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Contents Summary of SERIES 15-150 MODEL B Connection manual

  • Page 1GE Fanuc Automation Computer Numerical Control Products Series 15 / 150 – Model B Connection Manual (Hardware) B-62073E/04 November 1998
  • Page 2GFL-001 Warnings, Cautions, and Notes as Used in this Publication Warning Warning notices are used in this publication to emphasize that hazardous voltages, currents, temperatures, or other conditions that could cause personal injury exist in this equipment or may be associated with its use. In situ
  • Page 3B–62073E/04 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, suppleme
  • Page 4B–62073E/04 Table of Contents DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s–1 1. GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2. CONFIGURATION . .
  • Page 5TABLE OF CONTENTS B–62073E/04 4.2 CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR SERIES 15–TB/TTB/MB/TFB/TTFB/MFB, SERIES 150–TB/MB/TTB (IN CASE OF ANALOG SPINDLE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 4.3 CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR SERIES 15–MB OR SERIES 150–MB (IN CASE OF MULTIPLE AXIS) . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 6B–62073E/04 TABLE OF CONTENTS 6.3.9 Digital Input/Output Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 6.3.10 Correspondence between I/O Signals and Addresses in a Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 6.3.11 Number of I
  • Page 7TABLE OF CONTENTS B–62073E/04 7.3 MANUAL PULSE GENERATOR INTERFACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 238 7.4 REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE (RS–232–C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 240 7.5 REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE
  • Page 8B–62073E/04 1. GENERAL 1 GENERAL Contents of this manual This manual describes the electrical and structural specifications required for connecting the CNC control units, FANUC Series 15–MODEL B/Series 150–MODEL B, with a machine tool, and covers the equipment shown in the configuration diagram in C
  • Page 91. GENERAL B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS This chapter describes the connection of the CNC to peripherals. APPENDIX This appendix contains an explanation of the CNC control unit, external dimensions of the display apparatus and details on the 20–pin interface connectors and cables. App
  • Page 10B–62073E/04 1. GENERAL Manuals related to Manuals related to FANUC Series 15/150–MODEL B are as follows. Series 15/150–MODEL B This manual is marked with an asterisk (*). List of manuals related to Series 15/150–MODEL B Specification Manual Name Number FANUC Series 15–TB/TFB/TTB/TTFB DESCRIPTIONS B–
  • Page 112. CONFIGURATION B–62073E/04 2 CONFIGURATION The following figure (see next page) shows the configuration of the electrical system of the machine tool with which the Series 15–B is used. This manual describes how to connect the units illustrated in this diagram. The machine tool body, machine operat
  • Page 12B–62073E/04 2. CONFIGURATION (6.4, 6.5, 6.6) (6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.7) (7.10) (7.9) NOTE 1 Refer to the “FANUC I/O Unit–Model A Connecting Maintenance Manual (B–61813E).” or the “FANUC I/O Unit–Model B Connecting Manual (B–62163E).” 2 Refer to the “FANUC AC Servo Motor α series Descriptions (B–65142E).”
  • Page 133. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 3 INSTALLATION 6
  • Page 14B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION 3.1 ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS 3.1.1 The peripheral units, such as the control unit and CRT/MDI, have been Cabinet Exterior designed on the assumption that they are housed in closed cabinets. In this manual “cabinet” refers to the following: Environmental (1) Cabinet manu
  • Page 153. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 3.1.2 Installation Conditions Ambient In operation: 0 to 55°C of the CNC Inside temperature (when a PCB with internal hard disk is not mounted) In operation: 5 to 50°C Cabinet and Servo Unit (when a PCB with internal hard disk is mounted) In storage and transportation: –2
  • Page 16B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION 3.2 The power capacity of the CNC control unit, which in this section means the specification required for the power supply, is obtained by adding the POWER CAPACITY power capacity of the control section and the power capacity of the servo section. The power capacity of t
  • Page 173. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 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 CABINET DESIGN CRT screen, noise resistance, and maintenance requirements must be AND INSTALLATION considered. The cabinet
  • Page 18B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION (9) 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 dis
  • Page 193. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 NOTE When a PCB with built–in hard disk is used, erroneous operation or unexpected accidents may damage the data stored on the hard disk even if the PCB is used under the correct environment. To be extra sure, back up important data from the hard disk. If the power is tur
  • Page 20B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION 3.4 The purpose of the thermal design of the cabinet is to limit the difference in temperature between the air in the cabinet and the outside air to 10°C THERMAL DESIGN or less when the temperature in the cabinet increases. OF THE CABINET The internal air temperature of t
  • Page 213. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 6 W/m2/°C 4 m2) 9.1 W/°C+ 33.1 W/°C The calculated value verifies that even if the internal heat is 320 W, the temperature rise can be limited to less than 10°C. See Section 3.5 for installing the heat exchanger. 3.4.3 Heat Loss of Each Unit Heat Name Remarks loss Control
  • Page 22B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION Heat Name Remarks loss Connection unit Connection unit 1 35W Connection unit 1+2 60W Operator’s Operator’s panel connection unit 30W panel I/O unit AIF01A, AIF01B 1.2W model A AID32A, AID32B 1.2W) 0.23W number of ON points AID16A, AID16B 0.1W) 0.21W number of ON points AI
  • Page 233. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 3.5 Table 3.5 lists the heat exchangers. Cooling fins A, B and C are not provided with a fan. Note that a fan motor INSTALLING THE is required for any of these cooling fins when it is used as a heat exchanger. HEAT EXCHANGER Table 3.5 List of heat exchangers Ordering Cool
  • Page 24B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION Cabinet Cooling fin Inside air flow Outside air flow Fig. 3.5.1 (b) Internal view of cooling fin The cooling fin can be installed in two ways, as shown in Fig. 3.5.1 (b). The following lists the general precautions to be observed when using the cooling fins : 1) The fans
  • Page 253. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 External dimensions Fan mounting plate Terminal block for fan motor G–04 (Attached to the cooling fins. Cooling fins Mounting metals Its height is 20 for cooling fins mm) 4–M4 Mounting screw Fan motor Mounting metal for cooling fins 4–M4 Mounting metal Mounting screw Moun
  • Page 26B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION External dimensions Mounting stud for cooling fins (2 studs are attached top and bottom) Mounting hole for fan motor Fan motor Cooling fins 6–6 dia. Mounting hole Mounting Mounting hole plate for fan for fan motor motor 4–M4 Terminal block for fan motor G–04 Door (Attache
  • Page 273. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 External dimensions Mounting stud for cooling fins (Attached to the cooling fins) Mounting plate for fan motor Terminal block for fan motor G–04 Cooling fins (Attached to the cooling Fan motor fins.Its height is 20 mm) 6–M4 8–6 dia. Mounting hole Mounting Mounting hole fo
  • Page 28B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION 3.5.2 Heat Exchanger for CRT/MDI Unit hole Lot No. Weight: 0.65 kg External Dimensions of External Dimensions of External Finger Guard Cooling Fan Air inlet Packing Power terminal M4 screw AC200 V 50 Hz AC200 V/220 V 60 Hz 48 W Air outlet Cooling fin: About 6 kg Connector
  • Page 293. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 Heat exchanger Outside Inside Air outlet Air outlet Main body of heat exchanger (1) Air inlet Prepare mounting screws and mount- ing panel. External cooling fan (attached) Finger guard (attached) (1) Use M5 screws to mount the heat exchanger. (2) Be careful with air flow
  • Page 30B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION Horizontal type CRT/MDI Horizontal type CRT/MDI only and machine operator’s panel Vertical type CRT/MDI only Inside Outside Side view CRT/MDI Heat exchanger Min Min Min 370 35 370 35 35 370 Top view Refer to these figures for allocation of CRT/MDI and heat exchanger. Fig.
