Power Mate i - Model D/H Connection manual (Hardware) Page 1

Connection manual (Hardware)
FANUC Power Mate *-MODEL D
FANUC Power Mate *-MODEL H
CONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE)
B-63173EN/03

Contents Summary of Power Mate i - Model D/H Connection manual (Hardware)

  • Page 1FANUC Power Mate *-MODEL D FANUC Power Mate *-MODEL H CONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE) B-63173EN/03
  • Page 2Ȧ No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form. Ȧ All specifications and designs are subject to change without notice. In this manual we have tried as much as possible to describe all the various matters. However, we cannot describe all the matters which must not be done, or which cannot be
  • Page 3B–63173EN/03 DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTE DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTE This manual includes safety precautions for protecting the user and preventing damage to the machine. Precautions are classified into Warning and Caution according to their bearing on safety. Also, supplem
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  • Page 5B–63173EN/03 Table of Contents DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s–1 1. PREFACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2. CONFIGURATION .
  • Page 6TABLE OF CONTENTS B–63173EN/03 6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 6.1 MACHINE INTERFACE I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 6.1.1 General . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 7B–63173EN/03 TABLE OF CONTENTS 6.8.5 DI (Matrix Input Signal) Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 6.8.6 DO (Output Signal) Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
  • Page 8TABLE OF CONTENTS B–63173EN/03 7.2 HIGH SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 7.2.1 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 9B–63173EN/03 TABLE OF CONTENTS 8.3.1 Outline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 249 8.3.2 Video and Power Supply Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 10TABLE OF CONTENTS B–63173EN/03 9.1.1 Connection by FSSB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 317 9.1.2 Sharing a Servo Amplifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 11B–63173EN/03 TABLE OF CONTENTS 10.1.1 RS–232–C Interface Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 371 10.1.2 RS–232–C Serial Port Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
  • Page 12TABLE OF CONTENTS B–63173EN/03 C.1.1 Vertical–type Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 466 C.2 CABLE–SIDE CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 13B–63173EN/03 1. PREFACE 1 PREFACE This manual describes the electrical and structural specifications required for connecting the FANUC Power Mate i–MODEL D/H to a machine. The manual outlines the components commonly used for FANUC Power Mate i–MODEL D/H, as shown in the configuration diagram in Chap
  • Page 141. PREFACE B–63173EN/03 Configuration of the This manual consists of Chapters 1 to 11 and Appendixes. manual Chapter title Description Chapter 2 Outlines connections for the Power Mate–i and guides the reader concerning CONFIGURATION additional details. Chapter 3 This chapter describes the installat
  • Page 15B–63173EN/03 1. PREFACE Chapter title Description Chapter 11 This chapter describes the handling of emergency stop signals. The user must EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL read this chapter before attempting to operate the CNC. Appendix A External dimensions of units B 20–pin interface connectors and cables C C
  • Page 162. CONFIGURATION B–63173EN/03 2 CONFIGURATION The following figure shows the configuration of the electrical system of the machine tool and industrial machine with which this control is used. This manual describes how to connect the units illustrated in Fig. 2. The machine body, machine operator’s p
  • Page 17B–63173EN/03 2. CONFIGURATION (7.2) Host computer Heat ex- Relay connector (10.1) changer (3.5) I/O device (3.6) Setting and display unit (8) Manual pulse generator (10.3) Operator’s I/O Control unit moduler etc. (3.8) (6) Machine operator’s panel (5) I/O module Power mag- Sensor/ I/O unit etc. neti
  • Page 182. CONFIGURATION B–63173EN/03 NOTE 1 For the I/O unit, refer to “FANUC I/O Unit Model A Connection/Maintenance Manual (B–61813E)” and “FANUC I/O Unit Model B Connection Manual (B–62163E).” 2 For the connection between the amplifier and motor, see the following manuals: – FANUC AC Servo Motor α serie
  • Page 19B–63173EN/03 3. INSTALLATION 3 INSTALLATION 7
  • Page 203. INSTALLATION B–63173EN/03 3.1 The peripheral units and the control unit have been designed on the assumption that they are housed in closed cabinets. In this manual ENVIRONMENTAL “cabinet” refers to the following: REQUIREMENTS D Cabinet for housing the control unit or peripheral units; D Operatio
  • Page 21B–63173EN/03 3. INSTALLATION 3.2 The following unit requires a power supply of 24 VDC "10% (including instantaneous change and ripple). POWER SUPPLY FOR CNC CONTROL NOTE UNITS 1 The Power Mate–i requires an additional 24–V power supply for DOs. 2 Use memory cards that consume no more than 2 W. Table
  • Page 223. INSTALLATION B–63173EN/03 Table 3.2 (b) Power supply capacity for peripheral unit Unit Power supply capacity External I/O card D, E 500 + 7.3 x n (mA) where n is the number of input points that are turned on simultaneously I/O Unit–A The required current varies depending on the number of modules.
  • Page 23B–63173EN/03 3. INSTALLATION 3.3 When a cabinet is designed, it must satisfy the environmental conditions described in Section 3.1. In addition, the magnetic interference on the DESIGN AND CRT screen, noise resistance, and maintenance requirements must be INSTALLATION considered. The cabinet design
  • Page 243. INSTALLATION B–63173EN/03 D The CRT screen can be distorted by magnetic interference. Arranging magnetic sources must be done with care. If magnetic sources (such as transformers, fan motors, electromagnetic contactors, solenoids, and relays) are located near the CRT display, they frequently dist
  • Page 25B–63173EN/03 3. INSTALLATION 3.4 HEAT DISSIPATED Unit Heat loss BY EACH UNIT Control unit 25W (Option board is not included) Option board HSSB board 4W I/O Link–II slave board 6W I/O Link–II slave board B 7W Profibus–DP master board 6W Profibus–DP slave board 6W DeviceNet master board 5W DeviceNet m
  • Page 263. INSTALLATION B–63173EN/03 FSSB I/O module basic unit 7.5 + 0.175 x n (W) where n is the number of input points that are turned FSSB I/O module basic unit + on simultaneously expansion unit Analog servo interface unit, basic unit 10W (type F) 17W (type M) Analog servo interface unit, basic unit 14
  • Page 27B–63173EN/03 3. INSTALLATION 3.5 Heat generated in units and parts installed in a cabinet raises the temperature of the air inside the cabinet, compared with the external air. THERMAL DESIGN Since the generated heat is radiated from the surface of the cabinet, the OF THE CABINET temperature of the a
  • Page 283. INSTALLATION B–63173EN/03 3.6 The CNC has been steadily reduced in size using surface–mount and custom LSI technologies for electronic components. The CNC also is ACTION AGAINST designed to be protected from external noise. However, it is difficult to NOISE measure the level and frequency of nois
  • Page 29B–63173EN/03 3. INSTALLATION NOTE 1 The groups must be 10 cm or more apart from one another when binding the cables in each group. 2 The electromagnetic shield refers to shielding between groups with grounded steel plates. Cabinet Servo Spindle Control amp. amp. unit Cable of group B, C Duct To oper
  • Page 303. INSTALLATION B–63173EN/03 3.6.2 The following ground systems are provided for the machine : Ground D Signal grounding Signal grounding supplies a reference potential (0 V) for electrical signals. D Grounding for protection Grounding for protection is performed for safety reasons as well as to shi
  • Page 31B–63173EN/03 3. INSTALLATION 3.6.3 Connect the signal ground (FG) terminal for the Power Mate to the Connecting the Ground grounded plate of the cabinet. The grounded plate must be connected to the protection ground (PE) as shown below. for Signal of the Control Unit Cabinet FG terminals (Fastonterm
  • Page 323. INSTALLATION B–63173EN/03 3.6.4 The AC/DC solenoid and relay are used in the power magnetics cabinet. Noise Suppressor A high pulse voltage is caused by coil inductance when these devices are turned on or off. This pulse voltage induced through the cable causes the electronic circuits to be distu
  • Page 33B–63173EN/03 3. INSTALLATION Diode Diode (used for direct–current circuits) – + Diode Use a diode which can withstand a DC relay voltage up to two times the applied voltage and a current up to two times the applied current. 3.6.5 If a cable connected to the CNC, servo amplifier, spindle amplifier, o
  • Page 343. INSTALLATION B–63173EN/03 ÇÇ Machine side installation ÇÇ board ÇÇ Control unit ÇÇ ÇÇ ÇÇ ÇÇ ÇÇ ÇÇ ÇÇ ÇÇ Ground plate ÇÇ ÇÇ ÇÇ Metal fittings ÇÇ ÇÇ for clamp Shield cover Fig. 3.6.5 (b) Cable clamp (2) Prepare ground plate like the following figure. Ground terminal (grounded) Hole for securing met
  • Page 35B–63173EN/03 3. INSTALLATION Ground 8mm plate 12mm 20mm Fig. 3.6.5 (d) Ground plate holes (Reference) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clamp. Max. 55mm 28mm 6mm 17mm Fig. 3.6.5 (e) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clamp Ordering specification for metal fittings for clamp A02B–0124–K001 (8 pi
  • Page 363. INSTALLATION B–63173EN/03 3.6.6 To protect the devices from surge voltages due to lightening, it is Measures Against recommended to install surge–absorbing elements between the lines of the input power and between one line and ground. This does not, Surges due to however, assure protection from a
  • Page 37B–63173EN/03 3. INSTALLATION Notes (1) For a better surge absorbing effect, the wiring shown by heavy line must be as short as possible. Wire Size: The wire diameter must be 2 mm2 or greater. Wire length: The sum of the length (a) of the wire for the connection of surge–absorbing element 1 and that
  • Page 383. INSTALLATION B–63173EN/03 3.7 CONTROL UNIT 3.7.1 The control units of the Power Mate i consist of below components. Configuration of the Table 3.7.1 Configuration of the control unit Control Unit No. Name Remarks 1 Control unit 2 Fan unit 3 Back panel May not be provided. Connection port of the f
  • Page 39B–63173EN/03 3. INSTALLATION 3.7.2 Space between control units to be installed. Installation of the Control Unit or more NOTE The unit is narrower than conventional Power Mates, so that the control unit can be mounted using the same mounting holes as those for a 60–mm servo amplifier. 27
  • Page 403. INSTALLATION B–63173EN/03 The control unit consists of a plastic box, fan motors and a PCB. A fan is provided at the top of the control unit. The fan unit incorporates a fan motor. To enable easy removal and replacement of the fan unit, leave the space (space ) shown in the figure below. The air
  • Page 41B–63173EN/03 3. INSTALLATION 3.8 CABLE–LEAD–IN DIAGRAM Air out Air in Weight Unit : mm 29
  • Page 423. INSTALLATION B–63173EN/03 3.9 CONNECTOR LAYOUT OF CONTROL UNIT Front Bottom face Battery Display (CRT link) To back step of I/O Link (slave) Manual pulse generator analog input Memory card I/O Link (master) Spindle To front step of I/O Link (slave) Position coder external pulse input Fuse diagnos
  • Page 43B–63173EN/03 4. TOTAL CONNECTION 4 TOTAL CONNECTION Base PCB J22 I/O Link slave–IN(JD1B) FANUC I/O Link Upper step J22 I/O Link slave–OUT(JD1A) FANUC I/O Link Lower step 24V–IN(CP1) J30 24VDC power 24V–OUT(CP2) I/O device, CRT/MDI, and etc. J137 J30 CRT/MDI, etc. CPD1 J142 DISPLAY(JD41) JD13 RS–232–
  • Page 444. TOTAL CONNECTION B–63173EN/03 J40, J147 Position coder, POSITION(JA46) external pulse generator J38 Analog spindle control circuit SPINDLE(JA11) Breaker 200VAC AC reactor JA11 is not 200VAC used for Power MCC breaker Mate i–H TB2 CX3 CX1 PSM J39 TB1 CX4 A CX1B CX2B JX1B Position coder CX1A TB1 CX
  • Page 45B–63173EN/03 4. TOTAL CONNECTION Option board Option board NOTE 1 Spindle function can not be used for Power Mate i–H. 2 The maximum number of controllable axes is two for the Power Mate i–D and eight for the Power Mate i–H. 3 Boards such as the I/O Link–II board, HSSB board, and Ethernet board are
  • Page 465. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION B–63173EN/03 5 POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION 34
  • Page 47B–63173EN/03 5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION 5.1 Specifications of a recommended external 24–VDC power supply (regulated power supply) (The requirements of the UL 1950 standard SPECIFICATIONS must be satisfied.) AND CIRCUIT Output voltage: Output voltage: 24 VDC (10% (21.6 to 26.4 V) CONFIGURATION O
  • Page 485. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION B–63173EN/03 (1) Timing chart(1) Instantaneous Instantaneous disconnection (–100%) disconnection (–50%) AC input 10ms 20ms voltage 26.4V Output voltage 21.6V Abrupt change in load Output current 0A Fig. Example of ripple voltage and noise in a switching power supply 2
  • Page 49B–63173EN/03 5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION <2> Circuit example in which an abrupt change in load causes the output voltage to exceed the output voltage specification (21.6 to 26.4 V) 1 Regulated AC input Power Mate i power supply Device with large load fluctuation 2 Regulated AC input power supply
  • Page 505. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION B–63173EN/03 Recommendation The description of a unit having a 24–VDC power supply, indicating that the unit must be turned on at the same time as the Power Mate i or before the CNC power–on operation, has been modified as follows: Turn on the unit at the same time as
  • Page 51B–63173EN/03 5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION 5.2 POWER CONNECTION DIAGRAMS OF SYSTEMS CONTAINING THE Power Mate i 1) If the Power Mate i is not a FANUC I/O Link slave Main Electromagnetic AC line Servo Servo 24–VDC breaker contacts filter converter inverter input CRT/MDI, etc. 3–phase 200 VAC 200VAC
  • Page 525. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION B–63173EN/03 D If the FANUC I/O Link master uses 200–VAC power Main Electromagnetic AC line Servo Servo breaker contacts filter converter inverter 24–VDC CRT/MDI, etc. input 3–phase 200VAC 200 VAC for motive 24–VDC power Power Mate i input Single–phase 200 VAC for con
  • Page 53B–63173EN/03 5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION 5.3 Apply the following power–on sequence. Alternatively, turn on the power to all the units simultaneously. POWER–ON SEQUENCE 1 Power to the Entire machine <200 VAC> Power to the servo amplifier <200 VAC> , power to the separate detector 2 Power to the F
  • Page 545. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION B–63173EN/03 5.4 Apply the following power–off sequence. Alternatively, turn off the power to all the units simultaneously. POWER–OFF SEQUENCE 1 Power to the FANUC I/O Link master (such as a CNC) <24 VDC or 200 VAC> Power to the Power Mate i <24 VDC> Power to the FANU
  • Page 55B–63173EN/03 5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION 5.5 The power to the Power Mate i only can be turned OFF/ON only when the separate detector interface unit, FSSB I/O module, and servo amplifier TURNING OFF/ON are all ON. THE POWER TO THE Note, however, that turning OFF/ON the power to the FANUC I/O Link
  • Page 565. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION B–63173EN/03 5.7 Supply power to the control unit from external resource. It is possible to divert a voltage of RS–232–C device at CP1 to CP2 for POWER use in units, such as a CRT and MDI, that are designed to operate on 24 CONNECTIONS VDC. In this case, the external
  • Page 57B–63173EN/03 5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION 5.9 In a system using the Series Power Mate i, batteries are used as follows: BATTERIES Use Component connected to battery Backup in the CNC data CNC Preservation of the current position indicated Servo amplifier by the absolute pulse coder built into the
  • Page 585. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION B–63173EN/03 CAUTION 1 Be sure to back up the latest data of the SRAM memory to a flash memory card or Handy File to protect against a dead battery or accident. (Data cannot be backed up to an SRAM memory card. An SRAM memory card is used to copy data to the hard disk
  • Page 59B–63173EN/03 5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION (4) Remove the old battery from the top of the Power Mate control unit. First unlatch the battery, remove it from the battery holder, and detach its connector. The battery holder is on top of the face plate (or the memory connector) on the base printed–ci
  • Page 605. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION B–63173EN/03 Used batteries must be discarded according to appropriate local ordinances or rules. When discarding batteries, insulate them by using tape and so forth to prevent the battery terminals from short–circuiting. Use of alkaline dry cells To use commercially
  • Page 61B–63173EN/03 5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION Replacing the alkaline (1) Prepare two new alkaline dry cells (size D). dry cells (size D) (2) Turn the Power Mate i on. (3) Remove the battery case cover. (4) Replace the batteries, paying careful attention to their orientation. (5) Replace the battery c
  • Page 625. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION B–63173EN/03 5.9.2 The battery for the absolute pulse coder built into the motor is installed Battery for Absolute in the servo amplifier. For how to connect and replace the battery, refer to the following manuals: Pulse Coder Built into D FANUC SERVO MOTOR α series M
  • Page 63B–63173EN/03 5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION NOTE 1 Clearly specify the method of reference position return operation beforehand to protect against a dead battery or accident. Before replacing the battery, in particular, check that the method of reference position return operation is clearly specifi
  • Page 646. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6 CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE 52
  • Page 656. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.1 MACHINE INTERFACE I/O 6.1.1 Combinations of the units listed in Table 6.1 can be used as the machine interface I/O. General The I/O units can be classified into two types: the I/O units tailored to the FANUC I/O Link, and the built-in
  • Page 666. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Table 6.1.1 Types of machine interface I/O Unit Description Reference Operator’s panel I/O Unit having an interface with a machine Sec. 6.9 module operator’s panel that handles the input/output signals required by the power magnetics circu
  • Page 676. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.1.2 The addresses between the machine and the PMC are explained for each Addresses between the I/O unit. When the following functions are used, the machine–to–PMC addresses Machine and the PMC are fixed. If the functions are not used, th
  • Page 686. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 2) I/O unit for FANUC I/O Link The following addresses can be used between the machine and the PMC: DI: 1024 addresses from X000 to X127 DO: 1024 addresses from Y000 to Y127 Machine–to–PMC addresses 1 For the Power Mate i–D (1 path) #7 #6
  • Page 696. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.2 CONNECTION OF THE FANUC I/O LINK 6.2.1 In FANUC I/O Link (omit as I/O Link) there are the master station and General its slave stations. The master is the Controller of the Power Mate or others, and the slaves are the I/O unit and I/O
  • Page 706. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.2.2 Connection of FANUC Control unit or preceding I/O Link by Electric slave unit Cable JD1A JD1B JD1A (PCR–EV20MDT) (PCR–E20LMD) (PCR–E20LMD) 1 SIN 11 0V 1 SIN 11 0V JD1B 2 *SIN 12 0V 2 *SIN 12 0V 3 SOUT 13 0V 3 SOUT 13 0V Next 4 *SOUT
  • Page 716. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.2.3 The FANUC I/O Link can be extended to the maximum length of 200 m Connection of FANUC with optical cables using an optical I/O link adapter. I/O Link Optical Cable NOTE In the following cases, use an optical cable. D When the cable i
  • Page 726. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 D Interunit connecting cables 01 SIN 11 0V Unit side Adapter side JD1A,JD1B JD1 02 *SIN 12 0V 03 SOUT 13 0V SIN(01) (03)SOUT 04 *SOUT 14 0V *SIN(02) (04)*SOUT 05 15 0V SOUT(03) (01)SIN 06 16 0V *SOUT(04) (02)*SIN 07 17 +5V(09) (09)+5V 08 1
  • Page 736. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Required parts For making up an I/O Link using the optical I/O link adapter, the following parts are necessary: D Optical I/O Link adapter 2 D Interunit connecting cable 2 D Optical cable 1 61
  • Page 746. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.3 INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNAL SPECIFICATIONS 6.3.1 1) DC input signal A Input Signal DC input signal A is a category of signals sent from machine Specifications components (such as pushbutton, limit switch, relay contact) to the Power Mate. 2) D
  • Page 756. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE NOTE The DC input signal, B, can be used under the following input ratings: Closed–circuit contact voltage drop: 3.5 V or lower (including a voltage drop across the cable, at 8.5 mA) Receiver delay time: 4 ms (maximum) 6.3.2 The Power Mate
  • Page 766. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Output signal driver The output signal driver can output up to eight signals. The driver element monitors the current of each output signal. If an overcurrent is detected, the output of that signal is turned off. Once a signal has been tur
