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    Haas Technical PublicationsManual_Archive_Cover_Page Rev A June 6, 2013•This content is for illustrative purposes.•Historic machine Service Manuals are posted here to provide information for Haas machine owners.•Publications are intended for use only with machines built at the time of origi...

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    1Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007SAFETY40Install lock-out claspand lock with padlockto secure CircuitBreaker in theOFF position.ONOFFREDWHTBLKTo avoid possible shock, make sure circuit breakers are appropriately locked off before attempting any electri-cal work.CAUTION! Working with the...

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    Electrical Service296-0284 rev C June 2007Machine can be powered on, but turns off by itself.• Check Settings #1 and #2 for Auto Off Timer or Off at M30.• Check alarm history for Overvoltage or Overheat shutdown.• Check AC power supply lines for intermittent supply.• Check low voltage po...

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    3Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007• Amplifier faulting out for valid reason, such as overtemp, overvoltage, or +/-12V undervoltage condition. Thisusually results from running a servo intensive program, or unadjusted 12V power supply. Adjust voltage tocorrect specifications or replace t...

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    Electrical Service496-0284 rev C June 20074.If the machine still has the program with the exclamation point or the control now refuses to load a goodprogram, it may be necessary to clear memory and reload software.5. If problem persists, replace main processor board.Alarm 261, Rotary CRC Error (...

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    5Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007LINE VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENTSPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to adjust the line voltage.Tools Required: Large flat tip screwdriver, Digital voltmeterNOTE:The machine must have air pressure at the air gauge, or a "Low Air Pressu...

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    Electrical Service696-0284 rev C June 20072. After the line voltage is connected to the machine, make sure that main circuit breaker is off. Turn on thepower at the source. Using an accurate digital voltmeter and appropriate safety procedures, measure thevoltage between all three pair phases at ...

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    7Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 20076. After the power is on, measure the voltage across the bottom terminals on the main circuit breaker. Itshould be the same as the measurements where the input power connects to the main circuit breaker. Ifthere are any problems, check the wiring.7. Appl...

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    Electrical Service896-0284 rev C June 2007FUSE REPLACEMENTPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any fuses.Some of the brushless amplifiers have one 15 amp fuse, F1. If this fuse blows, the associated motor will stop;a light on the amplifier will tell of a blown fu...

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    9Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 200732-4076G Rev.AFU7C4C3C2C7C6C5C110A 115VMAIN10A 230VCOOLANT10A 115VRTY/USER POWER10A 230VTSC COOLANTSPARE FUSESP1P5P7P14P15P24P25P28P30P33P34P35TB3TB2NE1NE4FU8FU12 FU11 FU10FU9NE6NE5FU13FU12NE12NE11NE10NE9NE8NE7NE13FU1PHASE DETECTPASSFAILHASE DETECTPASSFA...

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    Electrical Service1096-0284 rev C June 20072. Remove the screws holding the cover on the back of the control panel. Take care to hold the cover in placeuntil all screws have been removed.3. Disconnect the data cable from the receiver board on the LCD assembly (J3). Disconnect the power cableand ...

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    11Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007Blank pin goes to thisside of connector+5VBLK+5VREDGNDWHTAREDBGRNGNDWHT/REDAWHT/YELBWHT/BRNAYELBBRN Jog Handle Encoder Jog Handle Removal Jog Handle Wiring Diagram4. Using the 5/64" allen wrench, loosen the two screws holding the knob...

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    Electrical Service1296-0284 rev C June 2007LAMP ON/OFF SWITCHAn on/off switch is supplied for the work lamp. It is located on the side of the operator’s pendant. The lampuses 115V AC taken from P19 on the main power distribution board.SWITCH REPLACEMENT1. Turn the machine power off. Remove the...

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    13Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007KeypadFront BezelGasketGlassKeypad Installation6. Insert the ribbon cable through the opening in the control panel. Expose the adhesive strip on the back ofthe keypad and press it into place in the upper right corner of the keypad recess. Press to the c...

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    Electrical Service1496-0284 rev C June 2007SOLENOIDSPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any solenoid assem-blies.TOOL RELEASE PISTON (TRP) AIR SOLENOID ASSEMBLY (HORIZ & VERT)Removal1. Turn machine power on and raise spindle head to uppermost position, then ...

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    15Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007EC400Air SolenoidAssemblyMotor ShroudAir SolenoidAssemblySheet MetalTrayBasic Air Solenoid AssemblyAir Solenoid AssemblyWith TSC Feature AddedCheck Valve SwitchCheck Valve SwitchPre-ChargeInletTRP SolenoidTRPSolenoidPressureSwitchRegulatorTo TSCCheckVal...

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    Electrical Service1696-0284 rev C June 20073. Reconnect the electrical leads to the main air line pressure switch.4. Restore the air supply to the machine.PNEUMATIC CHUCK/TURRET CLAMP/UNCLAMP SOLENOID (LATHE)Removal1.Turn machine power off and remove the air supply from the machine.2.Pneumatic C...

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    17Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007The smart amplifier will calibrate utilizing the microprocessor that is present in each of the Smart Amplifiers atpower up. When power is applied to the Control Cabinet the Fault (Red LED) will illuminate and stay illuminatedfor a short time (approximat...

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    Electrical Service1896-0284 rev C June 2007MOCON, VIDEO/KEYBOARD, & MICROPROCESSORWARNING!WARNING!WARNING!WARNING!WARNING!The electrical panel will have residual voltage, even after power hasbeen shut off and/or disconnected. Never work inside this cabinetuntil the small red Charge light on ...

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    19Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 20076. Replace the MOCON board, attaching it to the Video/Keyboard (beneath the MOCON board) with thestandoffs, and reconnect all leads (previously removed) to their proper connections.7. If a second MOCON board is present, be sure to connect the jumper on ...

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    Electrical Service2096-0284 rev C June 2007PORPower-On-Reset Complete. (Normally On) - If this light does not come on, there is a problem withthe Processor PCB. Check that the EPROM is plugged in. Test the card with buss connectors off.HALTProcessor Halted in Catastrophic Fault. (Normally Dim) ...

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    21Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 20073. Remove the board by first removing the twelve screws that fasten it to the cabinet. Take care to hold theboard in place until all screws have been removed.4. Replace the I/O board, attaching it to the cabinet with the twelve screws previously removed...

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    Electrical Service2296-0284 rev C June 2007Voltage Selection TapsThere are four labeled plastic terminal blocks. Each block has three connections for wires labeled 74, 75, and76. Follow the instructions printed on the transformer.Secondary Connection To T1The secondary output from T1 is 115V AC ...

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    23Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007NOTE:If you need to replace the Low Voltage Power Supply board, please skip thenext step.4. Replace the Power board, attaching it with the seven screws previously removed. Do not forget to use thelower left screw for a ground connection.5. Reconnect all...

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    Electrical Service2496-0284 rev C June 2007RS-232 Remote Command ModeParameter 21 must be non-zero for the remote command mode to operate as the controller looks for an axisselect code defined by this parameter. The controller must also be in RUN mode to respond to the interface.Since the contro...

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    25Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007* Serial interface replaces cable 700 with cable 700B.SERIALKEYBOARDINTERFACEPCBVIDEO &KEYBOARDPCBMICROPROCESSORPCBP1700B850P850P850AJ13J3RS 232/ 32-4090 J1PORT 1Serial User’s PortPORT 2Aux Axis PortRS-232 Wiring Diagram (with Serial Keyboard)3. T...

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    Electrical Service2696-0284 rev C June 2007M FUNCTION RELAYS (M-FIN)The I/O PC board has relays that are available to the user. M21 is already wired out to P12 at the side of thecontrol cabinet. This is a four-pin DIN connector and includes the M-FIN signal.NOTE:Refer to Diagnostic Data for spec...

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    27Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007If the machine is operated with Limit Switch inputs disabled, a Low Lube and Door Open alarm is generated. Inaddition, Home search will not stop at the limit switch and instead runs into the physical stops on each axis.If the switch is damaged and perma...

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    Electrical Service2896-0284 rev C June 2007CONTROL MEMORYThe Haas processor board contains three types of memory:• Flash Memory - stores the binary and language files (software). Information stored only changes when theserviceperson loads a new binary file. Flash memory retains its contents ev...

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    29Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007Clearing the BBU-RAM (68K Processor)1. Type in “M 3000D6C 300FFFF” and press Enter. The control responds with “Memory Test Passed” writtenseveral times. The command “M3000D6C” checks and clears just a portion of the BBU-RAM. It avoids thesec...

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    Electrical Service3096-0284 rev C June 2007DIAGNOSTIC DATAThe Alarm Msgs display is the most important source of diagnostic data. At any time after the machinecompletes its power-up sequence, it will either perform a requested function or stop with an alarm. Refer to theAlarms chapter for their ...

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    31Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007Discrete Outputs #Name #Name1100Hyd Pump Enable1116Move Spigot CW1101Spare1117Move Spigot CCW1102Spare1118Pal Ready Light1103Spare1119T.S. High Pressure1104Spindle Brake1120Tool Turret Out1105Coolant Pump on1121T.S. Reverse1106Power Off1122T.S. Forward1...

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    Electrical Service3296-0284 rev C June 2007Analog DataNameDescriptionSP LOADSpindle load in %SP SPEEDSpindle rpm CW or CCWRUN TIMETotal machine run timeTOOL CHANGESNumber of tool changesVER X.XXXSoftware version numberYY/MM/DDToday's dateMDL SL-__Model numberDC BUSSMocon IIDISCRETE INPUTS/OUTPUT...

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    33Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007#Discrete Output Name#Discrete Output Name1100Powered Servos1120Unclamp Pre-Chrg1101Spare1121HTC Shuttle Out (Air Drive Shuttle in/ APC Door)1102Spare1122Brake 5TH Axis1103Spare1123CE Door Lock1104Brake 4th Axis1124M211105Coolant Pump On1125M221106Auto ...

