR14 MR13 MR12 MRll MRlO MR9 MR8 #l #1 Rl Ul #l Ul #l #l FOll R07 R06 RO5 RO4 R03 R02 ROl ROO FOlO FOll ’ MR7 MR6 RM5 MR4 MR3 MR2 MRl MRO Rl #l #l #1 #l #l Ul #l FOlO AR15 AR14 AR13 AR12 AR11 ARlO AR9 AR8 F013 F012 ’ PRT...

  • Page 293

    7 6 5 4 3 2’ 1 0 S23 s22 s2l s20 s19 S18 s17 S16 F022 FO21 S23 s22 s21 s20 s19 S18 s17 #l #l Rl #l I1 #l Ul ‘16 F022 #1 \ s15 s14 s13 s12 Sll SlO s9 S8 FO21 F022 ’ s15 s14 s13 SlO s9 ;; 2 Sll#l #l S8 Ul #l #l #l Ul F021 s7 S6 S5 S4 S3 s2 Sl SO FO2O FO23 1 s7 Rl S6Rl s5 #I S4#1 s3 Ul s2 Ul S...

  • Page 294

    5 2 EI WTPA DUR REND LM WTP F032 FO32 / uoo31 uoo30 uoo29 UOO28 UO027 UO026 uoo25 UO024 Wl Wl 11 F035 #l Wl Wl Ul I1 EOA7 EOA6 EOA5 EOA4 EOA3 EOA2 EOAl EOAO F033 F033 ' 00023 uoo22 uoo21 uoo20 uoo19 UO018 uoo17 UO016 Wl #l 11 F034 Ul t1 Ul #l t1 \ EQD47 DOD46 mD45 EOD44 EOD43 EOD42 Em41 Em40 F035...

  • Page 295

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 ASRDY PRTSF TLJZS TLUGE BGEDT W 3CLP ‘KJCLP F043 F043 ’ UO207 UO206 uo203 uo204 00203 uo202 00201 Xl Wl Ul #l Wl #l Ul u0200 FM Wl RVSL ACDEC DWL FO44 FO44 , uo331 uo330 uo329 U0328 U0327 U0326 UO325 U0324 11 #l 11 F047 Wl Ul Wl Wl #l CMAX IBAIL MFS MF4 MF3 MF2 FO45 FO45 ’ u...

  • Page 296

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 UOllS uo114 uo113 uo112 UOlll UOllO UO109 uo108 F053 F054 ROlS R014 R013 R012 Roll RlO R09 R08 #2 #2 #2 #2 #2 #2 #2 #2 FOSS uo107 uom UOlOS uo104 uo103 uo102 UOlOl u0100 FO52 FOSS ’ R07 RO6 RO5 R04 R03 R02 ROl ROO #2 #2 R2 #2 #2 #2 #2 #2 F054 uo231 uo230 Uo229 uoz28 uom uo226 uo...

  • Page 297

    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 FRPl MMLK 1 MM11 FO65 FO65 M23 M22 M21 M20 Ml9 Ml8 Ml7 M16 FO66 #2 #2 #2 #2 #2 #2 #2 #2 1 CNCA DEN1 VCMD BUFl 1 EGBM FO66 1 1 FOtX L Ml5 Ml4 Ml3 Ml2 Ml1 Ml0 FO65 #2 #2 #2 #2 #2 #2 M9#2 M8#2 MSC SZRN F067 NTRl 1 F067 L M7 #2 M6#2 M5#2 M4 #2 M3#2 M2#2 M1#2 MO#2 FO64 MDT CH2 INP2 ZP4...

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    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 MSC SZRN NTR3 3 F075 F075 . T7 T6 TS T4 T3 T2 Tl TO F072 #2 #2 #2 #? L, t2 #2 ##2 #2 F076 MDT CH4 INP4 ZP44 ZP34 MD4 Mv4 ZP24 ZP4 F076 B31 B30 B29 B28 B27 B26 B25 B24 F079 #2 #2 #2 R2 R2 R2 #2 #2 \ FRP4 MMLK 4 MM14 F077 F077 1 B23 B22 B21 B20 B19 B18 B17 B16 F078 Wl #l #l #2 #2 #2...

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    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 FRP6 MMLK 6 h4MI6 FO85 FO85 1 U0123 uo122 uo121 uo120 uo119 UO118 uo117 U0116 F086 u2 #2 #2 #2 t2 w2 #2 #2 CNCA DEN6 VCMD BUF6 6 EGBM 6 6 F086 F086 . UOllS uo114 uo113 uo112 UOlll UOllO uo109 UOlOS F085 #2 12 #2 #2 #2 w2 #2 #2 uo107 UO106 UOlOS uo104 uo103 uo102 UOlOl UOloo F084 A...

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    5 3 2 1 0 MSC SZRN NTR8 8 FO95 FO95 uo307 UO306 uo305 uo304 uo303 UO302 uo301 uo300 F092 #2 w2 #2 #2 #2 #2 w2 #2 \ 4 MDT CH9 INP9 zP49 ZP39 MD9 MV9 ZP29 ZP9 F096 F096 MA SA OP STL SPL RSI’ AL RWD F096 / FRP9 yLK MM19 F097 F097 INCH DSI’ F097 / / CNCA DEN9 VCMD BUF9 9 EGBM 9 9 F098 F098 ’ MZ...

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    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fl05 ’ , AF3X AF3X AF3X AF3X AF3X AF3X AF3X AF3X 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 FlOS + F106 1 MF3X MF2X MFlX F106 F107 1 HD06 HDOS HD04 HD02 HDOl HDOO F107 / F108 . , FlO8 FlO9 F109 FllO ’ TRSPS TRMT ITRACT N FllO Flll ’ MSPHS MSPS SPSY YC AL Fill / \ / F112 ’ . EI EO WTPA DUR REND HEAD ...

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    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 . / F117 r EOD23 EOD22 EOD21 EOD20 EQD19 M)D18 EoD17 EoDl6 F118 0 r / F118 ’ . EODlS EOD14 EOD13 EOD12 EODll EODlO M)D9 E0D8 F117 I c \ / F119 L I mD7 ~0~6 EQDS EOD4 EOD3 EOD2 ISID1 EWO F116 r \ 4 FE0 1 BAXL IBATL BGEDT ‘REEL PBAlZ PBzn, -rIcnK F120 \ A F121 RMT RMTO RMTO RMTO...

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    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 A EDT0 MEMO To MD10 JO HO so F129 F129 ’ FRPl MML Kl MM11 F129 \ / MUCO SBKO BDlIO DRNO Fl30 F130 ’ CNC Al DEN1 BUFl F130 / KEY0 HSlDO HSlCO HSlBO HSlAO F131 F131 ’ 1 MSC F131 c r RTO ToV20 ROVlO MP40 MP20 MPlO F132 F132 ’ MDT INP2 ZP42 ZP32 MD2 MV2 ZP22 ZP2 F132 CH2 b / ...

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    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fl40 F140 MDT CH4 INP4 ZP44 ZP34 MD4 Mv4 ZP24 ZP4 Fl40 v- \ AFlx7 AFlX6 A,Fl?C5 AFlX4 AFlx3 AFlX2 AFlXl AFlXO F141 / F141 FRP4 MML K4 MM14 F141 r r \ AF2x7 Amos AK%5 AF2X4 AF2.X3 AF2X2 AF2Xl AF2XO F142 F142 CNC DEN4 BUF4 F142 A4 AF3X7 AF3X6 AF3X5 AF3x4 AF3X3 AF3X2 AF3Xl AF3xo F143...

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    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 MS07 Mm6 MS05 Mm4 MS03 MS02 MS01 MS00 F150 FlSl ’ MSC NTR6 F151 RMT RMT RMT RMT RMT RMT RMT RMT 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 F152 F152 1 MDT INP7 ZP47 ZP37 MD7 MV7 ZP27 ZP7 F152 CH7 UND REQR RE CHKE SYN SYN EDM RTR TR SYN RR ERR ER FIN F153 F153 FRP7 MR!y L MM17 F153 HEMG F154 F154 ...

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    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 b 4 F161 F161 1 FRP9 MML K9 MM19 F161 / \ F162 F162 CNC A9 DEN9 BUF9 F162 / F163 F163 ’ 1 MSC F163 \ 0 PSWlO PSW09 F165 F164 1 MDT CHlO INPlO zP410 zP310 MD10 MvlO zP210 ZPlO F164 k + \ PSWOa PSwo7 PSWO6 PSWOS PSW04 PSwo3 PSWO2 PSWOl F164 F165 ’ 1 FRPlO MML KlO MM1 10 F165 \ E...

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    TBoo7 moo6 l-Boos TBm4 TBoo3 moo2 moo1 TBmo F172 F172 , TEmlS mo14 TBo13 TBo12 TBoll IBolO moo9 iBooe F173 F173 =mo23 mo22 TBo21 TBmo ml9 IX018 no17 TBO16 F174 F174 , / . -fB@l TBo30 -ma29 TBo28 mca7 mm6 TBo25 TBcm F175 F175 , A r 300

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    5 3 2 1 0 \ / F192 1 PsWlO psWO9 F193 ‘r F193 PSWOB Pswo7 PSWO6 PSWOS I PSWO4 Pswo3 PSW02 PsWOl F192 / F194 ROlS R014 R013 R012 Roll ROlO R09 R08 #3 #3 #3 #3 #3 #3 #3 #3 F195 w A 1 Fl95 R07 R06 R05 R04 R03 R02 ROl ROO #3 #3 #3 #3 #3 #3 #3 #3 F194 + 301

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    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 b F224 F224 , F224 / b \ F225 F225 Y F225 / v \ # F226 F226 . I F226 1 \ / F227 F227 . I F227 v MO PO mR2A RAR2A Rm24 RCFNA RCHPA CFINA CHPA F228 F228 / MO PO IuR% RAR2A RAR2A RCFNA RCHPA CFINA CHPA F228 ORA TLA LDnA LDTlA SARA Fu MA SDTA SSTA m F229 F229 L ORA TLA LM2A LDTIA SARA...