  • Page 776. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Source–type driver circuit Regulated DOC power supply | +24V 0V 0V Parallel connection inhibited When using a dark–light resistance, connect a leakage prevention diode to it. Power Mate DOC Regulated power supply +24V 0V Source–
  • Page 786. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.4 CONNECTION OF BUILT–IN I/O 6.4.1 Outline Power Mate 34–pin ribbon cable connector Machine operator’s Built–in panel I/O J86, J87 Base PC board DI 32 pins DO 24 pins This is built–in I/O mounted on the base PC board of Power Mate. The D
  • Page 796. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE (6) Pin No. of connector To P.C.B. Prevent key Upper side Pin mark The near side to prevent key is an A A side. B The opposite side is a B side. 17 (From cable side) 321 The near pin to pin mark is No. A1. (7) When the cable is run outside
  • Page 806. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 CAUTION If the ladder program does not perform alarm processing for F248, the Power Mate cannot detect an error (if occurs) in the DO driver. 6.4.2 (1) DI signals PMC Signals ADDRESS #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 X1000 155–B05 155–A06 155–B04 15
  • Page 816. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.4.3 Machine Interface Built–in I/O CB155 CB156 34–pin flat cable connector A B A B 01 +24E +24E 01 +24E +24E 02 X1000.0 X1000.1 02 X1002.0 X1002.1 03 X1000.2 X1000.3 03 X1002.2 X1002.3 04 X1000.4 X1000.5 04 X1002.4 X1002.5 05 —— X1000.7
  • Page 826. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.4.4 Details of DI Connection Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CB155(A01, B01) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit CB155(A02) X1000. 0 CB155(B02) X1000. 1 CB155(A03) X1000. 2 CB155(B03) X1000. 3 C
  • Page 836. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CB155(A01, B01) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit CB155(A07) X1001. 0 CB155(B07) X1001. 1 CB155(A08) X1001. 2 CB155(B08) X1001. 3 CB155(A09) X1001. 4 CB155(B09) X
  • Page 846. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CB156(A01, B01) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit CB156(A02) X1002. 0 CB156(B02) X1002. 1 CB156(A03) X1002. 2 CB156(B03) X1002. 3 CB156(A04) X1002. 4 CB156(B04) X
  • Page 856. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CB156(A01, B01) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit CB156(A07) X1003. 0 CB156(B07) X1003. 1 CB156(A08) X1003. 2 CB156(B08) X1003. 3 CB156(A09) X1003. 4 CB156(B09) X
  • Page 866. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.4.5 Details of DO Connection Power Mate Pin number Example of connection Source–type Bit number driver CB155(B06) Address number CB156(A06, B06) DOC Regulated power supply +24V 0V Y1000. 0 CB155(A11) Y1000. 1 CB155(B11) Y1000. 2 CB155(A1
  • Page 876. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Pin number Example of connection Source–type Bit number driver CB155(B06) Address number CB156(A06, B06) DOC Regulated power supply +24V 0V Y1001. 0 CB155(A15) Y1001. 1 CB155(B15) Y1001. 2 CB155(A16) Y1001. 3 CB155(B16) Y1001. 4
  • Page 886. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Power Mate Pin number Example of connection Source–type Bit number driver CB155(B06) Address number CB156(A06, B06) DOC Regulated power supply +24V 0V Y1002. 0 CB156(A11) Y1002. 1 CB156(B11) Y1002. 2 CB156(A12) Y1002. 3 CB156(B12) Y1002. 4
  • Page 896. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.5 HIGH–SPEED DI SIGNAL INTERFACE 6.5.1 General Connector panel Machine Power Mate operator’s panel CB156 Eight high–speed High– speed DI DI points signal The Power Mate has eight high–speed DI signal interface points. They are accommodat
  • Page 906. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.5.3 Signal List Signal Connector pin number HDI0 CB156–A07 HDI1 CB156–B07 HDI2 CB156–A08 HDI3 CB156–B08 HDI4 CB156–A09 HDI5 CB156–B09 HDI6 CB156–A10 HDI7 CB156–B10 78
  • Page 916. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.5.4 Machine Interface Built–in I/O CB155 CB156 34–pin flat cable connector A B A B 01 +24E +24E 01 +24E +24E 02 X1000.0 X1000.1 02 X1002.0 X1002.1 03 X1000.2 X1000.3 03 X1002.2 X1002.3 04 X1000.4 X1000.5 04 X1002.4 X1002.5 05 X1000.7 05
  • Page 926. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.5.5 Connection Details Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CB156(A01, B01) Filter and level conversion circuit CB156(A07) HDI0 CB156(B07) HDI1 CB156(A08) HDI2 CB156(B08) HDI3 CB156(A09) HDI4 CB156(B09) HDI5 CB156(A10) HDI6 C
  • Page 936. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.6 CONNECTION OF I/O CARD D/E 6.6.1 The I/O card (D, E) is connected to the Power Mate–D through the General FANUC I/O Link and is used for interfacing with the machine. The DO is of source type conforming to the safety requirements. Most
  • Page 946. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 D For power cable J24, use a wire of at least 30/0.18 (0.75 mm2). D For information about the connection between the control unit and I/O card, see Subsec. 6.2.2. D To connect with the machine, use a multi–core shielded cable. Recommended
  • Page 956. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE CAUTION If pin CP1 is short–circuited, the Power Mate cannot detect an error in the DO driver. D If a system alarm occurs in the Power Mate when it is using this I/O card, or an I/O Link communication alarm occurs between the Power Mate an
  • Page 966. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.6.2 Connector Layout for I/O Card D/E CM51 1 DI00 33 DIC1 2 DI03 34 DI02 Address 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 19 DI01 3 DI06 35 DI05 20 DI04 Xn DI07 DI06 DI05 DI04 DI03 DI02 DI01 DI00 4 DI11 36 DI10 21 DI07 5 DI14 37 DI13 DI17 DI16 DI15 DI14 DI13 DI1
  • Page 976. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE CMB3 1 DO00 33 0V 2 DO03 34 DO02 Address 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 19 DO01 3 DO06 35 DO05 20 DO04 Yn DO07 DO06 DO05 DO04 DO03 DO02 DO01 DO00 4 DO11 36 DO10 21 DO07 5 DO14 37 DO13 22 DO12 Yn+1 DO17 DO16 DO15 DO14 DO13 DO12 DO11 DO10 6 DO17 38 DO16 23
  • Page 986. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.6.3 Details of DI Connection Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CM51(18) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit DI00 CM51(01) Xn . 0 DI01 CM51(19) Xn . 1 DI02 CM51(34) Xn . 2 DI03 CM51(02) Xn . 3 DI04
  • Page 996. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CM51(18) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit DI10 CM51(36) Xn+1. 0 DI11 CM51(04) Xn+1. 1 DI12 CM51(22) Xn+1. 2 DI13 CM51(37) Xn+1. 3 DI14 CM51(05) Xn+1. 4 DI15 CM51
  • Page 1006. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CM51(18) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit DI20 CM51(24) Xn+2. 0 DI21 CM51(39) Xn+2. 1 DI22 CM51(07) Xn+2. 2 DI23 CM51(25) Xn+2. 3 DI24 CM51(40) Xn+2. 4 DI25 CM51
  • Page 1016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CM51(18) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit DI30 CM51(26) Xn+3. 0 DI31 CM51(42) Xn+3. 1 DI32 CM51(10) Xn+3. 2 DI33 CM51(27) Xn+3. 3 DI34 CM51(43) Xn+3. 4 DI35 CM51
  • Page 1026. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CM51(18) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit DI40 CM51(12) Xn+4. 0 DI41 CM51(29) Xn+4. 1 DI42 CM51(45) Xn+4. 2 DI43 CM51(13) Xn+4. 3 DI44 CM51(30) Xn+4. 4 DI45 CM51
  • Page 1036. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CM51(18) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit DI50 CM51(47) Xn+5. 0 DI51 CM51(15) Xn+5. 1 DI52 CM51(32) Xn+5. 2 DI53 CM51(48) Xn+5. 3 DI54 CM51(16) Xn+5. 4 DI55 CM51
  • Page 1046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CM52(18) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit DI60 CM52(01) Xn+6. 0 DI61 CM52(19) Xn+6. 1 DI62 CM52(34) Xn+6. 2 DI63 CM52(02) Xn+6. 3 DI64 CM52(20) Xn+6. 4 DI65 CM52
  • Page 1056. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CM52(18) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit DI70 CM52(36) Xn+7. 0 DI71 CM52(04) Xn+7. 1 DI72 CM52(22) Xn+7. 2 DI73 CM52(37) Xn+7. 3 DI74 CM52(05) Xn+7. 4 DI75 CM52
  • Page 1066. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CM52(18) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit DI80 CM52(24) Xn+8. 0 DI81 CM52(39) Xn+8. 1 DI82 CM52(07) Xn+8. 2 DI83 CM52(25) Xn+8. 3 DI84 CM52(40) Xn+8. 4 DI85 CM52
  • Page 1076. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CM52(18) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit DI90 CM52(26) Xn+9. 0 DI91 CM52(42) Xn+9. 1 DI92 CM52(10) Xn+9. 2 DI93 CM52(27) Xn+9. 3 DI94 CM52(43) Xn+9. 4 DI95 CM52
  • Page 1086. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CM52(18) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit DIA0 CM52(12) Xn+10. 0 DIA1 CM52(29) Xn+10. 1 DIA2 CM52(45) Xn+10. 2 DIA3 CM52(13) Xn+10. 3 DIA4 CM52(30) Xn+10. 4 DIA5
  • Page 1096. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Example of connection Pin number +24E CM52(18) Bit number Address number Filter and level conversion circuit DIB0 CM52(47) Xn+11. 0 DIB1 CM52(15) Xn+11. 1 DIB2 CM52(32) Xn+11. 2 DIB3 CM52(48) Xn+11. 3 DIB4 CM52(16) Xn+11. 4 DIB5
  • Page 1106. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.6.4 Details of DO Connection Power Mate Pin number Example of connection Source–type Bit number driver CMB3(17, 50) Address number CMB4(20) DOC Regulated power supply +24V 0V Yn .0 CMB3(01) DO00 Yn .1 CMB3(19) DO01 Yn .2 CMB3(34) DO02 Yn
  • Page 1116. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Pin number Example of connection Source–type Bit number driver CMB3(17, 50) Address number CMB4(20) DOC Regulated power supply +24V 0V Yn+1. 0 CMB3(36) DO10 Yn+1. 1 CMB3(04) DO11 Yn+1. 2 CMB3(22) DO12 Yn+1. 3 CMB3(37) DO13 Yn+1.
  • Page 1126. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Power Mate Pin number Example of connection Source–type Bit number driver CMB3(17, 50) Address number CMB4(20) DOC Regulated power supply +24V 0V Yn+2. 0 CMB3(24) DO20 Yn+2. 1 CMB3(39) DO21 Yn+2. 2 CMB3(07) DO22 Yn+2. 3 CMB3(25) DO23 Yn+2.
  • Page 1136. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Pin number Example of connection Source–type Bit number driver CMB3(17, 50) Address number CMB4(20) DOC Regulated power supply +24V 0V Yn+3. 0 CMB3(26) DO30 Yn+3. 1 CMB3(42) DO31 Yn+3. 2 CMB3(10) DO32 Yn+3. 3 CMB3(27) DO33 Yn+3.
  • Page 1146. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Power Mate Pin number Example of connection Source–type Bit number driver CMB3(17, 50) Address number CMB4(20) DOC Regulated power supply +24V 0V Yn+4. 0 CMB3(12) DO40 Yn+4. 1 CMB3(29) DO41 Yn+4. 2 CMB3(45) DO42 Yn+4. 3 CMB3(13) DO43 Yn+4.
  • Page 1156. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Pin number Example of connection Source–type Bit number driver CMB3(17, 50) Address number CMB4(20) DOC Regulated power supply +24V 0V Yn+5. 0 CMB3(47) DO50 Yn+5. 1 CMB3(15) DO51 Yn+5. 2 CMB3(32) DO52 Yn+5. 3 CMB3(48) DO53 Yn+5.
  • Page 1166. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Power Mate Pin number Example of connection Source–type Bit number driver CMB3(17, 50) Address number CMB4(20) DOC Regulated power supply +24V 0V Yn+6. 0 CMB4(14) DO60 Yn+6. 1 CMB4(01) DO61 Yn+6. 2 CMB4(08) DO62 Yn+6. 3 CMB4(15) DO63 Yn+6.
  • Page 1176. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power Mate Pin number Example of connection Source–type Bit number driver CMB3(17, 50) Address number CMB4(20) DOC Regulated power supply +24V 0V Yn+7. 0 CMB4(10) DO70 Yn+7. 1 CMB4(17) DO71 Yn+7. 2 CMB4(04) DO72 Yn+7. 3 CMB4(11) DO73 Yn+7.
  • Page 1186. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.6.5 Dimensions of I/O Card D, E Approx.100mm The following LEDs, fuses, variable resistors, and setting pins are mounted on the PCB: [LEDs] DB2 (green, pilot) : Lights while the power to the PCB is on. DB1 (red, alarm) : Lights if an err
  • Page 1196. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.7 CONNECTION OF CONNECTOR PANEL I/O MODULE 6.7.1 The connector panel I/O module can be connected directly to a General customer–designed connector panel printed–circuit board. It can also be installed on the DIN rail. In an I/O module fo
  • Page 1206. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Flat cable for unit connection Extension unit 3 Extension unit 2 Extension unit 1 Basic unit I/O Link cable Manual pulse generator cable 108
  • Page 1216. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.7.2 Connection Diagram Power Mate I/O UNIT JD1B I/O LINK Built in I/O JD1A1 JD1B JD1A CA52 CB150 Basic unit MPG +24V power supply MPG JA3 Connector panel MPG CA53 Machine side CB150 DI/DO CA52 Extention unit (with MPG (Note)) CA53 CB150
  • Page 1226. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.7.3 1) Basic, expansion A, and expansion B units Connector Pin CB150 (HONDA MR–50RMA) Assignment 33 DOCOM 01 DOCOM 50 male pins with fittings for 34 Yn+0.0 02 Yn+1.0 fixing the connector covers 19 0V 35 Yn+0.1 03 Yn+1.1 20 0V 36 Yn+0.2 0
  • Page 1236. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 3) Extended D CB157 (HONDA MR–50RMA) 50 male pins Hardware for fastening the connector cover attached NOTE 1 The DI and DO addresses for the basic and extension units run contiguously. These basic and extension unit DI and DO addresses are
  • Page 1246. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.7.4 Basic, Expansion A, and Expansion B Units Connection Pin number Address number CB150(18) +24V Bit number CB150(50) Xm+0.0 CB150(42) RV +24V 0V Xm+0.1 CB150(43) +24 V stabilized power supply RV Xm+0.2 CB150(44) RV Xm+0.3 CB150(45) RV
  • Page 1256. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Pin number Address number CB150(18) +24V Bit number CB150(50) Xm+2.0 CB150(10) RV +24V 0V Xm+2.1 CB150(11) +24 V stabilized power supply RV Xm+2.2 CB150(12) RV Xm+2.3 CB150(13) RV Xm+2.4 CB150(14) RV Xm+2.5 CB150(15) RV Xm+2.6 CB150(16) RV
  • Page 1266. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Pin number DOCOM CB150(01),(33) Address number Bit number +24V 0V +24 V stabilized power supply Yn+0.0 CB150(34) Relay DV Yn+0.1 CB150(35) DV Yn+0.2 CB150(36) DV Yn+0.3 CB150(37) DV Yn+0.4 CB150(38) DV Yn+0.5 CB150(39) DV Yn+0.6 CB150(40)
  • Page 1276. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.7.5 Connecting the Extended C (2A Output) Unit Address number Bit number Solenoid, etc. 115
  • Page 1286. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.7.6 Connecting the Extended D (Analog Input) Unit 1) Connection diagrams Analog input module Pin number Not connected For voltage input Voltage source (Common to all channels) Analog input module Pin number For current input Current sour
  • Page 1296. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 2) Digital output This analog input module has four input channels. The digital output block is a single 12–bit output in the occupied input points of three bytes. The output format is as follows: Address within the module 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
  • Page 1306. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 4) Allocation The start address of the X (DI) of the basic unit containing the analog input module must always be allocated to an even address. If the start address is allocated in this way, the digital output addresses of the analog input
  • Page 1316. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.7.7 The extended A unit of the I/O module for local lines has a manual pulse Manual Pulse generator I/F. An example in which three manual pulse generators are connected is Generator Connection shown below. I/O module for local lines, ext
  • Page 1326. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Recommended connector: A02B–0120–K303 (such as the following connector and its housing) (Connector:Soldering–type FI40–2015S, manufactured by Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.) (Housing:FI–20–CV, manufactured by Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.) Recommen
  • Page 1336. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.7.8 Units can be connected in the same way, regardless of whether you are Connection of Units connecting the basic module to an extension unit or connecting two extension units. Connect the units by using 34–pin flat cable connectors as
  • Page 1346. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 NOTE 1 Units need to be spaced at least 32 mm apart, in which case a flat cable of about 20 mm in length is required. To install units further away from each other, the cable length will be 20 mm plus the extra distance. Note that the maxi
  • Page 1356. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.7.9 When connecting a connector panel printed circuit board directly Module Installation (external module view and mounting diagram) Dimensions of connector panel printed circuit board Board thickness 1.6 mm Square hole No. 1 pin Note) I
  • Page 1366. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 When connecting a connector panel printed circuit board directly (mounting and dismounting a module) Hook (C) (A) Stopper Connector panel (B) printed circuit board Mounting the module 1. Insert the hook of the module into the square hole l
  • Page 1376. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE When mounting a DIN rail (external module view and mounting diagram) Mount the DIN rail here I/O interface I/O Link interface MPG interface (for extension module) NOTE Recommended connector: A02B–0098–K891 (including the following connecto
  • Page 1386. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 When mounting a DIN rail (mounting and dismounting a module) Hook DIN rail Stopper Slotted screwdriver Mounting the module 1. Hook the module at the upper end of the DIN rail. 2. Push the stopper into the slit located at the lower end of t
  • Page 1396. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE When mounting a module using screws (external module view and mounting diagram) Note) Screw holes I/O interface I/O Link interface MPG interface (for extension module) NOTE Recommended connector: A02B–0098–K891 (including the following con
  • Page 1406. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.7.10 An extended unit or units may be omitted as shown below by changing Omitting Units the setting of the rotary switch on the appropriate extended unit. Basic unit 1 Basic unit 1 Basic unit 2 Basic unit 3 Basic unit Basic unit 1 Basic
  • Page 1416. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Examples To omit extended unit 1: On extended unit 2, set the rotary switch to position 1. On extended unit 3, the rotary switch need not be changed from position 0. Basic unit Basic unit 1 Basic unit 2 Basic unit 3 To omit extended unit 2
  • Page 1426. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.7.11 Specifications Installation specifications Ambient temperature During operation 0° to 55°C During storage and transportation –20°C to 60°C Relative humidity 30 to 95% (no condensation) Vibration During operation: 0.5 G or less Envir
  • Page 1436. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Module specifications Item Specification Remarks DI points 24 points 24 points per module (both basic and extension modules) DO points 16 points 16 points per module (both basic and extension modules/source type output) Power Mate interfac
  • Page 1446. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 2) Extended D Item Specification Analog input DC–10 to +10V (input resistance 4.7MΩ) DC–20 to +20mA (input resistance 250Ω) Digital output 12–bit binary 2s complement representation Input/output support Analog input Digital output +10V +20
  • Page 1456. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.7.12 DO signal reaction to a system alarm Other Notes If a system alarm occurs in a Power Mate using the connector panel I/O module, or if I/O Link communication between the Power Mate and connector panel I/O module fails, all the DO sig
  • Page 1466. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Turning the DO (output signal) power on and off (DOCOM) All the DO signals of each module can be turned off simultaneously by turning off (opening) the DO (output signal) power supply pin “DOCOM”. Doing so causes the DO signal status to ch
  • Page 1476. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Parallel DO (output signal) connection The DO load current can be doubled by connecting two DO points in parallel and turning them on and off simultaneously in sequence, as shown in the figure below. The maximum load current per DO point i
  • Page 1486. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 DO (output signal) alarm detection The DO driver of the I/O module is capable of detecting an overcurrent and measuring its own temperature. If an accident, such as the connecting of the cable to ground, causes an abnormal increase in the
  • Page 1496. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.8 CONNECTION OF OPERATOR’S PANEL I/O MODULE A1 6.8.1 Overall Connection Diagram Power Mate I/O Unit JD1B I/O Link JD1A1 JD1B JD1A CE53 MPG JA3 Machine operator’s panel MPG I/O module AI for operator’s panel MPG CE54 +24 V power supply CP
  • Page 1506. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.8.2 Provide the CPD1 (IN) connector, shown below, with the power Power Connection necessary for I/O module operation and that for DI operation. To facilitate power division, the power is output to CPD1 (OUT) exactly as it is input from C
  • Page 1516. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.8.3 DI/DO Connector Pin CE53 CE54 Arrangement A B A B 01 0V 0V 01 0V 0V 02 +24V 02 COM1 +24V 03 Xm+0.0 Xm+0.1 03 Xm+1.0 Xm+1.1 04 Xm+0.2 Xm+0.3 04 Xm+1.2 Xm+1.3 05 Xm+0.4 Xm+0.5 05 Xm+1.4 Xm+1.5 06 Xm+0.6 Xm+0.7 06 Xm+1.6 Xm+1.7 07 Yn+0.