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    Electrical Service3496-0284 rev C June 2007The following inputs and outputs pertain to the Haas Vector Drive. If it is not enabled, these will display a valueof *. Otherwise, it will display a 1 or 0.Spindle ForwardSpindle ReverseSpindle LockSpindle at Speed*Spindle StoppedSpindle FaultSpindle L...

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    35Cable List96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE LISTWIRE/TERMINALFUNCTION NAME:NUMBERINCOMING POWER 195-260 VAC (353-488 VAC OPTIONAL)L1INCOMING 195-260VAC, PHASE 1, TO CB1-1L2INCOMING 195-260VAC, PHASE 2, TO CB1-2L3INCOMING 195-260VAC, PHASE 3, TO CB1-371PROTECTED 195-260 VAC FROM MAIN CB1-4 TO K1-172...

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    36Cable List96-0284 rev C June 2007120TSC OVER TEMP THERMAL SENSOR (Vert)121THERMAL SENSOR SIGNAL122THERMAL SENSOR RETURN123SHIELD140230VAC 3PH POWER TO CHIP CONVEYOR MOTOR141PHASE A 230VAC142PHASE B 230VAC143PHASE C 230VAC144STARTING WINDING 230VAC145STARTING WINDING 230VAC146SHIELD DRAIN140A23...

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    37Cable List96-0284 rev C June 2007250VR SHUT IN / APC DOOR OPEN/ MD NIAGRA COOLANT ON (Vert option) HTC SHUTTLE/MORI MANUALTOOL RELEASE (Horiz) TAILSTOCK REVERSE OPTION (Lathe)251LEG 1 (Mill) 115 VAC (Lathe)252LEG 2 (Mill) 115 VAC RETURN (Lathe)253SHIELD DRAIN260K210 CABLING FOR EC (Mill) SPARE...

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    38Cable List96-0284 rev C June 2007430APC PALLET CLAMP MD PAL UP (Mill) APL LIGHT/BF EXTENDED PUSH (Lathe)440AUTO DOOR OPEN (Vert) SMTC CAGE DOOR OPEN - MORI ARM OUT (Horiz) DOOR OPEN (Lathe)450APC #2 CE DOOR OPEN (Vert) MORI ARM CW/CCW (Horiz) STEADY REST FOOT SWITCH (Lathe)460APC #2 DOOR CLOSE...

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    39Cable List96-0284 rev C June 2007640A AXIS HAAS AMPLIFIER CABLE TO MOTOR CONTROLLER BOARD(SAME AS 610-1 THRU 610-10) (Lathe)640AA AXIS HAAS AMPLIFIER CABLE TO MOTOR CONTROLLER BOARD(SAME AS 610-1 THRU 610-10) (Mill)640BB AXIS HAAS AMPLIFIER CABLE TO MOTOR CONTROLLER BOARD(SAME AS 610-1 THRU 61...

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    40Cable List96-0284 rev C June 2007690A-AXIS ENCODER CABLE (SAME AS 660-1 THRU 660-16) (Vert & Lathe)690AA-AXIS ENCODER CABLE (SAME AS 660-1 THRU 660-16) (Horiz)690BB-AXIS ENCODER CABLE (SAME AS 660-1 THRU 660-16) (Mill)690CC-AXIS ENCODER CABLE (SAME AS 660-1 THRU 660-16) (Mill)700KEYBOARD C...

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    41Cable List96-0284 rev C June 2007750AJOG HANDLE DATA CABLE (Horiz & Lathe)751A+5 VDC752A 0 VDC753AENCODER A CHANNEL754AENCODER B CHANNEL755ASHIELD DRAIN750BJOG HANDLE DATA CABLE (Horiz)750B-1+5 VDC JOG HANDLE750B-20VDC750B-3JOG HANDLE A CHANNEL750B-4JOG HANDLE A* CHANNEL750B-5JOG HANDLE B ...

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    42Cable List96-0284 rev C June 2007830OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT831OVERHEAT SIGNAL (INPUT 14)832OVERHEAT RETURN (D GROUND) (65)833SHIELD DRAIN840CIRCUIT BREAKER FOR 160 VDC (Vert)841LEG 1 (TO 81)842LEG 2843SHIELD DRAIN850SERIAL PORT #1 TO SERIAL KEYBOARD INTERFACE CABLE850ASERIAL PORT #2 INTERFACE CABL...

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    43Cable List96-0284 rev C June 2007900LOW COOLANT STATUS (Mill) SPARE (Lathe)901LOW COOLANT SIGNAL902LOW COOLANT RETURN (D GROUND)903SHIELD DRAIN910115 VAC CIRCUIT BREAKER TO SOLENOIDS911LEG 1912LEG 2913SHIELD DRAIN910A115VAC FROM CB4 ON MAIN POWER DIST. (Mill) SPARE 115 VAC (Lathe)910B115VAC TO...

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    44Cable List96-0284 rev C June 2007990HOME SENSORS991X HOME SWITCH (Vert) COMMON (DATA GROUND) Horiz & Lathe)992Y HOME SWITCH (LATHE TAIL STOCK) (Vert) X-AXIS HOME SWITCH (Horiz & Lathe)993Z HOME SWITCH (Vert) Y-AXIS HOME SWITCH (Horiz & Lathe)994HOME SWITCH RETURN (Vert) Z-AXIS HOME...

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    45Cable List96-0284 rev C June 20071060GROUND FAULT DETECTION SENSE INPUT1061+ INPUT FROM SENSE RESISTOR1062- INPUT FROM SENSE RESISTOR1063SHIELD DRAIN1070SKIP INPUT FROM SENSOR (Vert & Lathe) PROBE INPUT OPTION (Horiz)1071LOGIC COMMON (Vert & Lathe) PROBE SIGNAL (Horiz)1072SKIP SIGNAL (...

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    Electrical Service4696-0284 rev C June 2007PCBS, CABLE LOCATIONS, AND DIAGRAMSShown below are three types of commonly used cable connectors. They are shown as seen when pluggedinto the pc board. These diagrams are to aid in locating the pins for trouble shooting.123123412345123456123456712345678...

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    47Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007MICROPROCESSOR PCBC76C75C74U41U37U7U1U2U38U39SUBASSYC40C39C37C38U24850A850U11U3BT1R52R53Y1S2U8U15C5D2D1LINE1:LINE2:LINE3:D3D4D5D6D7D8RUN38.4K9.6KBAUDADDRESS BUSDATA BUSC82128K512K1MB16MBU1U2U3U59C47C46C43C45BT2850A850U22Y1C7C91C94U60PAL4.9xU43U8LINE1:LI...

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    Electrical Service4896-0284 rev C June 2007PLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAME TO LOCATIONPLUG #J1 ADDRESSADDRESS BUSSMOCON-MOTIF____J2 DATADATA BUSSMOCON-MOTIF____J3 (CF2)SERIAL DATAJ3, J6 (CF2)860LOW VOLTAGE<FROM>PSUP PCB____J4850KEYBOARD DATAKEYBOARD INT.____J5 PORT 2850ASERIAL PORT #2 AUX PORTAUX...

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    49Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007BRUSHLESS SERVO AMPLIFIER (P/N 93-5550C)POWER TOSERVO MOTOR335VDC(FROM HAASVECTOR DRIVE)LOW VOLTAGE POWER(INPUT)SERVO DRIVECURRENT COMMAND( FROM MOCON)BLOWN FUSEINDICATORNOTE:Newer amplifiers do not have a blown fuse indicator.PLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAME T...

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    Electrical Service5096-0284 rev C June 2007SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM - HIGH/LOW VOLTAGE195-260V AC(353-480V AC)INPUTVIDEO, KEYBOARD, AND JOG(FLOPPY DRIVE & RJH)INPUT VOLTAGE195-260V AC(353-480V AC)MAINPOWERDISTRIBUTION115V ACPOSITION DATA115V AC230V ACCMDS230V ACSPINDLE COMMANDSSPINDLE ENCODER335...

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    51Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007POWER PCB+5VGNDGNDAMPS+12V-12VMAIN 115V XFRMR90C90C90CAC GROUNDLOWVOLTPSDELTA-WYESERVOFANPROBEPS90C94/N95115V SPARES115VINPUT90A90C9690A90A92A90C90C3PH 115V TO IOPCBWORKLIGHTGFI/90GFI-12VGND+12VCOOLANT PUMP-12VSWDOORFANMONITOR+12VGND+12V90A90AMCD1MCD2GN...

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    Electrical Service5296-0284 rev C June 2007OFFICE MILL POWER SUPPLYJP1FAULT860A+12V12VRTNQ3U1CR6C1TP3DZ4CR4C12C14T1TP2U4LE2C19CR10CR5C11U3CR12320VRTNTP1K1230VACCR7REGENC31ISPVOLTMONBL320VPS970U6U5U7CR9U8C28P5R1U9R5CR18CR2VR1U2CR3DZ3C13R21Q2DZ2CR1320VDCC3R7R14Q1R23HIGHVOLTAGEPRESENTDZ1LE1C9C7C8C1...

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    53Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007I/O PCB REV. UP78CR5P60PROBECHIPC EN/REVCR11P18P821040/AP29470SPARE9REMUNCLA/BCEDOORLOCK-A/BP30P71PHLSSPARE10P28480SPARE8SPARE7P26460P27450P25SPARE6SPARE4440P24420P23P21SKIPSPARE31070240P22REMUNCLA/BSPARE2190190AP20790P19LO OILTSC PURGE270P33HTC SHUTQ20...

