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    GE Fanuc AutomationComputer Numerical Control ProductsSeries 15 / 150 – Model BMaintenance ManualB-62075E/04 May 1998

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    GFL-001Warnings, Cautions, and Notesas Used in this PublicationWarningWarning notices are used in this publication to emphasize that hazardous voltages, currents,temperatures, or other conditions that could cause personal injury exist in this equipment ormay be associated with its use.In situatio...

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

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB–62075E/04s–21 DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEThis manual includes safety precautions for protecting the maintenance personnel (herein referredto as the user) and preventing damage to the machine. Precautions are classified into Warnings andCautions according to t...

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    B–62075E/04SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs–32 WARNINGS RELATED TO CHECK OPERATIONWARNING1. When checking the operation of the machine with the cover removed(1) The user’s clothing could become caught in the spindle or other components, thuspresenting a danger of injury. When checking the operation, st...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB–62075E/04s–4WARNING5. Ensure that the specified feedrate is appropriate for the intended operation. Generally, for eachmachine, there is a maximum allowable feedrate. The appropriate feedrate varies with theintended operation. Refer to the manual provided with the machi...

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    B–62075E/04SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs–53 WARNINGS RELATED TO REPLACEMENTWARNING1. Always turn off the power to the CNC and the main power to the power magnetics cabinet. Ifonly the power to the CNC is turned off, power may continue to be supplied to the serve section.In such a case, replacing a uni...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB–62075E/04s–64 WARNINGS RELATED TO PARAMETERSWARNING1. When machining a workpiece for the first time after modifying a parameter, close the machinecover. Never use the automatic operation function immediately after such a modification.Instead, confirm normal machine operat...

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    B–62075E/04SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs–75 WARNINGS AND NOTES RELATED TO DAILYMAINTENANCEWARNING1. Memory backup battery replacementWhen replacing the memory backup batteries, keep the power to the machine (CNC) turned on,and apply an emergency stop to the machine. Because this work is performed with...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB–62075E/04s–8WARNING2. Absolute pulse coder battery replacementWhen replacing the memory backup batteries, keep the power to the machine (CNC) turned on,and apply an emergency stop to the machine. Because this work is performed with the poweron and the cabinet open, only t...

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    B–62075E/04SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs–9WARNING3. Fuse replacementBefore replacing a blown fuse, however, it is necessary to locate and remove the cause of theblown fuse.For this reason, only those personnel who have received approved safety and maintenancetraining may perform this work.When replacin...

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    Table of ContentsB–62075E/04c–1SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs–1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PREFACEp–1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    TABLE OF CONTENTSB–62075E/04c–22.4INTER–MACHINE CONNECTION68. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.4.1CRT/MDI Unit68. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTSB–62075E/04c–32.6.9Module (Option 1 Board)169. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6.10Module (OSI Ethernet Board)169. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    TABLE OF CONTENTSB–62075E/04c–43.2.3.4Pitch error compensation data input218. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.2.3.5Custom macro variable value input218. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTSB–62075E/04c–5APPENDIXA. MAINTENANCE PARTS329. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A.1MAINTENANCE PARTS FOR THE FANUC Series 15–B330. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B. BOOT SYSTEM...

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    B–62075E/04PREFACEp–1PREFACEThis manual is organized as described below.1. CRT/MDI display and operationThis chapter covers those items, displayed on the screen, that arerelated to maintenance. A list of all supported operations is alsoprovided at the end of this chapter.2. HardwareThis chap...

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    PREFACEB–62075E/04p–2This manual can be used with the following models. The abbreviated names may be used.Product NameAbbreviationsFANUC Series 15–TB15–TBFANUC Series 15–TFB15–TFBFANUC Series 15TED–MODEL B–4 (*1) 15TED15–TFANUC Series 15TEE–MODEL B–4 (*1) 15TEEFANUC Series 1...

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    B–62075E/04PREFACEp–3Product NameSeriesFANUC Series 15–TBFANUC Series 15–TFBFANUC Series 15TED–MODEL B–4FANUC Series 15TEE–MODEL B–4FANUC Series 15TEF–MODEL B–4T seriesFor LatheFANUC Series 150–TBFANUC Series 15–TTBFANUC Series 15–TTFBTT seriesFANUC Series 150–TTBFANUC...

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    PREFACEB–62075E/04p–4Manuals related to FANUC Series 15/150–MODEL B are as follows.This manual is marked with an asterisk (*).List of manuals related to Series 15/150–MODEL BManual NameSpecificationNumberFANUC Series 15–TB/TFB/TTB/TTFB DESCRIPTIONSB–62072EFANUC Series 15/150–MODEL ...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL11 OPERATION OF MDI PANELThis chapter describes how to display and operate each screen, and soforth.1.1OPERATION OF MDI PANEL2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2DISPLAYING SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS9. . . . . . . . . 1.3ALARM HISTORY DISPLAY13. . . . ....

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL2ACTUALPOSITION(MANUALINTERRUP-TION PULSEVALUE)ACTUAL POSITON (MANUAL INTERRUP-TION VALUE)ACTUALPOSITION(BLOCKRESTART)ACTUALPOSITION(PRO-GRAM RE-START)ACTURALPOSITION(TOOLNOSE)ACTUAL POSITON(MACHINE)ACTUALPOSITION(ABSOLUTE)ACTUAL POSITON (RELATINVE)ACTUAL POS...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL3Screens included inPROGRAMPROGRAM SCREENTEXTDIR_MEMDIR_FLPCHPTERCON-TENTSOF PRO-GRAMPRO-GRAM DI-RECTRYSCREENFILE DIREC-TRYPROGRAM OFFSET SCREENTOOLWRK.ZERTLC_OFSCHAPTERTOOLOFFSETVALUESCREENWORKORIGINOFFSETVALUESCREENTOOLLENTHMEASUE-MENTCSREENOFFSETScreens in...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL4TOOLLENGTHCOM-PENSATIONSCREENPRG_CHKScreens included inPRG_CHKCOMMAND SCREENCHECKLASTACTIVEOPE.MNTRCHAPTERPROGRAMCHECKSCREENPROGRAM(LASTBLOCK)PROGRAM(CURRENTBLOCK)OPERATINGMONITORSCREENCOMMAND SCREENPOS_DATCHAPTERCUTTERCOM-PENSA-TIONSCREENCANNEDCYCLESCREENCO...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL5SETTING(INPUT/OUTPU)SETTING(GENER-AL)SETTING(OPERA-TOR’SPANEL)SETTING(MACROVARI-ABLE)Screens indluded inSETTINGSETTINGSETTING SCREENHANDYGENERAL OP.PANELMACROCHAPTERSETTING SCREENTL.LIFECHAPTERTOOL LIFEMANAGE-MENTSETTING SCREENTIMERRS232CCHAPTERSETTING(TIM...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL6Screens included inSERVICESERVICESERVICE SCREENPARAMPITCHDIAGNOS DSP.MEMCHAPTERPARAME-TERSCRRENPITCHERRORSCREENDIAGNO-SISSCREENMEMORYDISPLAYSERVICE SCREENSYSTEMWAV–CHAPTERSYSTEMSTRUC-TURESCREENSERVICE SCREENSERVOSPINDLEHPCCCHAPTERSERVOSETTINGAND AD-JUSTING...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL7MESSAGEScreens included inMESSAGEMESSAGE SCREENALARMOPERATORCHAPTERALARMSCREENOPERATORMESSAGESCREEN Screens included inGRAPHICGRAPHICGRAPHIC SCREENGRAPHPARAMCHAPTERGRAPHICDISPLAYGRAPHICPARAME-TER

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL8HISTORYScreens included inPOSITIONPROGRAMOFFSETPRG_CHKCHAPTERALM_HISCHAPTEROPERA-TION HIS-TORYSCREENSETTINGSERVICEMESSAGEGRAPHICCHAPTERHISTORYCHAPTERALARMHISTORYSCREEN

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL9The software and hardware configuration of the CNC unit can bedisplayed on the CRT display. This feature allows you to easily obtainhardware or software information necessary, for example, whenmaintaining the CNC.(1) Press the SERVICE key or [SERVICE] soft ...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL10SYSTEM CONFIG(SOFTWARE)O1234 N12345 SOFTWARE KIND:SERIES/EDITION HELP MESSAGE (1) : AH00 (2) / 0001 (3) SYSTEM BOOT: 6014/ 0005 DIGITAL SERVO: 9060/ 0005 SERIAL SPDL #1: 9A20/ 0008 SERIAL SPDL #2: 9A20/ 0008 PMC – NA: 4046/ 0005 GRAPHIC: 6001/ 000...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL11(3) ID numberXXXX : XXModule IDXX3F : Remote buffer modeXX45 : Graphic CPU boardXX62 : Main CPU board (high–speed)XX63 : Additional axis/sub–CPU boardXX6B : PMC–NB boardXX6C : FAPT/IAP CPU boardXX71 : Main CPU board (standard)XX74 : ROM cassette adapt...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL12SYSTEM CONFIG(SLOT)O1234 N12345(1)CMC MAIN CPU BOARDMODULERemark(2)PROGRAM MEMORY(FROM): 6MBYTE3.MAIN MEMORY(DRAM): 4MBYTEMAIN MEMORY(SRAM): TYPE ATAPE MEMORY(FILE): 512KBYTEPERIPHERAL MODULE: _CHARACTER CONTROL: 9”CRTSPINDLE CONTROL: SERIAL,HI–DISERVO ...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL13(1) Press the [HISTRY] soft key.(2) Press the [ALM_HIS] soft key. Then, the alarm history screenappears.(3) Other screens can be displayed by using the page keys( PAGE and PAGE ).ALARM HISTORYO0000 N00001 SW000 PARAMETER ENABLE SWITCH ON 96/08/26 ...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL14(1) The operation history function does not collect history data itemswhile the OPERATION HISTORY screen is being displayed.(2) While the OPERATION HISTORY screen is being displayed, theoperation history function does not collect history data items evenwhen...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL15The help function displays detailed information about the alarm state ofthe CNC unit and soft key operations in a window on the CRT screen.While the CNC screen is displayed, press the HELP key ( SHIFT+ EOB) todisplay the help window. To clear the help wind...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL16Select “1.ALARM” from the help initial menu to display alarm helpinformation (alarm selection/alarm details).ALARM SELECTION:FOREGROUND PROGRAM/SETTING ALM.BG :BACKGROUND PROGRAM/SETTING ALM.SR :SERIOUS PROGRAM/SETTING ALARMOH :OVER HEAT ALARMSB :SUB CP...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL17Select “2.SOFT KEY” from the help initial menu to display soft key helpinformation (soft key selection/soft key details).SOFTKEY SELECTIONNO.1POSITIONNO.6SERVICE2.SOFT KEYKEY STATUS: FUNCTION SELECTION(SELECT BY CURSOR & PUSH INPUT KEY)NO.2PROGRAMNO...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL18Press the HELP key when the CNC is placed in the alarm state. Then, helpinformation (alarm details/alarm list) relating to the currently issuedalarm is displayed.ALARM NO.:PS01001/02DIVISION :GENERALAN ILLEGAL G CODE WAS SPECIFIED INA NC SENTENCE. THIS ALA...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL19(1) Press the SERVICE key.(2) Press the [DIAGNOS] soft key. Then, the diagnosis screen isdisplayed.The status of the interface signals (F and G) between the PMC and CNCcan be displayed as the CNC internal status. The following table lists thecorrespondenc...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL20NumberBitDisplayInternal status when 1 is displayed10000INPOSITION CHECKThe position is being checked.1FEED RATE OVERRIDEThe feedrate override is 0%.2JOG FEED OVERRIDEThe jog feedrate override is 0%.3INT./START LOCK ONThe start lock or interlock is on.4SPEE...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL21#10 Other than the above(Note3)#11 Not used.NOTE1 The DO DEN or IPEN signal is high.Constant surface speed control is being executed.The status of the DI HEAD1/2 signal is invalid in the MDImode. (Only for the Series 15–TT)2 The DO OP signal is low for r...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL22The warning status is displayed.When the warning status is released, the bit is set to 0.#71009#6#5#4#3#2#1#0A bit indicates the following status when 1 is displayed for it.#0 The system is in the warning state.#1 to #7 Not used.The reset status and the sta...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL23The positional deviation of each axis is displayed.NumberDisplayDescription3000X SERVO ERRORPositional deviation along the X–axis in thedetection unitY SERVO ERRORPositional deviation along the Y–axis in thedetection unitZ SERVO ERRORPositional deviatio...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL24#7ALDF3025#6#5#4EXPC#3#2#1#0Cause of the alarm7 bitALDF4 bitEXPCMotor overheated10Amplifier overheated00Disconnected built–in pulse coder (hard)10Disconnected separate pulse coder (hard)11Disconnected pulse coder (soft)00When a disconnection alarm (SV 015...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL25If an alarm is detected at power–on when the absolute position is detectedoptionally, the message SV101 DATA ERROR (ABS PCDR) or OT032NEED ZRN (ABS PCDR) appears. The cause of the alarm is indicatedin the diagnostic data.If the alarm message SV101 DATA E...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL26(1) Amount of shift in the coordinate system by manual operationThe amount of shift when the manual absolute signal based on manualoperation along each axis is indicated.DiagnosisNo.DisplayMeaning of display data4100MANUALSHIFTIndicates the amount of shift ...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL27(4) Amount of offset in the coordinate system by local coordinate systemsetting using the G52 commandThe amount of offset in the coordinate system with the G52 commandalong each axis is indicated.DiagnosisNo.DisplayMeaning of display data4103G52 OFFSETIndic...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL28 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)TAPE JOG STOP READ MTN FTN 16:52:13 @ ALM(1) Automatic operation mode selection (MEM, MDI, TAPE, EDIT, or ****)This field displays the automatic operation mode currently selected.When no automatic operation mod...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL29(6) M/S/T/B function status (FIN or ***)This field displays FIN when a miscellaneous function such as M, S,T, and B is being performed (that is, when the system is waiting for acompletion signal from the PMC). In other cases, this field displays***.(5)’ ...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL30(1) Press the [SERVICE] soft key or SERVICEkey.(2) Press the [WAVE DIAGNS] soft key. Then, the WAVE DIAGNOSIS(GRAPH) screen is displayed.STOPMEM *** STOP **** *** *** 03:14:18LSKWAVE DIAGNOSIS(GRAPH)000000000000111 NNN000000000000333WAVE1.X2.Y050010001500T...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL310 : Starts sampling data the moment the [TRACE] key is pressed.1 : Starts sampling data when the trigger signal rises after the[TRACE] key is pressed.2 : Starts sampling data when the trigger signal falls after the[TRACE] key is pressed.NOTEWhen no trigger ...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL32(e) AXIS ASSIGNEnter one of the following settings in the AXIS ASSIGN field onthe WAVE DIAGNOSIS (PARAMETER) screen.[When 1 to 7 is specified as the waveform type]1 to (the number of controlled axes): Servo axis number[When 9 is specified as the waveform t...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL33(b) TRIGGEREnter the PMC address and bit number corresponding to the triggersignal specified in the TRIGGER field on the WAVE DIAGNOSIS(PARAMETER) screen.Valid data range: G000.0 to G511.7,F000.0 to F319.7, Y000.0 to Y127.7,and X000.0 to X127.7(c) DELAY TIM...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL34(1) Starting data samplingPress the [TRACE] key. The system enters the sampling–enabledstate (trace mode).(2) Terminating data samplingPress the [STOP] key. When data is being sampled, data sampling isterminated.As soon as data is sampled, it is display...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL351. Press the <PRG–CHK> soft key or P–CHECK key.2. Press the <OPE.MNTR> key.NOTE1 Set the numbers of the axes whose load is to be displayedin parameter Nos. 2231 to 2333. Set the rated load of themotor corresponding to each load meter in p...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL36The function for displaying internal position compensation data displaysthe data used in the CNC for each function while the following functionsare executed:Cutter compensationTool length compensationDrilling canned cycleCoordinate rotationThree–dimension...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL373–DIMCNVSONROTATIONCANNEDCYCLETL LENOFFSETCUTTERCMPENSCHAPTER3–DIMOFFSETSCALINGPRGMBLMIRRORMDI***STOP**** */* */* 02:47:55 LSKPOSITION DATA O0100 N00000CUTTER COMPENSATION(RELATIVE)(DIST TO GO)ON/OFFX0.000X0.000Y0.000Y0.000OFFSET VECTORZ0.000Z0.00...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL38[CUT IN VALUE]Displays the depth of cut for G73 and G83.[SHIFT VALUE]Displays the shift for G76 and G87.MDI***STOP**** */* */* 02:47:55 LSKPOSITION DATA O0100 N00000COORDINATE SYSTEM ROTATION(RELATIVE)(DIST TO GO)ON/OFFX0.000X0.000Y0.000Y0.000ROTATIO...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL39[ROTATION ANGLE]Displays the rotation angle for three–dimensional coordinateconversion.3–DIMCNVSONROTATIONCANNEDCYCLETL LENOFFSETCUTTERCMPENSCHAPTER3–DIMOFFSETSCALINGPRGMBLMIRRORMDI***STOP**** */* */* 02:47:55 LSKPOSITION DATA O0100 N00000PROGRA...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL403–DIMCNVSONROTATIONCANNEDCYCLETL LENOFFSETCUTTERCMPENSCHAPTER3–DIMOFFSETSCALINGPRGMBLMIRRORMDI***STOP**** */* */* 02:47:55 LSKPOSITION DATA O0100 N00000THREE–DIMENSIONAL TOOL OFFSET(RELATIVE)(DIST TO GO)ON/OFFX0.000X0.000Y0.000Y0.000OFFSET VECTO...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL41This function always collects history data for keys pressed by the NCoperator and the states of signals set by the NC operator. In addition, thisfunction enables the operator to monitor history data when necessary.Press the [HISTRY] soft key. Then, the OP...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL42(b) Alarm data item(i)Press the [ALARM] key.(ii) Use one of the following search methods:1. Enter an alarm type and alarm number with keys.ExampleOT7When the entered alarm type and alarm number agree withthose of a history data item, that history data item ...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL43Once history data has been searched for, the search pointer is kept untilthe power is turned off. When the memory for history data items becomesfull, the first data in the history is automatically used as the search pointer.(4) Outputting history dataHisto...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL44(c) History data items are output in ASCII code in the followingformat.(i)MDI keyExample When the [A] key is pressed[MDI] key pushed A LF(ii) DI/DOExample1 When the state of G003.5 changes from off to onDI/DO changed G3.5_ON LFExample2 When different signal...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL45Specifying data1. Press the cursor keys or to move the cursor to the positionto enter data.2. Enter a signal type (X, Y, G, or F) and address, then press the [INPUT]soft key.Example Y4([INPUT] key)Valid data range: G0 to G511, F0 to F319, X0 to X127, or ...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL46Classifi-cationFunctionDataprotecionkeyPWE =1(DATANo. 8000)ModeselectionFunctionkeyClearTool offset ValueKEY 1PowerONOFFSETOperation menu key→ [ALL–CLR]→ [ALL], [WEAR],or [GEOMETRY]Data In-put FromTapeOne Program Input(program numbernot changed)KEY 3E...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL47Classifi-cationFunctionkeyModeselectionPWE =1(DATANo. 8000)DataprotecionkeyFunctionOutputParameter, Pitch er-ror compensationdataEDITSERVICE[ALL]Operation menu key→ [PUNCH] → [PARAM][PITCH]Offset ValueEDITOFFSETOperation menu key→ [PUNCH]→ [TOOL]All...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL48Classifi-cationFunctionkeyModeselectionPWE =1(DATANo. 8000)DataprotecionkeyFunctionProgramEditingDeletion of all ProgramsKEY 3EDITPRGRMOperation menu key→ [DELETE] →[PROGRAM]→ [ALL]→ [EXEC]Deletionof a Pro-gramCurrentlydis-playedprogramKEY 3EDITPRGR...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL49Classifi-cationFunctionkeyModeselectionPWE =1(DATANo. 8000)DataprotecionkeyFunctionI/O to orfrom FANUC cassetteFile head searchEDITPRGRMOperation menu key→ [SERCHFILE]→ [TOP] → [EXEC]Operation menu key→ [SERCHFILE]→ [(FILE#)] → [EXEC]Operation m...

