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

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    1Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008SAFETY40Install lock-out claspand lock with padlockto secure CircuitBreaker in theOFF position.ONOFFREDWHTBLKTo avoid possible shock, make sure circuit breakers are appropriately locked off before attempting any electri-cal work.CAUTION! Working with the...

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    Electrical Service2 96-0284 rev E June 2008Machine can be powered on, but turns off by itself.• Check Settings #1 and #2 for Auto Off Timer or Off at M30.• Check alarm history for Overvoltage or Overheat shutdown. • Check AC power supply lines for intermittent supply. • Check low voltage...

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    3 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008• Amplifi er faulting out for valid reason, such as overtemp, overvoltage, or +/-12V undervoltage condition. This usually results from running a servo intensive program, or unadjusted 12V power supply. Adjust voltage to correct specifi cations or re...

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    Electrical Service4 96-0284 rev E June 20084. If the machine still has the program with the exclamation point or the control now refuses to load a good program, it may be necessary to clear memory and reload software.5. If problem persists, replace main processor board.Alarm 261, Rotary CRC Erro...

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    5 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008LINE VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENTSPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to adjust the line voltage.Tools Required: Large fl at tip screwdriver, Digital voltmeterNOTE: The machine must have air pressure at the air gauge, or a “Low Air Pres...

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    Electrical Service6 96-0284 rev E June 20082. After the line voltage is connected to the machine, make sure that main circuit breaker is off. Turn on the power at the source. Using an accurate digital voltmeter and appropriate safety procedures, measure the volt-age between all three pair phases...

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    7 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008WARNING!Through the Spindle Coolant (TSC) pump is a three phase pump and must be phased correctly! Improper phasing will cause damage to the TSC pump and void the warranty. Refer to the TSC start up section if your machine is equipped with TSC.6. After ...

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    Electrical Service8 96-0284 rev E June 2008FUSE REPLACEMENTPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any fuses.Some of the brushless amplifi ers have one 15 amp fuse, F1. If this fuse blows, the associated motor will stop; a light on the amplifi er will tell of a bl...

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    9 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 20084. 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).+5VGNDGNDAMPS+12V-12VMAIN 115V XFRMR90C90C90CAC GROUNDLOWVOLTPSDELTA-WYESERVOFANPROBEPS90C9...

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    Electrical Service10 96-0284 rev E June 2008LCD ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENTCAUTION! Use an electrostatic discharge (ESD) strap on wrist when working inside the pendant. 1. Turn the power off and disconnect power to the machine.2. Remove the screws holding the cover on the back of the control panel. Ta...

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    11 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008JOG HANDLEThe Jog handle is actually a 100-line-per-revolution encoder, used to move one axis at a time. If no axis is se-lected for jogging, turning the handle has no effect. When the axis moved reaches its travel limits, the handle inputs will be ign...

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    Electrical Service12 96-0284 rev E June 2008KEYBOARD BEEPERThere is a beeper under the control panel that is used as an audible response to pressing keyboard buttons and as a warning beeper. The beeper is a one kHz signal that sounds for about 0.1 seconds when any keypad key, Cycle Start, or Fe...

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    13 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 20083. Remove the screws from the front of the pendant. Take care to hold the cover in place until all screws have been removed. Remove the pieces and set aside in a safe place.4. Using a fl at, blunt tool, such as putty knife, pry the keypad away from th...

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    Electrical Service14 96-0284 rev E June 2008SOLENOIDSPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any solenoid assemblies.TOOL RELEASE PISTON (TRP) AIR SOLENOID ASSEMBLY (HORIZ & VERT)Removal1. Turn machine power on and raise spindle head to uppermost position, then ...

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    15 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008EC400Air SolenoidAssemblyMotor ShroudAir SolenoidAssemblySheet MetalTrayBasic Air Solenoid AssemblyAir Solenoid AssemblyWith TSC Feature AddedCheck Valve SwitchCheck Valve SwitchPre-ChargeInletTRP SolenoidTRPSolenoidPressureSwitchRegulatorTo TSCCheckVa...

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    Electrical Service16 96-0284 rev E June 20083. Reconnect the electrical leads to the main air line pressure switch.4. Restore the air supply to the machine.PNEUMATIC CHUCK/TURRET CLAMP/UNCLAMP SOLENOID (LATHE)Removal1. Turn machine power off and remove the air supply from the machine.2. Pneumati...

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    17 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008The smart amplifi er will calibrate utilizing the microprocessor that is present in each of the Smart Amplifi ers at power up. When power is applied to the Control Cabinet the Fault (Red LED) will illuminate and stay illumi-nated for a short time (ap...

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    Electrical Service18 96-0284 rev E June 2008MOCON, 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 ers go out...

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    19 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008VIDEO/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 select invers...

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    Electrical Service20 96-0284 rev E June 2008HALT Processor Halted in Catastrophic Fault. (Normally Dim) - If this light comes on, there is a problem with the Processor PCB. Check that the EPROM is plugged in. Test the card with buss connectors off.+5V +5V Logic Power Supply is Present. (Norma...

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    21 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 20084. Replace the I/O board, attaching it to the cabinet with the twelve screws previously removed, and recon-nect all leads to the I/O board. Check for any additional jumper settings per I/O release notes.POWER TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY (T1)The power transfor...

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    Electrical Service22 96-0284 rev E June 2008Secondary Connection To T1The secondary output from T1 is 115V AC three-phase CB2 that protects the secondary of transformer T1 and is rated at 25 amps. Optional 480V Transformer60Hz 50HzInput Voltage Range Tap Input Voltage Range ...

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    23 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLYThe low voltage power supply provides +5V DC, +12V DC, and -12V DC to all of the logic sections of the con-trol. It operates from 115V AC nominal input power, and continues to operate correctly over 90 to 133V AC.Low Voltage Pow...

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    Electrical Service24 96-0284 rev E June 2008RS-232 Loop Back TestIf you have a communications problem between Port #1 of the machine and your external computer, use the following procedure to isolate the problem to either internal or external causes.1. Unplug the cable from Port #1 of the Contro...

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    25 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 20084. Replace the RS-232 board by fi rst connecting the appropriate cable to the board (850 to Serial Port #1, 850A to Serial Port #2, then inserting the board (cable side up) through the left side panel. Attach with the two hex screws previously removed...

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    Electrical Service26 96-0284 rev E June 2008WIRING THE RELAYSRelays are marked on the I/O PCB, with their respective terminals forward of them. If the optional 8M relay board is installed, connections on the I/O PCB are unused, since they are replaced by relays on the optional board. Refer to th...

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    27 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008Tool #1 Sense SwitchThe tool rotation turret has a switch that is activated when tool one is in position or facing toward the spindle. At Power On this switch can indicate that tool #1 is in the spindle. If this switch is not active at power-on, the ...

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    Electrical Service28 96-0284 rev E June 2008To clear Flash Memory (Coldfi re Processor):Type “FC” and press enterThe following message will be displayed: ERASING FLASH – PLEASE WAIT… FIRST FLASH CHIP ERASED FLASH CLEAR COMPLETENOTE: This fl ash memory clear will not erase the ColdFire ...

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    29 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008Clearing Flash Memory:Clearing Flash Memory will solve problems caused by fragments of code left behind from previous binary or language fi les. The most common problem is BAD LANGUAGE VERSION alarm. To clear the fl ash memory, a value is entered to ...

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    Electrical Service30 96-0284 rev E June 2008DIAGNOSTIC DATAThe Alarm Msgs display is the most important source of diagnostic data. At any time after the machine com-pletes its power-up sequence, it will either perform a requested function or stop with an alarm. Refer to the Alarms chapter for th...

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    31 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008Discrete Outputs # Name # Name1100 Hyd Pump Enable 1116 Move Spigot CW1101 Spare 1117 Move Spigot CCW1102 Spare 1118 Pal Ready Light1103 Spare 1119 T.S. High Pressure1104 Spindle Brake 1120 Tool Turret Out1105 Coolant Pump on 1...

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    Electrical Service32 96-0284 rev E June 2008Analog DataName DescriptionSP LOAD Spindle load in %SP SPEED Spindle rpm CW or CCWRUN TIME Total machine run timeTOOL CHANGES Number of tool changesVER X.XXX Software version numberYY/MM/DD Today’s dateMDL SL- __ Model numb...

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    33 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008# Discrete Output Name # Discrete Output Name 1100 Powered Servos 1120 Unclamp Pre-Chrg 1101 Spare 1121 HTC Shuttle Out (Air Drive Shuttle in/ APC Door) 1102 Spare 1122 Brake 5TH Axis1103 Spare 1123 CE Door Lock 1104 Brake 4th Axis ...

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    Electrical Service34 96-0284 rev E June 2008The following inputs and outputs pertain to the Haas Vector Drive. If it is not enabled, these will display a value of *. Otherwise, it will display a 1 or 0. Spindle Forward Spindle Reverse Spindle Lock Spindle at Speed* Spindle Stopped Spindle Fault ...