  • Page 313. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 3.5.3 The Heat Pipe Type Heat Exchanger 3.5.3.1 The heat pipe type heat exchanger is used for cooling the airtight cabinet Installation of small sized electronic devices. It is a compact, lightweight, and heat–efficient unit. Because the fan is built–in, it is used simply
  • Page 32B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION (2) External dimensions Power source AIR FLOW terminal M4 External fan unit Earth terminal M4 Internal fan unit AIR FLOW (Installation board thickness) Fig. 3.5.3.1 (a) External dimensions diagram of heat pipe type heat transformer 25
  • Page 333. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 (3) Panel cut dimensions 180 2.5 190 HOLE 187.5 175 190 3–f 5 6–f 6 or stud welder (M4) 214 Fig. 3.5.3.1 (b) External dimensions diagram of panel cut (4) Installation method Please install the heater exchanger by the following sequence: Heat exchanger main unit Fan power
  • Page 34B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION (a) Take out the external fan unit from the heat exchanger main unit. (Fig. 1) Detach the external fan unit installation screws A (2 pieces), take out the unit from the main unit by sliding it down, and detach the earth cable and the power cable to the fan. Also detach th
  • Page 353. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 (c) Protect the filter from silting due to dust by blowing air on both sides. (d) When dirt is conspicuous, press wash with a neutral detergent, rinse with clean water, and allow to dry naturally. When replacing, replace with the same product. (e) To install, insert the f
  • Page 36B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION (ii)Cleaning heat exchanger fan Detach the heat exchanger from the unit and either blow off with air, wipe off with a dry cloth, or brush the accumulated dirt, condensation, etc. When the dirt is especially severe (1) Detach the internal fan unit, the terminal unit, and t
  • Page 373. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 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 noise
  • Page 38B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION Group Signal line Action C Cable between the CNC and Bind the cables in group C servo amplifier separately from group A or cover group C with an Cable for position and velocity electromagnetic shield. feedback Cable between the CNC and spindle amplifier Separate group C a
  • Page 393. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 Signal ground system Frame ground system System ground system Power Servo CNC magnetics amplifier control unit unit Operator’s panel Machine tool Power magnetics cabinet Distribution board WARNING Notes on connecting the ground systems D Connect the signal ground with the
  • Page 40B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION 3.6.3 (a) Control unit Grounding Each Unit Control unit PCB Signal ground (SG) SG M4 (Only thread hole) M3 M3 (With thread) Ground cable Wire with a sectional area 2 mm2 or more Ground cable Ground plate of System ground the cabinet Connect the 0 V line of the electronic
  • Page 413. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 (b) CRT unit (Rear side) M5 stud f 14″CRT (Rear side) M4 stud f 9″ PDP 9″ CRT 9.5″ LCD 10.4″ LCD (c) Connection unit 1/2 f× M4 screw (d) Operator’s panel connection unit f× Ground install board 34
  • Page 42B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION (e) Tape raeder unit (Rear side) (Rear side) M5 stud f M5 stud f Tape reader with reel Tape reader without reel (f) I/O Unit model A Ground the terminals for (ABU05A, ABU05B, ABU10A, ABU10B) ABU05A, ABU10A ABU05B, ABU10B M4 terminal for ground M3 terminal for ground (SG)
  • Page 433. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 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 distur
  • Page 44B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION 3.6.5 The CNC cables that require shielding should be clamped by the method Cable Clamp and shown below. This cable clamp treatment is for both cable support and proper grounding of the shield. To insure stable CNC system operation, Shield Processing follow this cable cla
  • Page 453. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 Machine side installation board Control Rack Ground plate Metal fittings 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 metal fitting clamp Mount screw hole Fig. 3.6.5 (c)
  • Page 46B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION 8mm Ground plate 12mm 20mm Fig. 3.6.5 (d) Ground plate holes Ground plate (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–011
  • Page 473. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 3.7 CONTROL UNIT 3.7.1 Printed circuit boards used for control of Series 15–B is mounted in a rack Configuration and equipped with several slots. Installation of the Control Unit ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ Option board
  • Page 48B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ Option board Option board ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ Option board ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ Option 1 board ÃÃÃÃ Sub CPU board ÃÃÃÃ Main CPU board ÃÃÃÃ PMC board ÃÃÃÃ Power supply unit Option board Graphic dis- SUB CPU Ã CNC CPU PMC C
  • Page 493. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ AXES CPU board ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ Buffer board ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ AXES CPU board ÃÃÃÃ Power supplyy unit ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ AXES CPU Buffer AXES CPU ON/OFF control 4–axis control 4–axis control Power spindle ( 2) spindle ( 2) supply unit Near zero Near zero MPG 3 AI or BI ÃÃ Ã
  • Page 50B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION AIR FLOW AIR FLOW unit [mm] 50 250 50 30 172 Fig. 3.7.1 (d) 43
  • Page 513. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 3.7.2 Battery for Memory Backup ÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃ WARNING The part program, offset data and system parameters are stored in the CMOS memory of the control unit and they are retained even while the main power is cut off. The power of the memory is backed up by a lithium
  • Page 52B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION 3.7.3 Replacing the Battery ÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃ WARNING Before you replace the battery, turn the machine tool (CNC) ON and make an emergency stop. Replacing the battery involves opening the cabinet with the power still ON. So, only personnel trained in maintenance and sa
  • Page 533. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 (4) Remove the connector from the battery. BATTERY Cable connector PC board connector Battery Front panel of hte power supply unit Fig. 3.7.3 (b) Replacing the battery (2) (5) Replace the battery and reconnect the connector. (6) Install the battery case. (7) Turn off the
  • Page 54B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION 3.8 CABLE LEAD–IN DIAGRAM 3.8.1 Configuration of Control Unit Connectors unit [mm] Power supply unit Fig. 3.8.1 (a) (1) Above diagram shows the grid of connector location. Control board may not have all connectors as shown above. For actual connector layout of each board,
  • Page 553. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 (2) For the power supply unit, please see Fig. 3.8.1 (b–1) and (b–2). Minislot unit [mm] Fig. 3.8.1 (b–1) Power unit connector layout For power unit A02B–0162–H101 and –H102 48
  • Page 56B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION unit [mm] Fig. 3.8.1 (b–2) Power unit connector layout For power unit A02B–0162–H107 and –H108 49
  • Page 573. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 UPPER LINE LOWER LINE FUNCTION MARKING MARKING LED INDICATORS POS. MEMORY CARD I/F SERIAL I/O LINK IOLINK JD1A Fig. 3.8.1 (c) PMC board 50
  • Page 58B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION UPPER LINE LOWER LINE FUNCTION MARKING MARKING LED INDICATORS POS. CRT DISPLAY MDI SERIAL PORT 1 SERIAL PORT 2 MPG HIGH SPEED DI–1 SERIAL SPINDLE 1 SPDL-1 JA7A ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ (POSITION CODER–1) ANALOG OUT APC BATTERY ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ APCBAT JA4A SERVO AMP 1 SERVO AMP 2 SERVO AMP 3
  • Page 593. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 UPPER LINE LOWER LINE FUNCTION MARKING MARKING LED INDICATORS POS. SERIAL PORT 9 SERIAL PORT 4 HIGH SPEED DI–2 ANALOG INPUT POSITION CODER–2 ANALOG OUT–2 APC BATTERY SERVO AMP 5 SERVO AMP 6 SERVO AMP 7 SERVO AMP 8 PULSE CODER 5 PULSE CODER 6 PULSE CODER 7 PULSE CODER 8 LI
  • Page 60B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION UPPER LINE LOWER LINE FUNCTION MARKING MARKING LED INDICATORS POS. CRT DISPLAY RS232C PORT3 RS422 PORT1 With only With graphic With only graphic function and communication function communication function function Fig. 3.8.1 (f) Option 1 board NOTE The communication functi
  • Page 613. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 UPPER LINE LOWER LINE FUNCTION MARKING MARKING LEDs POS. Hard disk interface Floppy disk interface Graphic bus Keyboard interface RS–422 interface Centronics interface RS–232C interface, channel 1 RS–232C interface, channel 2 Fig. 3.8.1 (g) MMC–II CPU board NOTE The MMC–I
  • Page 62B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION UPPER LINE LOWER LINE FUNCTION MARKING MARKING LEDs POS. Graphic bus CRT interface Not used Fig. 3.8.1 (h) MMC–II graphic board 55
  • Page 633. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 UPPER LINE LOWER LINE FUNCTION MARKING MARKING LEDs POS. VIDEO output (CNC side) Video input Serial port 6 Serial port 7 Serial port 8 Fig. 3.8.1 (i) MMC–III CPU board 56
  • Page 64B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION UPPER LINE LOWER LINE FUNCTION MARKING MARKING LEDs POS. CRT I/F MDI I/F Serial bort 1 Serial bort 2 Manual pulse generator I/F High DI I/F Battery backup for board replacement Multiple axis–Bus Fig. 3.8.1 (j) Multiple main CPU board 57
