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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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    96-8710 1-15-96 12SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESlTROUBLESHOOTINGThis section is intended for use in determining the solution to a known problem. Solutions given are intendedto give the individual servicing the CNC a pattern to follow in, fir...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.13SERVICE TROUBLE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES1. GENERAL MACHINE OPERATION1.1 MACHINE NOT RUNNING´ Machine cannot be powered on.lCheck input voltage to machine.lCheck main circuit breaker at top right of electrical cabinet; switch must be at th...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 14SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES1.2 VIBRATIONVibration is a subjective evaluation with perceptions varying among individuals, making it difficult to determine inmild cases if there is an actual problem. In obvious cases, it ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.15SERVICE TROUBLE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES1.3 ACCURACYBefore you complain of an accuracy problem, please make sure you follow these simple do’s and don’ts.lDon’t use a wiggler test indicator for linear dimensions. They measure in an arc ...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 16SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES2. SPINDLE2.1 NOT TURNING´ Spindle not turning.lIf there are any alarms, see See Alarm Section.lCheck that the spindle turns freely when machine is off.Ø If spindle drive does not light the ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.17SERVICE TROUBLE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES3. SERVOS3.1 NOT OPERATINGAll problems that are caused by servo motor failures should also register an alarm. Check the alarm history to determinethe problem’s cause before any action is taken.´ S...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 18SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESØ If the noise persists, the lead screw is damaged and must be replaced. When replacing the lead screwin an older machine, always replace the bearing sleeve with the current angular contact d...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.19SERVICE TROUBLE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES2.Set dial indicator and the “Distance to go” display in the HANDLE JOG mode to zero as follows:lZero the dial indicator.lPress the MDI button on the control panel.lPress the HANDLE JOG button on th...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 20SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESTOTAL DEVIATION BETWEEN THE DIAL INDICATOR AND THE CONTROL PANEL DISPLAY SHOULDNOT EXCEED .0002.An alternate method for checking backlash is to place the dial indicator as shown in Fig. 3-2 and ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.21SERVICE TROUBLE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES4. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM4.1 HYDRAULIC PRESSURE´ "Low hydraulic pressure" alarm (134).lCheck for any leaks.lCheck that the oil level is above the black line.lCheck that the oil pressure is within...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 22ALARMSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES5. ALARMSAny time an alarm is present, the lower right hand corner will have a blinking “ALARM”. Push the ALARM displaykey to view the current alarm. All alarms are displayed with a reference number ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.23ALARMS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESmuch past them. It can also be caused by anything that causes a very highload on the motors.109 B Servo Overloadsame as 108.110 Z Servo Overloadsame as 108.111 A Servo Overloadsame as 108.112 No InterruptElect...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 24ALARMSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES122 Control OverheatThe control internal temperature is above 150 degrees F. This can be causedby almost anything in the control overheating. But is usually caused byoverheat of the two regen resistors ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.25ALARMS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES135 X Motor Over HeatServo motor overheat. The temperature sensor in the motor indicatesover 150 degrees F. This can be caused by an extended overload of themotor such as leaving the slide at the stops for sev...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 26ALARMSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES154 Spindle Zsame as 153.Ch Missing155 Z-axis Zsame as 153.Ch Missing156 A-axis Zsame as 153.Ch Missing157 Motor InterfaceInternal circuit board problem. The MOTIF PCB in the processor stack isPCB Failu...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.27ALARMS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES169 Spindle DirectionProblem with rigid tapping hardware. The spindle started turning in theFaultwrong direction.170 Phase Loss L1-L2Problem with incoming line voltage between legs L1 and L2. This usuallyindic...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 28ALARMSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES192 B Axis Z Ch MissingSame as 153.193 B Axis OvercurrentSame as 161.or Drive Fault194 B Zero Ret MarginSame as 165.Too Small195 B Cable FaultSame as 182.197 100 Hours Unpaid BillCall your dealer.198 Sp...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.29ALARMS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES214 No. of ProgramsIndicates that the number of programs disagrees with the internalChangedvariable that keeps count of the loaded programs. Call your dealer.215 Free Memory PTRIndicates the amount of memory u...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 30ALARMSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES302 Invalid R In G02 or G03Check your geometry with the HELP page. R must be less than orequal to half the distance from start to end within an accuracy of0.0010 inches.303 Invalid X, B, or Z InCheck yo...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.31ALARMS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES321 Auto Off AlarmA fault turned off the servos automatically; occurs in debug mode only.322 Sub Prog Without M99Add an M99 code to the end of program called as a subroutine.324 Delay time Range ErrorP code in...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 32ALARMSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES342 Cutter Comp PathGeometry not possible. Check your geometry with the HELP page.Too Small343 Display QueueA block exists that is too long for displaying queue. Shorten title block.Record Full344 Cutte...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.33ALARMS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES360 Tool Changer DisabledCheck Parameter 57. Not a normal condition for the Lathe.361 Gear Change DisabledNot used.362 Tool Usage AlarmTool life limit was reached. To continue, reset the usage count in theCurr...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 34ALARMSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES381 G43 or G44 NotAuto work offset probing must be done without tool offset.Allowed in G36 or G136382 D Code Required in G35A Dnn code is required in G35 in order to store the measured tooldiameter.383 ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.35ALARMS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES403 RS-232 Too Many ProgsCannot have more than 100 programs in memory.404 RS-232 No ProgramNeed name in programs when receiving ALL; otherwise has no way toNamestore them.405 RS-232 Illegal ProgCheck files bei...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 36ALARMSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES420 Program NumberThe O code in the program being loaded did not match the O codeMismatchentered at the keyboard. Warning only.430 Floppy UnexpectedCheck your program. An ASCII EOF code was found in th...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.37ALARMS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES511 Unbalanced RightNumber of right brackets not equal to the number of left brackets.Brackets512 Illegal Assignment UseAttempted to write to a read-only macro variable.513 Var. Ref. Not AllowedAlphabetic addr...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 38ALARMSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES528 Parameter PrecedesOn G65 lines all parameters must follow the G65 G-code. PlaceG65parameters after G65.529 Illegal G65 ParameterThe addresses G, L, N, O, and P cannot be used to pass parameters.530 ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.39ALARMS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES603 Non Monotonous PQThe path defined by PQ was not monotonic in the Z axis. A monotonic pathBlocks in Zis one which does not change direction starting from the first motion block.605 Invalid Tool Nose AngleA...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 40MECHANICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESMECHANICAL SERVICE