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    B–62075E/041. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL50Classifi-cationFunctionkeyModeselectionPWE =1(DATANo. 8000)DataprotecionkeyFunctionManual operationManual refererenceposition returnJOGSet the reference position return switch to ON.→Set the +X, –X, +Y, and –Y switches to ON.→The reference position ...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE512 HARDWAREThis chapter describes the overall configuration of the CNC controlsection, the interconnections between the units, the functions of the PCboards, and the functions of the modules on the PC boards.2.1STRUCTURE52. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE52Servo motorCRT/MDI unit and etc.FANUC Series 15–BonoffO0001N12345X123.456Y789.012OP1MAINPMCPSUControl unit (4–slot)α seriesservoamplifierConnection unit and etc.FANUCI/O LINK↑↓Machine side operator’s panel, magnetics circuit and etc.2.1STRUCTURE

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE53OptionboardOptionboardOptionboardThe follow-ing option-al boardsare avail-able: RISCMMC–IIMMC–IIGraphicMMC–IIIMMC–IVOSI ether-net, etc.Option 1boardGraphic display controlCommunica-tion control(Remotebuffer)(DNC 1)SubboardSUB CPU4–axis controlspindle ( 2)Analog...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE54OptionboardOptionboardOptionboardThe follow-ing optionalboards areavailable:RISCMMC–IIMMC–IIGraphicMMC–IIIMMC–IVOSIether-net, etc.Option 1boardGraphic display controlCommunica-tion control(Remotebuffer)(DNC 1)Sub CPUboardSUB CPU4–axis controlspindle ( 2)Analog ...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE55AXES CPUboardAXES CPU4–axis controlspindle ( 2)Near zeroMPG 3BufferboardBufferAXES CPUboardAXES CPU4–axis controlspindle ( 2)Near zeroPower supplyyunitON/OFFcontrolPower supply unitAI OR BIOPTIONBASICBUFFERPSUAXESCPUBUFFERPSUAXESCPUBUFFERPSUAXESCPUFig. 2.2 (c) Confi...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE56Connection diagram for Series 15–TB/TTB/MB/TFB/TTFB/MFB/MEK/MEL/TED/TEE/TEF, Series 150–TB/MB/TTB (in case of serial spindle)ŸŸŸŸÅÅÅ2ND SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALE3RD SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALE4TH SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALEŸŸŸŸŸŸSCALE...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE57ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸSUB BOARDOPTION 1CRT(JA1)To CRT (In case of graphic display)6TH AXIS SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALE7TH AXIS SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALE8TH AXIS SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALEAMP2(JV6)ENC2(JF6)SCALE2(JF26)AMP3(JV7)AMP4(JV8)E...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE58Connection diagram for Series 15–TB/TTB/MB/TFB/TTFB/MFB/MEK/MEL/TED/TEE/TEF, Series 150–TB/MB/TTB (in case of analog spindle)ÅÅÅÅ2ND SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALEPOWER SUPPLYAC–IN(CP1)AC–OUT(CP2)AC–OUT(CP3)ON/OFF(CP4)+24V(CP5)+24E(CP6)ÅPMC BOARDMEM CAR...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE596TH AXIS SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALESUB BOARDR232–9(JD5J)R422–4(JD6D)A–IN(JA6)HDI–2(JA5B)SPDL–2(JA7B)ASPDL–2(JA8B)APCBAT(JA4B)AMP1(JV5)ENC1(JF5)SCALE1(JF25)AMP2(JV6)ENC2(JF6)SCALE2(JF26)AMP3(JV7)ENC3(JF7)SCALE3(JF27)AMP4(JV8)ENC4(JF8)SCALE4(JF28)OPTION...

  • Page 80

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE60Connection diagram for Series 15–MB (incase of multiple axis)ÅPOWER SUPPLYAC–IN(CP1)AC–OUT(CP2)AC–OUT(CP3)ON/OFF(CP4)+24V(CP5)+24E(CP6)ÅÅPMC BOARDMEM CARD(CNMC)I/O LINK(JD1A)MAIN CPU BOARDCRT(JA1)MDI(JA2)R232–1(JD5A)R232–2(JD5B)MPG(JA3)HDI–1(JA5A)MAX BUS...

  • Page 81

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE61Additional cabinet (in case of serial spindle interface)2ND AXIS SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALEPOWER SUPPLYAC–IN(CP1)1ST CPU BOARDSPDL–1(JA7A)ASPDL–1(JA8A)APCBAT(JA4)AMP1(JV1)ENC1(JF1)SCALE1(JF21)AMP2(JV2)ENC2(JF2)SCALE2(JF22)AMP3(JV3)ENC3(JF3)SCALE3(JF23)AMP4(J...

  • Page 82

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE62Additional cabinet (in case of analog spindle interface)ADDITIONALCABINET2ND AXIS SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALEPOWER SUPPLYAC–IN(CP1)1ST CPU BOARDSPDL–1(JA7A)ASPDL–1(JA8A)APCBAT(JA4)AMP1(JV1)ENC1(JF1)SCALE1(JF21)AMP2(JV2)ENC2(JF2)SCALE2(JF22)AMP3(JV3)ENC3(JF3)S...

  • Page 83

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE63Connection diagram for Series 15–TB/TTB/MB/MEL/TEE (in case of graphic function bult–in type LCD/MDI unit): :EMERGENCY STOPCRT(JA1 )MDI(JA2 )R232–1(JD5A)R232–2(JD5B)MPG(JA3 )HDI–1(JA5A)SPDL–1(JA7A)APCBAT(JA4A)AMP1(JV1 )ENC1(JF1 )SCALE1 (JF21)AMP2(JV2 )ENC2(JF...

  • Page 84

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE645TH SERVO AMPSUB BOARDR232–9(JD5J)RS–232–C I/O DEVICERS–422 I/O DEVICEANALOG I/O 4HIGH SPEED DI 4R422–4(JD6D)A–IN(JA6)HDI–2 (JA5B)SPDL–2 (JA7B)ASPDL–2(JA8B)EMERGENCY STOPCN1APC BATTERYSERIAL PULSECODER5TH SERVOMOTORSCALET1100VAC200VAC6TH AXISSERVO AMP...

  • Page 85

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE65Connection diagram for MMC–IIPOWER SUPPLYAC–IN(CP1)AC–OUT(CP2)AC–OUT(CP3)ON/OFF(CP4)+24V(CP5)ÅÅÅÅÅÅMain CPU BOARDMDI(JA2)200–240VAC POWERSUPPLYKEYBOARD UNITÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅON/OFFCN2CN1CNK1CRT/MDIUNITMMC–IIGRAPHIC BOARDCRT(JA1)PW2JD7AJD7BHARDDISKUNIT...

  • Page 86

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE66Connection diagram for MMC–IIIPOWER SUPPLYAC–IN(CP1)AC–OUT(CP2)AC–OUT(CP3)ON/OFF(CP4)+24V(CP5)MINI SLOTEXTERNAL HARDDISK INTERFACESCSI(JD19)ÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅMAIN CPU BOARDMDI(JA2)200–240VAC POWERSUPPLYÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅON/OFFCN2CN1CNK1CRT/MDI...

  • Page 87

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE67Connection diagram for MMC–IVPOWER SUPPLYAC–OUT(CP2)+24V(CP5)ÅÅÅÅÅÅVIDEO SIGNALOUTPUT PCBOF CNCCRT(JA1)ÔÔÅ: HONDA TSUSIN (PCR 20pins): HONDA TSUSIN (PCR 50pins): AMP: AMP (mini–DIN 6pins)ÅÅÅCN1CN2ÅÅÅANALOGCRT/MDI UNITTHE OTHER PCBI/O DEVICEPOWERSUPPL...

  • Page 88

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE68Power supply unitMain CPU boardOption 1 boardCP4CP2 or CP3CRT(JA1) (without graphic)MDI(JA2)CRT(JA1) (with graphic)CN1(ON/OFF)*CK1CRT/MDI unitPDP/MDI unitorLCD/MDI unit* : CN214″CRT/MDI, 9″ color CRT/MDI, 9″ monochrome CRT/MDI, 9″PDP/MDI. . CP59.5″LCD/MDI. . Po...

  • Page 89

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE69(For details, including connector information, refer to the “FANUCSeries 15/150–MODEL B CONNECTION MANUAL (B–62073E).”14″ CRT/MDI, 9″ color CRT/MDI, 9″ PDP/MDI (200V type)CP2 or CP31200A2200B30VCP2 or CP111200A2200B30V9″ monochrome CRT/MDICP51+24V20V3CN21...

  • Page 90

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE70Connector : Half–pitch (PCR)CRT(JA1)JAI (For LCD)CN1 (For CRT)VDR (01)0V (02)VDG (03)0V (04)VDB (05)0V (06)HSYNC (18)0V (14)VSYNC (12)0V (16)(01)VDR(08)0V(04)VDG(11)0V(05)VDB(12)0V(02)HSYNC(09)0V(03)VSYNC(10)0VRecommended cable material:A66L–0001–0371 (Coaxial ca...

  • Page 91

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE71R232–1(JD5A)R232–2(JD5B)Punch panelMain CPU board(Channel 1)Tape reader etc.(Channel 2)ShieldConnector DBM–25SConnector : Half–pitch (PCR)R232–1(JD5A)R232–2(JD5B)Punch panelRD (01)0V (02)DR (03)0V (04)0V (06)CD (07)0V (08)(09)+24V (10)SD (11)0V (12)ER (13)0...

  • Page 92

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE72MPG(JA3)1st manual pulsegeneratorMain CPU board#1#2#32nd manual pulsegenerator3rd manual pulsegeneratorConnector : Half–pitch 20–pins(Hirose)MPG(JA3)Manual pulse generatorHA1 (01)HB1 (02)+5V (09)0V (12)HA2 (03)HB2 (04)+5V (18)0V (14)HA3 (05)HB3 (06)+5V (20)0V (16)(0...