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    Electrical Service5496-0284 rev C June 2007PLUG #CABLE # TO LOCATIONPLUG #P10100M-FinP11970VD Over VoltVD J1P12950Low Air/Low Oil/VB low chill pressureP12 (Lathe)950Low Air/Hyd. pressureP13960Low LubeP14830Regen OverheatP15890SPDB Open/ClosedP15 (Lathe)890Spare/GearboxP167802nd VD OV/contactor O...

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    55Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007PLUG #CABLE # TO LOCATIONPLUG #P37 (Lathe)140ANot UsedP38140Chip ConveyorP39160230V Coolant, Chip Conv Power PSUP P21P39 (Lathe)160250V for Chip Conv.P40300250V Oil Pump/LuberP40 (Lathe)300SP Fan/Oil Pump/LuberP41300ASP Fan/Oil PumpP41 (Lathe)300ANot U...

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    Electrical Service5696-0284 rev C June 2007PLUG #CABLE # TO LOCATIONPLUG #P68310Pallet CW/CCW, Auto Door openP68 (Lathe)310APC Door openP69220Air Door, Pckt Up/Down,VR Shtle Out, VB ClamshellP69 (Lathe)220C-axis EngageP70530Outputs Cable 16-23MOCON P13P71500N/AP72770CE Stop D/EP73Haas P/N 33-196...

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    57Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 200710081050 P8/9(O) Door Open(O) Door OpenDoor Open1009100 P10M-FINM-FINM-FINGR Plasma Confirm1010970 P11Over VoltOver VoltOver Volt (not used)1011950 P12Low AirLow AirLow Air1012960 P13Low Way LubeLow Way LubeLow Way Lube1013830 P14OverheatOverheatOverhea...

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    Electrical Service5896-0284 rev C June 2007MACROCABLEHORIZONTALVERTICALLATHE1033420 P23Mori Man Tool Rls In/(C) APC #2 Pin Clr #2 SMTC Arm OutEC-400 Pallet Unclamped1034420 P23Mori Tool 1/SMTC Arm CCW (C) APC #2 Pal #2 HomeEC-400 Pallet Clamp Error1035420 P23Mori TC Mark/SMTC Arm CW (C) A...

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    59Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007DISCRETE OUTPUTS+12VDC0VDCLE 1KI/O PCBMOCON PCBTypical Discrete Output CircuitSOLENOIDVVHN115/230VMACROCABLEHORIZONTALVERTICALLATHE1100350 P47/49Servo Pwr/BrkServo Pwr/BrkHyd Pump En1101430 P51/75TC Door OpenAPC Pal Clamp/Old MDAPL light/BF extd pushpal...

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    Electrical Service6096-0284 rev C June 2007MACROCABLEHORIZONTALVERTICALLATHE1118260 P34Pallet Ready LightAPC pal ready1119270 P33TSC PurgeTSC PurgeT/S rapid/OM live tool #21120880A P55PrechargePrecharge/laser lowTT Out/TL TC uppress assist1121250 P32PP pallet liftVR Shut In/APC door open/ T/S Re...

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    61Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007SERIAL KEYBOARD INTERFACE PCB WITH HANDLE JOGSPKRBEEPThe Serial Keyboard Interface PCB (SKBIF) provides:• connection between the operator keypad and the main processor• differential receiver for video data• power for the backlight of the LCD• co...

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    Electrical Service6296-0284 rev C June 2007P3This connector is wired directly to the Cycle Start and Feed Hold buttons on the operator pendant frontpanel. The signals are sent to the SKBIF micro-controller (U8), where the data is processed and sent outover the RS-232 line to the Main Processor.P...

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    63Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007J6This connector receives video data from the Main Processor. The video data exits the SKBIF from J16and is sent directly to the LCD panel.J7This connector is not currently used.J8This connector is wired to the Enhanced Remote Jog Handle Switch on verti...

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    Electrical Service6496-0284 rev C June 2007VIDEO & KEYBOARD PCB W/FLOPPY DRIVE(1)J13+5VD3(33-0211B)HARDDRIVERS-232PORT #1RS-232PORT #2ETHERNETJ14J7J2J2USB CABLETO PENDANTUSBCABLETOPROC.J5J12J3U5RP1J8DOCFLOPPYBATTERYB10ICOP PCBJ10J11FLOPPYSPAREZ1U19U18U29U24U23RP4RP4J1LINE1:LINE2:LINE3:J4ADDR...

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    65Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007MOCON PCBP19JU2P1P15U43INSTALL JUMPERFOR MOCON 2P24P16P10P12P11P14P13P18P20P6P7P8P9P30P31P33P32P5P4P3P2P34P26P21P17P22P27 P28P35PLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAME TO LOCATIONPLUG #P1——-DATA BUSSVIDEO PCB——-MICRO PROC. PCB——-P2610X DRIVE SIGNALX SERVO ...

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    Electrical Service6696-0284 rev C June 2007PLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAME TO LOCATIONPLUG #P7670Y ENCODER INPUTY ENCODER——-P8680Z ENCODER INPUTZ ENCODER——-P9690A ENCODER INPUTA ENCODER——-P30690BB ENCODER INPUTB ENCODER——-(BRUSHLESS TOOL CHANGER)P10550MOTIF INPUTS/I/O OUTPUTSI/O PCBP4P1...

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    67Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007WYE-DELTA SWITCH ASSEMBLIESK4K5TO I/O PCB, P58TO I/O PCB, P12TO HAAS VECTOR DRIVETOSPINDLEMOTOR650ATO K5 AUXTO K5 COILTO K5 COILTO K4 COILTO K4 COIL650BWYECOMDELTACA7-372T3T26T1431NC22153L1L22132NCL3CA7-372T3T26T1431NC22153L1L22132NCL3A2A1A1A2DELTAWYE65...

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    Electrical Service6896-0284 rev C June 2007M CODE RELAY BOARD540/P1INPUT540/P6OUTPUTP3P2U9U7U2U4U1U3U10U11U6U532-3085BK8LED8LED9K1LED1M21M25M22M26M23M27M24M28JP4JP8JP3JP7JP2JP6JP1JP512 VOLT DCOUTPUTM CODE RELAY BOARD12 11 10 9876 5432112 11 10 9876 54321Addressing JumpersNO COM NCNO COM NCPLUG #...

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    69Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007HYDRAULIC PCBTB3P4P3CB1T1P5P9TB2P1P2P6FU1NE1K6K3K4K1K2OFFK5C1PLUG #CABLE # TO LOCATIONPLUG #P1880BI/O PCBP12P290POWER PCBP8P3410GEARBOXP4350I/O PCB (Hyd pump en)P54P5350AAXIS BRAKEServo MotorP6350115V SERVO BRAKEP9350AAXIS BRAKEServo MotorTB2340HYDRAULI...

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    Electrical Service7096-0284 rev C June 2007HAAS VECTOR DRIVE UNITEMSPINDLEMOTORTS230 VACRHaas Vector DriveREGENRESISTOR+-A BCA BCJ3J1+-TO MOCONC 640CTO I/O PCB P18R+-RST G G UV WPower toServo AmpsDC BusUVWGOver VoltageP17123456789 10 11Delta-WyeContactorsU VWZYXTO I/O PCBP58 & P12XYZPCBAHOPT...

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    71Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007RENISHAW TOOL PRESETTER (LATHE)

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    Electrical Service7296-0284 rev C June 2007OPERATOR PENDANTTOCONTROL CABINETPENDANTSUPPORTARMTO I/O BOARD.. INPUT #877012V DC720TO MOCON P16BEEPERP5LOAD METERMETERSTART/FEEDHOLDP3P4EMERGENCYSTOPFEED HOLDCYCLE START76074016 PIN RIBBON CABLETO 850 CPU BOARD700ATO VIDEO BOARDTO POWER SUPPLY PCB24 P...

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    73Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007HORIZONTAL MACHINE CONTROL CABINET WIRING DIAGRAMCONTROLCABINETCABLE90A90B2807207407507701050NAME115VAC to LCD LVPS115VAC to Work Light SwitchRed/Green Status LightAnalog Speed Command to SpindlePower On/OffJog-Crank Data 'RJH'Emergency StopDoor Switch ...

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    Electrical Service7496-0284 rev C June 2007VERTICAL MACHINE CONTROL CABINET WIRING DIAGRAMCONTROLCABINETCABLE90A90B2807207407507701050NAME115VAC to LCD LVPS115VAC to Work Light SwitchRed/Green Status LightAnalog Speed Command to SpindlePower On/OffJog-Crank Data 'RJH'Emergency StopDoor Switch Wi...

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    75Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007LATHE CONTROL CABINET WIRING DIAGRAMCONTROLCABINETCABLE90A90B2807207407507701050NAME115VAC to LCD LVPS115VAC to Work Light SwitchRed/Green Status LightAnalog Speed Command to SpindlePower On/OffJog-Crank Data 'RJH'Emergency StopDoor Switch WiringCABLE49...

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    Electrical Service7696-0284 rev C June 2007CABLESCABLE 71/72/73, POWER - K1 TO POWER SUPPLY (33-0952A)12.0 IN71-73 33-0952AOVR VLT PROTCPSUP P2573-L6K1-372-L5K1-271-L4K1-112345CABLE 77/78/79, 230V TRANSFORMER - POWER SUPPLY (33-0078B)48.0 INREDREDWHTWHT77-79 33-0078A230V OUTXFMR TB277-79 33-0078...

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    77Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 90, 115V 3PH POWER SUPPLY - I/O PCB (33-0095A)28.0 IN1.5 IN1.5 IN90, 33-0095A115V 3PHPSUP P1990, 33-0095A115V 3PHI/O PCB P563: RED2: WHT1: BLK2: RED3: WHT1: BLK121234CABLE 90, 115V 1PH POWER SUPPLY - I/O PCB (33-0195A)

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    Electrical Service7896-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 90A, 115V LCD LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY (33-8250)2.00 IN2133: GRN2: BLK1: REDLENGTH<LINE 1>115V LCD LVPS<LINE 3><LINE 1>115V LCD LVPSLCD LVPS TB1REDBLKGRN12.00 IN33-825033-825133-825233-825333-825433-825533-825633-825733-825833-8...