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.41MECHANICAL SERVICE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES1. TURRET1.1 LATHE TURRET CRASH RECOVERY PROCEDUREThe following procedure describes how to clear the turret when a tool change is attempted with the quick changewrench still in the turret. In the...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 42MECHANICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES1.2 TURRET MOTOR COUPLING ADJUSTMENTNOTE: The turret must be at tool #1 to perform this procedure.1. Remove the sliding tool changer cover.2. Go to Setting 7 and turn off the Parameter Lo...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.43MECHANICAL SERVICE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES1.3 TURRET ALIGNMENT VERIFICATIONTOOLS REQUIRED:A BAR APPROXIMATELY 12"x 4"x 1" (GROUND TO WITHIN 0.0001" ON THE 1" WIDTH SIDE)MAGNETIC INDICATOR BASEDIAL INDICATOR (0.000...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 44MECHANICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES1.4 TURRET ALIGNMENT OF THE OUTER COUPLING1. Change Parameter 76 from “500” to “50,000” and disconnect the main air line.2. Remove the sliding tool changer cover and the turret assemb...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.45MECHANICAL SERVICE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES1.5 CENTERING INNER TURRET COUPLING (WITHOUT BRASS PLUG)NOTE: This procedure is only to be performed if there is not enough adjustment to perform an outer couplingalignment.NOTE: If the turret ...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 46MECHANICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES1.6 CENTERING THE INNER TURRET COUPLING (IF EQUIPPED WITH 1/4" BRASSPLUG)NOTE: This procedure is only to be performed if there is not enough adjustment to perform an outer couplingalig...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.47MECHANICAL SERVICE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES2. SPINDLE2.1 REMOVALNOTE: POWER OFF THE MACHINE BEFORE PERFORMING THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE.1. Remove the chuck or collet nose from the Lathe.2. Remove the necessary covers to gain access to th...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 48MECHANICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESFigure 2-2 Spindle Housing (side view)10. Unscrew the four SHCS holding the cylinder and piston then slide off.11. Slide off the OD housing with bellville washers.12. Unscrew the eight ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.49MECHANICAL SERVICE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES2.2 INSTALLATION1. Place the draw tube in the spindle to assist in positioning it.NOTE: If machine is equipped with a hydraulic cylinder drawtube skip Steps 1 and 5 because drawtube is attachedt...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 50MECHANICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES10. Tighten the hex nut on the nozzles, ensuring the nozzles do not spin. After tightening the nuts, verify the nozzleoil mist holes are still positioned correctly.11. Attach the two 1/4&...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.51MECHANICAL SERVICE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES20. Slide the ID spring housing onto the spindle shaft and tighten the eight SHCS.NOTE: Ensure that the ID spring housing is appropriately aligned with the spindle shaft because of the tight fit...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 52MECHANICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES25. Grease all sides of the 14 belleville washers.26. Place the belleville washers on the ID spring housing shaft with the first one concave towards the housing andwith them alternating, ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.53MECHANICAL SERVICE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES4. Set up a magnetic base indicator, with the base on the turret face and the indicator on the side of the shaft closestto the operator, at the spindle end of the shaft.5. Jog the turret until th...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 54MECHANICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES17. Turn the adjusting bolts located at the bottom of the spindle housing to adjust the center line of the spindle tothe center of the tool pocket. While doing so, ensure the indicators to ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.55MECHANICAL SERVICE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES3. DOOR3.1 REMOVALNOTE: This procedure is for doors on HL-1/2 (S/N 60013 or later)1. ZERO RETURN all axes.2. POWER OFF machine.3. Slide coolant tank out from under machine.4. Remove the (1...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 56MECHANICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES3.2 INSTALLATION14. Install the rollers, springs and hardware to door.15. Using 18GA. wire or equivalent, stretch the springs so all the rollers are aligned. Tie the wire in order to hol...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.57MECHANICAL SERVICE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES4. LUBE AIR PANELFigure 4-1 Lube Air Panel (Front View)4.1 LUBE AIR PANEL COMPONENTSThe following is a list of the Lube Air Panel Assembly components, each with a description of its specific fun...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 58MECHANICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES9. Air Solenoid Assembly- 3-way 2-position valve that controls the air to the drawtube air cylinder.10. Power Cable - Supplies power to the Lube Air Panel from the main control box.11. Po...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.59MECHANICAL SERVICE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES9. Oil Ports - Connect to nylon tubing that carries the oil to the lead screws and linear guides.10. Flowmeters - Maintain the correct amount of oil dropping from the upper ports to the lower por...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 60MECHANICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES5. HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT REPLACEMENT 5.1 REMOVALCAUTION! POWER OFF THE MACHINE BEFORE PERFORMING THIS PROCEDURE.1. Remove necessary panels to access the hydraulic unit.2. Loosen and di...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.61MECHANICAL SERVICE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES5.2 INSTALLATIONCAUTION! POWER OFF THE MACHINE BEFORE PERFORMING THIS PROCEDURE.1. Slide hydraulic power unit into place and attach with four mounting bolts.2. Connect pump motor cable.3. Con...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 62MECHANICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES