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    35Cable List96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE LISTWIRE/TERMINAL FUNCTION NAME:NUMBER INCOMING POWER 195-260 VAC (353-488 VAC OPTIONAL)L1 INCOMING 195-260VAC, PHASE 1, TO CB1-1L2 INCOMING 195-260VAC, PHASE 2, TO CB1-2L3 INCOMING 195-260VAC, PHASE 3, TO CB1-371 PROTECTED 195-260 VAC FROM MAIN CB1...

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    36Cable List96-0284 rev E June 2008120 TSC OVER TEMP THERMAL SENSOR (Vert)121 THERMAL SENSOR SIGNAL122 THERMAL SENSOR RETURN123 SHIELD140 230VAC 3PH POWER TO CHIP CONVEYOR MOTOR141 PHASE A 230VAC142 PHASE B 230VAC143 PHASE C 230VAC144 STARTING WINDING 230VAC145 STARTING WINDING 230VAC1...

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    37Cable List96-0284 rev E June 2008250 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 CABLING FOR EC (Mi...

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    38Cable List96-0284 rev E June 2008430 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)460 APC #2 DOO...

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    39Cable List96-0284 rev E June 2008640 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 (SAME AS 610...

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    40Cable List96-0284 rev E June 2008690 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) (Mill)700 KEYB...

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    41Cable List96-0284 rev E June 2008750A 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 HANDLE750B-2 0VDC 750B-3 JOG HANDLE A CHANNEL 750B-4 JOG HANDLE A* CHANNEL...

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    42Cable List96-0284 rev E June 2008830 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 2843 SHIELD DRAIN850 SERIAL PORT #1 TO SERIAL KEYBOARD INTERFACE CABLE850A SERIAL PORT #2...

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    43Cable List96-0284 rev E June 2008900 LOW COOLANT STATUS (Mill) SPARE (Lathe)901 LOW COOLANT SIGNAL902 LOW COOLANT RETURN (D GROUND)903 SHIELD DRAIN910 115 VAC CIRCUIT BREAKER TO SOLENOIDS 911 LEG 1912 LEG 2913 SHIELD DRAIN910A 115VAC FROM CB4 ON MAIN POWER DIST. (Mill) SPARE 115 VAC (Lathe)910...

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    44Cable List96-0284 rev E June 2008990 HOME SENSORS991 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 SWITCH RETURN (Vert)...

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    45Cable List96-0284 rev E June 20081060 GROUND FAULT DETECTION SENSE INPUT1061 + INPUT FROM SENSE RESISTOR1062 - INPUT FROM SENSE RESISTOR1063 SHIELD DRAIN1070 SKIP INPUT FROM SENSOR (Vert & Lathe) PROBE INPUT OPTION (Horiz)1071 LOGIC COMMON (Vert & Lathe) PROBE SIGNAL (Horiz)1072 SKIP S...

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    Electrical Service4696-0284 rev E June 2008PCBS, 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.123123412345123456123456712345678...

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    47Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008MICROPROCESSOR PCB C76C75C74U41U37U7U1U2U38U39SUBASSYC40C39C37C38U24850A850U11U3BT1R52R53Y1S2U8U15C5D2D1LINE1:LINE2:LINE3:D3D4D5D6D7D8RUN38.4K9.6KBAUDADDRESS BUSDATA BUSC82128K512K1MB16MBU1U2U3U59C47C46C43C45BT2850A850U22Y1C7C91C94U60PAL4.9xU43U8LINE1:L...

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    Electrical Service4896-0284 rev E June 2008PLUG # 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 KEYBOARD DATA KEYBOARD I...

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    49Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008BRUSHLESS SERVO AMPLIFIER (P/N 32-5550F) FAULTPWR ONHAASServo Amplifier30ACAUTIONHIGH VOLTAGEABC-H.V.+H.V.POWER TOSERVO MOTOR335VDC(FROM HAASVECTOR DRIVE)SERVO DRIVECURRENT COMMAND( FROM MOCON)PLUG # CABLE # SIGNAL NAME TO LOCATION PL...

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    Electrical Service5096-0284 rev E June 2008SMART AMPLIFIER (P/N 93-5550J (30A) 93-3551J (45A)) LEDsABCH-H+PLUG # CABLE # SIGNAL NAME TO LOCATION PLUG #X AXIS AMPTB A, B, C ——- MOTOR DRIVE X SERVO MOTOR ——-SERVO PLUG 610 X DRIVE SIGNAL MOCON PCB P2TB -HV +HV ——-...

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    51Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM - HIGH/LOW VOLTAGE195-260V AC(353-480V AC)INPUTVIDEO, KEYBOARD, AND JOG(FLOPPY DRIVE & RJH)INPUT VOLTAGE195-260V AC(353-480V AC)MAINPOWERDISTRIBUTION115V ACPOSITION DATA115V AC230V ACCMDS230V ACSPINDLE COMMANDSSPINDLE ENCODER335...

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    Electrical Service5296-0284 rev E June 2008POWER PCB VERSION K/L+5VGNDGNDAMPS+12V-12VMAIN 115V XFRMR90C90C90CAC GROUNDLOWVOLTPSDELTA-WYESERVOFANPROBEPS90C94/N95115V SPARES115VINPUT90A90C9690A90A92A90C90C3PH 115V TO IOPCBWORKLIGHTGFI/90GFI-12VGND+12VCOOLANT PUMP-12VSWDOORFANMONITOR+12VGND+12V90A9...

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    53Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008OFFICE MILL POWER SUPPLYJP1FAULT860A+12V12VRTNQ3U1CR6C1TP3DZ4CR4C12C14T1TP2U4LE2C19CR10CR5C11U3CR12320VRTNTP1K1230VACCR7REGENC31ISPVOLTMONBL320VPS970U6U5U7CR9U8C28P5R1U9R5CR18CR2VR1U2CR3DZ3C13R21Q2DZ2CR1320VDCC3R7R14Q1R23HIGHVOLTAGEPRESENTDZ1LE1C9C7C8C1...

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    Electrical Service5496-0284 rev E June 2008I/O PCB VERSION W, Z, AAP78CR5P60PROBECHIPC EN/REVCR11P18P821040/AP29470SPARE9REMUNCLA/BCEDOORLOCK-A/BP30P71PHLSSPARE10P28480SPARE8SPARE7P26460P27450P25SPARE6SPARE4440P24420P23P21SKIPSPARE31070240P22REMUNCLA/BSPARE2190190AP20790P19LO OILTSC PURGE270P33H...

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    55Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008PLUG # CABLE # TO LOCATION PLUG #P10 100 M-FinP11 970 VD Over Volt VD J1P12 950 Low Air/Low Oil/VB low chill pressureP12 (Lathe) 950 Low Air/Hyd. pressureP13 960 Low LubeP14 830 Regen OverheatP15 890 SPDB Open/ClosedP15 (Lathe) 890 Spare/Gearb...

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    Electrical Service5696-0284 rev E June 2008PLUG # CABLE # TO LOCATION PLUG #P37 140A Chip Conv EnableP37 (Lathe) 140A Not UsedP38 140 Chip ConveyorP39 160 230V Coolant, Chip Conv Power PSUP P21P39 (Lathe) 160 250V for Chip Conv.P40 300 250V Oil Pump/LuberP40 (Lathe) 300 SP Fan/Oil Pump...

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    57Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008PLUG # CABLE # TO LOCATION PLUG #P68 310 Pallet CW/CCW, Auto Door openP68 (Lathe) 310 APC Door openP69 220 Air Door, Pckt Up/Down,VR Shtle Out, VB ClamshellP69 (Lathe) 220 C-axis EngageP70 530 Outputs Cable 16-23 MOCON P13P71 500 N/AP72 770C E ...

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    Electrical Service5896-0284 rev E June 2008MACRO CABLE HORIZONTAL VERTICAL LATHE1007 770 P5/6/7 E-Stop E-Stop E-Stop1008 1050 P8/9 (O) Door Open (O) Door Open Door Open 1009 100 P10 M-FIN M-FIN M-FIN GR Plasma Confi rm1010 970 P11 Over Volt Over Volt Over Volt (not used)1011 950 P12 Low Air L...

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    59Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008MACRO CABLE HORIZONTAL VERTICAL LATHE1033 420 P23 Mori Man Tool Rls In/ (C) APC #2 Pin Clr #2 Pocket Up SMTC Arm OutEC-400 Pallet Unclamped1034 420 P23 Mori Tool 1/SMTC Arm CCW (C) APC #2 Pal #2 Home Tool One EC-400 Pallet Clamp Error1035 420 ...

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    Electrical Service6096-0284 rev E June 2008DISCRETE OUTPUTS+12VDC0VDCLE 1KI/O PCBMOCON PCBTypical 115/230V Output Circuit (Kxx)SOLENOID/PUMPVVHN115/230VNote that voltages other than 115/230V are provided by specialty output circuits. These are identified with an asterisk.MACRO RELAY CABLE HORIZO...

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    61Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008MACRO RELAY CABLE HORIZONTAL VERTICAL LATHE (SL) VOLTAGE1110 K11 810 P59 SMTC Crsl CW (EC) TC CW Auto Door Mtr Open 170VDC* TC In (HS) SMTC Crsl CW paired w/ K121111 K12 810 P59 SMTC Crsl CCW (EC) TC CCW Auto Door Mtr Close 170VDC* TC Ou...