  • Page 93

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE73Restrict voltage drop by cable to less than 0.2V in accordance with+5V/0V.Voltage drop V =A R 2LmWhere A : manual pulse generator’s current (0.1A)R : Registance per cable lengthL : Cable lengthm : No. of cablesWhen cable A66L–0001–0286 is used for one unit of manua...

  • Page 94

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE74Connector : Half–pitch20 pins(PCR)Connector : Half–pitch20 pins(PCR)IOLINK (JD1A)JD1BSIN (01)*SIN (02)SOUT (03)*SOUT (04)0V (11)0V (12)0V (13)0V (14)(+5V) (09)(+5V) (18)(+5V) (20)(01)SIN(02)*SIN(03)SOUT(04)*SOUT(11)0V(12)0V(13)0V(14)0V(09)(+5V)(18)(+5V)(20)(+5V)Recom...

  • Page 95

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE75ShieldConnector : Half–pitch20–pins (PCR)Connector : Half–pitch20–pins (PCR)JD2JD3 S1 (01)*S1 (02) S2 (03)*S2 (04) S3 (05)*S3 (06) S4 (07)*S4 (08) S5 (11)*S5 (12) S6 (13)*S6 (14)ID1 (09)ID2 (17)ID3 (18) 0V (15) 0V (16)(01) S1(02)*S1(03) S2(04)*S2(05...

  • Page 96

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE76200VAC∼230VAC100VACOff by emergency stopPower lineAC reactorAPCBAT(JA4A, JA4B)SCALEn(JF2n)ENCn(JFn)AMPn(JVn)JVnBT1Linear scale etc.Main CPU boardSub CPU boardorAdditional axisboardx:1 to 8Servo amp.PCbattery6VServomotorŸŸŸŸÈÈÈÈÈÈShieldConnector : Half–pitc...

  • Page 97

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE77Connector : CANONConnector : Half–pitch20–pinENCx(JFx)Serial pulse coder SD (01)*SD (02) REQ (05)*REQ (06)+6V (07)+5V (09)+5V (18)+5V (20)0V (12)0V (14)0V (16)(E)REQ(F)*REQ(A)SD(B)*SD(T)+6V(L)+5V(M)0V(U)OVA(N)SHLD(SheilRecommended cable : A66L–0001–0286(#20AWG ...

  • Page 98

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE78PCJVnBÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇPCVelocity feedback+ rotor posi-tionPosition feedbackSeparate type PCMain CPU boardor Sub boardJVn(AMP n)JFn(ENC n)JF2n(SCALE n)Servo amplifierServo motorLinear scale(n: 1 to 8. However, the sub–board is used when n = 4 to 8.)Cable for connec...

  • Page 99

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE79Serialspindle#1Main CPU boardSpindlemotorA–OUT1(JA8A)SPDL–1(JA7A)Serialspindle#2PCPCSpindlemotorPCAnalogspindleA–OUT1(JA8A)SPDL–1(JA7A)Main CPU boardSpindlemotor2.4.7Combining SerialSpindle and AnalogSpindleD Only serial spindle isusedD Only analog spindle isused

  • Page 100

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE80SPDL–x(JA7A, B)Main CPU boardSub CPU board orAdditional axisboardx:1, 2SPMJA7BConnector:Half–pitch20–pinConnector:Half–pitch20–pinsSPDL–x (JA7A, B)JA7BSIN (01)*SIN (02)SOUT (03)*SOUT (04)0V (11)0V (12)0V (13)0V (14)0V (15)0V (16)(01)SIN(02)*SIN(03)SOUT(04)*SO...

  • Page 101

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE81SPDL–x (JA7A, B)Spindlemotor200VACAnalog spindle amplifierMain CPU boardSub CPU board or Additional axis boardControl signalPosition coderPCx:1, 2A–OUTx (JA8A, B)SpindleConnector : Half–pitch20–pinsA–OUTx(JA8A, B)Analog spindle amplifierSVC (07) 0V (05)ENB1 (0...

  • Page 102

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE82R232–1(JD5C)R422–1(JD6A)Host computerOption 1 board(Channel 3)Host computerShieldConnector: D–SUB 25–pinConnector: Half–pitch20–pins (PCR)R232–3(JD5C)Host computerRD (01)0V (02)DR (03)0V (04)CS (05)0V (06)CD (07)0V (08)(09)+24V (10)SD (11)0V (12)ER (13)0V (...

  • Page 103

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE83ShieldConnector : D–SUB25 PinConnector : Half–pitch 20pins (PCR)R422–1(JD6A)Host computerRD (01)*RD (02)RT (03)*RT (04)CS (05)*CS (06)DM (07)Note) *DM (09)0V (08)(+24V) (10)SD (11)*SD (12)TT (13)*TT (14)RS (15)*RS (16)TR (17)*TR (18)(+24V) (19) (20)(04)RD(22)*RD(17...

  • Page 104

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE84HDI (JA5A)Touch sensorMain CPU boardHDI (JA5B)Touch sensorSub CPU board orAdditional axisboardConnector: Half–pitch20–pin (PCR)HDI (JA5)HDI0 (01)0V (02)HDI1 (11)0V (12)HDI2 (03)0V (04)HDI3 (13)0V (14)Shield2.4.11High–speed DI SignalInterfaceD Connection diagramD C...

  • Page 105

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE85The peripheral units, such as the control unit and CRT/MDI, have beendesigned on the assumption that they are housed in closed cabinets. In thismanual “cabinet” refers to the following:(1) Cabinet manufactured by the machine tool builder for housing thecontrol unit o...

  • Page 106

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE86The power capacity of the CNC control unit, which in this section meansthe specification required for the power supply, is obtained by adding thepower capacity of the control section and the power capacity of the servosection.Power capacity ofthe control sectionWhen the ...

  • Page 107

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE87The cables used for the CNC machine tool are classified as listed in thefollowing table :Bind the cables in each group as described in the action column.GroupSignal lineActionAPrimary AC power lineBind the cables in group A sepa-rately (Caution 1) from groupsBSecondary A...

  • Page 108

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE88The following ground systems are provided for the CNC machined tool:1. Signal ground system (SG)The signal ground (SG) supplies the reference voltage (0V) of theelectrical signal system to the machine.2. Frame ground system (FG)The frame ground system (FG) is used for sa...

  • Page 109

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE89Control unitM3 or M4 terminalfor signal ground(SG)Ground cable:wire with a sectional areaof 2mm2 or moreGround cablePrinted cir-cuit boardSGM3System groundFrameground (FG)=Ground plate ofthe cabinetConnect the 0 V line of the electronic circuit in the control unit with t...

  • Page 110

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE90The AC/DC solenoid and relay are used in the power magnetics cabinet.A high pulse voltage is caused by coil inductance when these devices areturned on or off.This pulse voltage induced through the cable causes the electronic circuitsto be disturbed.To reduce the pulse vo...

  • Page 111

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE91The CNC cables that required shielding should be clamped by the methodshown below. This cable clamp treatment is for both cable support andproper grounding of the shield. To insure stable CNC system operation,follow this cable clamp method.Partially peel out the sheath...

  • Page 112

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE92If an alarm condition occurs, an alarm message is usually displayed on theCRT screen. The state of the PCB when the alarm occurred is indicatedby the LEDs on the front panel of each control unit PCBs, as shown below.When a system alarm occurs, the alarm message displayed...

  • Page 113

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE93FANUCFANUCCP1 (AC IN)F1 (7.5A)CP3 (AC OUT)CP2 (AC OUT)BatterycaseLED PILLED ALMC4(CONTROL)CP6 (24E)CP5 (24V)F4F3BatterycaseCP1 (AC IN)F1F2CP3 (AC OUT)LED PILCP2 (AC OUT)LED ALMC4(CONTROL)CP6 (24E)CP5 (24V)F4F3Power supply compatiblewith CE markingConventional typeD Dispo...

  • Page 114

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE94List of fuses (Conventional type)PowersupplyOrdering drawingnumberSymbolRatingSpecificationApplicationAIA02B–0120–K102F17.5AA60L–0001–0245#GP75For a 200–VAC input powersupplyF27.5AA60L–0001–0245#GP75For a 200–VAC input powersupplyF33.2AA60L–0001–0075#...

  • Page 115

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE95Ordering drawingnumberSpecificationRemarksA02B–0120–K106A98L–0031–0007Battery for conventional powersupplyA02B–0200–K103A98L–0031–0012Battery for power supply com-patible with CE markingF1F2ContactorSupplementalpower supplyON/OFF controlPower outputsurvei...

  • Page 116

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE96(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2201–0320CRTJA1CRT video signalMDIJA2MDI keyboardR232-1JD5ARS–232–C serial portR232-2JD5BRS–232–C serial portMPGJA3Manual pulse generatorHDI-1JA5AHigh–speed DISPDL-1JA7ASerial spindleASPL-1JA8AAnalog spindleAPCBATJA4ABa...

  • Page 117

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE97WARNINGmeans the module connected power supply for battery backup. If the module are takenaway carelessly, the backup are lost.NOTEIf a peripheral module is replaced, the time indicator may be disabled. In such a case, turn offthe CNC. Then, turn on the CNC while hold...

  • Page 118

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE98(3) AdjustmentNo adjustment is needed.(4) LED displayj :offJ : LitL : Flashing1. LED display transition when the power is turned onNo.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSJJJJ Initial state immediately after power–on3STATUSJjjJ Beginning of activation of t...

  • Page 119

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE992. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSLjjj An error (1) occurred in the DRAM module of theCNC.2STATUSjLjj An error occurred in the file SRAM.3STATUSLLjj An error (2) occurred in the DRAM module of theCNC.4STATUSjjLj The CRT control...

  • Page 120

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE100(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2201–0300ConnectorConnectornameNo.DescriptionSCALE1JF211st axis scaleSCALE2JF222nd axis scaleF–BUSbackplaneconnectorASPL–1JA8AAnalog spindleAPCBATJA4ABattery for APCŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ...

  • Page 121

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE101WARNINGmeans the module connected power supply for battery backup. If the module are takenaway carelessly, the backup are lost.NOTEIf a peripheral module is replaced, the time indicator may be disabled. In such a case, turn offthe CNC. Then, turn on the CNC while hol...

  • Page 122

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE102(3) AdjustmentNo adjustment is needed.(4) LED displayj : Not litJ : LitL : BlinkingSTATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red.1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSJJJJ Initial state immedi...

  • Page 123

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE1032. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSLjjj An error (1) occurred in the high–speed SRAM orDRAM module of the CNC.2STATUSjLjj An error occurred in the file SRAM.3STATUSLLjj An error (2) occurred in the high–speed SRAM orDRAM mo...

  • Page 124

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE104(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–3200–0060ENC4JF4Fourth–axis pulse coderSCALE1JF21First–axis scaleASPL–1JA8AAnalog spindleSPDL–1JA7ASerial spindleAPCBATJA4AAPC batteryAMP3JV3Third–axis servo amplifierAMP2JV2Second–axis servo amplifierŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ...

  • Page 125

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE105(2) Block diagramSee Subsec.2.5.2(3) AdjustmentNo adjustment is needed.(4) LED displayj : Not litJ : LitL : BlinkingSTATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red.1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–of...

  • Page 126

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE1062. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSLjjj An error (1) occurred in the DRAM module of theCNC.2STATUSjLjj An error occurred in the file SRAM.3STATUSLLjj An error (2) occurred in the DRAM module of theCNC.4STATUSjjLj The CRT contro...

  • Page 127

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE107(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2201–0340ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCPUŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCNASUB busbackplaneconnectorF–busbackplaneconnectorŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ123ConnectorConnectornameNo.DescriptionCRTJA1CRT video signalŸŸMDIJA2MDI ...

  • Page 128

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE108NOTEIf a peripheral module is replaced, the time indicator may be disabled. In such a case, turn offthe CNC. Then, turn on the CNC while holding down both the key and key on theMDI keyboard. Keep the two keys held down until the position screen is di...

  • Page 129

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE109(4) LED displayj : Not litJ : LitL : BlinkingSTATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red.1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSJJJJ Initial state immediately after power–on3STATUSJjjJ Begi...

  • Page 130

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE1102. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSLjjj An error (1) occurred in the high–speed SRAM orDRAM module of the CNC.2STATUSjLjj An error occurred in the file SRAM.3STATUSLLjj An error (2) occurred in the high–speed SRAM orDRAM mo...

  • Page 131

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE111(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2202–0640ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCPUŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCNASUB busbackplaneconnectorF–busbackplaneconnectorŸŸŸŸ12ConnectorConnectornameNo.DescriptionCRTJA1CRT video signalŸŸMDIJA2MDI keyboardŸŸŸŸR232–1J...

  • Page 132

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE112NOTEIf a peripheral module is replaced, the time indicator may be disabled. In such a case, turn offthe CNC. Then, turn on the CNC while holding down both the key and key on theMDI keyboard. Keep the two keys held down until the position screen is di...

  • Page 133

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE113(4) LED displayj : Not litJ : LitL : BlinkingSTATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red.1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSJJJJ Initial state immediately after power–on3STATUSJjjJ Begi...

  • Page 134

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE1142. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSLjjj An error (1) occurred in the high–speed SRAM orDRAM module of the CNC.2STATUSjLjj An error occurred in the file SRAM.3STATUSLLjj An error (2) occurred in the high–speed SRAM orDRAM mo...

  • Page 135

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE115(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2201–0371 (PMC–NA board without conversational function)ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCNAF–busbackplaneconnectorŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ123ConnectorConnectornameNo.DescriptionMEM CARD CNMC Memory card interfaceŸŸŸŸŸŸIO...

  • Page 136

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE116(2) Block diagramŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸPMC CPUPMC system ROMI/O LinkPM...

  • Page 137

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE117(a) STATUS LED display for the PMC–NA function1. STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned onNo.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSJJjj Initial state immediately after power–on or thestate in which the PMC CPU is not operating3STATUSjJjj ...

  • Page 138

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE118(1) Parts layoutDrawing numbers : A16B–2201–0390 (PMC–NA board withconversational function)A16B–2201–0391 (PMC–NA board withoutconversational function)ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCNAF–BUSbackplaneconnectorŸ56ConnectorConnectornameNo.DescriptionMEM CARD CNMC M...

  • Page 139

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE119(2) Block diagramŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸPMC CPUPM...

  • Page 140

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE120(a) LED display for the PMC–NA function1. STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned onNo.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSJJzz Initial state immediately after power–on or thestate in which the PMC CPU is not operating3STATUSjJzz Initial...

  • Page 141

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE121(b) STATUS LED display for the conversational function (15–TFB, 15–TTFB, 15–MFB, 15TEF)1. STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned onNo.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSzzjJ Waiting for initialization of the main CPU (waiting for ID ...

  • Page 142

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE122(1) Parts layoutDrawing numbers : A16B–2201–0810 (PMC–NB board withconversational function)A16B–2201–0811 (PMC–NB board without conversational function)A16B–2201–0381 (PMC–NB board without conversational function)ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCNAF–BUSbackp...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE123(2) Block diagramŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸPMC CPUPMC sy...

  • Page 144

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE124(a) LED display for the PMC–NB function1.STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned onNo.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSJJzz Initial state immediately after power–on or thestate in which the PMC CPU is not operating3STATUSjJzz Initial ...