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    1-15-96 96-871063TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.ELECTRICALSERVICE

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    96-8710 1-15-96 64ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.1. SOLENOIDSPLEASE READ THIS SECTION IN ITS ENTIRETY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO REPLACE ANY SOLENOID ASSEMBLIES.1.1 PNEUMATIC CHUCK CLAMP/UNCLAMP SOLENOIDREMOVAL:1. Turn machine power off and remove the...

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    1-15-96 96-871065TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.1.2 TURRET CLAMP/UNCLAMP SOLENOIDREMOVAL:1. Turn machine power off and remove the air supply from the machine.2. Disconnect the three air hoses from the turret clamp/unclamp solenoid (see ...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 66ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.Fig. 1-3 Top view of spindle lube/air solenoid assembly.INSTALLATION6. Reattach the solenoid assembly at the T-fitting.7. Reattach the pressure gauge onto the solenoid assembly.8. Reconnect the ...

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    1-15-96 96-871067TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.2. LINE VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENTSPLEASE READ THIS SECTION IN ITS ENTIRETY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO ADJUSTTHE LINE VOLTAGE.TOOLS REQUIRED:LARGE FLAT TIP SCREWDRIVERDIGITAL VOLTMETERADJUSTING VOLTAGEN...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 68ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.(rotate the shaft that connects to the breaker counterclockwise until it snaps off). Turn on the power at the source. Usingan accurate digital voltmeter and appropriate safety procedures, measure t...

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    1-15-96 96-871069TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.195 to 210right side211 to 226right center227 to 243left center244 to 260left side353 to 376right side377 to 400right center401 to 425left center452 to 480left side4. Set the main switch to...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 70ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.PLEASE READ THIS SECTION IN ITS ENTIRETY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO REPLACE ANY FUSES.TOOLS REQUIRED:REPLACEMENT FUSES3.1 OVERVOLTAGE FUSESWARNING! The electrical panel will have residual voltage, even ...

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    1-15-96 96-871071TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.2. Using a large flat tip screwdriver, loosen the three screws on the cabinet door and then open the door enough to safelywork on the electrical panel. Wait until at least the red CHARGE li...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 72ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.2. Using a large flat tip screwdriver, loosen the three screws on the cabinet door and then open the door enough to safelywork on the electrical panel. Wait until at least the red CHARGE light on t...

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    1-15-96 96-871073TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.PLEASE READ THIS SECTION IN ITS ENTIRETY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO REPLACE ANY PCB 'S.4.1 MICROPROCESSOR, VIDEO, MOTIF & KEYBOARDNOTE: The arrangement of these boards may differ from the or...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 74ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.R54980/1020730BADDRESS BUSSDATA BUSS550 / P10750 / P18660 / P6670 / P7680 / P8690 / P9990/1000 / P20860 / P15610 / P2620 / P3630 / P4640 / P5720 / P16540 / P14530 / P13520 / P12510 / P11LOW VOLTAGE...

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    1-15-96 96-871075TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.NOTE: If the PROCESSOR board need replacing, please skip the next step.11. Replace the Video and Keyboard, attaching it to the PROCESSOR board (beneath the Video and Keyboard) with thestand...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 76ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.4.2 SERVO DRIVER & SDISTWARNING! The electrical panel will have residual voltage, even after power has been shut off and/or disconnected. Neverwork inside this cabinet until the small red CHA...