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    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 SSPD SSPD SSPD SSPD SSPD SSPD SSPD SSPD A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 Al A0 F234 F235 L SSPD SSPD SSPD SSPD SSPD SSPD SSPD A7 A5 A4 A3 A2 Al SSPD Fm A6 A0 SSPA SSPA SSPA SSPA SSPA SSPA SSPA A7 A5 A4 A3 A2 Al SSPA Fm A6 A0 F236 1 SSPA SSPA SSPA SSPA SSPA SSPA SSPA A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 Al SSPA F23...

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    7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 F247 1 INCS PClD TB Em F247 INCS PClD TB En3 F247 S LD SLDM SLDM SLDM SLDM SLDM SLDM SLDM F249 MB15 B14 B13 B12 Bll BlO B9 B8 F248 S LD SLDM SLDM SLDM SLDM SLDM SLDM SLDM F249 MB15 B14 B13 B12 Bll BlO B9 B8 SLD SLDM SLDM SLDM SLDM SLDM SLDM SLDM F248 MB7 B6 B!5 B4 B3 B2 Bl BO F249...

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    71 l Configuration of CNC Machine Tool The following figure shows the configuration of the electrical system of the machine tool with which the Series 15-B is used. This manual describes how to connect the units illustrated in this diagram. The machine tool body, machine operator’s panel, power...

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    I . Machine I operator’s panel , 7 SMVO k amplifier \ (Note 2) (Note 3) (Natel) (Note 2) (Note 3) Machine tool \ I Sensor/ actuator I L 1 3 Spindle motor Refer to the YFANUC I/O Unit-Model A Connecting Maintenance Manual (B-61813E).” or the “FANUC I/O Unit-Model B Connecting Manual (B-621 6...

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    72 0 Configuration of the Control Unit (1) Control unit configuration of Series 15-B Optionboard Optionboard Optionboard Option 1 board Graphic display control Option board RISC MMC-II MMC-II Graphic MMC-II I ------. Communication control (Remote buff=) (DNC 1) F-BUS OPTION I 0 I F IL I t 1 1 1 P...

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    Power supply unit Sub board Main CPU board PMC board ON/OFF control ,------ SUB CPU CNC CPU PMC CPU I/O UNK Memory Card Power supply unit Al or BI 4ecis control spindle (x2) Analog I/O HDI x4 RS232C RS422 As control spindle (x2) CRT/MD1 RS232C x 2 HDIx4 MPGx3 Conversion control BASIC .’ ; ,: ;....

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    (2) Control unit configuration Series 15-B (Multiple axis) Option board Option board Option board Option 1 board Option board RISC MMC-I I MMC-I I Graphic MMC-III Graphic display control ti------. Communication contt=ol (Fknote buffer) (DNC 1) F-BUS .I.,. .: .‘. r : 1 ‘. .’ .:.. OPTI N : ...

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    Sub CPU board SUB CPU A-ii; i,, - H0lx4 RS232C RS422 Main CPU board CNC CPU I______ CRT/MD1 RS232C x 2 HDI x4 MPGx3 PMC board PMC CPU I/O UNK Memory Card .------ Conversion control Power supply unit ON/OFF contrd ------. Power supply unit Al or 81 Sub Main PMC PSU CPU CPU I I 0 I 1 0 I I 0 1 t Su...

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    (3) Configuration of Series 15-B additional locker used with multi- axis machines BUffH board _ AXES CPU board AXES CPU ------ 4-axis control spindle (xq Near zero MPGx3 Note) More than one axis CPU board may be used, depending on the system configuration. BUffM OPTIN ‘.:. L .‘_’ _‘. ‘....

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    AXES CPU board AXES CPU 4-axis control spindle (x2) Near zero Power supply unit ON/OFF COWOl b-w---- Power supply unit Al a- BI BASIC t I AXES CPU I 1 PSU .’ ‘.‘. : 1. ::, ‘. : . . .’ I 1 BUF FER AXES CPU t 1 PSU 312

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    73 Total Connection (1.) ConnectiondiagramforSeies 1 !S-TB/lTB/MB/TFB/lTFB/MFB (incase of serial spindle) C 0 N T R 0 L U N I T ‘OWER SUPPLY AC-IN (CPl ) AC-OUT(CP2 ) AC-0UT(CP3 ) ON/OFF(CP4 ) +24V(CP5 ) +24E(CP6 ) ‘MC BOARD MEM CARD (ICMC) IOLINK (JDlA) MAIN CPU CRT(JA1 ) MDI (JA2 ) R232-1 (...

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    AC 200V - 240V POWER ON/OFF fj [ CN2 CRT/MD1 fJ [ CNl UNIT -1 9 CNKl ttt=j RS232C I/O DEVICE x3 HIGH SPEED DI x 4 POSITION I I - -- - _ -- - CODER SPINDLE OPTICAL \ FIBER 1ST SERVO AC1 OOV CABLE AMP Tl AC2OOV 1 ‘-0 [ CNl 1 ISTSERVO 1 MOTOR ~_ w SERlAL PULSE I _ __ ___ _- _ - -- - CODER \ I SCAL...

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    I SUB BOARD R232-9(JD5J) R4224(5060) A-l N(JA6) HOI-2 (JASB) SPDL-2 (JA7B) ASPDL-2 (JA8B) APC BATTERY APCBAT 4 6V (JA4B) AMP1 (JV5 ) Ol ENCl (JF5 ) B’ L I U N I T SCALE1 (JFW AMP2(JV6 ) ENC2(JF6 ) SCALE2(JF26) I RS2323(JDSC) RS422-1 (JD6A) 315

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    I] RS-232-C I/O DEVICE ‘1 RS-422 I/O DEVICE ANALOG I/Ox4 HIGH SPEED DI x4 EMERGENCY STOP 5TH SERVO AMP T1 [ CNl SERIAL PULSE CODER \ \ I SCALE - r I I L r I J ” - _8TH_AX,S__ ---- -------- , SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALE ’ ------- 1 ~~~~~~~~~~-- a -+H-tiI6 - - J------------~ I SERVO AMP...

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    (2) Connection diagram for Series 15_TB/lTB/MB/TFB/TTFB/ MFB (in case of analog spindle) C 0 N T F? 0 L U N I T POWER SUPPLY AC-IN (CPI ) AC-0UT(CP2 ) AC-OUT(CP3 ) ON/OFF(CP4 ) +24V(CP5 ) +24E(CP6 ) PMC BOARD MEM CARD (ICMC) IOUNK (JO1 A) MAIN CPU CRT(JA1 ) MDI (JA2 ) R232-1 (JDSA) R232-2(JD5B) M...

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    AC 20OV - 24OV POWER mmb RS232C I/O DEVICE x3 HIOH SPEED 01 x4 POSITION CODER SPINDLE MOTOR 200VAC EMERGENCY STOP SERVO AMP Tl 1-0 [ CNl 1 ST SERVO SERIAL PULSE SCALE ’ CODER/SCALE I ~~~~~~~~~D~~J 318

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    SUB BOARD R232-9(JD5J) R422=4(JD6D) A-l N(JA6) HDI-2(JA5B) SPDL-2(JA7B) ASPDL-2 (JA8B) APCBAT (JA4B) AMP1 (JV5 ) ENCS (JF5 ) SCALE1 (JF25) AMP2(JV6 ) ENC2(JF6 ) SCALE2(JF26) AMP3(JV7 ) ENC3(JF7 ) SCALE3(JF27) AMP4(JV8 ) ENC4(JF8 ) SCALE4(JF28) OPTION-1 CRT (JAl) RS2323(JDSC) RS422-1 (JD6A) APC BA...

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    1-j RS-232-C I/O DEVICE ‘3 RS-422 I/O DEVICE ANALOG I/Ox 4 HfGH SPEED DI x4 POSITION CODER SPINDLE MOTOR 200VAC 5TH SERVO AMP T1 EMERGENCY STOP AC1 OOV AC2OOV ‘-0 f CNl 5TH SERVO MOTOR ‘r ’ SERIAL PULSE CODER f / SCALE r r c I L iiH-til< - -~------------ SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCA...

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    (3) Connection diagram for Series 1 S-MB (in case of multiple axis) Control uit AC-IN(CP1 ) AC-OUT(CP2 ) AC-0UT(CP3 ) ON/OFF(CP4 ) +24V(CPS ) +24E(CP6 ) MEM CARD C (CNMC) 0 I/OLI NK T I MAIN CPU BOARD R CRT(JA1) MDI (JA2 ) 0 R232-1 (JDSA) L R232-2(JDSB) MPG(JA3 ) U N I HOI-1 (JASA) I I MAX BUS(JN...

  • Page 329

    . JDlA llilllli 1111), POWER JDlB L%&!LA MAGNET’CS \ a [ CP32 1 11 1 1 1 I I v . . , DC24V qtb RS232C I/O DEVICE x3 HIGH SPEED D’x4 r-------b RS232C I/O DEVICE aaj’j RS422 ‘/ODEV’CE ANALOG ‘NPUTx4 HIGH SPEED D’x4 REMOTE BUFFER (RS232-C) REMOTE BUFFER/DNCl (RS422/RS485) b PCR 20 ...

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    (4) Connection diagram for Series 15MB (in case of multiple axis) POWER SUPPLY AC-IN(CP1 ) BUFFER BOARD MAX BUS(JNC) 1 ST CPU BOARD SPDL-1 (JA7A) A D D I T I 0 N A L C A B I N E T ASPDL-1 (JA8A) APCBAT(JA4) AMP1 (JVl) ENCl (JFl) SCALE1 (JF21) AMP2(JV2) ENC2(JF2) SCALE2(JF22) AMP3(JV3) ENC3(JF3) S...

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    I CPDl INPUT T cpD2c UNIT - To control unit (Main CPU board “JNC” ) POSITION CODER SPINDLE MOTOR 200VAC - TO 2ND AMP EMERGENCY STOP 1ST SERVO AMP. 11 v-0 [ CNl * I SCALE I ’ CODER/SCALE I ’ CODER/SCALE 1 ------ I ,~~m.~~~~.m.~~.m~J ~4THAXiS BE~~~o~&FQI~Yo+~R~~GL& - - - 1 ’ CODE...