  • Page 653. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 UPPER LINE LOWER LINE FUNCTION MARKING MARKING LEDs POS. Serial port 9 Serial port 4 High speed DI I/F Analog input Fig. 3.8.1 (k) Multiple SUB CPU board 58
  • Page 66B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION UPPER LINE LOWER LINE FUNCTION MARKING MARKING LEDs POS. Operation check input 1 Operation check input 2 Operation check input 3 Operation check input 4 Near zero input Serial spindle 2 Analog spindle 2 APC Battery Servo amplifier 1 Servo amplifier 2 Servo amplifier 3 Ser
  • Page 673. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 UPPER LINE LOWER LINE FUNCTION MARKING MARKING LEDs POS. Multiple axis–Bus Fig. 3.8.1 (m) Multiple buffer board 60
  • Page 68B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃ ÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ UPPER LINE LOWER LINE ÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ FUNCTION MARKING MARKING ÃÃ Ã Ã ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃ Ã Ã ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ LEDs STATUS/ALARM ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ POS. 1 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 2 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 3 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 4 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 5 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 6 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 7 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 8 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 9 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 10 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 11 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 12
  • Page 693. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ UPPER LINE LOWER LINE ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃ FUNCTION MARKING MARKING ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ Ã Ã Ã ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ Ã Ã LEDs STATUS/ALARM ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ POS. 1 2 ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃ NC Video signal input NC CRT JA1B ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃ 3 Video signal
  • Page 70B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃ UPPER LINE LOWER LINE ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃ FUNCTION MARKING MARKING ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ Ã Ã LEDs STATUS/ALARM ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ POS. 1 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 2 Fuse F1 2.0A ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 3 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 4 ÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 5 6 ÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 10BASE2 I/F 10BASE2 CNX ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ
  • Page 713. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ UPPER LINE LOWER LINE ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃ FUNCTION MARKING MARKING ÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃ Ã Ã Ã ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ Ã Ã ÃÃ LEDs STATUS/ALARM ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃ ÃÃ ÃÃ POS. 1 Fuse F1 2.0A ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃ 2 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 3 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃ ÃÃÃ 4 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃ 5 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃ ÃÃÃ 6 ÃÃÃÃ
  • Page 72B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ UPPER LINE LOWER LINE ÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ FUNCTION MARKING MARKING ÃÃ ÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ Ã Ã ÃÃ ÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ Ã ÃÃ LEDs STATUS/ALARM ÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ POS.1 ÃÃ ÃÃ ÃÃ Fuse F1 2.0A ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 2 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 3 ÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 4 ÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃ 5 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ 6 ÃÃ Ether
  • Page 733. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 UPPER LINE LOWER LINE LEFT LINE RIGHT LINE FUNCTION MARKING MARKING MARKING MARKING LEDs STATUS Rotary switch SW LEDs AL 21 High–speed serial bus interface HSSB COP7 Mini slot interface JNAM Fig. 3.8.1 (s) HSSB interface board 66
  • Page 74B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION 3.8.2 Cable Lead–in for Stand–alone Cabinet A 67
  • Page 753. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 3.8.3 Cable Lead–in for Stand–alone Cabinet B 68
  • Page 76B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION 3.8.4 Cable Lead–in for Additional Cabinet A 69
  • Page 773. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 3.9 MAINTENANCE AREA 3.9.1 Maintenance Area for Self–standing A Type Cabinet About About 130° 70
  • Page 78B–62073E/04 3. INSTALLATION 3.9.2 Maintenance Area for Self–standing B Type Cabinet About ÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃ About 130° 71
  • Page 793. INSTALLATION B–62073E/04 3.9.3 Maintenance Area for Additional Cabinet A About About 72
  • Page 80B–62073E/04 4. TOTAL CONNECTION 4 TOTAL CONNECTION 73
  • Page 814. TOTAL CONNECTION B–62073E/04 4.1 CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR SERIES 15–TB/TTB/MB/TFB/ TTFB/MFB, SERIES 150–TB/MB/TTB (IN CASE OF SERIAL SPINDLE) 4.1.1 Connection Diagram for Series 15–TB/TTB/MB/TFB/ TTFB/MFB, Series 150–TB/MB/TTB (When LCD/MDI Unit with Built–in Graphic Functions is not Used) 74
  • Page 82B–62073E/04 4. TOTAL CONNECTION Power supply AC–IN(CP1) ÑÑ Ñ Ñ ÑÑ AC200V–240V POWER AC–OUT(CP2) Ñ ÑÑ AC–OUT(CP3) ÑÑ ÑÑ ÎÎ ON/OFF ÑÑ ÑÑ ON/OFF(CP4) CN2 CRT/MDI Ñ ÑÑ +24V(CP5) +24E(CP6) +24V WHEN 9″ MONOCHROME CRT CN1 UNIT CNK1 PMC BOARD ÎÎÎ Î Î CP61 OP PANEL OPERATOR’S Î JD1A INTERFACE : : MEMORY PAN
  • Page 834. TOTAL CONNECTION B–62073E/04 ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ SUB BOARD Î R232–9(JD5J) Î RS–232–C Î I/O DEVICE R422–4(JD6D) RS–422 I/O DEVICE A–IN(JA6) ANALOG I/O 4 HDI–2(JA5B) HIGH SPEED DI 4 SPDL–2(JA7B) ASPDL–2(JA8B) Î ÎÎ EMERGENCY STOP APC BATTERY Î Î AC100V 5TH SERVO APCBAT(JA4B) 6V AC200V ÎÎÎ Î AMP T1 C
  • Page 84B–62073E/04 4. TOTAL CONNECTION 4.1.2 Connection Diagram for Series 15–TB/TTB/MB (When LCD/MDI Unit with Built–in Graphic Functions is Used) 77
  • Page 854. TOTAL CONNECTION B–62073E/04 POWER SUPPLY AC–IN (CP1) AC200V–240V POWER AC–OUT(CP2) AC–OUT(CP3) ON/OFF(CP4) ON/OFF JA2 +24V(CP5) CP5 LCD with +24E(CP6) JN1 graphic CNK2 MDI function CNK1 PMC BOARD Ì CP61 OP PANEL OPERA- ÏÌ Ì JD1A INTERFACE :: TOR’S MEM CARD MEMORY JD1B UNIT PANEL Ì (CNMC) CARD ÌÌ
  • Page 86B–62073E/04 4. TOTAL CONNECTION ÌÌÌ SUB BOARD R232–9(JD5J) R422–4(JD6D) ÌÌ ÌÌÌÌ RS–232–C I/O DEVICE RS–422 I/O DEVICE A–IN(JA6) ÌÌÌ ANALOG I/O 4 HDI–2 (JA5B) ÌÌÌ HIGH SPEED DI 4 ÌÌ ÌÌ SPDL–2 (JA7B) C ÌÌ O ASPDL–2 (JA8B) N EMERGENCY STOP T ÌÌÌ APC BATTERY R APCBAT 5TH AC100V ÌÌÌ 6V SERVO AMP T1 AC200
  • Page 874. TOTAL CONNECTION B–62073E/04 4.2 CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR SERIES 15–TB/TTB/MB/TFB/ TTFB/MFB, SERIES 150–TB/MB/TTB (IN CASE OF ANALOG SPINDLE) 80
  • Page 88B–62073E/04 4. TOTAL CONNECTION POWER SUPPLY ÑÑÑ AC–IN(CP1) Ñ AC200V–240V ÑÑ AC–OUT(CP2) POWER AC–OUT(CP3) ÑÑ ON/OFF(CP4) ON/OFF ÑÑ +24V(CP5) +24E(CP6) CN2 Ì CRT/MDI +24V WHEN 9″ CN1 UNIT MONOCHROME CRT CNK1 PMC BOARD Ì CP61 OP PANEL OPER- ÌÌ MEMORY Ì Ì JD1A INTERFACE :: ATOR’S ÌÌ MEM CARD CARD JD1B
  • Page 894. TOTAL CONNECTION B–62073E/04 ÌÌ SUB BOARD ÌÌ R232–9(JD5J) RS–232–C I/O DEVICE ÌÌ R422–4(JD6D) RS–422 I/O DEVICE A–IN(JA6) ÌÌ ANALOG I/O 4 HDI–2(JA5B) ÌÌ HIGH SPEED DI 4 POSITION ÌÌ CODER SPDL–2(JA7B) ANALOG INTERFACE SPINDLE ÌÌ SPINDLE MOTOR Ì C ASPDL–2(JA8B) 200VAC O ÌÌ N EMERGENCY STOP APC BATT
  • Page 90B–62073E/04 4. TOTAL CONNECTION 4.3 CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR SERIES 15–MB OR SERIES 150–MB (IN CASE OF MULTIPLE AXIS) 83
  • Page 914. TOTAL CONNECTION B–62073E/04 4.3.1 Control Unit ÑÑ ÑÑÑ 200 to ÑÑ POWER SUPPLY ÑÑÑ ÑÑÑ CPD1 INPUT 240VAC AC–IN(CP1) ÑÑ ÑÑÑ CPD2B UNIT POWER AC–OUT(CP2) CPD2A Ñ Ñ AC–OUT(CP3) ON/OFF(CP4) +24V(CP5) ÑÑ CN2 CRT/MDI ÑÑ ÒÒÒ +24V WHEN 9″ MONOCHROME CRT +24E(CP6) CN1 UNIT CNK1 ON/OFF PMC BOARD Ò Ò CP61 OP
  • Page 92B–62073E/04 4. TOTAL CONNECTION 4.3.2 Additional Cabinet (In Case of Serial Spindle Interface) ÑÑ Ñ ÑÑ Ñ Ñ ÑÑ POWER SUPPLY CPD1 INPUT ÑÑÑ AC–IN(CP1) CPD2C UNIT BUFFER BOARD ÒÒ Ò ÒÒÒ MAX BUS(JNC) To control unit (Main CPU board “JNC”) POSITION ÒÒ Ò CODER 1ST CPU BOARD α SERIES CN2 ÒÒÒ Ò ÒÒ SERIAL Ò Ò
  • Page 934. TOTAL CONNECTION B–62073E/04 NOTE Some connections in the above diagram may not be provided, depending on the system configuration. 4.3.3 Additional Cabinet (In Case of Analog Spindle Interface) 86
  • Page 94B–62073E/04 4. TOTAL CONNECTION ÑÑ Ñ POWER SUPPLY ÑÑÑ Ñ ÑÑ CPD1 INPUT T ÑÑÑ Ñ ÑÑ AC–IN(CP1) CPD2C UNIT ÒÒÒ BUFFER BOARD MAX BUS(JNC) To control unit (Main CPU board “JNC”) POSITION CODER ÒÒ Ò 1ST CPU BOARD ANALOG ÒÒÒ INTERFACE SPINDLE SPDL–1(JA7A) SPINDLE MOTOR ÒÒ Ò 200VAC ÒÒÒ ASPDL–1(JA8A) A D ÒÒ Ò
  • Page 954. TOTAL CONNECTION B–62073E/04 4.3.4 Instead of the two flat cables employed by the F15–A (used with multiaxis Connection Between machines), a 96–core cable is used to connect the control unit to the additional locker. The cable length, however, is the same as that of the the Control Unit and F15–A
  • Page 96B–62073E/04 4. TOTAL CONNECTION 4.4 CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR SERIES 15–B (IN CASE OF MMC–II) ÑÑ POWER SUPPLY Ñ Ñ AC–IN(CP1) 200–240VAC POWER SUPPLY ÑÑ AC–OUT(CP2) AC–OUT(CP3) ÑÑ ÑÑ ON/OFF(CP4) ON/OFF Ò +24V(CP5) CN2 CRT/MDI Ò CN1 UNIT CNK1 ÒÒ Main CPU BOARD MDI(JA2) PW2 HARD JD7A DISK MMC–II UNIT GRAP