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    1-15-96 96-871077TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.5. After all cables have been disconnected, remove the eight screws attaching the board to the cabinet. Take care to holdthe board in place until all screws have been removed.6. Replace the...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 78ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.4.3 I/O BOARD1. Follow all precautions noted previously before working in the electrical cabinet.2. Turn the main switch (upper right of electrical cabinet) to the off position.3. Using a large fl...

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    1-15-96 96-871079TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.4.4 POWER & LOW VOLTAGE SUPPLYPOWER BOARD -1. Follow all precautions noted previously before working in the electrical cabinet (See warning at beginning of "ServoDriver & SDIS...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 80ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY -8. Remove the Power Distribution (POWER) board as described in steps 1-5.9. Disconnect all leads to the Low Voltage Power Supply (LVPS) board. Ensure all cables are proper...

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    1-15-96 96-871081TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.Fig. 4-8 RS-232 DB25 board.5. To remove the RS-232 DB25 board, unscrew the two hex screws (on the exterior of the cabinet) holding theconnector to the cabinet. From the inside of the c...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 82ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.5. FRONT PANELPLEASE READ THIS SECTION IN ITS ENTIRETY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO REPLACE ANY COMPONENT OF THECONTROL PANEL.5.1 CRT ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT1. Turn the power off and disconnect power to the ...

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    1-15-96 96-871083TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.Fig. 5-1 Interior of control panel (rear).8. Plug the black cable and white cable into the matching cables. Feed the white cable through the opening in thetop of the control panel.9. Re...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 84ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.Fig. 5-2 Jog handle encoder.4. Using the 5/64" allen wrench, loosen the two screws holding the knob to the control panel and remove.Fig. 5-3 Jog Handle removal5. Remove the three screw...

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    1-15-96 96-871085TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.3. Disconnect all leads to the switch's connectors. Ensure all leads are properly marked for reconnecting later.Refer to Fig. 5-1 for proper locations.4. Unscrew the two small set screws, o...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 86ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.Fig. 5-4 Keypad installation.8. Insert the ribbon cable through the opening in the control panel and place the keypad in the upper right corner of thelower opening and press to the control pane...

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    1-15-96 96-871087TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.ADDRESS BUSS P4DATA BUSS P5P1760 / P13700 / P3KEYBOARDINFOVIDEOLOW VOLTAGES121D3D2D1ABRS422ABP14P15FLOPPY DRIVEFLOPPY POWERSPAREP11P10P12Fig. 5-5 Keyboard Interface

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    96-8710 1-15-96 88ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.6. SPINDLE ENCODER REPLACEMENTPLEASE READ THIS SECTION IN ITS ENTIRETY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO REMOVE OR REPLACE ENCODER.REMOVAL -1. Loosen the eight motor fan panel mounting bolts (on left end of mac...

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    1-15-96 96-871089TABLE OF CONTENTSELECTRICAL SERVICEHL-SERIESSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.