  • Page 1526. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.8.4 d 16 points DI (General–purpose Input Signal) Connection Pin number Address number CE53(B02) +24V Bit number CE54(B02) Xm+0.0 CE53(A03) RV Xm+0.1 CE53(B03) RV Xm+0.2 CE53(A04) RV Xm+0.3 CE53(B04) RV Xm+0.4 CE53(A05) RV Xm+0.5 CE53(B0
  • Page 1536. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE NOTE 1 Xm+1.0 through Xm+1.7 are DI pins for which a common voltage can be selected. That is, by connecting the COM1 CE54(A02) pin to the +24 V power supply, a DI signal can be input with its logical state reversed. If, however, a cable is
  • Page 1546. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.8.5 d A maximum of 56 points are provided. DI (Matrix Input Signal) Connection CE53(A23) Xn+4.0 Xn+4.1 Xn+4.2 Xn+4.3 Xn+4.4 Xn+4.5 Xn+4.6 Xn+4.7 *KCM1 CE53(B23) Xn+5.0 Xn+5.1 Xn+5.2 Xn+5.3 Xn+5.4 Xn+5.5 Xn+5.6 Xn+5.7 *KCM2 CE53(A24) Xn+6
  • Page 1556. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.8.6 d A maximum of 56 points are provided. DO (Output Signal) Connection Pin number CE53(A25,B25) DOCOM CE54(A25,B24,B25) Address number Bit number +24V 0V +24 V stabilized power supply Yn+0.0 CE53(A07) Relay DV Yn+0.1 CE53(B07) DV Yn+0.
  • Page 1566. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Pin number CE53(A25,B25) DOCOM CE54(A25,B24,B25) Address number Bit number +24V 0V +24 V stabilized power supply Yn+2.0 CE53(A15) Relay DV Yn+2.1 CE53(B15) DV Yn+2.2 CE53(A16) DV Yn+2.3 DV CE53(B16) Yn+2.4 CE53(A17) DV Yn+2.5 CE53(B17) DV
  • Page 1576. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Pin number CE53(A25,B25) DOCOM CE54(A25,B24,B25) Address number Bit number +24V 0V +24 V stabilized power supply Yn+4.0 CE54(A11) Relay DV Yn+4.1 DV CE54(B11) Yn+4.2 DV CE54(A12) Yn+4.3 DV CE54(B12) Yn+4.4 DV CE54(A13) Yn+4.5 DV CE54(B13)
  • Page 1586. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Pin number CE53(A25,B25) DOCOM CE54(A25,B24,B25) Address number Bit number +24V 0V +24 V stabilized power supply Yn+6.0 CE54(A19) Relay DV Yn+6.1 CE54(B19) DV Yn+6.2 CE54(A20) DV Yn+6.3 DV CE54(B20) Yn+6.4 CE54(A21) DV Yn+6.5 CE54(B21) DV
  • Page 1596. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.8.7 For details of the connection of the manual pulse generator, see 6.7.7. Manual Pulse Generator Connection 6.8.8 External View Note) Lead wires and other components are mounted on the rear Note face of the printed circuit board. Ensur
  • Page 1606. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.8.9 Specifications Installation specifications Ambient temperature During operation 0° to 58°C During storage and transportation –20°C to 60°C Relative humidity 30 to 95% (no condensation) Vibration During operation: 0.5 G or less Enviro
  • Page 1616. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power supply rating Module Supply voltage Current Remarks rating Operator’s 24 VDC ±10% supplied 0.35 A The total power panel I/O from the power supply consumption of DI module AI connector CPD1. The points is included. allowance of ±10% s
  • Page 1626. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 DO (output signal) specifications Maximum load current in ON state 200 mA or less (including momentary current) Saturation voltage in ON state Max. 1 V (when load current is 200 mA) Withstand voltage 24 V +20% or less (including momentary
  • Page 1636. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE The operator’s panel I/O module is allocated a group of DI addresses (16 bytes) and a group of DO addresses (8 bytes). This address allocation is explained below. The MPG interface (MPG counter) occupies DI space from Xm+12 through Xm+14.
  • Page 1646. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Parallel DO (output signal) connection The DO load current can be doubled by connecting two DO points in parallel and turning them on and off simultaneously in sequence, as shown in the figure below. The maximum load current per DO point i
  • Page 1656. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE DO (output signal) alarm detection The DO driver of the I/O module is capable of detecting an overcurrent and measuring its own temperature. If an accident, such as connecting the cable to ground, causes an abnormal increase in the load cu
  • Page 1666. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.9 CONNECTION OF OPERATOR’S PANEL I/O MODULE B 6.9.1 Overall Connection Diagram Power Mate I/O Unit JD1B I/O Link JD1A1 JD1B JD1A CE56 MPG JA3 Machine operator’s panel I/O module B MPG for operator’s panel MPG CE57 +24 V power supply CPD1
  • Page 1676. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.9.2 Provide the CPD1 (IN) connector, shown below, with the power Power Connection necessary for the printed circuit board operation and that for DI operation. To facilitate power division, the power is output to CPD1 (OUT) exactly as it
  • Page 1686. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.9.3 DI/DO Connector Pin CE56 CE57 Arrangement A B A B 01 0V +24V 01 0V +24V 02 Xm+0.0 Xm+0.1 02 Xm+3.0 Xm+3.1 03 Xm+0.2 Xm+0.3 03 Xm+3.2 Xm+3.3 04 Xm+0.4 Xm+0.5 04 Xm+3.4 Xm+3.5 05 Xm+0.6 Xm+0.7 05 Xm+3.6 Xm+3.7 06 Xm+1.0 Xm+1.1 06 Xm+4.
  • Page 1696. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.9.4 DI (General–purpose Input Signal) Connection Pin number Address number CE56(B01) +24V Bit number CE57(B01) Xm+0.0 CE56(A02) RV Xm+0.1 CE56(B02) RV Xm+0.2 CE56(A03) RV Xm+0.3 CE56(B03) RV Xm+0.4 CE56(A04) RV Xm+0.5 CE56(B04) RV Xm+0.6
  • Page 1706. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Pin number Address number CE56(B01) +24V Bit number CE57(B01) Xm+2.0 CE56(A10) RV Xm+2.1 CE56(B10) RV Xm+2.2 CE56(A11) RV Xm+2.3 CE56(B11) RV Xm+2.4 CE56(A12) RV Xm+2.5 CE56(B12) RV Xm+2.6 CE56(A13) RV Xm+2.7 CE56(B13) RV Xm+3.0 CE57(A02)
  • Page 1716. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Pin number Address number CE56(B01) +24V Bit number CE57(B01) Xm+4.0 CE57(A06) RV Xm+4.1 CE57(B06) RV Xm+4.2 CE57(A07) RV Xm+4.3 CE57(B07) RV Xm+4.4 CE57(A08) RV Xm+4.5 CE57(B08) RV Xm+4.6 CE57(A09) RV Xm+4.7 CE57(B09) RV Xm+5.0 CE57(A10)
  • Page 1726. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 NOTE 1 Xm+0.0 through Xm+0.7 and Xm+5.0 through Xm+5.7 are DI pins for which a common voltage can be selected. That is, by connecting the DICOM0 CE56(A14) or DICOM5 CE57(B14) pin to the +24 V power supply, a DI signal can be input with its
  • Page 1736. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.9.5 DO (Output Signal) Pin number Connection CE56(A24,B24,A25,B25) DOCOM CE57(A24,B24,A25,B25) Address number Bit number +24V 0V +24 V stabilized power supply Yn+0.0 CE56(A16) Relay DV Yn+0.1 CE56(B16) DV Yn+0.2 CE56(A17) DV Yn+0.3 DV CE
  • Page 1746. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Pin number CE56(A24,B24,A25,B25) DOCOM CE57(A24,B24,A25,B25) Address number Bit number +24V 0V +24 V stabilized power supply Yn+2.0 CE57(A16) Relay DV Yn+2.1 CE57(B16) DV Yn+2.2 CE57(A17) DV Yn+2.3 DV CE57(B17) Yn+2.4 CE57(A18) DV Yn+2.5 C
  • Page 1756. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.9.6 For details of the connection of the manual pulse generator, see 6.7.7. Manual Pulse Generator Connection 6.9.7 External View Note Note) Lead wires and other components are mounted on the rear face of the printed circuit board. Ensur
  • Page 1766. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.9.8 Specifications Installation specifications Ambient temperature During operation 0 to 58°C During storage and transportation –20 to 60°C Relative humidity 30 to 95% (no condensation) Vibration During operation: 0.5 G or less Environme
  • Page 1776. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Power supply rating Module Supply voltage Power supply Remarks rating Operator’s 24 VDC "10% is 0.3 A+7.3 mA×DI DI = number of DI panel I/O supplied from power points in the ON module supply connector CPD1. state B1/B2 The tolerance of "10
  • Page 1786. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.9.9 DO signal reaction to a system alarm Other Notes If a system alarm occurs in a CNC using this operator’s panel I/O module, or if I/O Link communication between the Power Mate and operator’s panel I/O module fails, all the DO signals
  • Page 1796. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Turning the DO (output signal) power on and off (DOCOM) All the DO signals can be turned off simultaneously by turning off (opening) the DO (output signal) power supply pin “DOCOM”. Doing so causes the DO signal status to change as shown b
  • Page 1806. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Parallel DO (output signal) connection The DO load current can be doubled by connecting two DO points in parallel and turning them on and off simultaneously in sequence, as shown in the figure below. The maximum load current per DO point i
  • Page 1816. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE DO (output signal) alarm detection The DO driver of the I/O module is capable of detecting an overcurrent and measuring its own temperature. If an accident, such as the connecting of the cable to ground, causes an abnormal increase in the
  • Page 1826. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.10 The FANUC I/O Unit–MODEL A (“I/O Unit–A”) is a modular–type I/O unit. It interfaces with the machine when connected to the control unit via CONNECTION OF the I/O Link. One I/O unit can be configured by mounting the I/O THE FANUC I/O m
  • Page 1836. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.10.3 Interface modules and various types of I/O modules can be mounted to Mounting and and dismounted from the base unit easily as shown below. Dismounting Modules Mounting 1 Hang the hook at the top of the module on the groove in the up
  • Page 1846. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.10.4 Connection Diagram Power Mate JD1A1 Terminator TX K1X I/O Unit–A I/O Unit–A AIF01A AIF01B JD1B JD1A JD3 JD2 JD2 CP32 CP32 24VDC 24VDC K2X K1X AIF01A AIF01B JD1B JD1A JD3 JD2 JD2 Max. CP32 CP32 16 ⋅⋅⋅ group 24VDC 24VDC K2X K1X AIF01A
  • Page 1856. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.10.5 Connect the following stabilizedpower source to the connector CP32 of Connecting Input the interface module (AIF01A or AIF01B). Power Source D Voltage : 24VDC"10% (including an instantaneous value and ripple) D Current : Determine f
  • Page 1866. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.10.6 D Ground the base unit (ABU05A, ABU10A) by its grounding terminal Connection to Frame (frame ground) Ground (Grounding) Base unit (ABU05A, ABU10A) M4 Screw terminal D When the cable K1X (see connection diagram in section 6.10.4) run
  • Page 1876. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.10.7 Details of the cables K1X, K2X and the terminator shown in the general Connecting Signal connection diagram are as follows. Cables Cable K1X Connector HONDA TSUSHIN CNC or AIF01A KOGYO CO., LTD. AIF01A PCR–E20FS JD1A JD1B 1 SIN 11 0
  • Page 1886. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Cable K2X AIF01A or Connector HONDA TSUSHIN KOGYO CO., LTD. AIF01B AIF01B PCR–E20FS or PCR–E20FA JD2 Case PCR–V20LA JD3 1 S1 11 S5 1 S1 11 S5 2 *S1 12 *S5 2 *S1 12 *S5 3 S2 13 S6 3 S2 13 S6 4 *S2 14 *S6 4 *S2 14 *S6 5 S3 15 0V 5 S3 15 0V 6
  • Page 1896. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Terminator TX AIF01B Connector JD2 HONDA TSUSHIN KOGYO CO., LTD. PCR–E20FS 1 11 Case 2 12 TRM2 PCR–V20LA 3 13 4 TRM1 14 TRM3 5 15 (a) Terminate the connector 6 16 7 17 JD2 of the last AIF01B in 8 18 a single group with the terminator. 9 19
  • Page 1906. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.10.8 For an external connecting method, there are two types of I/O modules : Connecting with I/O one with a terminal block, and one with a connector. The terminal block is a removable type. Modules Terminal block type Connector type Inpu
  • Page 1916. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Cautionary points when D Wiring material : AWG22 – 18 (0.3 – 0.75mm2) wiring terminal block A wire as thin as possible is recommended. type D Crimp style terminal : M3.5 Crimp style terminal with no insulation sleeve and a short distance “
  • Page 1926. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Digital output modules Mod- Points External Output Rated Rated Polar- Point LED ule /com- connec- Fuse type voltage current ity s display name mon tion AOD 12–24 Terminal pro- 2A NEG 8 8 provided 08C VDC block vided AOD Terminal pro- 2A PO
  • Page 1936. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.10.10 Correspondence Bit between I/O Signals Address in the module and Addresses in a #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 Module Module of 8 0 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 points Module of 16 points 1 B7 B6 B5 B4 B3 B2 B1 B0 2 C7 C6 C5 C4 C3 C2 C1 C0 Mod
  • Page 1946. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.10.11 Determine the number of I/O points for the I/O Unit –MODEL A using Number of Points for the following. I/O Unit–MODEL A D Output points Sum of the actual output Occupied output points points in a group 0 to 32 → 32 points 40 to 64
  • Page 1956. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.11 FANUC I/O LINK CONNECTION UNIT 6.11.1 This unit connects FANUC I/O Link master devices, such as the CNC and Overview Power Mate, via an I/O Link to enable the transfer of DI/DO signals. System A System B I/O Link I/O Link +24 V power
  • Page 1966. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.11.2 Specification I/O Link function Provided with two slave mode I/O Link interface channels, between which DI/DO data can be transferred. [Interface types] One of the following combinations is selected: Electrical – optical Electrical
  • Page 1976. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE LED indications LED5 LED3 LED4 LED2 (GREEN) (RED) (GREEN) (RED) Channel 2 Channel 1 DC–DC Power supply CONVERTER Power supply connector connector CP2 CP1 +5V I/O Link connector I/O Link connector to the next stage LED1 (RED) to the next st
  • Page 1986. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Unit: mm 180 160 10 30 5 150 90 Printed–circuit board Cable Cable Mounted components 50 or less Fig. 6.11.2 (b) Outline drawing 160 4–M4 Unit: mm 90 Fig. 6.11.2 (c) Mounting location 186
  • Page 1996. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.11.3 Connection 6.11.3.1 (1) Connection diagram (example) I/O Link interface AC power input AC power input External External power power I/O Link master I/O Link master (+24 V) (3) (3) (+24 V) (1) (1) JD1A JD1A Optical I/O Link adapter C
  • Page 2006. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 (2) Signal cable (electrical) JD1A1/JD1A2 JD1B1/JD1B2 11 0V 1 RXB 11 0V 1 RXA 12 0V 2 *RXB 12 0V 2 *RXA 13 0V 3 TXB 13 0V 3 TXA 14 0V 4 *TXB 14 0V 4 *TXA 15 0V 5 15 0V 5 16 0V 6 16 0V 6 17 7 17 7 18 – 8 18 – 8 19 9 – 19 9 – 20 – 10 20 – 10
  • Page 2016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE (3) Signal cable (optical) See Subsec. 6.2.3. (4) Power supply cable CP1/CP2 connector 1 2 3 Y +24 V 0V (Input) X +24 V 0V (Output) D 24 VDC is supplied via a Y–connector. Provided the power supply has sufficient capacity, power can be sup
  • Page 2026. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.12 The FSSB I/O module is an I/O module that can be connected to the Power Mate with the FANUC serial servo bus (FSSB). FSSB I/O MODULE 6.12.1 Overview Power Mate i COP10A COP10B SERVO AMP COP10A COP10B SERVO AMP Â COP10A Optical cable (
  • Page 2036. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 4) The FSSB cable (optical fiber cable) used should be selected from the ordering list. 5) The signals directly seen by the CNC, such as emergency stop and skip signals, must be input from the built–in I/O unit or from the I/O unit for FAN
  • Page 2046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 3) Unit specifications Item Specification Remarks Power capacity Voltage DC+24V"10% DI : Number of DI points (including an instantaneous value to be turned ON and ripple) simultaneously Current 0.3A+7.3mA DI Number of DI Basic: 32 points p
  • Page 2056. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 4) Notes 1 All the DOs in the unit are designed to be turned OFF if the Power Mate i generates a system alarm or if a communication alarm is generated during communication between the Power Mate i and the unit. Consider this fully when cre
  • Page 2066. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.12.4 1) Outside dimensions Mounting NOTE The above figure is an outline drawing of the basic unit. The extended unit has the same outside dimensions. 2) Positions of the fuse and connectors CNF1 (basic) CNF2 (extended) Fuse FUSE1 CP11A C
  • Page 2076. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 3) Mounting holes used for mounting with screws Basic unit Extended unit Mounting hole drilling diagram When using both the basic and additional units, the spacing between the mounting holes must be 70 to 80 mm, as shown in the figure abov
  • Page 2086. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 Maintenance areas around the FSSB I/O module 4) Mounting the unit on the DIN rail Mounting DIN rail Removal DIN rail 196
  • Page 2096. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE Mounting the unit 1. Hang the hook of the unit on the top end of the DIN rail. 2. Press the unit firmly until it snaps into place. Removing the unit 1. Pull the lock downward using a slotted screwdriver or similar. 2. Pull the lower part o
  • Page 2106. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.12.5 The power to the FSSB I/O module must be supplied from an external Connecting the Power 24–VDC stabilized power source. FSSB I/O module External power source Regulated 24–VDC power source GND1 is the frame ground of the FSSB I/O mod
  • Page 2116. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.12.7 (1) DI Signals PMC Signals ADDRESS #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 155A–B05155A–A06155A–B04155A–A04155A–B03155A–A03155A–B02155A–A02 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 155A–B10155A–A10155A–B09155A–A09155A–B08155A–A08155A–B07155A–A07 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #
  • Page 2126. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 6.12.8 Machine Interface FSSB I/O module CB155A CB156A 34–pin flat cable connector A B A B 01 +24E +24E 01 +24E +24E 02 02 03 03 04 04 05 05 06 DOC 06 DOC DOC 07 07 08 08 09 09 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 0V 0V 17 0V 0V CB
  • Page 2136. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.12.9 See detailed descriptions about DI and DO points of the built–in I/O Details of DI/DO module in Sections 6.4.4 and 6.4.5. In this case, read CB155 and CB156 as CB155A and CB156A, respectively. Also note that the X and Y Connections
  • Page 2146. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 2) Parameters related to address setting The addresses for an FSSB I/O module exist in the R area. Specify the start address of the R area and its size with parameters. 1960 Start address of the R area for the DIs of the FSSB I/O module in
