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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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    ITable of Contents96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Table of ContentsSafety .................................................................................................................................................................1General Electrical Troubleshooting .........................

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    IITable of Contents96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011sMaRt aMPliFieR (P/n 93-5550J (30a) 93-3551J (45a)) .......................................................................52systeM blocK diagRaM - high/low voltage ..............................................................................

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    1 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011SAFETY40Install lock-out claspand lock with padlockto secure CircuitBreaker in theOFF position. ONOFFREDWHTBLKTo avoid possible shock, make sure circuit breakers are appropriately locked off before attempt...

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    Electrical Service2 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011GENERAL ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTINGMACHINE NOT RUNNINGMachine cannot be powered on.• Check input voltage to machine. • Check main circuit breaker at top right of electrical cabinet; switch must be at the on position.• Check overvoltage ...

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    3 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011The pallet chain motor receives 160VDC from plug 6A on this board (32-3078A). The PC board receives power (115V) from the power card, which plugs into P4 on the APC board.The solenoid for the left, air operated, automatic door plugs into P3;...

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    Electrical Service4 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Alarm 101, “MOCON Comm. Failure”• During self-test of communications between the MOCON and main processor, the main processor does not respond, and is suspected to be dead. This alarm is generated and the servos are stopped. Check all ...

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    5 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011WO4 High load. Check for binding in the tool changer gearbox and motor. Rotate the carousel by hand and feel for any binding. Make sure the toolholders are the correct weight.WO5 Remote RS-232 commanded off. Check the ribbon cable and the ...

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    Electrical Service6 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONSMainCircuitBreakerGroundLineL1L2 L3 DANGER!!!HIGHVOLTAGEDANGER!!!488-458V457-429V428-403V402-377V376-354V260-244V243-227V226-211V210-195VTB2240VOUTTB1120VOUTINCOMINGLINEVOLTAGETAPS(74,75,76)InputPowerOuputPower1. Place ...

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    7 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011The 400V transformer has three input connectors located on the transformer bracket, which allow it to be connected to either a 441-480V range, 381-440V range or 340-380V range. Users with the External High Voltage Option should place the jum...

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    Electrical Service8 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20118. Electrical power must be phased properly to avoid damage to your equipment. The Power Supply Assembly PC board incorporates a “Phase Detect” circuit with neon indicators, shown below (disregard for single phase machines). When the ora...

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    9 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20114. The two overvoltage fuses are located beside each other at the upper right of the Power Supply board. An orange light will be on to indicate the blown fuse(s). If these fuses are blown, check incoming voltage to ensure it matches the jump...

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    Electrical Service10 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20113. Disconnect the video out cable (J16) from the SKBIF PC board and backlight cable.4. Remove the four (4) hex nuts and washers beginning with the bottom, then remove the LCD assembly and set aside in a safe place.CAUTION! Do not drop or da...

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    11 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Data CableInverter Cable2. Connect these cables directly to the SKBIF PCB. If the cables that came with the new display are not long enough, reuse the cables from the old display.3. Power on the machine and check the display. If the image i...

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    Electrical Service12 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011POWER ON/OFF SWITCHESThe Power On switch engages the main contactor. The On switch applies power to the contactor coil and the contactor thereafter maintains power to its coil. The Power Off switch interrupts power to the contactor coil and...

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    13 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011SPINDLE LOAD METER Load meter measures load on spindle motor as a percentage of rated continuous power of motor, with a slight delay between a load and actual meter reflection. The eighth A-to-D input also provides a measure of spindle load...

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    Electrical Service14 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20117. Replace the front and rear cover panels and fasten with the screws that were previously removed.SERIAL KEYBOARD INTERFACE REPLACEMENTNOTE: Refer to “Cable Locations” for a diagram of this board.1. Follow all precautions noted previou...

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    15 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011EC400Air SolenoidAssemblyMotor ShroudAir SolenoidAssemblySheet MetalTrayBasic Air Solenoid AssemblyAir Solenoid AssemblyWith TSC Feature AddedCheck Valve SwitchCheck Valve SwitchPre-ChargeInletTRP SolenoidTRPSolenoidPressureSwitchRegulatorT...

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    Electrical Service16 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20113. 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...

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    17 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011LEDsABCH-H+LEDsREDWHTBLKH-H+The smart amplifier will calibrate utilizing the microprocessor that is present in each of the Smart Amplifiers at power up. When power is applied to the Control Cabinet the Fault (Red LED) will illuminate and st...

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    Electrical Service18 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011You will also need several cables. Please see 93-32-5558A for the 40 HP drive and 93-32-5559A for the 20 HP drive.TroubleshootingTo properly troubleshoot the Vector Drive, use the following questions as a guide:• What alarms are generated...

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    19 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011If the fault occurs upon acceleration -or- the spindle accelerates slowly -or- the spindle makes noise, do the following:7. Disconnect the output cables to the spindle motor. Turn on the machine and press <RESET>. Do not command the ...

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    Electrical Service20 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011MOCON, VIDEO/KEYBOARD, & MICROPROCESSORWARNING!The electrical panel will have residual voltage, even after power has been shut off and/or disconnected. Never work inside this cabinet until the small red Charge light on the servo amplifi...

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    21 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011VIDEO/KEYBOARDThe Video/Keyboard PCB generates the video data signals for the monitor and the scanning signals for the keyboard. In addition, the keyboard beeper is generated on this board. There is a single jumper on this board used to s...

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    Electrical Service22 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011+5V +5V Logic Power Supply is Present. (Normally On) - If this light does not come on, check the low voltage power supply and check that all three phases of 230V input power are present.There is 1 two-position DIP switch on the Processor ...

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    23 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011INPUT/OUTPUT ASSEMBLYThe Input/Output Assembly consists of a single printed circuit board called the I/O PCB.The I/O PCB also contains a circuit for sensing a ground fault condition of the servo power supply. If more than 1.75 amps is detec...

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    Electrical Service24 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Circuit breaker CB1 protects the spindle drive and shuts off all power to the control. A trip of this breaker indicates a serious overload problem and should not be reset without investigating the cause of the trip.Main Contactor K1Main con...

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    25 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CB5 Controls power to the TSC coolant pump only. It can be tripped by an overload of the TSC coolant pump motor or a short in the wiring to the motor.CB6 Single-phase 115V protected ground fault interrupt circuit and output for the worklig...

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    Electrical Service26 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011When more than one Haas controller is daisy-chained, data sent from the PC goes to all of the controllers at the same time, requiring an axis selection code (Parameter 21). Data sent back to the PC from the controllers is ORed together so t...

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    27 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011J4ToSKBIFP1J3J14RS-232PORT1RS-232PORT2*ColdfireMicroProcessorGNDPIN1P1VR3VR4VR2VR1R1R2R3R4R5VR5C5C4C3C2C1P2P3* Requires second RS-232 Board (34-4090)J4ToSKBIFP1J13J14RS-232PORT1RS-232PORT2*MicroProcessorGNDPIN1P1VR3VR4VR2VR1R1R2R3R4R5VR5C5C...

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    Electrical Service28 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20111 M-FIN, Input Signal2 Input GND34M-CodeOutput RelayNormally OpenNOTE: Some or all of the M21-25 on the I/O PCB may be used for factory installed options. Inspect the relays for existing wires to determine which are in use.M-FIN DISCRETE IN...

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    29 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011• If the switch is damaged and permanently closed, the zero search for that axis will move at about 10 in/min in the positive direction until it reaches the physical stops.• If the switch opens or a wire breaks after the zero search com...

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    Electrical Service30 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011• Random Access Memory (RAM) - When the machine is powered up the processor board copies the binary file and the selected language text from the flash memory into RAM, which is run from there. RAM also holds internal information that the ...

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    31 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20113. This step will clear the BBU-RAM completely including the machine serial number. Use the following to determine the command to clear BBU-RAM.BBU RAM Found Board Size Command to Clear BBU-RAM256K 256K M 3000000 303FFFF 1024K 1 ...

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    Electrical Service32 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011When the machine is operating normally, a second push of the Param/Dgnos key selects the diagnostics display page. The Page Up and Page Down keys are then used to select one of two different displays. These are for diagnostic purposes only ...

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    33 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Inputs 2X-axis Z Channel X Motor Over Heat Y-Axis Z Channel Y Motor Over Heat Z-axis Z Channel Z Motor Over Heat A-axis Z Channel A Motor Over Heat B-axis Z Channel B Motor Over Heat C-axis Z Channel C Motor Over Hea...

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    Electrical Service34 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011DISCRETE INPUTS/OUTPUTS (MILLS)# Name # Discrete Input Name1000 TC Changer In/SMTC Pocket Down 1023 Spare 3/APC Pin Clr #2 1001 TC Changer Out/SMTC Pocket Up 1024 Tool Unclmp Rmt* 1002 Tool One In Pos. 1025 Spare 1003 Low TSC Press...

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    35 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011# Discrete Output Name # Discrete Output Name1021 APC CE Door 1108 APC Chain Drive Forward 1022 APC Pin CLR #1 1109 APC Chain Drive Reverse 1023 APC Pin CLR #2 1121 PAL Clamp 1026 APC PAL #2 Home 1122 Door 1027 APC PAL #1 ...

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    Electrical Service36 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Spare Output 32 Spare Output 44 Spare Output 33 Spare Output 45 Spare Output 34 Spare Output 46 Spare Output 35 Spare Output 47 Spare Output 36 Spare Output 48 (SMTC: Serp. ATC Enable) TC MTR SW Spare Output 49 (SMTC: Serp. ATC ...

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    37 Cable List96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE LISTWIRE/ TERMINAL FUNCTION NAME: NUMBERINCOMING POWER 195-260 VAC (353-488 VAC OPTIONAL)L1 INCOMING 195-260VAC, PHASE 1, TO CB1-1 L2 INCOMING 195-260VAC, PHASE 2, TO CB1-2 L3 INCOMING 195-260VAC, PHASE 3, TO CB1-371 PROTECTED 195-260 VA...

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    38 Cable List96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011120 TSC OVER TEMP THERMAL SENSOR (Vert) 121 THERMAL SENSOR SIGNAL 122 THERMAL SENSOR RETURN 123 SHIELD140 230VAC 3PH POWER TO CHIP CONVEYOR MOTOR 141 PHASE A 230VAC 142 PHASE B 230VAC 143 PHASE C 230VAC 144 STARTING WINDING 230VAC 145 ST...

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    39 Cable List96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011250 VR SHUT IN / APC DOOR OPEN/ MD NIAGRA COOLANT ON (Vert option) HTC SHUTTLE/MORI MANUAL TOOL RELEASE (Horiz) TAILSTOCK REVERSE OPTION (Lathe)251 LEG 1 (Mill) 115 VAC (Lathe) 252 LEG 2 (Mill) 115 VAC RETURN (Lathe) 253 SHIELD DRAIN260 K210 CABL...

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    40 Cable List96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011430 APC PALLET CLAMP MD PAL UP (Mill) APL LIGHT/BF EXTENDED PUSH (Lathe)440 AUTO DOOR OPEN (Vert) SMTC CAGE DOOR OPEN - MORI ARM OUT (Horiz) DOOR OPEN (Lathe)450 APC #2 CE DOOR OPEN (Vert) MORI ARM CW/CCW (Horiz) STEADY REST FOOT SWITCH (Lathe)4...

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    41 Cable List96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011640 A AXIS HAAS AMPLIFIER CABLE TO MOTOR CONTROLLER BOARD (SAME AS 610-1 THRU 610-10) (Lathe)640A A AXIS HAAS AMPLIFIER CABLE TO MOTOR CONTROLLER BOARD (SAME AS 610-1 THRU 610-10) (Mill)640B B AXIS HAAS AMPLIFIER CABLE TO MOTOR CONTROLLER BOARD (S...

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    42 Cable List96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011690 A-AXIS ENCODER CABLE (SAME AS 660-1 THRU 660-16) (Vert & Lathe)690A A-AXIS ENCODER CABLE (SAME AS 660-1 THRU 660-16) (Horiz)690B B-AXIS ENCODER CABLE (SAME AS 660-1 THRU 660-16) (Mill)690C C-AXIS ENCODER CABLE (SAME AS 660-1 THRU 660-16) (...