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    Electrical Service6296-0284 rev E June 2008MACRO RELAY CABLE HORIZONTAL VERTICAL LATHE (SL) VOLTAGE1131 K32 140 P37/38 ChipC Rev ChipC Rev ChipC Rev 230V* paired w/ K311132 K33 M21 TB1 M-Fin M-Fin M-Fin Relay Shower Coolant (EC) GR Plasma Start Contact* Mori Notch Pin Out (H...

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    63Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008SERIAL KEYBOARD INTERFACE PCB WITH HANDLE JOG (34-4241B)SPKRBEEPThe Serial Keyboard Interface PCB (SKBIF) provides: • connection between the operator keypad and the main processor • differential receiver for video data • power for the backlight of...

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    Electrical Service6496-0284 rev E June 2008P3This connector is wired directly to the Cycle Start and Feed Hold buttons on the operator pendant front panel. The signals are sent to the SKBIF micro-controller (U8), where the data is processed and sent out over the RS-232 li...

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    65Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008J5This connector is not currently used.J6This connector receives video data from the Main Processor. The video data exits the SKBIF from J16 and is sent directly to the LCD panel.J7This connector is not currently used.J8This connector is wired to the...

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    Electrical Service6696-0284 rev E June 2008VIDEO & KEYBOARD PCB W/ETHERNET & USB DRIVE(33-0211B)(34-3406)J11J10J4P1J14J13J7D3ADDRESSJ5DATAJ12J8(1)HARDDRIVEKYBRDRP1U5J3(BATTERY)B10(ICOP CCA)(DOCU18U19RP4RP4U23J1U29U24U25U21J2U30U31U32C34C35Z1USBUSB Cable to PendantE-NET (RJ-45 Jack)PowerP...

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    67Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008MOCON PCBP19JU2P1P15U43INSTALL JUMPERFOR MOCON 2P24P16P10P12P11P14P13P18P20P6P7P8P9P30P31P33P32P5P4P3P2P34P26P21P17P22P27 P28P35PLUG # CABLE # SIGNAL NAME TO LOCATION PLUG #P1 ——- DATA BUSS VIDEO PCB ——- MICRO PROC. PCB ——-P...

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    Electrical Service6896-0284 rev E June 2008PLUG # 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 550 MOTIF INPUTS/I/...

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    69Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008WYE-DELTA SWITCH ASSEMBLIESCA7-372T3T26T1431NC22153L1L22132NCL3CA7-372T3T26T1431NC22153L1L22132NCL3A2A1A1A2DELTAWYE650BTo HaasVector DriveTOSPINDLEMOTOR650AWhiteBlackRedTo P53I/O PCBM CODE RELAY BOARD540/P1INPUT540/P6OUTPUTP3P2U9U7U2U4U1U3U10U11U6U532-3...

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    Electrical Service7096-0284 rev E June 2008PLUG # 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-FUNCTION M22 PROBE OPTION M24 spareP5 M25 spare M26 spare M27 spareP6 540B M CODE OUTPUT 2nd MCD P1HY...

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    71Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008TSC MOTOR DRIVE/HIGH PRESSURE COOLANT PCBOFFP4P1P2P3TSCMTRDRVCCA230V AC IN797877HS2R4Q3MTR OUTPUT230V ACOVR TMPMOTORENC3C4R9R6R7R10R11LE1Q2U3R3HS3HS1R1R8R5U1Q1C1C2R2U2CB1LINE1:LINE2:LINE3:PLUG # CABLE # LOCATION PLUG #P1 33-0941E 3ph coolant pump socket...

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    Electrical Service7296-0284 rev E June 2008QUAD APC ( 32-3078A) PCBAGNDTCLP2P3P4P5P6C21Q3 Q4CR7TP110A5A TP2J1Q6Q5Q1C28R25R26K1K2Q2R27K4K3Q7P6AP3AFU1FU2T1P1PLUG # 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 MotorRENISHAW TO...

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    73Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008OPERATOR PENDANTTOCONTROL CABINETPENDANTSUPPORTARM12V DCP5START/FEEDHOLDP3EMERGENCYSTOPFEED HOLDCYCLE STARTRS-232 INTERFACE24 PIN FLEX CABLESKBIFP2FRONT PANELKEYPADJ18USER'S AUX F-PANELJ1PALLET ROTATEPART READYJOG HANDLE12V DC+-+5VDC0 VDCA ENCB ENCP6AUX...

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    Electrical Service7496-0284 rev E June 2008HORIZONTAL MACHINE CONTROL CABINET WIRING DIAGRAMCONTROLCABINETCABLE90A90B7407607708501050NAME115VAC to LCD LVPS115VAC to Work Light SwitchPower On/OffVideo DataEmergency StopSKBIFDoor Switch WiringCABLE490B690BNAMESuper Speed Tool ChangerMotor PowerSup...

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    75Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008VERTICAL MACHINE CONTROL CABINET WIRING DIAGRAMCONTROLCABINETCABLE90A90B2807207407507701050NAME115VAC to LCD LVPS115VAC to Work Light SwitchRed/Green Status LightAnalog Speed Command to SpindlePower On/OffJog-Crank Data 'RJH'Emergency StopDoor Switch Wi...

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    Electrical Service7696-0284 rev E June 2008LATHE CONTROL CABINET WIRING DIAGRAMCONTROLCABINETCABLE90A90B7407607708501050NAME115VAC to LCD LVPS115VAC to Work Light SwitchPower On/OffVideo DataEmergency StopSKBIFDoor Switch WiringCABLE490B690BNAMESuper Speed Tool ChangerMotor PowerSuper Speed Tool...

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    77Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLESCABLE 71/72/73, POWER - K1 TO POWER SUPPLY (33-0952A)12.0 IN71-73 33-0952AOVR VLT PROTCPSUP P2573-L6K1-372-L5K1-271-L4K1-112345CABLE 77/78/79, 230V TRANSFORMER - POWER SUPPLY (33-0078B)48.0 INREDREDWHTWHT77-79 33-0078A230V OUTXFMR TB277-79 33-0078...

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    Electrical Service7896-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 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 80

    79Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 90A, 115V LCD LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY (33-8250)2.00 IN2133: GRN2: BLK1: REDLENGTH<LINE 1>115V LCD LVPS<LINE 3><LINE 1>115V LCD LVPSLCD LVPS TB1REDBLKGRN12.00 IN33-825033-825133-825233-825333-825433-825533-825633-825733-825833-8...

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    Electrical Service8096-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 90B FAN CORD - VECTOR DRIVE 2HD (33-1024A)29.0 INLOWER5.75 INUPPERFANFAN90B, 33-1024FAN CORD 2 HDPSUP P612CABLE 90B WORK LIGHT (33-2330)212:GRN1:BLK3:WHT90B, <ASSY. #>WORK LIGHTLAMP PLUG90B, <ASSY. #>WORK LIGHTFR PNL LAMP SWLENGTH5.00 ...

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    81Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 90C, 115V TRANSFORMER POWER SUPPLY - 8’ (33-6408)8.0 FT90C, 33-6408115V ACPSUP P1790C, 33-6408115V ACTRANS P2/P4REDBLK11: RED2: BLK123CABLE 90C, SPINDLE FAN - TL-15/SL-20 (33-8310C)LENGTH2: BLK1: RED213LABEL B90C, <ASSY #><LINE #2>&l...

  • Page 83

    Electrical Service8296-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 94/95/96, 115V 3PH TO POWER SUPPLY (33-0905E)50.0 IN2.0 IN22.0 IN94XFMR95XFMR96XFMR94-96 33-0905E115V 3PH OUTXFMR TB194-96 33-0905E115V 3PH INPSUP P1RED2.0 INWHTBLKBLKREDWHTGRN/YEL14CABLE 100, M-FIN FUNCTION W/MCD (33-0101)ASSY. #33-0100A33-030133...

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    83Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 140A, CHIP CONVEYOR ENABLE/REVERSE (33-0149)WHT<ENA>YELBLK<COM><REV>140A 33-0149CHIP ENA/REVHOPT PCB P5<COM><ENA><REV>YELWHTBLK140A 33-0149CHIP ENA/REVI/O PCB P37YELWHTBLK<COM><ENA><REV>140A 33...

  • Page 85

    Electrical Service8496-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 190, TOOL RELEASE (33-0190C)TOP VIEWSIDE VIEWREDBLKREDBLK1<LOGIC RETURN>SHIELD DRAIN190, <ASSY #>REM UNCLAMPREM UNCL SW190, <ASSY #>REM UNCLAMPI/O PCB <LINE3>LENGTH33-0190C33-3190C33-419033-5190A33-6190C33-7190C33-8190A33-8...

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    85Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008190/240/260/710/770A FRONT ENCLOSURE SIGNAL RECEPTACLE (32-6660B)STANDARD RECEPTACLESOCKET CONTACTS(SIDE VIEW)GRN/YEL <CHASSIS GND>REDBLKSHIELDREDBLKSHIELD4 COND 24AWG8: BLK5: GRN9: SHIELDREDBLK2 COND TP 22AWGBACK SIDE OF CONNECTOR95SW P5SW P2115V...