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    96-8710 1-15-96 90TECHNICAL REFERENCEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESTECHNICAL REFERENCETABLE OF CONTENTS1. SPINDLE OPERATION ....................................................................................................... 2292. SERVOS BRUSH / BRUSHLESS ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.91 SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESTECHNICAL REFERENCE1. SPINDLE OPERATIONSpindle speed is selectable from 50 to 3750 RPM on the lathe.The spindle is hardened and ground with a A2-6 spindle nose.2. SERVO BRUSH / BRUSHLESS2.1 SERVO ENCODERS (BRUSH)Atta...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 92TECHNICAL REFERENCEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIES1200000 x 0.075 = 90000 steps/secondFor a 2000 line encoder and 6 mm screw, this would be:60 x 90000 / 33866 = 159 inches/minuteIn the normal feed cutting mode, with G64 active, giving continu...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.93 SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESTECHNICAL REFERENCE2.5 SERVO COOLING FAN (BRUSH)There is a cooling fan on the servo drive assembly to help cool the servo drive cards. It blows air up past the servodrive cards in order to support convection cooling. ...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 94TECHNICAL REFERENCEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIES2.7 SERVO DRIVE PCB’S (DRIVER)NOTE: REFER TO PCB AND CABLE LOCATION SECTION FOR BOARD DIAGRAMS.The servo drive PCB’s are H drive with PWM control. There are eight states used in the H dri...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.95 SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESTECHNICAL REFERENCEThe user interface and motion profiling have not changed however, and the user should not see any functionaldifferences between a brush type machine and a brushless machine.2.9 SERVO CHARACTERISTICS ...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 96TECHNICAL REFERENCEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESThe IOPCB also contains a circuit for sensing a ground fault condition of the servo power supply. If more than 0.5amps is detected flowing through the grounding connection of the 160V DC buss...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.97 SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESTECHNICAL REFERENCEP45HTC ShuttleP46Chip Conveyor (140)P47Skip input signal (1070)P48spare 1P49spare 2P50Spigot Motor (200)P5116 PIN Relay drivers 17-24 (530)P52spare 1P53Spigot Sense (180)P54Servo Brake (350)P55Red/gre...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 98TECHNICAL REFERENCEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESYou should not normally stop a tool change with EMERGENCY STOP as this will leave the tool changer in anabnormal position that takes special action to correct.Note that tool changer alarms can...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.99 SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESTECHNICAL REFERENCEPOR Power-on-reset complete. (Normally On)If this light does not come on, there is a serious problem with the processor PCB. Checkthat the EPROM is plugged in. Test the card with the buss connector...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 100TECHNICAL REFERENCEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESThe video PCB connectors are:P1 Power connectorJ3 Keyboard (700)J4 Address busJ5 DataJ8 RAM or ROM chip selectJ10 Floppy V+J11 SPAREJ12 FloppyJ13 Video (760)J14 RS422 BJ15 RS422 A5.4 MOTO...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.101 SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESTECHNICAL REFERENCEIn addition to controlling the servos and detecting servo faults, the motor controller board, (MOCON), is also incharge of processing discrete inputs, driving the I/O board relays, commanding the spi...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 102TECHNICAL REFERENCEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIES6. RESISTOR ASSEMBLYThe Resistor Assembly is located on top of the control cabinet. It contains the servo and spindle drive regen loadresistors.6.1 SPINDLE DRIVE REGEN RESISTORA 15-ohm, 900...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.103 SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESTECHNICAL REFERENCEThe power to operate the main contactor is supplied from a 24V AC control transformer that is primary fused at ½amp. This ensures that the only circuit powered when the machine is turned off is thi...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 104TECHNICAL REFERENCEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIES7.5 POWER-UP LOW VOLTAGE CONTROL TRANSFORMER (T5)The low voltage control transformer, T5, supplies power to the coil of the main contactor K1. It guarantees that themaximum voltage leavin...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.105 SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESTECHNICAL REFERENCE8.1 PRIMARY CONNECTION TO T1Input power to T1 is supplied through CB1, the 40 amp three-phase main circuit breaker. Three-phase 230 to T1is connected to the first three terminals of TB10.8.2 VOL...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 106TECHNICAL REFERENCEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESFUSE NAMETYPERATINGVOLTAGELOCATION(amps)FU1AGC½250VPOWER pcb, upper rightFU2AGC½250V““FU3AGC½250V““LAMPAGC½250V“ lower leftFU1AGC½250VSDIST pcb, right centerFU2AGC½250V““FU3AG...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.107 SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESTECHNICAL REFERENCE10.3 TURNING M FUNCTIONS ON AND OFFThe eight optional M code relays can also be separately turned on and off using M codes M51-M54 and M61-M64. M51 to M54 will turn on one of the eight relays and M...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 108TECHNICAL REFERENCEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESThe door hold function can be temporarily disabled with Setting 51, but this setting will return to OFF when thecontrol is turned off.Prior to performing an AUTO POWER UP or an AUTO ALL AXES ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.109 SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESTECHNICAL REFERENCE13. DIAGNOSTIC 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 functio...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 110TECHNICAL REFERENCEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESDISCRETE OUTPUTS#NameDescription#NameDescription1SRV POServo Power On17spare2SP FORSpindle Forward18spare3SP REVSpindle Reverse19spare4SP RSTSpindle Reset20spare5A DOORAuto. Door21TT OUTTool ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.111 SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESTECHNICAL REFERENCE ANALOG DATANameDescriptionDC BUSSDC Servo Buss VoltageSP TEMPSpindle temperature FSP LOADSpindle load in %AUX TMPNot usedSP SPEEDSpindle RPM CW or CCW