  • Page 2156. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–63173EN/03 MACHINE INTERFACE 1963 Size of the R area for the DOs of the FSSB I/O module in the first group 1967 Size of the R area for the DOs of the FSSB I/O module in the second group [Data type] Byte [Unit of data] Byte [Valid data range] 0 to 3 (for a basic unit o
  • Page 2166. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–63173EN/03 3) DO (output signal) alarm detection The DO driver of the FSSB I/O module is capable of detecting an excess load current and measuring its own temperature. If an accident, such as connecting the cable to ground, causes an abnormal increas
  • Page 217B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS 7 CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS 205
  • Page 2187. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 7.1 The Power Mate i has two FA network expansion slots for connection to an upper controller/personal computer and to a lower I/O device. OVERVIEW Up to two of the following boards can be selected. The two must be different boards. Table 7.1 Relevant Board
  • Page 219B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS 7.2 HIGH SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB) 7.2.1 The high speed serial bus (referred to as HSSB in the remainder of this manual) enables the Power Mate i to be connected to an IBM personal Overview computer or compatible (referred to as the PC) or PANEL i via a optica
  • Page 2207. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 NOTE For information on interface boards for PCs, refer to the “FANUC Open CNC High Speed Serial Bus Type 2 Specifications” (A–59770E or ”FANUC High Speed Serial Bus Type 2 Connection and Maintenance Manual” (A–73527E)). 7.2.5 PANEL i can be connected with t
  • Page 221B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS 7.3 FANUC I/O Link–II BOARD 7.3.1 The FANUC I/O Link–II board provides an I/O network conforming to OPCN–1, as laid down by the Japan Electric Manufacturers’ Association Overview (JEMA). In the Power Mate i, the FANUC I/O Link–II board can be selected as an
  • Page 2227. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 7.3.2 Connection Power Mate i I/O Link–II board Interface connector I/O Link–II TBA The interface connector for the I/O Link–II board of the Power Mate i is a 5–pin connector, and two I/O Link–II cable wires are installed. Terminating resistors are built int
  • Page 223B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS (2) The communication connector and the method of communication cable connection are changed. Wires, after crimped to a special crimp terminal with a crimping tool compliant with JIS C9711, are inserted into a plug. When a wrong wiring is made, a rod of F1 m
  • Page 2247. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 7.3.4 Connection to Connector (Slave Board) Connector Connector pin assignment TBA 1 2 3 4 5 Mounting screw Terminal No. Signal name Signal type 1 T1 A terminating resistor is connected. (T1/T2 connected) No terminating resistor is connected. 2 T2 (T1/T2 ope
  • Page 225B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS NOTE A crimp terminal can also be used. Twist the wires from which the cover is peel off, then install a crimp terminal. The following crimp terminal is recommended: – AI series manufactured by Phoenix Contact (Special tool ZA3) 7.3.5 Connection to Connector
  • Page 2267. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 Communication cable (1) Peel off the cable cover by about 30 mm, then cut off an excess shield. connection (2) Peel off the cover of each signal wire by about 5 mm. (3) Twist the signal wires from which the cover is peel off, then install a crimp terminal. U
  • Page 227B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS 7.4 ETHERNET BOARD 7.4.1 The Ethernet board for the Power Mate i can be inserted into an FA Overview network of the Power Mate i. This board enables the DNC1/Ethernet function and FOCAS1/Ethernet function. DNC1/Ethernet Function The DNC1/Ethernet function en
  • Page 2287. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 D NC file data H Setting data H P–code macro variable H Pitch error compensation data D History data H Operation history data H Alarm history data D Data related to servo and spindle D Modal data D Diagnosis data D A/D conversion parameter D PMC data H Exten
  • Page 229B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS 7.4.2 The Ethernet board is provided with a 10BASE–T interface. Connection Prepare a hub for connecting the Ethernet board to the Ethernet trunk. The following shows an example of a general connection. Personal computer Transceiver cable Hub Twisted–pair cab
  • Page 2307. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 The radius of the cable must be 70 mm or more. 10BASE–T Twisted–pair cable Clamp Ground plate The Ethernet cable must be fastened by a cable clamp to prevent tension being applied to the connector that connects the cable to the control unit (RJ–45) even if t
  • Page 231B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS 7.4.4 The figure below shows the cable connection between the 10BASE–T Cable Connection interface (CD38L) on the Ethernet board or data server board and hub. Ethernet board/ HUB CD38L 1 TX+ RJ–45 1 TX+ 2 TX– modular connector 2 TX– 3 RX+ 3 RX+ 4 4 5 5 6 RX–
  • Page 2327. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 7.5 FANUC FL–net BOARD 7.5.1 FL–net is the open FA network standardized by the FA open promotion conference (JOP) in Manufacturing Science and Technology Center, Overview which is an outside organization of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry. A
  • Page 233B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS NOTE For information about the FANUC FL–net board, refer to ”FANUC FL–net Board Operator’s Manual B–63434EN”. 7.5.2 The FANUC FL–net board is connected in the same way as the Ethernet board. Connection 221
  • Page 2347. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 7.6 PROFIBUS–DP BOARD 7.6.1 The PROFIBUS–DP board provides a field network conforming to Overview DIN19245. The Power Mate i provides slave and master functions for this. In PROFIBUS–DP communication, two types of nodes are involved: a master station (also r
  • Page 235B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS 7.6.2 An overview of the complete connection is shown below. Connection DP–Slave DP–Slave DP–Slave #2 #3 #4 Network 1 (PROFIBUS) Power Mate i DP–Master #1 PROFIBUS–DP JN1 Option slot master board JN2 PROFIBUS–DP Option slot slave board DP–Slave #4 DP–Master
  • Page 2367. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 1) D–SUB 9–pin male connector (with a height of up to 13.1 mm) 2) Cable–end connector: S7 SINEC L2 bus connector 6ES7 972–0BA11–0XA0, manufactured by Siemens, or equivalent NOTE Depending on the axis control card used in the Power Mate i, the bus connector m
  • Page 237B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS 7.7 DeviceNet 7.7.1 There are two types of DeviceNet boards: a master board and slave board. Overview 1) Slave board D DeviceNet function: One slave station D DI/DO transfer size: 64/64 bytes D DI/DO transfer address: Allocated to the R area of the PMC (para
  • Page 2387. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 NOTE 1 For DeviceNet, refer to ”FANUC DeviceNet Board Operator’s Manual B–63404EN”. 2 The DeviceNet board cannot be used with the PROFIBUS–DP board at the same time. 3 The DeviceNet master board and DeviceNet slave board uses the same printed circuit board s
  • Page 239B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS Terminal Signal Color Code Signal Type No Name 1 V– Black Signal cable – side 2 CANL Blue Communications data Low side 3 SHIELD Bare Shield 4 CANH White Communications data High side 5 V+ Red Signal cable + side Cable connector: Made by Phoenix Contacts Inc.
  • Page 2407. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 D Connecting the To attach a communication cable to the DeviceNet interface connector, communication cable follow this procedure. (1) Remove the sheath of the cable to a length of about 30 mm, and cut off the excess shielding. (2) Remove the aluminum tape fr
  • Page 241B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS D Extending the line Adding a CNC to the existing line requires another crimp terminal A02B–0259–K211. (1) Pull out the crimp terminal from the plug of the CNC at the last stage of the line. (2) Detach the existing communication cable from the crimp terminal
  • Page 2427. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS B–63173EN/03 2) Removing the base PCB Remove the base PCB before you remove the DeviceNet board. For details on how to remove the base PCB, refer to the respective Maintenance Manual. NOTICE The DeviceNet board cannot be removed unless the base PCB has been removed first
  • Page 243B–63173EN/03 7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS 5) Attaching the DeviceNet connector terminal plate Attach the interface connector terminal plate to the DeviceNet board. After attaching the terminal plate, firmly tighten the two screws on the terminal plate. NOTE The base PCB cannot be attached unless the
  • Page 2448. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8 CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 232
  • Page 245B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.1 CRT/MDI UNIT INTERFACE 8.1.1 This connection is conformed to CRT/MDI and picture display General CRT/MDI. a) The disply link interface for Power Mate has the following features: 1 One CRT/MDI can be used simultaneously by multiple number of
  • Page 2468. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 (1) When there is only one unit of Power Mate Power Mate CRT/MDI J142 J30 JD41 JD13 CPD1 #0 JN1 FG (NOTE1) 24VDC power source 1.0A (Stabilized power source) (NOTE 1) Device number 0 is set. (2) When multiple power Mates share one CRT/MDI Max.16
  • Page 247B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.1.2 Display Link Interface Display link terminal adapter Separate type MDI (Connection between Power Mate CRT/MDI the Power Mate Units JD41 JD13 and CRTs on a (PCR–EV20MDT) (PCR–EV20MDT) One–to–one Basis) 1 RXD 11 0V 1 TXD 11 0V 2 *RXD 12 0V 2
  • Page 2488. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.1.3 Interface between CRT Power Mate Display link adapter and Power Mate JD41 JD41B (Connection between a (PCR–EV20MDT) (PCR–EV20MDT) Single CRT and 1 RXD 11 0V 1 RXD 11 0V Multiple Power Mate 2 *RXD 12 0V 2 *RXD 12 0V J45 Units) 3 TXD 13 (RXT
  • Page 249B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.1.4 Device Number Stand–alone type MDI Selection Switch CRT/MDI JN1 (PCR–EV20MDT) Machine operator’s panel 1 *SEL0 11 *SEL4 2 0V 12 0V J47 3 *SEL1 13 *SEL5 Device No. selection switch 4 0V 14 0V 5 *SEL2 15 *SEL6 6 0V 16 0V 7 *SEL3 17 *SEL7 8 0
  • Page 2508. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 Relationship between selection switches and device numbers Device No. *SEL7 *SEL4 *SEL3 *SEL2 *SEL1 *SEL0 #0 #1 Ę #2 Ę #3 Ę #4 Ę #5 Ę Ę #6 Ę Ę #7 Ę Ę #8 Ę #9 Ę Ę #10 Ę Ę #11 Ę Ę #12 Ę Ę #13 Ę Ę Ę #14 Ę Ę Ę #15 Ę Ę Ę : Switch open Ę : Switch clos
  • Page 251B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.1.5 1) From external power supply Power Supply Interface CRT/MDI (Stand–alone type MDI) CPD1 (AMP) External power source 1 +24V 2 0V J30 3 24VDC stabilized power source FG Protective ground stud (M4) AMP Japan 1–178288–3 (Housing) 1–175218–5 (
  • Page 2528. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 CRT/MDI unit–side cable connector A02B–0120–K324 Power Mate–side cable connector A02B–0120–K323 Be sure to perform protective grounding. (See Section 5.8.) 8.1.6 1) The Power Mate can be operated without connecting a CRT/MDI. Detachable CRT/MDI
  • Page 253B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.1.7 Keyboard English key Symbol key 8.1.8 1) A terminating resistor connected to the display link is intended to shape the waveform on the display link (RS485). When a display link Terminating the is short or used in a noise–free environment,
  • Page 2548. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.1.9 The display link terminating unit terminates the following signals in the Display Link display link adapters JD41A and JD41B: Terminating Unit RXD ←→ *RXD (Display link interface signal) TXD ←→ *TXD (Display link interface signal) COMMA ←→
  • Page 255B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT Insulating heat– shrinkable tube JD41 A02B–0259–D001 Fig. 8.1.9 Display link terminal unit manufactured by FANUC 8.1.10 The display link adapter is used to form a T–junction of a display link and to separate multiaxis synchronization signals. Th
  • Page 2568. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 Display link adapter JD41A Display link adapter JD41 Display link adapter JD41B (PCR–EV20MDT) (PCR–EV20MDT) (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 RXD 11 0V 1 RXD 11 0V 1 RXD 11 0V 2 *RXD 12 0V 2 *RXD 12 0V 2 *RXD 12 0V 3 TXD 13 3 TXD 13 3 TXD 13 4 *TXD 14 4 *TXD 14 4
  • Page 257B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 60 JD41B JD41 JD41A 45 85 In mm Fig. 8.1.10 (a) Display link adaptor manufactured by FANUC 1) Mounting to the DIN rail 35 25 In mm Fig. 8.1.10 (b) Recommended DIN rail 2) Mounting with screws 11.6 2–M4 70 In mm Fig. 8.1.10 (c) Sheet metal hole d
  • Page 2588. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.2 INTERFACE BETWEEN STAND– ALONE TYPE CRT, STAND–ALONE TYPE MDI, AND Power Mate 8.2.1 The Power Mate can be used in conjunction with a stand–alone type CRT Outline and a stand–alone type MDI and a picuture display stand–alone type MDI. Stand–a
  • Page 259B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 7 For details concerning cable J47 used to connect the stand–alone type MDI to the mode selection switch, see Subsection 8.1.4. 8 Video cable J53 and stand–alone type CRT power cable J56 are not supplied with the unit. 9 Always connect the prote
  • Page 2608. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.2.2 Video and Power Stand–alone type MDI Stand–alone type CRT Supply Interface JA1 CN1 (PCR–EV20MDT) (MR–20RM) Video cable 1 VDR 11 J53 1 VDR 14 8 0V 2 0V 12 VSYNC 2 HSYNC 15 9 0V 3 VDG 13 3 VSYNC 16 10 0V 4 0V 14 0V 4 VDG 17 11 0V 5 VDB 15 5
  • Page 261B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.3 INTERFACE BETWEEN STAND– ALONE TYPE PDP, STAND–ALONE TYPE MDI, AND Power Mate 8.3.1 The Power Mate is used in conjunction with a stand–alone type PDP, a Outline stand–alone type MDI, and a picture display type stand–alone type MDI. Stand–alo
  • Page 2628. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8 Video cable J53 are stand–alone type PDP power cable J114 are not suppled with unit. 9 Always connect the protective ground plates of the stand–alone type CRT and stand–alone type MDI to ground, see Section 5.8. 10 All interfaces not described
  • Page 263B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.3.3 Fine adjustment of the video signal is supported to enable its use with Adjusting the stand–alone type PDP. This adjustment is necessary to compensate for errors resulting from the combination of CNCs and cables. Stand–Alone Type PDP Adjus
  • Page 2648. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.4 LCD/MDI, STAND– ALONE TYPE LCD, AND STAND–ALONE TYPE MDI INTERFACE 8.4.1 The Power Mate can be used in combination with the LCD/MDI, stand–alone type LCD, stand–alone type MDI, or picture display Outline stand–alone type MDI. Stand–alone typ
  • Page 265B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 7 For stand–alone type LCD or stand–alone type MDI, video cable J136 or stand–alone type LCD power cable J137 are not supplied with the unit. 8 Always connect the protective ground plates of the LCD/MDI, stand–alone type LCD, and stand–alone typ
  • Page 2668. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.4.2 Video and Power Supply Interface Stand–alone type MDI Stand–alone type LCD (for Stand–Alone Type) JA1 JA1 (PCR–EV20MDT) (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 VDR 11 1 VDR 11 Video cable 2 0V 12 VSYNC J136 2 0V 12 VSYNC 3 VDG 13 3 VDG 13 4 0V 14 0V 4 0V 14 0V 5
  • Page 267B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.4.3 When a LCD/MDI or stand–alone type LCD is used, connection must be Device Number made through the device selection switch interface even if only one Power Mate unit is connected. Selection Switch Connect JN1 (15) and JN1 (16). Otherwise, t
  • Page 2688. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 Relationship between selection switches and device numbers Device No. *SEL7 *SEL4 *SEL3 *SEL2 *SEL1 *SEL0 #0 #1 Ę #2 Ę #3 Ę #4 Ę #5 Ę Ę #6 Ę Ę #7 Ę Ę #8 Ę #9 Ę Ę #10 Ę Ę #11 Ę Ę #12 Ę Ę #13 Ę Ę Ę #14 Ę Ę Ę #15 Ę Ę Ę : Switch open Ę : Switch clos
  • Page 269B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.5 CONNECTION TO A DETACHABLE LCD/MDI UNIT 8.5.1 The Power Mate supports the use of a detachable LCD/MDI, which Outline consists of a 7.2″ LCD/MDI housed in a portable dustproof case. Detachable LCD/MDI Cabinet Power Mate Display link interface
  • Page 2708. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.5.2 Specifications Indicator 7.2″ LCD, 40 characters by 16 lines Power supply 24 VDC "10%, 1.0 A (including an instantaneous value and ripple) External 410 (W) x 235 (H) x 235 (D) mm dimensions (including the cable winding section) Weight 7.0
  • Page 271B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT (4) While the power is on, cables can be attached/detached to/from those connectors on the connection panel that are shaded ( ) in the above figure. For the other connectors (such as CA50 and JD14), cables can neither be attached nor detached wh
  • Page 2728. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 2) Details of cable J127 Detachable LCD/MDI CA50 04 03 02 01 Connection panel J127 *TXD TXD *RXD RXD 10 09 08 07 06 05 Hirose Electric. Co., Ltd. +24V +24V FG (1)Soldering type HR22–12TPD–20S 16 15 14 13 12 11 (2)Crimp type  Housing ATCH2 ATCH1
  • Page 273B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 3) Details of cable J126 Connector panel Power Mate JD41 (PCR–EV20MDT) 01 RXD 11 0V 02 *RXD 12 0V J143 03 TXD 13 RXTM1 04 *TXD 14 RXTM2 HONDA TSUSHIN 05 (RXALM) 15 TXTM1 KOGYO CO., LTD. PCR–E20F 06 (*RXALM) 16 TXTM2 FANUC specifications 07 (TXAL
  • Page 2748. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 4) Details of cable J128 Connection panel Connector panel RXTP RXTP Pair *RXTP *RXTP TXTP TXTP Pair *TXTP *TXTP +24V +24V +24V +24V (NOTE 1) ATCH1 ATCH1 (NOTE 1) ATCH2 ATCH2 0V 0V 0V 0V (NOTE 2) FG (NOTE 3) Shield Cable: cable A66L–0001–0298 (re
  • Page 275B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 5) Details of cable J132 Connector panel External power supply J132 24VDC Cable connection (J132) External power supply Connector panel 24VDC +24V 0V 0V 263
  • Page 2768. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.5.4 1) Inter–unit connection diagram When One Detachable LCD/MDI Unit is Shared by Multiple Power Mate Units Cabinet Con- J132 24 VDC nector power Connection panel supply panel Detachable LCD/MDI Power J126 J45 Mate J129 J130 #0 CA50 JD41 24VD