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    Electrical Service8696-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 210, FLOPPY DRIVE DTA VF0-2/VB-1 (33-0210A)REDSTRIP<FLOPPY DRIVE END>BACK VIEWOF SOCKETFRONT VIEWOF SOCKET210, ASSY #FL DR DATAFRNT PNL FLD210, ASSY #FL DR DATAVIDEO PCB J12SHLD DRNVIDEO J116.0 IN 22AWGREDSTRIP3: BLK <DRAIN>111CENTERKE...

  • Page 88

    87Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 240, PALLET UP/DOWN SWITCH (33-0113)PAL UPPAL DWN43213: BLK1: RED3" BLKJUMPER4: BLK43212: WHT3 IN240, 33-0113PAL UP/DWN SWI/O PCB P21240, 33-0113PAL UP/DWN SWPAL CHNGRPAL UPPAL DWNGNDSHLD12: RED3: WHT4: BLK11.50 FTCABLE 240/260/430/770A/790 ...

  • Page 89

    Electrical Service8896-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 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: SHIELD1 TP #18 AWGN: BLK [PAL RDY LITE RTN]M: RED [PAL RDY LITE]10: RED [PAL RDY LITE...

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    89Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 240/260/430/770A/790 AUX. FRONT PANEL SIGNAL RECEPTACLE (32-6667B)STANDARD RECEPTACLESOCKET CONTACTSSIDE VIEWBACK SIDE OF CONNECTOR95SW P5115V21BASGLHKJMNZPaRYXdcWFVEbeTUDC21G: GRN/YEL [GND]BLK [RTN]SHIELDWHT [PAL UNCLMP SW]RED [+12V]RED [PAL UNC...

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    Electrical Service9096-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 250 MORI T/C RECEPTACLE OUTPUTS (33-8155A)REARVIEW28154120148250 TOOLRELEASEI/O PCB P32REAR VIEWOF CONNECTOR54 IN33-8155A115V SOLENOIDSSMTC PCB P316 ARM CW/Y01210 M25 (SPARE)11 115V SW LINE (SPARE)12 CHASSIS GROUND (SPARE)13 115V COMMON14 ARM IN/Y...

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    91Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 280, HAAS BEACON (33-1035A)BLKWHTRED280, <ASSY.#>BEACON 115VBCON FRNT PNLSHLDREDBLKWHT4 3 2 1280, <ASSY.#>BEACON 115V<LINE 3>213ASSY. #MACHINELENGTHTOLERANCE<LINE 3>33-1035A33-1036A33-1037C33-1039C33-8160BVF0-5, SL20/30VF6-...

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    Electrical Service9296-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 310, DOOR OPEN (33-2300)ASSY. #MACHINELENGTH32-230032-230132-230232-230332-230432-230532-230632-230732-230832-230932-231032-231332-231432-231632-2320LATHESMM, SMMSL-10, MLSL-40SL-20, TL-15SL-30APC, APCQAPC, APCQAPCQAPCQMDC-1EC-400TL-1/2/3EC-400/50...

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    93Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 350A, HYDRAULIC PUMP CONTACTOR (33-0352B)BLKBLKREDREDA1 COILA2 COIL350A33-0352B115 HYD CNTCRCONTACTR COIL350A33-0352B115 HYD CNTCRI/O PCB P4912340"CABLE 390, 115V 4TH AXIS BRAKE (33-8511)1: SHLD2: RED3: BLK12364390, <ASSY.#><LINE 2&g...

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    Electrical Service9496-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 420/440/450/460/470/770B MORI T/C RECEPTACLE INPUTS (33-8150C)CHANGE SLIDELEFT (X004)CHANGE SLIDEHALF WAY (X006)770BI/O PCB P73RD E-STOPBLKRED1DRAINBLKWHT1YEL460I/O PCB P26BLKREDWHTBLKYEL152126REDBLK28BLKREDBLK25RED20BLK LOGIC GROUNDRED CNG SLIDE ...

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    95Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 510, I/O PCB TO MOCON - NO SHIELD (33-0515A)LABEL ALABEL BLENGTHSee Table16COND/28AWG<(LINE 1>RELAY CABLE<(LINE 3><(LINE 1><(LINE 2><(LINE 3>PIN 1RED EDGERED EDGEPIN 133-051533-052533-053533-0545ASSY. #LABEL A & B...

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    Electrical Service9696-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 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 33-1517A<L...

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    97Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 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 MARKER (SMTC TOOL #...

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    Electrical Service9896-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 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 GND>211REDGR...

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    99Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 700A, FEED HOLD/CYCLE START (33-0700A)15.0 IN13.0 IN2.5 INBLKBLKYELREDFEED HOLDN/O SW 3FEED HOLDN/O SW 4CYCL STRTN/O SW 4CYCL STRTN/O SW 32.5 INTP/22AWGTP/22AWG700A, 33-0700AC STRT/F HLDSKBIF P3BLKYELBLKRED1CABLE 710, FORWARD/REVERSE RELAY - OM-1 ...

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    Electrical Service10096-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 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 "-"REDBLKBLK...

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    101Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 740, ON/OFF F P (33-2741C)WHT742P-ONP-ON741BLK744P-OFFP-OFF743BLKRED740, <ASSY#>ON/OFF SWFRONT PNL SW4.0 INLENGTHGRNWHTBLKREDShield DrainASSY. #MACHINELENGTHTOLERANCE33-2741C33-4740C33-5740C33-6740CTM-1/2VF3-5SL-40VF6-1110.00 FT15.50 FT22....

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    Electrical Service10296-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 750C, JOG HANDLE ASSEMBLY (33-0750D)JOG HANDLE24.0 IN2.0 INSERIAL KB INT/REMOTE JOG PCB750C, 33-0750DJOG INT J1JOG HNDLBLKBLKYELBLKREDTP/22AWGTP/22AWGRJH-5B ENCRJH-3A ENCRJH-20 VDCRJH-1+5 VDC1BLK <B ENC>YEL <A ENC>BLK <0 VDC>RED...

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    103Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 780, SPINDLE OVERVOLTAGE (33-4047)1REDBLACKSHIELDREDBLACK780, 33-4047SP VD OVRVLTI/O PCB P16780, 33-4047SP VD OVRVLTSP VDR J11CABLE 790, TOOL PRESETTER HOME SWITCH “I/O S” SL-20/30 (33-0557A)ASSY. #33-0557A33-0757MACHINESL-20/30SL-40LENGTH8.0...

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    Electrical Service10496-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 820, 8-STATION TOOL TURRET STATUS (33-4820A)REDWHTBLKSHIELDGNDTC HOMETC MARK18I/O PCBP281WHTBLKSHIELDGNDUNLOCKED4I/O PCBP2820 33-4820ALUBE RACKT/S ENCODER10: WHT TOOL 18: RED TOOL MK7: BLK TOOL MK2: SHIELD2: SHIELD3: BLK GND5: WHT UNLOCKED611059....

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    105Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 850, SKBIF (33-0700B)FACE DOWNPIN 1RED STRIPERED STRIPELENGTHPIN 1FACE UP850, <ASSY. #>SKBIF RS232<LINE 3>850, <ASSY. #>SKBIF RS232PROCESSOR J4ASSY. #MACHINELENGTH<LINE 3>33-0700B33-6700A33-670233-670533-7700A33-8700BVF0-2...

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    Electrical Service10696-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 860, +5V/+12V/-12V/GND TO MOCON 1 (33-0865)17.0 INYEL <+12V>RED <+5V>BLK <GND>BLK <GND><LINE 1><LINE 2><LINE 3><LINE 1><LINE 2>MOCON PCB P15WHT <-12V>11ASSY #33-086533-0866LINE 1860, 33-...

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    107Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 860A, +5V/+12V/GND TO I/O PCB (33-0982)860A, 33-0982+5/+12/GNDI/O PCB P60860A, 33-0982+12/GNDBL320VPS P3860A, 33-0982+5/+12/GNDPSUP P27#20 TP YEL/BLK#20 TP YEL/BLK#18 TP RED/BLKYELBLKYELBLKBLKRED<+12V><GND><GND><+5V>113: B...

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    Electrical Service10896-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 880C, DELTA/WYE RELAY - 115V (33-0882A)BLKRELAYCOILRED880C, <ASSY. #>I/O PCB P53REDBLKSHLD3 2 1RELAYCOILCABLE 880D EXTERNAL DELTA/WYE RELAY - 115V (33-0886C)TOLERANCE±3.0 IN.±3.5 IN.33-0886AASSY NO.33-0884C13.0 FT.8.0 FT.LENGTH17.0 FT.33-...

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    109Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 890, SPINDLE STATUS SWITCH (33-0891)4: RED2: BROWN3: BLK2311: YEL5: GREEN46: ORANGE6890, <ASSY.#>SPNDL STATUSSPIN. HEAD890, <ASSY.#>SPNDL STATUSI/O PCB P15SHIELD <DRAIN>GRN <GROUND>ORN <SP LOCKED>BRN <CLAMPED>B...

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    Electrical Service110 96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 930, 230V I/O COOLANT - TSC (33-0930F)3 24185483 2 15930, 33-0930FCOOL/TSC 230PSUP P20930, 33-0930FCOOL/TSC 230IOPCB P44BRN <TSC>ORN <TSC>RED <COOL>GRA <TSC>WHT <COOL>BLK <COOL>BRN <TSC>ORN <TSC>RE...