  • Page 974. TOTAL CONNECTION B–62073E/04 NOTE 1 The above diagram shows the connections between the MMC–II and peripheral devices. For details of the other connections, see 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3. 2 The MMC–II CPU (A02B–0120–J202), which requires three RS–232C channels, uses JD6 as an RS–232C port. 3 The MMC–II b
  • Page 98B–62073E/04 4. TOTAL CONNECTION 4.5 CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR SERIES 15–B (IN CASE OF MMC–III) ÑÑÑ POWER SUPPLY ÑÑ Ñ AC–IN(CP1) AC200V–240V POWER AC–OUT(CP2) SUPPLY ÑÑÑ AC–OUT(CP3) ÑÑÑ ON/OFF(CP4) ON/OFF ÑÑÑ ÒÒ Ò +24V(CP5) CN2 CRT/MDI CN1 Ò ÒÒ UNIT MINI SLOT CNK1 C EXTERNAL HARD O DISK INTERFACE (Note
  • Page 994. TOTAL CONNECTION B–62073E/04 4.6 CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR MMC–IV ŠŠŠ POWER SUPPLY ŠŠ Š AC–IN (CP1) AC200V–240V POWER SUPPLY ŠŠŠ AC–OUT (CP2) AC–OUT (CP3) ŠŠŠ ON/OFF (CP4) Ì ÌÌ ON/OFF ŠŠŠ ÌÌ Ì +24V (CP5) CN2 CRT/MDI Ì ÌÌ CN1 UNIT CNK1 C ÌÌÌ O MAIN CPU BOARD N MDI (JA2) T ÌÌ Ì R O Option 1 BOARD ÌÌÌ
  • Page 100B–62073E/04 4. TOTAL CONNECTION NOTE 1 The above diagram shows the connections between the MMC–IV and peripheral devices. For details of the other connections, see 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3. 2 Devices marked by an asterisk “*” are used only for application download only. These devices cannot be used for inc
  • Page 1015. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 5 POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION 94
  • Page 1025. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION 5.1 POWER SUPPLY UNIT PANEL LAYOUT CP1 (AC INPUT 200V to 240V) F1 (AC INPUT FUSE) F2 (AC INPUT FUSE) CP2 (AC OUTPUT) CP3 (AC OUTPUT) Key location PIL (PILOT LAMP) CP8 (BATTERY) ALM (ALARM LAMP) CP4 (POWER CONTROL) 6–pin connector CP5 (+24V O
  • Page 1035. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 CP1 (AC INPUT 200V to 240V) 3 G 2 S F1 (AC INPUT FUSE) 1 R CP2 (AC OUTPUT) CP3 (AC OUTPUT) 3 G 3 G 2 200B 2 200B 1 200A 1 200A Key location CP8 (BATTERY) PIL (PILOT LAMP) 1 +VB ALM (ALARM LAMP) 2 0V CP4 (POWER CONTROL) 6–pin connector B3 FB
  • Page 1045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION 5.2 CONNECTING THE POWER SUPPLY UNIT 5.2.1 The power supply unit of the Series 15–B has the power on/off control When an Input Unit is function. The power supply unit of the Series 15–B therefore does not need an input unit, which is necessa
  • Page 1055. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 AMP (Japan) 2–178288–3 (Housing) 1–175218–5 (Contact) 9″ monochrome CRT (only 1 unit) 9″ PDP 9.5″ LCD AMP (Japan) 10.4″ LCD 1–178288–33 (Housing) 1–175218–5 (Contact) (1) CP1 The AC input connector for the control unit. The AC input specific
  • Page 1065. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION Example) When a device of 200/220 VAC (which does not accept 240 V) is connected to CP2, the AC input specification for CP1 is also 200/220 VAC. The total AC output from CP2 and CP3 is up to 2.5 A. When the capacity is insufficient, see sect
  • Page 1075. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 (5) CP6 The connector for the +24 VDC power output for the machine interface I/O (connection unit, operator’s panel connection unit, etc.). The DC output supplied from CP6 is up to 3 A. 5.2.2 The power supply unit of the Series 15–B has the
  • Page 1085. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION When the A14B–0076–B001 is used as an input unit, connect the input unit to the power supply unit as shown below. Fuses X U, V, W Servo X three–phase input X Magnetic contactor 200/220 VAC with power Not on/off controlled MCC 200 to 240 VAC
  • Page 1095. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 (2) For multiaxis machines When using multi–axis machines, be sure to use the input unit as two power supply units are controlled. When A14B–0076–B401 (15–MB for multiaxis machines) is used as the input unit, it is connected to the power uni
  • Page 1105. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION 5.2.3 Through the CP2 and CP3 connectors, the power supply unit can output When AC Output a total AC current of up to 2.5 A subject to power on/off is control. When the number of connectors or the capacity of the output from the Terminals fo
  • Page 1115. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 5.2.4 Power ON the power supplies in the following order or simultaneously: Power ON Sequence 1 Power supply (200 VAC) for entire machine tool 2 Power supply (I/O Unit–MODEL A, etc.) for slave I/O devices connected via I/O Link and power sup
  • Page 1125. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION 5.3 CONNECTION OF INPUT UNIT FOR STANDALONE CABINET A 5.3.1 Input Unit Layout Input PCB Input fuse for servo amp. Input fuse for control unit Input Unit (A14B–0076–B004, B005, B008) 5.3.2 (1) Terminal Unit TP1 Connection to U V W Input Units
  • Page 1135. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 (2) Terminal Unit TP2 EON EOF COM FA FB f f f f f M5 screw Terminal ×5 (a) EON, EOF, COM : External power supply ON/OFF Terminal The external power ON/OFF terminal is used to turn on and off the power supplied from outside the control unit.
  • Page 1145. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION (b) FA and FB: Fuse alarm signal A short circuit occurs between FA and FB if the fuse used in the power unit of the NC blows or if an overvoltage or overcurrent is detected at the DC output of the power unit. FA and FB are also short–circuit
  • Page 1155. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 (b) EMGIN1, 2 Note 1) Connect to the 100–VAC (MCC) terminals of the servo amplifier, as shown below: Standalone cabinet AC100 V Emergency stop EMGIN1 To MCC terminals of the servo amplifier in the standalone cabinet EMGIN2 Prepare an externa
  • Page 1165. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION 5.3.3 The following units can be mounted in the standalone cabinet. Necessary Connection to the control unit PCB connections are completed at the factory. Control Unit Unit PCB Connector Function Remark 9″ monochrome PSU CP5 DC24V Note 1) CR
  • Page 1175. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 5.4 CONNECTION OF INPUT UNIT FOR STANDALONE CABINET B 5.4.1 Input Unit Layout Input Unit (A14B–0076–B411) 110
  • Page 1185. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION 5.4.2 (1) Terminal Unit TB2 (M4 terminal) Connection to Input (a) R, S Unit (A14B–0076–B411) These terminals are for single–phase 200/220 VAC input to devices to which power is supplied from the control unit (main and additional lockers) and
  • Page 1195. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 Tofon EON–COM EOF–COM Ton Toff (Power ON) (Power OFF) Ton y 500msec Toff y 500msec Tofon y 5msec The time chart of external power supply ON/OFF signal The contacts used for turning on and off the external power must conform to the following
  • Page 1205. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION D FA, FB: Fuse alarm output signal (B1 to B3) A short circuit occurs between FA and FB if the fuse used in the power unit of the NC blows or if an overvoltage or overcurrent is detected at the DC output of the power unit. FA and FB are also
  • Page 1215. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 (e) Connector CP95, CP96 These terminals are for ON/OFF–controlled, single–phase 200/220 VAC output. They are used for power supply to external units. The rating of each terminal must be set such that the total of the ratings of CP92 to PC96
  • Page 1225. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION 5.5 CONNECTION OF INPUT UNIT FOR ADDITIONAL CABINET A 5.5.1 Input Unit Layout LC2 GND U V W Electromagnetic Contactor SK2 Spark Killer F17 F18 F19 Fuse for servo amp. Terminal unit f T1 GND TA NOTE Terminal unit T1 is not installed when usin
  • Page 1235. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 Input unit order drawing numbers and unit drawing numbers unit order drawing number unit drawing number A02B–0075–J141, –J144 A02B–0075–C006 A02B–0075–J142, –J145 A02B–0075–C007 5.5.2 (1) Connection of three–phase power for the servo amplifi
  • Page 1245. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION Previous cabinet Previous cabinet Previous cabinet Previous cabinet (the cabinet (the cabinet (the cabinet (the cabinet connected before connected before connected before connected before that being that being that being that being considere
  • Page 1255. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION B–62073E/04 EMERGENCY stop AC100 V Contactor (b) Terminal 5 to 8 These terminals are for ON/OFF–controlled single–phase 200 JAC input, used for controlling the electromagnetic contactors for the cabinet fan and servo amplifier power. Connections are as
  • Page 1265. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT B–62073E/04 UNIT CONNECTION (c) Terminal 9 to 12 These terminals are for the door interlock. The connections are as follows: When the door interlock (A02B–0075–J052) is specified, these connections are made at the factory. These terminals receive the door These termina
  • Page 1276. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 6 CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE 120
  • Page 1286. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.1 The Series 15–B can be combined with the units shown in the table below as I/O units for the machine interface. OUTLINE The I/O units for the FANUC I/O Link are installed separately from the control unit, and connected with the control
  • Page 1296. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 FANUC Link Compatible I/O FANUC I/O Link FANUC Series 15–B I/O Link Control Unit Operator’s Machine panel con- Opera- I/O Unit– I/O Unit– nection tor’s Panel MODEL A MODEL A unit Machine Tool Fig. 6.1 FANUC I/O Link compatible I/O 122
  • Page 1306. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.2 In the I/O Link there are the master station and its slave stations. The master is the control unit of the CNC, and the slaves are the I/O unit and CONNECTION OF interface unit for the operator’s panel. The slaves are divided into group