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    43 Cable List96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011750A JOG HANDLE DATA CABLE (Horiz & Lathe)751A +5 VDC752A 0 VDC753A ENCODER A CHANNEL 754A ENCODER B CHANNEL755A SHIELD DRAIN 750B JOG HANDLE DATA CABLE (Horiz) 750B-1 +5 VDC JOG HANDLE 750B-2 0VDC 750B-3 JOG HANDLE A CHANNEL 750B-4 JOG HA...

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    44 Cable List96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011830 OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT 831 OVERHEAT SIGNAL (INPUT 14) 832 OVERHEAT RETURN (D GROUND) (65) 833 SHIELD DRAIN840 CIRCUIT BREAKER FOR 160 VDC (Vert) 841 LEG 1 (TO 81) 842 LEG 2 843 SHIELD DRAIN850 SERIAL PORT #1 TO SERIAL KEYBOARD INTERFACE CABL...

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    45 Cable List96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011900 LOW COOLANT STATUS (Mill) SPARE (Lathe) 901 LOW COOLANT SIGNAL 902 LOW COOLANT RETURN (D GROUND) 903 SHIELD DRAIN910 115 VAC CIRCUIT BREAKER TO SOLENOIDS 911 LEG 1 912 LEG 2 913 SHIELD DRAIN910A 115VAC FROM CB4 ON MAIN POWER DIST. (Mill) SPARE...

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    46 Cable List96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011990 HOME SENSORS 991 X HOME SWITCH (Vert) COMMON (DATA GROUND) Horiz & Lathe) 992 Y HOME SWITCH (LATHE TAIL STOCK) (Vert) X-AXIS HOME SWITCH (Horiz & Lathe) 993 Z HOME SWITCH (Vert) Y-AXIS HOME SWITCH (Horiz & Lathe) 994 HOME SWITC...

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    47 Cable List96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20111060 GROUND FAULT DETECTION SENSE INPUT 1061 + INPUT FROM SENSE RESISTOR 1062 - INPUT FROM SENSE RESISTOR1063 SHIELD DRAIN1070 SKIP INPUT FROM SENSOR (Vert & Lathe) PROBE INPUT OPTION (Horiz) 1071 LOGIC COMMON (Vert & Lathe) PROBE SIGNAL (H...

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    Electrical Service48 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011PCBS, CABLE LOCATIONS, AND DIAGRAMSShown below are three types of commonly used cable connectors. They are shown as seen when plugged into the pc board. These diagrams are to aid in locating the pins for troubleshooting.12312341234512345612...

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    49 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011MICROPROCESSOR PCB 1MB16MBC6U7U1U2U3U11U8R52R53512K128K9.6KBAUD38.4KRUNBT1J6C5D1D2D3D4D5D6D7D8U15U24Y1850850AJ5 J4C40C39C38C37LINE1:LINE2:LINE3:SUBASSYJ3J2C75C74DATA BUSJ1ADDRESS BUSC76U37U38U41U39C82U7U1U2U3C9U8FLASH MEMORYBT1BT2C7Y1D1D2D3...

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    Electrical Service50 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011PLUG # CABLE # SIGNAL NAME  TO LOCATION PLUG #J1 ADDRESS ADDRESS BUSS MOCON-MOTIF ____J2 DATA DATA BUSS MOCON-MOTIF ____J3 (CF2) SERIAL DATAJ3, J6 (CF2) 860 LOW VOLTAGE <FROM>PSUP PCB ____J4 850 KEYBOAR...

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    51 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011BRUSHLESS SERVO AMPLIFIER (P/N 32-5550F) FAULTPWR ONHAASServo Amplifier30ACAUTIONHIGH VOLTAGEABC-H.V.+H.V.POWER TOSERVO MOTOR335VDC(FROM HAAS VECTOR DRIVE,MINI MILL POWER SUPPLYOROFFICE MACHINE POWER SUPPLY)SERVO DRIVECURRENT COMMAND( FROM ...

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    Electrical Service52 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011SMART AMPLIFIER (P/N 93-5550J (30A) 93-3551J (45A)) LEDsABCH-H+LEDsREDWHTBLKH-H+PLUG # CABLE # SIGNAL NAME  TO  LOCATION PLUG #X AXIS AMPTB A, B, C ——- MOTOR DRIVE X SERVO MOTOR ——-SERVO PLUG 610 X DRIVE S...

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    53 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM - HIGH/LOW VOLTAGE195-260V AC(353-480V AC)INPUTVIDEO, KEYBOARD, AND JOG(FLOPPY DRIVE& RJH)INPUTVOLTAGE195-260V AC(353-480V AC)MAINPOWERDISTRIBUTION12V DCPOSITIONDATA12V DC230V ACCMDS230V ACSPINDLE COMMANDSSPINDLE EN...

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    Electrical Service54 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011POWER PCB VERSION K/LP35P34P8P33P28P27P25P24 P4P9P23P22P10P30P18P5P11P3P7P6P1P2P12P13 P14 P15 P16 P17P19P36P20P21PHASE DETECT(FOR3 PHASE ONLY)PASSFAILNE6NE5GFICOOLANT PUMPTSC COOLANT PUMPCHIP CONVEYORTSC COOLANT PUMPCHIP CONVEYORONON5A 230V...

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    55 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011OFFICE MILL POWER SUPPLYP7P1P3P6P4P5P2P8HIGHVOLTAGEPRESENTBL320VPSHIGHVOLTAGEPRESENTLE1DZ1C10C8C7C9R23R21R5Q2U2DZ3C13CR3CR2VR1K1CR12U3CR7230VACC14C12CR4CR5C11CR10TP1320VRTNC1DZ4CR6Q3TP312VRTN+12V860AU1C19T1U4TP2LE2JP1U6CR9U5970U7U8U9C31FAUL...

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    Electrical Service56 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011I/O PCB VERSION AC

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    57 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011PLUG # CABLE #  TO  LOCATION PLUG #P1 140B Chip Conveyor Circuit Board (32-3072) P3P2 820B TC in/SMTC Pkt downP2 (Lathe) 820 TT Unlock/LockP2A 820B Shuttle In/OutP3 820 TC out/SMTC pocket up/Tool #1/TC markP3 (Lathe) 820 C-axis ...

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    Electrical Service58 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011PLUG # CABLE #  TO  LOCATION PLUG # P32 (Lathe) 250 T/S Rev/SS Y-DeltaP33 260 TSC PurgeP33 (Lathe) 260 T/S Rapid/ SS BrakeP34 270 APC Pal Ready LtP34 (Lathe) 270 Spare (12V Output)P35 200 Spigot CW/CCWP35 (Lathe) 200 BF End of ...

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    59 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011PLUG # CABLE #  TO  LOCATION PLUG # P64 520 Outputs Cable 8-15 MOCON P12P65 510 Outputs Cable 0-7 MOCON P11P66 1100 (M27) Air BlastP67 1110 (M28) Beeper/Air BlastP67 (Lathe) M28 Sub Spin Chuck SolP68 310 2010 Min Lube Spindle/AP...

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    Electrical Service60 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011DISCRETE INPUTS+12VTypical Discrete Input Circuit(C) = Switch Normally Closed; (O) = Switch Normally OpenMACRO CABLE HORIZONTAL VERTICAL LATHE1000 820 P2/3 TC In (C) TC In (C) TT Unlock SMTC Arm Mark (O) SMTC Pkt Dwn TL TC HomeEC-400 (O) ...

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    61 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011MACRO CABLE HORIZONTAL VERTICAL LATHE 1022 790 P18 PC Pallet CW (C) APC Pin Clr #1 (O) *Probe HomeEC-400 PP Pallet Lift (O) MD Op Door Open1023 790 P18 PC Pallet CCW (C) APC Pin Clr #2EC-400 PP Pallet Lower (O) MD Op Door Closed1024 190 P19...

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    Electrical Service62 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011MACRO CABLE HORIZONTAL VERTICAL LATHE 1044 470 P27 Mori Cage Door Open/ SMTC Cl/Uncl Cl/Uncl SMTC Slide at StandbyEC-400 SMTC Cl/Uncl1045 470 P27 Mori Slide Right/SMTC Slide at SpindleEC-400 Tool Transer1046 480 P28 EC-400 8-...

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    63 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011MACRO CABLE HORIZONTAL VERTICAL LATHE (SL) VOLTAGE 1102 710 P52/75 PC Pallet Up (EC) APC#1 Pallet Ready 1 APL Grip 1 115VP-Cool (HS) NSK Spin RevBF Collet Open (HS)1103 710 P52 PC Pallet Down (EC) APC#1 Pallet Ready 2 APL Grip 2 ...

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    Electrical Service64 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011MACRO CABLE HORIZONTAL VERTICAL LATHE (SL) VOLTAGE 1122 230 P31 5th Axis Brake 5th Axis Brake T/S Fwd 115VOM live tool #11123 1040 P29/30 Door Interlock CE Door Lock CE Door Lock 115V1124 310 P68 PC Pallet Clamp (EC) APC#2 Door...

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    65 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011SERIAL KEYBOARD INTERFACE PCB WITH HANDLE JOG (34-4241F)J21 USB INQ4C32P10BEACONQ2C49BACKLIGHTJ13C59C10TOLCDPANELTP2The Serial Keyboard Interface PCB (SKBIF) provides:• connection between the operator keypad and the main processor• diff...

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    Electrical Service66 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Connector DescriptionsP1 This connector supports an RS-232 ribbon cable that sends and receives data from the Main Processor. P2 This connector is used for the operator keypad interface. It receives keyboard data, which it sends to the SK...

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    67 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011J5 Combines E-Stop, On/Off, Jog Handle, Cycle Start/Feed Hold, Beeper and Work Light signals.J6 This connector receives video data from the Main Processor. The video data exits the SKBIF from J16 and is sent directly to the LCD panel.J7 T...

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    Electrical Service68 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011VIDEO & KEYBOARD PCB W/ETHERNET & USB DRIVE(33-0211B)(34-3406)J11J10J4P1J14J13J7D3ADDRESSJ5DATAJ12J8(1)HARDDRIVEKYBRDRP1U5J3(BATTERY)B10(ICOP CCA)(DOCU18U19RP4RP4U23J1U29U24U25U21J2U30U31U32C34C35Z1USBUSB Cable to PendantE-NET (RJ-4...

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    69 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011MOCON PCBPLUG # CABLE # SIGNAL NAME  TO LOCATION PLUG # P1 ——- DATA BUSS VIDEO PCB ——- MICRO PROC. PCB ——-P2 610 X DRIVE SIGNAL X SERVO DRIVE AMP. PP3 620 Y DRIVE SIGNAL Y SERVO DRIVE AMP. PP4 630 Z DRIVE ...

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    Electrical Service70 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011PLUG # CABLE # SIGNAL NAME  TO LOCATION PLUG #P7 670 Y ENCODER INPUT Y ENCODER ——-P8 680 Z ENCODER INPUT Z ENCODER ——-P9 690 A ENCODER INPUT A ENCODER ——-P30 690B B ENCODER INPUT B ENCODER ——- P10 ...

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    71 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011WYE-DELTA SWITCH ASSEMBLIESCA7-372T3T26T1431NC22153L1L22132NCL3CA7-372T3T26T1431NC22153L1L22132NCL3A2A1A1A2DELTAWYE650BTo HaasVector DriveTOSPINDLEMOTOR650AWhiteBlackRedTo P53I/O PCBM CODE RELAY BOARD540/P1INPUT540/P6OUTPUTP3P2U9U7U2U4U1U3U...

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    Electrical Service72 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011PLUG # CABLE # SIGNAL NAME  TO  LOCATION PLUG #P1 540 MOCON INPUT I/O PCB P62P2 860A 12V DC TO M-CODE PCBA PSUP P31P3 540A I/O PCB OUTPUT P4 M21 M-FUNCTIONM22 PROBE OPTIONM24 spareP5 M25 spareM26 spareM27 spareP6 540B M CODE OUTPUT...

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    73 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011TSC MOTOR DRIVE/HIGH PRESSURE COOLANT PCBOFFP4P1P2P3TSCMTRDRVCCA230V AC IN797877HS2R4Q3MTR OUTPUT230V ACOVR TMPMOTORENC3C4R9R6R7R10R11LE1Q2U3R3HS3HS1R1R8R5U1Q1C1C2R2U2CB1LINE1:LINE2:LINE3:PLUG # CABLE # LOCATION PLUG #P1 33-0941E 3ph coolan...