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    111 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 940A, HYDRAULIC PUMP POWER (33-0340E)940A, ASSY #HYD PUMP PWRI/O PCB P45GRNWHTREDBLKTO HYD PUMPDRAIN4 3 214-GRN2-WHT3-RED1-BLKASSY. #MACHINELENGTH33-0340E33-0341ASL-20/30/40SL-109.5 FT16.00 FT940A, ASSY #HYD PUMP PWRTO HYD PUMPCABLE 940A, TSC 10...

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    Electrical Service112 96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 960, LOW LUBE (33-1334)1: BLK2: REDBLKRED1960,<ASSY #>LOW LUBEI/O PCB P13960,<ASSY #>LOW LUBELOW PRES SWASSY. #MACHINELENGTH33-133433-134433-135433-1364AEC-400, VF0-11, VS1-3, Z-1/3/4SL-10/20SL-30/40SL-40L5.6 FT11.00 FT14.00 FT17.00 ...

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    113 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 1040, TRIPLE INTERLOCK SOLENOID POWER HCE 500 (33-1065)1040/A,33-1065INTLK SOL PWRIOPCB P30/29211234BLKREDSHIELD2: BLK4: RED1040, 33-1065INTLK SOL PWRINTLK SOL EXT1322: BLK44: RED2: WHT21434: GRN1: SHLD21WHTGRN1040IOPCB P301040AIOPCB P293CABLE 1...

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    Electrical Service114 96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE 1070, SKIP DUAL PROBE (33-9103B)78.0 IN15.0 IN1070, 33-9103BSKIPI/O PCB P22SKIP RTN1BLK <GND>WHT <GND>YEL <SIG>WHITEBLACKSKIP RTNBLKM22 N/CM22 N/OREDYELLOWTOTAL L = 18 INM22 N/CM22 N/OM22 COMNBLKREDYELCABLE 1070, SKIP DUAL PROB...

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    115 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE, 115V GFCI SW (33-0098C)18.0 FT115V/LINEGOLD SCREW33-0098C115V SWGFCI LOAD33-0098C115V SWHIL J-BOX115V ACSW-1115V ACSW-4115V/LINESLVR SCREWBLKREDBLKREDCABLE, ETHERNET DATA OPTION ICOP 3’ (33-0221)ORG (Tx-)ORG/WHT (Tx+)GRN/WHT (Rx+)BLU (CMT)BLU...

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    Electrical Service116 96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE, LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY - SINPRO 9 AMP (33-0577A)1133-0577A VIDEO PWRVIDEO PCB P133-0577AMOCON-1 PWRMOCON PCB P1511161333-0577ALOW VOLT PSPSUP P8REDBLKREDBLKYELBLKWHT33-0577ALVPS PWR OUT (LVPS J2)REDBLKYELWHTBLKRED112. BLK <GND>1310. WHT...

  • Page 118

    117 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008SIDE-MOUNT TOOL CHANGER BRAKE RESISTOR CABLE (33-0815B)25.0 INREDBLK1: BLK4: RED33-0815BBRAK RESISTORI/O PCB P5733-0815BBRAK RESISTORSMTC BRAK RES1234CABLE, USB ASSEMBLY - ICOP (32-0859)(WIRE SIDE)REDWHTGRNBLKCLR(VCC)(-DATA 0)(+DATA 0)(GND)(SHIELD)113...

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    Electrical Service118 96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE, AXIS MOTOR/ENCODER - 41.25 FT (32-1422B)D: GRN/YELC: BLKB: WHTMOTOR END OF CABLEWIRE SIDE OF SOCKET CONNECTORA: REDCBDA2112PM: BLK <GND>H: RED <+5VDC>FG: WHT/RED 18AWG <GND>H: RED 18AWG <+5 VDC>F: WHT/ORN </C>N: WH...

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    119 Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE, AXIS MOTOR/ENCODER - 14.25 FT (32-1425F)14AWG / 4 COND.DAM: BLK <GND>N: WHT <HOME>H: RED <+5 VDC>24AWG /TRIOWIRE SIDE OF CONNECTORMOCON END OF CABLESHIELD<DRAIN>WIRE SIDE OF SOCKET CONNECTORMOTOR END OF CABLECA: REDB: WH...

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    Electrical Service12096-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE, AXIS MOTOR/ENCODER - 14.25 FT (32-1425F) TABLEASSY. #MACHINELENGTHTOLERANCE32-1425F32-1429F32-1437F32-1557A32-1609A32-162532-1438F32-1528A32-1426F32-1428F32-1508B32-1530A32-1541B32-1539A32-1549B32-2800G32-2802A32-2810H32-1630X-AXIS VF1/2, VM2, V...

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    121Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE, AXIS MOTOR/ENCODER BRAKE - 28.9 FT (32-1434D)WHT <HOME>M: BLK <GND>N: WHT <HOME>H: RED <+5 VDC>RED <+5V>BLK <GND>WIRE SIDEOFCONNECTORWIRE SIDE OFCONNECTORWIRE SIDE VIEWB: YELLOW </A>E:ORANGE <C>F:W...

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    Electrical Service12296-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE, AXIS MOTOR/ENCODER BRAKE - 28.9 FT (32-1434D) TABLEASSY. #MACHINELENGTHTOLERANCE32-1434D32-1448D32-1449C32-1534C32-1536B32-1537A32-1509BX-AXIS SL-40LEncoder CableMotor CableW-AXIS APL20T/SL20BAPL/SL20TBAPLMotor Brake CableEncoder CableMotor Cabl...

  • Page 124

    123Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE, AXIS MOTOR/ENCODER - 8.25 FT (32-1491B)14AWG / 4 COND.SHIELDMOCON END OF CABLE<DRAIN>WIRE SIDE OF SOCKET CONNECTORMOTOR END OF CABLEMotor EndDRAIN SHIELDM: WHT/BLU <GND>G:WHT/RED <GND>H:RED <+5 VDC>B: YELLOW </A>E:O...

  • Page 125

    Electrical Service12496-0284 rev E June 2008CONTACTOR INTERCONNECTION CABLE - 10HP (33-1963)BLKREDBLUCABLE, REMOTE JOG HANDLE ASSEMBLY - MOLDED (33-5751F)MADE IN U.S.A.ASSY #.28.591.321.13.56.561.133.06FRONTPANELEND(0.60)R., THREE SIDES(0.750)(0.500)R(0.06)(3.78 )°(0.050)(0.145)(0.980) (0.855)(...

  • Page 126

    125Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE, +12V/+5V/GND LCD 30W POWER SUPPLY UNIT (33-8260C)14.0 IN12.0 IN33-8620C, PS TB2SKBIF J12, FLOPPYDIFF REC P1REDREDBLKBLKBLKBLKYELYEL<+5V><+5V><+12V><+12V><GND><GND><GND><GND>11111BLKx2 <GND>YE...

  • Page 127

    Electrical Service12696-0284 rev E June 2008LVDS VIDEO DATA CABLE (33-8264A)BLK/REDRED/BLKBLK/WHTWHT/BLKBLK/GRNGRN/BLKBLK/BLUBLU/BLKBLK/YELYEL/BLKBLK/BRNBRN/BLKBLK/ORNORN/BLKRED/WHTWHT/REDRED/GRNGRN/REDRED/BLUBLU/REDRED/YELYEL/REDRED/BRNBRN/REDRED/ORNORN/REDBLK/REDRED/BLKBLK/WHTWHT/BLKBLK/GRNGRN...

  • Page 128

    127Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008CABLE, MORI 60 TOOL CHANGER RECEPTACLE OUTPUTS (32-8156A)WHT/BLU1420288YELGRYBLUWHT/RED2615REDWHT/ORG1WHTWHT/BLKORGWHT/BRNGRN/YELBRNWHT/YEL(26)SPAREWHT/YEL(19)YO1A I/O Q11WHT/BLU(27)SPAREBLU(20)YO1C I/O Q9WHT/GRN(15)YO17M/C Q4WHT/RED(12)Y013 M/C Q8WHT/...

  • Page 129

    Electrical Service12896-0284 rev E June 2008FRONT ENCLOSURE SIGNAL CABLE (32-6662D)A: GRN [PAL DWN SW]B: WHT [PAL UP SW]D: SHIELDE: BRN [PAL ALARM]F: BRN/WHT [PAL ALRM RTN]G: GRN/YEL [GND]H: SHIELDJ: ORG [CW ROT]L: SHIELDM: BRN [PAL RDY LITE RING]P: BLK [PC OP LOCK SW]Q: RED [WORK LITE]R: RED [F...

  • Page 130

    129Electrical Service96-0284 rev E June 2008REMOTE JOG HANDLE ENCODER CABLE (33-5755)5.0 INREDBLKYELWHT+5V0VABAPANDUIT PDL 42ENC+5VPANDUIT PDL 42ENC0VPANDUIT PDL 42ENCAPANDUIT PDL 42ENCBCABLE, CE/KEY/2ND HOME/AUTO DOOR (33-6039A)CE PUSHBUTTONEDIT LOCKKEY SW2nd HOMEPUSHBUTTONAUTO DOORPUSH BUTTON1...