  • Page 277B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT Cabinet Detachable LCD/MDI CA50 (01) RXD Connection Connector RXD JD41 (01) Power Mate CA50 (02) *RXD panel panel JD41 (02) *RXD CA50 (03) TXD TXD JD41 (03) CA50 (04) *TXD *TXD JD41 (04) CA50 (15) ATCH1 (NOTE 1) 0V JD41 (11, 12) CA50 (16) ATCH2
  • Page 2788. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 Cable connection (J129) Detachable LCD/MDI Connection panel CA50 01 RXD RXD 02 *RXD *RXD #24AWG pair or 03 #28AWG pair TXD TXD 04 *TXD *TXD 09 +24V +24V 10 +24V +24V (NOTE 1) ATCH1 15 ATCH1 (NOTE 1) ATCH2 16 ATCH2 *SEL0 06 *SEL0 *SEL1 07 *SEL1 #
  • Page 279B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 3) Details of cable J130 Connection panel Connector panel RXTP RXTP Pair *RXTP *RXTP TXTP TXTP Pair *TXTP *TXTP +24V 24V +24V 24V (NOTE 1) ATCH1 ATCH1 (NOTE 1) ATCH2 ATCH2 0V 0V 0V 0V *SEL0 *SEL1 *SEL2 *SEL3 *SEL4 *SEL7 (NOTE 2) FG (NOTE 3) Shie
  • Page 2808. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 NOTE 1 ATCH1 and ATCH2, when unused, need not be connected. 2 FG on the connection panel Connect the FG terminal on the connection panel to the frame ground. For this connection, use a twisted–pair cable, 100 to 300 mm long and with a cross–sect
  • Page 281B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 4) Details of cable J126 Connector panel Display link adapter JD41A (PCR–EV20MDT) 01 RXD 11 0V 02 *RXD 12 0V J126 03 TXD 13 04 *TXD 14 HONDA TSUSHIN 05 15 KOGYO CO., LTD. PCR–E20F 06 16 FANUC specifications 07 17  Soldering type (with case) 08
  • Page 2828. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.5.5 When the two–path Power Mate i–D is provided with two detachable Example of Connecting LCD/MDI attachment positions, the display link (RS–485) will have a T branch. Minimize the length of this branch. No more than one detachable a Detachab
  • Page 283B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.6 The detachable LCD/MDI Type B is an LCD/MDI unit with an 8.4–inch LCD/MDI housed in a portable case. The unit has the following features: DETACHABLE D The detachable LCD/MDI Type B is much thinner than the LCD/MDI TYPE B conventional detacha
  • Page 2848. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 NOTE 1 The customer needs to prepare the cable between the detachable LCD/MDI and relay panel, the cable between the power supply and relay panel, the cable between the CNC and relay panel, and the relay panel. 2 Selection switch SW1 specifies w
  • Page 285B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT NOTE 1 The detachable LCD/MDI itself and the cable connection portions of the detachable LCD/MDI are not water proof. Therefore be careful not to expose these parts directly to contaminants. 2 Be careful not to expose the cable connection portio
  • Page 2868. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 Disconnection method (1) Detach power cable J169 from connector CPA on the relay panel. (2) Detach display link cable J182 from connector CA72 on the relay panel. NOTE 1 Put the FANUC–specified label near connector CA72 on the relay panel to ind
  • Page 287B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT Details of display link cable J183 CA72 on relay panel Power Mate i JD41 (DBM–25S) (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 FG 14 1 RXD 11 0V 2 (VDR) 15 0V 2 *RXD 12 0V 3 (VDG) 16 (0V) 3 TXD 13 RXTM1 J183 4 (VDB) 17 0V 4 *TXD 14 RXTM2 5 (VSYNC) 18 0V 5 15 TXTM1 6 (HSYNC
  • Page 2888. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 Details of display link cable J182 CA72 on relay panel CA61 on detachable LCD/MDI (DBM–25S) (DBM–25S–0001) 1 FG 14 1 FG 14 2 VDR 15 0V 2 VDR 15 0V 3 VDG 16 0V 3 VDG 16 0V J182 4 VDB 17 0V 4 VDB 17 0V 5 VSYNC 18 0V 5 VSYNC 18 0V 6 HSYNC 19 0V 6 H
  • Page 289B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT Details of power cable J168 1) For 100 VAC 100–VAC power supply J168 Relay terminal for 100 VAC 0.5A CPA 50Hz/60Hz 1–ph Contact ground type, 2–pole 15 A, 125 V R R 100A 100A S S 100B 100B G G G G G 2) For 200 VAC 200–VAC power supply J168 Relay
  • Page 2908. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 Details of power cable J169 1) For 100 VAC Relay panel Detachable LCD/MDI CPA CA63 (Contact ground type, (JL04V–2E10SL–3PE–B) 2–pole, 15 A, 125 V) R 100A R 100A J169 S 100B S 100B G G G G R R 100A 100A S S 100B 100B G G G G 2) For 200 VAC Relay
  • Page 291B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.6.4 The detachable LCD/MDI is connected to a CNC such as the FS16, FS18, Connection Using the and FS21 through the video signal/MDI signal interface as explained below. Video and MDI Signals D Attach cables J182, J171, and J169 to the detachab
  • Page 2928. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 NOTE 1 Put the FANUC–specified labels near connectors CA72 and CA73 on the relay panel to indicate that the selection switch SW1 is to be set to A. (See Subsection 8.6.9.) 2 After cabling, you may set the selection switch SW1. 3 When you want to
  • Page 293B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT Details of video signal cable J185 CA72 on relay panel72 CNC JA1 (DBM–25S) (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 FG 14 1 VDR 11 2 VDR 15 0V 2 0V 12 VSYNC 3 VDG 16 0V 3 VDG 13 J185 4 VDB 17 0V 4 0V 14 0V 5 VSYNC 18 0V 5 VDG 15 6 HSYNC 19 0V 6 0V 16 0V 7 20 (0V) 7 17 8
  • Page 2948. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 Details of MDI signal cable J170 CNC JA2 CA73 on relay panel (PCR–EV20MDT) (MR–20RF) 1 *SW0 11 *SW1 1 8 *CM2 14 2 *SW2 12 *SW3 2 *CM0 9 *CM3 15 *CM5 3 *SW4 13 *SW5 J170 3 *CM1 10 *SW7 16 *CM6 4 *SW6 14 *SW7 4 *SW6 11 *SW5 17 *CM7 5 *CM0 15 *CM1
  • Page 295B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT Details of MDI signal cable J171 CA73 on relay panel CA62 on detachable LCD/MDI (MR–20RF) 04 03 02 01 1 8 *CM2 14 2 *CM0 9 *CM3 15 *CM5 *CM3 *CM2 *CM1 *CM0 3 *CM1 10 *SW7 16 *CM6 J171 10 09 08 07 06 05 4 *SW6 11 *SW5 17 *CM7 5 *SW4 12 *SW3 18 *C
  • Page 2968. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 Details of power cable J168 See Subsection 8.6.4. Details of power cable J169 See Subsection 8.6.4. 8.6.5 1) Make no connection to an unused pin or a pin with its name parenthesized in connectors. Notes on Cables 2) Do not change the combination
  • Page 297B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.6.7 Outline Drawing 214 15 122 8.6.8 1) When using the video/MDI signals for connection, put the following label on the relay unit and the cable connectors in the cabinet. This Labels label indicates that switch SW1 on the detachable LCD/MDI u
  • Page 2988. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.7 CONNECTION TO THE HANDY OPERATOR’S PANEL 8.7.1 The handy operator’s panel has machine operator’s panel functions for teaching operations, as well as CRT/MDI functions for displaying and Outline setting the Power Mate parameters and programs.
  • Page 299B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.7.2 The handy operator’s panel has an emergency stop button and deadman’s Emergency Stop switches (right side and left side). In any of the following cases, the emergency stop state is assumed, and the Power Mate and servo amplifier are so not
  • Page 3008. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.7.3 It is possible that the CE standard does not allow the mounting of the Connection Allowing connection panel on the cabinet so that the handy operator’s panel can be connected and disconnected. (The reason for this is that the emergency the
  • Page 301B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT Cabinet Handy operator’s panel Connection Connector CRS10 (01) RXD panel panel RXD JD41 (01) Power Mate CRS10 (02) *RXD *RXD JD41 (02) CRS10 (03) TXD TXD JD41 (03) CRS10 (04) *TXD *TXD JD41 (04) +5V CRS10 (15) ATCH1 ATCH1 JD41 (09) CRS10 (16) AT
  • Page 3028. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 2) Connection panel The connection panel can be used to make the handy operator’s panel detachable from the cabinet. On the connection panel, install a connector to which the handy operator’s panel cable can be attached, and also install a switc
  • Page 303B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 3) Details of cable J118 Handy operator’s panel CRS10 04 03 02 01 Connection panel (connector panel) *TXD TXD *RXD RXD J118 10 09 08 07 06 05 Hirose Electric. Co., Ltd. +24V +24V FG (1)Soldering type 16 15 14 13 12 11 HR22–12TPD–20S (housing and
  • Page 3048. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 Handy operator’s panel Connection panel CRS10 (connector panel) 01 RXD RXD 02 *RXD *RXD Shielded #24AWG pair 03 TXD TXD 04 *TXD *TXD 09 +24V +24V 10 +24V +24V 11 EMGTP EMGTP 12 EMGDM EMGDM 13 #24AWG EMGEN EMGEN 15 ATCH1 ATCH1 16 ATCH2 ATCH2 19 0
  • Page 305B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 4) Details of cable J144 Connector panel Power Mate JD41 (PCR–EV20MDT) 01 RXD 11 0V 02 *RXD 12 0V J144 03 TXD 13 RXTM1 04 *TXD 14 RXTM2 HONDA TSUSHIN 05 (RXALM) 15 (TXTM1) KOGYO CO., LTD. PCR–E20F 06 (*RXALM) 16 (TXTM2) FANUC specifications 07 (
  • Page 3068. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 5) Details of cables J119 and J121 Emergency stop on the machine opera- tor’s panel To Power Mate *ESP input 24V Connector J121 panel (Separate emergen- cy stop contact such as the door open limit switch) Handy operator’s panel J118 Emergency st
  • Page 307B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 6) Details of cable J122 Connection Connector panel panel RXTP RXTP Shielded #24AWG pair *RXTP *RXTP TXTP TXTP Shielded #24AWG pair *TXTP *TXTP #24AWG +24V +24V #24AWG +24V +24V EMGEN EMGEN EMGDM EMGDM #24AWG EMGTP EMGTP #24AWG #24AWG ATCH1 ATCH
  • Page 3088. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 7) Details of cable J135 Connector panel External power supply J135 24VDC Cable connection (J135) External power Connector panel supply 24VDC +24V 0V 0V 296
  • Page 309B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8) Safety precautions To make the handy operator’s panel disconnectable, the handy operator’s panel enable switch must be mounted on the connection panel. When the handy operator’s panel is connected, but the handy operator’s panel enable switch
  • Page 3108. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.7.4 1) Inter–unit connection diagram Keeping the Handy Operator’s Panel Connected at All Times Cabinet Connector Power Handy panel operator’s Mate panel J118 J144 JD41 CRS10 24VDC" 10% 0. 2A J135 24 VDC power supply Emergency stop on machine o
  • Page 311B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT Cabinet Handy operator’s panel CRS10 (01) RXD Connector panel RXD JD41 (01) Power Mate CRS10 (02) *RXD *RXD JD41 (02) CRS10 (03) TXD TXD JD41 (03) CRS10 (04) *TXD *TXD JD41 (04) +5V CRS10 (15) ATCH1 ATCH1 JD41 (09) CRS10 (16) ATCH2 ATCH2 JD41 (2
  • Page 3128. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.8 CONNECTION TO THE HANDY OPERATOR’S PANEL TYPE B 8.8.1 The handy operator’s panel type B allows the Power Mate i to use the emergency stop feature on the handy operator’s panel as a part of Overview emergency stop features implemented on a ma
  • Page 313B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.8.2 Connection Diagram ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ Cabinet ÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ Handy Connector Power ÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ operator’s panel Mate i panel ÂÂÂÂ ÂÂ ÂÂÂ Â Â ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ Â ÂÂ ÂÂ J86 ÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂ J160 CRS10 CB155 ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂ
  • Page 3148. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.8.3 The handy operator’s panel has two emergency stop contact points. Emergency Stop Assign one contact to the emergency stop input to the servo amplifier, and assign the other contact to the emergency stop input to the Power Mate or higher CN
  • Page 315B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.8.4 The handy operator’s panel has one contact for a modal switch. This Switch A switch can be used as a switch for maintaining a state. OFF ON Setting of switch A Between CRS10 (17) and (18) OFF Closed ON Open Switch A Connection details Hand
  • Page 3168. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.8.5 The handy operator’s panel has a switch on the right and left of the portion Switch B where the user holds the operator’s panel. The handy operator’s panel can recognize the switch condition when both or one of the right and left switches
  • Page 317B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.8.6 Detailed Connection Diagram Cabinet Handy operator’s panel Other emergency stop Operator’s Connector panel contacts such as door Emer- panel Emergency stop switch 24V open switch gency stop SB1 CRS10 (06) EMGA1 SQ1 CRS10 (07) EMGA2 CRS10 (
  • Page 3188. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.8.7 For details of cables J86, J135, and J144, see Section 6.4 and Subsection Details of Cables J86, 8.7.3. J135, and J144 8.8.8 Details of Cable J160 306
  • Page 319B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT CRS10 Handy operator’s panel Connector 04 03 02 01 panel *TXD TXD *RXD RXD 10 09 08 07 06 05 J160 +24V +24V EMGB1 EMGA2 EMGA1 FG 16 15 14 13 12 11 Same as the ATCH2 ATCH1 SWB2 SWB1 EMGB2 HOPIN connector on the conventional handy 20 19 18 17 oper
  • Page 3208. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.9 CONNECTION TO AN LCD WITH A TOUCH PANEL 8.9.1 This section explains how to connect an LCD with a touch panel to the Overview Power Mate i–D/H. The LCD with a touch panel is connected to the Power Mate i–D/H via the display link. Another supp
  • Page 321B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT Item Specification LCD with a touch 2.4 kg panel Weight Stand–alone MDI 1.3 kg for the touch panel Environmental re- See Section 3.1. quirements 8.9.3 Total Connection LCD with a touch panel 24–VDC J30 J142 regulated CN1 JD13 Power Mate i power
  • Page 3228. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 (10) The stand–alone type MDI is designed for those who are familiar with conventional MDI operation. The LCD with a touch panel has a virtual keyboard, so operation can be performed without using the stand–alone type MDI. The stand–alone type M
  • Page 323B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 8.9.4 Connection to the Stand–Alone Type MDI Stand–alone type MDI: Ck1 LCD with a touch panel: JA2 (PCR–E20MD) (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 *KEY00 11 *KEY01 1 *KEY00 11 *KEY01 2 *KEY02 12 *KEY03 2 *KEY02 12 *KEY03 3 *KEY04 13 *KEY05 J72 3 *KEY04 13 *KEY05 4
  • Page 3248. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.9.5 1) LCD with a touch panel Outline Drawing Protective grounding stud (M4) 312
  • Page 325B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT 2) Stand–alone type MDI for the touch panel Protective grounding stud 313
  • Page 3268. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT B–63173EN/03 8.9.6 The touch panel is operated by directly touching the LCD screen. For Touch Panel touch panel operation, be sure to use the FANUC–supplied pen (A02B–0236–K111) provided with the touch panel. If the LCD screen is touched using a sharp–tipped
  • Page 327B–63173EN/03 8. CONNECTION TO SETTING AND DISPLAY UNIT OK NG <4> Attach the right and left sides of the protection sheet while pushing out air between the touch panel and protection sheet. D With part of the protection sheet kept stuck to the touch panel, do not attempt to correct the position of th
  • Page 3289. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9 CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 316
  • Page 329B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.1 SERVO INTERFACE (FSSB) 9.1.1 The connection between the Power Mate i and the servo amplifiers should use only one optical cable, regardless of the number of controlled axes. Connection by FSSB For Power Mate i–D, up to 2 axes can be connected. For P
  • Page 3309. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.1.2 When a single servo amplifier is shared by multiple Power Mates, servo Sharing a Servo alarm 401 (servo amplifier ready signal OFF) may occur in the cases explained below. Amplifier 1) When multiple Power Mates share a single servo amplifier Power
  • Page 331B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 2) When a two axes servo amplifier is used by a two–path Power Mate i–D 2–path Two axes Power Mate–D servo amplifier The servo amplifier does not turn on the servo amplifier ready signal until both paths of the two–path Power Mate i–D have been started.
  • Page 3329. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.2 SEPARATE DETECTOR INTERFACE UNIT 9.2.1 When a separate pulse coder or linear scale is used, a separate detector General interface unit is required. The separate detector interface unit should be connected to the Power Mate control unit through an op
  • Page 333B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.2.2 Power to the separate detector interface unit should be supplied from an Connection of Power external 24 VDC power supply. To the extended unit, if it exists, power is supplied from the basic unit. Supply Separate detector interface unit (basic) E
  • Page 3349. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.2.3 Connection to Linear Separate detector interface unit Linear scale Scale (Parallel JF101 to JF108 Interface) (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 PCA 11 2 *PCA 12 0V 3 PCB 13 4 *PCB 14 0V 5 PCZ 15 6 *PCZ 16 0V 7 (+6V) 17 The +6V and REQ signals are provided for 8 (REQ
  • Page 335B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE (Serial interface) Separate detector interface unit Linear scale JF101AJF108 (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 SD 11 2 *SD 12 0V 3 13 4 14 0V 5 REQ 15 6 *REQ 16 0V Connector FI40–2015S 7 +6V 17 Case FI–20–CV 8 18 +5V 9 +5V 19 10 20 +5V Cable connection 1 SD SD 2 *SD *SD
  • Page 3369. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.2.4 Connection to Separate Pulse Coder (Parallel Interface) D Absolute detection Separate detector interface unit Separate absolute pulse coder JF101 to JF108 Pulse coder (PCR–EV20MDT) (MS3102A–22–14P) 1 PCA 11 A PCA B *PCA C PCB D *PCB 2 *PCA 12 0V E
  • Page 337B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE D For incremental detector Separate detector interface unit Separate pulse coder JF101 to JF108 Pulse coder (PCR–EV20MDT) (MS3102A–20–29P) 1 PCA 11 A PCA B PCB C +5V D *PCA 2 *PCA 12 0V E *PCB F PCZ G *PCZ H SHLD 3 PCB 13 J +5V K +5V L M 4 *PCB 14 0V N
  • Page 3389. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 (Serial interface) Separate detector interface unit Separate pulse coder JF101AJF108 Pulse coder (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 SD 11 A SD B C D :SD 2 :SD 12 0V E F REQ G REQ H SHLD 3 13 J +5V K +5V L M 4 14 0V N 0V P R +6VA S 0VA 5 REQ 15 T 0V 6 :REQ 16 0V 7 +6V 17 8
  • Page 339B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.2.5 The standard of the feedback signal from the separate detector is as shown Input Signal below. Requirements (1) A and B phase signal input This is a method to input position information by the mutual 90 degree phase slip of A and B phase signals.