  • Page 1316. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 CNC Î Î JD1A ÎÎ FANUC I/O Link I/O = 256/256 or less per group I/O = 1024/1024 or less in total FANUC I/O Unit – MODEL A ×2 max ÎÎ Î Base unit 1 Base unit 2 Î ÎÎ JD1B Magnetic Î ÎÎ circuit JD1A Î ÎÎ Î ÎÎ Î ÎÎ JD1B JD1A ÎÎ Î Î ÎÎ Î ÎÎ JD1B J
  • Page 1326. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.2.1 Control unit or preceding slave unit Connection of FANUC I/O Link by Electric Cable Next slave unit +5 V terminals are for an optical I/O link adapter. They are not necessary when connecting with a metal cable. CABLE WIRING 1 3 SIN SO
  • Page 1336. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 6.2.2 The FANUC I/O Link can be extended to the maximum length of 200 m Connection of FANUC (when a relay is not used) with optical fiber cables using an optical I/O link adapter. I/O Link by Optical Fiber Cable NOTE In the following cases,
  • Page 1346. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE (3) Connection (a) Connection diagram JD1 JD1 Unit Unit JD1A JD1B ↑ ↑ ↑ COP1 COP1 Connecting Connecting Optical cable between cable between cable units units ↑ ↑ Optical I/O Optical I/O link adapter link adapter (b) Interunit connecting cab
  • Page 1356. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 NOTE The minimum bending radius of the optical fiber cable is 25 mm. Take care not to excessively twist the optical fiber cable. (4) Maximum number of stages When a conventional optical I/O link adapter (standard type) is used on the I/O li
  • Page 1366. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE (7) Required parts (a) For making up an I/O link using the optical link adapter, the following parts are necessary: (i) Optical I/O link adapter 2 (ii)Interunit connecting cable 2 (iii)Optical cable 1 (8) Relay using the optical fiber conne
  • Page 1376. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 (c) Maximum transfer distance over the optical fiber cable The following table shows the maximum transfer distance over the optical fiber cable. This distances varies according to the number of relay connections made using the connection ad
  • Page 1386. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.3 The FANUC I/O Unit–MODEL A (“I/O unit”) is a modular–type I/O unit. It interfaces the Series 16/18 with the machine when connected to the CONNECTION OF control unit of the Series 15–B control unit via the I/O Link. One I/O unit THE FANU
  • Page 1396. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 6.3.2 Outer Dimensions f 5 (mounting hole) A B For 5–slot base unit (ABU05A) 253 238 For 10–slot base unit (ABU10A) 430 415 6.3.3 Interface modules and various types of I/O modules can be mounted to Mounting and and dismounted from the base
  • Page 1406. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE (2) Dismounting (a) Release the stopper by pushing the lever at the bottom of the module. (b) Push the module upwards. 133
  • Page 1416. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 6.3.4 Connection Diagram Series 15–B Control unit JD1A Terminator TX I/O Unit–A I/O Unit–A K1X AIF01A AIF01B JD1B JD1A JD3 JD2 JD2 CP32 CP32 DC24 V DC24 V K2X K1X AIF01A AIF01B Max. 16 JD1B groups JD1A JD3 JD2 JD2 CP32 CP32 DC24 V DC24 V K2
  • Page 1426. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE NOTE 1 Number of I/O Units and connecting method are restricted depending on the allocation of the I/O points. See 6.2 “Connection of FANUC I/O Link” and 6.3.11 “Number of I/O points for the I/O Unit–MODEL A”. 2 Cable K1X can be an optical
  • Page 1436. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 6.3.6 (1) Ground the base unit (ABU05A, ABU10A) by its grounding terminal Grounding ABU05A, ABU10A ABU05B, ABU10B M4 screw terminal for grounding SG terminal (M3 screw terminal) M4 mounting hole for grounding 136
  • Page 1446. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE (2) When the cable K1X (see connection diagram in section 6.3.4) runs between different cabinets, make sure to connect the cabinets with a grounding wire more than 5.5 mm2. Table 6.3.6 Required current of each module Required current (mA) o
  • Page 1456. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 6.3.7 Details of the cables K1X, K2X and the terminator shown in the general Connecting Signal connection diagram are as follows. Cables (1) Cable K1X CNC or AIF01A AIF01A Connector HONDA TSUSIN PCR–E20FS (a) Use twisted pair wires for sign
  • Page 1466. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE (i) When the cable is more than 10 meters long. (ii)When the cable runs between different cabinets and there is no appropriate ground wire between the cabinets. (iii)When there is concern that the cable is influenced by strong noise. (2) Ca
  • Page 1476. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 (c) Do not connect the pins No. 10, No. 19 and No. 20, as they are used internally. (d) Recommended cable material: A66L–0001–0284#10P (twisted pair/shielded) (e) Maximum cable length: 2 m (3) Terminator TX Connector HONDA TSUSIN PCR–E20FS
  • Page 1486. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.3.8 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. Modules Terminal block type Connector type Input/Output display LED A 0 . . . 7 B 0 . . .
  • Page 1496. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 (b) Mounting the terminal block (i) Insert the protruding portion at the bottom of the terminal block in the groove of the module side. (ii)Push the terminal block using the engaging point of the protruding portion and the groove as an axis
  • Page 1506. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.3.9 (1) Digital input modules Digital Input/Output Module External Module Rated Rated Response LED Input type Polarity Points connec- name voltage current time display tion Maximum not AID32A 24 VDC 7.5 mA Both 32 Connector Non– 20 ms pro
  • Page 1516. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 (2) Digital output modules Output Module Rated Rated Points/ External LED Polarity Points Fuse type name voltage current common connection display Terminal AOD08C 2A NEG 8 8 provided provided block Terminal AOD08D 2A POS 8 8 provided provid
  • Page 1526. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.3.10 Correspondence between I/O Signals Bit Address in and Addresses in a the module Module 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Module of 8 points 0 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 Module of 16 points 1 B7 B6 B5 B4 B3 B2 B1 B0 2 C7 C6 C5 C4 C3 C2 C1 C0 Module of 32
  • Page 1536. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 However, as a result of the calculation above, when the number of input points is not larger than that of the output points in a single group, the number of input points is assumed to be equal to that of the output points. Example 1: When t
  • Page 1546. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.4 A connection unit (A20B–1005–0310 or A20B–1003–0200) is connected to the control unit of the Series 15–B via FANUC I/O Link and CONNECTING THE used for interfacing with the machine. CONNECTION UNIT Electrical interfaces and pin assignme
  • Page 1556. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Connection unit 1 A20B–1005–0310 Series 15–B control unit or To the next device I/O unit If there is no equipment beyond this connection unit, JD1A can remain open. 3–pin connector (brown) manufactured by FCI Japan Housing: SMS3PNS–5 Contac
  • Page 1566. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.4.1 (a) Between CP52 and CP55 Connecting Connection Unit 1 and Connection Unit 2 CP52 CP55 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 +5 V +5 V 0V 0V +24 V +24 N +5 V +5 V 0V 0V +24 V +24 N Connectors SMS6PN–5 Use a 30/0.18 (0.75 mm2) wire or thicker for th
  • Page 1576. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 (b) Between CDD1 and CDD2 Connection Unit 1 Connection Unit 2 CDD1 CDD2 FAP–50–1 FAP–50–1 A01 0V B01 0V A01 0V B01 0V A02 B02 A02 B02 A03 B03 A03 B03 A04 0V B04 A04 0V B04 A05 B05 A05 B05 Cable A06 B06 0V A06 B06 0V A07 *D7 B07 *D6 A07 *D7
  • Page 1586. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.4.2 Input signals for the connection unit conform to a non–insulation type Input Signal interface. There are two input types: Direct current input signal A and direct current input signal B. Regulations for the (1) Direct current input si
  • Page 1596. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 (2) Direct current input signal B Direct current input signal B is a signal sent from the machine to the CNC and used at high speed. (a) The contacts on the machine must meet the following requirements: Contact capacity: 30 VDC, 16 mA or mo
  • Page 1606. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.4.3 The output signals from the connection unit are used for driving relays and Output Signal light emitting diodes for indication on the machine. A semiconductor contact is used as a driver. The output type is direct current output signa
  • Page 1616. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 6.4.4 (1) Connection unit 1 Connector Pin Assignment for the Connection Unit C01 MR–50RMA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 DIB5 DIB1 DIB6 DI44 DI40 DI45 DI16 DI60 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 0V DIB7 DIB4 DI26 DI37
  • Page 1626. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE (2) Connection unit 2 C09 MR–50RMA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 DI75 DI71 DI76 DI104 DI100 DI105 DID6 DI102 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 0V DI177 DI174 DIE6 DIF7 DIC6 DIF3 DI110 DI122 DI111 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
  • Page 1636. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 6.4.5 Details of the Connection between the Connection Unit and the Machine Connection unit 1 Address number Connector pin Bit number number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number n. 156
  • Page 1646. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE Connection unit 1 Address number Connector pin Bit number number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number n. 157