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    79Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 90B FAN CORD - VECTOR DRIVE 2HD (33-1024A)29.0 INLOWER5.75 INUPPERFANFAN90B, 33-1024FAN CORD 2 HDPSUP P612CABLE 90B WORK LIGHT (33-2330)212:GRN1:BLK3:WHT90B, <ASSY. #>WORK LIGHTLAMP PLUG90B, <ASSY. #>WORK LIGHTFR PNL LAMP SWLENGTH5.00 ...

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    Electrical Service8096-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 90C, 115V TRANSFORMER POWER SUPPLY - 8’ (33-6408)8.0 FT90C, 33-6408115V ACPSUP P1790C, 33-6408115V ACTRANS P2/P4REDBLK11: RED2: BLK123CABLE 90C, SPINDLE FAN - TL-15/SL-20 (33-8310C)LENGTH2: BLK1: RED213LABEL B90C, <ASSY #><LINE #2>&l...

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    81Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 94/95/96, 115V 3PH TO POWER SUPPLY (33-0905E)50.0 IN2.0 IN22.0 IN94XFMR95XFMR96XFMR94-96 33-0905E115V 3PH OUTXFMR TB194-96 33-0905E115V 3PH INPSUP P1RED2.0 INWHTBLKBLKREDWHTGRN/YEL14CABLE 100, M-FIN FUNCTION W/MCD (33-0101)ASSY. #33-0100A33-030133...

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    Electrical Service8296-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 140A, CHIP CONVEYOR ENABLE/REVERSE (33-0149)WHT<ENA>YELBLK<COM><REV>140A 33-0149CHIP ENA/REVHOPT PCB P5<COM><ENA><REV>YELWHTBLK140A 33-0149CHIP ENA/REVI/O PCB P37YELWHTBLK<COM><ENA><REV>140A 33...

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    83Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 190, TOOL RELEASE (33-0190C)TOP VIEWSIDE VIEWREDBLKREDBLK1<LOGIC RETURN>SHIELD DRAIN190, <ASSY #>REM UNCLAMPREM UNCL SW190, <ASSY #>REM UNCLAMPI/O PCB <LINE3>LENGTH33-0190C33-3190C33-419033-5190A33-6190C33-7190C33-8190A33-8...

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    Electrical Service8496-0284 rev C June 2007190/240/260/710/770A FRONT ENCLOSURE SIGNAL RECEPTACLE (32-6660B)STANDARD RECEPTACLESOCKET CONTACTS(SIDE VIEW)GRN/YEL <CHASSIS GND>REDBLKSHIELDREDBLKSHIELD4 COND 24AWG8: BLK5: GRN9: SHIELDREDBLK2 COND TP 22AWGBACK SIDE OF CONNECTOR95SW P5SW P2115V...

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    85Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 210, FLOPPY DRIVE DTA VF0-2/VB-1 (33-0210A)REDSTRIP<FLOPPY DRIVE END>BACK VIEWOF SOCKETFRONT VIEWOF SOCKET210, ASSY #FL DR DATAFRNT PNL FLD210, ASSY #FL DR DATAVIDEO PCB J12SHLD DRNVIDEO J116.0 IN 22AWGREDSTRIP3: BLK <DRAIN>111CENTERKE...

  • Page 87

    Electrical Service8696-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 240, PALLET UP/DOWN SWITCH (33-0113)PAL UPPAL DWN43213: BLK1: RED3" BLKJUMPER4: BLK43212: WHT3 IN240, 33-0113PAL UP/DWN SWI/O PCB P21240, 33-0113PAL UP/DWN SWPAL CHNGRPAL UPPAL DWNGNDSHLD12: RED3: WHT4: BLK11.50 FTCABLE 240/260/430/770A/790 ...

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    87Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 240/260/430/770A/790 AUX. FRONT PANEL SIGNAL RECEPTACLE (32-6667B)STANDARD RECEPTACLESOCKET CONTACTSSIDE VIEWBACK SIDE OF CONNECTOR95SW P5115V21BASGLHKJMNZPaRYXdcWFVEbeTUDC21G: GRN/YEL [GND]BLK [RTN]SHIELDWHT [PAL UNCLMP SW]RED [+12V]RED [PAL UNC...

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    Electrical Service8896-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 250 MORI T/C RECEPTACLE OUTPUTS (33-8155A)REARVIEW28154120148250 TOOLRELEASEI/O PCB P32REAR VIEWOF CONNECTOR54 IN33-8155A115V SOLENOIDSSMTC PCB P316 ARM CW/Y01210 M25 (SPARE)11 115V SW LINE (SPARE)12 CHASSIS GROUND (SPARE)13 115V COMMON14 ARM IN/Y...

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    89Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 280, HAAS BEACON (33-1035A)BLKWHTRED280, <ASSY.#>BEACON 115VBCON FRNT PNLSHLDREDBLKWHT4 3 2 1280, <ASSY.#>BEACON 115V<LINE 3>213ASSY. #MACHINELENGTHTOLERANCE<LINE 3>33-1035A33-1036A33-1037C33-1039C33-8160BVF0-5, SL20/30VF6-...

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    Electrical Service9096-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 310, DOOR OPEN (33-2300)ASSY. #MACHINELENGTH32-230032-230132-230232-230332-230432-230532-230632-230732-230832-230932-231032-231332-231432-231632-2320LATHESMM, SMMSL-10, MLSL-40SL-20, TL-15SL-30APC, APCQAPC, APCQAPCQAPCQMDC-1EC-400TL-1/2/3EC-400/50...

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    91Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 350A, HYDRAULIC PUMP CONTACTOR (33-0352B)BLKBLKREDREDA1 COILA2 COIL350A33-0352B115 HYD CNTCRCONTACTR COIL350A33-0352B115 HYD CNTCRI/O PCB P4912340"CABLE 390, 115V 4TH AXIS BRAKE (33-8511)1: SHLD2: RED3: BLK12364390, <ASSY.#><LINE 2&g...

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    Electrical Service9296-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 420/440/450/460/470/770B MORI T/C RECEPTACLE INPUTS (33-8150C)CHANGE SLIDELEFT (X004)CHANGE SLIDEHALF WAY (X006)770BI/O PCB P73RD E-STOPBLKRED1DRAINBLKWHT1YEL460I/O PCB P26BLKREDWHTBLKYEL152126REDBLK28BLKREDBLK25RED20BLK LOGIC GROUNDRED CNG SLIDE ...

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    93Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 510, I/O PCB TO MOCON - NO SHIELD (33-0515A)LABEL ALABEL BLENGTHSee Table16COND/28AWG<(LINE 1>RELAY CABLE<(LINE 3><(LINE 1><(LINE 2><(LINE 3>PIN 1RED EDGERED EDGEPIN 133-051533-052533-053533-0545ASSY. #LABEL A & B...

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    Electrical Service9496-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 550, INPUT I/O TO MOCON - NO SHIELD (33-0552)46.0"PIN 1PIN 1550, ASSY #INPUTS CABLEMOCON PCB P10550, ASSY #INPUTS CABLELINE <3> I/O PCB P63CABLE 610 (620, 630), AXIS CURRENT COMMAND (33-0610E)RED <ANALOG GND>GRN <ANALOG GND>...

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    95Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 700A, FEED HOLD/CYCLE START (33-0700A)15.0 IN13.0 IN2.5 INBLKBLKYELREDFEED HOLDN/O SW 3FEED HOLDN/O SW 4CYCL STRTN/O SW 4CYCL STRTN/O SW 32.5 INTP/22AWGTP/22AWG700A, 33-0700AC STRT/F HLDSKBIF P3BLKYELBLKRED1CABLE 710, FORWARD/REVERSE RELAY - OM-1 ...

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    Electrical Service9696-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 720, SPINDLE LOAD METER (33-0733)720, <ASSY#>SP LOAD METERMOCON P16LENGTH-A720, <ASSY#>SP LOAD METERSKBIF P4720, <ASSY#>SP LOAD METERLOAD METER +/-28.0 IN2.0 INREDBLKREDBLK1721 METER "+"721 METER "-"REDBLKBLKR...

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    97Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 740, ON/OFF F P (33-2741C)WHT742P-ONP-ON741BLK744P-OFFP-OFF743BLKRED740, <ASSY#>ON/OFF SWFRONT PNL SW4.0 INLENGTHGRNWHTBLKREDShield DrainASSY. #MACHINELENGTHTOLERANCE33-2741C33-4740C33-5740C33-6740CTM-1/2VF3-5SL-40VF6-1110.00 FT15.50 FT22.5...

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    Electrical Service9896-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 750C, JOG HANDLE ASSEMBLY (33-0750D)JOG HANDLE24.0 IN2.0 INSERIAL KB INT/REMOTE JOG PCB750C, 33-0750DJOG INT J1JOG HNDLBLKBLKYELBLKREDTP/22AWGTP/22AWGRJH-5B ENCRJH-3A ENCRJH-20 VDCRJH-1+5 VDC1BLK <B ENC>YEL <A ENC>BLK <0 VDC>RED ...

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    99Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 780, SPINDLE OVERVOLTAGE (33-4047)1REDBLACKSHIELDREDBLACK780, 33-4047SP VD OVRVLTI/O PCB P16780, 33-4047SP VD OVRVLTSP VDR J11CABLE 790, TOOL PRESETTER HOME SWITCH “I/O S” SL-20/30 (33-0557A)ASSY. #33-0557A33-0757MACHINESL-20/30SL-40LENGTH8.00...