  • Page 145

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE125(b) STATUS LED display for the conversational function (15–TFB, 15–TTFB, 15–MFB, 15TEF)1. STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned onNo.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSzzjJ Waiting for initialization of the main CPU (waiting for ID ...

  • Page 146

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE126001MEMCNMCMemory cardCARDinterfaceIOLINKJD1AFANUC I/O LINK002LEDPMC ROMCNAF–BUSback planeconnector1342ConnectorConnectorDescriptionnameNo.Drawing numbers : A16B–2201–0850(PMC–NB/NB2 board with conversational function)Drawing numbers : A16B–2201–0851(PMC–...

  • Page 147

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE127WARNINGThe shaded module ( ) is connected to a power supply for battery backup. If that powersupply is disconnected, the backup data may be lost. The memory module uses battery backupwith 15–TFB, 15–TTFB, and 15TEF only.BusI/FPMC CPUMemory card interfa...

  • Page 148

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE128(a) LED display for the PMC–NB function1.STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned onNo.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSJJzz Initial state immediately after power–on or thestate in which the PMC CPU is not operating3STATUSjJzz Initial ...

  • Page 149

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE129(b) STATUS LED display for the conversational function (15–TFB,15–TTFB, 15–MFB, 15TEF)1. STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned onNo.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSzzjJ Waiting for initialization of the main CPU (waiting for ID s...

  • Page 150

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE130(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2201–0360ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCPUŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCNAF–busbackplaneconnectorŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ123ConnectorConnectornameNo.DescriptionADDS1JF61First–axis error motion chec...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE131(2) Block diagramŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE132(4) LED displayj : Not litJ : LitL : BlinkingSTATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red.1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUSLED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSJJJJ State in which the axis CPU is not started3STATUSJjjJ Begin...

  • Page 153

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE133(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2201–0351ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCNAF–BUSbackplaneconnectorŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸJNCMultiaxis busNo modules are installed on the multiaxis buffer board.(2) Block diagramŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸM...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE134(4) LED displayj : Not litJ : LitL : BlinkingSTATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red.1.2. The STATUS LEDs (green LEDs) on this PC board have nomeaning.3.LED display when an error occurs (ALARM LED)No.LED displayNC status1ALARMjJjSYSFAIL occurred in the axis shelf. (...

  • Page 155

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE135NOTERISC board can not be used in Series 15MEK/MEL/TED/TEE/TEF–B–4.(2) Block diagramŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸDRAMBusI/FŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸSHARED RAMFANUC BUSŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸRISC CPUSystem ROMŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ...

  • Page 156

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE136(4) LED displayj : Not litJ : LitL : BlinkingSTATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red.1. LED display when the power is turned on (Nos.1 to 8) and duringoperation (Nos. 9 to 12) (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSJJJJ Immediately after pow...

  • Page 157

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE137(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–3200–0150/0313 and onŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸJNAF–BUSbackplaneconnectorŸŸŸŸ1ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸRISCCPULVALMLED2:3.3V alarmF21 5A3.3V fuseŸŸŸŸŸŸSTATUSLED1:StatusALARMALARMConnectornameDescriptionNo.Module n...

  • Page 158

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE138(2) Block diagramŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸDRAMBusI/FŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸSHARED RAMFANUC BUSŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸRISC CPUSystem ROMŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸRISC CPUŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸBusI/F(3) AdjustmentNo adjustment is neede...

  • Page 159

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE1392. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjJ An error occurred during test of the DRAM orSRAM module (shared RAM) on the RISC board.2STATUSjjJj An error occurred during test of the ROM module.3STATUSjjJJ A synchronization signal can...

  • Page 160

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE140(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2201–0310SCALE7JF277th axis scaleSCALE8JF288th axis scaleSCALE6JF266th axis scaleSCALE5JF255th axis scaleŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ...

  • Page 161

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE141(2) Block diagramŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ...

  • Page 162

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE142(4) LED displayj : Not litJ : LitL : BlinkingSTATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red.1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSJJJJ Initial state immediately after power–on3STATUSJjjJ Stat...

  • Page 163

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE143(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2201–0331ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCPUŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCNASUB BUSbackplaneconnectorF–BUSbackplaneconnectorŸŸŸŸ3ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ12ConnectorConnectornameNo.Descrip...

  • Page 164

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE144(2) Block diagramŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸMain CPU, 32–bitDRAMRS232–C I/OFANUC BUSHigh–speedskip signalAnalog inputRS422 I/OŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸBusI/FŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ...

  • Page 165

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE1452. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSLjLL An error occurred in the local RAM of the sub–CPU.2STATUSjJJJ A system error occurred.3. LED display when an error occurs (ALARM LED)No.LED displayNC status1ALARMjJjSYSFAIL (fault in a ...

  • Page 166

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE146(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2202–0571ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCPUŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸCNASUB BUSbackplaneconnectorF–BUSbackplaneconnectorŸŸ7ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ123ConnectorConnectorn...

  • Page 167

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE147(2) Block diagramŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ...

  • Page 168

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE148(4) LED displayj : Not litJ : LitL : BlinkingSTATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red.1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED)No.LED displayNC status1STATUSjjjj Power–off2STATUSJJJJ Initial state immediately after power–on3STATUSJjjJ Stat...

  • Page 169

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE149(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2201–0311ENC8JF88th axis pulse coder!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!CNAF–BUSbackplaneconnectorLED123456R232–9JD5JRS–232–C serial portR422–4JD6DRS–422 serial portHDI–2JA5BHigh–speed DIA–INJA6Analog INSPDL–2JA7BSerial spindleAS...

  • Page 170

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE150(2) Block diagramŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ...

  • Page 171

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE151(4) LED displayj :OffJ : LitL : FlashingThe STATUS LEDs are green and the ALARM LEDs are red.LED display when an error occurs (ALARM LED)No.LED displayNC status1ALARMJjjNot used2ALARMjJjSYSFAIL (A fault occured on some modules of F–BUS.)3ALARMJJjSERVO ALARM4ALARMjjJSY...

  • Page 172

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE152(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2200–0910 (Remote buffer communication function + Graphicfunction)Drawing number : A16B–2200–0911 (DNC1 communication function+Graphic functionRAM added)Drawing number : A16B–2200–0912 (Graphic function)Drawing number : ...

  • Page 173

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE153No.Module nameFunction outline1Graphic CPU moduleGraphic display control CPU2Graphic engine moduleGraphic display control circuit (No.2)Add in casee of CAP II of FS15–TT.3Graphic engine moduleGraphic display control circuit (No.1)4CRT control moduleCharacter display c...

  • Page 174

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE154(4) LED displayThe STATUS LEDs in the front upper section of the option board areused for two independent functions as shown in the figure on thebelow.j :OffJ : LitLl :Flashingz : Don’t careLL means both of LED are flashing at the same time.Ll means both of LED are fl...

  • Page 175

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE155(b) Communication function (Display of remote buffer)1. LED display transition when the power is turned onNo.LED displayNC status1STATUSJJJJALARMJjjStartup status immediately after power is turnedon or remote buffer CPU is not executing.2STATUSzzjjALARMzjjInitialization...

  • Page 176

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE156(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2201–0571LED21CPU001002ConnectorConnectornameNo.DescriptionCNXCNX10 BASE 2CD29RS–232–C serial portCNAF–BUSback plane connectorEthernet boot ROMNo.Module nameFunction outline1DRAM moduleWork RAM2F–ROM moduleSystem ROM for...

  • Page 177

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE157(2) Block diagramCPUBusI/FFANUC BUSFLASH ROMDRAM10 BASEEthernetRS–232–C serial portRS–232–C(3) AdjustmentNo adjustment is needed.(4) LED displayj :OffJ : LitL : FlashingSTATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red.1. LED display transition when the power is turned...

  • Page 178

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE158(1) Parts layoutDrawing number : A16B–2201–0570LED21CPU001002ConnectorConnectornameNo.DescriptionAUICD2710 BASE 5CD29RS–232–C serial portCNAF–BUSback plane connectorEthernet boot ROMNo.Module nameFunction outline1DRAM moduleWork RAM2F–ROM moduleSystem ROM fo...

  • Page 179

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE159(2) Block diagramCPUBusI/FFANUC BUSFLASH ROMDRAM10 BASEEthernet controllerRS–232–C I/ORS–232–C(3) AdjustmentNo adjustment is needed.(4) LED displayj :OffJ : LitL : FlashingSTATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red.1. LED display transition when the power is tur...

  • Page 180

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE160With the Series 15–B, if an error occurs on a PC board other than the mainboard or sub–board, the red LED on the main board or sub–board maylight.The tables below list the ALARM LED statuses when an error occurs onthe main board or on a sub–board:ALARM LED displ...

  • Page 181

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE161A20B–1005–0310LED2LED2 Off : NormalOn : Alarm state (Communication with the CNC is stopped.)A16B–2200–0660A16B–2200–0661ALARMALARM Off : NormalOn : Alarm state (Communication with the CNC is stopped.)2.5.23Alarm LED (Red)Display in the Event ofan Error Occur...

  • Page 182

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE162A16B–2202–0730A16B–2202–0731ALARMDAL7DAL8CP1DAL2DAL1DAL3DAL4DAL5DAL6ALARM Off : NormalOn : Alarm state (Communication with the CNC is stopped.)The operator’s panel connection unit (source output type) has a functionfor issuing an alarm upon detecting an excess...

  • Page 183

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE163NameDrawing No.Remarks3–SLOTA02B–0162–C0014–SLOTA02B–0162–C002Standard6–SLOTA02B–0162–C003Standard8–SLOTA02B–0162–C004FANUC nameplateA02B–0240–C004E Version6–SLOTA02B–0162–C008Response to8–SLOTA02B–0162–C009MMC–IVWithout sub BUS...

  • Page 184

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE164NameDrawing No.RemarksPower AIA16B–1212–0471A16B–1212–0901Conventional typeCE marking compatible typesupply unitBIA16B–1212–0531A16B–1212–0871Conventional typeCE marking compatible typeNameDrawing No.RemarksModule IDMain CPUStandard MAIN–BA16B–2201...

  • Page 185

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE165NameModule IDRemarksDrawing No.Option 1 boardGraphic + Remote bufferA16B–2200–0910Increase ofCFor 10″LCD,″45/3FGraphic + DNC1A16B–2200–0911graphic CPURAM9″graphic, or14″CRT (digital)45/3FGraphicA16B–2200–0912RAM14 CRT (digital)45GraphicA16B–2200–...

  • Page 186

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE166NameDrawing No.RemarksSpindle controlSerial spindle +High–speed skipA20B–2900–0672Analog spindle +High–speed skipA20B–2900–0770Peripheral moduleA20B–2900–0660FLASH ROM8MBA20B–2902–0375*Note that, for those modules marked with *, the correspond-ing so...

  • Page 187

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE167NameDrawing No.RemarksPMC CPUPMC–NAA20B–2900–0780PMC CPUPMC–NBA20B–2901–0581PMC enginePMC–NAA20B–2900–0790PMC enginePMC–NBA20B–2901–0660PMC controlPMC–NBA20B–2901–0960modulePMC–NB2A20B–2902–02502MBA20B–2900–0653512KBA20B–2900–...

  • Page 188

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE168NameDrawing No.RemarksSpindle control moduleAnalog spindle +High–speed skipA20B–2900–0770Serial spindle +High–speed skipA20B–2900–0672Analog input & serial communication moduleA20B–2900–0721Serial communication is each one channel ofRS–422 or RS–...

  • Page 189

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE169NameDrawing No.Remarks14″CRTA20B–2901–0370StandardA20B–2902–027810″LCD10″PDPA20B–2901–0372CRT Control9.5″LCDA20B–2902–0272module9″CRT9″PDPA20B–2901–037114″CRTA20B–2901–0373MMC–III10″LCDA20B–2901–0375MMC–IVA20B–2902–027...

  • Page 190

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE170NameDrawing No.RemarksMonochrome,ertical t peA02B–0162–C041vertical typeA02B–0162–C044A02B–0163–C244CE marking, English MDIA02B–0163–C444CE marking, Symbolic MDIMonochrome,hori ontal t peA02B–0162–C0429″CRT/MDIhorizontal typeA02B–0162–C0459 CRT...

  • Page 191

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE171NameRemarksDrawing No.Color, ertical t peA02B–0162–C131vertical typeA02B–0163–C331CE marking, English MDIA02B–0162–C141MMC–IVA02B–0163–C341MMC–IV, CE marking, English MDIA02B–0162–C13315–TFB, 15–TTFB,15TEF9.5″LCD/A02B–0163–C33315–TFB,...

  • Page 192

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE172NameRemarksDrawing No.Color, horizontal typeA02B–0163–C372CE marking, graphic function bult–in10.4″LCD/A02B–0163–C572CE marking, graphic function bult–inSymbolic MDIMDIA02B–0163–C382CE marking, for MMC–IVA02B–0163–C582CE marking, for MMC–IVSymb...

  • Page 193

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE173NameRemarksDrawing No.Separatetype10.4″LCDunitColorA02B–0222–C150CE marking, graphic function bult–inSeparatetype9.5″LCDunitMonochromeA02B–0222–C110CE marking* :Shared by 15–MB, 15–MFB, 15–TB, 15–TTB, 15MEL 15TEE andMMC–IVNameDrawing No.RemarksSe...

  • Page 194

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE174I/O Unit–MODEL ANameDrawing No.RemarksBasic unitABU10AA03B–0807–J001It’s possible to mount up to 10 modules.ABU10BA03B–0807–J004Basic unitABU05AA03B–0807–J002It’s possible to mount up to 5 modules.ABU05BA03B–0807–J003InterfacemoduleAIF01AA03B–080...

  • Page 195

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE175I/O Unit–MODEL ANameDrawing No.RemarksDigital output moduleDrawing No.TypepointVoltagePorar-ityResponceConnection*3.Whenturning on,outputbecomes LolevelAOD32A1A03B–0807–J162Non –inslationtype DCoutput325–24VDC*3NEG0.3AConnection Alevel.(0V common)*4 WhenAOD08C...

  • Page 196

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE176(1) Pull the latches of the module socket outwards. (Fig.(a))(2) Pull out the module upward. (Fig.(b))Procedure for insetion of the module(1) Insert the new module board diagonally with B–SIDE outward (Fig.b)(2) While pushing on the upper edge of the module board, rai...

  • Page 197

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE177(1) Use the following lithium batteries:When the power supply unit is A02B–0162–H101 or –H102:Ordering drawing number A98L–0031–0007When the power supply unit is A02B–0162–H107 or –H108:Ordering drawing number A98L–0031–0012(2) Trun on the 15–B(3) ...

  • Page 198

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE178Procedure for replacing the batteries for absolute pulse coder1Prepare 4 commercially available dry cell batteries2Turn on CNC power.If the batteries are replaced with the power off, absolute position ofthe machine is lost.3Loosen the screws of battery case lid and remo...