  • Page 1656. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Connection unit 1 Address number Connector pin Bit number number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number n. DI82 to DI80 are assigned to two connector pins each. 158
  • Page 1666. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE Connection unit 1 Address number Connector pin Bit number number Direct current input signal B NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number n. The common voltage for DIB7 to DIB0 can be selected from +24 V and 0 V by the wirin
  • Page 1676. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Connection unit 1 Connector pin Bit number number Address number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number m. The common voltages for DO05 to DO00 are connected in connection unit 1 (COM1). The
  • Page 1686. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE Connection unit 1 Connector pin Bit number number Address number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number m. 161
  • Page 1696. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Connection unit 1 Connector pin Bit number number Address number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number m. The common voltages for DO21, DO20, and DO37 to DO30 are connected in connection un
  • Page 1706. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE Connection unit 1 Bit number Connector pin Address number number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number m. The common voltages for DO22 and DO67 to DO60 are connected in connection unit 1 (C
  • Page 1716. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Connection unit 1 Bit number Connector pin Address number number C05 (15) Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number m. The common voltages for DO47 to DO40 and DO53 to DO50 are connected in con
  • Page 1726. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE Connection unit 2 Address number Connector pin number Bit number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number n. 165
  • Page 1736. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Connection unit 2 Address number Connector pin number Bit number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number n. 166
  • Page 1746. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE Connection unit 2 Address number Connector pin number Bit number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number n. DI142 to DI140 are assigned to two connector pins each. 167
  • Page 1756. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Connection unit 2 Address number Connector pin number Bit number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number n. The common voltage for DI177 to DI170 can be selected from +24 V and 0 V by the wir
  • Page 1766. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE Connection unit 2 Bit number Connector pin number Address number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number m. The common voltages for DO85 to DO80 are connected in connection unit 2 (COM19). Th
  • Page 1776. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Connection unit 2 Bit number Connector pin number Address number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number m. 170
  • Page 1786. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE Connection unit 2 Bit number Connector pin number Address number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number m. The common voltages for DOA1, DOA0, and DOB7 to DOB0 are connected in connection un
  • Page 1796. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Connection unit 2 Bit number Connector pin number Address number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number m. The common voltages for DOA2 and DOE7 to DOE0 are connected in connection unit 2 (C
  • Page 1806. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE Connection unit 2 Bit number Connector pin Address number number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number m. The common voltages for DOC7 to DOC0 and DOD3 to DOD0 are connected in connection u
  • Page 1816. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 6.4.6 External View of the Connection Unit 174
  • Page 1826. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.5 The operator’s panel connection unit (A16B–2200–0660, 0661) is connected to the Series 15–B control unit through the FANUC I/O Link CONNECTION OF and is used for interfacing with the machine operator’s panel. OPERATOR’S PANEL The electr
  • Page 1836. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 6.5.1 Input signals for the operator’s panel connection unit conform to a Input Signal non–insulation type interface. The input type is direct current input signal A. Regulations for the (1) Direct current input signal A Operator’s Panel Di
  • Page 1846. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.5.2 The output signals from the operator’s panel connection unit are used for Output Signal driving lamps and light emitting diodes on the machine operator’s panel. An NPN transistor is used as a driver. The output type is direct current
  • Page 1856. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 (b) Output circuit ÂÂÂ Machine ÂÂÂ + CNC Relay Regulated power supply on the machine - Transistor output circuit (c) When an inductive load such as a relay is connected to the machine, mount a spark killer as near the load as possible (20 c
  • Page 1866. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.5.3 Connector Layout for Operator’s Panel Connection Unit Address Note) DI80 to DIB7 can be used only for the A16B–2200–0660. NOTE Address No. n can be decided by machine tool builders. 179
  • Page 1876. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Address Note) DO40 to DO77 can be used only for the A16B–2200–0660. NOTE Address No. n can be decided by machine tool builders. 180
  • Page 1886. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.5.4 Details of the Connection between the Operator’s Panel Connection Unit and the Machine Operator’s panel connection unit Connector terminal number Address number Bit number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder ca
  • Page 1896. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Operator’s panel connection unit Connector terminal number Address number Bit number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number p. 182
  • Page 1906. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE Operator’s panel connection unit Connector terminal number Address number Bit number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number p. 183
  • Page 1916. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Operator’s panel connection unit Connector terminal number Address number Bit number Direct current input signal A NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number p. 184
  • Page 1926. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE Operator’s panel connection unit Connector terminal number Example of connection Bit number (*) Address number Direct current input signal A +24 V regulated power supply NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number q. The comm
  • Page 1936. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Operator’s panel connection unit Connector terminal number Example of connection Bit number Address number Direct current input signal A +24 V regulated power supply NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number q. The common v
  • Page 1946. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE Operator’s panel connection unit Connector terminal number Example of connection Bit number Address number Direct current input signal A +24 V regulated power supply NOTE The machine tool builder can determine address number q. The common v
  • Page 1956. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 6.5.5 External View of Operator’s Panel Connection Unit Approx. Fig. 6.5.5 External view of operator’s panel connection unit The following LEDs and fuses are mounted on this printed circuit board. [LEDs] DB1 (GREEN PILOT): Lights when this
  • Page 1966. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.6 The source output operator’s panel connection unit (A16B–2202–0730, or –0731) is connected to Series 15–B control units by the FANUC I/O CONNECTION OF Link, and functions as the interface with the machine tool operator’s SOURCE OUTPUT p
  • Page 1976. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 6.6.1 The input signal to the source output operator’s panel connection unit is Source Output input over a non–insulated interface, and is called “DC input signal A.” Operator’s Panel (1) DC input signal A DC input signal A is sent to the N
  • Page 1986. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE (c) Circuit of common switchable input receiver Source output operator’s panel connection unit Sink–type connection: safety standard Receiver compliant (24 V common) output Input signal Filter and level signal conversion circuit Contact DIC
  • Page 1996. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 Sink–type input signals are logic “0” when the contact is open, and logic “1” when closed. Source–type input signals are logic “1” when the contact is open, and logic “0” when closed. NOTE If the output signal line falls to ground when the
  • Page 2006. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE (b) Output signal driver Eight signals are output from each of the output signal driver elements used on this operator’s panel connection unit. The current of each output signal is monitored in the driver element. When overcurrent is detect
  • Page 2016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 If the CNC diagnoses that output does not turn ON even though it is ON, a probable cause is that overloading of that output or other output in the same element is causing the eight outputs of that element to stay OFF. If this is the case, p
  • Page 2026. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE NOTE If the output signal falls to ground when the output signal is sink–type (0 V common), the output signal stays ON. For this reason, sink–type output signals are not recommended for ensuring safety. By CE–marking compliancy, source–type