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    96-8710 1-15-96 116PARAMETERSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESPARAMETERSParameters are seldom-modified values that change the operation of the machine. These include servo motortypes, gear ratios, speeds, stored stroke limits, lead screw compensations, motor ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.117PARAMETERS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES2 EREV/MREVFor HAAS only.UNDEFINEDBRUSH MOTOREnables the brushless motor option.LINEAR DISPLThis bit changes the display from degrees to inches (or millimeters) on the Aand B axes.SCALE/X LOWith SCALE/X H...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 118PARAMETERSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESmotor gives 630.Parameter 12XSTEPS/REVOLUTIONEncoder steps per revolution of motor. Thus a 2000 line encoder gives:2000 x 4 = 8000.Parameter 13XBACKLASHBacklash correction in encoder steps.Paramete...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.119PARAMETERS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESParameter 28BDEAD ZONESee Parameter 14 for description.Parameter 29ZSWITCHESSee Parameter 1 for description.Parameter 30ZP GAINSee Parameter 2 for description.Parameter 31ZD GAINSee Parameter 3 for descri...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 120PARAMETERSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESParameter 44TURRET P GAINSee Parameter 2 for description.Parameter 45TURRET D GAINSee Parameter 3 for description.Parameter 46TURRET I GAINSee Parameter 4 for description.Parameter 47TURRET RATIO (...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.121PARAMETERS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESRIGID TAPIndicates hardware option for rigid tap.REV SPIN ENCReverses sense direction of spindle encoder.SYNC THREADSThreads will repeat between passes.EX ST MD CHGSelects exact stop in moves when mode ch...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 122PARAMETERSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESParameter 63TURRET LOCK ERRTIMEMaximum delay allowed for tool turret to lock. Units are milliseconds. After this time,an alarm is generated.Parameter 64TOOL CHANGE OFFSETFor turret, displacement ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.123PARAMETERS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESParameter 76LOW AIR DELAYDelay allowed after sensing low air pressure before alarm is generated. Alarmskipped if air pressure returns before delay. Units are 1/50 seconds.Parameter 77SP LOCK SETTLE TIMERe...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 124PARAMETERSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESParameter 102IN POSITION LIMIT BSame definition as Parameter 101.Parameter 103IN POSITION LIMIT ZSame definition as Parameter 101.Parameter 104IN POSITION LIMIT ASame definition as Parameter 101.Pa...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.125PARAMETERS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESParameter 116A ACC/DEC T CONSTSame definition as Parameter 113Parameter 117LUB CYCLE TIMEIf this is set nonzero, it is the cycle time for the lube pump and the lube pressure switchoption is checked for cy...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 126PARAMETERSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESParameter 131MAX SPINDLE RPMThis is the maximum RPM available to the spindle. When this speed is programmed,the D-to-A output will be +10V and the spindle drive must be calibrated to providethis.Pa...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.127PARAMETERS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESParameter 148A ACCEL FEED FORWARDSame as Parameter 145.Parameter 149UNDEFINEDThis parameter sets the delay time from pre-charge to tool release. Units aremilliseconds.Parameter 150MAX SP RPM LOW GEARMax s...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 128PARAMETERSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESGREEN BEACONWhen (1) user relay M25 is used to flash a beacon. If the control is in a resetstate, the beacon will be off. If the control is running normally, the beaconwill be steadily on. If th...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.129PARAMETERS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESParameter 216CNVYR RELAY DELAYDelay time in 1/50 seconds required on conveyor relays before another actioncan be commanded. Default is 5.Parameter 217CNVYR IGNORE OC TIMAmount of time in 1/50 seconds bef...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 130PARAMETERSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESParameter 248CHUCK UNCLAMP RPMThe RPM at which the chuck will not operate. If the spindle is spinning faster than thisvalue the chuck will not open, and if it is spinning slower than this value th...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.131MAINTENANCE S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESMAINTENANCE SCHEDULE AND LUBRICATION CHARTFOR THE HL-SERIES LATHEThe following is a list of required regular maintenance for the HAAS HL Series Turning Centers. Listed are thefrequency of service, capac...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 132MAINTENANCEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESLUBRICATION CHART AND CHUCK MAINTENANCEITEMCAPACITYFLUID TYPECOOLANT30 gallons (40 for HL-3/4)Water soluble, synthetic, or cutting oil.WAY LUBEApprox. 1 quartVactra #2 or equivalentCHUCK MAINTENA...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.133CABLE LOCATIONS SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESPCB'SCABLE LOCATIONSANDBOARD DIAGRAMS

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    96-8710 1-15-96 134CABLE LOCATIONSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESP1P5290 / P19FU1FU2FU3170/P4740/P2P394959691929370/P15800A/P14910/P7P24860A/P17860A/P3190/P8800/P30930/P6TB2TB1860/P13860/P12860/P27860/P11P26860/P10P9P21P22FU6CB2CB3CB4-12V+12V+5VLOW VOLTAGELOW ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.135CABLE LOCATIONS SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESPOWER PCB 32-5010CABLE CONNECTIONSPOWERPLUG#CABLE#SIGNAL NAMEèTO:LOCATIONPLUG#P1——-190-260VAC INPUTèTO:CB1——-P3——-K1 COILèTO:K1 CONTACTOR——-P4170AUTO OFFèTO:I/O PCBP8P5PRI-SECPRI-SEC/T5èTO...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 136CABLE LOCATIONSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESBATTERYEXT. BAT.RUNPGMCRTMSGSIOPORHALT+5VS1850A850P3ADDRESS BUSSDATA BUSSJUMPERJ6SERIALPORT 2SERIALPORT 1LOWVOLTAGEMICRO PROCESSOR PCB 32-3090