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    Electrical Service10096-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 820, 8-STATION TOOL TURRET STATUS (33-4820A)REDWHTBLKSHIELDGNDTC HOMETC MARK18I/O PCBP281WHTBLKSHIELDGNDUNLOCKED4I/O PCBP2820 33-4820ALUBE RACKT/S ENCODER10: WHT TOOL 18: RED TOOL MK7: BLK TOOL MK2: SHIELD2: SHIELD3: BLK GND5: WHT UNLOCKED611059....

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    101Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 850, SKBIF (33-0700B)FACE DOWNPIN 1RED STRIPERED STRIPELENGTHPIN 1FACE UP850, <ASSY. #>SKBIF RS232<LINE 3>850, <ASSY. #>SKBIF RS232PROCESSOR J4ASSY. #MACHINELENGTH<LINE 3>33-0700B33-6700A33-670233-670533-7700A33-8700BVF0-2...

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    Electrical Service10296-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 860, +5V/+12V/-12V/GND TO MOCON 1 (33-0865)17.0 INYEL <+12V>RED <+5V>BLK <GND>BLK <GND><LINE 1><LINE 2><LINE 3><LINE 1><LINE 2>MOCON PCB P15WHT <-12V>11ASSY #33-086533-0866LINE 1860, 33-...

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    103Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 860A, +5V/+12V/GND TO I/O PCB (33-0982)860A, 33-0982+5/+12/GNDI/O PCB P60860A, 33-0982+12/GNDBL320VPS P3860A, 33-0982+5/+12/GNDPSUP P27#20 TP YEL/BLK#20 TP YEL/BLK#18 TP RED/BLKYELBLKYELBLKBLKRED<+12V><GND><GND><+5V>113: B...

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    Electrical Service10496-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 880C, DELTA/WYE RELAY - 115V (33-0882A)BLKRELAYCOILRED880C, <ASSY. #>I/O PCB P53REDBLKSHLD3 2 1RELAYCOILCABLE 880D EXTERNAL DELTA/WYE RELAY - 115V (33-0886C)TOLERANCE±3.0 IN.±3.5 IN.33-0886AASSY NO.33-0884C13.0 FT.8.0 FT.LENGTH17.0 FT.33-...

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    105Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 890, SPINDLE STATUS SWITCH (33-0891)4: RED2: BROWN3: BLK2311: YEL5: GREEN46: ORANGE6890, <ASSY.#>SPNDL STATUSSPIN. HEAD890, <ASSY.#>SPNDL STATUSI/O PCB P15SHIELD <DRAIN>GRN <GROUND>ORN <SP LOCKED>BRN <CLAMPED>B...

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    Electrical Service10696-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 930, 230V I/O COOLANT - TSC (33-0930F)3 24185483 2 15930, 33-0930FCOOL/TSC 230PSUP P20930, 33-0930FCOOL/TSC 230IOPCB P44BRN <TSC>ORN <TSC>RED <COOL>GRA <TSC>WHT <COOL>BLK <COOL>BRN <TSC>ORN <TSC>RED...

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    107Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 940A, HYDRAULIC PUMP POWER (33-0340E)940A, ASSY #HYD PUMP PWRI/O PCB P45GRNWHTREDBLKTO HYD PUMPDRAIN4 3 214-GRN2-WHT3-RED1-BLKASSY. #MACHINELENGTH33-0340E33-0341ASL-20/30/40SL-109.5 FT16.00 FT940A, ASSY #HYD PUMP PWRTO HYD PUMPCABLE 940A, TSC 100...

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    Electrical Service10896-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 960, LOW LUBE (33-1334)1: BLK2: REDBLKRED1960,<ASSY #>LOW LUBEI/O PCB P13960,<ASSY #>LOW LUBELOW PRES SWASSY. #MACHINELENGTH33-133433-134433-135433-1364AEC-400, VF0-11, VS1-3, Z-1/3/4SL-10/20SL-30/40SL-40L5.6 FT11.00 FT14.00 FT17.00 F...

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    109Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 1040, TRIPLE INTERLOCK SOLENOID POWER HCE 500 (33-1065)1040/A,33-1065INTLK SOL PWRIOPCB P30/29211234BLKREDSHIELD2: BLK4: RED1040, 33-1065INTLK SOL PWRINTLK SOL EXT1322: BLK44: RED2: WHT21434: GRN1: SHLD21WHTGRN1040IOPCB P301040AIOPCB P293CABLE 10...

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    Electrical Service11096-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE 1070, SKIP DUAL PROBE (33-9103B)78.0 IN15.0 IN1070, 33-9103BSKIPI/O PCB P22SKIP RTN1BLK <GND>WHT <GND>YEL <SIG>WHITEBLACKSKIP RTNBLKM22 N/CM22 N/OREDYELLOWTOTAL L = 18 INM22 N/CM22 N/OM22 COMNBLKREDYELCABLE 1070, SKIP DUAL PROBE...

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    111Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE, 115V GFCI SW (33-0098C)18.0 FT115V/LINEGOLD SCREW33-0098C115V SWGFCI LOAD33-0098C115V SWHIL J-BOX115V ACSW-1115V ACSW-4115V/LINESLVR SCREWBLKREDBLKREDCABLE, ETHERNET DATA OPTION ICOP 3’ (33-0221)ORG (Tx-)ORG/WHT (Tx+)GRN/WHT (Rx+)BLU (CMT)BLU/...

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    Electrical Service11296-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE, LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY - SINPRO 9 AMP (33-0577A)1133-0577A VIDEO PWRVIDEO PCB P133-0577AMOCON-1 PWRMOCON PCB P1511161333-0577ALOW VOLT PSPSUP P8REDBLKREDBLKYELBLKWHT33-0577ALVPS PWR OUT (LVPS J2)REDBLKYELWHTBLKRED112. BLK <GND>1310. WHT ...

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    113Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007SIDE-MOUNT TOOL CHANGER BRAKE RESISTOR CABLE (33-0815B)25.0 INREDBLK1: BLK4: RED33-0815BBRAK RESISTORI/O PCB P5733-0815BBRAK RESISTORSMTC BRAK RES1234CABLE, USB ASSEMBLY - ICOP (32-0859)(WIRE SIDE)REDWHTGRNBLKCLR(VCC)(-DATA 0)(+DATA 0)(GND)(SHIELD)1135...

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    Electrical Service11496-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE, AXIS MOTOR/ENCODER - 41.25 FT (32-1422B)D: GRN/YELC: BLKB: WHTMOTOR END OF CABLEWIRE SIDE OF SOCKET CONNECTORA: REDCBDA2112PM: BLK <GND>H: RED <+5VDC>FG: WHT/RED 18AWG <GND>H: RED 18AWG <+5 VDC>F: WHT/ORN </C>N: WHT...

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    115Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE, AXIS MOTOR/ENCODER - 14.25 FT (32-1425F)14AWG / 4 COND.DAM: BLK <GND>N: WHT <HOME>H: RED <+5 VDC>24AWG /TRIOWIRE SIDE OF CONNECTORMOCON END OF CABLESHIELD<DRAIN>WIRE SIDE OF SOCKET CONNECTORMOTOR END OF CABLECA: REDB: WHT...

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    Electrical Service11696-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE, AXIS MOTOR/ENCODER - 14.25 FT (32-1425F) TABLEASSY. #MACHINELENGTHTOLERANCE32-1425F32-1429F32-1437F32-1557A32-1609A32-162532-1438F32-1528A32-1426F32-1428F32-1508B32-1530A32-1541B32-1539A32-1549B32-2800G32-2802A32-2810H32-1630X-AXIS VF1/2, VM2, V...

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    117Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE, AXIS MOTOR/ENCODER BRAKE - 28.9 FT (32-1434D)WHT <HOME>M: BLK <GND>N: WHT <HOME>H: RED <+5 VDC>RED <+5V>BLK <GND>WIRE SIDEOFCONNECTORWIRE SIDE OFCONNECTORWIRE SIDE VIEWB: YELLOW </A>E:ORANGE <C>F:W...

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    Electrical Service11896-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE, AXIS MOTOR/ENCODER BRAKE - 28.9 FT (32-1434D) TABLEASSY. #MACHINELENGTHTOLERANCE32-1434D32-1448D32-1449C32-1534C32-1536B32-1537A32-1509BX-AXIS SL-40LEncoder CableMotor CableW-AXIS APL20T/SL20BAPL/SL20TBAPLMotor Brake CableEncoder CableMotor Cabl...

  • Page 120

    119Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE, AXIS MOTOR/ENCODER - 8.25 FT (32-1491B)14AWG / 4 COND.SHIELDMOCON END OF CABLE<DRAIN>WIRE SIDE OF SOCKET CONNECTORMOTOR END OF CABLEMotor EndDRAIN SHIELDM: WHT/BLU <GND>G:WHT/RED <GND>H:RED <+5 VDC>B: YELLOW </A>E:O...

  • Page 121

    Electrical Service12096-0284 rev C June 2007CONTACTOR INTERCONNECTION CABLE - 10HP (33-1963)BLKREDBLUCABLE, REMOTE JOG HANDLE ASSEMBLY - MOLDED (33-5751F)MADE IN U.S.A.ASSY #.28.591.321.13.56.561.133.06FRONTPANELEND(0.60)R., THREE SIDES(0.750)(0.500)R(0.06)(3.78 )°(0.050)(0.145)(0.980) (0.855)(...

  • Page 122

    121Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE, +12V/+5V/GND LCD 30W POWER SUPPLY UNIT (33-8260C)14.0 IN12.0 IN33-8620C, PS TB2SKBIF J12, FLOPPYDIFF REC P1REDREDBLKBLKBLKBLKYELYEL<+5V><+5V><+12V><+12V><GND><GND><GND><GND>11111BLKx2 <GND>YE...