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    (5) Connection diagram for Series 15MB (in case of multiple axis) A 0 D I T I 0 N A L POWER SUPPLY AC-IN(CP1 ) BUFFER BOARD MAX BUS(JNC) I 1ST CPU BOARD SPDL-1 (JA7A) ASPDL-1 (JA0A) APCBAT(JA4) AMP1 (JVl) ENCl (JFl) SCALE1 (JF21) AMP2(JV2) ENC2(JF2) SCALE2(JF22) AMP3(JV3) ENC3( JF3) SCALE3(JF23) ...

  • Page 333

    CPDI c CPD2C INPUT T UNIT ! To control unit (Main CPU board “JNC” ) INTERFACE POSITION CODER SPINDLE MOTOR 2OOVAC EMERGENCY STOP 1 ST SERVO AMP Tl 8-a [ CNl k SERIAL PULSE CODER . SCALE - - ’ CODER/SCALE I L-I-II- -----------o-J I ;3k6 kik %iWiAi+f6iO~6~PiJL~~ - - - ; 1 CODER/SCALE I - - -...

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    (6) Connection between the control unit and additional locker Instead of the two flat cables employed by the F15-A (used with multiaxis machines), a g&core cable is used to connect the control unit to the addi- tional locker. The cable length, however, is the same as thay of the F15-A (1.5 m...

  • Page 335

    1.5-m 96sore cable (supplied by FANUC) Specification: A0250162-K821 328

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    (7) Connection diagram for Series 15-B (in case of MMCAI) POWER SUPPLY AC-IN(CP1 ) AC-0UT(CP2 ) AC-0UT(CP3 ) ON/OFF(CP4 ) +24V(CP5 ) Main CPU BOARD MDI (JA2) MMC-II GtRAPHIC BOARD CRT(JA1) MMC-II MAIN CPU BOARD HDD(JD7) FDD(JD8) CENTRO(JD9) RS422(JD6) R232-1 (JD5A) R232-2(JD5B) KEY(JD5C) 329

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    AC 200V - 240V POWER SUPPLY \ SCSI terminator CENTRONICS (Note 2) -0 -0 CN2 CRT/MD1 CNl UNIT 3 CNKl PW2 JD7A HARD 3 DISK JD7B UNIT CASSElTE . JD7B STREAMER . UNIT . JD7A PWI 441 RS422 I/O DEVICE RS232C I/O DEVICE RS232C I/O DEVICE RS232C l/O DEVICE ADAPTER UNIT 1-a A KEYBOARDUNIT Note1 ) Note 2) ...

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    (8) Connection diagram for Series 15-B (in case of MMC-III) C 0 N T R 0 L U N I T POWER SUPPLY AC-IN(CP1 ) AC-0UT(CP2 ) AC-0UT(CP3 ) ON/OFF(CP4 ) +24V(CP5 ) MINI SLOT EXTERNAL HARD DISK INTERFACE SCSI (JD19) MAIN CPU BOARD I MDI (JA2) 1 OPTION 1 BOARD CRT(JA1) 1 MMC-III CPU NC CRT(JAlB) CART(JA1 ...

  • Page 339

    Y AC ZOOV - 240V POWER SUPPLY d External hard disk 1-0 (POKEDY 2.5) (Note 2) RS232C CHANNEL1 RS232C CHANNEL2 RS232C CHANNEL3 Notel) Note2) k PCR 20 connector (20 pins) k PCR 20 connector (15 pins) If- AMP connector k Others (connection to external hard disk - 3M MDR connector) The above diagram s...

  • Page 340

    74 l Configuration of the Printed’Circuit Boards and LED Display 7.4.1 Power unit configuration and LED display (1) Parts layout Drawing number : Al 651212-0470 (Power supply unit Al) Al 68-l 212-0530 (Power supply unit Bl) T a CPI AC puwer input Fl, F2 AC power fuses CP2, CP3 AC power output P...

  • Page 341

    Adjustment No adjustment is needed. LED display Table 7.4.1 LED Display of the Power Unit b NO. LED display NC status L 1 PILI (green) ZOO VAC power is supplied to connector CPI. 2 ALMI (red) Indicates that ovwvdtage, overcurrent, or voltage drop occurs at the output of the direct current power s...

  • Page 342

    7.4.2 (1) Standard main CPU board (MAIN-B) configuration and LED display Parts layout Drawing number: Al 6B-22014320 CNA F-BUS back plane tonne Con- n=tor Q CRT MDI R232-1 R232-2 MPG HDl-1 JASA SPDL-1 JA7A ASPL-1 JA8A APCBAT JA4A AMP1 AMP2 AMP3 AMP4 ENCl ENC2 ENC3 ENC4 SCALE1 SCALE2 SCALE3 SCALE4...

  • Page 343

    (2) Block diagram MAIN CPU 32bii I . / DRAM - FLASH ROM / Manual pulse generator L \ , I MPQ interface - - Higk-speed DI - Skip signal C Serial spindle amplifier , serial spindle -- Servo amplifier , interface (Note 1) Digital sen~o control - Pulse coder - scale Analog spindle I amplifier 1 Analo...

  • Page 344

    ? No. LED display NC status 8 STATUS OOmCJ CRT initialization end. Lcgical slot setting is completed. I 9 STATUS mmom Waiting for completion of setting MDL (1) 10 STATUS IJmfJm IPL MONITOR is executing L 11 STATUS mm00 IPL end I 12 STATUS n omm Waiting for setting * SYSFAIL 13 STATUS ICjCl n m Wa...

  • Page 345

    @ LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED) No.[- ~~~ LED display ~~ ----r NC status 1 ALARM UC10 Battery voltage for backup decreases. 2 AIARM OmO SYSFAIL (A fault occured on some modules of F-BUS) I SYSEMG (NM1 occured on some modules of F-BUS.) 5 I ALARM HOm I ABC ALARM (Parity alarm on FI...

  • Page 346

    7.4.3 High-speed main CPU board (M and LED display (1) Block diagramparts layout Drawing num her: Al 6522014300 CNB SUB BUS back plane connec- tor CNA F-W back plane con- nector lciu 3 4 5 6 Con- nector name CRT MDI R232-1 R232-2 MPG HDl-1 SPDL-1 ASPL-1 APCBAT AMP1 JVl 1 st axis servo amplifier A...

  • Page 347

    (2) Block diagram , 1 Bus l/F1 Bus . + - I/F At SRAM SUB BUS Manual pulse - MPGintetface I l generador High-speed DI - Skip signal * \ Serial spindle b ampmr - Serial spindle I Interface (Note 1) Digital _ - &n/o ar@fi8r control - Pulse coder Analogspindle \ a , .- scale , amplifier - Analog...

  • Page 348

    7.4.4 PMGNA/CAP II board configuration and LED display (1) Parts layout Drawing num her : Al 6B-22014370 (PMGNA board with conver- saional function) Al 6B-22014371 (PMGNA board without con- versational function) CNA F-BUS Back Plane con- nector BOOT ROM Con- Connec- nectar fpL name No A IOLINK JD...

  • Page 349

    (2) Block diagram l I . Bus 1 f/F - PMC CPU . l l / I pMC system ROM I - PMC engine - I/O link , I BOOTROM 1 \ 4 . , 1 Memory card - Memory card inteface I DRAM . . . 1 FLASH ROM . 4 . I Bus CAP CPU 9 CAP system ROM 1 1 4 l . . , DRAM I - SRAM 4 . / FANUC BUS (3) (4 Adjustment No adjustment is ne...

  • Page 350

    @ STATUS LED display when error occurs NO. I LED display ~~ I 1 STATUS **oo 2 STATUS n *oo 3 I STATUS *Uoo NC status A fault occurred in another printed board. A fautt occurred when fowarding to DI/DO. BOOT ROM is broken. (Used with ALARM LED but distinguished from ALARM LED) RAM parity error was...

  • Page 351

    7.4.5 Sub CPU board configuration and LED 1 display (1) CNB Parts layout Drawing number : Al6B-2201-0310 . , , \ back plane con- necto CNA F- BUS beck prme con- m m 7 CPU No. Module name I Function outline 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Con- Connec- na!x far name f!L R232-9 JD5J R4224 JD6D HDI-2 JA5B AYlN JA6 SPD...

  • Page 352

    (2) Block diagram v = ) Bus I/F . 7 4 Bus L r 1 I/F L -- SHARED RAM * \ t , SUB BUS r 1 Highpeed DI - Skip signal \ . Serial spindle '- Servo am lifier amplifier Serial spindle , interface (Note 1) Digital servo _ contrd Pulse c oc$ r , b Analog spindle ,- scale amplifier - Analog spindle Positio...

  • Page 353

    @ LED display when an error occurs (ALARM LED) No. 1 LED display I NC status 1 ALARM moo Sub.CPU is status of HALT 2 ALARM oma SYSFAIL status (A fault occurred on some modules of F-BUS.) I -- 3 ALARM mm0 ~~ r ~~ ~~ - ~ SERVO ALARM 4 -1 ALARM 00m SYSEMG (NM1 oawrred on some modules of ~ ~~~~~ 5 AL...

  • Page 354

    7.4.6 Additional axis board (ADAX) configuration and LED display (1) Parts layout Drawing number : Al6B-2201-0311 JD8D RS-422 serial port JASB High-speed DI SPDL-2 JA7B Serial spindle ASPL-2 JABB Analog spindle APCBAT JA4B Battery for APC 5th axis servo amplifier 8th axis servo amplifier 7th axis...

  • Page 355

    (2) Block diagram Analog spindle amplifier Position coder W-232-C I/O \ serial spindle - interface (Note 1) / \ I I I - i Digital servo _ control 1 A Analog spindle interface (Note 2) . - c 4 D/A , - W-232-C / \ f 1 1 * AD - A - RS-422 - @ Skip signal SCal8 Analog output Analog input FANUC BUS NO...