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    Electrical Service74 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011QUAD APC ( 32-3078A) PCB10A5AK1K2K3K4R25R26R27FU2Q7J1TP2TP1AGNDTCLC28CR7C21T1FU1P1P2P3AP3P4P5P6P6AQ1Q2Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6PLUG # CABLE # LOCATION PLUG #P1 33-1516 I/O PCB P62P3 33-6038A Air Door P4 33-0191 From Power Card 6A 33-6038A Pallet Chain Mo...

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    75 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011OPERATOR PENDANTTOCONTROL CABINETPENDANTSUPPORTARM12V DCP5START/FEEDHOLDP3EMERGENCYSTOPFEED HOLDCYCLE STARTRS-232 INTERFACE24 PIN FLEX CABLESKBIFP2FRONT PANELKEYPADJ18USER'S AUX F-PANELJ1PALLET ROTATEPART READYJOG HANDLE12V DC+-+5VDC0 VDCA ...

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    Electrical Service76 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CIRCUIT BREAKERSCB1K1T1Line115V3PHS230V3PHSPSUP-LCB2NeutralCB6CB3CB5CB4LV Power SupplyServo FanDoor Fan170VDCPower SupplyGFIHILI/O PCB-ABWorklightMotor, Coolant1/2 HP 230V 1PH 3.8A 50/60HZ(MM- 1/8 HP)Motor, TSC (Option)1/2 HP 230V 1PH 7.4A ...

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    77 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011HORIZONTAL MACHINE CONTROL CABINET WIRING DIAGRAMCONTROLCABINETCABLE90A90B7407607708501050NAME115VAC to LCD LVPS115VAC to Work Light SwitchPower On/OffVideo DataEmergency StopSKBIFDoor Switch WiringCABLE490B690BNAMESuper Speed Tool ChangerM...

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    Electrical Service78 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011VERTICAL MACHINE CONTROL CABINET WIRING DIAGRAM

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    79 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011LATHE CONTROL CABINET WIRING DIAGRAM

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    Electrical Service80 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011OUT K1.3 PHASE POWER, DROPPINGEXCEEDS 285 VACON INCOMINGTHEY WILL OPEN IF VOLTAGEARE 1/2A, FAST BLOW ONLY.FUSES ON POWER SUPPLY195-260 VAC24VCTONPOWERPOWEROFF741743172744742OPERATORPENDANTK7PART OFI/O PCB1716766K1VECTOR DRIVEAUX195/260 VACI...

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    81 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011PH3PH2PH1PH2426-451V357-376V377-400V426-451V401-425V452-480V230 VAC452-480V115VPH3401-425V377-400V230 VAC357-376V426-451V377-400V401-425V452-480V357-376V115VPH1115VPART OF POWERSUPPLY PCB.CB23 PHASE POWER, DROPPINGEXCEEDS 570 VACONINCOMINGT...

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    Electrical Service82 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011230V3PHS1PHS230V115V3PHSLINE3PHS230VFAN,VECTORDRIVEMOTOR, XYZ AXISMOTOR , SPINDLEWORKLIGHTSOLENOIDSFAN, SERVO AMPFAN, CPUFAN, PENDANTMOTOR , LUB PUMPFAN, SPINDLE MOTORMOTOR, SPINDLEOILIOPCBMOTOR ,TOOL CHGR, SHUTTLEMOTOR ,TOOL CHGR , CAROSEL...

  • Page 88

    83 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLESCABLE 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 TB2...

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    Electrical Service84 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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)

  • Page 90

    85 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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 IN33-825033-825133-825233-825333-825433-825533-825633-82...

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    Electrical Service86 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 90B FAN CORD - VECTOR DRIVE 2HD (33-1024A)29.0 INLOWER5.75 INUPPERFANFAN90B, 33-1024FAN CORD2HDPSUP P612CABLE 90B WORK LIGHT (33-2330)212:GRN1:BLK3:WHT90B, <ASSY.#>WORK LIGHTLAMP PLUG90B, <ASSY.#>WORK LIGHTFR PNL LAMP SWLE...

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    87 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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 #><...

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    Electrical Service88 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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.#33-01...

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    89 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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><R...

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    Electrical Service90 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 190, TOOL RELEASE (33-0190C)TOP VIEWSIDE VIEWREDBLKREDBLK1<LOGIC RETURN>SHIELD DRAIN190, <ASSY #>REM UNCLAMPREM UNCL SW190, <ASSY #>REM UNCLAMPI/O PCB <LINE3>LENGTH33-0190C33-3190C33-419033-5190A33-6190C33-7190...

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    91 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011190/240/260/710/770A 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 CONNECTOR95S...

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    Electrical Service92 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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&g...

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    93 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 240, PALLET UP/DOWN SWITCH (33-0113)PALUPPAL DWN43213: BLK1: RED3" BLKJUMPER4: BLK43212: WHT3IN240, 33-0113PAL UP/DWN SWI/O PCB P21240, 33-0113PAL UP/DWN SWPAL CHNGRPALUPPAL DWNGNDSHLD12: RED3: WHT4: BLK11.50 FTCABLE 240/260/430/...

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    Electrical Service94 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 240/260/430/770A/790 AUX. FRONT PANEL SIGNAL CABLE (32-6665A) 1112: BLK [WRK LITE RTN]1: RED [WORK LITE]a: RED [WORK LITE]b: BLK [WRK LITE RTN]DETAIL BDETAIL CX: SHIELD1TP #18 AWGN: BLK [PAL RDY LITE RTN]M: RED [PAL RDY LITE]10: RED [...

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    95 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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...

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    Electrical Service96 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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 COMM...

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    97 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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,...

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    Electrical Service98 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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/...

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    99 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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.#>...

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    Electrical Service100 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 420/440/450/460/470/770B MORI T/C RECEPTACLE INPUTS (33-8150C)CHANGE SLIDELEFT (X004)CHANGE SLIDEHALF WAY (X006)770BI/O PCBP73RD E-STOPBLKRED1DRAINBLKWHT1YEL460I/O PCB P26BLKREDWHTBLKYEL152126REDBLK28BLKREDBLK25RED20BLK LOGIC GROUNDR...

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    101 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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.#LA...

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    Electrical Service102 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 540/540A/850 I/O PCB TO MCD CONTROLS (33-1515G)LENGTHRED STRIPEPIN 1PIN 1FACE UPFACE DOWN<LINE 1A><LINE 2><LINE 3A><LINE 1B><LINE 2><LINE 3B><LINE 1A>540 33-1515A540A 33-1516A850 33-0854A540...

  • Page 108

    103 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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 P63INPUT #SIGNAL00SHUTTLE IN (SMTC PKT DOWN)01SHUTTLE OUT (SMTC PKT UP)02TOOL #1 MARKE...

  • Page 109

    Electrical Service104 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 610 (620, 630), AXIS CURRENT COMMAND (33-0610E)RED <ANALOG GND>GRN <ANALOG GND>22WHT/RED <+B>WHT/GRN <+A>WHT/BLU <FAULT>WHT/BLK <ENABLE>SHIELD <ANALOG GND>BLU <LOGIC GND>BLK <LOGIC G...

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    105 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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...

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    Electrical Service106 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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 "-&q...

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    107 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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 F...

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    Electrical Service108 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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 <...

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    109 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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...

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    Electrical Service110 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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 UN...

  • Page 116

    111 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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-...

  • Page 117

    Electrical Service112 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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 #33-086533-0866L...

  • Page 118

    113 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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><...

  • Page 119

    Electrical Service114 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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.LENGT...

  • Page 120

    115 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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 <...

  • Page 121

    Electrical Service116 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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 &...

  • Page 122

    117 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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 9...

  • Page 123

    Electrical Service118 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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....

  • Page 124

    119 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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...

  • Page 125

    Electrical Service120 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE 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/OREDYELLOWTOTALL= 18 INM22 N/CM22 N/OM22 COMNBLKREDYELCABLE 1070, SKIP...

  • Page 126

    121 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE, 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+)...

  • Page 127

    Electrical Service122 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE, LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY - SINPRO 9 AMP (33-0577A)1133-0577A VIDEO PWRVIDEO PCB P133-0577AMOCON-1 PWRMOCON PCB P1511161333-0577ALOW VOLTPSPSUP P8REDBLKREDBLKYELBLKWHT33-0577ALVPS PWR OUT (LVPS J2)REDBLKYELWHTBLKRED112. BLK <GND&g...

  • Page 128

    123 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011SIDE-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...

  • Page 129

    Electrical Service124 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE, 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 <...

  • Page 130

    125 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE, 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...

  • Page 131

    Electrical Service126 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE, 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 V...

  • Page 132

    127 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE, 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...

  • Page 133

    Electrical Service128 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE, 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 Cab...

  • Page 134

    129 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE, 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 &l...

  • Page 135

    Electrical Service130 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CONTACTOR 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....

  • Page 136

    131 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE, +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 ...

  • Page 137

    Electrical Service132 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011LVDS 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/...

  • Page 138

    133 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CABLE, 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)Y0...

  • Page 139

    Electrical Service134 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011FRONT 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 L...

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    135 Electrical Service96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011REMOTE 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 DOO...

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    136 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011ALARMSAny time an alarm is present, the lower left hand corner of the screen will have a blinking alarm. Push the ALARM display key to view the current alarm. All alarms are displayed with a reference number and a com-plete description. If the Reset k...

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    137 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011107 EMERGENCY OFF - Emergency Stop button was pressed. Servos are also turned off. After the E-Stop is released, the Reset button must be pressed at least twice to correct this; once to clear the E-Stop alarm and once to clear the Servo Off alarm. Thi...

  • Page 143

    138 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011115 (L) TURRET ROTATE FAULT - Tool motor not in position. During a tool changer operation the tool tur-ret failed to start moving or failed to stop at the right position. Parameters 62 and 63 can adjust the time-out times. This alarm can be caused by ...

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    139 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011124 LOW BATTERY - Memory battery needs replacing within 30 days. This alarm is only generated at power on and indicates that the 3V Lithium battery is below 2 volts. If this is not corrected within about 30 days, you may lose your stored programs, par...

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    140 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011134 (L) LOW HYDRAULIC PRESSURE - Hydraulic pressure is sensed to be low or has not come up to pressure within the time allowed in parameter 222. Check pump pressure and hydraulic tank oil level. Verify proper pump and machine phasing. Also check 3-pha...

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    141 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011encoder shaft at the back of the motor or coupling of motor to the screw. Y limit switch may need replacement.147 Z LIMIT SWITCH - Axis hit limit switch or switch disconnected. Home switch input changed state while machine was in use. Stored stroke li...

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    142 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011159 KEYBOARD FAILURE - Keyboard shorted or button pressed at power on. A power-on test of the mem-brane keypad has found a shorted button. It can also be caused by a short in the cable from the main cabinet or by holding a switch down during power-on....

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    143 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011172 (L) DOOR IS OPEN AND SPINDLE IS TURNING - The chuck is not allowed to unclamp while the door is open and the spindle is on. 172 (M) APC-PALLET UNCLAMP TIMEOUT - The pallet in the mill did not unclamp in the time allowed. Check for foreign objects ...

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    144 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011183 (M) Y CABLE FAULT - Cable from (axis) encoder does not have valid signals, incorrect motor selection, faulty cable, faulty connections or faulty motor. Check parameters to be sure that the mocon channel and encoder type parameters are correctly se...

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    145 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011196 (M) COOLANT SPIGOT FAILURE - Spigot failed to achieve commanded location after two (2) attempts. 197 MISC. SOFTWARE ERROR - This alarm indicates an error in the control software. Call your dealer and report this problem.198 (L) SPINDLE STALLED - C...

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    146 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011210 INSUFFICIENT MEMORY - Not enough memory to load user program. Check the space available in the LIST PROG and delete or download some programs to free memory. 211 ODD PROG BLOCK - Possible corrupt program. Save all programs to disk, delete all, and...