  • Page 199

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE179Fan ordering informationOrdering codeNumber of units requiredFor 2–slot rackA90L–0001–0378For 1–slot rackFor 1–slot rackA90L–0001–0385#AFor 2–slot rackProcedure for replacing the fan motor1Remove the control section printed circuit board underneath the f...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE180(3)(4)Fan motorBack planeCableConnectorFig. 2.9 Fan motor replacement

  • Page 201

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE181When a fuse blows in the power supply unit of the CNC, find and correctthe cause of the failure and replace the fuse.Each fuse has a small window in which a white mark appears when thefuse has blown.Fig. 1 shows the fuse mounting diagram, and table 1 shows the fuse list...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE182It is necessary to regulary clean the heat transformer, because the heattransformation ability will be reduced by the accumulation of dust. Thefrequency of the cleaning needed differs according to the installationenvironment and therefore should be determined by your o...

  • Page 203

    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE183Cleaning heat exchanger1When cleaning, be sure to cut off the fan power source.2Take out the external fan unit from the heat exchanger main unit.Detach the two installation screws (A) of the external fan unit, and detach the unitfrom the main unit by sliding it down. D...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE184Method of cleaning heat exchanger fan1Detach the heat exchanger format the unit and either blow off with air,wipe off with a dry cloth, or brush the accumulated dirt, condensation,etc.When the dirt is especially severe1Detach the internal fan unit, the terminal unit, an...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE185The liquid–crystal displays have controls for fine adjustment of the videosignal. These are required to adjust any horizontal dot shift and/or flickerof the screen caused by a slight mismatch between the NC and the cablebeing used.9.5″ color liquid–crystal displa...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE18610″ plasma display (rear)SW2SW1Power supply1 Change the setting until the flicker is eliminated.2 If each of several settings eliminates the flicker, select that settingwhich best corresponds to the midpoint.Example: If no flicker occurs with settings [1] through [6]...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE187This section describes the locations of the fuses of the liquid–crystaldisplays, as well as how to replace them.Color liquid–crystal display (rear)Fuse FS11 If the fuse has blown, first determine the cause. Always correct thecause before replacing the fuse.2 Pull o...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE188The LCD backlight must be replaced periodically. Replace the unit inwhich the LCD backlight is mounted.The LCD backlight has a life of about 10,000 hours (5,000 hoursguaranteed). (During its lifetime, the backlight should maintain abrightness exceeding 50% of that whe...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE189Procedure for replacing the CRT display1Disconnect the CRT unit power cable and the video signal cable.2When replacing a 9″ monochrome CRT, remove the chloridizedveneer cover and the four screws from the front of the CRT unit.3When replacing a 9″ color CRT, remove t...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE190Procedure for replacing the MDI keyboard1The small printed circuit board at the rear of the MDI keyboard can beseen from the back of the CRT/MDI control unit. There is a flat cable,coming from the soft keyboard, attached to this printed circuit board.Disconnect this ca...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE191Procedure for replacing the control unit1Turn off the power supply and disconnect all the attached cables.2Unscrew and remove the screws holding the lower portion of the rack.3The screw holes in the upper portion of the rack are made for slide–offremoval. Loosen the ...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE192As data exchange media, the CNC supports the use of two types ofmemory cards, flash memory cards and SRAM memory cards, thatconform to the following standards:D JEIDA “IC Memory Card Guideline Ver.4.0”D PCMCIA “PC Card Standard R.2.0”A memory card is a user–fr...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE193Write pro-tect switchBatterycaseNameFunction1Write protect switchWriting to the memory card can be disabled by setting the write protect switch ac-cordingly.Writing is enabled.Writing is disabled.2Battery caseAn SRAM memory card has a battery case for housing the batte...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE194(1) Carefully insert a memory card into the memory card slot, in thedirection shown below.(2) A memory card has an insertion guide; it cannot be inserted in otherthan the correct orientation. When inserting a memory card, however,check its orientation.CNMC(1) For detai...

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    B–62075E/042. HARDWARE195A BR2325 or equivalent battery is used.The lives of batteries are listed below. Note that the life of a batterydepends on its environment, including the ambient temperature. So, thevalues given should be used for reference only.(Ambient temperature: 20°C)Drawing num...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA1963 INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATAThis chapter describes the methods of inputting/outputting various typesof data, required settings, and so forth.3.1SETTING THE PARAMETERS REQUIRED FORINPUT/OUTPUT197. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA197Parameter setting procedure1Enable parameter writing.(1) Set the MDI mode or emergency stop state.(2) When the MDI mode is selected instead of the emergency stopstate, switch memory protection key KEY2 to ON.(3) Display the general setting screen.1) Pres...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA198(4) +INPUT:Adds an input value to the data at the cursor positionso that the sum is entered at the cursor position (parameters other than bit parameters).(5) INPUT:Enters an input value at the cursor position.(6) READ:Enters parameters from the reader/pu...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA199(3) Repeatedly setting the same dataThe same data item can be set repeatedly by using the 0= key.Example 1:1 2 3 4 EOBHELP 0= EOBHELP 0= INPUTINSERT0000012341234123400Example 2: For a bit parameter 1 1 EOBHELP 0= EOBHELP 0= INPUTINSERT000 0 0000000000000...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA200The main CPU board stores the data indicated below. While the controlunit is operating normally, output the data to an I/O device beforehand.(1) CNC parameters(2) PMC parameters(3) Pitch error compensation data(4) Custom macro variable values(5) Tool of...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2012) Main CPU board + Additional axis board (SUB, ADAX)R/PR/PR/PR/PMainSeries 15–BSUBJD5AJD5BJD5JJD6DChannel 1: JD5A of the main CPU boardChannel 2: JD5B of the main CPU boardChannel 3: JD5J of the sub–boardChannel 13 : JD6D of the sub–board3) Main C...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA202NOTEThe option 1 board contains a remote buffer.Each reader/punch unit is temporarily assigned device numbers 1 to 6.When you have four reader/punch units, for example, assign devicenumbers 1 to 4 to them.Set the specifications of the assigned reader/pun...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA203002000210022002350015002500350134321ChannelNo.DeviceNo.Channel used bythe foreground/background I/OdeviceDevice numberused for eachchannel.5000#0=1(RS–422)#0=0(RS–232–C)5071507250735074No. of stop bitsBaud rateProtocol508150825083508451605161516251...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2040020Interface No. of input device for foreground[Setting input][Data type] ByteAssignment of input device numbers for foreground0 : Reader connected to JD5A of main CPU board1 : Reader connected to JD5A of main CPU board (Settings 0 and 1 areidentical.)2...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2050022Interface No. of input device for background[Setting input][Data type] ByteAssignment of input device numbers for background0 : Reader connected to JD5A of main CPU board1 : Reader connected to JD5A of main CPU board (Settings 0 and 1 areidentical.)2...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2065013Device number of reader/punch unit connected to JD6D of additional axis board[Setting input][Data type] Byte[Valid data range] 1 to 6Set the device number of the reader/punch unit connected to the RS–422interface.Set the code numbers of the reader/...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2075112Baud rate of reader/punch unit corresponding to device number 1[Setting input][Data type] Byte[Valid data range] 1 to 12Set the baud rate of the reader/punch unit corresponding to device number1.The table below gives the correspondence between the sp...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2081 Display the parameter screen.1) Press the SERVICE key.2) Press the function menu key.3) Press the [CHAPTER] soft key.4) Press the [PARAM] soft key.The parameter screen can also be displayed by pressing the SERVICE keyseveral times.2 Press the operati...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2097. Press the [PCPRM] soft key. Then press the [KEEPRL] soft keyto display the keep relay screen. Press the page key until thescreen which contains the K17 data line is displayed. When thisscreen is displayed, place the cursor at the K17 data using th...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA210(2) Outputting PMC data1. Connect the reader/punch interface of the CNC to the device whichoutputs PMC data. Then turn the CNC on.2. Press the NC/PC soft key to display the PMC screen.PCMDIPCLADPDDGNPCPRM3. Press the [PCPRM] soft key to display the PC p...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA211(1) Connect a PMC data output device to the reader/punch interface, thenturn on the power.(2) Press the PMCCNC key to display the PMC screen. When the soft keys inthe lower row shown below are displayed, operations (1) through (9)are not required.PMCLAD...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA212(12) Press the [FDCAS] soft key to select the FANUC Floppy Cassetteas the I/O device.(13) Press the [PCPRM] soft key to select PMC data as the data type.(14) Press the [WRITE] soft key to select data output.(15) Enter a desired file name from the keyboar...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2131 Display the tool output value screen.1) Press the OFFSET key.2) Press the function menu key.3) Press the [CHAPTER] soft key.4) Press the [TOOL] soft key.The tool offset value screen can also be displayed by pressing the OFFSETkey several times.2 Press...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2141 Set the emergency stop state.2 Display the parameter screen.1) Press the SERVICE key.2) Press the function menu key.3) Press the [CHAPTER] soft key.4) Press the [PARAM] soft key.The parameter screen can also be displayed by pressing the SERVICE keysev...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2153. Press the [SETTING] soft key to display the setting screen.4. Enter 8000 and press the [INPU–NO.] soft key. Parameter No.8000 is now displayed.5. If PWE, the lowest bit of parameter No. 8000, is set to 0, changeit to 1. Then press the [INPUT] soft...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA216NOTETo change the baud rate, press the [PCPRM] soft key on themenu as shown in the figure in step 1., and press the[MODE] soft key. Then place the cursor at DATATRANSFER RATE (AUX) using the key. Press the softkey to display the desired baud ra...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA217NOTEWhen data is read, if RAM ENABLE OFF is displayed, thismeans that the RAM for the PMC is protected. Press the[MODE] soft key on the menu as shown in the figure in step7., Then place the cursor at RAM ENABLE using the key and press the [ON] s...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA218(9) Press the key (leftmost soft key) several times to display the softkey menu of (1).(10) Press the [I/O] soft key to display the I/O screen.(11) Key in the correct channel number from the keyboard, then press theINPUTINSERT key.Example: “1” INPU...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2193) Press the [CHAPTER] soft key.4) Press the [TEXT] soft key.The program contents screen can also be displayed by pressing thePROG key several times.5 Press the operation menu key to display [READ] in the soft keymenu.6 Press the [READ] soft key, then e...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2207 Select memory (automatic operation) mode, then press the cycle startbutton to start automatic operation.The program runs, and the tool offset data is set.8 Upon the completion of the operation, display the tool offset valuescreen.9 By switching between...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2215 Display the program contents screen.1) Press the PROG key.2) Press the function menu key.3) Press the [CHAPTER] soft key.4) Press the [TEXT] soft key.The program contents screen can also be displayed by pressing thePROG key several times.6 Press the ...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA222Conversational data is read from an external storage device (reader), orpunched out to an external storage device (punch). For conversationaldata input/output, the data input/output screen shown below, which is anauxiliary screen, is used.DATA INPUT/OUT...

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    B–62075E/043. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA2236. Enter address and program number information.Parameter: P<*)9999Tool file: T*)9999Cutting condition file: F%*)9999Pre–tool list: R*)9999PASCAL:¥S*)9999Conversational data: MSP*)9999All programs: O?*)99997. Press [READ] to read the specified data...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC2244 INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMCThis chapter describes the signals between the machine operator’s panel,power magnetics cabinet and the PMC, connection of the signals betweenPMC and CNC, and confirmation method of on/off state of these signals.It als...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC225+–0V0V0VST1ST2MT (Machine tool builder)RVDI/DO+24EPMCDGN *XYPMCDGN *ST1DOORX0.1X0.0ST2X5.7STLF0.5STG007.2STLY0.1PMC–RB/RCPMCDGNGNCFPMCDGNInputContacts[0]............. 0V[1]............. 24VLoadPowersupplyX 0000 to 0127Y 0000 to 0127MTB decidesa...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC226ModelPMC–RA1PMC–RB3Programming method languageLadderCPASCALLadderCNumber of ladder level33Level–1 Cycle Time8 ms8 msBasic Instruction Execution Time0.2(µs/step)0.1(µs/step)Program capacityS Ladder (step)Approx. 8,000Approx. 8,000Approx.16,000...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC227NOTE1 The standard sizes of a symbol, comment, and messageare as follows:2 The use of more than about 8000 ladder program stepsrequires the installation of optional DRAM.DataSymbol, commentMessagePMC–NA16KB4KBPMC–NB28KB2.1KBChar-acterSignaldescri...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC228FunctionContentsDisplay of sequence programDynamic display of ladder diagramDiagnostic functionS Title data displayS Signal status (symbol can be displayed)S PMC alarm displayS Signal traceS Memory contents displayS Signal waveform display (PMC–NB ...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC229#7R9002#6#5#4#3#2#1#0Register for remainder(used by DIVBinstruction)R9003R9004R9005END11st level(High–speed sequence)From NCSynchronizedbufferSequence program2nd level(Normal sequence)END2Head of 2nd level3rd level(Display sequence)END3(1)(2)–n(2...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC230Main CPU boardFlash memory@ Sequence programBack–up memory@ PMC DATAPMC board (NA/NB)Control circuitCPU4.3PMC SYSTEMCONFIGURATION

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC231To display the PMC screen, press the PMCCNC key.THERE IS NO ALARMDisplays the alarmstatus.PMC parameter screenPMC diagnostic screenLadder dynamic displayUser PMC screenSystem parameter screenInputting/outputting sequence program Editing sequence prog...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC232PMC CONTROL SYSTEM MENUMONIT RUNSELECT ONE OF FOLLOWING SOFT KEYSPMCLAD: DYNAMIC LADDER DISPLAYPMCDGNDIAGNOSIS FUNCTION:PMCPRMPARAMETER (T/C/K/D):RUN/STOPRUN/STOP SEQUENCE PROGRAM:EDITEDIT SEQUENCE PROGRAM:I/OI/O SEQUENCE PROGRAM:SYSPRMSYSTEM PARAMET...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC233Press soft key [PMCLAD], and a sequence program is displayeddynamically and operation monitoring can be confirmed :LADDERNET 0001–0004LOG1TOPBOTTOMSRCHNumber of net displayedCommentMONIT RUNLOG1LOG1X008.4*ESPPORDPOREND1ALWAYS1EMERGENCYPOWER ONSTOPR...