  • Page 356

    7.4.7 Option 1 board configuration and LED display (1) Parts layout Drawing number : Al6B-22-10 (Remote buffercommunication CNA F- Bus back plane con- function+Graphic function) : Al 6B-22004912 (Graphic function) : Al 6B-2200-0913 (Remote buffer communica tion function) : Al 68-2200-0915 (Remote...

  • Page 357

    (2) Block diagram . , Bus 1 A I/F 1 \ Graphic contrd 7 CPU c CRT video SRAM 1 Graphiccontrd 1 - v \ t a / 1 1 Graphiccontrd 2 - . , Bus Communication contrd CPU \ FANUC BUS (3) Adjustment No adjustment is needed. (4) LED display The STATUS LEDs in the front upper section of the option board are u...

  • Page 358

    LED display when an error occurs LED display T- ~~~~ NC status No. STATUS ALARM omoo I ROM parity error occurs. DOEI Change graphic ROM. 2 STATUS ~000 RAMparityerroroccurs. ALARM WXJ Change option 1 board. STATUS ALARM o*oo I Command error occurs. WXI Change option 1 board. 3 4 STATUS AlARM **oo ...

  • Page 359

    81 l How to Enter the Parameters Parameters are used for adjusting the CNC according to the characteristics and functions of motors or machined connected to the CNC . The settings of the parameters depend on the machine. Setting parameters incorrectly may causethe machineto malfunction. Generally...

  • Page 360

    @ Pressing soft key [(OPRT)] displays the operation menu including the items below. Enter a parameter number and press [NO.SRH]: Searches for the specified num her. Soft key [ON:l]: Soft key [OFF:O]: Soft key [+INPUTJ: Soft key [INPUT]: Soft key [READ]: Soft key [PUNCH]: Sets the value at which t...

  • Page 361

    (iv) For bit parameters (Example) @ After all necessary parameters are entered, reset the PARAMETER WRITE field to 0 on the StEllING screen. (2) Pressing soft key [(OPRT)] displays the operation menu including the items below. Enter a parameter number and press [NO.SRH]: Searches for the specifie...

  • Page 362

    (iii) Use 1 = ] to enter the same data. (Example) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -.-.*. .:......:......::::....... _. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :.:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 .-:. 1234 0 - 1234 (iv)...

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    82 (1; Parameter List Parameters related to Setting (2) Parameters related to Times (3) Parameters related to Axis control (4) Parameters related to Coordinate system (5) Parameters related to Feedrate (6) Parameters related to Acceleration/deceleration control (7) Parameters related to Servo (8)...

  • Page 364

    Data Types and Valid Data Ranges of Parameters \ l / Data Type Validdatarange Data Type Validdatarange I 1 . Brt Word I 0 or 1 0 - f: 32767 Bit axis Word axis I I 1 Byte 0- &I27 2-word r 1 L o- * 99999999 Byte axis o-255 2-word axis (NW @ There is something to which the range of setting is li...

  • Page 365

    0011 Program editing #O NE8 : Enables (O)/disables (1) program editing for 08000 to 08999. #I ND8 : Displays (O)/does not display (1) a program at 08000 to 08999 on the CRT screen during execution. #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 0012 Mirror image and Axis detach #0 MIR : Turns off (O)/on (1) a mirror image at...

  • Page 366

    0021 Interface No. of output device for foreground 1 : Punch connectedto JD5Aof main CPU board 2 : Punch connected to JD5B of main CPU board 3 : Punch connected to JD5J of the subboard 4 : DNCI 9 : PMC IO : Remote buffer 13 : Punch connected to JDGD of the subboard ’ 15 : MMC DNC operation inte...

  • Page 367

    (2) Parameters related to timer 0100 Timer 1 (time accumulated since power-on) Unit: minutes 0101 Timer 2 (time accumulated during automatic operation) Unit: minutes 0102 Timer 3 (time accumulated during automatic operation) Unit: minutes 0103 Timer 4 (time accumulated during cutting) Unit: milli...

  • Page 368

    (3) Parameters related to Axis control 1000 In-position check and interlock #O CIP : Does not perform (O)/performs (1) an in-posi- tion check during deceleration. #l csz : Disables (O)/enables (1) the in-position check signal (*CSMZ). #2 XIK : When an axis-specific interlock occurs, Parmeter stop...

  • Page 369

    1005 Reference position return and External decel- eration #O ZRNx : Reference position return function available (O)/unavailable (1) #I ZMGx : Reference position return system uses a grid (O)/magnetic switch (1) method. #2 ALZx : Automatic reference position return (G28) is based on positioning ...

  • Page 370

    1009 Linear axis/rotation axis 0 1 ISEx : Spscifies the increment system for each axis Parameter (No. 1004) 2 : 3 : 4 5 6 7 1020 Program axis name for each axis x: 88 A: 65 U: 85 Y:89 B:66 v: 86 z: 90 C: 67 WI: 87 1021 Parallel axis numbers (0 for norkparallel axes) 1022 Axes and the correspondin...

  • Page 371

    (4) Parameters related to coordinate system 1200 Coordinate system relation #O . . #I FPC : Does not preset (O)/presets (1) the relative coordinates when a floating reference posi- tion is set. #2 MONS : The workpiece coordinate system and lo- cal coordinate system shift (O)/do not shift (1) when...

  • Page 372

    1241 1242 1243 1244 Floating reference position in G30.1 1260 Coordinates of the second reference position in the machine coordinate system Coordinates of the third reference position in the machine coordinate system Coordinates of the fourth reference position in the machine coordinate system An...

  • Page 373

    (5) Parameters related to feedrate 1 1400 Feedrrate relation #O RDR : Disables (O)/enables (1) adry run forthe rapid traverse corn m and. #l TDR : Disables (O)/enables (1) a dry run for the threading and tapping commands. #2 RPD : Disables (O)/enables (1) manual rapid tra- Parameter verse until a...

  • Page 374

    1414 Magnification n of manual handle feed Standard (Magnification with the travel distance selec- value: 100 tion signal MP2 turned on) MP4 MP2 MPl Distancetraveled 0 0 0 Least input incrementx 1 0 0 0 Least input increment x 10 0 1 0 Least input increment x n 1 0 0 Least input increment x n 141...

  • Page 375

    1478 Critical feedrate during automatic corner de- celeration, or the maximum difference in the feedrate used by the deceleration function during look-ahead acceleration/deceleration before interpolation and high-precision con- tour control [mm/min] 1479 Feedrate used to indicate completion of au...

  • Page 376

    (6) Parameters related to Acceleration/deceleration control 1600 Acceleration /deceleration control #0 REXx : The rapid traverse acceleration/deceleration is linear type (O)/exponential type (1). #l #2 #3 #4 CTEx : Acceleration/deceleration for a cutting feed and dry run is linear type (O)/expone...

  • Page 377

    1628 1629 lime constant for each axis for exponential acceleration/deceleration during rapid tra- verse W=l FL feed rate for each axis for exponential ac- celeration/deceleration during rapid traverse [mm/m in] 1630 Parameter 1 for determining linear accelera- tion/deceleration before interpolati...

  • Page 378

    (7) Parameters related to servo 1800 Servo relation #I CVR : Does not issue (O)/issues (1) a servo alarm if the speed control ready signal VRDY turns on before the position control ready signal PRDY #2 WF : Does not follow up (O)/follows up during ser- vo-off time. #3 RTFWD : Disables (O)/enables...

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    1811 Servo relation #0 HCNV : A/D conversion data is standard type (32 ms) (O)/high speed type (8 ms) (1). #l #2 ADV : Does not use (O)/uses (1) advance feed-for- ward during look-ahead acceleration/decel- eration before interpolation. #3 #4 #S #6 #7 1815 Position detector #O #I OPTx: Does not us...

  • Page 380

    1816 Reference counter and Detecting multiplier #0 RClx : Reference counter capacity #l RCa : Reference counter capacity #2 RC3x : Reference counter capacity #3 RC4x : Reference counter capacity #4 DMlx: Detecting mulitiplier (DMR) ##5 DM2x: Detecting mulitiplier (DMR) #6 DM3x: Detecting mulitipl...

  • Page 381

    1828 Positioning deviation limit for each axis while it si moving [Detection unit] 1829 Positioning deviation limit for each axis when it is stopped [Detection unit] 1830 Positioning deviation limit for each axis in the servo off mode [Detection unit] 1832 Feecbtop position deviation for each axi...

  • Page 382

    * . (8) Parameters related to DI/DO 2000 DI/DO relation #O RSD : Outputs the resetting signal (RST) always (O)/when the MDI reset button is pressed (1). #I RWM : Outputs the rewinding signal (RWD) when the tape reader is rewinding (O)/also when the program in memory is in rewinding mode (1). #2 S...

  • Page 383

    2003 DI/DO relation #0 MSN : Minus“-” can be used (O)/cannot be used (1) in the M code. #I SSN : Minus “2’ can be used (O)/cannot be used (1) in the S code. #2 TSN : Minus“-” can be used (O)/cannot be used (1) in the T code. #3 BSN : Minus“-” can be used (O)/cannot be used (1)...

  • Page 384

    (9) Parameters related to MDI/EDIT/CRT 2200 MDI/EDIT/CRT relation #0 RDL : When registration of all programs is re- quested, appends (0) them after the last 8x1 isting program/deletes (1) the existing pro- grams before saving the new programs. #I REP : When registration of a program with the same...

  • Page 385

    2202 MDI/EDIT/CRT relation #0 DIO : Displays positions on the CRT screen in units of the least input increment (O)/in units 10 times the least input increment (1). #l DSE : The relative position displays on the CRT screen are not specified (O)/are specified (1) in a coordinate system. #2 DTL : Th...

  • Page 386

    2203 MDI/EDIT/CRT relation #O #I MCN : Machine coordinates are displayed on the CRT screen in the measurement unit used by the machine (O)/the measurement unit used for the input data (1). #2 DAP : On a program check screen, the current posi- tion is displayed as a relative position (O)/ab- solut...