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.137CABLE LOCATIONS SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESMICRO PROCESSOR PCB 32-3090CABLE CONNECTIONSPROC.PLUG#CABLE#SIGNAL NAMEèTO:LOCATIONPLUG#ADDRESSADDRESS BUSSèTO:VIDEO PCB——-& DATADATA BUSSMOTIF PCB——-P3860LOW VOLTAGEèTO:POWER SUPPLY PCB——-...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 138CABLE LOCATIONSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESP33 / 90P34 / 90AP35 / 90BP36 / 90CP37 / 1035810/P39FU1NE180 /1060/P28 / 910P29 / 390P12 / 880AP5 / 110P9 / 710P54 / 350P6 / 930P7 / 940P8 / 170/ 300/ 160200/140/FU2FU3FU4GND M21 - 24 / P26...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.139CABLE LOCATIONS SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESI/O PCB P/N 32-3080CABLE CONNECTIONSLATHEI/O PLUG#CABLE#èTO:LOCATIONPLUG#P1510èTO:MOTIF PCBP11P2520èTO:MOTIF PCBP12P3540èTO:MOTIF PCBP14P4550èTO:MOTIF PCBP10P5110èTO:SDIST PCBP11P6930èTO:POWER PC...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 140CABLE LOCATIONSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIES980 / P9970 / P121060 / P13110 / P11860A / P580 / P8920 / P10FAN / P7570 / P1580 / P2590 / P3600 / P4R11R15R2FU2FU1NE2NE1LE1FU3NE3TB2TB193W92V910-+-+-+-+REGENX DRIVERLOW VOLTAGEY DRIVERLOW VOLTAG...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.141CABLE LOCATIONS SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESSERVO DISTRIBUTION (SDIST)PCB 32-5020CABLE CONNECTIONSI/O PLUG#CABLE#èTO:LOCATIONPLUG#P1570X DRIVER LOW VOLTAGEèTO:X SERVO DRIVERP1P2580Y DRIVER LOW VOLTAGEèTO:Y SERVO DRIVERP1P3590Z DRIVER LOW VOLTA...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 142CABLE LOCATIONSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESSERVO DRIVER PCB’S 32-4070+160VDCGRD.F3F1F2MOTORX-570 / P1Y-580 / P1Z-590 / P1A-600 / P1X-610 / P3Y-620 / P3Z-630 / P3A-640 / P3XYZAAXISAXISAXISAXISP8+160VDCDRIVESIGNALDRIVEP2(SIDE VIEW)LOW VOLTAGE

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.143CABLE LOCATIONS SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESSERVO DRIVER PCB’s - P/N 32-4070CABLE CONNECTIONSLATHEDRIVERPLUG#CABLE#SIGNAL NAMEèTO:LOCATIONPLUG#X AXISP1570LOW VOLTAGEèTO:SDIST PCBP1P2——-MOTOR DRIVEèTO:X SERVO MOTOR——-P3610X DRIVE SIGNALèT...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 144CABLE LOCATIONSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESR54980/1020730BADDRESS BUSSDATA BUSS550 / P10750 / P18660 / P6670 / P7680 / P8690 / P9990/1000 / P20860 / P15610 / P2620 / P3630 / P4640 / P5720 / P16540 / P14530 / P13520 / P12510 / P11LOW VOLTA...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.145CABLE LOCATIONS SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESMOTIF PCB 32-4020CABLE CONNECTIONSMOTIF PLUG#CABLE#èTO:LOCATIONPLUG#ADDRESSADDRESS BUSSèTO:VIDEO PCB——-& DATADATA BUSSMICRO PROC. PCB——-P2610X DRIVE SIGNALèTO:X SERVO DRIVEP3P3620Y DRIVE SIG...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 146CABLE LOCATIONSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESADDRESS BUSS P4DATA BUSS P5P1760 / P13700 / P3KEYBOARDINFOVIDEOLOW VOLTAGES121D3D2D1ABRS422ABP14P15FLOPPY DRIVEFLOPPY POWERSPAREP11P10P12VIDEO & KEYBOARD PCB 32-3201

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.147CABLE LOCATIONS SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESVIDEO & KEYBOARD PCB 32-3201WITH FLOPPY DRIVECABLE CONNECTIONSVIDEOCABLE#èTO:LOCATIONPLUG#PLUG#P1860LOW VOLTAGEèTO:POWER SUPPLY PCB——-P3700KEYBOARD INFO.èTO:KEYBOARD INT.——-P4——-ADDRESS BUS...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 148CABLE LOCATIONSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESP21 / 980 P22 / 730BADDRESS BUSS P19DATA BUSS P1550 / P10750 / P18660 / P6670 / P7680 / P8690 / P9860 / P15610 / P2620 / P3630 / P4640 / P5540 / P14530 / P13520 / P12510 / P11LOW VOLTAGEX D...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.149CABLE LOCATIONS SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESMOCON PCB 32-4023 CCABLE CONNECTIONSMOCONPLUG#CABLESIGNAL NAMEèTO:LOCATIONPLUG#P1DATA BUSSèTO:VIDEO PCB——-èTO:MICRO PROC. PCB——-P2610X DRIVE SIGNALèTO:X SERVO DRIVE AMP.PP3620Y DRIVE SIGNALèT...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 150CABLE LOCATIONSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESCAUTIONHIGH VOLTAGEHAASBRUSHLESSSERVOAMPLIFIERFUSE OPENABC- HV+HV12V FAILFAULTPWR ON320VDC (FROM SPINDLE DRIVE)TO SERVO MOTORLOW VOLTAGE (INPUT)SERVO DRIVE SIGNAL (FROM MOCON)BRUSHLESS SERVO AMPL...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.151CABLE LOCATIONS SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESBRUSHLESS SERVO AMPLIFIER 32-5550(REV C) CABLE CONNECTIONSDRIVERPLUG#CABLE#SIGNAL NAMEèTO:LOCATIONPLUG#X AXIS AMPP570LOW VOLTAGEèTO:L. V. POWER SUPPLY——-TB A, B, C——-MOTOR DRIVEèTO:X SERVO MOTO...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 152CABLE LOCATIONSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIESCABLE LOCATION DIAGRAM