  • Page 3409. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 (3) Z phase signal input For the Z phase signal (1 rotation signal), a signal width of more than 1 frequency of the A phase or B phase signals is necessary. Z phase signal Tw Twy 1 frequency of A phase or B phase Receiver circuit PCA The same circuit is
  • Page 341B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.2.6 Connection of Battery Separate detector interface unit Battery box for Separate Absolute JA4A (M3 terminal) Pulse Coder (PCR-EV20MDT) + – 1 11 +6V 0V 2 12 3 0V 13 4 14 5 15 6 16 7 +6V 17 8 18 9 19 10 20 Cable wiring JA4A Battery case 7 + +6V +6V 3
  • Page 3429. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.2.7 An additional unit must be connected to a basic unit with a flat cable, as Connection between shown below. The flat cable is 100 mm in length. Basic and Additional Units Units viewed from the top Basic unit Additional unit Mounting face CNF1 CNF2
  • Page 343B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.2.9 Positions of the connectors of a basic unit Connector Positions Positions of the connectors of an additional unit 331
  • Page 3449. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.2.10 1) Notes on mounting Mounting (1) Use the unit inside a hermetically sealed cabinet. (2) Mount the unit on a vertical face. Leave a space of 100 mm or greater both above and below the unit. Do not place a device that generates large amounts of he
  • Page 345B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE CAUTION To mount and remove the unit, the screwdriver must be inserted obliquely. An adequate maintenance area is, therefore, required on both sides of the unit. As a rough guide, if the depth of the adjacent unit is equal to or less than that of the un
  • Page 3469. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 3) Mounting the unit on the DIN rail Mounting DIN rail Removal DIN rail Installing the unit: 1. Hook the unit on the top of the DIN rail. 2. Push the unit in until it clicks. Removing the unit: 1. Push down the lock by using a screwdriver. 2. Remove the
  • Page 347B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.3 CONNECTING THE FANUC SERVO UNIT β SERIES WITH I/O Link 9.3.1 The FANUC servo unit β series with I/O Link (called the b amplifier with I/O Link in this chapter) is a servo unit that can be easily connected to a Overview Power Mate via the FANUC I/O L
  • Page 3489. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.4 The following two configurations of the spindle interface are available. SPINDLE INTERFACE The Power Mate i–D supports the selection of either a serial or analog spindle. To use an analog spindle, option card 1 or 2 is needed. NOTE No spindle interf
  • Page 349B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.4.1 α Series Spindle Power Mate α series Spindle Amplifier Module Amplifier Interface JA11 JA7B (Serial Spindle) (PCR-EV20MDT) (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 SIN 11 0V 1 SIN 11 0V 2 *SIN 12 0V J39 2 *SIN 12 0V 3 SOUT 13 0V 3 SOUT 13 0V 4 *SOUT 14 0V 4 *SOUT 14 0V 5
  • Page 3509. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 CAUTION The +5V terminal is used for optical link transmission via an optical I/O link adapter. When using this cable or other metallic cables, leave the +5V terminal open. If +5V is supplied to this terminal when a metallic cable is used, +5 V for the
  • Page 351B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE In the case of connecting to the spindle amplifier, using optical cable equipped with an optical I/O link adaptor. Spindle Power Mate Optical I/O Link adapter amplifier JA11 JD1 (PCR-EV20MDT) (PCR-EV20MDT) 1 SIN 11 0V 1 *SIN 11 0V 2 *SIN 12 0V J39 2 SIN
  • Page 3529. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.4.2 Analog Spindle Power Mate Interface JA11 Signal name Description SVC1 Spindle command voltage (for 1st path) 1 (SIN) 11 (0V) (*SIN) ES1 Common line (for 1st path) 2 12 (0V) 3 (SOUT) 13 (0V) SVC2 Spindle command voltage (for 2nd 4 (*SOUT) 14 (0V) p
  • Page 353B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.4.3 Position Coder Interface Power Mate JA46 Name Description SC, *SC Position coder Z–phase signal 1 SC 11 2 *SC 12 0V PA, *PA Position coder A–phase signal 3 (PB2) 13 4 (*PB2) 14 0V PB, *PB Position coder B–phase PA signal 5 15 6 *PA 16 0V 7 PB 17 8
  • Page 3549. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.5 ANALOG SERVO INTERFACE UNIT 9.5.1 The analog servo interface unit is designed to support analog servo Overview interfaces in the Power Mate i–Model D/H (called the CNC hereinafter). Use of the analog servo interface unit allows analog servo amplifie
  • Page 355B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE Ordering specification Name Specification Remarks Basic unit of analog servo interface A02B–0259–C180 unit Expansion unit of analog servo A02B–0259–C181 interface unit Flat cable for analog servo interface A02B–0259–K850 unit Spare fuse A03B–0815–K001 1
  • Page 3569. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.5.3 Configuration CNC FSSB line Analog voltage Analog Analog servo Servo servo interface unit motor amplifier 24–VDC (basic) power supply Feedback Pulse encoder GND1 Battery Analog servo interface unit Flat cable (expansion) Power Analog servo Analog
  • Page 357B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.5.4 The ready signal input and alarm signal input from the analog servo Connection of Analog interface are 5–VDC signals. Servo Interface Type F 9.5.4.1 1) Configuration when a pulse coder built into a motor is used System configuration Higher unit on
  • Page 3589. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 Analog servo interface unit Analog servo amplifier JV1nL (PCR–EV20MDT) Connector: PCR–E20FS or 1 (A) 11 (*B) PCR–E20FA 2 (*A) 12 (*B) Housing: PCR–V20LB 3 *ENBL 13 OVL 4 0V 14 0V 5 (Z) 15 (ALM) 6 EC 16 0V J155 7 VCMD 17 (*SRDY) 8 0V 18 0V 9 (*Z) 19 (24V
  • Page 359B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 2) Cable J156A (parallel interface) Cable J156A is used to connect an analog servo interface unit (JF10nL) and a pulse encoder or separate detector. Analog servo interface unit Pulse encoder or separate detector JF10nL (PCR–EV20MDT) J156A 1 A 11 2 *A 12
  • Page 3609. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 3) Cable J156B (serial interface) Cable J156B is used to connect an analog servo interface unit (JF10nL) and a pulse encoder or separate detector. Analog servo interface unit Pulse encoder or separate detector JF10nL (PCR–EV20MDT) J156B 1 SD 11 2 *SD 12
  • Page 361B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 4) Cable J37 Cable J37 is used to connect an analog servo interface unit (JA4L) and the battery for a separate detector. Analog servo interface unit (basic unit) Battery for separate detector JA4L (M3 terminal) (PCR–EV20MDT) + - 1 11 +6V 0V 2 12 3 0V 13
  • Page 3629. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 2 *ENBL (output) *ENBL is the enable signal for the servo amplifier. While this signal is on (connected to 0V), the VCMD signal is enabled. Open collector output. Power *ENBL Mate 0V Servo amplifier Semicon- ductor Input ON: Connection to 0V contact Inp
  • Page 363B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE Input characteristics Item Sym- Specification Unit Supplement bol High level input voltage VH 3.6 to 10.5 V (NOTE) Low level input voltage VL 0 to 1.0 V +1.5 max mA Vin= 5V High level input current Iih +8.8 max mA Vin=10V Low level input current Iil –8.
  • Page 3649. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 Movement in the posi- tive direction A–phase signal B–phase signal Movement in the negative direction A–phase signal B–phase signal The differential input signals shown below are applied to the connectors. The time duration, TD, from point α where the r
  • Page 365B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.5.5 The ready signal input and alarm signal input from the analog servo Connection of Analog interface are 24–VDC signals. Servo Interface Type M 9.5.5.1 1) Configuration when a built–in pulse encoder is used System configuration Higher unit Analog on
  • Page 3669. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 Analog servo interface Analog servo amplifier JV1nL (PCR–EV20MDT) Connector: PCR–E20FS or 1 A 11 B PCR–E20FA 2 *A 12 *B Housing: PCR–V20LB 3 (*ENBL) 13 (OVL) 4 (0V) 14 (0V) 5 Z 15 ALM 6 EC 16 0V J157 7 VCMD 17 *SRDY 8 (0V) 18 0V 9 *Z 19 24VOUT Ferrite c
  • Page 367B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 4) Cable J158 Cable J158 is used to connect an analog servo interface unit (JV1nL) and analog servo amplifier. Analog servo interface JV1nL (PCR–EV20MDT) Connector: PCR–E20FS or 1 (PCA) 11 (PCB) PCR–E20FA Housing: 2 (*PCA) 12 (*PCB) PCR–V20LB 3 (*ENBL)
  • Page 3689. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.5.5.3 (1) VCMD, EC (output) Details of signals VCMD and EC are the speed command signals for the servo amplifier. For details, see (1) in Section 4.3, ”CONNECTION DETAILS”. (2) A, *A, B, *B, Z, *Z (input) These signals are input from the pulse encoder
  • Page 369B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.5.6 Power Supply and Heat Loss 9.5.6.1 Supply power to the analog servo interface unit from an external 24–VDC Connection of the power power supply. supply Analog servo interface unit (basic unit) External power supply CP11L 24–VDC regulated power sup
  • Page 3709. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.5.6.3 Heat loss Heat loss One basic unit One basic unit + one expansion unit Type F 10 W 14 W Type M 17 W 28 W 9.5.7 Analog servo interface type F and analog servo interface type M are Selection Switch SW1 different in input level of the ready signal
  • Page 371B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.5.8 Outline Drawing SW1 Expansion Basic JV13L JV11L JF103L JF101L JV14L JV12L JF104L JF102L JA4M JA4L Front of case COP10M GND1 COP10L 9.5.9 1) The Power Mate i–D can be connected to digital servo amplifier Notes interfaces and analog servo interfaces
  • Page 3729. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 7) To use of the analog servo interface unit, an axis control card (high–speed type) and the digital servo function A02B–0259– H591#90A0 (the 05th edition or later) are required. Select an appropriate axis control card that can match the sum of the digi
  • Page 373B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE Set parameters appropriately according to the description given below and the relevant CNC parameter manual. [Parameters to be set] Parameter No. Setting Meaning No. 1023 See <1>. Servo axis number for each axis No. 1815 See <2>. Settings for separate p
  • Page 3749. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 NOTE When using the analog servo interface unit, set this bit to 1. <4> Bit parameter setting #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 1905 PM2 PM1 FSL [Data type] Bit FSL The type of the interface between the servo amplifier and servo software for this axis is: 0 : Fas
  • Page 375B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE <5> Setting of address conversion tables for slave numbers 1910 Address conversion table value for slave number 1 (ATR) 1911 Address conversion table value for slave number 2 (ATR) 1912 Address conversion table value for slave number 3 (ATR) 1913 Addres
  • Page 3769. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 <6> Connector number setting 1936 Connector number of the first interface unit 1937 Connector number of the second interface unit [Data type] Byte axis [Valid data range] 0 to 3 (when the interface unit is an analog servo interface unit) 0 to 7 (when th
  • Page 377B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE [Setting example 2: When one digital servo axis and one analog servo axis are used] FSSB X–axis Digital servo amplifier Slave 1 CNC FSSB Analog servo JV11L Y–axis interface unit 1 Analog amplifier 1 (basic unit) Slave 3 Slave 2 In the order of connectio
  • Page 3789. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 In the order of connection to the FSSB, the first analog servo interface unit (including the expansion unit) is assigned slave 1, the digital servo amplifier (two axes) is assigned slaves 2 and 3, and the second analog servo interface unit is assigned s
  • Page 379B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE Parameter No. Name Setting No. 2023 Number of speed Setting = 1536.797 E, where E is pulses the voltage value (V) equivalent to the speed command for 1000 rpm No. 2024 Number of position Set the number of pulses per motor pulses rotation (before FSFG) i
  • Page 3809. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE B–63173EN/03 9.6 CONNECTING Power Mate i SERVO CHECK BOARDS Servo check board#1 Servo check Servo check board#2 board adaptor Servo check board#3 Servo check board#4 CA54 9.6.1 Connect the cable of the servo check board adaptor to connector CA54 of the Power Mate i.
  • Page 381B–63173EN/03 9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE 9.6.2 To use servo check boards with the Power Mate i, servo check board Servo Check Boards adaptor A02B–0236–K822 is required. This adaptor is provided with a cable for connection to the Power Mate i. For a detailed explanation of how to connect and us
  • Page 38210. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 10 CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS 370
  • Page 383B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS 10.1 I/O DEVICE INTERFACE 10.1.1 (1) RS–232–C interface signal names RS–232–C Interface Generally, the RS–232–C interface uses the following signals: Specification Output SD (Send data) Input RD (Receive data) RS (Request to send) When CS is not used, CS (R
  • Page 38410. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 (2) RS–232–C interface signals Signal RS–232–C Input/output Description name circuit number SD 103 Output Send data Start bit Stop bit ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 OFF (The ISO code for 0 is sent) RD 104 Input Receive data Start bit Stop bit ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 OFF (T
  • Page 385B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS 1 character in the start–stop system b1 b2 b3 b4 b5 b6 b7 b8 Start bit Information bits Stop bits (8 bits including a parity bit) (2 bits) (For bit correspondence information, see the description of the SD and RD signals in ltem 2). (b) Codes The following
  • Page 38610. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 Table 10.1.1 ISO code EIA code Meaning Character 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Character 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 f f ° 0 f ° Numeral 0 1 f f f ° f 1 ° f Numeral 1 2 f f f ° f 2 ° f Numeral 2 3 f f ° f f 3 f ° f f Numeral 3 4 f f f ° f 4 ° f Numeral 4 5 f f ° f f 5 f ° f f Nume
  • Page 387B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS NOTE When an I/O device containing an ISO/EIA converter is used, pay special attention to the following in Table 10.1.1. Control–out (start of a comment) Control–in (end of a comment) EIA code ( ............... ) CR O ............... Condition 1 Condition 1
  • Page 38810. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 When the NC receives (1) The NC machine sends a DC1 code. data (for reading into (2) Upon receipt of the DC1 code, the I/O device starts data transmission memory) to the NC machine. (3) While the NC machine is processing, it sends a DC3 code. (4) Upon recei
  • Page 389B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS When the NC sends data (1) The NC machine sends a DC2 code. (punch–out) (2) The NC machine sends punch–out information. (3) While the I/O device is processing data: (a) The CS signal on the NC can be turned off to cause the NC machine to stop data transmiss
  • Page 39010. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 (5) Connecting the RS–232–C interface with an I/O device NC I/O device SD SD RD RD RS RS CS CS ER ER DR DR CD CD SG SG FG FG 10.1.2 1) Two RS–232C channels can be connected to serial port JD42 of the RS–232–C Serial Port Power Mate i. Normally, two channels
  • Page 391B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS S RS–232C device controlled by a macro executor or C executor user program When a user–program–controlled RS–232C device is connected, I/O devices such as the Handy File cannot be used. In this case, data must be saved and restored using a memory card. For
  • Page 39210. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 10.1.3 Details of Two–Channel Connection Relay connector for channel 1 Power Mate i JD42 (DBM–25S) (PCR–EV20MDT) J146 1 FG 14 1 RDA 11 SDA 2 SDA 15 2 0V 12 0V 3 RDA 16 3 DRA 13 ERA 4 RSA 17 4 0V 14 0V 5 CSA 18 5 CSA 15 RSA 6 DRA 19 6 0V 16 0V 7 SG 20 ERA 7
  • Page 393B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS The above cable is available from FANUC in a form of a punch panel (for two channels). The punch panel has a terminal block for connection to the 24–VDC power supply. A 24–VDC cable is required separately. S Punch panel (for two channels), 1 m long: A02B–02
  • Page 39410. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 Cable connection (J146) JD42 1 3 RDA RDA 2 0V Relay connector 3 6 for channel 1 DRA DRA 4 0V 5 5 CSA CSA 6 0V 7 8 CDA CDA 11 2 SDA SDA 12 0V 13 20 ERA ERA 14 0V 15 4 RSA RSA 16 7 0V SG Connector shell 25 24V 1 FG 9 3 RDB RDB Relay connector 8 for channel 2
  • Page 395B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS 10.1.4 Details of Single–Channel Connection Power Mate i JD42 Relay connector for channel 1 (PCR–EV20MDT) (DBM–25S) J146B 1 RDA 11 SDA 1 FG 14 2 0V 12 0V 2 SDA 15 3 DRA 13 ERA 3 RDA 16 4 0V 14 0V 4 RSA 17 5 CSA 15 RSA 5 CSA 18 6 0V 16 0V 6 DRA 19 7 CDA 17 (
  • Page 39610. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 Cable connection (J146) JD42 1 3 RDA RDA 2 Relay connector 0V for channel 1 6 3 DRA DRA 4 0V 5 5 CSA CSA 6 0V 7 8 CDA CDA 11 2 SDA SDA 12 0V 13 20 ERA ERA 14 0V 15 4 RSA RSA 16 7 0V SG Shield Connector shell 25 24V 1 FG 24–VDC power supply 24V 0V Recommende
  • Page 397B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS 10.1.5 Connection to the Relaying connector signal layout Handy File (Channel 1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 FG SD RD RS CS DR SG CD 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 ER +24 Relaying connector Connector : DBM-25S (JAPAN AVIATION ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY., LT
  • Page 39810. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 10.1.6 Connection by the Cable–side connector Notebook Personal Connector: DBM–25P (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.) Computer (Channel 2) Lock metal: DB–C2–J9 (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.) Power Mate JD42 (PCR–E20MD) Relay cable PC side cable
  • Page 399B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS Personal computer side IBM PC/AT (Cable specification: A02B–0259–K830) cable 3 2 SD SD 2 3 RD RD 7 4 RS (RS) IBM PC/AT 8 5 Relay CS (CS) 4 20 connector 9–pin female ER (ER) 25–pin male 6 6 DR (DR) 1 8 CD (CD) 5 7 SG SG 9 1 CI FG Shell of connector NOTE 1 It
  • Page 40010. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 10.2 EXTERNAL PULSE Power Mate INPUT INTERFACE JA46 Name Description (PCR–EV20MDT) PA1, *PA1 1st channel of 1 PA2 11 A–phase signal 2 *PA2 12 0V 3 PB2 13 PB1, *PB1 1st channel of 4 *PB2 14 0V B–phase signal 5 PA1 15 6 *PA1 16 0V PA2, *PA2 2nd channel of 7 P
  • Page 401B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS NOTE 1 To use this function, option card 1 or 2 is needed. 2 This interface cannot be used together with an position coder interface. 3 The Power Mate can supply power to a unit requiring not more than 0.35 A at 5 V (the total for two external pulse generat
  • Page 40210. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 Pulses for positive– Pulses for negative– direction move direction move Externally input pulses command command PA PB Positive– Output from direction the discriminator pulses for the CNC Negative– direction pulses Fig. 10.2 (b) Sequence (b) Recommend circui
  • Page 403B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS 10.3 MANUAL PULSE GENERATOR INTERFACE 10.3.1 1) One–path Power Mate i–D Overview In basic mode, a manual pulse generator interface for one axis is provided. Whether this manual pulse generator interface is used for the first or second axis can be selected b
  • Page 40410. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 10.3.2 Connection Power Mate MPG JA47 (PCR-EV20MDT) MPG unit #1 (M3 screw terminal) 1 HA1 11 J41 +5V 0V A B 2 HB1 12 0V 3 HA2 13 +5V 0V HA1 HB1 4 HB2 14 0V MPG unit #2 5 (AGND) 15 (M3 screw terminal) 6 16 0V 7 (AIN) 17 +5V 0V A B 8 (AGND) 18 +5V +5V 0V HA2
  • Page 405B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS Recommended cables: A02B–0259–K822 (7m) (for connecting two manual pulse generators) A02B–0259–K821 (7m) (for connecting one manual pulse generator) (These cables are those used between the JA47 connector and the connector panel.) Do not make any connection
  • Page 40610. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 10.3.4 In the Power Mate i–H, an external pulse generator with a single–phase Interface of the input can be connected instead of the manual pulse generator manufactured by FANUC. External Pulse Generator (for Power Mate i–H) D Pulse width The relationship b
  • Page 407B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS D Signal logics [Forward movement command] [Backward movement command] HA1 HA1 HB1 HB1 [The following two cases are not assumed as command pulses.] HA1 HA1 HB1 HB1 10.3.5 One manual pulse coder can be connected to up to six Power Mates, such Connecting a Ma
  • Page 40810. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 (2) Details of J41A connection n–1 n n+1 JA47 JA47 JA47 1 HA1 1 HA1 1 HA1 2 HB1 2 HB1 2 HB1 3 HA2 3 HA2 3 HA2 4 HB2 4 HB2 4 HB2 12 0V 12 0V 12 0V 14 0V 14 0V 14 0V 16 0V 16 0V 16 0V NOTE Do not connect any pins other than those shown above. CAUTION Connecti
  • Page 409B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS 10.4 ANALOG INPUT FUNCTION 10.4.1 The one–path Power Mate i–D and Power Mate i–H are provided with one Overview analog voltage input channel. NOTE The analog input function is not supported by the 2–path Power Mate i–D. Option card 2 (A02B–0259–J021) is req
  • Page 41010. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 10.4.3 Analog Input Function Item Specification Specifications Number of input channels 1 Analog input range –10 to +10VDC Maximum input voltage "12VDC Digital output Signed 8–bit binary data Resolution 78 mV Overall accuracy "0.5% (of the full scale) Conve
  • Page 411B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS JA47 Connection panel (Connector panel) 07 AIN Analog output 08 Shielded AGND 0V #24AWG pair 01 HA1 HA1 02 HB1 HB1 03 HA2 HA2 04 #24AWG HB2 HB2 12,14,16 0V 0V 09,18,20 +5V +5V Drain wire Shield Recommended cable: A66L–0001–0298: Oki Electric Cable Co., LTD.