  • Page 131

    13096-0284 rev E June 2008AlarmsALARMSAny time an alarm is present, the lower right 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 complete description. If the Reset key is p...

  • Page 132

    13196-0284 rev E June 2008AlarmsLathe: Turret may need motor coupling adjustment (See mechanical service manual for details). Turret may have rotated before being completely unclamped. Check adjustment of Turret Locked/Unlocked switches.107 EMERGENCY OFF - Emergency Stop button was pressed. Se...

  • Page 133

    13296-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms115 (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 anything t...

  • Page 134

    13396-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms124 LOW BATTERY - Memory batteries need replacing within 30 days. This alarm is only generated at power on and indicates that the 3.3V Lithium battery is below 2.5 volts. If this is not corrected within about 30 days, you may lose your stored programs, parameters,...

  • Page 135

    13496-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms134 (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-phase power phas...

  • Page 136

    13596-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms147 Z LIMIT SWITCH - Axis hit limit switch or switch disconnected. Home switch input changed state while machine was in use. Stored stroke limits should stop the slides before they hit the limit switches. Verify the value of Parameter 127, Grid Offset, and check t...

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    13696-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms159 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.160 (L) LOW V...

  • Page 138

    13796-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms171 (M) APC-PALLET CLAMP TIMEOUT - The pallet in the mill did not clamp in the time allowed. Check for foreign objects under the pallet and between the pallet and the clamp plate. Verify an adequate supply of air pressure and volume. Check air solenoids for sticki...

  • Page 139

    13896-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms183 (M) Y CABLE FAULT - Cable from Y-axis encoder does not have valid differential signals. 184 Z CABLE FAULT - Cable from Z-axis encoder does not have valid differential signals. 185 A CABLE FAULT - Cable from A-axis encoder does not have valid differential signa...

  • Page 140

    13996-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms200 VD OVER TEMP. -Vector drive over temperature. The Vector Drive’s temperature sensor indicates over 90°C (194° F) near the bridge rectifi er. This can be caused by an extended overload condition of the Vector Drive, a stopped fan or high room temperature. ...

  • Page 141

    14096-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms221 B PHASING ERROR - Error occurred in phasing initialization of brushless motor. This can be caused by a bad encoder, or a cabling error.222 C PHASING ERROR - Error occurred in phasing initialization of brushless motor. This can be caused by a bad encoder, or a ...

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    14196-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms238 (M) AUTOMATIC DOOR FAULT - The automatic door was commanded to operate, but did not complete the operation. The door was: 1) Commanded to close but failed to contact the closed switch in the time allowed. 2) Commanded to open but failed to contact opened switc...

  • Page 143

    14296-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms254 SPINDLE MOTOR OVERHEAT - Motor driving spindle is too hot. This alarm is only generated in ma-chines equipped with a Haas vector drive. The spindle motor temperature sensor sensed a high temperature for greater than 1.5 seconds. 255 (M) NO TOOL IN SPINDLE - Th...

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    14396-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms272 C-AXIS MOTOR OVERHEAT - Servo motor overheat. The temperature sensor in the motor indicates over 150° F. This can be caused by an extended overload of the motor such as leaving the slide at the stops for several minutes. 273 C MOTOR Z FAULT - Encoder marker p...

  • Page 145

    14496-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms292 320V VD/MMPS FAULT - 320V VECTOR DRIVE OR MINI MILL POWER SUPPLY fault has occurred. This alarm is generated whenever a condition of over voltage, under voltage, short circuit, over temperature, or shorted regen occurs. This alarm should be followed by another...

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    14596-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms312 PROGRAM END - End of subroutine reached before M99. Need an M99 to return from subroutine. Check your sub routine or sub program for M99. Sub routines and sub programs need to have M99 to return to where they were called from with the M96, M97, M98 or G65.31...

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    14696-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms330 UNDEFINED MACRO CALL - A macro called a program number not in memory, or a macro variable was accessed by user program but that macro program is not loaded into memory. Check your program.331 RANGE ERROR - Alphabetic number assignment too large. Check your pro...

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    14796-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms348 (L) ILLEGAL SPIRAL MOTION - Linear axis path is too long. For helical motions, the linear path must not be more than the length of the circular component. 348 (M) MOTION NOT ALLOWED IN G93 MODE - This alarm is generated if the mill is in Inverse Time Feed mode...

  • Page 149

    14896-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms370 (M) POCKET DEFINITION ERROR - Check geometry for G150. Check the sub program for path inter-section and main program for starting X and Y. Move the starting location of the tool before the G150.371 INVALID I, J, K OR Q - Check G150 cycle for missing or incorre...

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    14996-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms392 (L) B AXIS DISABLED - An attempt was made to program the B-axis while it was disabled (Disabled bit in Parameter 151 set to 1). 392 (M) B AXIS DISABLED - Attempt made to program the B-axis while it was disabled (Disabled bit in Pa-rameter 151 set to 1), invisi...

  • Page 151

    15096-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms404 RS-232 NO PROG NAME - Program number required in fi le when sending to CNC. Program must have a name beginning with the letter “O”. Check program for proper name format. The program number may have a block number in front of it, if it does, remove the blo...

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    15196-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms423 (L) SERVO BAR EOB SWITCH POSITION UNKNOWN - Place 12 inch standard bar in charging position and run G105 Q5 to set End of Bar Switch Position 423 (M) X SCALE/SCREW MISMATCH - Scale-induced correction exceeds one motor revolution. 424 (L) SERVO BAR METRIC UNSUP...

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    15296-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms437 (L) TAILSTOCK UNDERSHOOT - The tailstock did not reach it’s intended destination point. Check the value of parameter 293 or check Setting 107 compare it to the actual position of the B axis. 438 (L) TAILSTOCK MOVED WHILE HOLDING PART - The part moved while ...

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    15396-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms457 AUX AXIS IS ENABLED - One or more auxiliary axes are enabled. For the macro variables 750 and 751 to work the auxiliary axes must be disabled. Make sure Setting 38 is set to 0.458 (M) LINEAR SCALES ENABLED WITHOUT MOTIF - Linear scales is enabled on an axis bu...

  • Page 155

    15496-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms502 [ OR = NOT FIRST TERM IN EXPRESSN - An expression element was found where it was not preceded by [or =, that start expressions. Check your macro program.503 ILLEGAL MACRO VARIABLE REFERENCE - Macro variable was programmed that is not supported by this control....

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    15596-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms522 ILLEGAL ASSIGNMENT VAR OR VALUE - A variable was referenced for writing. The variable refer-enced is read only. See Operator manual macro section for valid variables. Parameter and setting variables are read only. 523 CONDITIONAL REQUIRED PRIOR TO THEN - A TH...

  • Page 157

    15696-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms600 (L) CODE NOT EXPECTED IN THIS CONTEXT - During program interpretation, the control found code out of context. This may indicate an invalid address code found in a PQ sequence. It may also indicate faulty memory hardware or lost memory. Examine the highlighted ...

  • Page 158

    15796-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms608 INVALID Q CODE - Q address code used as a numeric value that was incorrect in the context used. In M96 Q can reference only bits 0 to 63. Use the appropriate value for Q in the range of 0 to 63. 609 (L) TAILSTOCK RESTRICTED ZONE - This alarm is caused by an ax...

  • Page 159

    15896-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms616 (L) CANNED CYCLE USING P & Q IS ACTIVE - A canned cycle using P & Q is already executing. A canned cycle cannot be executed by another PQ canned cycle.616 (M) U-AXIS MOTOR OVERHEAT - Servo motor overheat. The temperature sensor in the motor indicates o...

  • Page 160

    15996-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms628 (M) ATC ARM POSITIONING ERROR - This alarm is generated by the tool changer if: • The arm was being moved from the Origin position to the Clamp position and it coasted past the Motor Stop point, or could not get to the Clamp point. • The arm was being ...

  • Page 161

    16096-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms638 (M) APC-DOOR NOT OPEN - The automatic door did not open (in the allowable time), or may have fallen during an APC function. This can be caused by a bad air solenoid, a blocked or kinked airline, or a me-chanical problem. After correcting the condition, run M50...

  • Page 162

    16196-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms650 (M) DC BUS OVER VOLTAGE - DC Bus Overvoltage. The DC bus voltage has been raised too high. The most common cause is an open REGEN load and occurs during motor deceleration. It can also be caused by incoming AC power too high. Check REGEN load connections and r...

  • Page 163

    16296-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms662 (M) V TRANSITION FAULT Illegal transition of count pulses in V-axis. This alarm usually indicates that the encoder has been damaged and encoder position data is unreliable. This can also be caused by loose MOCON or MOTIF PCB connectors.663 (M) W TRANSITION FAU...

  • Page 164

    16396-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms679 (M) TT or B ZERO RET MARGIN TOO SMALL - This alarm will occur if the home/limit switches move or are misadjusted. This alarm indicates that the zero return position may not be consistent from one zero return to the next. The encoder Z channel signal must occur...