  • Page 254

    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC2341. Use the cursor keys to change display positions.2. [TOP]:Searches top of ladder.3. [BOTTOM]:Search bottom of ladder.4. Address.bit,[SRCH] or Signal name, [SRCH]5. Address.bit,[W–SRCH] or Signal name ,[W–SRCH]6. Net no.[N–SRCH]:Ladder is disp...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC235(1) Use the page and cursor keys to change the display positions.D Page keysPAGEPAGED Cursor keys(2) Enter the item for which a search is to be made, then press a page orcursor key.Enter an address and bit, then press a page or cursor key.Enter a net...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC236(1) Address or symbol display(a) [ADRESS] : Displays a signal using an address and bit number.(b) [SYMBOL]: Displays a signal using a symbol.(Signals for which no symbol has been registeredare displayed using an address and bit number.)(2) Dump displ...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC237Press soft key [PMCDGN] then PMC’s diagnostic screen is displayed.The title data registered when a ladder program is prepared is displayed.SERIES : 4063 EDITION : 08PMC TITLE DATA #1TITLESTATUSALARMMONIT RUNTRACEM.SRCHOther soft keysANALYSPMC PROGR...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC238On/Off state of input/output signals and internal relay is displayed.PMC SIGNAL STATUSSEARCHMONIT RUNSignalnameADDRESS 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 ED7 ED6 ED5 ED4 ED3 ED2 ED1 ED0G0000 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC239The state of the specified signal is stored into trace memory every timethe state changes. This function is useful for investigating anyintermittent fault. Pressing the [TRACE] key displays the TRACEscreen.TRACE EXEC1ST ADDRESS = X02ND ADDRESS = ...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC240Soft key [STOP]Pressing the [STOP] key stops tracing. The trace results aremaintained.(3) Displaying the trace resultsThe latest trace result is indicated by the cursor. The cursor moves onthe CRT screen as the trace results are updated.If the curs...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC241d. MASK DATA: The bits to be traced are specified by a hexadecimalnumber (2 digits).For example, to trace the signals at bit 7,6,5 and 0, set E1(hexadecimal) to MASK DATA.#7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0E1% 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1However, even if bit 4,3,2 and 1 chan...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC242Change of signals is displayed as the same display as that on theoscilloscope.1. Parameter setting screen (1st page)SCOPEDELETEMONIT RUNSAMPLING TIME:10 (1–10 SEC)TRIGGER ADDRESS: G 0007.2CONDITION: 0(0: START 1: TRIGGER–ON 2: TRIGGER–OFF)TRIGG...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC2432. Parameter setting screen (2nd page)PMC SIGNAL ANALYSIS(PARAM)SCOPEMONIT RUNUp to 16signalsDELETE1 : X0000.09: Y0000.02 : X0000.110 : R0000.13 : X0002.011 :4 : X0005.012 :5 :13 :6 :14 :7 :15 :8 :16 :SIGNAL ADDRESSINITADDRESSa. Soft key [SCOPE]: Sel...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC2443. SCOPE screenPMC SIGNAL ANALYSIS(PARAM)SGNPRMSTARTMONIT RUNSAMPLING TIME : 10 CONDITION : 1TRIGGER ADDRESS : G0007.2 TRIGGER MODE : 0T.SRCHADDRESSX0000.0X0000.1X0002.0X0005.0+---------+---------+---------+------+---------+---------+---------+------...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC245(1) Set to MDI mode or emergency stop state.(2) Set PARAMETER WRITE (on setting screen) to 1 or set the programprotect signal (KEY4) to 1.Either oneEither onePWEKEY4Timerf–counterffKeep relayf–Data tableff(3) Press a soft key and select a require...

  • Page 266

    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC246This screen sets and displays max. value of counter and current value ofthe counter instruction (SUB 4).TIMERCOUNTRKEEPRLMONIT RUNDATAPage no. (screen is scrolled by page key)NO.ADDRESSPRESETCURRENT01C00100102C0450203C080004C120005C160006C200007C240...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC247(1) Nonvolatile memory control#7K016#6#5#4#3#2#1#0#7 (MWRTF2) Nonvolatile memory writing status#6 (MWRTF1) Nonvolatile memory writing status(2) PMC system parameters#7K017#6#5#4#3#2#1#0#6 1 : Writing to flash EEPROM is always checked after a sequence...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC248(1) Nonvolatile memory control#7K016#6#5#4#3#2#1#0#7 (MWRTF2) Writing status in nonvolatile memory#6 (MWRTF1) Writing status in nonvolatile memory(2) PMC system parameterThe following keep relays are used by the system, therefore theycannot be used i...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC249#1 DBGSTAT 0: In the C language debug function, the automatic break processingdoes not start when the power is turned on.1 : In the C language debug function, the automatic break processingstarts when the power is turned on.#0 IGNKEY 0 : Function key...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC250(1) Control data tablePMC TABLE CONTROL DATANO. ADDRESSPARAMETERNO.OF DATAOFFSET SPECIAL TABLE NO.0000D0000 3001D000200000010200315202150002D001000001000100020000003D001800000011100020000Special display dataOffset dataNumber of data itemsTable param...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC251(2) Data tableDATA TABLE DATA #001NO. ADDRESSDATA0000D0026200001D0027300002D002840@@@@@@0019D004599Data table group number(1) Data table setting screen PMC DATA TBL CONTROL #001G.DATAG.CONTNO.SRHMONIT RUNINITNo. of screenNO.ADDRESSPARAMETERTYPENO.OF ...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC252PARAMETERÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕ#7k019#6#5#4#3#2#1#00 : Binary format1 : BCD format0 : Without protection for input1 : With protection for inputTYPE0 : 1–byte length 1 : 2–byte length 2 : 4–byte lengthe. Using the page key, next screen/pr...

  • Page 273

    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC253PMC addressSymbolSignal nameFor M series andFor TT seriesT seriesHEAD#1HEAD#2ABSAbsolute Selection SignalG004.5G099.5*ACTF1 to 10Axis selection signal in actual speeddisplayG067.4, G071.4to G103.4G131.4, G135.4 to G167.4AE1 to 3Measuring position rea...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC254PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbol*APF00 to 15Second Feedrate Override BG146 to G147AR0 to AR15Actual Spindle Speed SignalF012 to F013F008 to F009F05...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC255PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbol*CHP2Chopping speed override signalG044.1*CHP4Chopping speed override signalG044.2*CHP8Chopping speed override sign...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC256PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolDT1X0 to 31DT2X0 to 31 to DT10X0 to 31Axis control data signals (PMC axiscontrol)G388 to G391G396 to G399 to G460 t...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC257PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbol*ESPBEmergency Stop SignalG234.1G234.1EUI00 to 15P–code macro input signalsG144.0 to G145.7EEUO00 to 15P–code m...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC258PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHManual handle feed selection signalG003.1G097.1HD00 to 2HD03HD04 to 6Signals for outputting the states of thehigh...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC259PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbol+/*J1O to +/*J4O+/*J5O to +/*J6OFeed axis and direction selection sig-nals of software operator‘s panelF136.0 to ...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC260PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolMDIOManual data input selection signal ofsoftware operator‘s panelF129.3MDLKDisplay Lock Check SignalF004.6F100.6...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC261PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolMLKOMachine lock signal of software opera-tor‘s panelF130.7MMEMMemory mode selection check signalF003.5F099.5MMI1...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC262PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolNNOT3DMSignal that specifies whether themanual interruption function for three–dimensional coordinate conversionG...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC263PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolRAST1 to 10Reference Point Auto Setting SignalG067.2, G071.2to G103.2G131.2, G135.2to G167.2RCFNA, BSwitching compl...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC264PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolRTManual rapid traverse selection signalG006.7G101.7RTAPRigid tapping signalF040.4RTOsoftware operator‘s panelRTO...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC265PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolSFRBForward Rotation Command SignalG235.5G235.5SHA00to SHA11Signals for specifying the stop positionin orientation ...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC266PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolSPSYALSpindle synchronization alarm signalF046.5F111.5SPSVCSpindle synchronization signalG047.6G111.6SRNProgram Res...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC267PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolTTape mode selection signalG003.4T0 to T31Tool Function Code SignalF024 to F027F024 to F027F072 to F075TAPTapping s...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC268PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolTLSKPTool skip signalG009.7G009.7G057.7*TLV0 to 7Tool life count override signalsG155.0 to 7*TLV8 to 9Tool life cou...

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    B–62075E/044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC269PMC addressSignal nameSymbolFor TT seriesFor M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolHEAD#2HEAD#1For M series andT seriesSignal nameSymbolWHEADSignal for selecting a tool post for NCwindow input/outputG111.0WWN1,2,4,8,16External workpiece number searchs...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING2705 TROUBLESHOOTINGThis chapter outlines troubleshooting in Section 5.1 and details the actionto be taken for each failure in Section 5.2 and subsequent sections.5.1CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR FAILURES271. . . . . . . . . . 5.2POWER CANNOT BE TURNED ON273. . . . . . . . ...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING271When a failure occurs, it is important to correctly grasp what kind offailure occured and take appropriate action, to promptly recover themachine.Check for the failure according to the following procedure :With whatoperation?What failure?Appropriate actionRecover...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING272For a failure related to spindlesWhen did the failure occur ? (during power–on, acceleration, deceleration, or constant rotation)3. What failure occurred ?Which alarm was displayed on the alarm display screen on the CRT?Are the LEDs on each printed circuit boar...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING273WARNINGMaintenance of a CNC unit involves many dangers and,therefore, must be performed only by a qualified technician.Confirm the green LED PIL and red LED ALM on the front of power unit.1) Proceed to item 1 when green LED PIL is turned off.2) Proceed to item 2...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING274Fig. 5.2 (b)For details, refer to 2.4. 9″CRT unit is faulty.(2) Power supply unit is faulty.(a) Remove connector CP2, CP3, CP5, and CP6.(b) Turn off the power of the machine and retract the power unit fromthe controller.(c) Turn on power of NC.(d) When LED ALM ...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING275Main CPUMPG (JA3)ENCn (JFn)n : Axis numberAPCBAT (JA4A)SCALEn (JF2n)(1)(2)*(3)MPGBATPCLinear scale6V (1.5V x 4)Pulse coderManual pulse generatorFig. 5.2 (c)(d) If AlM does not light by power on of NC, any of load connectedto (1) to (3) may be faulty. Check wh...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING276(1) Execute the following procedure when no manual nor automaticoperation is done(2) Check whether position display shows correct position(3) Check CNC status display(4) Check CNC internal status using diagnostic function(1) Check CNC status display (Refer to 2.1...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING277(c) Confirm the status of modesOperation mode status is displayed on the lower part of CRT asfollows :If nothing is displayed, mode select signal is not input. Check modeselect signal using PMC’s diagnostic function (PMCDGN).For details, refer to section 1.6 NC...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING278(i)Check the value of the parameter using the parameter list.1825Servo loop gain for each axis(Standard value: 3000)(ii) The servo system may be erroneous. Investigate the servosystem according to the description of servo alarms SV023,SV008, and SV009.b. The ma...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING279(iii) The automatic operation all–axis interlock signal (*AIT) orblock start interlock signal (*BSL) is being input.#7G001#6#5#4#3#2#1*BSL#0*AIT(M/T series)#7G001#6#5#4#3#2#1*BSL#0*AIT(TT seriesHEAD #1)#7G049#6#5#4#3#2#1*BSL#0*AIT(TT seriesHEAD #2)0 in the *AIT...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING280The machine lock signal (MLK) is being input.#7MLKG004#6#5#4#3#2#1#0(M/T series)#7MLKG099#6#5#4#3#2#1#0*IT(TT series)#7G065#6#5#4#3MLK1#2#1#0(M/T seriesfirst axis)#7G129#6#5#4#3MLK1#2#1#0(TT seriesfirst axis)The address for the nth axis is as follows:M/T series: ...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING281(1) Check whether position display is operating.(2) Check CNC status display(3) Check internal status using Diagnostic funciton(1) Check mode selection status (JOG mode is not selected)When status display shows JOG, it is normal.When status display does not show ...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING282No. 1001BACKGROUND READINGa. In–position check (positioning check) is being performed.The system indicates that axis movement has not been completed.Check the state of the following diagnostic number. (This item willbe 1 under the following condition.)Diagnost...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING283(ii) An axis interlock signal (*ITn), servo off signal (*SVFn), orcontrolled axis detachment signal (DTCHn) is being input.#7DTCH1G064#6*SVF1#5#4*IT1#3#2#1#0(M/T seriesfirst axis)#7DTCH1G128#6*SVF1#5#4*IT1#3#2#1#0(TT seriesfirst axis)The address for the nth axis ...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING284(5) If the option for index table indexing is being used, check the settingof the index table indexing axis. If the index table indexing sequenceon the PMC is incorrect, the index table indexing axis is placed in theservo off state.7631Index table indexing contr...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING285(1) Check another manual operation (JOG) is accepted.(2) Check CNC status displayConsult with sections 5.3 and 5.4.(1) Check CNC status display at lower left corner of the CRTWhen the status display shows HND, mode selection is correct.If it is not HND, mode sele...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING286NOTEIn the above table, n is the number of the manual pulsegenerator (MPG) and up to 3 MPGs can be used.A feed axis is selected by 4–bit code of A to D.(3) Manual handle feed multiplication is not correctCheck the following signals using PMC’s PCDGN. Also con...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING287(03)(02)(09)(12)(03)(04)(18)(14)(05)(06)(20)(16)HA1HB1+5V0VHA2HB2+5V0VHA3HB3+5V0VHA1HB1+5V0VHA2HB2+5V0VHA3HB3+5V0VCNC side MPG (JA3)Manual pulsegeneratorConnector:half pitch20pins (HIROSE)(05)(06)(03)(04)(05)(06)(03)(04)(05)(06)(03)(04)1st2nd3rdshield(b) Manual p...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING288(1) Check manual operation is possible.(2) Check the status of cycle start LED on machine operator’s manual.(3) Check status of CNC.When manual operation is either impossible, perform countermeasure,based on the previous item “Jog operation cannot be done”....