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    147 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011encoder has been damaged and encoder position data is unreliable. This can also be caused by loose con-nectors at the MOCON PCB. 230 (L) DOOR OPEN - Spindle rpm has exceeded max value in Parameter 586 while the door is open. Stop the spindle, close th...

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    148 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011gram or loading from RS-232. The erroneous data will be placed on the MESSAGES page as a comment with trailing question mark. Offending blocks may also be visible in the program as a comment, search for (?). 246 STRING TOO LONG - Input line is too lon...

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    149 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011263 LEAD SCREW CRC MISSING - Lead screw compensation tables have no CRC when loading from disk or RS-232.264 ROTARY CRC MISSING - Rotary table parameters have no CRC when loading from disk or RS-232. 265 MACRO VARIABLE FILE CRC ERROR - Macro variable ...

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    150 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011that the Z Fault encoder has been damaged and encoder position data is unreliable. This can also be caused by loose scale connectors. 280 (M) Y AXIS LINEAR SCALE Z FAULT - Encoder marker pulse count failure. This alarm usually indicates that the Z Fau...

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    151 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011298 (M) ATC DOUBLE ARM OUT OF POSITION - ATC double arm mark switch, or CW/CCW position switch is in an incorrect state. Check for sticking, misaligned or damaged switches, mechanism binding, damaged motor, or debris build up. Use Tool Changer Restore...

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    152 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011315 (M) INVALID P CODE IN M98, M97, M96, G47 OR G65 - P code must be the name of a program stored in memory without a decimal point for M98 and must be a valid N number for M99. If G47 commanded, then P must be 0 for text engraving and 1 for sequentia...

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    153 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011336 (L) A AXIS DISABLED - An attempt was made to program the A-axis while it was disabled (Disabled bit in Parameter 43 set to 1).336 (M) A AXIS DISABLED - Attempt was made to program the A-axis while it was disabled (Disabled bit in Parameter 43 set ...

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    154 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011351 INVALID P CODE - In a block with G103, value for P must be between 0 and 15. Check your program. 352 AUX AXIS POWER OFF - Aux C, U, V, or W axis indicate servo off. Check auxiliary axes. Status from control was Off. 353 (L) AUX AXIS NO HOME - A Ze...

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    155 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011373 INVALID CODE IN DNC - A code found in a DNC program could not be interpreted because of DNC restrictions. Check your program.374 (L) MISSING XBZA IN G31 OR G36 - G31 skip function requires an axis motion. 374 (M) MISSING XYZA IN G31 OR G36 - G31 s...

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    156 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011that the distance from the initial position to the commanded Z depth is in the minus direction.393 (M) INVALID MOTION IN G74 OR G84 - Rigid Tapping G74 or G84 can only be in the Z minus direction. Make sure that the distance from the reference positi...

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    157 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011407 RS-232 INVALID CODE - The program will be stored but the bad data is turned into a comment. Check program for comment ( ?) or message screen for displayed block with error. 408 RS-232 NUMBER RANGE ERROR - Check your program. The program will be st...

  • Page 163

    158 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011426 (L) SERVO BAR ILLEGAL CODE G105 - Feed Bar commanded with an illegal code on block. Legal codes are I, J, K, P, Q, R 426 (M) A SCALE/SCREW MISMATCH - Scale-induced correction exceeds one motor revolution. 427 INTERRUPT OVERRUN - The control detect...

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    159 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011rent commands page.443 (L) SERVO BAR ALREADY NESTED - An Illegal G105 Pnnn was found in cutoff subprogram. 444 REGEN ON TOO LONG - The power supply detected a condition in which the Regen stays active too long. This condition indicates that the incom...

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    160 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011nates are in the negative direction, and indicates an error in the user’s program or improper offsets. 464 (L) W OVER TRAVEL RANGE - Commanded W-axis move would exceed allowed machine range. Coor-dinates are in the negative direction, and indicates ...

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    161 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011483 FPU IDE ERROR - A BSUN exception has occurred on the floationg point unit. The execution address where this occurred can be found in the FPU ERR field of the LL DEBUG screen.484 CONFLICTING AXES - An Incremental and Absolute command cannot be use...

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    162 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011by [or =, that start expressions. Check your macro program.503 ILLEGAL MACRO VARIABLE REFERENCE - Macro variable programmed that is not supported by this control. Use the correct macro variable. Operator manual lists all system variables available for...

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    163 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011523 CONDITIONAL REQUIRED PRIOR TO THEN - A THEN was encountered and a conditional statement was not processed in the same block. Check macro formatting.524 END FOUND WITH NO MATCHING DO - An END was encountered without encountering a previous matching...

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    164 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011equal to 8380.000.544 (M) G68 R CODE OUT OF RANGE - The G68 R code rotation angle must be specified as a decimal value with no more than 3 places to the right of the decimal point. The value of R must be greater than or equal to -360.000 degrees and l...

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    165 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011605 (L) INVALID TOOL NOSE ANGLE - An invalid angle for the cutting tool tip was specified. This will occur in a G76 block if the A address has a value that is not from 0 to 120°.605 (M) W LIMIT SWITCH - Axis hit limit switch or switch disconnected. T...

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    166 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011a period of several seconds or even minutes is large enough to exceed the continuous rating of the motor. The servos will be turned off when this occurs. This can be caused by running into the mechanical stops or by anything that causes a very high lo...

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    167 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011627 (M) ATC ARM MOTION - Generated by the side mount disk type tool changer if the tool arm failed to move within the time specified by Parameter 309, Arm Start Timeout; if the tool arm failed to move to the des-ignated position (origin, clamp, or unc...

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    168 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011allowable amount of time. This can be caused by the chain switch block missing the limit switch, or another mechanical problem, such as clutch slippage. After correcting the condition, run M50 to continue machining. 637 (M) APC UNLOAD-SWITCH MISSED PA...

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    169 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011up with low AC lines or after charge up when the bus falls below 100VDC. Check the incoming AC lines to ensure nominal levels. If this fault occurs at power-up, it cannot be reset. If this fault occurs after power-up, it can be reset.650 DC BUS OVER V...

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    170 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011659 (L) NOT ONE AXIS MOVE WITH CHAMFERING - Consecutive blocks commanded with chamfering or corner rounding, for example: G01 Xb Kk G01 Zb Ii. After each chamfering or corner rounding block, there must be a single move perpendicular to the one with ch...

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    171 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011674 (M) TT SERVO OVERLOAD - Excessive load on the TT axis motor. This can occur if the load on the motor over a period of several seconds or even minutes is large enough to exceed the continuous rating of the motor. The servos will be turned off whe...

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    172 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011short in the motor, or a short of one motor lead to ground.692 (M) V AXIS DRIVE FAULT - Current in V servo motor beyond limit. Possibly caused by a stalled or over-loaded motor. The servos are turned off. This can be caused by running the axis into a ...

  • Page 178

    173 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011705 (L) Tt SERVO ERROR TOO LARGE MOCON2 - Too much load or speed on Tt-axis motor. Difference between motor position and commanded position has exceeded Parameter 470. The motor may also be stalled, disconnected, or the driver failed. The servos will ...

  • Page 179

    174 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011724 (L) Sp MOTOR OVERHEAT - Servo motor overheat. Sensor in motor indicates over 150° F (65° C). Can be caused by motor overload; such as leaving slide at stops for several minutes. 725 (L) Tt MOTOR OVER HEAT MOCON2 - Servo motor overheat. Sensor in...

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    175 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011ical stop. It can also be caused by a short in the motor or a short of one motor lead to ground. 754 (L) Sp AXIS DRIVE FAULT - Current in Sp servo motor beyond limit. Possibly caused by a stalled or overloaded motor. The servos are turned off. This ca...

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    176 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011dicates that the encoder has been damaged and encoder position data is unreliable. This can also be caused by loose connectors at the MOCON or MOTIF printed circuit board. 786 (L) Ss TRANSITION FAULT MOCON2 - Illegal transition of count pulses in Ss-a...

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    177 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011808 AUTOMATIC PROBE ARM FAULT - Automatic probe arm failed to complete command to extend or retract. Check for tools or parts in machining area that block motion of probe arm. Check for sufficient air pressure and volume. Check probe arm mechanism for...

  • Page 183

    178 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011822 (M) INVALID AUTO DOOR COMMAND - The Auto Door was commanded to open while in the process of closing or was commanded to close while in the process of opening. This could occur if the Auto Door button was pressed while an M80 or M81 was in progress...

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    179 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011831 A AXIS SERIAL DATA COMMUNICATION FAULT - Check that the cable from the mocon to the indicated axis encoder is undamaged and securely connected. A serial communications fault has occurred between the indicated encoder and the mocon. This is most c...

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    180 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011the master distribution manifold and entire vertical axis grease hose.846 PRESSURE SWITCH NOT CHANGING STATE - Verify that there is grease in the reservoir. Using diag-nostics screen, with no pressure present in the hoses, verify that input Ax Grease ...

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    181 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011carousel motor was commanded on. This is caused by a break in the motor current loop indicating a failed motor, motor cable or I/O board drive circuitry.859 (M) ATC SHUTTLE MOTOR ELECTRICAL FAULT - No motor current was measured after the ATC shuttle m...

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    182 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011872 (M) ATC SHUTTLE MOTOR OVERLOAD - The ATC shuttle motor has had a high average load over many seconds. This can be caused by a tool changer that is mechanically binding.873 (M) ATC TURRET MOTOR OVERLOAD - The ATC turret motor has had a high average...

  • Page 188

    183 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011905 (M) NO P CODE IN M14, M15, M36 - In M14, M15, M36 must specify pallet number with P code. 906 (M) INVALID P CODE IN M14, M15, M36 OR M50 - The P code must be the number of a valid pallet without a decimal point, and must be a valid integer number....

  • Page 189

    184 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011921 (M) APC LOAD-SWITCH MISSED PAL 4 - Pallet #4 did not complete its move from the APC to the receiver in the allowable time. Pallet change sequence was halted because receiver switch was not activated. Pallet is either unclamped or not on the receiv...

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    185 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011731. Cycle the power to continue.938 LANGUAGES LOADED - Foreign languages were recently loaded into the control.939 LANGUAGES FAILED TO LOAD - Foreign languages failed to be loaded into the control. Languages either exceeded total flash memory, or not...

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    186 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011950 (M) APC-ILLEGAL SWITCH CONDITION, LIFT FRAME - The pallet changer lift frame switches indicate that the pallet changer lift frame is up and down at the same time. Verify an adequate supply of air pressure and air volume. Check the adjustment of th...

  • Page 192

    187 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011indexer position. The indexer positions are multiples of Parameter 647. Parameter 647 is in thousandths of a degree. For example, a value of 2500 represents 2.5°. 960 (M) INDEXER SWITCH NOT FOUND IN TIME - The A-axis indexer down switch was not found...

  • Page 193

    188 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011973 FIXTURE CLAMP FAILURE - The users fixture became unclamped while the spindle was turning.974 (M) PALLET POOL-SWITCH FAULT - An illegal switch condition was detected for the pallet pool lifter. Check the lift arm switches for damage or accumulated ...

  • Page 194

    189 Alarms96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011992 AMPLIFIER OVER CURRENT - The amplifier has detected excessive current going to the motor. This can be caused by a stalled motor, a high motor load for a short duration, a spindle speed that is too low during a cut, a motor improperly wired or a fa...

  • Page 195

    Parameters190 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011PARAMETERSParameters are seldom-modified values that change the operation of the machine. These include servo motor types, gear ratios, speeds, stored stroke limits, ballscrew compensations, motor control delays, and macro call selections. These a...

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    191 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201123 D FILTER X4 - Enables 4-tap FIR filter on the derivative component of the servo loop. 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 ERE...

  • Page 197

    Parameters192 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201111 (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 maximum motor torque. ...

  • Page 198

    193 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201129 Z SWITCH ASee 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 Parameter 5 for description.34 Z MAX TRAVEL (S...

  • Page 199

    Parameters194 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011ratio, a final drive ratio of 2:1, and an encoder count of 2000 lines would be: 2000 x 4 x (90 x 2)/360 = 4000 stepsFor a brushless HRT 210 with a 90:1 gear ratio, a final drive ratio of 2:1 and an encoder count of 8192 the formula would be: 8192 ...