  • Page 2036. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE B–62073E/04 DAL1 out: Normal state lit: Error occurred on DO outputs Yq+0.0 to Yq+0.7 DAL2 out: Normal state lit: Error occurred on DO outputs Yq+1.0 to Yq+1.7 DAL3 out: Normal state lit: Error occurred on DO outputs Yq+2.0 to Yq+2.7 DAL4 out: Normal s
  • Page 2046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO B–62073E/04 MACHINE INTERFACE 6.6.4 (a) Connector pin assignment Connector Pin Assignment Addresses of Source Output Operator’s Panel Connection Unit CM51 CM52 1 DI00 33 DICMN1 1 DI60 33 0V 2 DI03 34 DI02 2 DI63 34 DI62 19 DI01 19 DI61 3 DI06 35 DI05 3 DI66 35 DI65 20 D
  • Page 2057. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7 CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 208
  • Page 206B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.1 CRT/MDI UNIT INTERFACE 7.1.1 (1) Standard Outline CRT/MDI, PDP/MDI or LCD/MDI ON/OFF BUTTON POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP4 See 5.2 ON ON1 ON BUTTON COM Short–circuit ON2 OFF OFF1 OFF BUTTON OFF2 CRT, PDP, LCD UNIT See 7.1.2 to 7.1.4 CN2 PDP POWER CP2, CP3 or C
  • Page 2077. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 (2) Standard (When LCD/MDI unit with built–in graphic function is used) LCD/MDI ON/OFF BUTTON POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP4 See 5.2 ON ON1 ON BUTTON COM Short–circuit ON2 OFF OFF1 OFF BUTTON OFF2 LCD WITH GRAPHIC FUNCTION See 7.1.6 CP5 CP5 LCD POWER MAIN CPU BOAR
  • Page 208B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS (3) MMC–II CRT/MDI POWER SUPPLY UNIT See 5.2 ON CP4 ON/OFF BUTTON OFF COM M4 TERMINAL (14″ horizontal CRT/MDI) TAB#10 (14″ vertical CRT/MDI) CRT UNIT See 7.1.2 CP2, CP3 or CP5 CN2 CRT POWER MMC–II GRAPHIC BOARD See 7.1.2 JA1 CN1 VIDEO INPUT KEYBOARD PCB M
  • Page 2097. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 (4) MMC–III CRT/MDI, PDP/MDI or LCD/MDI ON/OFF BUTTON POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP4 See 5.2 ON ON1 ON BUTTON COM Short– ON2 OFF circuit OFF1 OFF BUTTON OFF2 CRT, PDP, LCD BUTTON See 7.1.2 and 7.1.3 CP11 CRT POWER CP2, CP3 or CP5 CP5 LCD POWER MMC–III CPU board Se
  • Page 210B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS (5) MMC–IV CRT/MDI, LCD/MDI ON/OFF BUTTON POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP4 See 5.2 ON ON1 ON BUTTON COM Short–circuit ON2 OFF OFF1 OFF BUTTON OFF2 CRT UNIT See 7.1.5 CP11 CRT POWER CP2, CP3 or CP5 CP5 LCD POWER MMC–IV CPU BOARD See 7.1.5 JA1A JA1 VIDEO INPUT See 7.1
  • Page 2117. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.1.2 9″ CRT or 9″ PDP Display Interface (CE Marking Non–compliant) CNC 9″ CRT/MDI or 9″ PDP/MDI JA1,JA1A CN1 (PCR–EV20MDT) HIROSE (MR–20RM) FI40A–20S (Connector) 1 VDR 11 FI–20–CV5 (Case) 1 VDR 14 8 0V 2 0V 12 VSYNC (Note 1) 2 HSYNC 15 9 0V 3 VDG 13 3 VS
  • Page 212B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS NOTE 1 SIGNAL CABLE WIRING 1 1 VDR VDR 2 8 0V 0V 3 4 VDG VDG 4 11 0V 0V 5 5 VDB VDB 6 12 0V 0V 18 2 HSYNC HSYNC 16 9 0V 0V 12 3 VSYNC VSYNC 14 10 0V 0V Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0371 . . . coaxial cable: Max. 50 m NOTE 2 Use three
  • Page 2137. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.1.3 9″ CRT or PDP Display Interface (CE Marking Compliant) CNC 9″ CRT PDP/MDI unit JA1 (main CPU, option 1 board) CN1 (PCR–EV20MDT) HIROSE (MR–20RM) FI40A–20A (connector) 1 VDR 11 FI–20–CV5 (case) 1 VDR 14 8 0V 2 0V 12 VSYNC 2 HSYNC 15 (Note 1) 9 0V 3 V
  • Page 214B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS NOTE 1 Signal cable wiring 1 1 VDR VDR 2 8 0V 0V 3 4 VDG VDG 4 11 0V 0V 5 5 VDB VDB 6 12 0V 0V 18 2 HSYNC HSYNC 16 9 0V 0V 12 3 VSYNC VSYNC 14 10 0V 0V Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0371 . . . coaxial cable (max. 50 m) NOTE 2 Use two 3
  • Page 2157. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.1.4 14″ Analog CRT, 10.4″ LCD, 9.5″ LCD Display Interface (CE Marking Compliant when MMC–IV is not Used) 14″ CRT/MDI unit 10.4″ LCD/MDI unit CNC 9.5″ LCD/MDI unit JA1 (option 1 board) HIROSE JA1 (PCR–EV20MDT) FI40A–20S (connector) (PCR–E20LMD) FI–20–CV5
  • Page 216B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS NOTE 1 Signal cable wiring 1 1 VDR VDR 2 2 0V 0V 3 3 VDG VDG 4 4 0V 0V 5 5 VDB VDB 6 6 0V 0V 18 18 HSYNC HSYNC 16 16 0V 0V 12 12 VSYNC VSYNC 14 14 0V 0V Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0731 . . . coaxial cable (max. 50 m) NOTE 2 Use thre
  • Page 2177. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.1.5 14″ Analog CRT, 10.4″ LCD, 9.5″ LCD Display Interface (CE Marking Compliant when MMC–IV is Used) 14″ CRT/MDI unit 10.4″ LCD/MDI unit CNC 9.5″ LCD/MDI unit JA1A (MMC–IV board) HIROSE JA1 (PCR–EV20MDT) FI40A–20S (connector) (PCR–E20LMD) FI–20–CV5 (cas
  • Page 218B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS NOTE 1 Signal cable wiring 1 1 VDR VDR 2 2 0V 0V 3 3 VDG VDG 4 4 0V 0V 5 5 VDB VDB 6 6 0V 0V 18 18 HSYNC HSYNC 16 16 0V 0V 12 12 VSYNC VSYNC 14 14 0V 0V Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0731 . . . coaxial cable (max. 20 m) NOTE 2 Use thre
  • Page 2197. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.1.6 10.4″ LCD Display Interface (CE Marking Compliant with Built–in Graphic Function) CNC 10.4″ LCD/MDI unit JA1 (main CPU board) HIROSE JN1 (PCR–EV20MDT) FI40A–20S (connector) (PCR–E20LMD) FI–20–CV5 (case) 1 RXD 11 1 TXD 11 2 0V 12 TXD (Note 1) 2 0V 12
  • Page 220B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS NOTE 1 Signal cable wiring 1 1 RXD TXD 2 2 0V 0V 4 4 0V 0V 5 5 *RXD *TXD 6 6 0V 0V 18 18 *TXD *RXD 16 16 0V 0V 12 12 TXD RXD 14 14 0V 0V Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0731 . . . coaxial cable (max. 50 m) NOTE 2 Use two 30/0.18 (0.75 mm
  • Page 2217. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.1.7 (1) Overview Adjusting the Flat A color liquid crystal display (LCD) and plasma display (PDP) require Display settings for finely adjusting the video signal. These settings are necessary because the signal slightly varies depending on the NC unit or
  • Page 222B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.1.8 Interface between MMC–IV Board and Option 1 Board (Video Signal) MMC–IV board Option 1 board JA1A HIROSE JA1 (PCR–EV20MDT) FI40A–20S (connector) (PCR–E20MDT) FI–20–CV5 (case) 1 VDR 11 1 VDR 11 2 0V 12 VSYNC 2 0V 12 VSYNC 3 VDG 13 3 VDG 13 4 0V 14 0V
  • Page 2237. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.1.9 The keyboard interface specification is common to all MDI units exccept Keyboard Interface 9″ keyboard interface. (Note 1) CNC (LCD) CRT/MDI UNIT (MDI) JA2 CNK1 (PCR–EV20MDT) (PCR–E20MD) 1 *KEY00 11 *KEY01 1 *KEY00 11 *KEY01 2 *KEY02 12 *KEY03 2 *KE
  • Page 224B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.1.10 Small 9″ Keyboard Interface CNC CRT/MDI UNIT JA2 CA9 (PCR–EV20MDT) (MR–20RFD) 1 *KEY00 11 *KEY01 1 *COM11 14 *COM04 8 *COM02 2 *KEY02 12 *KEY03 2 *COM00 15 *COM05 9 *COM03 3 *KEY04 13 *KEY05 3 *COM01 16 *COM06 10 *KEY07 4 *KEY06 14 *KEY07 4 *KEY06
  • Page 2257. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.1.11 Interface between MMC–III Board and Option 1 Board (Video Signal) CNC MMC–III CPU board CNC option 1 board JA1 JA1 (PCR–EV20MDT) (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 VDR 11 1 VDR 11 2 0V 12 VSYNC 2 0V 12 VSYNC 3 VDG 13 3 VDG 13 4 0V 14 0V 4 0V 14 0V 5 VDB 15 5 VDB 15 6
  • Page 226B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.2 I/O DEVICE INTERFACE 7.2.1 RS–232–C Serial Port RELAYING CONNECTOR Cable wiring Shield Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG × 10–pair) NOTE For +24 V and SG, determine the wire thickness and the number of wires so that th
  • Page 2277. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.2.2 PPR Connection RELAYING CONNECTOR SIGNAL LAYOUT Relaying connector Connector: DBM–25S (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.) Lock metal: D20418–J2 (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.) Cable side connector Connector: DBM–25P (Japan Aviation Electro
  • Page 228B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.2.3 Portable Tape Reader Connection RELAYING CONNECTOR SIGNAL LAYOUT Relaying connector Connector: DBM–25S (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.) Lock metal: D20418–J2 (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.) Cable side connector Connector: DBM–25P (Japan
  • Page 2297. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.2.4 FANUC Cassette Connection Cable side connector Connector: DBM–25P (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.) Lock metal: DB–C2–J9 (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.) Relaying cable Accessory for cassette Relaying connector Connector: DBM–25S (Japan A
  • Page 230B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.2.5 Connection with the FANUC Handy File Cable side connector Connector: DBM–25P (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.) Lock metal: DB–C2–J9 (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.) Relaying cable Accessory for cassette Relaying connector Connector: DBM–2
  • Page 2317. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.2.6 Connection of Tape Reader Without Reels Tape reader DB–25S–T (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd. Connector: DB–25P Locking: D110278 (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.) M3 screw terminal NIHON AMP 1–178128–3 (housing) 1–175218–5 (contact) Connec
  • Page 232B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.2.7 Connection of Tape Reader with Reels Tape reader BurndyJapan SMS3PK–5 NIHON AMP 1–178128–3 Connect signal cables as shown below. Control unit Tape reader Use cable lamp NOTE 1 Note that cables with the same names on the control unit and the tape rea
  • Page 2337. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.2.8 RS–422 Serial Port CNC subboard Host computer (example) +24 V is not used. (1) Conceptual diagram for signal connection The following is a conceptual diagram showing the connection of the signals between the CNC and host. Actually, each signal other