  • Page 41210. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 10.5 CONNECTION TO A COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE TOUCH PANEL 10.5.1 The Power Mate i–D/H can be connected to a commercially available touch panel that supports FANUC’s interface designed for other Overview suppliers’ touch panels. With programs on the touch pane
  • Page 413B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS 10.5.4 Details of Connection via RS–422 Touch panel Power Mate i SIO (DBM–25S) JD40 (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 14 1 RXD 11 2 15 SD B 2 *RXD 12 0V 3 16 RD B 3 TXD 13 4 17 4 *TXD 14 0V 5 18 CS B J162 5 RTS 15 6 19 ER B 6 *RTS 16 0V 7 SG 20 7 CTS 17 8 21 CS A 8 *CTS 18 (
  • Page 41410. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 10.6 CONNECTION BY MULTIAXIS SYNCHRONIZATION FUNCTION (Power Mate i–H ONLY) 10.6.1 With the multiaxis synchronization function, up to 16 FANUC Power Overview Mate i–MODEL H units can be interconnected, enabling synchronization control for up to 128 axes. Us
  • Page 415B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS 3) When a setup/display device using the display link interface is used among the Power Mate i–H units in a detachable manner (also when the handy operator’s panel is used in a detachable manner) Setup/display NOTE device Each connector panel consists of a
  • Page 41610. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 (1) The same restrictions as on J45 of the CRT/MDI interface in Section 8.1 are imposed on cables J174 and J175. (2) The maximum cable length is 50 m (the total length of cable J174 and cables J175 that interconnect the display link adapters). The cable len
  • Page 417B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS Details of cable J174 JD13 on setup/display device JD41B on display link adapter (PCR–EV20MDT) (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 TXD 11 0V 1 RXD 11 0V 2 *TXD 12 0V 2 *RXD 12 0V 3 RXD 13 (SI1) J174 3 TXD 13 4 *RXD 14 (*SI1) 4 *TXD 14 5 (ITPGA) 15 (SI2) 5 (TXALM) 15 6 (*ITPGA)
  • Page 41810. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 Details of cable J175 JD41 on display link adapter Power Mate i–H JD41 (PCR–EV20MDT) (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 RXD 11 0V 1 RXD 11 0V 2 *RXD 12 0V 2 *RXD 12 0V 3 TXD 13 J175 3 TXD 13 (RXTM1) 4 *TXD 14 4 *TXD 14 (RXTM2) 5 RXALM 15 5 RXALM 15 (TXTM1) 6 *RXALM 16 6 *RXAL
  • Page 419B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS Recommended cable: A66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG 10 pairs, common shield) Recommended connector on the cable side: PCR–E20FS or PCRE20FA, housing: PCR–V20LA FANUC purchase drawing number: A20B
  • Page 42010. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 10.6.4 1) Connection diagram When a Setup/Display Device Using the Display Link Interface is Used among the Power Mate i–H Units in a Detachable Manner Setup/display Setup/display Setup/display device device device J177 J177 J177 Display link Display link a
  • Page 421B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS (8) The handy operator’s panel is connected in the same way as the above though the handy operator’s panel does not use the display link interface. CRT/MDI, etc. Connection Connector Power Mate i–H panel panel JD13(01) TXD RXD JD41(01) JD13(02) *TXD *RXD JD
  • Page 42210. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 2) Details of cables J177 and J178 JD13 in setup/display device Cabinet (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 TXD 11 0V 2 *TXD 12 0V Connector panel 3 RXD 13 (SI1) J177 J178 4 *RXD 14 (*SI1) 5 (ITPGA) 15 (SI2) 6 (*ITPGA) 16 (*SI2) 7 (ITPGB) 17 (SI3) 8 (*ITPGB) 18 (*SI3) 9 (SIO)
  • Page 423B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS 3) Details of cable J179 JD41 on display link adapter (PCR–EV20MDT) Connector panel 1 (RXD) 11 0V 2 (*RXD) 12 0V J179 3 (TXD) 13 4 (*TXD) 14 5 RXALM 15 6 *RXALM 16 7 TXALM 17 COMMA 8 *TXALM 18 *COMMA 9 19 10 20 Cable connection (J179) JD41 Connector panel R
  • Page 42410. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 4) Details of cable J180 Power Mate i–H JD41 Connector panel (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 RXD 11 0V 2 *RXD 12 0V J180 3 TXD 13 RXTM1 4 *TXD 14 RXTM2 5 RXALM 15 TXTM1 6 *RXALM 16 TXTM2 7 TXALM 17 COMMA 8 *TXALM 18 *COMMA 9 (ATCH1) 19 10 20 (ATCH2) Cable connection (J180)
  • Page 425B–63173EN/03 10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS 10.7 HANDY MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL 10.7.1 The handy machine operator’s panel is a compact, hand–held operator’s Overview panel to allow the operator to perform operation beside the machine. It consists of a manual pulse generator equipped with a small disp
  • Page 42610. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS B–63173EN/03 10.7.3 External View of the Handy Machine Operator’s Panel Emergency stop button Mounting hole 2–line 16– digit LCD Independent LEDs 20 input keys with LEDs Operation ON/OFF switch Override switch 3–position enable switch Manual pulse generator 414
  • Page 427B–63173EN/03 11. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL 11 EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL 415
  • Page 42811. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL B–63173EN/03 11.1 Using the emergency stop signal effectively enables the design of safe machine tools. GENERAL The emergency stop signal is provided to bring a machine tool to an emergency stop. It must be input to the Power Mate i, servo amplifier, and spindle amplifier.
  • Page 429B–63173EN/03 11. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL 11.2 When the emergency stop signal (*ESP) contact is closed, the Power Mate i enters the emergency stop released state, such that the servo and Power Mate i spindle motors can be controlled and operated. When the emergency stop signal (*ESP) contact opens, the
  • Page 43011. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL B–63173EN/03 11.3 Shutting off the servo amplifier power causes a dynamic brake to be applied to the servo motor. Even when a dynamic brake is applied, SERVO/SPINDLE however, a servo motor attached to a vertical axis can move under the force of gravity. To overcome this pro
  • Page 431B–63173EN/03 11. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL Stroke end limit switch Emergency stop button +X –X +Y –Y +Z –Z +4 –4 Relay power Release switch Spark killer SK EMG Relay I/O of Power Mate i emg1 +24 *ESP Servo amplifier α series SVM (PSM) SPM emg2 +24 *ESP MCCOFF3   Note 2 MCCOFF4  External power source
  • Page 43211. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL B–63173EN/03 Brake control at emergency stop D Emergency stop signal The emergency stop signal is controlled as an input signal for the CNC (X8.4) and as an input to the power supply module (PSM) that directly shut off the motor driving power. D Brake control When an emerge
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  • Page 435B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT A EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT Number of Classification Name Figure Control unit Control unit Fig. 1 I/O I/O Card D, E Fig. 2 FSSB I/O Module Fig. 3 Setting and CRT/MDI, CRT/MDI with picture display Fig. 4 display unit LCD/MDI Fig. 5 Sepa
  • Page 436A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 1 Control unit Specification : A02B–0259–B501 Weight : 1.8kg 424
  • Page 437B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT Fig. 2 I/O Card D, E Specification : A16B–2202–0733 (DI/DO=48/32) A16B–2202–0732 (DI/DO=96/64) mm 50 mm 10 Approx. 100 mm 66.16 mm 35 50 CP61 43 155 CM51 MR50RM 88.9 mm 50 12 12 CM52 MR50RM 336 mm 88.9 mm JD1B JD1A 50 322 mm CP1 CMB3 MR50RM C
  • Page 438A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 3 FSSB I/O Module Specification : A02B–0236–C211, C212 Unit : mm 426
  • Page 439B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT Fig. 4 CRT/MDI, CRT/MDI with picture display Specification : A02B–0166–C201#R (English key) A02B–0166–C201#S (Symbolic key) A02B–0166–C221#R (English key, with picture display for 32 screen) A02B–0166–C221#S (Symbolic key, with picture displa
  • Page 440A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 5 LCD/MDI Specification : A02B–0166–C261#R (English key) A02B–0166–C261#S (Symbolic key) Stud (M4) for protective grounding Panel cut drawing Stud (M4) for protective grounding Install the unit from the outside of the cabinte. Weight : 3
  • Page 441B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT Fig. 6 Separate CRT Specification : A02B–0120–C111 184 190 244 250 4–M3 Panel cut drawing 260 2 4–ø4 5 5 250 22 220 5 200 190 5 Stad (M4) for protectiv grounding Weight : 3.5kg Unit : mm Back side Install the unit from the outside of the cabi
  • Page 442A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 7 Separate MDI, separate MDI with picture display Specification : A02B–0166–C210#R (English key) A02B–0166–C210#S (Symbolic key) A02B–0166–C231#R (English key, with picture display for 32 screen) A02B–0166–C231#S (Symbolic key, with pict
  • Page 443B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT Fig. 8 Separate PDP Specification : A02B–0200–C100 2 22 95MAX 5 200 190 30 5 250 5 260 5 130 88 CN2 CN1 Screw (M4) for protective grounding 19.5 33 17.5 23 450 Connector for CRT video signal Connector for soft key Install the unit from the We
  • Page 444Fig. 9 PANEL CUTOUT DIAGRAM Soft key connector Stud (M4) for grounding BACK SIDE Separate LCD A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT Specification : A02B–0166–C251 Stud (M4) for protective grounding 432 APPENDIX Weight : 1.6 kg Unit : mm Install the unit from the outside of the cabinte. B–63173EN/03
  • Page 445B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT Fig. 10 Detachable LCD/MDI Specification : A02B–0166–C271#R (English key) A02B–0166–C271#S (Symbolic key) Weight : 7.0 kg Unit : mm 433
  • Page 446A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 11 Handy operator’s panel Specification : A02B–0211–C020#R (English key) A02B–0211–C020#S (Symbolic key) Display LED key sheet Deadman’s switch enable switch Operator’s panel Emergency stop Deadman’s switch key sheet button Tolerance: "1
  • Page 447B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT Fig. 12 α position coder Specification : A860–0309–T302 (Max. 10000 min–1) MS connector : MS3102A–20–29P Weitht : 1 kg or less Unit : mm 435
  • Page 448A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 13 Manual pulse generator Specification : A860–0202–T001 83.5 f80.0 f55.0 50.0 30.0 M4X8.0 60.0 3 holes equally spaced on a 72 dia PULSE GENERATOR 11.0 FANUC LTD 0V 5V 5V 0V A B M3 screw terminal 120.0° Weight : 0.35kg Unit : mm 436
  • Page 449B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT Fig. 14 Manual pulse generator (Pendant type) Specification : A860–0202–T004 to T015, T020 A860–0202–T004 to T009 90 38.0 M3 screw terminal 25 140 100.0 39.0 M3 screw terminal Weight : 0.6kg Unit : mm A860–0202–T010 to T015, T020 90 38.0 M3 s
  • Page 450A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 15 Separate detector interface unit Specification : A02B–0236–C203, –C204 Unit : mm 438
  • Page 451B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT Fig. 16 Battery case for separate absolute pulse coder Specification : A06B–6050–K060 103 Minus polarity indication 4–M4 counter sinking Plus polarity indication Plus terminal with 3–M3 screw holes Minus terminal with 103 3–M3 screw holes 93
  • Page 452A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 17 Battery case for external control unit Specification : A02B–0236–C281 Main unit Cover 103 115 M4 tap 4 70 81 93 5 13.5 47 Mounting panel hole drilling Mounting hole (countersink) 145 Unit : mm Install the unit from the outside of the
  • Page 453B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT Fig. 18 Punch panel (for 1 channel) Specification : A02B–0259–C191 (Cable length: 1 m) A02B–0259–C192 (Cable length: 2 m) A02B–0259–C193 (Cable length: 5 m) Mounting hole drilling diagram Ground pin for the frame ground (M4, length: 200 mm) A
  • Page 454A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 19 Punch panel (for 2 channels) Specification : A02B–0259–C051 (Cable length : 1m) A02B–0259–C052 (Cable length : 2m) A02B–0259–C053 (Cable length : 3m) Ground pin for the frame ground (M4, length: 200 mm) Mounting hole drilling diagram
  • Page 455B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT Fig. 20 FANUC Handy File Specification : A13B–0159–B001 (English key) A13B–0159–B002 (Japanese key) Weight : 1.4kg Unit : mm 443
  • Page 456A. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF EACH UNIT APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 21 I/O Link connection unit Specification : A20B–2000–0410 (electric – optical) A20B–2000–0411 (electric – electric) A20B–2000–0412 (optical – optical) 180 10 160 30 5 90 Printed–circuit board 150 Cable Cable Components Up to 50 Outside
  • Page 457B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX CONNECTORS B EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS Fig. title Specification No. Fig. No. PCR connector (soldering type) PCR–E20FS Fig. 1 FI40 connector FI40–2015S Fig.2 Connector case (HONDA PCR type) PCR–V20LA, Fig.3 PCR–V20LB Connector case (HIROSE FI ty
  • Page 458B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 1 PCR Connector (Soldering type) Specification : A02B–0120–K301 (PCR–E20FS+PCR–V20LA) A02B–0120–K302 (PCR–E20FA+PCR–V20LA) TYPE : HONDA PCR–E20FS(SOLDERING TYPE) PCR–E20FA(CRIMP TYPE) USAGE : GENERAL INTERFACE MATING : HONDA PCR–V20LA(P
  • Page 459B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX CONNECTORS Fig. 2 FI40 Connector Specification : A02B–0120–K303 (F140–2015S+F1–20–CV) TYPE : HIROSE FI40–2015S USAGE : PULSE CODER INTERFACE LINEAR SCALE INTERFACE MPG INTERFACE MATING HOUSING : HIROSE FI–20–CV DIMENSION 16.25 15° 11.43 1.27 Note This
  • Page 460B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 3 Connector case (Honda PCR type) TYPE : HONDA PCR–V20LA (for 6 dia. cable) USAGE : GENERAL DIMENSION 9.5 21 11.4 (1) HONDA (2) 37 30 (3) (6) (5) (4) (1) (2) Case (3) Cable clamp (4) Lock bracket (5) Lock lever (6) Set screw for cable c
  • Page 461B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX CONNECTORS Fig. 4 Connector case (Hirose FI type) TYPE : HIROSE FI–20–CV (for 8 dia. cable) USAGE : PULSE CODER INTERFACE LINEAR SCALE INTERFACE MPG INTERFACE DIMENSION (1) (2) Case (3) Lock bracket (4) Lock lever (5) Cable clamp (6) Set screw for cabl
  • Page 462B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 5 Connector case (Fujitsu FCN type) TYPE : FUJITSU FCN–240C20–Y/S(for 5.8 dia. cable) USAGE : GENERAL 9.5 21 11.4 (2) F C020–02 37 30 Cable clamp Screw Lock lever Unit : mm 450
  • Page 463B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX CONNECTORS Fig. 6 Connector case (PCR type (Hirose Electric)) Unit : mm 451
  • Page 464B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 7 AMP Connector (1) type X Specification : A02B–0120–K324 (with contact AMP1–175218–5) TYPE : AMP1–178288–3 (HOUSING) USAGE : CONTROL UNIT POWER SUPPLY INPUT CRT/MDI POWER SUPPLY INPUT CP1 3 DIMENSION 2 0V CPD1 1 +24E (22.96) Circuit No
  • Page 465B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX CONNECTORS Fig. 8 AMP Connector (2) type Y Specification : A02B–0120–K323 (with contact AMP1–175218–5) TYPE : AMP2–178288–3 (HOUSING) USAGE : LCD UNIT POWER SUPPLY INPUT CP5 CONTROL UNIT POWER SUPPLY OUTPUT CP2 3 DIMENSION 2 0V 1 +24V (22.96) Circuit N
  • Page 466B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 9 Contact for AMP Connector SEPARATE : AMP1–175218–2(Gold coated) AMP1–175218–5(Tin coated) REEL : AMP1–175196–2(Gold coated) AMP1–175196–5(Tin coated) WIRE : AWG 16, 18, 20 In case of reel (21.8) A–A 2.9 "0.4 2.9 "0.5 1 3 "0.5 B–B 17.8
  • Page 467B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX CONNECTORS Fig. 10 Honda connector (Case) (2) (4) (1) (3) C (5) A (D) (B) Symbol Number of Specification A (B) C (D) terminals MR–20LMH (Plug) 39.3 44.9 39.8 17 20 MR–20LFH (Jack) MR–50LMH (Plug) 67.9 73.5 44.8 18 50 MR–50LFH (Jack) Symbol Name Outer d
  • Page 468B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 11 Honda connector (angled–type case) External dimensions of 50–pin connector Unit : mm 456
  • Page 469B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX CONNECTORS Fig. 12 Honda connector (Male) Specification : A02B–0029–K898 (20 pins, soldering type, with cover) A02B–0029–K900 (20 pins, crimp type, with cover and contact) A02B–0029–K899 (50 pins, soldering type, with cover and contact) A02B–0029–K901
  • Page 470B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 13 Honda connector (Female) Specification : A02B–0029–K890 (20 pins, soldering type, with cover) A02B–0029–K892 (20 pins, crimp type, with cover and contact) A02B–0029–K891 (50 pins, soldering type, with cover) A02B–0029–K893 (50 pins,
  • Page 471B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX CONNECTORS Fig. 14 Honda connector (Terminal layput) D MR–50MH, MRP–50M01(50–core, plug) 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 HONDA 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 D MR–50FH, MRP–5
  • Page 472B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 15 Connector made by FCI (3 pins, brown) Specification : A02B–0072–K893 (Housing, Soldering contact) 3 "0.2 5.08 19.06 32 max. 2 1 6 "0.2 7.7 30 Unit : mm Manufacturer : FCI JAPAN, LTD. Specification Name (Connector maker Remarks number
  • Page 473B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX CONNECTORS Fig. 16 Connector made by FCI (6 pins, brown) Specification : A02B–0061–K203 (Housing, Soldering contact) 6 5 5.08 38 max. 48 max. 4 3 2 1 1 7 max. 24.9 Unit : mm Manufacturer : FCI JAPAN, LTD. Specification Name (Connector maker Remarks num
  • Page 474B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 17 Punch panel connector for RS–232–C serial port Specification : A02B–0118–K895 (male, with cover) A02B–0061–K201 (female, with metal fitting for lock) H J A 53.0 D 7.8 G 10.7 B 38.3 E 12.6 H 1.2 C 47.0 F 41.3 J 0.8 A C A–A F A B cross
  • Page 475B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX CONNECTORS Fig. 19 Faston terminal Specification : A02B–0166–K330 Model : Faston terminal Purpose : For grounding for signals Applicable housing : 170604–1 manufactured by AMP (Japan), Ltd. or FVDDF2–250, type I, blue manufactured by Japan Crimp Termin
  • Page 476B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Fig. 20 Connector for hirose flat cable Specification HIROSE ELEC. CO. HIF3BA–34D–2.54R (34contacts) HIF3BA 15.6 14.4 1.27 1.27 1.09 1.27 Section A–A’ Section B–B’ ASS’Y DIAGRAM MAIN BODY PROTECTOR CRAMP A A A 6.0 2.54 A A’ B D 3.6 6.0 6.0 1
  • Page 477C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX AND CABLES C 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES 465
  • Page 478C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 C.1 BOARD–MOUNTED CONNECTORS C.1.1 Models: PCR–EV20MDT (Honda Tsushin) Vertical–type 52618–2011 (Molex Japan) Connectors These board–mounted connectors have been specially developed to achieve the high packing density required for FANUC
  • Page 479C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX AND CABLES C.2 Cable–side connectors consist of a connector main body and housing. The models listed below are available. Those connectors not marked with CABLE–SIDE an asterisk are currently being mass–produced as manufacturer’s standard CONNECTO
  • Page 480C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Supplementary D Strand wire press–mount connector: description of With this connector, #28AWG wires are press–connected to each pin cable–side connectors at the same time. The cost of producing a cable/connector assembly with this conne
  • Page 481C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX AND CABLES C.3 RECOMMENDED CONNECTORS, APPLICABLE HOUSING, AND CABLES Table C.3 Recommended connectors, applicable housings, and cables Connector name FANUC–approved FANUC–approved Compatible cable (cable Remark referenced in the connector housing
  • Page 482C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 C.4 PRESS–MOUNT Connector FANUC– Wire forming tool Press– Remark model approved mounting TYPE CONNECTOR referenced connector tool ASSEMBLY TOOLS in the Con- (manufacturer) nection AND JIGS Manual PCR– PCR–E20FA PCS–K2A FHPT–918A Low cos