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING289(3) Feed hold signal is inputUnder normal state, the feed hold signal is 1 when the feed hold buttonis not pressed.Check the state of this signal using the PMC’s diagnostic function(PMCDGN)#7G000#6#5*SP#4#3#2#1#0(M/T series)#7G096#6#5*SP#4#3#2#1#0(TT series)*SP...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING290<Second override>#7*AFV7G013#6*AFV6#5*AFV5#4*AFV4#3*AFV3#2*AFV2#1*AFV1#0*AFV0(M/T series,TT seriesHEAD #1)#7*AFV7G061#6*AFV6#5*AFV5#4*AFV4#3*AFV3#2*AFV2#1*AFV1#0*AFV0(TT seriesHEAD #2)c. The manual feedrate override is 0% (only for dry run).When the dry run...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING291(iii) The automatic operation all–axis interlock signal (*AIT) orblock start interlock signal (*BSL) is being input.#7G001#6#5#4#3#2#1*BSL#0*AIT(M/T series)#7G001#6#5#4#3#2#1*BSL#0*AIT(TT seriesHEAD #1)#7G049#6#5#4#3#2#1*BSL#0*AIT(TT seriesHEAD #2)0 in the *AIT...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING292(4) If only rapid traverse for positioning (G00) fails to function, check thefollowing parameter and signal sent from the PMC:a. Rapid traverse rate setting1420Rapid traverse rate for each axis (mm/min)b. Rapid traverse override signal#7G006#6ROV2#5ROV1#4#3#2#1#0...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING293#71402#6#5#4#3#2#1#0ROV8[Parameter input][Data type] Bit typeROV8 Rapid traverse override is specified as:0 : Fo, Fm, 50%, or 100%, using two input signals, ROV1 and ROV2.1 : 0 to 100% (in steps of 1%), using seven input signals, *RV0B to*RV6B.(5) Only feed (othe...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING294JA7BSPM200VACSpindlemotorPosition coder orBuilt–in sensorSpindlePC· Main CPU board· Sub CPU board· Additional axis board· Axis CPU boardx: 1,2SPDL–x(JA7A,B)200VACPCControl signalA–OUTx(JA8A, B)SPDL–x(JA7A, B)Position coderx: 1,2· Main CPU board· Sub...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING295(1) After cycle operation is started, then stopped, check as follows:(2) Confirm cycle start LED on machine operator’s panel.(3) Confirm CNC’s diagnostic function(1) If the cycle start LED signal (STL) has been turned off due to a reset,check CNC diagnostic N...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING296#7ERSG0000#6#5#4#3#2#1#0(M/T series)#7ERSG096#6#5#4#3#2#1#0(TT series)#7 (ERS) When the bit is 1, external reset signal is input.* This signal is usually used for a confirmation signal of M02 when anM02 is specified in a program as the end of a program.Therefore,...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING297Check whether it is a trouble of display or a trouble of the system.Check whether the STATUS LED on the main board shows the followingstate.1234 STATUSf (f : on, : off)If the status shows the above state, the system is normal.Therefore, display system may be f...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING298StartSR805, SR806@ Check the reader/punch interface op-tion.@ Check the parameter for the specifica-tion number of the reader/punch unit.RS807@ Check the reader/punch interface option.@ Check the parameters for the channelnumber and the specification number ofthe...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING299@ Check parameters related to the reader/punchinterface (baud rate and number of stop bits).@ The I/O device is faulty.@ The I/O interface module is faulty.YesSR821, SR831SR841, SR851NoIs the cable connectioncorrect?@ The I/O device is faulty.@ The I/O interface ...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING300A parameter setting related to the reader/punch interface is invalid.Correlation diagrams for parameters related to reader/punch interfaces aregiven below.Parameters related to the reader/punch interfaceThe correlation diagrams of the parameters related to the re...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING3013) Main CPU board + Sub–board (additional axis) + Option 1 board (with communication functions)R/PR/PR/PR/PR/PMainSeries 15–BSUBJD5AJD5BJD5CJD6AOP 1JD5JJD6DChannel 1: JD5A of the main CPU boardChannel 2: JD5B of the main CPU boardChannel 3: JD5J of the sub–...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING302002000210022002350015002500350134321ChannelNo.DeviceNo.Channel used bythe foreground/background I/OdeviceDevice numberused for eachchannel.5000#0=1(RS–422)#0=0(RS–232–C)5071507250735074No. of stop bitsBaud rateProtocol508150825083508451605161516251205121512...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING303#70000#6#5DNC#4EIA#3NCR#2ISP#1CTV#0TVC[Setting input][Data type] BitTVC Specifies whether TV check is performed.0 : Do not perform.1 : Perform.CTV Specifies whether characters are counted for TV check during control out.0 : Count.1 : Do not count.ISP Specifies wh...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING3040022Interface No. of input device for background[Setting input][Data type] ByteAssignment of input device numbers for background0 : Reader connected to JD5A of main CPU board1 : Reader connected to JD5A of main CPU board (Settings 0 and 1 are identical.)2 : Reade...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING3055060HDLC baud rate in DNC1[Setting input][Data type] ByteSet this parameter to 51 because the HDLC baud rate is fixed at 460K bpsin DNC1.(1) Check that the communication settings made for the externalinput/output device or host computer are the same as those made...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING306Check the cable for disconnection or wrong connection.Tape readerHost computerMain CPU boardR232–1(JD5A)Punch panelR232–2(JD5B)Option 1 boardR232–3(JD5C)R422–1(JD6A)Host computerTape reader, etc.SUB CPU boardorAdditional axisboardR232–9(JD5J)R422–1(JD...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING307< Cable connection>RD(01)0V(02)DR(03)0V(04)CS(05)0V(06)CD(07)0V(08)(09)+24V (10)SD(11)0V(12)ER(13)0V(14)RS(15)0V(16)(17)(18)+24V (19)(20)(03)RD(06)DR(05)CS(08)CD(02)SD(20)ER(04)RS(07)SG(25)+24V(01)FGConnector : Half–pitch 20–pinsConnector :DBM–25SsShi...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING308RD(01)0V(02)DR(03)0V(04)CS(05)0V(06)CD(07)0V(08)(09)+24V (10)SD(11)0V(12)ER(13)0V(14)RS(15)0V(16)(17)(18)+24V (19)(20)(02)SD(20)ER(04)RS(08)CD(03)RD(06)DR(05)CS(07)SG(25)+24V(01)FGConnector : Half–pitch 20–pinsConnector D–SUB 25 pinsShieldR232–3(JD5C)Host...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING309ShieldConnector : D–SUB 25 pinsConnector : Half–pitch 20 pins (PCR)R422–1(JD6A)R422–4 (JD6D)Host computerRD (01)*RD (02)RT (03)*RT (04)CS (05)*CS (06)DM (07)Note) *DM (09)0V (08)(+24V) (10)SD (11)*SD (12)TT (13)*TT (14)RS (15)*RS (16)TR (17)*TR (18)(+24V)...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING310Does deceleration signal *DECα change between grids ?By 1 grid ?YESNO(START)Length ofdecelerationdog sufficient ?Exchange dog. As a temporary work,lower rapid traverserate (PRM 1420) in ref-erence position returnLimit switch for*DECα is faulty (vari-ation is la...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING311(1) Reference position return was executed when the following conditionis not satisfied:The CNC received one rotation signal at least one time when the axisis moving to the reference position at a speed higher than a speedequivalent to 128 pulses of position erro...

  • Page 332

    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING312Check whether position gain is greater than 128 pulses(DGN 3000) before or during reference position return.128 or morePosition erroramount : 3000Check feed rate command:PRM 1420 F : Rapid traverse rate(mm/min)PRM 1424Manual rapid traverse rate (mm/min)PRM 1825 G...

  • Page 333

    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING313· Pulse coder is faultyChange pulse coder or motor· Main CPU board is faultyChange main CPU board· Sub–CPU board is faultyChange sub–CPU board· Additional axis board is faultyChange additional axis board· Axis CPU board is faultyChange axis CPU board· S...

  • Page 334

    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING314Absolute position data in the absolute pulse coder was lost. (This alarm will be generated when absolute pulse coder is exchanged orposition feedback signal cable of the absolute pulse coder isdisconnected).Machine position must be memorized using the following m...

  • Page 335

    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING315Absolute pulse coder, cable or servo module is faulty.Check the details of the error using the CNC diagnostic function.The diagnostic number for each axis is obtained as follows:3018 + (n – 1) x 20 (n: axis number = 1, 2, 3, ...)#7APMVALDiagnostic#6APPER#5APF...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING316This alarm is issued when the battery for the absolute pulse coder hasfailed (its voltage has dropped to 0 V). Absolute position data is lost whenthe battery is replaced. After replacing the battery, therefore, performreference position return to re–set the m...

  • Page 337

    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING317The serial pulse coder or feedback cable has been found to be defective.Check the details of the alarm using the CNC diagnostic function.#73016+(n–1) 20n : Axis number#6CSAL#5#4PHAL#3#2#1CKAL#0SPHALDGN#6 (CSAL) Check sum alarm has generated.#4 (PHAL) Phase data...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING318An error is generated in communication with serial pulse coder.Check the details by the diagnostic function of the CNC.#73017+(n–1) 20n : Axis number#6CSA#5#4PHA#3RCA#2#1CKA#0SPHADGN#7 (DTE) Data error has generated.#6 (CRC) Serial communication error has gener...

  • Page 339

    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING319Amplifier or overheat of motor is detected.Confirm the detail by the diagnostic function of CNC.#7OVL3014+(n–1) 20n : Axis number#6#5#4#3#2#1#0DGN#7 (OVL) 1 OVERLOAD ALARM is displayed.Check details of alarms.↓#7ALD3015+(n–1) 20n : Axis number#6#5#4#3#2#1#0...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING320[SVM LED display: 1](START)Check the SVM LED display.Check whether the fan is cloggedwith any foreign matter.1 ?Clogged?Remove the foreign matter.See the description of the LEDdisplay. If the unit is hot, an IPMalarm state (such as overcurrent)may have arisen.C...

  • Page 341

    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING321Because an ambient temperature of the control unit becomes high, athermostat mounted on the back panel of NC functions and informs analarm.(START)NOYESCheck temperature around the control unit ishigh (more than 45°C)Thermostat on the back panel of NCis faulty.Re...

  • Page 342

    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING322Spindle speed changes abnormally due to load.Confirm the followingparameter :Check whether spindle speed is constant by viewof the speed meter on CRT.Constant ?Heavy cutting?Is a heavy cutting being per-formed ? Confirm spindle loadon CRT.Reduce cutting conditio...

  • Page 343

    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING323Alarm OT300 is issued when the spindle amplifier cannot be startednormally in a system using a serial spindle.(1) Optical cable is in poor contact or spindle amplifier power is off.(2) When display of spindle amplifier shows SU–01 or an alarm other thanAL–24 ...

  • Page 344

    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING324#7SLES21503#6#5SREQ2#4SSTB2#3SSPRM2#2SNCRRM2#1SNOTC2#0NC internal processing sequence information and spindle status 2SNOTC2 1 : No SIC2–LSI connected to the serial lineSNCRM2 1 : NC SIC2–LSI error (parameter check error)SSPRM2 1 : NC SIC2–LSI communication...

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    B–62075E/045. TROUBLESHOOTING325(4) 1503#1 (SNOTC2)The spindle amplifier cannot be recognized.↓Check the state of the communication cable.↓If no problem is identified, the spindle module, communicationcable, or spindle amplifier may be faulty.(5) 1503#2 (SNCRM2)An error has occurred during ...

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    APPENDIX

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    B–62075E/04A. MAINTENANCE PARTSAPPENDIX329A MAINTENANCE PARTSMaintenance parts can be classified into two types: repairable parts andconsumable parts. Repairable parts are covered in Section 2.6. Thisappendix lists consumable maintenance parts (fuses, batteries, fans,keyboards, etc.).A.1MAI...

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    B–62075E/04A. MAINTENANCE PARTS330Consumable maintenance parts are not repaired. In the event of theirbeing damaged, they are discarded and replaced.NameOrdering codeDrawing numberRemarksFan motorFor two–slot caseA90L–0001–0378One fan motor forevery two slots2.4WFor one–slot caseA90L...

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    B–62075E/04A. MAINTENANCE PARTSAPPENDIX331Consumable maintenance parts are not repaired. In the event of theirbeing damaged, they are discarded and replaced. In the following table,keyboards, key sheets, and display devices are handled as consumables.NameUnit drawingnumberKey sheetKeyboardDis...

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    B–62075E/04A. MAINTENANCE PARTS332NameRe-marksDisplaydeviceKeyboardKey sheetUnit drawingnumber9.5″ LCD/MDI unitColor,vertical typeA02B–0162–C131These units have amembrane typeA86L–0001–0197#02AA61L–0001–0138MDI unitvertical typeA02B–0163–C331membrane–typekeyboard and usekhtA...

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    B–62075E/04A. MAINTENANCE PARTSAPPENDIX333Consumable maintenance parts are not repaired. In the event of theirbeing damaged, they are discarded and replaced. In the following table,keyboards, key sheets, and display devices are handled as consumables.NameUnit drawingnumberKey sheetKeyboardDis...

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    B–62075E/04A. MAINTENANCE PARTS334NameRemarksDisplaydeviceKeyboardKey sheetUnit drawingnumberSeparatetype MDIFor CRTA02B–0162–C111A02B–0162–K101A86L–0001–0196/02No display devicemountedSpecifyany ofyunitA02B–0162–C112any ofthese partswhen usingA02B–0163–C312A02B–0163–K10...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX335B BOOT SYSTEMB.1OVERVIEW336. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B.2SCREEN CONFIGURATION AND OPERATING PROCEDURE341. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B.3ERROR MESSAGES AND REQUIRED COUNTERMEASURES355. . . . . . . . . ....

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM336The Series 15–B boot system is designed to load the CNC systemsoftware (from flash memory into DRAM) and to start the CNC softwarein preparation for the execution of the CNC software. The boot systemhas the following functions related to the maintenance of...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX337(5) : ID of the flash ROM module mounted on the CNC module. If theID cannot be recognized, the status is indicated by the LED (LED02).(6) : ID of the flash ROM module mounted on the PMC module. If theID cannot be recognized, PASS is displayed. The system a...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM338When the following display appears, select the MDI unit to be used. Touse a lathe–system MDI unit, press the INPUTINSERT key. To use a machining–center MDI unit, press the CAN key. Once the MDI has been set,SYSTEM MONITOR is selected.SET MDI KEYBOARD T...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX339Flash memory filesFile nameDescriptionCNC basic softwareNC BASICsystemCNC basic softwareNC SUB CPUsystemCNC basic software (for system with sub–CPU)AXIS CPUsystemCNC basic software (for multiaxis system)OPTIONA1systemCNC option installation software A1OPTIO...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM340The table below lists the functions and corresponding memory card typesthat can be used. Cards must be of TYPE 1 or 2 as defined in the PersonalComputer Memory Card International Association (PCMCIA) standard,version 2.0 or later, or the Japan Electronic Ind...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX341When the boot system starts, the main menu appears first. The main menuis described below:(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)SYSTEM MONITOR1. SYSTEM DATA LOADING2. SYSTEM DATA CHECK3. SYSTEM DATA SAVE4. FILE DATA BACKUP5. MEMORY CARD FORMAT6. END*** MESSAGE ***SELECT M...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM342A system file or user file is loaded into flash memory from a memory card.(1)(2)(3)(5)SYSTEM DATA LOADINGFILE DIRECTORY1. xxxx.yyy2. aaaa.bbb3. ccc.ddd4. eeee.fff(4) END*** MESSAGE ***SELECT FILE AND HIT INPUT KEY(1) : Title(2) : Memory card directory display...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX343While a file is being loaded, the following statuses are displayed:(1) LOADING FROM IC–CARD :Data is being loaded from amemory card.(2) TEST DEVICE:The flash ROM module isundergoing a device test.(3) PROGRAM AND VERIFY:Data is being written to the flashROM ...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM344The files in flash memory are listed. The list indicates the number of128KB management units in each file and the series and edition of thesoftware.A user file can be deleted from flash memory.(1)(2)(3)(5)SYSTEM DATA CHECKFILE DIRECTORY1. OPTIONA2( 2)2. OPTI...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX3451 Select a file for which detailed information is required. For example,select 4 NC BASIC (8).2 The management unit numbers of the selected file and the series andedition of each management unit are listed. After checking thedisplayed data, press the INPUTI...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM3461 Select the SYSTEM DATA CHECK function of SYSTEMMONITOR. The files in flash memory are listed.2 Position the cursor to the user file to be deleted. Then, press the DELETEkey.When using the keyboard for the 9″ small unit, press the CAN keyinstead of the ...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX347A user file is written to a memory card from flash memory. A user filestored in flash memory can be saved to a memory card, but no system filescan be saved.(1)(2)(3)(5)SYSTEM DATA SAVEFILE DIRECTORY1. OPTIONA2( 2)2. DG SERVO( 1)3. NC BASIC( 8)4. PMC–NAOB( ...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM3481 System files and user files on the SYSTEM DATA SAVE screenThe SYSTEM DATA SAVE screen enables the saving of user filesonly. System files cannot be saved.2 Name of saved fileD A file name must be specified in line with MS–DOS conventions.(Up to eight char...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX349To execute the batch saving of a backup data file (file SRAM), selectSTORE FILE. To execute batch restoration, select LOAD FILE. Toterminate the processing, select END. To select the processing, press acursor key ( ) to position the cursor, then press the...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM350(4) The backup data can be saved using up to four memory cards byperforming step (3) repeatedly. If four memory cards cannot hold allthe data, the FILE DATA SIZE ERROR and HIT INPUT KEYmessages appear in the message field. When the INPUTINSERT key is presse...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX351If all the required data cannot be restored from FILE1.BAK alone, theSET FILE2.BAK & HIT INPUT KEY message appears in themessage field. Mount the second memory card containingFILE2.BAK without turning the power off, then press the INPUTINSERT key.To canc...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM352Size of system battery backup fileFILE SIZE : 512K BYTEFILE1. BAKFILE2. BAK00058000*** MESSAGE ***STORE TO IC–CARD(LOADING FROM IC–CARD)Nameoffile(onthememorycard)that has been saved or restoredName of file (on the memory card) which is being saved or res...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX353A memory card can be formatted. Formatting is necessary to prepare ablank memory card or a memory card whose contents have been destroyeddue to failure of the battery or some other reason.(1)(2)(3)MEMORY CARD FORMATALL DATA OF MEMORY CARD IS LOST.*** MESSAGE...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM354The boot system terminates and the CNC starts.Select 6: END from the MAIN MENU screen. The boot systemterminates and the CNC starts.If the CNC basic software is not correctly stored in flash memory, themain menu appears again.B.2.6LOAD BASIC SYSTEMD Descript...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX355The table below lists the error messages that may be output.Error messageDescriptionIC CARD NOT READYThe IC memory card is not correctly mounted.BATTERY ALARM (IC CARD) A battery alarm occurred for the IC memorycard.ILLEGAL FORMAT FILEThe system cannot recogn...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM356(1)(2)(3)(4)SYSTEM ERRORxxxx yDRAM PARITYXXXXXXXXxxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxxxxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxxxxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxxxxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxxxxxx y: (xxxx) Boot ROM ...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX357The first page of the system alarm screen is displayed as shown below.(1) indicates the CPU of the board on which the RAM parity error isdetected. (2) indicates the module, or similar, in which the RAM parityerror was detected.The indicated module, or simil...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM358The first page of the system alarm screen is displayed as shown below.(1) indicates the CPU of the board on which the DRAM SUM error isdetected. The DRAM module on the indicated board may be defective.Replace the DRAM module.F15M14 A6D2ADRAM SUM ERROR( 1 )E...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX359The first page of the system alarm screen is displayed as shown below.A defective board can be identified from the ERROR ADRS value. Thisidentification is possible only when the displayed ERROR ADRS valuebegins with 4.F15M14 A6D2ABUS ERRORCNC–XXXX FBUS–...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM360The first page of the system alarm screen is displayed as shown below.(1) indicates the CPU of the board on which a line F emulator exceptionis detected. If the indicated board is CNC–MAIN or CNC–SUB, thesoftware installation may be defective. Check the...