  • Page 200

    195 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201111 COOLANT SPIGOT - Enables coolant spigot control and display.12 OVER TEMP IS N/C - Selects Regen over temp sensor as NC.13 UNUSED . 14 NONINV SPINDLE STOP - Non-inverted spindle stopped status.15 SPIND. LOAD MONITOR - Spindle load monitor option...

  • Page 201

    Parameters196 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201162 (L) TURRET UNLK ERRTIMEMaximum delay allowed for tool turret to unlock. Units are milliseconds. After this time, an alarm is generated.62 (M) SHUTTLE START DELAYThe time (in milliseconds) needed to allow the tool pocket to settle (stop bouncing...

  • Page 202

    197 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201173 SP HIGH G/MIN SPEEDCommand speed used to rotate spindle motor when orienting spindle in high gear. Units are maximum spindle rpm divided by 4096. This parameter is not used in machines equipped with a Haas vector drive.74 SP LOW G/MIN SPEEDComm...

  • Page 203

    Parameters198 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201187 M MACRO CALL O9006See Parameter 81 for description.88 M MACRO CALL O9007See Parameter 81 for description.89 M MACRO CALL O9008See Parameter 81 for description.90 M MACRO CALL O9009See Parameter 81 for description.91 G MACRO CALL O9010G code tha...

  • Page 204

    199 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011103 Z IN POSITION LIMITSee Parameter 101 for description.104 A IN POSITION LIMITSee Parameter 101 for description.105 X MAX CURRENTFuse level in % of max power to motor. Applies only when motor is stopped.Corresponds to maximum peak current provi...

  • Page 205

    Parameters200 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011122 Y PHASE OFFSETThe motor phase offset for Y motor. Constant value, the value has no units.123 Z PHASE OFFSETThe motor phase offset for Z motor. Constant value, the value has no units.124 A PHASE OFFSETThe motor phase offset for A motor. Constan...

  • Page 206

    201 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011140 Z FRICTION COMPENSATCompensate for friction on the axis. The units are in 0.004V.141 A FRICTION COMPENSATCompensate for friction on the axis. The units are in 0.004V.142 HIGH/LOW GEAR CHANGSets the spindle speed at which an automatic gear chan...

  • Page 207

    Parameters202 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011157 B ACCELERATIONSee Parameter 7 for description.158 B MAX SPEEDSee Parameter 8 for description.159 B MAX ERRORSee Parameter 9 for description.160 B FUSE LEVELSee Parameter 10 for description.161 B BACK EMFSee Parameter 11 for description.162 B S...

  • Page 208

    203 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011176 Sp SWITCH ASee Parameter 1 for description.177 Sp P GAINSee Parameter 2 for description.178 Sp D GAINSee Parameter 3 for description.179 Sp I GAINSee Parameter 4 for description.180 Sp SLIP GAINCalculated slip rate depends on two other variabl...

  • Page 209

    Parameters204 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011191 Sp MAX CURRENTSets maximum current allowed from the vector drive to the spindle motor: 4095 = max.192 Sp MAG CURRENTMagnetization component of the current in the motor, also called the flux or field current.193 Sp SPIN ORIENT MARGINWhen a spin...

  • Page 210

    205 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011208 SPIN. FAN OFF DELAYDelay for turning the spindle fan off after the spindle has been turned off.209 (L) COMMON SWITCH 2Parameter 209 is a collection of general purpose single bit flags used to turn some functions on and off. Use left and right ...

  • Page 211

    Parameters206 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011209 (M) COMMON SWITCH 2Parameter 209 is a collection of general purpose single bit flags used to turn some functions on and off. Use left and right cursor arrows to select the function being changed. All values are 0 or 1 only. Function names are:...

  • Page 212

    207 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011contains an incorrect value, a horizontal mill will crash when it does a tool change.211 (L) Y TOOL CHANGE OFFSETServo Autodoor —Offset distance from operator door closed switch to the desired closed position (units are encoder steps). This is a...

  • Page 213

    Parameters208 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011225 (M) MAX ROT AXIS ALLOWFor Horizontal mills with a wheel fixture only. Sets the maximum rotation (in degrees) allowed before stopping at front door. 226 EDITOR CLIPBOARDAssigns a program number (nnnnn) to the contents of the clipboard (for the ...

  • Page 214

    209 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011238 (M) TSC MAX SPINDLE RPMWhen TSC is enabled and in use, this parameter limits the maximum spindle speed. 239 SPNDL ENC STEPS/REVSets the number of encoder steps per revolution of the spindle encoder.240 1ST AUX MAX TRAVELSets the maximum travel...

  • Page 215

    Parameters210 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011252 (L) TAIL ST. OVERLOAD -Determines overload limit when the tailstock is traveling in the minus direction, toward the spindle. It is an arbitrary value based on effective voltage being sent to the tailstock servo motor. If too low, you may not b...

  • Page 216

    211 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011parameter is 70 (degrees F). To disable this feature, change it to zero.259 (M) COLD SPINDLE DAYSThe first time Cycle Start is pressed after the machine is turned on, the control will compare the number of days that have passed since the machine w...

  • Page 217

    Parameters212 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20119 X TEMP SENSOR - Performs Ballscrew Thermal Compensation via a temperature sensor attached to the ball nut. When this bit is set to 1, the feature is activated for that axis. Note that this feature can only be used when temperature sensors are in...

  • Page 218

    213 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20112 UNUSED - Unused3 TH SNSR COMP - Used for Ballscrew Thermal Compensation via a temperature sensor attached to the ball nut. When this bit is set to 1, the feature is activated for that axis. Note that the feature can only be used when temperature...

  • Page 219

    Parameters214 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20118 NO ZERO/NOHOME - Intended for lathes that have extra tools mounted on the outside of the turret. If this bit is set to zero, it will have no effect. If it is set to 1, the associated axis will not move when Power Up/Restart, Home G28 or Auto All...

  • Page 220

    215 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20112 DSBL SCALE Z - Disables the linear scale Z test.3 B ZERO AXIS TC - Returns axis to the position specified by the Tool Changer Offset parameter prior to a tool change. On mills with a gimbaled spindle, this bit must be set to 1 on the A and B ax...

  • Page 221

    Parameters216 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011273 Y SCREW COMP T. CONSTThermal compensation time constant, and is the time constant governing the rate of cool down of the screw.274 Z SCREW COMP T. CONSTThermal compensation time constant, and is the time constant governing the rate of cool dow...

  • Page 222

    217 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201126 C AXIS DRIVE - Enables M154 and M155. It must be set to 1 for all lathes with the C-axis.27 UNUSED . 28 VSMTC ENABLE . 29 DOOR SAFETY SW INV - Supports CE door interlock that locks when power is turned off. For machines with door lock that lock...

  • Page 223

    Parameters218 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201119 DEL:Y SWITCH ON FLY - Enables switching on the fly, as the spindle motor is accelerating or decelerating through the switch point. If bit 18 is not set, this switch will be ignored.20 5 AX TOFS -X - Used with G143 (modal 5 axes tool length comp...

  • Page 224

    219 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011286 Y LINEAR SCREW OFFSSee Parameter 285 for description.287 Z LINEAR SCREW OFFSSee Parameter 285 for description.288 (M) A LINEAR SCREW OFFSSee Parameter 285 for description. N/A for lathes.289 (M) B LINEAR SCREW OFFSSee Parameter 285 for descrip...

  • Page 225

    Parameters220 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011298 (L) Y AX RTAP BACKLASH This parameter is normally set to zero, but can be adjusted by the user (to a number typically between 0 and 1000) to compensate for play in the center of the main spindle. It takes effect during G95 Subspidle Rigid Tap ...

  • Page 226

    221 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011307 (M) POCKT UN/LOCK DELAYSupports side-mount tool changers. It specifies the time allowed (in milliseconds) to lock or unlock a tool pocket. For mills without a side-mount tool changer, this parameter should be set to 0.308 (M) ARM ROTATE TIMESu...

  • Page 227

    Parameters222 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20115 DOOR OPEN SWITCH - Ensures that when the door is opened automatically, it opens all the way. It is intended to be used in conjunction with an automatic parts loader. If this bit is set to zero, the control behaves as before. If this bit is set t...

  • Page 228

    223 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201130 RND5 HANDWHEEL - This parameter is intended for tool room machines. When zero, the machine behaves as before. When set to 1, and the user is jogging an axis using the manual handle-wheels, the position displays will be rounded to .0005. This wi...

  • Page 229

    Parameters224 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201113 SAFTY SWITCH - When set to zero, the control behaves as normal. When it is set to 1, the Toolroom Mill’s safety switch must be pressed by the operator for controlled motion to start or continue.14 FOURTH AXIS - Prevents unauthorized use of th...

  • Page 230

    225 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011318 (L) GEAR MOTOR TIMEOUTSupports Haas Servo Bar 300 bar feeder. This is timeout value for gearmotor operations. Units are in milliseconds.318 (M) APC PAL. CHAIN TIMETime required to cycle the chain. It should be set to 8000. Units are millisecon...

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    Parameters226 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011331 B SCALES PER INCHUsed on machines equipped with linear scales. 333 X SCALES PER REVUsed on machines equipped with linear scales.334 Y SCALES PER REVUsed on machines equipped with linear scales.335 Z SCALES PER REVUsed on machines equipped with...

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    227 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011353 (L) MAX SUBSPINDLE rpm Maximum rpm available to the subspindle, and works in conjunction with parameters 570 and 571.354 (L) U SWITCH ASee Parameter 1 for description. 371 U ACC/DEC T CONSTExponential acceleration time constant. Units are 1/10...

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    Parameters228 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20115 AIR BRAKE - With A only, indicates air brake is used.6 DISABLE Z T - Disables encoder Z test (for testing only).7 SERVO HIST - Graph of servo error (for diagnostics only).8 INV HOME SW - Inverted home switch (NC switch).9 INV Z CH - Inverted Z c...

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    229 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011391 V P GAINProportional gain in servo loop.392 V D GAINDerivative gain in servo loop.393 V I GAINIntegral gain in servo loop.394 X RATIO (Steps/Unit)Number of steps of encoder per unit of travel. Encoder steps supply four (4) times their line cou...

  • Page 235

    Parameters230 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011408 V PHASE OFFSETThe motor phase offset for V motor. Constant value, the value has no units.409 V PHASE OFFSETShifts the effective position of the encoder Z pulse. It can correct for a motor or home switch positioning error.410 V EXACT STOP DIST....

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    231 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011422 V SCALES PER INCHUsed on machines equipped with linear scales.423 V SCALES PER REVUsed on machines equipped with linear scales.424 V SPINDLE THERM COEF.Supports Spindle Head Thermal Compensation feature.426 W SWITCH AParameter 1 is a collectio...

  • Page 237

    Parameters232 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201126 2 EREV/MREV - The 2 EREV/MREV and 3 EREV/MREV bits have two definitions, depending on whether one or two encoders are present. For single encoder systems, the bits are used to define the ratio between the electrical rotation of the spindle moto...

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    233 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011439 W DEAD ZONEDead zone correction for driver electronics. Units are 0.0000001 seconds.440 W IN POSITION LIMITHow close the motor must be to the endpoint before any move is considered complete when not in exact stop (G09 or G61). Units are encode...

  • Page 239

    Parameters234 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20117 MAX TRAV INP . 8 NO ZERO/NOHOME - Intended for lathes that have extra tools mounted on the outside of the turret. If this bit is set to zero, it will have no effect. If it is set to 1, the associated axis will not move when Power Up/Restart, Ho...

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    235 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201120 (L) TRAVL LIMITS - Travel limits are used.20 (M) CK TRAVL LIM A - Rotary travel limits are used. On mills with the Gimbaled Spindle (used on the VR series mills), A and B axes CK TRAVL LIM must be set to 1.21 (L) NO LIMSW ALM - Alarms are not g...

  • Page 241

    Parameters236 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011allowable error in Hz between commanded speed and actual speed. The purpose of this parameter is to prevent “motor runaway” in case of phasing reversal or bad parameters.471 Tt FUSE LEVELLimits average power to motor. If not set correctly, thi...

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    237 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011487 Tt TOOL CHANGE OFFSET488 Tt LEAD COMP 10E9490 Tt SWITCH B Parameter 562 is a collection of single-bit flags used to turn servo related functions on and off. The left and right cursor arrows are used to select the function being changed. All va...