  • Page 387

    2311 I Name of the general-purpose switch on the software operator’s panel [-128 - +I 27J . . 2388 I Name of the general-purpose switch on the software operator’s panel [-I 27 - +I 27-J 380

  • Page 388

    (IO) Parameters related to program 2400 Progaram relation #O DPI : Floating point data is input using the conven- tional method (O)/hand-held calculator type method (1). #I F41 : F commands with no floating point data uses a measurement unit of 1 mm/min (O)/O.l mm/ min (1) (feed per minute specif...

  • Page 389

    2401 Program relation #0 GO1 : The system is cleared to the GO0 (O)/GOl (1) state when power is applied. #l GO1 : The system is cleared to the GQI (O)/GQO (1) state when power is applied. #2 G43 : Cleared state, G43, G44, or G49 when power is applied. #3 G44 : Cleared state, G43, G44, or G49 when...

  • Page 390

    2403 Program relation 0 MO2 : Does not locate (O)/locates (1) the beginning of a program when MO2 is specified during memory operation. 1 NZN : When a manual reference position return is performed, coordinate system presetting is based on (O)/not based on (1) the PIZ bit of param eter No. 1005 an...

  • Page 391

    2429 M code for tool replacement 2430 Cs-axis number 2431 M code to execute subprogram call in exter- nal memory 2482 Waiting M codes 2503 Range of M codes without buffering (1) (Three higk-order digits indicate the upper limit and three low-order digits indicate the lower limit) 2504 Range of M ...

  • Page 392

    (11) Parameters related to Reader/puncher interface 5001 Device number of reader/punch unit con- Parameter netted to JDSA of MAIN [l-6] (Nos. 511 O-51 62) 5002 Device number of reader/punch unit con- Parameter netted to JDSB of MAIN [l-6] (Nos. 511 O-51 62) 5003 Device number of reader/punch unit...

  • Page 393

    5121 Number of stop bits of reader/punch unit cor- responding to device number 2 5122 Baud rate of reader/punch unit correspond- ing to device number 2 5130 Code number of reader/punch unit corre- sponding to device number 3 5131 Number of stop bits of reader/punch unit cor- responding to device ...

  • Page 394

    (12) Parameters related to stroke limit 5200 Stroke limit relation 1 OUT : The inhibited area is outside (O)/inside (1) of stored stroke limit 2 or 3. 1 : 2 : 3 BZR : Checks (O)/does not check (1) the stored stroke limit immediately after power is ap- plied. 4 BGO : The tip of astandard tool is l...

  • Page 395

    (13) Parameters related to pitch error compensation 5420 Number of pitch error corn pensation point-of- reference position for each axis 5421 Number of pitch error compensation point with the largest negative value for each axis 5422 Number of pitch error compensation point with the largest posit...

  • Page 396

    (14) Parameters related to gradient compensation 5461 5462 5463 5464 5471 5472 5473 5474 Compensation pint number a for each axis Compensation pint number b for each axis Compensation pint number c for each axis Compensation pint number d for each axis Compensation a at compensation point num- be...

  • Page 397

    (15) Parameters related to straightness corn pensation 5481 5482 5483 5491 Axis number of moving axis 1 Axis number of moving axis 2 Axis number of moving axis 3 Axis number of compensation axis 1 for mov- ing axis 1 5492 Axis number of compensation axis 2 for mov- ing axis 2 5493 Axis number of ...

  • Page 398

    5553 Compensation corresponding to compensa- tion point number c of moving axis 1 [Detection unit] 5554 Compensation corresponding to compensa- tion point number d of moving axis 1 [Detection unit] 5561 Compensation corresponding to compensa- tion point number a of moving axis 2 [Detection unit] ...

  • Page 399

    (16) Parameters related to spindle control 5600 Spindle control relation #0 M3M : The spindle analog output voltage specified FS3, FS6 by MO3 is positive (O)/negative (1). interface #I M4M : The spindle analog output voltage specified FS3, FS6 by MO4 is positive (O)/negative (1). #2 GSM : The spi...

  • Page 400

    5602 Spindle control relation I #0 SSA : The spindle stop signal (SSTP) is input FS3, FS6 through contact B (0)/A (1). OforT #I SC9 : Either the gear selection signal or the S-code FS3, FS6 in BCD (O)/both (1) are output for gear selec- M tion on the part of the machine. #2 GIB : The gear selecti...

  • Page 401

    5610 Gear ratio of the spindle to the position coder Gear ratio of spindle to Specified value position coder 1 0 2 1 4 2 0 3 5611 Number of samples of sampling data for ob- taining the mean spindle speed Number of samplings Specified value 1 0 2 1 4 2 8 3 16 4 5612 Unit of the spindle speed to be...

  • Page 402

    5619 Maximum clamp speed of the spindle motor FS3, FS6 [Setting = (spindle motor highest clamp speed/spindle motor speed for maximum out- put) x 40951 5620 Time until the speed arrival signal is checked FS3, FS6 Im=l 5621 5622 . . 5627 5628 Maximum spindle speed corresponding to FS3, FS6 gear 1 [...

  • Page 403

    (17) Parameters related to tool offset 6000 Tool offset relation #0 EVO : When the tool offset is changed, the new off- set takes effect starting at the D or H code block (O)/the first block to be buffered (1). #1 PNH : The offset number for tool offset compensa- M tion is specified in a D (0)/H ...

  • Page 404

    6001 Tool offset relation #0 CSU : The startup type of cutter compensation or tool-tip radius compensation is A (0)/B (1). #I CNC : Issues (O)/does not issue (1) an alarm if the programmed direction turns out to vary from the offset direction by 90” to 270’ during a cutter compensation or too...

  • Page 405

    6010 Limit for ignoring the small movement result- ing from cutter and tool-tip radius compensa- tion 6011 Constant denominator for S-dimensional tool corn pension Vector calculation formula Vx=l x r/p Vy=j x r/p Vz=z x r/p

  • Page 406

    (18) Param eters related to canned cycle 6200 Canned cycle #O FXY : The drilling axis is always the Z-axis (0)/a programmed axis (1). #I DWL : Disables (O)/enables (1) the P dwell com- mand for tapping cycle. #2 SIJ : Afterorientationforfine (back) boring, thetool is retracted in the direction sp...

  • Page 407

    6202 Canned cycle #0 MOR : During single canned turning cycle mode, a block with no move command is not cycled (O)/is cycled (1). #l . . #2 . . #3 . #4 NRC I Performs (O)/does not perform (1) rough fin- ishing at the end of a rough cycle. #S CD0 : Disables (O)/enables (1) an override to a Paramet...

  • Page 408

    6221 Return distance in packing rigid tapping cycle 6240 Tool retraction direction after G76 and G87 orientation Example) Set 1 st axis parameter to -2(tool retraction direction is -Y) Set 2nd axis parameter to 3(tool retraction direction is +Z) Set 3rd axis parameter to -1 (tool retraction direc...

  • Page 409

    (19) Parameters related to stalling and coordinate rotation 6400 I Stalling/coordinate rotation #0 RIN : #I SCR : #2 RTR : #3 #4 #5 ##6 #7 6410 6411 6421 Theanglethroughwhichacoordinatesystem is to be rotated is specified (R) by an absolute value (O)/in the G90 or G91 mode (1). The unit of a scal...

  • Page 410

    (21) Parameters related to uni-directional positioning 6820 I I Approach distance and direction of uni-direc- M tional positioning (G60) I I (22) Parameters related to custom macro 7000 Custom m acre relation #O TCS : Does not call (O)/calls (1) a custom macro (subprogram) for the T code. #l scs ...

  • Page 411

    7011 Specifies an EIA code representing ‘1” using a hole pattern. 7012 Specifies an EIA code representing ‘I##” using a hole pattern. 7013 Specifies an EIA code representing ‘*’ using a hole pattern. 7014 Specifies an EIA code representing “=” using a hole pattern. 7031 (Starti...

  • Page 412

    7071 M code used to call subprograms of program No. 9001 . . . . 7079 M code used to call subprograms of program No. 9009 7080 . . 7089 M code used to call custom macros of pro- gram No. 9020 . . M code used to cali custom macros of pro- gram No. 9029 405

  • Page 413

    (23) Parameters related to skip function 7211 I Feedrate of the skip function (G3l or G3l .I) I 7212 I Feedrate of the skip function (G31.2) I 7213 1 Feedrate of the skipo function (G31.3) I 7214 I Feedrate of the skip function (G31.4) I (24) Parameters related to automatic tool compensation \ 73...

  • Page 414

    (25) Parameters related to tool life management 7400 Tool life management relation #0 GSI : Number of groups and number of tools per group #l GS2 : Number of groups and number of tools per group Number of Number uf Number of Number of group6 without took without groups with tools with the the 512...

  • Page 415

    7401 Tool life management relation #O CT1 : Tool change method #l CT2 : Tool change method CT1 CT2 Tool change method 0 0 A 0 1 B 1 0 C 1 1 D #2 EMD : A mark (*) indicating that tool life has expired appears when use of the next tool begins (O)/when the life of the current tool has ex- pired (1)....

  • Page 416

    (26) Parameters related to service 8000 Service relation #0 PWE : Disables (O)/enables (1) entering parameters that cannot be set, from tape or MDI. #l NPA : Switches (O)/does not switch (1) to the alarm message display automatically when an alarm occurs. #2 PRA : Issues (O)/does not issue (1) an...

  • Page 417

    9.1 Alarms Displayed on NC Screen 9.1.1 Programs errors (P/S alarm) Number Message Contents Remarks displayed on CRT 003 TOO MANY DIGITS Data entered with more digits than permitted. 006 ILLEGAL USE OF A minus sign (0) was specified NEGATIVE VALUE at an address where no minus sign may be specifie...

  • Page 418

    Number 058 Message displayed on CRT contents Remarks S-COMMAND OUT OF RANGE The specified spindle speed exceeded the maximum num- ber of revolutions allowed for the spindle motor (parameter No. 5619). (When SAL of pa- rameter No. 5601 is 1) 059 COMMAND IN BUFF- Manual intetvention compensa- ERING...