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.153CABLE LOCATIONS SERVICE MANUALHL-SERIES

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    96-8710 1-15-96 154CABLE LISTHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESCABLE LISTThe following is a summary of the cables used in the wiring of this control:WIRE/TERMINAL FUNCTION NAME:NUMBERGNDINCOMING EARTH GROUND #8-FROM INCOMING POWER GROUND-TO CHASSIS GROUND-TO 1...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.155CABLE LIST S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES92 LEG 1 #1693 LEG 2 #1690B 115 VAC TO HEAT EXCHANGER - SHIELD +291 LEG 1 #1693 LEG 2 #1690C 115 VAC TO CB4 - SHIELD +291 LEG 1 #1692 LEG 2 #16100 M-FIN (IOASM TO SIDE OF BOX)101 LEG 1 #16102 LEG 2...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 156CABLE LISTHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES191 INPUT 25192 DIGITAL RETURN200 COOLANT SPIGOT MOTOR (12VDC)201 MOTOR +202 MOTOR -210 DATA CABLE TO 3" FLOPPY DISK DRIVE (40 PINS)220 SERVO BRAKE 115VAC - SHIELD +2221 115VAC COMMON222 ...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.157CABLE LIST S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES321 SWITCHES COMMON322 DB DOWN323 PALLET UP324 PALLET DOWN325 PALLET CW326 PALLET CCW327 SCREW IN *328 FIXTURE CLAMPED *330 230V 3PH FROM CB6 TO K2 (LATHE HYDRAULICS)331332333340 2...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 158CABLE LISTHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES520 RELAY CARD 2 DRIVE CABLE - 16 WIRE RIBBON #24530 RELAY CARD 3 DRIVE CABLE - 16 WIRE RIBBON #24540 RELAY CARD 4 DRIVE CABLE - 16 WIRE RIBBON #24550 INPUTS CARD CABLE (MOTIF-P10) 34 WIRE RIBBON #...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.159CABLE LIST S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES660 X-ENCODER CABLE - SHIELD +7661 LOGIC RETURN (D GROUND) #24662 ENCODER A CHANNEL #24663 ENCODER B CHANNEL #24664 +5 VDC #24665 ENCODER Z CHANNEL #24666 HOME/LIMIT SW #24667 OVERHEAT SWITCH #2466...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 160CABLE LISTHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES744 POWER OFF SWITCH LEG 2 #24 N.C.750 JOG-CRANK DATA CABLE - SHIELD +4751 LOGIC RETURN (D GROUND) (65) #24752 ENCODER A CHANNEL #24753 ENCODER B CHANNEL #24754 +5 VDC #24760 MONITOR VIDEO DAT...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.161CABLE LIST S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES830 OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT - SHIELD +2831 OVERHEAT SIGNAL (INPUT 14) #20832 OVERHEAT RETURN (D GROUND) (65) #20840 CIRCUIT BREAKER FOR 160 VDC - SHIELD +2841 LEG 1 (TO 81) #14842 LEG 2 #14850 SERIAL PORT...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 162CABLE LISTHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES896 SPINDLE LOCKED (INPUT 17) #24900 LOW COOLANT STATUS - SHIELD +2901 LOW COOLANT SIGNAL (INPUT 4 TO P7-C) #20902 LOW COOLANT RETURN (D GROUND) (65 TO P7-D) #20910 115 VAC CIRCUIT BREAKER TO SO...

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.163CABLE LIST S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIES1000 SPINDLE ENCODER CABLE - SHIELD +5 (LATHE TAIL STOCK)1001 LOGIC RETURN (D GROUND) (TO MOTIF P20-1) #241002 ENCODER A CHANNEL (TO MOTIF P20-2) #241003 ENCODER B CHANNEL (TO MOTIF P20-3) #241004 +5...

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    96-8710 1-15-96 164ASSY. DRAWINGSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESLATHEASSEMBLY DRAWINGS

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.165ASSY. DRAWINGS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESX-AXIS LEADSCREW ASSEMBLY

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    96-8710 1-15-96 166ASSY. DRAWINGSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESY-AXIS LEADSCREW ASSEMBLY

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.167ASSY. DRAWINGS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESHL-2 BASE ASSEMBLY

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    96-8710 1-15-96 168ASSY. DRAWINGSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESHL-2 BASE ASSEMBLY (SIDE VIEW)

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.169ASSY. DRAWINGS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESHL-1 BASE ASSEMBLY (TOP VIEW)

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    96-8710 1-15-96 170ASSY. DRAWINGSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESHL-1 BASE ASSEMBLY (SIDE VIEW)

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.171ASSY. DRAWINGS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESSPINDLE ASSEMBLY

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    96-8710 1-15-96 172ASSY. DRAWINGSHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESSPINDLE MOTOR

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    1-15-96 96-8710HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.173ASSY. DRAWINGS S E R V I C E MANUALHL-SERIESTURRET HOUSING

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