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    Parameters238 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20116 DISABLE Z T - Disables encoder Z test (for testing only).7 SERVO HIST - Graph of servo error (for diagnostics only).8 INV HOME SW - Inverted home switch (NC switch).9 INV Z CH - Inverted Z channel (normally high).10 CIRC. WRAP. (L) - When Parame...

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    239 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011499 C P GAINProportional gain in servo loop.500 C D GAINDerivative gain in servo loop.501 C I GAINIntegral gain in servo loop.502 X RATIO (Steps/Unit)Number of steps of encoder per unit of travel. Encoder steps supply four (4) times their line cou...

  • Page 245

    Parameters240 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011516 C PHASE OFFSETThe motor phase offset for C motor. Constant value, the value has no units.517 C GRID OFFSETShifts the effective position of the encoder Z pulse. It can correct for a motor or home switch positioning error.518 C EXACT STOP DIST.T...

  • Page 246

    241 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011531 C SCALES PER REVUsed on machines equipped with linear scales.532 C SPINDLE THERM COEF.Supports Spindle Head Thermal Compensation feature.534 Ss SWITCH AParameter 1 is a collection of single-bit flags used to turn servo related functions on and...

  • Page 247

    Parameters242 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201126 2 EREV/MREV - The 2 EREV/MREV and 3 EREV/MREV bits have two definitions, depending on whether one or two encoders are present. For single encoder systems, the bits are used to define the ratio between the electrical rotation of the spindle moto...

  • Page 248

    243 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011encoder steps per mechanical revolution of the encoder. Its purpose is to specify the resolution of the spindle motor encoder. This parameter is used in conjunction with Parameter 176 bits 25 and 26, which control the ratio between the electrical ...

  • Page 249

    Parameters244 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20110 A LIN SCALE EN - Enables linear scales for the A-axis.1 A INVRT LN SCL - Inverts the A-axis linear scale.2 UNUSED - Unused3 TH SNSR COMP - Used for Ballscrew Thermal Compensation via a temperature sensor attached to the ball nut. When this bit i...

  • Page 250

    245 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011578 (L) SS HIGH GR MIN SPDCommand speed used to rotate subspindle motor when orienting subspindle in high gear. Units are maximum subspindle rpm divided by 4096.579 (L) SS LOW GR MIN SPDCommand speed used to rotate subspindle motor when orienting ...

  • Page 251

    Parameters246 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011592 B ENC. SCALE FACTORSee Parameter 588 for description.593 C ENC. SCALE FACTORSee Parameter 588 for description.594 U ENC. SCALE FACTORSee Parameter 588 for description.595 V ENC. SCALE FACTORSee Parameter 588 for description.596 W ENC. SCALE FA...

  • Page 252

    247 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Pallet Changer Parameter 605 Parameter 606APC (Pallet Ready button) 0 2APC (Schedule Pallet Buttons) 2 2Rotary Pallet Changer (HS 1/2) 1 2Quad APC 2 4MDC-1 / EC300 3 2EC400 4 22 Pallet APC 2 2611 (L) BAR FEEDER TYPESuppo...

  • Page 253

    Parameters248 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011620 X PLUS TRAVEL LIMITNote that only Parameters 623 and 624 for the A and B axes are intended to be used, and only on Trunnion Mills (VF5TR and VF6TR) where it is necessary to place the home switch in the middle of the travel range (in order to k...

  • Page 254

    249 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011633 Y AXIS MOCON CHANNELSame as Parameter 632. Set to 7 on machines originally shipped with 5.02 and later software.634 Z AXIS MOCON CHANNELSame as Parameter 632 Set to 2 on 5.02 and later software.635 A AXIS MOCON CHANNELSame as Parameter 632 Set...

  • Page 255

    Parameters250 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011649 C INDEXER INCREMENTSee Parameter 644.650 U INDEXER INCREMENTSee Parameter 644.651 V INDEXER INCREMENTSee Parameter 644.652 W INDEXER INCREMENTSee Parameter 644.653 Sp INDEXER INCREMENTSee Parameter 644.654 Tt INDEXER INCREMENTSee Parameter 644...

  • Page 256

    251 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011tecting the indexer Down-switch. If the parameter is zero, the feature is backward compatible.669 Y INDEXER DOWN SETTLESee parameter 668670 Z INDEXER DOWN SETTLESee parameter 668671 A INDEXER DOWN SETTLESee parameter 668672 B INDEXER DOWN SETTLESe...

  • Page 257

    Parameters252 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011sation is based on a table of 512 offsets; each +\-127 encoder steps. A single entry in the table applies over a distance equal to two raised to this parameter power encoder steps.686 U LEAD COMPENS SHIFTLead screw compensation shift factor. Shift...

  • Page 258

    253 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20111=Y axis, etc.0 - MOCON ONE X P6 . 1 - MOCON ONE Y P7 . 2 - MOCON ONE Z P8 . 3 - MOCON ONE A P9 . 4 - MOCON ONE B P30 . 5 - MOCON ONE C P31 . 6 - MOCON TWO X P6 . 7 - MOCON TWO Y P7 . 8 - MOCON TWO Z P8 . 9 - MOCON TWO A P9 . 10 - MOCON TWO B P39 ...

  • Page 259

    Parameters254 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20116 Super2 VSMTC, using TT-axis7 Chain Type8 Mori Side-Mount Tool Changer9 Manual Tool Changer711 (M) POCKET UP SETTLESupports a vertical mill side-mount tool changer. It specifies the amount of time, in 50ths of a second, a carousel is to wait afte...

  • Page 260

    255 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011727 (M) APC CHAIN MIN TIMEDefines the time to wait before some switch fault checks are to begin. It should be set to 3000 on all APC mills and zero on all others. The units are milliseconds.728 (L) Peak Sub SP PWR KWUsed to calculate subspindle lo...

  • Page 261

    Parameters256 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201130 BRFEED SP LK/SB EOB . 31 CONVEYR OVERCURRENT . 734 (M) INPUT MASK (Used for the Office Mills) 0 TOOL CHANGER IN . 1 TOOL CHANGER OUT . 2 TOOL #1 IN POSITION . 3 LOW TSC PRESSURE . 4 TOOL IN POSITION . 5 SPINDLE HIGH GEAR . 6 SPINDLE LOW GEAR ....

  • Page 262

    257 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20112 EXTENDED MEMORY - Provides access to the full 16 megabytes of memory, if installed. When set to 0, usable memory is limited to 1 megabyte. Note that to set this bit to 1 requires an unlock code. A separate unlock code is also required to set thi...

  • Page 263

    Parameters258 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011746 COLOR RUNPROG 3See Parameter 744747 PALLET POOL LIFT DOWN DWELLSpecifies the dwell time, in milliseconds, to wait after the switch indicates that the lift is down before “down” is as-sumed.748 PALLET POOL LIFT UP DWELLSpecifies the dwell t...

  • Page 264

    259 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011762 X AXIS AIR BRAKE ON DELAY 763 Y AXIS AIR BRAKE ON DELAY 764 Z AXIS AIR BRAKE ON DELAY 765 A AXIS AIR BRAKE ON DELAY 766 B AXIS AIR BRAKE ON DELAY 767 C AXIS AIR BRAKE ON DELAY 768 U AXIS AIR BRAKE ON DELAY 769 V AXIS AIR BRAKE ON DELAY 770 W A...

  • Page 265

    Parameters260 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011806 PROBE ARM RELAYSpecifies the IOPCB Relay used to extend or retract the probe arm (see M104 and M105).807 DOOR OPEN SW DELAYSpecifies a delay in 50ths of a second that stops door motor and clutch after door reaches the open-door switch.808 (L) ...

  • Page 266

    261 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011819 SPINDLE LUBE TIME INTERVALSpecifies the maximum number of minutes of spindle run-time, after which the spindle will be lubricated. No lubrica-tion will be done if the machine is not running. This parameter is activated when parameter 817 is 2....

  • Page 267

    Parameters262 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011833 HI INTENSITY LIGHTSpecifies the output relay to switch the high-intensity light (HIL) on and off.834 AXIS MINIMUM RISE DELAYUsed with grease reservoir type 3 in parameter 810. Specifies the minimum wait time in milliseconds for the grease pres...

  • Page 268

    263 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011846 SHOCK SENSOR LOW PASShock sensor low pas.849 LIGHT TYPESpecifies how high intensity light (HIL) and worklight will operate. When set to 1, each light will have its own mo-mentary button. When set to 0, the two lights share a common switch.0 is...

  • Page 269

    Parameters264 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Phase Advance ParametersSupports a phase advance algorithm that produces maximum torque from the axis motors. The parameter values represent the phase advance angle at the maximum RPM of each axis servo motor (3000 RPM) in electrical de-grees. The...

  • Page 270

    265 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011932 X EREV PER MREV 933 Y EREV PER MREV 934 Z EREV PER MREV 935 A EREV PER MREV 936 B EREV PER MREV 937 B EREV PER MREV 938 U EREV PER MREV 939 V EREV PER MREV 940 W EREV PER MREV 941 Sp EREV PER MREV 942 Tt EREV PER MREV 943 Ss EREV PER MREV 948 ...

  • Page 271

    Parameters266 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20111000-1011 DERIVATIVE CONTROL LOW PASS FILTER CUTOFFThis parameter enables the IIR low pass filter to be applied to the derivative component of a servo error to reduce high-frequency noise or vibration. Units are Hz from 1 to 2000.1016 X DEADBANDDe...

  • Page 272

    267 Parameters96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011BALLSCREW COMPENSATION (MILLS)Separate ballscrew compensation is provided for each of the X, Y, and Z axes. Operator-entered values are spaced at 0.5 inch intervals within the machine coordinate system. The compensation values are entered in inche...

  • Page 273

    268 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011VERTICAL MILL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONSMACHINE REQUIREMENTSMachine footprints and operating dimensions are available in the brochure and the anchoring addendumGENERAL REQUIREMENTSOperating Temperature Range 41°F to 104°F (5 to 40°C)Storage T...

  • Page 274

    269 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Input power to the machine must be grounded. For wye power, the neutral must be grounded. For delta power, a central leg ground or one leg ground should be used. The machine will not function properly on ungrounded power. (This is not a factor w...

  • Page 275

    270 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Forklift with the following specifications:VF-1 VF-2VF-3VF-4 VF-5/40 VF-5/50 VF-6VF-7VF-8VF-9VF-10 VF-11Machine Weight 7,100 7,300 12,500 13,300 14,60016,100 21,000 23,000 24,000 25,000 28,000 29,400Fork Length8'8'8'8'8'8'8'8'8'8'8'8'* The fork...

  • Page 276

    271 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011UNPACKING THE MILL1. Remove plastic cover.CAUTION! Do not put pressure on the top of the machine as you remove the plastic.2. Remove the coolant tank and the cleats that held it in place. PalletShock MountRubber PadCouplerAssemblyShippingBracke...

  • Page 277

    272 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20113"BIJURMin. 6"Clearance VF 1 and 2 VF 3 through 111. Lift the machine clear of the pallet.2. Thread the leveling screws through the casting until they extend about an inch out of the bottom of the machine. If a scre...

  • Page 278

    273 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011SHIPPING BOLTS - DOORS (VF/VM/VR)Remove and discard shipping bolt from the inside both doorsUNSECUREDDOOR SECUREDDoorShoulder ScrewRemovedINITIAL SETUPWARNING!AT THIS POINT, THERE SHOULD BE NO ELECTRICAL CONNECTION TO THE MACHINE. ELECTRICAL PAN...

  • Page 279

    274 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011AIR CONNECTION CAUTION! Working with the air service required for a mill can be hazardous. Make sure that pressure has been removed from the air line before connecting/ disconnect it from the machine, or servicing parts of the air system.1. W...

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    275 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011NOTE: Wide voltage fluctuations are common in many industrial areas; you need to know the minimum and maximum voltage which will be supplied to the machine while it is in operation. The U.S. National Electrical Code specifies that machines shou...