  • Page 123

    Electrical Service12296-0284 rev C June 2007LVDS VIDEO DATA CABLE (33-8264A)BLK/REDRED/BLKBLK/WHTWHT/BLKBLK/GRNGRN/BLKBLK/BLUBLU/BLKBLK/YELYEL/BLKBLK/BRNBRN/BLKBLK/ORNORN/BLKRED/WHTWHT/REDRED/GRNGRN/REDRED/BLUBLU/REDRED/YELYEL/REDRED/BRNBRN/REDRED/ORNORN/REDBLK/REDRED/BLKBLK/WHTWHT/BLKBLK/GRNGRN...

  • Page 124

    123Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CABLE, MORI 60 TOOL CHANGER RECEPTACLE OUTPUTS (32-8156A)WHT/BLU1420288YELGRYBLUWHT/RED2615REDWHT/ORG1WHTWHT/BLKORGWHT/BRNGRN/YELBRNWHT/YEL(26)SPAREWHT/YEL(19)YO1A I/O Q11WHT/BLU(27)SPAREBLU(20)YO1C I/O Q9WHT/GRN(15)YO17M/C Q4WHT/RED(12)Y013 M/C Q8WHT/...

  • Page 125

    Electrical Service12496-0284 rev C June 2007FRONT ENCLOSURE SIGNAL CABLE (32-6662D)A: GRN [PAL DWN SW]B: WHT [PAL UP SW]D: SHIELDE: BRN [PAL ALARM]F: BRN/WHT [PAL ALRM RTN]G: GRN/YEL [GND]H: SHIELDJ: ORG [CW ROT]L: SHIELDM: BRN [PAL RDY LITE RING]P: BLK [PC OP LOCK SW]Q: RED [WORK LITE]R: RED [F...

  • Page 126

    125Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007REMOTE JOG HANDLE ENCODER CABLE (33-5755)5.0 INREDBLKYELWHT+5V0VABAPANDUIT PDL 42ENC+5VPANDUIT PDL 42ENC0VPANDUIT PDL 42ENCAPANDUIT PDL 42ENCBCABLE, CE/KEY/2ND HOME/AUTO DOOR (33-6039A)CE PUSHBUTTONEDIT LOCKKEY SW2nd HOMEPUSHBUTTONAUTO DOORPUSH BUTTON1...

  • Page 127

    12696-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical ServiceALARMSAny time an alarm is present, the lower right hand corner of the screen will have a blinking "Alarm". Push theAlarm display key to view the current alarm. All alarms are displayed with a reference number and a completedescription. If th...

  • Page 128

    12796-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service108 X SERVO OVERLOAD - Excessive load on X-axis motor. This can occur if the load on the motor over aperiod of several seconds or even minutes is large enough to exceed the continuous rating of the motor. Theservos will be turned off when this occurs. ...

  • Page 129

    12896-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service118 SPINDLE LOW GEAR FAULT - Gearbox did not shift into low gear. During a change to low gear, thespindle is rotated slowly while air pressure is used to move the gears but the low gear sensor was not detectedin time. Parameters 67, 70 and 75 can adjus...

  • Page 130

    12996-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service130 (M) TOOL UNCLAMPED - The tool appeared to be unclamped during spindle orientation, a gear change, aspeed change, or TSC start-up. The alarm is also generated if the tool release piston is energized during PowerUp. This can be caused by an air solen...

  • Page 131

    13096-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service145 X LIMIT SWITCH - Axis hit limit switch or switch disconnected. The stored stroke limits should stop theslides before they hit the limit switches. Verify the value of Parameter 125, Grid Offset, and check the wiring tothe limit switch. Can also be c...

  • Page 132

    13196-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service159 KEYBOARD FAILURE - Keyboard shorted or button pressed at power on. A power-on test of the membranekeypad has found a shorted button. It can also be caused by a short in the cable from the main cabinet or byholding a switch down during power-on.160 ...

  • Page 133

    13296-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service172 (L) DOOR IS OPEN AND SPINDLE IS TURNING - The chuck is not allowed to unclamp while the door isopen and the spindle is on.172 (M) APC-PALLET UNCLAMP TIMEOUT - The pallet in the mill did not unclamp in the time allowed. Checkfor foreign objects betw...

  • Page 134

    13396-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service187 (M) B SERVO ERROR TOO LARGE - Too much load or speed on B-axis motor. The difference between themotor position and the commanded position has exceeded Parameter 159. The motor may also be stalled,disconnected, or the driver failed. The servos will ...

  • Page 135

    13496-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service206 INTERNAL PROG ERROR - Possible corrupted program. Save all programs to disk, delete all, then reload.Check for a low battery and low battery alarm.207 QUEUE ADVANCE ERROR - Cycle power on the machine. If the alarm reoccurs, call your dealer andrepo...

  • Page 136

    13596-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service226 Z TRANSITION FAULT - Illegal transition of encoder count pulses in Z-axis. This alarm usually indicatesthat the encoder has been damaged and encoder position data is unreliable. This can also be caused by looseconnectors at the MOCON PCB.227 A TRAN...

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    13696-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service243 BAD NUMBER - Data entered is not a number.244 MISSING (...) - Comment must end with a ‘)’. It can also occur if a comment is greater than 80 characters.245 UNKNOWN CODE - Check input line or data from RS-232. This alarm can occur while editing ...

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    13796-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service266 (M) TOOL CHANGER FAULT - Run Tool Changer Recovery.267 (M) TOOL DOOR OUT OF POSITION - This alarm will be generated on a horizontal mill during a toolchange when Parameter 278, TL DR Switch is set to 1, and the tool carousel air door switch indicat...

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    13896-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service283 (M) X AXIS LINEAR SCALE Z CH MISSING - Broken wires or encoder contamination. All servos areturned off. This Z Channel Missing can also be caused by loose scale connectors.284 (M) Y AXIS LINEAR SCALE Z CH MISSING - Broken wires or encoder contamina...

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    13996-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service304 INVALID I,J OR K IN G02 OR G03 - Check your geometry. Radius at start must match radius at end ofarc within 0.001 inches (0.01 mm.)305 INVALID Q IN CANNED CYCLE - Q in a canned cycle must be greater than zero and a valid number.306 INVALID I,J,K, O...

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    14096-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service326 G04 WITHOUT P CODE - Put a Pn.n for seconds or a Pn for milliseconds.327 NO LOOP FOR M CODE EXCEPT M97, 98 - L code not used here. Remove L Code.328 INVALID TOOL NUMBER - Tool number must be between 1 and the value in Parameter 65.329 UNDEFINED M C...

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    14196-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service348 (L) ILLEGAL SPIRAL MOTION - Linear axis path is too long. For helical motions, the linear path must notbe more than the length of the circular component.348 (M) MOTION NOT ALLOWED IN G93 MODE - This alarm is generated if the mill is in Inverse Time...

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    14296-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service373 INVALID CODE IN DNC - A code found in a DNC program could not be interpreted due to DNC restrictions.374 (L) MISSING XBZA IN G31 OR G36 - G31 skip function requires an X, B, Z, or A move.374 (M) MISSING XYZA IN G31 OR G36 - G31 skip function requir...

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    14396-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service396 (L) CONFLICTING AXES - An Incremental and Absolute command cannot be used in the same block ofcode. For example, X and U cannot be used in the same block.396 (M) INVALID G107 ROTARY AXIS SPECIFIED - Rotary axis specified is not valid axis, or is di...

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    14496-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service412 RS-232 UNEXPECTED END OF INPUT - Check your file. It should begin and end with a % sign. No textshould follow the second % sign.413 RS-232 LOAD INSUFFICIENT MEMORY - Program received does not fit. Check the space available in theList Prog mode and ...

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    14596-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service431 (L) DISK NO PROG NAME - Need name in programs when receiving All; otherwise, no way to store them.431 (M) FILE NO PROG NAME - Need name in programs when receiving All; otherwise, no way to store them.432 (L) DISK ILLEGAL PROG NAME - Check files bei...

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    14696-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service450 (L) BAR FEEDER FAULT - This means that discrete input 1030 (BFSPLK) is high. See Parameter 278 bit20 CK BF Status.451 (L) BAR FEEDER SPINDLE INTERLOCK - This means that discrete input 1027 (BF FLT) is high. Seeparameter 278 bit 21 CK BF SP ILK.452 ...

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    14796-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service473 (L) INVALID GEOMETRY - The geometry specified by the G-code parameters is invalid. If using G76 orG92, either reduce Setting 95 (Thread Chamfer Size) or increase the number of threads.474 (M) G02 Or G03 Not Allowed With G143 - G02 and G03 are allow...

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    14896-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service520 OPERATOR EXPECTED - In the evaluation of a macro expression an operator was expected but not found.521 ILLEGAL FUNCTIONAL PARAMETER - Illegal value was passed to a function, such as SQRT[ or ASIN[.522 ILLEGAL ASSIGNMENT VAR OR VALUE - Variable refe...

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    14996-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service601 (L) MAXIMUM PQ BLOCKS EXCEEDED - The maximum number of blocks making up a PQ sequencewas exceeded. Currently, no more than 65535 blocks can be between P and Q.601 (M) V OVER TRAVEL RANGE - Commanded V-axis move would exceed allowed machine range. C...

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    15096-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service610 (M) V SERVO ERROR TOO LARGE - Too much load or speed on V-axis motor. The difference between themotor position and the commanded position has exceeded Parameter 398. The motor may also be stalled,disconnected, or the driver failed. The servos will ...

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    15196-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service618 (M) W-AXIS MOTOR OVERHEAT - Servo motor overheat. The temperature sensor in the motor indicatesover 150° F (65° C). This can be caused by an extended overload of the motor; such as leaving the slide at thestops for several minutes.619 (L) STROKE ...