  • Page 483C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX AND CABLES C.5 Machine tool builders are required to manufacture or procure the materials for the cable assemblies to be used with their products. FANUC MATERIALS FOR recommends the following materials as being suitable for interface CABLE ASSEMBL
  • Page 484C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 10–pair cable D Specifications Item Unit Specifications Product No. – A66L–0001–0284#10P Manufacturer HITACHI CABLE, LTD. OKI ELECTRIC CABLE., LTD. Rating – 60°C 30V:UL2789 80°C 30V:UL80276 Material Conductor – Stranded wire of tinned a
  • Page 485C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX AND CABLES D Cable structure The cable structure is shown below. Wire identification table (HITACHI) Insulator color Wire No. First Second wire wire 1 Twisted 1 Blue White 10 2 pair wire 2 Yellow White 5 Binding 3 Green White 9 3 tape 4 Red White
  • Page 486C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 5–core coaxial cable D Specifications Item Unit Description Specification – A66L–0001–0371 Manufacture – HITACHI CABLE CO., LTD. Manufacture’s specification – CO–IREFV(0)–CX–75–SB5X0.14SQ Number of Conductors Core 5 Inside Con- Size mm2
  • Page 487C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX AND CABLES D Cable structure The cable structure is shown below. Coaxial core (Each word within a circle indicates ÊÊ a jacket color.) red ÊÊ Thread green black ÊÊ White blue Tape Shield braid Sheath ÊÊÊ Inside conductor ÊÊÊ Insulator ÊÊÊ Outside
  • Page 488C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 12–core cable D Specifications Item Unit Specifications Product No. – A66L–0001–0286 Manufacturer – HITACHI CABLE, LTD. OKI ELECTRIC CABLE., LTD. Rating – 80_C, 30V Material Conductor,braid–shielded – Strand wire of tinned annealed wire
  • Page 489C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX AND CABLES D Markings on cable D Name or symbol of the manufacturer D Manufacturing year D Cable structure The cable structure is shown below. Drain wire Red 0.18–mm2 twisted pair wire 7 6 White 1 Red Black 0.5–mm2 insulated wire Red Binding tape
  • Page 490C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 D Specifications Item Specification FANUC specification number A66L–0001–0402 A66L–0001–0403 Manufacturer Oki Electric Cable Co., Ltd. A–conductor B–conductor A–conductor B–conductor Conductor Constitution 16/0.12 3/22/0.12 16/0.12 7/16
  • Page 491C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX AND CABLES Item Specification FANUC specification number A66L–0001–0402 A66L–0001–0403 Manufacturer Oki Electric Cable Co., Ltd. A–conductor B–conductor A–conductor B–conductor Finished Rating 80_C 30V assembly performance Standard Shall comply wi
  • Page 492D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 D OPTICAL FIBER CABLE This section describes the specifications and notes of the optical fiber cables for the following interfaces. (1) Serial spindle interface (for internal lines) (2) I/O Link interface (for exchange lines) (3) High–speed serial bus (HS
  • Page 493B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE Flame resistance: Equivalent to UL VW–1 Operating temperature: –20 to 70°C Unit: mm 8.2 6.7 19 max. 150 typ. 35 typ. 21 Fiber code Bush Reinforced cover Fig. D (b) External dimensions of external cable Table D (a) Standard cable length Internal cord type
  • Page 494D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 D Use an external cable in locations where sparks or flame are a danger. Although the internal cord type cable (A66L–6001–0023#~) is covered by nonflammable resin, the cover, if exposed to frame for a long time, may melt, allowing the fiber cable inside t
  • Page 495B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE 4. Handling precautions (1) Protection during storage When the electrical/optical conversion module mounted on the printed circuit board and the optical cable are not in use, their mating surfaces must be protected with the lid and caps with which they ar
  • Page 496D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 between the fiber cord and optical connector when installing the cable, you can hold the reinforcing cover of the connector directly and pull it. In the case of an internal cord, which does not have a reinforcing cover, apply the same protective measures,
  • Page 497B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE For an internal cord type cable: MN–1 (Kitagawa Industry Co., Ltd.) Reinforcing cover of external Optical connector Fiber cord cable or cord binding portion of internal cord type cable Bending radius of 25 mm or more (Make the bending radius as large as p
  • Page 498D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 5. Optical cable relay of FANUC I/O Link When used for the FANUC I/O Link application, optical fiber cables can be connected by using an optical cable adapter, as follows. (a) External view of an optical cable adapter 32"0.3 10.16 R1.6 6.6 8.2 21"0.5 3.2
  • Page 499B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE 6. Precautions for connection with low–loss optical junction adapter D Features of and handling precautions for low–loss optical junction adapter (A63L–0020–0004) When optical connectors for a conventional optical junction adapter (A63L–0020–0002) are joi
  • Page 500D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 7. Installing the optical cable junction adapter The optical cable junction adapter should be installed within a cabinet, as a rule. If it is impossible to avoid installing it within a cabinet, protect the adapter and the optical cable portions (such as c
  • Page 501B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE D Cleaning optical cables For the optical cables, it is important to clean the connectors at their ends. Any soiling on the optical fiber end surfaces will hamper optical transmission, resulting in a malfunction. Wipe the optical fiber end surfaces (that
  • Page 502E. INTERFACE CABLE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 E INTERFACE CABLE Cables Cable No. Name and connection Maximum length (m) J22 I/O Link cable between the JD1A1 and JD1B Electric: 10m Optical: 200m J24 Power cable between the 24 V power supply and I/O card or the I/O unit–A — J30 Power cable between the 24 V
  • Page 503B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX E. INTERFACE CABLE The following interface cables are provided. Name Application Specifications Code Length Signal cable for A02B– the I/O card or I/O PCR–E20FA or F5 0124– 1m Link K820 A03B– J22 0807– 5m K801 Cable in which ten twisted pairs are shielded all together A03B– A66
  • Page 504E. INTERFACE CABLE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Name Application Specifications Code Length Serial spindle cable PCR–E20F (electrical – electrical) A02B– J39 0166– 5m K840 10–pair cable shielded with one sleeve A66L–0001–0284#10P Position coder cable F140–2015S A02B– MS3106B20–29S 0259– K800 (Straight), J4
  • Page 505B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX E. INTERFACE CABLE Name Application Specifications Code Length +24V power cable between separate AMP JAPAN, LTD type MDI and FCI JAPAN, LTD 1–178288–3 separate type SMS6PN–5 CRT A02B– J56 0124– 0.5m K861 Built–in I/O cable A02B– HIROSE HIF3BA–34D–2.54R 0124– 0.3m K840 A02B– J86
  • Page 506F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 F MEMORY CARD INTERFACE 494
  • Page 507B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE F.1 Power Mate i MAIN BODY Overview The memory card interface at the front of the main unit can be used for data input/output to and from the Power Mate. This appendix describes the specifications of the usable memory cards and provides notes on their u
  • Page 508F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Memory card capacity The capacity of a memory card is usually represented as that when the card is unformatted. After the card is formatted, the actually usable capacity will be slightly less. Thus, the capacity of the memory card to be used must be gre
  • Page 509B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE Names and functions of components Write protect switch Battery case Name Function 1 Write protect Writing to the memory card can be disabled by setting the switch write protect switch. Writing is enabled. Writing is disabled. 2 Battery case A battery fo
  • Page 510F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 Battery holder replacement 1) By replacing the battery holder, the user can use SRAM memory cards that used the previous batteries (CR2325 and BR2325) with the new battery (CR2025). 2) The battery holder set for CR2025 is available from shops handling F
  • Page 511B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE ATA card 1. Overview The PCMCIA card interface of FANUC Power Mate i–D/H allows data input/output via a flash ATA card (operating on 5 V). The flash ATA card has the advantage that data can be input and output with a personal computer including the PCMC
  • Page 512F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 1) When a flash ATA card is used for data input/output (for data saving and restoration) Manufacturer Model number Capacity Remarks Hitachi, Ltd. HB286008A3 8MB Production discontinued HB286015A3 15MB HB286030A3 30MB HB286045A3 45MB HB289016A4 16MB Unde
  • Page 513B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE 5 Support of operations in each function 5–1 Support in the boot system function SRAM memory Flash memory System monitor menu function Operation Flash ATA card card card 1. SYSTEM DATA LOADING Note 2) File listing Ę Ę Ę File read Ę Ę Ę 4. SYSTEM DATA SA
  • Page 514F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 NOTE 1 Flash ATA cards are formatted in the quick format mode (the file allocation table and directory information in the root directory are cleared). For an unformatted flash ATA card, format it with a personal computer. 2 Files on a memory card that c
  • Page 515B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE F.2 LCD WITH A TOUCH PANEL 1. Overview With the PCMCIA card interface of the LCD with a touch panel that supports the display link, some types of SRAM memory cards and flash ATA cards can be used. Files such as CNC parameter files, offset data files, an
  • Page 516F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 3–5 Conditions of cards usable with the LCD with a touch panel that supports the display link S The memory map mode must be supported. S Variable waits must not occur. S The address access time must be 250 ns or less. 4 Cards of which operation has been
  • Page 517B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE 5 Support of each function When 7 is set in parameter No. 20, and [Punch] or [Read] operation is performed on each screen, the following data can be input or output via the PCMCIA card interface of the LCD with a touch panel: Data to be input/output Scr
  • Page 518F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 NOTE 1 Flash ATA cards are formatted in the quick format mode (the file allocation table and directory information in the root directory are cleared). For an unformatted flash ATA card, format it with a personal computer. 2 Files on a memory card that c
  • Page 519B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX G. CONNECTING TWO CRT/MDI UNITS G CONNECTING TWO CRT/MDI UNITS 507
  • Page 520G. CONNECTING TWO CRT/MDI UNITS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 G.1 A single Power Mate i product can be used to switch between and control two CRT/MDI units. OVERVIEW It is also possible to use multiple Power Mate i products to switch between and control two CRT/MDI units over a display link. The user can al
  • Page 521B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX G. CONNECTING TWO CRT/MDI UNITS G.2 CONNECTION CRT/MDI#1 Power CRT control CRT/MDI Mate i PC board selection circuit DC24V CK1 J45, J149 0.8A J142 JD41 JD13 DC24V M3A CN1 0.1A CN2 DC24V CCXA J150 0.2A J53 JA1 CCXS JA2 J148 M3S M3B J149 CRT/MDI#2 24–VDC J30 CPD1 power supply CCX
  • Page 522G. CONNECTING TWO CRT/MDI UNITS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 6) Cable J148 Key signal cable connected between JA2 on the CRT control PC board and M3S on the CRT/MDI selection circuit. CRT control PC board CRT/MDI selection circuit NOTE) Pins 18 to 20 are not switchable. Cable connection (J148) The maximum
  • Page 523B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX G. CONNECTING TWO CRT/MDI UNITS 7) Cable J149 Key signal cable connected between CK1 on the CRT/MDI and M3A or M3B on the CRT/MDI selection circuit. CRT/MDI selection circuit NOTE) Pins 18 to 20 are not switchable. Cable connection (J149) The maximum allowed total length of J14
  • Page 524G. CONNECTING TWO CRT/MDI UNITS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 8) Cable J150 Video signal cable connected between CCXA or CCXB on the CRT/MDI selection circuit and CN1 on the CRT/MDI. CRT/MDI selection circuit Cable connection (J150) The maximum allowed total length of J150 and J53 is 50 m. Shield Recommende
  • Page 525B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX G. CONNECTING TWO CRT/MDI UNITS 9) Cable J151 Power cord connected to CN2 on the CRT/MDI Japan FCI SMS6PN–5 (housing) Japan FCI RC16M–SCT3 External power supply (contact) 24–VDC power supply (stabilized power supply) 24 VDC "10%, 0.8 A per power supply Cable connection (J151) R
  • Page 526G. CONNECTING TWO CRT/MDI UNITS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 10) Cable J152 Signal selection cable connected between the CRT/MDI selection switch and SW on the CRT/MDI selection circuit. CRT/MDI selection circuit CRT/MDI selection switch Cable connection (J152) Contact or Recommended wire: At least 30/0.18
  • Page 527B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX G. CONNECTING TWO CRT/MDI UNITS G.3 Part No.: A20B–1003–0770 SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CRT/MDI SELECTION CIRCUIT External view About 110 Unit: mm NOTE Make sure that the CRT/MDI selection circuit is not inclined by 30° or more from the vertical line. 515
  • Page 528G. CONNECTING TWO CRT/MDI UNITS APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 G.4 Part No.: A20B–2000–0840 SPECIFICATIONS OF This PC board is usually mounted at the back of the CRT/MDI, LCD/MDI, or separate MDI. THE CRT CONTROL Brackets are not provided. When installing this PC board in the cabinet, PC BOARD insert studs (
  • Page 529B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX G. CONNECTING TWO CRT/MDI UNITS G.5 1) Only the CRT/MDI selected by the selection switch can be used. The other non–selected CRT/MDI does not display anything, nor does it SUPPLEMENT accept anything from the MDI. 2) For the CRT/MDI, see Section 8.1. 3) For the separate CRT and
  • Page 530H. SHARING THE CRT/MDI WITH ANOTHER CNC APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 H SHARING THE CRT/MDI WITH ANOTHER CNC 518
  • Page 531H. SHARING THE CRT/MDI WITH B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX ANOTHER CNC H.1 A single 9–inch small monochrome CRT/MDI can be shared by the Power Mate i and FANUC series 16, 18, or 21. It is also possible to use OVERVIEW a display link to switch a single CRT/MDI between multiple Power Mate i products and the FA
  • Page 532H. SHARING THE CRT/MDI WITH ANOTHER CNC APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 H.2 CONNECTION Power CRT control CRT/MDI Mate i PC board J45, J142 J56 JD41 JD13 JD12 CN2 CRT/MDI selection circuit J136 Power Mate JD47 JA1 JA1A selection JN1 switch J72 JA2 JA2A J145 CPD1 CP5OUT J53 JA1S CN1 Power Mate/NC J154 selection
  • Page 533H. SHARING THE CRT/MDI WITH B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX ANOTHER CNC 7) Cable J72 Key signal cable connected between JA2A on the CRT/MDI selection circuit and JA2 on the CRT control PC board, between JA2B on the CRT/MDI selection circuit and JA2 on the FANUC series 16, 18, 21, or between the JA2S on the CR
  • Page 534H. SHARING THE CRT/MDI WITH ANOTHER CNC APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 8) Cable J153 Power cord connected between CP5 on the FANUC series 16, 18, or 21 and CP5IN on the CRT/MDI selection circuit. CRT/MDI selection circuit Japan AMP 2–178288–3 (housing) 1–175218–5 (contact) Cable connection (J153) Recommended
  • Page 535H. SHARING THE CRT/MDI WITH B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX ANOTHER CNC 9) Cable J154 Selection signal cable connected between the Power Mate/NC selection switch and SW on the CRT/MDI selection circuit. CRT/MDI selection circuit PCR–E20FS or PCR–E20FA housing PCR–V20LA Power Mate/NC selection switch Cable con
  • Page 536H. SHARING THE CRT/MDI WITH ANOTHER CNC APPENDIX B–63173EN/03 H.3 Part No.: A02B–0120–C170 SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CRT/MDI SELECTION CIRCUIT External view About 90 H.4 See Section G.4. SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CRT CONTROL PC BOARD 524
  • Page 537H. SHARING THE CRT/MDI WITH B–63173EN/03 APPENDIX ANOTHER CNC H.5 1) Combine the separate LCD (A02B–0166–C251) and separate MDI (A02B–0120–C121#MAR). WHEN USING THE 2) The CRT control PC board used together with the LCD/MDI is that LCD/MDI having part number A20B–2000–0843. Its external dimensions a
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  • Page 539B–63173EN/03 Index ƠSymbolsơ Connecting the ground for signal of the control unit, 19 Connecting the power, 198 a series spindle amplifier interface (serial spindle), 337 Connecting two CRT/MDI units, 507 Connecting with I/O modules, 178 Connection, 187, 207, 210, 217, 221, 223, 226, 335, 392, 400,
  • Page 540INDEX B–63173EN/03 Connection using the video and MDI signals, 279 ƠEơ Connection when a setup/display device using the display link interface is always connected, 403 Emergency stop, 287, 302 Emergency stop signal, 415 Connection when a setup/display device using the display link interface is not u
  • Page 541B–63173EN/03 INDEX Interface cable, 490 Outside dimensions, 330 Interface of the external pulse generator (for Power Mate i–H), Overall connection diagram, 137, 154 394 ƠPơ ƠKơ PANEL i, 208 Keeping the handy operator’s panel connected at all times, 298 Parameter setting, 360 Keyboard, 241 Position c
  • Page 542INDEX B–63173EN/03 Specifications of the CRT control PC board, 516, 524 Touch panel, 314 Specifications of the CRT/MDI selection circuit, 515, 524 Turning OFF/ON the power to the Power Mate i only, 43 Spindle interface, 336 Structure of FANUC I/O Unit–MODEL A, 170 Supplementary, 284 ƠVơ Switch A, 30
  • Page 543Revision Record FANUC Power Mate i–MODEL D/H CONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE) (B–63173EN) D Addition of following items - 8.6 Detachable LCD/MDI type B - 8.8 Connection to the handy operator’s panel type B - 9.5 Analog servo interface unit 03 Jan., 2002 - 10.5 Connection to a commercially available touc
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  • Page 545TECHNICAL REPORT NO.TMN01/141E Date Dec. , 2001 General Manager of Hardware Development Center FANUC Power Mate i-MODEL D/H Connection MANUAL (Hardware) The connection of DPL/MDI 1. Communicate this report to :  Your information  GE Fanuc-N, GE Fanuc-E FANUC Robotics MILACRON  Machine tool builde
  • Page 546FANUC Power Mate i-MODEL D/H Connection MANUAL Hardware  The connection of DPL/MDI 1. Type of applied technical documents Name FANUC Power Mate i-MODEL D/H Connection MANUAL Hardware  Spec. No. / B-63173EN/03 Version 2. Summary of change Group Name / Outline New, Add., Applicable Correct, Date
  • Page 547Section 8.10 is added the connection manual of FANUC Power Mate i-MODEL D/H. 8.10 The connection of the DPL/MDI 8.10.1 Outline The dust-proof DPL/MDI is available for Power Mate i-D/H. The DPL/MDI adapter or suitable things are necessary to connect with the DPL/MDI. The connection tap of DPL/MDI sho
  • Page 5488.10.3 The connection detail of the cable J161 FANUC Power Mate i-MODEL D/H Cabinet JD40 Terminal connector (PCR-EV20MDT) Connector: FI40-2015S (15 pin D-SUB) 1 RXD 11 case: FI-20-CV 1 0V 9 2 *RXD 12 0V 2 10 RXD 3 TXD 13 3 11 *RXD 4 *TXD 14 0V J161 4 *ATCH 12 TXD 5 RTS 15 5 +5V 13 *TXD  *RTS 16 0V
  • Page 5498.10.4 Cable J6 Please select the cable J6 from the followings. The other cables are not available. The length of cable Specification Resistance of the cable 2m A02B-0118-K820 0.37 7m A02B-0118-K821 1.3 14m A02B-0118-K822 2.6 8.10.5 Restriction of cable length Max length of the cable is 40 meter.