  • Page 281

    276 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011T5 TransformerMainCircuitBreaker340-380V381-440V180-220V441-480V221-240VCIRCUIT BREAKER AND CONNECTCORRESPONDING CONNECTORSUPPLIED SHORTING PLUG TOMEASURE VOLTAGEATMAINON THIS TRANSFORMERWARNING:T5 24VACDANGER!!!HIGHVOLTAGEDANGER!!!488-458V457-4...

  • Page 282

    277 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011PASSFAILPHASE DETECT(FOR3 PHASE ONLY)NE5NE6WARNING!All power must be turned off at the source prior to adjusting phasing.9. Turn off the power, close the door, lock the latches, and turn the power back on.10. Remove the key from the control cab...

  • Page 283

    278 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Input Voltage Range Tap423-440 1 (504)412-422 2 (492)401-411 3 (480)391-400 4 (468)381-390 5 (456)371-380 6 (444)355-370 7 (432)MACHINE POWER ONRemove Shipping BracketsCAUTION! DO NOT press POWER UP/RESTART on the control panel wh...

  • Page 284

    279 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Pendant Stop(Rotated 180 )8ShippingBracketExisting ScrewExistingScrewsPendantStopPOWER ON1. With the main switch on the electrical panel set to ON, press and release POWER ON at the upper left of the control panel. You will hear a click in the b...

  • Page 285

    280 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20115. Once the Z-axis is working correctly (it operates smoothly and there are no strange noises, etc.), make sure that all alarms are clear — check for the “ALARM” message at the lower right of the screen. Next, close the doors and press and...

  • Page 286

    281 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20113"(75 mm)3.75"(95 mm)Floor to Base Gap (14-2462)Floor to Base Gap (14-2010)2. Install the two center leveling screws, ensuring that they do not touch the floor. Screw the jam nuts onto the leveling screws, but do not tighten them down...

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    282 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Fine Leveling11. With the table centered, place the bubble level in the center of the table parallel to the Y-axis. Using the jog handle, move the Y-axis, stopping at the front, middle, and back of the travels. The objective is to adjust the lev...

  • Page 288

    283 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20117. Connect the air lines (2) at each end of the air cylinder. IMPORTANT! The air line from the bottom fitting of the lube/air panel connects to the rear fitting on the air cylinder. The air line from the top fitting of the lube/air panel connect...

  • Page 289

    284 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011VMC OutriggersFrontBaseCasting60"50" Outrigger Locations Outrigger Leveling Screw Locations1. Locate the leveling pads underneath the outrigger leveling screws. Grease the dimples and keep the screws at least 1/4" above the ...

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    285 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011LEVELING THE MDC-500Leveling of the machine is required to obtain the correct right angle geometry of the machine's X, Y, and Z axes. Incorrect level will result in out-of-round circle milling and incorrect linear interpolation.Leveling is done ...

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    286 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Fine LevelDuring fine leveling, place the level on the top of the column and note the position of the bubble. To achieve proper machine geometry, follow the instructions below and adjust the leveling feet as described so there is no perceptible ...

  • Page 292

    287 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20113. Orient the pump(s) and lower into the coolant tank as shown. Place supplied cover as shown. When not using a TSC pump, install a double lid in place of the single lid (see illustration).4. Position the coolant tank under the left side of the ...

  • Page 293

    288 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201110. If machine includes Through the Spindle Coolant option (TSC), attach the 3/4" (for VF/VM Series) or 1/2” (for VR and VS series) O.D. coolant line to the TSC pump.11. Fill coolant tank with water-based coolant only. Do not use mineral ...

  • Page 294

    289 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Optional Auxiliary Filter for TSC300 System HandleStandardPumpGate FilterSingleLidLevelSensorLidTSCPump HandleStandardPumpGateFilterSingleLidLevelSensorLidTSCPumpAuxiliaryFilterReplacementFilter BagHolder Standard TSC...

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    290 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20111. Connect the hose attached to the machine’s head to the hose connection on the Standard Coolant Pump.2. Separate the hose coming from the top of the Auxiliary Filter from the hose coming from the bottom. They have been connected together for...

  • Page 296

    291 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Chip chutemounting flangeChute orientationChip TroughEndMDC-500 CHIP CONVEYOR INSTALLATIONUnpacking1. Inspect the container for damage, open the container, and cut the bands holding the conveyor in place. Install the feet, leaving approximately ...

  • Page 297

    292 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20115. Install Air Knife into the head of the Chip Conveyor. Use the four supplied flanged button head cap screws to install the air knife in the head of the chip conveyor as shown. Install hose to the fitting on the air knife.FBHCS(x4)Air KnifeAsse...

  • Page 298

    293 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Remove the Lower Shipping Bracket1. Remove the lower bracket connecting the conveyor to the pan inside the machine.2. Replace the two hex head bolts in the conveyor, using care not to cross thread the rivnuts in the conveyor.Remove the Upper Shi...

  • Page 299

    294 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Assemble and Install the Safety Skirt1. Mount the skirt to the bracket. The seam in the skirt faces the conveyor as shown. 2. Mount the bracket to the conveyor. Connect PowerConnect the conveyor power twist-lock plug into the receptacle at the s...

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    295 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20112. Disconnect the conveyor power cable from the outlet at the side of the machine.3. Detach the conveyor power outlet from the machine enclosure and route it to the other side of the machine. Use the same screws to attach the outlet end to the e...

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    296 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011 A. The gaskets are in place on the seal plate and trough extension parts. B. The conveyor wings are put back in place and secured with the hex head screws. C. (VF-6 only)The adapter brackets are installed at each end of the conveyor.2. Insta...

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    297 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Crane ArmCAP. 1000lbs./ 450kg MAX.20HP VECTORDUAL DRIVEInstallation Procedure1. Remove the Crane Arm from the shipping base.2. Lift the Crane Arm into position. There is a hole in the Crane Arm specifically for lifting.3. Secure the Crane Arm to...

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    298 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011MainCircuitBreakerGroundLineL1L2 L3OPTIONAL AUXILIARY FILTER FOR TSC SYSTEMInstallation1. Hang the auxiliary filter assembly from the coolant tank handle and secure it with two 1/4-20 screws as shown.ToTSCFilterStandardPumpTSCPumpGateFilterStand...

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    299 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20111000 PSI THROUGH THE SPINDLE COOLANT INSTALLATION Place the 1000psi TSC assembly next to the coolant tank behind the machine with the hose connections facing the back of the machine. Use the following coolant schematic as an aid for hose routing...

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    300 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011112233(Elbow on StandardPump Outlet)TSC1000/ HPC1000 SetupINITIAL START-UPBefore using the 1000psi system the auxiliary filter must be primed. There are two ways to do this. The first is to run the standard coolant pump for 5 minutes. This will ...

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    301 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011WASHDOWN HOSE INSTALLATIONThe Tote Kit supplied contains a Washdown Hose Kit. This includes one Hose, one Nozzle, two (2) Hose Washers, and one “Y” connector. The nozzle should have a washer tied on to the handle. 1. Detach the washer from...

  • Page 307

    302 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011S5000M3; M99; M99;G04 P900.; %N200M97 P1000 L15M97 P2000 L15M30;The HSK 63A Faemat spindle requires a toolholder in the spindle and the chiller to be set at 20°C while the spindle is running.The spindle should be checked periodically...

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    303 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011• Loop cables individually, being careful to not force the cable into too sharp a bend and tie-wrap the loop. The cable bend radius should not be less than 4 times the diameter of the cable.• Place the loop in the cable out of sight, hidden ...

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    304 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011WARNING: Observe the 450-lb (204 kg) weight limit on the work platform, and understand that this limit includes the weight of the operator(s) standing on the platform and any objects they carry. Overloading the platform can lead to injury. INSTA...

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    305 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011FLOOR ANCHORING (OPTIONAL)Ø.625"The work platform can also be anchored to the floor. 1. Through the triangular access hole on either side of the platform, check for a Ø.625" hole in the flange on the inside bottom of the higher step....

  • Page 311

    Installation306 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011HORIZONTAL MILL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONSMACHINE REQUIREMENTSOperating Temperature Range 41°F to 104°F (5 to 40°C) Storage Temperature Range -4°F to 158°F (-20 to 70°C) Ambient Humidity: less than 90% relative humidity, non-condensing ...

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    307 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011AIR REQUIREMENTSThe mill requires a minimum of 100 PSI at 9 scfm at the input to the pressure regulator on the back of the machine. This should be supplied by at least a two horsepower compressor, with a minimum 20-gallon tank, that turns on whe...

  • Page 313

    Installation308 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011PalletShock MountRubber PadCouplerAssemblyShippingBracketSet ScrewAll set screws are needed forinstallationDO NOT DISCARD!Tools Required for Installation and Leveling ProcedureElectronic differential level, precision bubble level, calibrated to ...

  • Page 314

    309 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011The EC-1600 – 3000 can be lifted from the rear or on either side (pendant or tool changer) of the machine.CAUTION! Use caution when lifting the machine with a forklift not to damage the sheet metal aprons with the forks.1. Lift the machine unt...

  • Page 315

    Installation310 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011EC-3000 OUTRIGGERSEC-3000 outriggers are not attached to the machine, they are secured to the pallet for shipping. Remove the two outriggers from the pallet. Attach an outrigger to each end of the machine, using the supplied fasteners.UNBLOCKING...

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    311 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011UNBLOCKING EC-400 / EC-500 ABCD Shipping BracketTool Changer60-Pocket Tool Changer Shipping Bracket1. If equipped with a 60 pocket tool changer, remove the tool changer shipping bracket before moving any axis of the machine. Four bolts whi...

  • Page 317

    Installation312 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20112. Thoroughly clean the table and way cover mating surfaces, apply silicone gasket maker (P/N 99-4452) to the surfaces and refasten the way cover to the table.X-AxisShippingBracketOperator SideWaycover(4x) 1/2-13ShippingBracketScrews(8x) 10-32Wa...

  • Page 318

    313 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011PENDANT ARM SHIPPING BRACKET REMOVAL (EC-300 – EC-500)1. Remove the pendant shipping bracket, there are three screws holding it in place.2. Replace the pendant stop; orient it as shown in the illustration. Use the screws removed from the shipp...

  • Page 319

    Installation314 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201150-Tool Tool Changer BracketsThere are two brackets (upper and lower) that need to be removed before using the machine. Make sure that the machine is completely turned off before removing the brackets. To remove the brackets, unscrew the two SHC...

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    315 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20113. Start the compressor and set it between 100 and 150 PSI. Set the main regulator on the machine to 85 to 90 PSI. * (EC-400 and EC-630 pallet changer regulator is set to 100psi). Verify the air doubler, at the rear of the machine is set to 40ps...

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    Installation316 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20112. After the line voltage is connected to the machine, make sure that main circuit breaker (at top-right of rear cabinet) is OFF. Turn ON the power at the source. Using an accurate digital voltmeter and appropriate safety procedures, measure the...

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    317 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Electrical power must be phased properly to avoid damage to your equipment. The Power Supply Assembly PC board incorporates a “Phase Detect” circuit with neon indicators. When the orange neon is lit (NE5), the phasing is incorrect. If the gr...

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    Installation318 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011The transformer is 480V to 240V isolation transformers with delta wound primary and secondary windings. The primary windings offer 7 tap positions, 2 above and 4 below the nominal input voltage of 480V. The primary side should be wired as follow...

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    319 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011LEVELING THE EC-300 / ES-5Verify that the four corner feet are supporting the machine and screw the four leveling screws at the corners through the base until the base is 3” to 3 1/2” above the floor. Verify that the coolant tank slides unde...

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    Installation320 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20115. Repeat the axis roll verification as necessary until no roll is perceptible in either the X- or Z-axis.Pitch1. Tighten the middle leveling screws until they are just touching the leveling pads (very light pressure).2. Position the level paral...

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    321 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20114. Position the level on center of the pallet, parallel to the Z-axis. Adjust the left-front leveling screw to read +/-.0005”.Fine Leveling1. Jog pallet (Z-axis) to back of machine. Position the level on the center of the pallet parallel to th...

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    Installation322 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011Machine Front12345678EnclosureZ-AxisX-Axis1. Disconnect rear Z axis cover from column to allow access to the Z axis linear guides. Level the base checking off of both Z axis linear guides with the level parallel to Z axis.2. Place the level on ...