  • Page 419

    Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks SEQUENCE NUM BER NOT FOUND The specified sequence No. was not found during sequence number search. The sequence No. specified as the jump destination in GOTOn or M99Pn was not found. 061 NO P, Q COMMAND Neither P nor Q was specified T AT G7&G72...

  • Page 420

    Jumber Message displayed on CRT ILL COMMAND IN PROGRAM AgroupOl Gcodeotherthan GOO, 001,802, or 003, a single-shot G codes other than GO4,01065, G66,067, M98, or MQQ was specified in one of the blocks specified by the se- quence numbers specified in P and Q of canned cyde 070, 071, OT G72. T 067 ...

  • Page 421

    Number Message contents Remarks displayed on CRT 094 G CANNOT BE AR- AddressGwasusedasthear- GUMENT gument of a macro. 095 TOO MANY TYPE-2 Morethan1osetsoftype-liar- ARGUMENTS guments were specified for custom macros. loo CANCEL WITHOUT Caii mode cancei (G87) was NOOAL CALL speu#ii ev8n though ma...

  • Page 422

    Number Messaee contents Remarks displayed on CRT 124 MISSING DO STATE- The DO command correspond- MENT ing to a post END command was missing in a custom mac- ro. 125 126 128 131 ILLEGAL EXPRES- There is an error in the format SION FORMAT used in an expression. ’ ILLEGAL LOOP NO. DO and END Nos....

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  • Page 424

    Number Message contents Remarks displayed on CRT 190 CUTTING FEE- The maximum cutting feedrate DRATE IS 0 has been set to 0 by parameter. 191 RADIUS TOO LARGE An arc was specified for which the difference in the radius at the start and end points ex- ceeds the value set in parame- ter 2410. 192 I...

  • Page 425

    Number M-e displayed on CRT contents Remarks 205 TURRET REF. NOT FINISHED Indexing was specified without first performing reference posi- tion return of the turret axis. 206 ILLEGAL TOOL NO. An invalid tool No. was speci- fied. 210 ILLEGAL WAITING M-CODE An M command with thr&igit number is i...

  • Page 426

    Number MessaEle displayed on CRT Remarks contents An attempt was made to start or cancel tool tip radius com- pensation during arc mode. An attempt was made to change the plane while offset C was in effect. The depth of cut is too great while offset C is in effect. An illegal command was speci- f...

  • Page 427

    Number Message displayed on CRT contents Remarks 308 MISSING DATA An address not fdlowed by a numeric value was found while loading parameters or pitch er- ror compensation data from a w=* 400 PROGRAM DOES NOT MATCH The program in memory does not match the program stored ontape* 410 G37 INCORRECT...

  • Page 428

    Number MessaEle contebnts Remarks displayed on CRT 426 TOO MANY AD, DRESSES Morethanoneofl, (J), K, orR wa3 specified in the same block as chamfering or corner- ing. &43tTl@8) ~O1X---tt--R ; 427 TOO MANY AXES FOR I-R MOVE There is no single-axis move- ment command specified in a block in whic...

  • Page 429

    Number Message displayed on CRT contents Remarks MISSING MOVE AFTER CNR, CHF The block following a block in which cornering or chamfering is specified is not a linear or ci r- cular interpolation block. M ILLEGAL LIFE A tool group number exceeded GROUP NUMBER the maximum value. TOOL GROUP NOT A t...

  • Page 430

    Number Message displayed on CRT contents Remarks 449 NO TOOL LIFE DATA A tool group was specified in a machining program even though no tool groups have been set. 450 IN PMC AXIS MODE In the PMC axis control mode, the CNC issued a move com- mand for the PMC axis. This alarm can be suppressed by s...

  • Page 431

    Number Message displayed on CRT contents Remarks 580 ENCODE ALARM When an attempt was made to (PSWD & KEY) read a program, the specified -word did not match the password on the tape and password on tape was not equal to 0. When an attempt was made to punch an encrypted tape, the password did...

  • Page 432

    Jumber Message displayed on CRT contents Remarks 610 ILLEGAL G07.1 AXIS Axis which cannot perform cy- lindrical interpolation was spe- cified. More than one axis was speci- fied in a G07.1 block. An at- tempt was made to cancel cy- lindrical interpolation for an axis that was not in cylindrical i...

  • Page 433

    Number Message displayed on CRT contents Remarks 900 901 935 G72.1 NESTING ER- 072.1 was specified again dur- ROR ing (372.1 rotation copying. G72.2 NESTING ER- G72.2 was spedfied again dur- ROR ing G72.2 parallel copying. ILLEGAL FORMAT IN The end point of an involute G02.2/GO3.2 cun/e, or I, J,...

  • Page 434

    Number Message displayed on CRT contents Remarks 998 G41.3 ILLEGAL START UP The G41.3 code (start up) was specifii in the continuous stateofaGcodeotherthan GO0 or GO1 in group 01. The angle formed by the tool-direc- tion vector and the movement- direction vector was 0 or 180 degrees at start up. ...

  • Page 435

    9.1.2 Important alarms related to program operations (SR alarms) Number Message Contents Remarka displayed on CRT 160 INTERNAL DATA Coordinates specified in an ab- OVER FLOW solute or machine coordinate system are out of range. In general, this alarm is gener- ated when the rotational axis is rot...

  • Page 436

    lumber Message contents Remarks displayed on CRT 590 TH ERROR TH alarm (A character with a parity error was entered in a significant data area) 591 TV ERROR TV alarm (The number of char- acters in a block was not even.) 592 END OF RECORD EOR (End of Record) was spe- cified partway through a block...

  • Page 437

    Number Message contents Remarks displayed on CHIT 824 BUFFER OVER- The NC received more than ten FLOW(l) characters of data from reader/ punch interface 1 even though the NC sent a stop code (DC3) during data reception. DR OFF@ The data set ready signal for reader/punch interface 2 went off, 831 ...

  • Page 438

    Number Message contents Remarks displayed on CRT 862 OVERRUN ERROR The next character was re- (ASR33l43) ceived by the 20 mA current loop interface before it could read a previously received character. 863 864 870 872 FRAMING ERROR (ASR33/ASR44) BUFFER OVER- FLOW (ASR33JASR44) DATA SET READY DOWN...

  • Page 439

    9A.3 Over heat alarm (OH alarm) Number I Message I Contents I Remarks displayed on CRT 000 MOTOR OVERHEAV A servo motor overheated. I Axis type 001 1 LOCKER OVERHEAT 1 The NC cabinet overheated. 1 Axis type : Error codes of this type are specified for each axis for which it occurs. 432

  • Page 440

    9.1.4 Alarms related to CPUs other than that used in the CNC (SB alarms) Number Message Contents Remarks displayed on CRT ’ 010 GRAPHIC RAM PAR- A parity error occurred in the IW graphic ROM. 011 GRAPHIC RAM PAR- A parity error occurred in the 1TY (WORK) graphic work RAM. 011 T GRAPHIC RAM PAR-...

  • Page 441

    9.1.5 Alarms related to parameter switches (SW alarms) NUfflbW M-=w Contents Remarks displayed on CRT 000 PARAMETER EN- Parameter setting is enabled ABLE SWITCH ON (PWE, a bit of parameter No. 8OOOisl)

  • Page 442

    9.1.6 Over travel alarm Number MssalJe Contents Remarks displayed on CRT 001 +OVERTRAVEL This alarm occurs in the fdlow- Axis type (SOFTl) ing cases: - While moving in a positive direction, the tool exceeded the limit set in stored stroke limit 1. - While moving in the pi tive direction of a hypo...

  • Page 443

    Number Message contents Remarks displayed on CRT 007 +OVERTRAVEL The stroke limit switch located Axis type (HARD) at the positive side was turned On. 008 -0VERTRAVEL The stroke limit switch located Axis type (HARD) at the negative side was turned on. 021 +OVERTRAVEL (PRE-CHECK) The tool exceeded ...

  • Page 444

    1 Number Message contents Remarks displayed on CRT 106 EXCESS VELOCITY The speed of the spindle motor (ANALOG) exceeded the maximum rating (analog detection). 107 EXCESS VELOCITY The speed of the spindle motor (DIGITAL) exceeded the maximum rating (digital detection). 106 VOLTAGE (+24V) The volta...

  • Page 445

    Number Message displayed on CRT contents Remarks 123 MESSAGE NUMBER An external operator message NOT FOUND or external alarm message can- not be cancelled because no message number is specified. 124 OUTPUT REQUEST ERROR An output request was issued during external data output, or an output reques...

  • Page 446

    Number Message contents Remarks displayed on CRT 131 EXT-DATA ERROR l An input request was (OTHER) received for a pot No.or offset value while tool data was being registered with GlO. l An error occurred during reading or writing of tool data. 132 RETURN ERROR The tool did not return to the Axis ...

  • Page 447

    NlUTlber I M- I contents I Remarks displayed on CRT 215 INTERFERENCE 22 An interference alarm occurred TT PLUS while the second tool post was moving in the positive direction along the Z axis. 300 I SGPINDLE LSI ER- I An error occurred in commu- ROR nication with the spindle. 301 1 MOTOR OVERHEAT...

  • Page 448

    NUWEK I Message displayed on CRT 333 I SHORTAGE POWER CHARGE 334 I PARAMETER SET- TING ERROR 335 I EX StrrlNG GEAR RATIO 336 I OVERFLOW ERROR COUNTER S-SPINDLE ERROR 512 EXCESS VELOCITY 513 SYNC EXCESS ER- ROR contents Insufficient power charge in DC link Parameter data is out of range. An excess...

  • Page 449

    9.1.7 PC alarms Number I Message I Contents I Remarks displayed on CRT 010 PC ERROR A parity error occurred in a PMC ROM. 020 PC ERROR A parity error occurred in a PMC RAM. 030 ~~ I PC ERROR 1 An I/O unit was not allo- I I cated correctly. I 500 I WATCH DOG ALARM I A PMC watch dog alarm oc- curre...