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    16496-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms696 (M) ATC MOTOR TIME OUT - The ATC shuttle motor or double arm motor failed to complete the com-manded movement within the time allowed by Parameter 60. Check for mechanism binding, correct motor and switch operation, damaged gear motor control board relays, dam...

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    16596-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms712 (L) V SERVO OVERLOAD - Excessive load on bar feeder 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 mo-tor. The servos will be turned off when this occurs. T...

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    16696-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms727 (L) J-AXIS MOTOR OVERHEAT MOCON2 - Servo motor overheat. The temperature sensor in the motor indicates over 150° F (65° C). This can be caused by an extended overload of the motor; such as leaving the slide at the stops for several minutes. 728 (L) S-AXIS MO...

  • Page 168

    16796-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms751 (L) U AXIS DRIVE FAULT MOCON2 - Current in U servo motor beyond limit. Possibly caused by a stalled or overloaded motor. The servos are turned off. This can be caused by running the axis into a mechan-ical stop. It can also be caused by a short in the motor or...

  • Page 169

    16896-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms776 (L) Ss PHASING ERROR MOCON2 - Error occurred in phasing initialization of brushless motor. This can be caused by a bad encoder, or a cabling error. 777 (L) J PHASING ERROR MOCON2 - Error occurred in phasing initialization of brushless motor. This can be caused...

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    16996-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms802 Negative R and C Values Not Allowed - Negative values are not allowed when using the ,C ,R corner rounds and chamfering.808 AUTOMATIC PROBE ARM FAULT - Automatic probe arm failed to complete command to extend or retract. Check for tools or parts in machining a...

  • Page 171

    17096-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms911 (M) APC-PAL LOAD/UNLOAD AT ZERO - One or more of the pallets on the APC has a load or unload position set to zero. This means that the APC set up procedure was incomplete. Establish correct load and unload positions for all pallets and enter the positions in t...

  • Page 172

    17196-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms926 (M) B INDEXER IS NOT FULLY IN THE UP POSITION - The indexer is still seated. It is not completely in the up position and cannot be rotated. Reset, then rezero the indexer. 927 (M) ILLEGAL G1 CODE FOR ROTARY INDEXER - The rotary indexer only does rapid G0 motio...

  • Page 173

    17296-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms946 (M) APC-PALLET CLAMP TIMEOUT - The pallet in the mill did not clamp in the time allowed. Check for foreign objects under the pallet and between the pallet and the clamp plate. Verify there is an adequate sup-ply of air pressure and air volume. Check air soleno...

  • Page 174

    17396-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms955 (M) APC-INVALID PALLET CHANGER TYPE - Parameter 605 has an invalid pallet changer type.Model Basic ValueVF APC 2MDC 500/EC-300 3EC400/EC400PP/EC500 4EC630 ...

  • Page 175

    17496-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms971 FAILED LOAD - The on board device computer failed to load network drivers. This is from an invalid network setting. Cycle power. CNC should go into DRIVERS NOT LOADED mode, change network settings and try again. If you continuously get FAILED TO LOAD alarms wi...

  • Page 176

    17596-0284 rev E June 2008Alarms996 (L) Tail Stock Must Be Zero Returned - The hydraulic tail stock has been adjusted to a new position. The B-axis must be zero returned before the tailstock can be used. Ensure that the correct lock bolt is secure-ly tightened before pressing the zero return key...

  • Page 177

    Parameters176 96-0284 rev E June 2008PARAMETERSParameters are seldom-modifi ed 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 are all rar...

  • Page 178

    177 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 200823 D FILTER X4 - Enables 4-tap FIR fi lter. Used to eliminate high frequency vibrations (depending on axis motor).24 TORQUE ONLY - For Haas diagnostic use only.25 3 EREV/MREV - The 2 EREV/MREV and 3 EREV/MREV bits have two defi nitions, depending on whether...

  • Page 179

    Parameters178 96-0284 rev E June 200811 (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. It is applied at all times to the servo in the same direction. It is used to compensate, in the vertical direction, ...

  • Page 180

    179 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 200830 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 (Steps)See Parameter 6 for description.35 Z ACCELERATIONSee...

  • Page 181

    Parameters180 96-0284 rev E June 200847 (M) A RATIO (Steps/Unit)Defi nes number of encoder steps required or one full platter rotation. For example, an HRT 210 with a 90:1 gear ratio, a fi nal drive ratio of 2:1, and an encoder count of 2000 lines would be: 2000 x 4 x (90 x 2)/360 = 4000 steps...

  • Page 182

    181 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 20088 SAFETY CIRCUIT - Enables safety hardware, if machine is so equipped.9 SPINDLE DRV LIN ACCEL - Selects linear deceleration for rigid tapping. 0 is quadratic.10 UNUSED11 COOLANT SPIGOT - Enables coolant spigot control and display.12 OVER TEMP IS N/C - Selects...

  • Page 183

    Parameters182 96-0284 rev E June 200861 (M) TURRET STOP DELAYMaximum delay allowed in motion of tool turret. Units are milliseconds. After this time, an alarm is generated. On Horizontal mills with a side-mount tool changer, this parameter is used to specify the time (in milliseconds) allowed fo...

  • Page 184

    183 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 200872 (M) DRAWBAR Z VEL UNCLSpeed of motion in Z-axis to accommodate tool pushing out of the spindle when unclamping. Units are encoder steps per second.73 SP HIGH G/MIN SPEEDCommand speed used to rotate spindle motor when orienting spindle in high gear. Units a...

  • Page 185

    Parameters184 96-0284 rev E June 200886 M MACRO CALL O9005See Parameter 81 for description.87 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 d...

  • Page 186

    185 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008102 (L) IN POSITION LIMIT Y, (M) Y AXIS IN POSITION LIMIT See Parameter 101 for description.103 (L) IN POSITION LIMIT Z, (M) Z AXIS IN POSITION LIMIT See Parameter 101 for description.104 (L) IN POSITION LIMIT A, (M) A AXIS IN POSITION LIMIT See Parameter 10...

  • Page 187

    Parameters186 96-0284 rev E June 2008118 SPINDLE REV TIME Time in milliseconds to reverse spindle motor.119 SPINDLE DECEL DELAY Time in milliseconds to decelerate spindle motor.120 SPINDLE ACC/DECEL Accel/decel time constant in 200ths of a step/ms/ms for spindle motor.121 X PHASE OFFSET The moto...

  • Page 188

    187 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008138 X FRICTION COMPENSATION139 Y FRICTION COMPENSATION140 Z FRICTION COMPENSATION141 A FRICTION COMPENSATION Compensate for friction on each of the four axes. The units are in 0.004V.142 HIGH/LOW GEAR CHANG Sets the spindle speed at which an automatic gear ch...

  • Page 189

    Parameters188 96-0284 rev E June 2008159 B MAX ERROR See Parameter 9 for description.160 B FUSE LEVEL See Parameter 10 for description.161 B BACK EMF See Parameter 11 for description.162 B STEPS/REVOLUTION See Parameter 12 for description.163 B BACKLASH See Parameter 13 for description. 164 B D...

  • Page 190

    189 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008179 C I GAIN See Parameter 4 for description.180 C SLIP GAIN Calculated slip rate depends on two other variables: speed and current. Slip rate = slip gain x (speed/max speed) x (current/max current). The slip gain value is the value that slip rate would a...

  • Page 191

    Parameters190 96-0284 rev E June 2008193 C SPIN ORIENT MARGIN When a spindle orientation is done, if the actual position of the spindle is within this value (plus or minus), the spindle will be considered locked. Otherwise, the spindle will not be locked.194 (L) C SP STOP SPEED, (M) SPINDLE S...

  • Page 192

    191 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 200811 RESERVED12 REVERSED CONVEYOR - Reverses the direction of the chip conveyor. 13 M27-M28 CONVEYOR - Usually the chip conveyor motor and direction relays are attached to the user relays M21 M22. When this bit is set, the control expects to see the ...

  • Page 193

    Parameters192 96-0284 rev E June 2008 9 SPIGOT KEY INVERT - Controls the direction the spigot moves when the Coolant Up and Coolant Down buttons are pressed. Changing this bit reverses the direction the spigot moves when the buttons are pressed. It has no effect on the direction the spi...

  • Page 194

    193 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008214 D:Y CURRENT RATIO % (Unit: %) Defi nes the ratio between the two winding confi gurations. The default winding is Y, and the parameters are set for the Y winding. Used to adjust the parameters for the delta winding when the windings are switched.215 (...

  • Page 195

    Parameters194 96-0284 rev E June 2008231 Z LEAD COMP 10E9 Sets the Z-axis lead screw compensation signed parts per billion. 232 A LEAD COMP 10E9 Sets the A-axis lead screw compensation signed parts per billion.233 B LEAD COMP 10E9 Sets the B-axis lead screw compensation signed parts per billion....

  • Page 196

    195 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008245 2ND AUX MIN TRAVEL Sets the maximum travel of the second auxiliary (U) axis in the negative direction.246 3RD AUX MIN TRAVEL Sets the maximum travel of the third auxiliary (V) axis in the negative direction.247 4TH AUX MIN TRAVEL Sets the maximum travel o...