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    323 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201111. Raise or lower screws 1 and 2 equally, and repeat, until readings between blocks without rotating the A- axis platter are within .0001”.12. Remove roll from the Z-axis. Place a level on a 6” square of granite, or suitable block, inside t...

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    Installation324 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011NOTE: If Z-axis pitch cannot be adjusted to a tolerance that allows for correct geometry; it is necessary to determine the cause for error in Z-axis flatness, and to take necessary steps to correct the problem. Normally this is due to a bow in ...

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    325 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20118. Hang a 40 lb (18.2 kg) weight from the pocket side of the arm. Hang the weight from the hole closest to the pocket. This will preload the arm.9. Continue to move arm toward spindle. Watch double arm as it approaches spindle. The spindle dogs ...

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    Installation326 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011TOOL CHANGER ENCLOSURE INSTALLATIONEC-630 The EC-630 tool changer enclosure is first assembled, then secured to the machine on the tool changer side. Tool Changer Enclosure Assembly1. Connect the first side panel to a front panel. The side panel...

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    327 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20111. Remove screws securing the front and rear access covers (may be removed as one piece). Remount access covers so they protrude out from the enclosure. The window should be toward the front of the machine.MACHINE GEOMETRY VERIFICATIONSPINDLE SW...

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    Installation328 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011If the A-axis is an indexing axis, (not a full 4th rotary axis) remove the 1-2-3 block while indexing between readings to provide clearance for platter pop-up.NOTE: The readings are not to exceed 0.0005”.2. To check the platter face runout, c...

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    329 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011NOTE: If the X-axis roll, Z-axis pitch and roll, and the indication in the Z-axis across the platter or table are correct, the column square should also be within specification, or very close to it. Small adjustments to the leveling can be mad...

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    Installation330 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20112. The Coolant Level Float Assembly is shipped in a separate box. It consists of a housing, float and cable. Install the Coolant Level Float Assembly by lowering the float through the tank lid. Line up the slots in the housing with the dimples o...

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    331 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011OIL/COOLANT SEPARATORThe oil/coolant separator may be shipped installed or no installed depending on the machine configuration.If the separator is not in place, install the assembly to the nipple on the base casting. Install the aluminum tube to...

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    Installation332 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20114. After machine start-up, check the operation of the auger to ensure the direction of rotation will move the chips toward the discharge tube. If the auger is turning so that the chips are not being moved toward the discharge tube, change the bi...

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    333 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011N/REVO.CSENSE140140BO.CSENSE140BCHIPC#11401401400ACHIPC#2CHIPC#3CHIPC#4ADJ#1NOOCR17R18P9TP2R15P8TP1P4U3R16Z2P6P7CR3R14P5R21R13R29CR2CR18-pin motor connection6-pin portPorts 1 and 2 on the chip conveyor board are 8-pin ports to which the cable ca...

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    Installation334 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CoolantTankChipConveyorTroughDischargeConveyorGap Cover(part of machine)ConveyorGasket Cover Chip Conveyor Exposed (Sheet Metal & Components Removed for Clarity) 4. Re-install the conveyor gap covers to the convey...

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    335 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CHIP CONVEYOR INSTALLATION (OPTIONAL) EC400 / EC-500Chip ShieldExtensionCoverExtension BoxEndWingSideWings (2)ConveyorPlugCable RestsIn Tray OnSide OfConveyorAuger Guards (2)1. Unpack the chip conveyor, the chip trough extension box, and extensi...

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    Installation336 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201195 GAL.TANKCHIPBASKET (2)MOUNTBKT (3)LID (2)CHIPCONVEYORJUNCTIONBOXCHIP CHUTEPLENUMDRAINRIGHT CHIPCONVEYOR COVER3. Slide the chip baskets onto the mounting brackets on the side of the conveyor.4. Put lids on both ends of the tank by the chip bas...

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    337 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20112. Press the MDI button and turn on TSC by pressing the AUX CLNT button. Quickly go to the back of the machine and check if the TSC pump motor is turning and pushing coolant through the clear intake hose. If it is, the machine is properly phased...

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    Installation338 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20114. Attach the Auxiliary Filter male connector (top hose) to female connector on the TSC Coolant Pump Assem-bly (Items labeled “1” in the previous illustration).5. Attach the Auxiliary Filter female connector (bottom hose) to the short hose w...

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    339 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20117. Connect the plastic tubing (ships tied to the Auxiliary Filter) from the connector labeled “Prime Line” on the TSC1000 connector panel to the small elbow fitting on the Standard Coolant Pump hose connector (items labeled “3” in the fo...

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    Installation340 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011LevelingScrewLoosen These Two Screws,Before Adjusting LevelingScrew.TopViewHardStopLevelingScrewMonitorLevelingScrew90º2. Tighten the two (2) screws on the end cap once the pendant is level.3. Rotate the pendant 90° forward and check the level...

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    341 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CoolantHoseWashdownHoseY-ConnectorCABLE HANDLING/STORAGEComplete the machine installation by looping and storing the extra lengths of electrical cables. Use the following techniques when dealing with excessive cable length.• Loop cables indivi...

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    Installation342 96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011WARNING: Observe the 450-lb (204 kg) weight limit on the work platform, and understand that this limit includes the weight of the operator(s) standing on the platform and any objects they carry. Overloading the platform can lead to injury. INSTA...

  • Page 348

    343 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011FLOOR ANCHORING (OPTIONAL)Ø.625"The work platform can also be anchored to the floor. 1. Through the triangular access hole on either side of the platform, check for a Ø.625” hole in the flange on the inside bottom of the higher step. If...

  • Page 349

    344 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011LATHE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONSMachine footprints and operating dimensions are available in the brochure and Pre-Installation GuideGENERAL REQUIREMENTSOperating Temperature Range 41°F to 104°F (5 to 40°C)Storage Temperature Range -4°F to...

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    345Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011WARNING!A separate earth ground wire of the same conductor size as the input power is required to be connected to the chassis of the machine. This ground wire is required for operator safety and for proper operation. This ground must be supplied ...

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    346 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011MOVING THE CRATETOOLS REQUIREDPrecision bubble level (0.0005 inch per 10") Test indicator (0.0005)1 1/8" hex wrench or ratchet 3/4" wrench1 1/2" wrench Claw hammerA forklift capable of lifting more than 9,000 pound...

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    347Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011UNPACKING THE LATHEUNCRATING1. Remove the cover. CAUTION! Do not put undue pressure on the top of the machine as you remove the cover.2. Remove the coolant tank. Remove the cleats that held them in place.PalletShock MountRubber PadCouplerAssemb...

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    348 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20113"(75 mm)3.75"(95 mm)Floor to Base Gap (14-2462)Floor to Base Gap (14-2010)4. Remove all banding and packing material around the control panel, monitor and doors.5. Remove foot switches from inside machine and attach cable to socket lo...

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    349Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20112. Jog the tool turret to the middle of travel in both X and Z-axis.3. At the rear of the machine, remove the top rear cover to expose the Z-axis linear guides (See figure 1).Figure 1Level the lathe in the Z-axis:4. Place a machinist’s level on...

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    350 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011 Figure 37. Level the lathe in the X-axis, using only the two front leveling screws. Machine level is within +/- 0.0005”.8. Jog the turret to home in the Z-axis only.Remove twist:Note: If available, a magnetic base on the face of the turre...

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    351Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011 Figure 414. Handle jog the Z-axis from home to max travel. Figure 5 Bolt-on Turret VDI Turret

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    352 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 201115. Use the front leveling screws to remove any twist. Adjust until it is within +/- 0.0005” over its full Z-axis travel range.Dual Spindle Lathes: Repeat steps 14 and 15 using the secondary spindle axis (B) to check for twist and correct as n...

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    353Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011SL-SERIES LEVELINGLeveling the machine is required to provide proper coolant and lubrication drainage and to ensure equal loading on all four of the casting feet for consistent cutting performance. Please read through entire sequence before start...

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    354 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011SUPPORT ARM END CAPThe tote kit Supplied will include one support arm end cap with an O-ring. The end cap is placed on the machine end of the controller support arm.End CapTHIN PENDANTThe thin pendant assembly is shipped in place on the front of...

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    355Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONSCAUTION! Working with electrical services required for the lathe can be extremely hazardous. The electrical power must be off and steps taken to ensure it is not turned on while working. In most cases this means turning of...

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    356 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20113. Check the connections on the transformer at the bottom-right corner of the rear cabinet. The three black wires labeled 74, 75, and 76 must be moved to the terminal block triple which corresponds to the average voltage measured in step 2 above...

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    357Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20116. After the power is on, measure the voltage across the bottom terminals on the main circuit breaker. It should be the same as the measurements where the input power connects to the main breaker. If there are any problems, check the wiring.7. Ap...

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    358 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011The transformer is 480V to 240V isolation transformers with delta wound primary and secondary windings. The primary windings offer 7 tap positions, 2 above and 4 below the nominal input voltage of 480V. The primary side should be wired as follow...

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    359Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20114. After machine start-up, check the operation of the auger to ensure the direction of rotation will move the chips toward the discharge tube. If the auger is turning so that the chips are not being moved toward the discharge tube, change PARAM 2...

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    360 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011OPTIONAL CHIP CONVEYORP381. Unpack the chip conveyor and locate the conveyor discharge cover. Remove the side and nose wings from the conveyor pickup area.2. Attach a lift to the hoist loops, raise the conveyor and reorient the caster wheels in ...

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    361Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011 3. Insert a plastic push wire mount into the hole in the tank lid, then route the cable towards the right side of the lathe. Use the plastic push wire-mounts as needed to ensure the cable does not get damaged. Tie wrap the coolant float cabl...

  • Page 367

    362 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011AUXILIARY FILTER FOR STANDARD COOLANT SYSTEMSFilter InletHoseAuxiliary Filter AssyCoolant HoseFrom Machine1. Place the Auxiliary Filter system next to the coolant tank of the machine. Connect the output of the Standard Coolant pump to the input ...

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    363Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011OPTIONAL AUXILIARY FILTER FOR HIGH PRESSURE COOLANTInstallation CoolantPickupAuxiliary Filter Assembly 1/4" O.D.PlasticHosePush-inElbowFilter OutletCable Tie1/4“ O.D.Plastic Hose45 ElbowReducerStreetTeePush-inElbowStandard Filtratio...

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    364 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20111. Connect the power cable for the pump assembly to an external source in order to power the motor. Note that the CNC control does not provide power to the pump motor. Customer supplied external power must be supplied at the time of installation...

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    365Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011ToTSCFilterStandardPumpTSCPumpGateFilterStandard Filtration SetupToSpindleHead From TSCPump (1)Gate FilterTo TSCPump (2)12To TSCFilter2. Connect the hose attached to the spindle head to the hose connection on the Standard Coolant Pump.3. S...

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    366 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011TSCCCTO MACHINEBYPASS HOSE TO COOLANT TANKCIACOOLANT INTAKE ASSEMBLYAFAF TANK ASSEMBLYCPCOVER PLATEGASUCTION GAGE, INTAKE FILTERP/AFA COOLANT PUMP &TANK ASSEMBLYCOOLANTTANKINTAKEHOSECIACPGAAFP/AFARACCCONTROL CABINETRAPRESSURE REGULATORTSC CA...

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    367Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011112233(Elbow on StandardPump Outlet)TSC1000/ HPC1000 SetupINITIAL START-UPBefore using the 1000psi system the auxiliary filter must be primed. There are two ways to do this. The first is to run the standard coolant pump for 5 minutes. This will f...

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    368 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011CAUTION! If the hydraulic pump is allowed to run for more than 30 seconds in this condition, serious damage will occur. When pressure reads zero, it means the machine is not properly phased, and the pump is rotating backward. If the pressure ga...

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    369Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 2011 5. Press the Reset button twice, or until there are no alarms. The message “Alarm” appears at the lower right of the screen if the machine has an alarm.NOTE: If any alarms are present and cannot be cleared with the Reset button, press the A...

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    370 Installation96-0284D© Haas Automation June 20112. Jog the Z-axis back and forth and adjust the pressure on the RF screw to remove roll from the Z-axis. Maximum acceptable roll deviation is 0.0005”/10 throughout the entire Z-axis travel.CRANE ARM INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR SL-30 AND SL-4...

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