  • Page 450

    9.1.8 Servo alarms (SV alarms) umber M-=w Contents Remarks displayed on CRT 000 TACHOGENERATER The tachogenerator is discon- Axis type DISCONNECT netted. 001 EXCESS CURRENT The servo motor was over- Axis type IN SERVO loaded. 002 BREAKER The breaker for the velocity Axis type (FEED CTL UNIT) cont...

  • Page 451

    Number Message contents Remarks displayed on CRT 015 PULSE CODER DIS- The pulse coder is discon- Axis type CONNECTED netted. 017 ILL POSITION CON- A fault occurred in the LSI for Axis type TROL LSI position control. 016 INCORRECT DSCG A fault was detected in a re- Axis type FREQUENCY solver or in...

  • Page 452

    Number Message contents Remarks displayed on CRT 050 ILLEGAL AXIS SYN- Parameter No. 1023 is set in- CHRONIZATION Conectly. 055 ILLEGAL Parameter No. 1023 is set in- TANDEM AXIS correctly. 056 ILLEGAL Bit #6 of parameter No. 1817 is TANDEM PAIR set incorrectly. 099 SPINDLE-AXIS ER- An amplifier a...

  • Page 453

    NUd8f I Message displayed on CRT 117 ABNORMAL CUR- RENT OFFSET 118 DETECT ABNOR- MALTORQUE contents I Remarks Digital servo current COnV8fSiOn Axis type is abnormal. Repkce the CNC axis board. An abnormal servo mator load 1 ~8s detected. Resettoclear / ttw?aJm. Axis

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    9.1.9 I/O alarms (I 0 alarms) Number 030 031 032 M-=w displayed on CRT CHECK SUM ERROR INVALID CODE OUT OF RANGE MEMORY ACCESS Contents The check sum for a page of NC memory is incorrect. An invalid code was read from NC memory. An attempt was made to read data from or write data to an address ou...

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    9.1.10 Alarms related to CNC-power failure Number I MeSSagp displayed on CRT 000 POWER MUST BE OFF 100 I ILLEGAL PARAME- TER Contents Remarks A parameter was set for which the power must be turned off then on again. The parzuneter for setting straight- nesscompensationortheparam- i Her for settin...

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    9.1 .ll Absolute pulse coder (ACP) alarms l Checking an absolute-position detection alarm If an alarm is detected at power-on when the absolute position is detected optionally, the message SW01 DATA ERROR (ABS PCDR) or 0T032 NEED ZRN (ABS PCDR) appears. The cause of the alarm is indicated in the ...

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    9.1.12 Disconnection and overload alarms l Checking a disconnection or overload alarm If a message indicating an overload alarm (SV 023) or disconnection alarm (SV 015) appears on the screen, check the diagnostic data to see if the data indicates an overload or disconnection alarm. The number of ...

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    9.1 .13 Digital servo alarms Details of digital sewo alarms #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #l #O OVL LVAL OVC HCAL HVAL DCAL FBAL OFAL . Symbol OFAL FBAL DCAL HVAL HCAL ovc LVAL OVL Description LSI OVERFLOW An overflow alarm occurred in the digital servo. PULCO DISCONNECTION A disconnected pulse coder alarm o...

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    9.1 .i 4 Serial spindle alarms Serial spindle alarms are indicated with the corresponding diagnostic num hers, shown below. Data No. Data #7 #6 #5 ##4 #3 #2 #l #O I I 9 1500 SALMI CALM CMER CER SNER FRER CRER Information in the LSI chip for the Serial Interface Controller (SIC) CPER 1: FRER 1: SN...

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    Data No. Data #7 #6 #5 ##4 #3 #2 #l #0 SLESZ SREQ2 SSTB2 SSPRMP SNCRM2 SNolC2 NC internal processing sequence information and spindle status 2 SNOTC2 1: SNCRM2 1: SSPRM2 1: SSTB2 1: SREQ2 1: SLES2 1: Data No. No SIC24SI connected to the serial line No SIC24SI error (parameter check error) No SIC2...

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    9.1 .15 System alarms (System alarms cannot be reset with the reset key.) (1) System Alarms When the CNC System Is Turned On No. Alarm message Description Action 1 ROM PARITY A ROM parity error ERROR OccUrred. aaa bbb... aaa, bbb, . . . . Number of the defective ROM 2 RAM TEST: ERROR A failure wa...

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    No. 6 Alarm message FILE INITIALIZE : NO FILE FILE PREPARATION : NO FILE CLEAR FILE : NO FILE Description The required memory for storing files has not been installed. Action 7 CHECK FILE ID : An invalid identifi- ERROR cation code was specified for the type of memory for storing files. 8 FILE Me...

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    No. Alarm message Description Action 11 FlLE#n : DATA The data in file n has Clear the file and BROKEN been destroyed. This write data to the file message is displayed again. when the CNC is turned off while the file is being ac- cessed. 12 SLOTxx (yyyy) : The FBUS module is Replace the FBUS XX= ...

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    9.2 Alarms Displayed on the Spindle Servo Unit AlalTTl Meaning Description Remedy No. “A” Program ROM Detects that control program is Install nor- dis- abnormality not started (due to program mal program Play (not installed) ROM not installed, etc.) ROM. AL-01 Motor overheat Detects internal ...

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    Alarm No. Meaning Description AL-13 CPU internal data Detects abnormality in CPU in- Correct memory abnormality ternal data memory. This cause, then check is made only when pow- reset alarm. er is turned on. AL-1 5 Spindle switchlout- put switch alarm AL-16 RAM abnormality Detects incorrect switc...

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    Alarm No. Meaning Description Remedy AL-31 Speed detection sig- Detects that motor cannot ro- Correct nal disconnection tate at specified speed (but ro- cause, then motor restraint alarm tates at very slow speed or has reset alarm, stopped). (This includes checking of speed detection signal cable...

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    Alarm No. Meaning Description Remedy AL-43 Alarm for indicating Detects that main spindle posi- Check that disconnection of tion coder signal used for differ- main spindle position coder signal ential speed mode is not con- position cod- for differential speed netted yet (or is disconnected). er ...

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    tion value in spindle lowable range in spindle syn- chronization contrd. dropped (due to momentary CNC (such as loss of ITP sig- CNC (such as loss of ITP sig- flowed in motor for long time. normality in spindle nal does not match status check signal. 461

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    amic Display of Sequence Program (1) Display method @ Press the CNCIPMC key. @ Dynamic display of sequence program by pressing [PMCIAD] soft key. (2) Display contents Display of current net number ’ LADDER NET 0001-0004 MONIT RUN ’ LOG1 LOG1 II ALWAYS1 II LOG1 lb * II X008.4 “ESP II EMERGEN...

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    10.2 Display of PMC Diagnosis Screen (1) Display method @ Press the CNC/PMC key. . @ Display of PMC diagnosis screen by pressing [PMCDGN] soft key. 10.2.1 TITLEscreen The screen display of the PMGNA differs from that of the PMGNB. 10.2.1.1 Display for the PMGNA Tile data, registered when the ladd...

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    10.2.1.2 Display for the PMGNB Display of the title data which is wrote at the ladder programming time. / w PMC TITLE DATA #I MONIT RUN PMC PROGRAM NO. : EDITION NO. . . PMC CONTROL PROGRAM SERIES : 4047 EDITION : 01 MEMORY USED : KB LADDER : KB SYMBOL : KB MESSAGE : KB SCANTlME : MSEC [ TITLE ] ...

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    10.2.2 STATUS screen Display of ON/OFF condition for I/O signals, internal relays, etc. PMC SIGNAL STATUS MONIT RUN \ ADDRESS 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 ED7 ED6 ED5 ED4 ED3 ED2 ED1 ED0 GO000 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 EDl5EDl4EDl3EDl2EDll ED10 ED9 ED8 GO001 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EST9 EA6 EA5 EA4 EA3 EA2 EAI EAO GO002 0 0 0 ...

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    10.2.4 TRACE screen Each time a specified signal changes, the state of the signal is written into trace memory. The operation of the PMC-NA differs from that of the PMC-NB. 10.2.4.1 10.2.4.1 Operation for the PMC-NA c TRACE \ STOP ADDRESS=GOOOO NO. 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0000 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0001 0 0 0 ...

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    10.2.4.2 Operation for the PMGNB (1) TRACE PARAMETER screen PMC SIGNAL TRACE MONIT RUN \ TRACE MODE (0: 1 BYTE,, :2WTE/2:VVORD) : 1ST TRACE ADDRESS CONDITION ADDRESS TYPE : (O:PMC/l :PHY) ADDRESS . . MASK DATA 2ND TRACE ADDRESS CONDITION ADDRESS TYPE : (O:PMC/l :PHY) ADDRESS . . MASK DATA . . (a)...

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    (e) [EXEC] soft key : Start of tracing. Clear the trace memory and trace memory contents are update when the specified signal are changed from previous ones. The trace memory are always maintained up to the previous results for 256 bytes from the latest ones regardless of the time lapse. (2 byte ...

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    (a) Set the sampling time. (b) Specify the trigger address when execute the record by trigger. (c) Set the recording start condition. 0 : Execute by [START] soft key. 1: Press [START] soft key than execute a rising edge uftrig- ger signal. 2 : Press [STARTJ soft key than execute a fall edge of tr...

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    (3) SCOPE screen PMC SIGNAL ANAUSYS(SCOPE) \ SAMPLING TIME : MoN’T 9YN 10 CONDITION TRIGGER ADDRESS: GO007.2 TRIGGER MODE : 0 MF MOO MO1 FIN t ______________----- I I I 0 256(MSEC) , [SGNPRY [ START] [ TSRCH] [ADRESS] [ ] Note) ( ) a 0 0 C (d) ( ) e (9 (9) The above figure is a screen for the a...

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    10.2.6 I/O CHECK screen [IOCHK] The I/O CHECK screen displays the status of I/O link connection. If assignment is performed using the I/O ASSIGNMENT screen (soft key [EDIT] + [MODULEI), data input/output is possible. r- I/O CHECK GROUP ID KIND OF UNIT 00 80 CONNECTION UINIT [ PASCAL] [ P.TRAC ] [...