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    B–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEMAPPENDIX361The first page of the system alarm screen is displayed as shown below.The servo modules indicated as SERVO CPU #1/2/ /4/ may be defective.In the example shown below, an error has occurred in the first, second, andfourth servo modules. Replace the correspondi...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04B. BOOT SYSTEM362The first page of the system alarm screen is displayed as shown below.The following example indicates that the file SRAM backup battery onthe main board is weak.F15M14 A6D2ARAM PARITY ERROR (BATTERY LOW)CNC–MAIN FILE–RAMERROR OCCURRED AT 1996–07–12 ...

  • Page 381

    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX363C ERROR CODE TABLEC.1ALARM LIST (CNC)364. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C.2ALARM LIST (PMC)383. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C.3PMC ERRORS388. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

  • Page 382

    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE364NumberMessage displayed on CRTContentsRemarksPS 003TOO MANY DIGITSData entered with more digits than permitted. (See APPENDIX 2, “Table of Maximum Command Values.”)PS 006ILLEGAL USE OF NEGATIVE VALUEA minus sign (–) was specified at an address whe...

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    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX365NumberMessage displayed on CRTContentsRemarksPS 060SEQUENCE NUMBER NOTFOUNDThe specified sequence No. was not found during sequence num-ber search.The sequence No. specified as the jump destination in GOTOn orM99Pn was not found.PS 061NO P, Q COMMAND ATG...

  • Page 384

    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE366NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTPS 094G CANNOT BE ARGUMENTAddress G was used as the argument of a macro.PS 095TOO MANY TYPE–2ARGUMENTSMore than 10 sets of type–II arguments were specified for custommacros.PS 100CANCEL WITHOUT MODALCALLCa...

  • Page 385

    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX367NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTPS 138WHILE STATEMENTFORMAT ERRORThere is an error in the format used in a WHILE statement in acustom macro.PS 139SETVN STATEMENTFORMAT ERRORThere is an error in the format used in a SETVN statement in acustom...

  • Page 386

    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE368NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTPS 197OTHER AXIS ARECOMMANDEDA command was issued for another axis at the same time acommand was being issued for the index table axis.PS 198ILLEGAL INDEX ANGLEA value other than an integer multiple of the deg...

  • Page 387

    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX369NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTPS 300ILLEGAL ADDRESSAn illegal address was specified while loading parameters or pitcherror compensation data from a tape.PS 301MISSING ADDRESSAn address was found to be missing while loading parameters orpit...

  • Page 388

    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE370NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTPS 429MISSING VALUE AT CNR,CHFThe specified movement distance is less than the specified cor-nering or chamfering amount in a block in which chamfering orcornering is specified.MISSING VALUE AT CNR,CHFWhen a b...

  • Page 389

    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX371NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTPS 573EGB PARAMETER SETTING ERROREGB parameter setting error.(1) SYNAXS, bit 0 of parameter 1955, was erroneously set.(2) The rotation axis was not specified (bits 0 and 1 of parameterNo. 1006). The synchronou...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE372NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTPS 587ILL–COMMAND IN G81MODEOne of the illegal commands shown below was specified duringG81 synchronization.(1) One of commands specified for the C–axis, such as G27, G28,G29, G30, and G53(2) One of inch/m...

  • Page 391

    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX373NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTPS 901G72.2 NESTING ERRORG72.2 was specified again during G72.2 parallel copying.PS 920ILL–COMMAND IN G05.1Q1An invalid command was specified in G05.1 Q1 (look–ahead ac-celeration/deceleration before inter...

  • Page 392

    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE374NumberMessage displayed on CRTContentsRemarksSR 160INTERNAL DATA OVERFLOWCoordinates specified in an absolute or machine coordinate sys-tem are out of range.In general, this alarm is generated when the rotational axis is ro-tated a number of times and an...

  • Page 393

    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX375NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTSR 824BUFFER OVERFLOW(1)The NC received more than ten characters of data from reader/punch interface 1 even though the NC sent a stop code (DC3)during data reception.SR 830DR OFF(2)The data set ready signal fo...

  • Page 394

    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE376NumberMessage displayed on CRTContentsRemarksSB 010GRAPHIC RAM PARITYA parity error occurred in the graphic ROM.SB 011GRAPHIC RAM PARITY(WORK)A parity error occurred in the graphic work RAM.SB 011GRAPHIC RAM PARITY(RED)A parity error occurred in the RAM ...

  • Page 395

    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX377NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTOT 032NEED ZRN (ABS PCDR)The counter value of the absolute pulse coder does not match themachine coordinates.Axis typeOT 034BATTERY ZERO(ABS PCDR)The battery voltage of the absolute pulse coder is 0 V. Checkw...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE378NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTOT 124OUTPUT REQUEST ERRORAn output request was issued during external data output, or anoutput request was issued for an address that has no output data.OT 125TOO LARGE NUMBERA number outside of the range 0 t...

  • Page 397

    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX379NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTOT 302EX DEVIATION SPEEDExcessive deviation in speedOT 307OVER SPEEDExcessive speedOT 309OVERHEAT MAIN CIRCUITExcessive load on the main circuitOT 310LOW VOLT INPUT POWERLow voltage in the input power supplyOT...

  • Page 398

    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE380NumberMessage displayed on CRTContentsRemarksSV 000TACHOGENERATER DISCONNECTThe tachogenerator is disconnected.Axis typeSV 001EXCESS CURRENT INSERVOThe servo motor was overloaded.Axis typeSV 002BREAKER(FEED_CTL_UNIT) OFFThe breaker for the velocity contr...

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    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX381NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTSV 026ILLEGAL AXIS ARRANGE-MENTParameter No. 1023 for specifying the arrangement of servo axesis set incorrectly.SV 027ILL DGTL SERVO PARAMETERThere is an illegal digital servo parameter. – A correct motor m...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE382NumberRemarksContentsMessage displayed on CRTSV 323DISCONNECT ALARM BYSOFTDisconnection of the serial pulse coder was detected. (Software)SV 324DISCONNECT ALARM BYHARDDisconnection of the serial pulse coder was detected. (Hardware)SV 325PULSE CODER ALARM...

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    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX383(1) PMC–NAMessageAlarm descriptionTHERE IS NO ALARMNormal condition. Machine usually operates under this condition.ER01 ROM CASSETE ROM PARITYROM PARITY occurred in the FLASH ROM. (PMC–NA) Correctiveaction: Refer to the Chapter III–7.5 “Data In...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE384MessageAlarm descriptionER27 I/O DEVICES ARE UNDEFINED (AFTER xGROUP)The I/O allocation data is created for only up to the (x–1) group al-though I/O devices are connected to the x and subsequent groups.Note) If the system is started with the ROM casset...

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    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX385MessageContents and solutionER18 PROGRAM DATA ERROR BY I/OTransferring the sequence program from offline programmer was inter-rupted by the power off etc.(solution) Please clear the sequence program and transfer the se-quence program again.ER19 LADDER DA...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE386MessageContents and solutionER38 MAX SETTING OUTPUT DATA OVER(xx)The assignment data for a group exceeds 128 bytes.(The assignment data of output side of xx group or later become inef-fective.)(solution) Please reduce the assignment data to 128 bytes or...

  • Page 405

    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX387MessageContents and solutionWN24 TASK ENTRY ADDR ERRORThe selector of the entry address to the user task is out of range.(solution) Please correct the table of GDT in build file to the value within32(20H)–95(5FH).WN25 DATA SEG ENTRY ERRORThe entry addr...

  • Page 406

    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE388The following appears on the screen if an alarm condition (error) occurs:SYSTEM ALARM08:511D:SERI:0005:0094H581BUS ERROR FFEC8D (005DC6):PC04008:: Slot number511D: ID number of printed circuit boardSERI: ROM series0005: ROM version 0094h581 : Last 8 digi...

  • Page 407

    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX389(c) ILLEGAL INSTRUCTION(VECTOR: 10H)Tried to execute an illegal instruction<Message>: 24 charactersILG ERROR (yyyyyy):PC040yyyyyy: Execution address(d) ZERO DIVIDE(VECTOR: 14H)Division by 0 was attempted.<Message>: 24 charactersZDV ERROR (yyy...

  • Page 408

    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE390(i) LINE 1010 EMULATOR(VECTOR: 28H)Tried to execute an instruction whose operation code is Axxx.<Message>: 24 charactersL10 ERROR (yyyyyy):PC040yyyyyy: Execution address(j) LINE 1111 EMULATOR(VECTOR: 2CH)Tried to execute an instruction whose operat...

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    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX391(o) CNC SYSTEM ERROR(VECTOR: B8H)CNC system error<Message>: None(p) TRAP15(VECTOR: BCH)I/O error in battery powered RAM (printed circuit board BASE0 faulty)<Message>: 24 charactersT15 ERROR (yyyyyy):PC040yyyyyy: Execution address(q) RAM PARIT...

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    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE392(r) SLC ERROR(VECTOR: 7CH)I/O communication error<Message>: 22 charactersSLC ERROR xx (yy):PC050xx: Detailed information on host SLC errorbit 0 : CRC error or framing error (detection of an error such as a reversed bit)bit 1 : Error detected by the...

  • Page 411

    B–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLEAPPENDIX393(3) PMC–NADisplay error messagesError contents1ROM PARITY add bbb : PC010PMC ROM parity error has occurred aaa,bbb: defecitive ROMnumber2RAM PARITY <a.RAM> bb (yyyyyy) : PC020PMC RAM parity error has occurreda. RAM: kind of RAM PARITY (B.RAM: BAS...

  • Page 412

    APPENDIXB–62075E/04C. ERROR CODE TABLE394(4) PMC–NBMessage STATUS LEDContents and solutionRAM ERROR <a> bbcc xxxx: yyyyyyyy: PC010STATUS LEDLJ orjLThe parity error occurs on the debugging RAM of PMC.a: RAM which generates RAM parity.B BASIC RAMO OPTION RAMS STATIC RAMbb, cc: RAM PARITY ...

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    B–62075E/04D. WARNING MESSAGE LISTAPPENDIX395D WARNING MESSAGE LISTMessageAlarm descriptionPARAMETER/SETTING DATA/MACRO VARIABLE CAN’T REWRITE (MDI EXECUTING)Because MDI operation is being performed, neither parameters, set-ting data, nor macro variables can be rewritten.PARAMETER/SETTING DAT...

  • Page 414

    APPENDIXB–62075E/04D. WARNING MESSAGE LIST396MessageAlarm descriptionORIGIN IMPOSSIBLE (IN RESET OR FEED HOLD)ORIGIN operation is disabled because the system is in the reset orfeed hold state.EDIT REJECT (IN RESET OR FEEDHOLD)Editing is disabled because the system is in the reset or feed holdst...

  • Page 415

    B–62075E/04D. WARNING MESSAGE LISTAPPENDIX397MessageAlarm description–OVERTRAVEL(SOFT1)The tool has attempted to enter an area set as inhibited by storedstroke limit 1 during manual movement in the negative direction.Backing out the tool in the positive direction automatically clears thiswarn...

  • Page 416

    IndexB–62075E/04i–1Numbers10″ LCD, 185, 18710″ PDP, 18615–MFB data input/output, 2229.5″ LCD, 1859.5″ LCD, 10.4″ LCD (graphic function built–in type or forMMC–IV), 1879″ PDP, 186AAction against noise, 86Address, 227Adjusting the liquid–crystal display, 185Alarm 700 (overhe...

  • Page 417

    INDEXB–62075E/04i–2Erasing a displayed waveform, 34Error code table, 363Error messages and required countermeasures, 355Execution period of PMC, 229External control unit (except I/O unit), 173FFuse replacement in power supply unit, 181GGeneral of interface, 225HHandle operation cannot be done...

  • Page 418

    INDEXB–62075E/04i–3Power cannot be turned on, 273Power capacity, 86Power supply unit, 164Power–up processing sequence display, 336PS200 (grid synchronous is failed), 311RReader/puncher interface, 71Reference position deviates, 310Related parameters, 45Remote buffer interface, 82Removing, 17...

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    Revision RecordFANUCSeries 15/150–MODEL B MAINTENANCE MANUAL (B–62075E)04May, ’98Total revision03Feb.,’95The following products are addedS FANUC Series 150–TBS FANUC Series 150–TTBS FANUC Series 150–MB02Aug.,’94The explanation of various printed circuit boards was added tothe para...

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