  • Page 197

    Parameters196 96-0284 rev E June 2008254 (L) SPINDLE CENTER Reserved for service use only. 254 (M) TC AIR DOOR CLEARANCE Incorporates the X-axis door clearance for the Mini-horizontal. This position is used during a tool change to avoid hitting the tool changer door, since part of the door en...

  • Page 198

    197 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008266 (L) X SWITCHES Parameter 266 is a collection of single-bit fl ags used to turn servo related functions on and off. The left and right cursor arrows are used to select the function being changed. All values are 0 or 1 only. The function names are:...

  • Page 199

    Parameters198 96-0284 rev E June 2008 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, Home G28 or Auto Al...

  • Page 200

    199 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008 3 Z ZERO AXIS TC - Returns axis to the position specifi ed 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 axes (Parameter 269 and 270) and 0 on all other axes. ...

  • Page 201

    Parameters200 96-0284 rev E June 2008270 (L) B SWITCHES Parameter 270 is a collection of single-bit fl ags used to turn servo related functions on and off. The left and right cursor arrows are used to select the function being changed. All values are 0 or 1 only. The function names are: 0 ...

  • Page 202

    201 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008 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, Home G28 or Auto All...

  • Page 203

    Parameters202 96-0284 rev E June 200812 uP ENCLOSURE TEMP (Microprocessor enclosure temperature) - When set to 1, enclosure temperature will be displayed on INPUTS2 screen of the diagnostics display. 13 HAAS REMOTE JOG HDL (Haas remote jog handle) - Must be set to 1 if the machine is ...

  • Page 204

    203 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008 4 DISPLAY ACTUAL rpm - When set to 1, displays the actual spindle speed on the Current Commands display page. 5 TSC PURGE ENABLE - Enables purge output on TSC option. 6 SINGLE CLAMP SWITCH - Enables the control to rely upon a single switch to detect the ...

  • Page 205

    Parameters204 96-0284 rev E June 2008 26 S MNT BIT 1 - Bits 26, 27, and 28 work together to specify the type of sidemount tool changer that is installed on a vertical mill. The following table shows the bit combinations that must be used: Bit 26 27 28 0 0 0 No side-mount tool changer i...

  • Page 206

    205 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008291 (M) A AXIS BRAKE OIL TIME Supports the EC-1600 A-axis brake oil sensor. The units are seconds. When this parameter is set to a non- zero number and the sensor indicates a low oil condition for more than that amount of time, the control will cause the...

  • Page 207

    Parameters206 96-0284 rev E June 2008301 AUTOFEED-MIN-LIMIT Works with the Autofeed feature. It specifi es the minimum allowable feedrate override percentage that the Autofeed feature can use and should initially be set to 1. NOTE: In Lathes, the feed and spindle overrides will be locked o...

  • Page 208

    207 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008309 (M) MOTOR COAST TIME Supports side-mount tool changers. It specifi es time allowed for the tool changer to start only. If the arm has not moved after the allowed time, Alarm 627, ATC Arm Position Timeout is generated. Units are milliseconds.310 (M) CA...

  • Page 209

    Parameters208 96-0284 rev E June 20087 BRUSHLESS BAR FEEDER - Supports the brushless bar feeder. When it is set to 1, it indicates that a brushless bar feeder is present. 8 MINI POWER SUPPLY - Intended for the Mini Lathe. When it is set to zero, the control behaves as before. This parame...

  • Page 210

    209 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008 2 NO X MOVE NEXT TOOL - Horizontal mills only, primarily intended for use on the HS-3. If this bit is set to zero, it will have no affect. If it is set to one, the X-axis will not move following a Next Tool button press. The reason for this is becaus...

  • Page 211

    Parameters210 96-0284 rev E June 2008 15 FIFTH AXIS - Prevents unauthorized use of the 5th (B) axis. It can only be set to 1 with a magic code. When set to zero, it prevents the user from altering Setting 78 and from zeroing the Parameter 151, Disabled bit. When this parameter bit is ch...

  • Page 212

    211 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008318 (L) GEAR MOTOR TIMEOUT Supports the Haas Servo Bar 300 bar feeder. This is the timeout value for gearmotor operations. Units are in milliseconds.318 (M) APC PAL. CHAIN TIME Time required to cycle the chain. It should be set to 8000. Units are milliseco...

  • Page 213

    Parameters212 96-0284 rev E June 2008333 X SCALES PER REV Used on machines equipped with linear scales. 334 Y SCALES PER REV Used on machines equipped with linear scales. 335 Z SCALES PER REV Used on machines equipped with linear scales.336 A SCALES PER REV Used on machines equipped with linear ...

  • Page 214

    213 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008354 (L) U SWITCH A See Parameter 1 for description. 390 (L) V SWITCH A See Parameter 1 for description.426 (L) W SWITCH A See Parameter 1 for description. 430 (M) W RATIO (STEPS/UNIT) For the EC-300 and MDC-1, this parameter is set to 57344. This parameter co...

  • Page 215

    Parameters214 96-0284 rev E June 2008580 (L) TS HYD RETRACT TIME Added for the SL-10 hydraulic no-encoder tailstock. It specifi es the amount of time (in ms) that the tailstock center will be commanded to retract as a result of commanding an M22 and only takes affect when Simple TS is s...

  • Page 216

    215 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008593 Sp ENC. SCALE FACTOR See Parameter 588 for description.594 U ENC. SCALE FACTOR See Parameter 588 for description.595 V ENC. SCALE FACTOR See Parameter 588 for description.596 W ENC. SCALE FACTOR See Parameter 588 for description.600 PEAK SPIN. PWR (KW) Su...

  • Page 217

    Parameters216 96-0284 rev E June 2008613 (M) SPIGOT FWD MTR DLY Supports the programmable coolant spigot. It specifi es the delay time in ms from the moment the spigot motor is turned off, to the moment the spigot is stopped in the forward direction.614 (M) SPIGOT REV MTR DLY Supports the pr...

  • Page 218

    217 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008630 (M) Tt-AXIS PLUS TRAVEL LIMIT See Parameter 620.644 (M) X-AXIS INDEXER INCREMENT Note that only Parameters 647 and 648 for the A and B axes are intended to be used, and only on Horizontal Mills fi tted with a Rotary Indexer. The Rotary Indexer is a de...

  • Page 219

    Parameters218 96-0284 rev E June 2008648 (M) B AXIS INDEXER INCREMENT See Parameter 644.650 (M) U AXIS INDEXER INCREMENT See Parameter 644.651 (M) V AXIS INDEXER INCREMENT See Parameter 644.652 (M) W AXIS INDEXER INCREMENT See Parameter 644.653 (M) Sp AXIS INDEXER INCREMENT See Parameter 644.654...

  • Page 220

    219 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008699 MOM POWER UP PURGE Sets number of purge cycles on power-up restart. 702 SHUTTLE MIN TIME IN Minimum time for the shuttle to reach the In position.704 SMTC2 UNCLAMP POS Supports the high speed tool changer. It specifi es the absolute position in degrees *...

  • Page 221

    Parameters220 96-0284 rev E June 2008716 COLOR CMD POSITION Changes the color of the positions text displayed on the Current Commands page on an LCD monitor. See color values listed for Parameter 715.717 COLOR CMD G-CODE Changes the color of the active G and M code text displayed on the Curre...

  • Page 222

    221 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008734 INPUT MASK (Used for the Offi ce Lathes)0 TOOL TURRET UNLOCKD 16 SPINDLE LOCK1 TOOL TURRET LOCKED 17 SPINDLE FAULT2 C AXIS DISENGAGED 18 SPINDLE STOPPED3 SPARE 19 SPINDLE AT SPEED4 C AXIS ENGAGED 20 LOW HYDRAULIC PRESS5 SPINDLE HIGH GEAR 2...

  • Page 223

    Parameters222 96-0284 rev E June 2008745 COLOR RUN PROG2 See Parameter 744746 COLOR RUN PROG3 See Parameter 744749 (M) FEED ACCEL ROUGH Applied when Rough smoothness is selected. See the defi nition for parameter 302.750 (M) FEED T CONST ROUGH Applied when Rough smoothness is selected. See t...

  • Page 224

    223 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008803 (L) CHUCK AIR OFF DELAYThis parameter is the amount of time in ms to turn pneumatic air off. There are two more existing parameters that must be set as follows: 248 Chuck Unclamp RPM. This must be set to 0. 800 Chuck Closer Type. This must be set to 1.8...

  • Page 225

    Parameters224 96-0284 rev E June 2008COMMON ABBREVIATIONS°/sec or deg/sec – Degrees per second I/O PCB – Input Output Printed Circuit Boardμ – Micron ID – Inside DiameterAC – Alternating Current IGBT – Isolated Gate Bipolar Transistor AMP (or A) – Ampere in – Inch APC – Auto...

  • Page 226

    225 Parameters96-0284 rev E June 2008SDIST – Servo Distribution PCBSFM – Surface Feet per MinuteSHCS – Socket Head Cap ScrewSIO – Serial Input/OutputSKBIF – Serial Key Board Inter Face PCBSMTC – Side-Mount Tool ChangerSP – Spindlesq ft or ft2 – Square feetT – Tool NumberTC – ...

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