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    10.3 PMC Parameter 10.3.1 Input of PMC parameter from MDI 0 1 Select MDI mode or depress EMERGENCY STOP button. 0 2 “PWE” set to “1” on SETTING screen or PROGRAM PROTECT sig- nal (KEY4) turn to “I”. \ PWE KEY4 Timer 0 Counter 0 0 Keep relay 0 Data table 0 0 1 Select the display scre...

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    10.3.3 COUNTER screen Set and display the preset values and integrated values of the counter instruction (SUB 4). Page number (change by page cursor key) r Preset value (MAX. value) (The min. value specified in the program) 7 Integrated value PMC PARAMETER (COUNTER) I#&1 MONIT RUN \ NO. ADDRE...

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    0 Battery-powered memory control Parameter Data No. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #O _- _ . #7 (MWRTF2) #6 (MWRTFI) : State of writing to battery-powered memory ii) Data for the PMC control software The keep relays described below are used with the system, pre- venting the keep relays from being used with...

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    10.3.4.2 Data for the PMGNB f,,, PARAMETER (KEEP RELAY) - Refer the address by ladder prog- NO. ADDRESS DATA NO. ADDRESS DATA 01 KOO 00000000 11 KIO 00000000 02 KOI 00000000 12 Kll . . . . . . . . . . . 000000~ ~~~;~g& . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..#. 03 K02 00000000 13 K12 . . . . . . ...

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    #O 0 : The dynamic display of the ladder program is done. 1: The dynamic display of the ladder program is not done. ~7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #I #O cl : K018 IGNDINT IGNKEY \ #7 IGNDINT 0: 1 : * The CRT is initialized when the screen is switched to the PMCMDI screen. The CRT is not initialized when the s...

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    10.3.5 DATA (Data table) screen The operation of the PMC-NA differs from that of the PMGNB. 10.35 1 Operation for the PMC-NA (1) DATA TABLE CONTROL DATA screen (DATA TABLE CONTROL DATA NO. ADDRESS PARAMETER NO.OF DATA OFFSET SPECIAL TABLE NO.0 000 Do000 001 Do002 00000000 002 DO010 00000000 20 00...

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    (2) DATA screen r Group number ##OOl NO. ADDRESS DATA NO. ADDRESS DATA 0000 DO018 4 0001 DO019 0 0002 DO020 0 0003 DO021 100 0004 DO022 0 0005 DO023 0 0006 DO024 0 0007 DO025 0 0008 DO026 0 0009 DO027 0 [ TIMER ] [coufm] [KEEPRL] [ DATA ] ( I [-ETc- I l Address [DATA]: A specified address is foun...

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    (TYPE> 0 : 1 byte 1:2bytes 2 : 4 bytes (2) Data setting screen r Group number J- Number of page &lC PRM (DATA) OOl/OOl MONIT RUN\ NO. ADDRESS DATA 000 DO000 0 001 00001 0 002 DO002 0 003 00003 0 004 00004 0 005 00005 0 006 00006 0 007 DO007 0 008 00008 0 009 00009 0 [ C.DATA] [G-SRCY [SEAR...

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    10.4 Input/Output of PMC Data The operation of the PMGNA differs from that of the PMC-NB. 10.4.1 Operation for the PMC-NA 10.4.1.1 Activation of the built-in program (1) (2) (3) 10.4. (1) (2) Select the PMC screen. Press the PMC/CNC key to display the PMC screen. When the built-in program is acti...

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    10.4.1.5 Input from ROM cassette Data can be read from the ROM cassette used with the FS15A. Turn off the power to the CNC. Attach a ROM cassette adaptor (A20B-2000-0760) to the ROM cas- sette, then insert the ROM cassette into the mini-slot of the power supply unit on the back plane. Turn on the...

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    10.4.1.9 Output to the FD cassette Press the PMC/CNC key to display the PMC screen. Press the [l/O] soft key to display the I/O screen. Press the [FDCAS] soft key to display the FDCAS screen. Press the [OUTPUTJ soft key. Select the [LADDER] soft key. Specify the desired file name. Press the [ADD]...

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    @ Confirm to the built-in type PMC programmer is running. T PMC CONTROL SYSTEM MENU MONIT RUN \ SELECT ONE OF FOLLOWING SOFT KEYS PMCLAD : SYNAMIC LADDER DISPLAY PMCDGN : DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION PMCPRM : PARAMETER (T/C/K/D) . . . . .*. . . . . .*: .*. . . . .*. . . . . . .*. . .*. . .*. . .*. .*. . :_...

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    @ Select the I/O device unit by soft keys. Soft key Description I HOST Transfers data with a FAPT LADDER (P-G, P-G Mate, or personal computer). FDCAS Transfers data with a FANUC FD cassette. F-ROM Transfers data with flash EEPROM. This is where the sequence program is stored. M-CARD Transfers dat...

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    @ Confirm to the above setting is correct, then press [EXEC] soft key. @ NC side is previously made EXECUTING after the device is made HOST and the operation on the P-G side is done later for the data in- put/output with P.G. i) NC --+ P-G : Turned on 1 F8 1 key. 1 RO 1 1 03 1 ii) P-G --+ NC : Tu...

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    10.5 Functional Instruction 10.5.1 Functional instruction list 1) Kind of functional instruction and contents of processing Function instruc- 1 END1 1 2 END2 2 3 END3 48 4 TMR 3 5 TMRB 24 6 TMRC 54 7 DEC 4 8 DECB 25 9 CTR 5 10 CTRC 55 11 ROT 6 12 ROTB 26 13 COD 7 14 CODB 27 15 MOVE 8 16 MOVOR 28 ...

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    Functional instruc- No. tion Processing PMC PMC 1 . -NA -NB lnstruc- SUB tion number 43 DISPB 41 Extended display message 0 0 44 EXIN 42 External data input 0 0 45 WINDR 51 NC window data read 0 0 46 WINDW 52 NC window data write 0 0 47 FNCSX 9x Arbitaty functional instruction 0 0 (X= oto70) 48 M...

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    10.5.2 Detail of function command (1) 1st level program end (2) 2nd level program end (3) 3rd level program end (4) (9 ACT Valiable timer + 1-_I no. (I-40) ACT Fixed timer + (6) ACT Valiable timer + l-_T;Giii;_we) (7) ACT Dec* ~1~~~~~~~~~ [Decode instruction] 00 00 + Pos. of digit -- L 01 : Decod...

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    (9) Counter Counter no. (I-20) (10) Counter Address of preset value Counter register address Rotation contrd RN0 -It- BYT -Ii- DIR +I- POS -It- INC -II- ACT -=!I- ROT SUB6 Binary RNOk- rotation control 2; ROTB -II- SUB26 DIR -It- POS -H- INC -It- ACT (13) -it- Code conversion - 000 0000 0000 0000...

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    (14) FIST _ Wl (1 : Error) -i&ODB 1-1 - Binary code ACT conversion + (15) ACT \ -It- MOVE 1 0000 Logical product transfer (18) Data Transfer after logical sum (17, 18) Common line control (19, 20) Jump (21) Parity check OE t I 1 $I:1 IO000 Fkdataaddress OE 0 : Even-parity check, 1 : Odd-parit...

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    Wl (1: Error) (1 : l-byte, 2 : a-byte, 4 : rlbyte) Input data address SIN I3500 R9000 When converts BCD to binary ; 0 : Positive, 1 : Negative [Operation output register] l Operation for the PMGNA #7 #6 #S #4 #3 #2 #l #Q N Z V 6 . V : Overflow, 2 : Zero, N : Negative l Operation for the PMGNB #7 ...

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    (26) BY-I- Coincidence +I- Ch0Ck ACT -II- (27) Shift register (28) Data serch (29) Binary data search PO) Indexed data transfer COIN SUB16 0 0000 0000 Wl (0 : Ref. data#Cop. data, --o--_ 1 : Ref. data=cop. data) Format of reference data (0 : Constant data, 1 : Address) Reference value (Constant d...

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    (3’) Binary index modifier data transfer RW , +I- XMOVB RST +I- SUB35 ACT +I- RW 0 : Read mode, 1 : Write mode (32) Addition (33) Subtraction 0000 0000 1 0000 (34 BYT, Multiplication -z-l MUL I WI (1 : Error) No. of byte (1 : 1 -byte, 2 : 29byte, 4 : 4-byte) Storage address of no. of data Start...

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    Binary -I +I NUMEB d&i&ion of constant I SUB24 0 0000 0000 Summand address Addend value (Address or constant data) [Data format] 0 O* o- 1 :l-byte,2:2-byte,4:clbyte t 0 : Addend value or address, 1 : Address [Operation output register] l Operation for the PMC-NA #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #I #O ,...

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    (41) FIST Binary TCr DlvB division +l- SUB39 WI (1 : Error) I Data format 0000 (The conditions are same as ADDB.) 0000 Dividend address 0000 Devier value (Address or constant data) 0000 Output address . (The remainder-data is putput to operation register R9002-R9005.) Wl (Processing end) 0000 Sum...

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    (51) MONI ,_ WI Monitor -i J MONI control CLEA -i SUB47 0000 0000 0000 0000 00 0000 0000 (52) ACT, f Transfer of --1l- MOVB 1 byte w ACT, Transfer of ---tt- MoVW f 2bYks w ACT Transfer of -l MOVN an arbitrary number of bytes I-T- SUB45 0 0000 0000 (55) MMC3 JiqpLGF window data read SU088 1 0000 0...

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    (59) Exclusive OR (60) Logical AND (61) Logical OR (62) Logical NOT (63) Endufa Format specification Source data address Destination data (address or constant) Operatim result output address [Format specification] q lOOO+ 1: 1 byte 2: 2bytes 4: 4bytes t: Specifies a constant as source data. 1: Sp...

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    ;prwrm I..., Uniconditional (67) SPE Endoda -Et SUB72 subprogram Subprogram number (Pl to P512) Subprogram number (PI to P512) Jump destination label number (Ll to L9999) Jump destination label number (Ll to L9999) LabeI number (Ll to L9999) 498

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    l No part of this manual ma-y be ~epwduced in any form. l AI1 specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.

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