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    15296-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service630 (M) APC-DOOR SW FAULT-SWITCH NOT EQUAL TO SOLENOID - The APC Door Switch indicates thedoor is open but the solenoid shows the door has been commanded to close. Either the door failed to closeand is stuck or the switch itself is broken or stuck. The...

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    15396-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service642 (M) 642 APC-PIN CLEAR SWITCH FAULT - One of the pallet changer pin clear switches was contactedunexpectedly. The most likely cause is debris on a switch. Also check the pin clear switches for damage andtheir electrical wiring for damage. After corr...

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    15496-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service654 W ZERO RET MARGIN TOO SMALL - This alarm will occur if the home/limit switches move or aremisadjusted. This alarm indicates that the zero return position may not be consistent from one zero return tothe next. The encoder Z channel signal must occur...

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    15596-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service668 (M) V AXIS LINEAR SCALE Z FAULT - Encoder marker pulse count failure. This alarm usually indicatesthat the Z Fault encoder has been damaged and encoder position data is unreliable. This can also be causedby loose scale connectors.669 (M) W AXIS LIN...

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    15696-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service684 (M) TT or B AXIS LINEAR SCALE Z FAULT - Encoder marker pulse count failure. This alarm usuallyindicates that the Z Fault encoder has been damaged and encoder position data is unreliable. This can also becaused by loose scale connectors.685 (M) V MO...

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    15796-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service702 (L) V SERVO ERROR TOO LARGE - Too much load or speed on bar feeder motor. The difference betweenthe motor position and the commanded position has exceeded Parameter 398. The motor may also be stalled,disconnected, or the driver failed. The servos w...

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    15896-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service716 (L) Ss SERVO OVERLOAD MOCON2 - Excessive load on Ss-axis motor. This can occur if the load on themotor over a period of several seconds or even minutes is large enough to exceed the continuous rating of themotor. The servos will be turned off when ...

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    15996-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service734 (L) Sp MOTOR Z FAULT - Encoder marker pulse count failure. This alarm usually indicates that theencoder mounted on the spindle has been damaged and encoder position data is unreliable. This can also becaused by loose encoder connectors.735 (L) Tt M...

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    16096-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service755 (L) Tt AXIS DRIVE FAULT MOCON2 - Current in Tt servo motor beyond limit. Possibly caused by a stalledor overloaded motor. The servos are turned off. This can be caused by running the axis into a mechanical stop.It can also be caused by a short in t...

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    16196-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service783 (L) W TRANSITION FAULT MOCON2 - Illegal transition of count pulses in W-axis. This alarm usuallyindicates that the encoder has been damaged and encoder position data is unreliable. This can also be causedby loose connectors at the MOCON or MOTIF pr...

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    16296-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service902 PARAMETERS HAVE BEEN LOADED BY RS232 - When a file has been loaded from RS-232; Alarm 902is added to the alarm history along with the date and time. Note that this is not a resetable alarm; it is forinformation purposes only.903 CNC MACHINE POWERED...

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    16396-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service919 (M) APC LOAD-SWITCH MISSED PAL 2 - Pallet #2 did not complete its move from the APC to thereceiver in the allowable time. Pallet change sequence was halted because receiver switch was not activated.Pallet is either unclamped or not on the receiver....

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    16496-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service940 (M) SIDE MOUNT CAROUSEL ERROR - This alarm is generated by the tool changer if the carousel motoris still running when the tool pocket is unlocked and lowered prior to a tool change, if the carousel does notstart to rotate after the allowed time sp...

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    16596-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service951 (M) APC-ILLEGAL SWITCH CONDITION, PALLET CLAMP - The pallet changer clamp switches indicatethat the pallet changer is clamped and unclamped at the same time. Check the adjustment of the pallet clampswitches and for debris on the switches. Check swi...

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    16696-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service964 TOOL TURRET ROTATE FAULT - The turret did not rotate to the correct location within the time specifiedin Parameter 60. Check for obstructions that would prevent the turret from rotating. Check the operation of theposition sensors: slow, position_1,...

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    16796-0284 rev C June 2007Electrical Service996 (L) Tail Stock Must Be Zero Returned - The hydraulic tail stock has been adjusted to a new position.The B-axis must be zero returned before the tailstock can be used. Ensure that the correct lock bolt is se-curely tightened before pressing the zero...

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    Electrical Service16896-0284 rev C June 2007PARAMETERSParameters are seldom-modified values that change the operation of the machine. These include servo motortypes, gear ratios, speeds, stored stroke limits, ballscrew compensations, motor control delays, and macrocall selections. These are all ...

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    169Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 200723 D FILTER X4 - Enables 4-tap FIR filter. Used to eliminate high frequency vibrations (depending on axis motor).24 TORQUE ONLY - For Haas diagnostic use only.25 3 EREV/MREV - The 2 EREV/MREV and 3 EREV/MREV bits have two definitions, depending on whet...

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    Electrical Service17096-0284 rev C June 200711 (L) X BACK EMFBack EMF of motor in volts per 1000 rpm times 10. Thus a 63 volt/Krpm motor gives 630.11 (M) X TORQUE PRELOADTorque Preload is a signed number that should be set to a value from 0 to 4095, where 4095 is the maximummotor torque. It is a...

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    171Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 200728 Y DEAD ZONESee Parameter 14 for description.29 Z SWITCHESSee Parameter 1 for description.30 Z P GAINSee Parameter 2 for description.31 Z D GAINSee Parameter 3 for description.32 Z I GAINSee Parameter 4 for description.33 Z RATIO (Steps/Unit)See Para...

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    Electrical Service17296-0284 rev C June 200747 (L) TURRET RATIO (Steps/Unit)See Parameter 5 for description.47 (M) A RATIO (Steps/Unit)Defines the number of encoder steps required to complete one full platter rotation. For example, an HRT 210with a 90:1 gear ratio, a final drive ratio of 2:1, an...

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    173Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 20074RIGID TAPPING - Indicates hardware option for rigid tap.5REV SPINDLE ENCODER - Reverses sense direction of spindle encoder.6UNUSED7EXACT STOP MODE CHG - Selects exact stop in moves when mode changes.8SAFETY CIRCUIT - Enables safety hardware, if machin...

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    Electrical Service17496-0284 rev C June 200761 (L) TURRET LOCK DELAYAmount of time to delay after the turret is sensed to be locked. This delay allows for mechanical settling.61 (M) TURRET STOP DELAYMaximum delay allowed in motion of tool turret. Units are milliseconds. After this time, an alarm...

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    175Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 200772 (L) LIVE TOOL CHNG DLAYAmount of time (in milli seconds) to wait after commanding the Live Tooling Drive motor to turn at the velocityspecified by parameter 143. This process is required to engage the live tooling motor and tool and is onlyperforme...

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    Electrical Service17696-0284 rev C June 200783 M MACRO CALL O9002See Parameter 81 for description.84 M MACRO CALL O9003See Parameter 81 for description.85 M MACRO CALL O9004See Parameter 81 for description.86 M MACRO CALL O9005See Parameter 81 for description.87 M MACRO CALL O9006See Parameter 8...

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    177Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 200799 G MACRO CALL O9018See Parameter 91 for description.100 G MACRO CALL O9019See Parameter 91 for description.101 (L) IN POSITION LIMIT X, (M) X AXIS IN POSITION LIMITHow close the motor must be to the endpoint before any move is considered complete whe...

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    Electrical Service17896-0284 rev C June 2007114 Y ACC/DEC T CONSTSee Parameter 113 for description.115 Z ACC/DEC T CONSTSee Parameter 113 for description.116 A ACC/DEC T CONSTSee Parameter 113 for description.117 LUB CYCLE TIMEIf this is set nonzero, it is the cycle time for the lube pump. The L...

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    179Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007134 X EXACT STOP DIST.135 Y EXACT STOP DIST.136 Z EXACT STOP DIST.137 A EXACT STOP DIST.Control how close each axis must be to its end point when exact stop is programmed. They apply in G09 andG64. They are in units of encoder steps. A value of 34 wou...

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    Electrical Service18096-0284 rev C June 2007156 B MAX TRAVEL (Steps)See Parameter 6 for description. Normally this parameter would not apply to the A axis; however, this param-eter is used on mills with a gimbaled spindle (5-axes mills). On a VR-series mill this parameter is used tolimit the amo...

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    181Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007175 B AIR BRAKE DELAYDelay provided for air to release from brake on B-axis prior to moving. Units are milliseconds.NOTE:The C-axis parameters (176-200) are used to control the Haas Vector Drive.Parameter 278 bit Haas Vect Dr must be set to 1 for these...

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    Electrical Service18296-0284 rev C June 2007188 C ORIENT GAINProportional gain used in the position control loop when performing a spindle orientation.189 C BASE FREQRated frequency of the motor.190 C HI SP CURR LIMAt speeds higher than the base frequency, the maximum current that is applied to ...

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    183Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007209 (L) COMMON SWITCH 2Parameter 209 is a collection of general purpose single bit flags used to turn some functions on and off. Useleft and right cursor arrows to select the function being changed. All values are 0 or 1 only. Function names are:0LATHE...

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    Electrical Service18496-0284 rev C June 2007209 (M) COMMON SWITCH 2Parameter 209 is a collection of general purpose single bit flags used to turn some functions on and off. Useleft and right cursor arrows to select the function being changed. All values are 0 or 1 only. Function names are:0HS SE...

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    185Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007210 (M) X AXIS TOOL CHANGE OFFSETUsed on the HS-2RP mill for X axis displacement from the home position to tool change position. If thisparameter contains an incorrect value, a horizontal mill will crash when it does a tool change.211 (M) Y AXIS TOOL C...

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    Electrical Service18696-0284 rev C June 2007225 (M) MAX ROT AXIS ALLOWFor Horizontal mills with a wheel fixture only. Sets the maximum rotation (in degrees) allowed before stoppingat front door.226 EDITOR CLIPBOARDAssigns a program number (nnnnn) to the contents of the clipboard (for the advance...

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    187Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007238 (L) SPINDLE AT SPEED %Allows a program to command the spindle to a certain speed and then continue to the next block beforethe spindle has actually reached that speed. This is intended to make G-code programs run faster becausethe spindle can usual...

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    Electrical Service18896-0284 rev C June 2007251 A DOOR OPEN ERRTIMESupports the Auto-Door feature. It is used for several things:1) It specifies the number of 50ths of a second for the motor to run to open the door.2) The value of this parameter plus one second specifies the number of 50ths of a...

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    189Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007257 SPINDL ORIENT OFSETIf the machine is equipped with a spindle vector drive (as set in bit 7 of Parameter 278), this bit sets thespindle orientation offset. The offset is the number of encoder steps between the Z pulse and the correctspindle orientat...

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    Electrical Service19096-0284 rev C June 2007266 (M) X SWITCHESParameter 266 is a collection of single-bit flags used to turn servo related functions on and off. The left andright cursor arrows are used to select the function being changed. All values are 0 or 1 only. The functionnames are:0X LI...

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    191Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007267 (M) Y SWITCHESParameter 267 is a collection of single-bit flags used to turn servo related functions on and off. The left andright cursor arrows are used to select the function being changed. All values are 0 or 1 only. The functionnames are:0Y LI...

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    Electrical Service19296-0284 rev C June 2007268 (M) Z SWITCHESParameter 268 is a collection of single-bit flags used to turn servo related functions on and off. The left andright cursor arrows are used to select the function being changed. All values are 0 or 1 only. The functionnames are:0Z LI...

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    193Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007269 (M) A SWITCHESParameter 269 is a collection of single-bit flags used to turn servo related functions on and off. The left andright cursor arrows are used to select the function being changed. All values are 0 or 1 only. The functionnames are:0A LIN...

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    Electrical Service19496-0284 rev C June 2007270 (M) B SWITCHESParameter 270 is a collection of single-bit flags used to turn servo related functions on and off. The left andright cursor arrows are used to select the function being changed. All values are 0 or 1 only. The functionnames are:0B LIN...

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    195Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007271 (M) C SWITCHESParameter 271 is a collection of single-bit flags used to turn servo related functions on and off. This parameteris not used when the machine is equipped with a Haas vector drive. The left and right cursor arrows are usedto select the...

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    Electrical Service19696-0284 rev C June 200714 SPIN MOTOR OTEMP NC (Spindle Motor Over Temperature Normally Closed) - Type (normally open/normally closed) of the spindle temperature sensor. This bit should be set to 1 for machines with a Haasvector drive, and 0 for machines without a vector dri...

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    197Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 20076SINGLE CLAMP SWITCH - Enables the control to rely upon a single switch to detect the clamp position ofthe Side-Mount Tool Changer arm. When this bit is set to zero, both the upper and the lower switches areused to detect the arm position. When it is s...

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    Electrical Service19896-0284 rev C June 200726 S MNT BIT 1 - Bits 26, 27, and 28 work together to specify the type of sidemount tool changer that isinstalled on a vertical mill. The following table shows the bit combinations that must be used:Bit 26 27 280 0 0No side-mount tool changer installed...

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    199Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007291 (L) HYDRAULIC TAIL STK NO MOTION DETEC TIMENumber in milliseconds that must pass with no B-axis encoder change before the control decides that thetailstock has stopped. The parameter affects homing and alarm situations on the tailstock. If the tail...

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    Electrical Service20096-0284 rev C June 2007300 AUTOFEED STEP-DOWNWorks with the Autofeed feature. It specifies the feedrate step-down percentage per second and shouldinitially be set to 20.301 AUTOFEED-MIN-LIMITWorks with the Autofeed feature. It specifies the minimum allowable feedrate overrid...

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    201Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007308 (M) ARM ROTATE TIMESupports the side-mount tool changers. It specifies the time allowed (in milliseconds) for the arm to rotate tothe next position. The positions are, Clamp, Unclamp, and Origin. If the arm does not move to the commandedposition wi...

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    Electrical Service20296-0284 rev C June 2007315 (L) COMMON SWITCH 40ALIS M GRPHC - All user defined M codes (such as M50) are ignored when a program is run in graphics mode if this bit is set to 0. If it is necessary to have graphics recognize such M codes, set this bit to 1.1NO SPIND CAN C...

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    203Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 200725 POWER DISCONN RELAY - This parameter when set to 1, with Parameter 57 (Safety Circ) set to 1, and thedoor is opened, I Gain on all the axes is cleared. This feature is intended to be used in conjunction withcustomer supplied hardware who require the...

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    Electrical Service20496-0284 rev C June 20079DOOR OPEN SWITCH - Allows the software to work with an optional door-open switch. This bit should beset to 1 on machines fitted with the second door switch. If this bit is set to 1, the control will look for asecond door switch when the door is opened...

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    205Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 200730 RND5 HANDWHEEL - This parameter is intended for the tool room machines. When it is zero, the machinebehaves as before. When it is set to 1, and the user is jogging an axis using the manual handle-wheels,the position displays will be rounded to .0005...

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    Electrical Service20696-0284 rev C June 2007325 (L)STANDARD BAR LENSupports the Haas Servo Bar 300 bar feeder. This is the length of bar for G105 Q5. Units are in inches perminute*1000.326 (L) G5 DECELERATIONSupports the G05 Fine Spindle Ctrl feature. This is the rate at which to decelerate the ...

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    207Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007345 X SPINDLE THERM TIME.CONST.Supports Spindle Head Thermal Compensation feature, set to 0 on mills; set to -12561 on lathes.346 Y SPINDLE THERM TIME.CONST.See Parameter 345 for description. Set to 0 on mills and lathes.347 Z SPINDLE THERM TIME.CONST....

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    Electrical Service20896-0284 rev C June 2007573 (L) C AXIS ENG DELAY 1Specifies the C-axis delay after spindle orientation and before engagement. Its purpose is to let the spindleorientation settle. The units are milliseconds and it should be set to 250 for all lathes.574 (L) C AXIS ENG DELAY 2S...

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    209Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007586 MAX DOOR OPN SP rpmMaximum allowable spindle rpm after the door has been opened manually or commanded open by an M80. Ifthe door is open when the spindle is commanded to turn faster than this value, or already turning faster thanthis value when the...

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    Electrical Service21096-0284 rev C June 2007602 (L) CHUCK FACE DISTANCESupports the brushless bar feeder. When executing G105 Q4, a new bar is loaded, measured and pushedthrough the spindle and halted just before the chuck face. This parameter specifies the distance (in 1/10000inch) that should ...

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    211Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007620 (M) X-AXIS PLUS TRAVEL LIMITNote that only Parameters 623 and 624 for the A and B axes are intended to be used, and only on the TrunnionMills (VF5TR and VF6TR) where it is necessary to place the home switch in the middle of the travel range (inorde...

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    Electrical Service21296-0284 rev C June 2007634 (L) Z AXIS MOCON CHANNELSame as Parameter 632 Set to 2 on 5.02 and later software.635 (L) A AXIS MOCON CHANNELSame as Parameter 632 Set to 3 on 5.02 and later software.636 (L) B AXIS MOCON CHANNELSame as Parameter 632 Set to 4 on 5.02 and later sof...

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    213Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007680 – 689 (M) LEAD COMPENS SHIFTAmount of shift needed for proper indexing into the Lead Screw Compensation table. Note that these param-eters are very similar to Parameter 58. The difference is that these parameters hold a non-zero value, they takep...

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    Electrical Service21496-0284 rev C June 2007709 SMTC DR Output RelyOutput relay that should be activated for the tool changer door. Set to 39 for the EC-300. Set to 1 for the EC-400.Set to 26 for the HS series mills. Set to zero for all other mills without a tool changer door.710 (L) TOOL CHANGE...

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    215Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007719 COLOR CMD BOLD TEXTChanges the color of the large feed and speed text displayed on the Current Commands page on an LCDmonitor. See color values listed for Parameter 715.720 COLOR OVERRIDEChanges the color of the spindle and axis override text displ...

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    Electrical Service21696-0284 rev C June 2007734 INPUT MASK (Used for the Office Mills)0TOOL CHANGER IN16 SPARE1TOOL CHANGER OUT17 SPARE2TOOL #1 IN POSITION18 SPARE3LOW TSC PRESSURE19 SPARE4TOOL IN POSITION20 LOW TRANS OIL PRESS5SPINDLE HIGH GEAR21 APC DOOR6SPINDLE LOW GEAR22 APC PIN CLEAR #17EME...

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    217Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007754 FEED DELTA V FINISHApplied when Finish smoothness is selected. See the definition for parameter 314.761 TC AIR DOOR TYPESupports the Air Curtain feature. On machines that have a tool changer fitted with an air curtain, this parametershould be set t...

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    Electrical Service21896-0284 rev C June 2007ELECTRONIC THERMAL COMPENSATIONWhen ballscrews rotate they generate heat. Heat causes the ballscrews to expand. In constant duty cycles,the resultant ballscrew growth can lead to cutting errors on the next morning start up. The Haas ETC algorithmcan ac...

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    219Electrical Service96-0284 rev C June 2007CNCR SPINDLE Concurrent Spindle with axis motionCRC – Cyclic Redundancy Check digitCRT – Cathode Ray TubeCT – Caterpillar ToolingCTS – Clear To SendCW – Clock WiseDB – DrawbarDC – Direct CurrentDGNOS – DiagnosticDHCP – Dynamic Host Co...

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