  • Page 234B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS (2) Example of actual connection of RS–422 cables (Note 2) Shield Ground plate NOTE 1 Use twisted–pair cables. 2 Note that the pin position for the *DM signal is irregular on the CNC side (to prevent erroneous connection). 237
  • Page 2357. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.3 MANUAL PULSE GENERATOR INTERFACE MPG MPG UNIT #1 (M3 screw terminal) MPG UNIT #2 (M3 screw terminal) MPG UNIT #3 (M3 screw terminal) CABLE WIRING Shield Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0286 (#20AWG × 6 + #24AWG × 3–pair) FOR Lv 20 m
  • Page 236B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS (1) Cable connection for the manual pulse generator The power supply to the manual pulse generator is 5 VDC, same as for the pulse coder. It is therefore necessary to prevent cable resistance from causing the supply voltage to drop more than 0.2 V (total
  • Page 2377. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.4 REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE (RS–232–C) CNC OPTION–1 Board Host computer (example) Conceptional diagram of signal connection CNC side Host side Output Input 240
  • Page 238B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS Example of cabling Shield Ground plate Connect CS to RS if CS is not used. However, when protocol A or expanded protocol A is used, connect as shown above because CS is used for busy control. Connect DR to ER when DR is not used. Be sure to connect CD to
  • Page 2397. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.5 REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE (RS–422) CNC OPTION–1 Board Host computer (example) (+24 V) is not used. (1) Conceptional diagram of signal connection The figure below shows a signal connection between CNC and a host computer. Since signals other than FG and
  • Page 240B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS (2) Actual example of RS–422 signal wiring (Note 2) Shield Ground plate NOTE 1 Be sure to use twisted pair cable. 2 Note that the pin position of the *DM signal on the CNC side is positioned irregularly relative to the other signals. This is to reduce the
  • Page 2417. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.6 Connection for high–speed skip signals is as follows: HIGH–SPEED DI SIGNAL INTERFACE 244
  • Page 242B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS Cable connection Shield Ground plate Shield Ground plate Description High–speed skip signals (HSKP1 to HSKP4) or high–speed measured position–reached signals (HEA1 to HEA3) 15M 15T HDI0 = HSKP1 or HEA1 HDI1 = HSKP2 or HEA2 HDI2 = HSKP3 or HEA3 HDI3 = HSKP
  • Page 2437. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 High–speed DI Signal Receiver Input Signal Standard Circuit configuration  Â  Driver NC Receiver   VH/VL   Iih/Iil   Shield Absolute maximum rating Input voltage range Vin: –3.6 V to +13.6 V Input characteristics Item Symbol Standard Unit
  • Page 244B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.7 Connect the reference position approach signal as shown below. This signal is used when using the grid method (only for CNCs for multiaxis CONNECTION OF machines). REFERENCE For information regarding connections and sequences for reference POSITION po
  • Page 2457. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.8 DNC INTERFACE 7.8.1 a. Multi–point connection DNC1 Interface CNC OPTION–1 board Tap JD6A (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 TRD1(+) 11 TRD2(+) 1 TRD2(+) 14 8 2 TRD1(–) 12 TRD2(–) 2 TRD2(–) 15 9 3 13 3 16 10 TRD1(+) 4 14 4 17 11 TRD1(–) 5 15 5 18 12 6 16 6 19 13 7 17 7 S
  • Page 246B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS b. 1–1 connection CNC OPTION–1 board Tap JD6A (PCR–EV20MDT) 1 RD 11 SD 1 SD 14 CS 8 TT 2 *RD 12 *SD 2 *SD 15 *CS 9 *TT 3 RT 13 TT 3 TR 16 10 RD 4 *RT 14 *TT 4 *TR 17 11 *RD 5 CS 15 RS 5 RS 18 RT 12 DM 6 *CS 16 *RS 6 *RS 19 *RT 13 *DM 7 DM 17 TR 7 SG 20 8
  • Page 2477. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.8.2 DNC2 Interface CNC OPTION–1 board Host computer (example) (RS–232–C) JD5C (PCR–EV20MDT) DBM–25S 1 RD 11 SD 1 FG 14 2 0V 12 0V 2 SD 15 3 DR 13 ER 3 RD 16 4 0V 14 0V 4 RS 17 5 CS 15 RS 5 CS 18 6 0V 16 0V 6 DR 19 7 CO 17 7 SG 20 ER 8 0V 18 8 CD 21 9 19
  • Page 248B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.8.3 DNC2 Interface CNC OPTION–1 board Host computer (example) (RS422) JD6A 1 FG (PCR–EV20MDT) 20 2 21 1 RD 11 SD 3 22 *SD 2 *RD 12 *SD 4 SD 23 3 RT 13 TT 5 24 *RD 4 *RT 14 *TT 6 RD 25 *RS 5 CS 15 RS 7 RS 26 *RT 6 *CS 16 *RS 8 RT 27 *CS 7 DM 17 TR 9 CS 2
  • Page 2497. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.9 The following two configurations of the spindle interface are available in Series 15–B. SPINDLE INTERFACE (1) α Series Serial spindle  Â P/C Serial 1st spindle   SPDL–1 (JA7A) JA7B JA7A spindle amplifier Motor Main CPU board P/C Serial 2nd spindl
  • Page 250B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS ÃÃÃÃÃÃ Spindle Motor Safety Measure ÃÃÃÃÃÃ WARNING To ensure a high degree of safety in the event of a malfunction, adopt a safety measure such as that shown below capable of stopping spindle rotation if a speed higher than the specified spindle speed is
  • Page 2517. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.9.1 Connect to the spindle amplifier, using optical fiber cable equipped with Serial Spindle Interface an optical I/O link adaptor. (S Series Spindle) I/O LINK ADAPTER Spindle amplifier Up to 2 m Optical fiber cable CABLE WIRING Shield Ground plate RECO
  • Page 252B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS See section 6.2.2 for adapter and optical fiber cable specifications. Pay attention to the following points when you are using the panel internal wiring type without reinforced covering (A66L–6001–0008). D Do not to bend optical fiber cable to less than a
  • Page 2537. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 NOTE 1 Recommended cable specification: A66L–0001–0248#10P (#28AWG x 10 pairs) 2 When this cable is wired closely to power cables or other cables, shielded leads must be grounded to the grounding plate. This is unnecessary when the CNC is mounted close to
  • Page 254B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS NOTE 1 ENB1 and 2 turn on when a spindle command voltage is effective. These signals are not used when the FANUC Spindle Servo Unit is used. 2 Feed axis check signal is used when a feed axis is checked or service work is done. This signal is not used for
  • Page 2557. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 NOTE 1 Signals SPOUT and *SPOUT are for a serial spindle. These signals are not used for an analog spindle. 2 When the line length is over 14 m, set the maximum electrical resistance of 0 V and 5 V to 0.5 W. The position coder, which generates square wave
  • Page 256B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.10 SERVO INTERFACE 7.10.1 The servo interface of the Series 15–B has these features. Outline Digital control AC servo motor Motor feedback : Serial pulse coder 1) 10,000 pulse/rev incremental pulse coder 2) 1,000,000 pulse/rev absolute pulse coder Scale
  • Page 2577. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.10.2 (1) For the α series servo amplifier Servo Amp Interface JV1 to JV8 (PCR–EV20MDT) n: Axis number (1 to 8) CABLE WIRING Shield Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG × 10–pair) 260
  • Page 258B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS (2) For the S–series servo amplifier JV1 to JV8 (PCR–EV20MDT) n: Axis number (1 to 8) CABLE WIRING Shield Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG × 10–pair) 261
  • Page 2597. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 (3) For the C–series servo amplifier JV1 to JV8 (PCR–EV20MDT) n: Axis number (1 to 8) CABLE WIRING Shield Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG × 10–pair) 262
  • Page 260B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.10.3 (1) For the serial pulse coder A, B Serial Pulse Coder Interface SERVO MOTOR JF1 to JF8 PULSE CODER (PCR–EV20MDT) CABLE WIRING Shield SHLD (shield) Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0286 (#20AWG × 6 + #24AWG × 3–pair) 263
  • Page 2617. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 (2) For the serial pulse coder C (model 0S or more) SERVO MOTOR JF1 to JF8 PULSE CODER (PCR–EV20MDT) MS3106B20–29SW(straight) MS3108B20–29SW (elbow) CABLE WIRING Shield SHLD (shield) Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0286 (#20AWG × 6 + #24
  • Page 262B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS (3) For the model 4–0S to 0–0SP (common for incremental and absolute) SERVO MOTOR JF1 to JF8 PULSE CODER (PCR–EV20MDT) Connector HDAB–15S Connector cover HDAW–15–CV (2–0SP to 0–0SP) Connector cover HDA–CTH (4–0S, 3–0S) CABLE WIRING Shield SHLD (shield) Gr
  • Page 2637. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 (1) Cable connection for the incremental pulse coder Series 15–B employ a serial pulse coder for which the power supply is 5 VDC, same as used by the conventional pulse coder. It is necessary to suppless the cable resistance used for the power supply to 0
  • Page 264B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS Example 2) Pulse corder Enlarged figure Peel off the insulation sheath and cover with a heat shrinkable tube (2) Cable connection for the absolute pulse coder Series 15–B employ the serial pulse coder, for which the power supply 5 VDC, same as for the con
  • Page 2657. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 Example 1) For example, MR connector manufactured by Honda Communications Pulse corder Terminal block Example 2) Pulse corder Enlarged figure Peel off the insulation sheath and cover with a heat shrinkable tube 268
  • Page 266B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.10.4 Linear Scale Interface (A/B/Z Signal Interface) LINEAR SCALE JF21 to JF28 (PCR–EV20MDT) +6 V and REQ are for separate absolute pulse coders. CABLE WIRING Shield Ground plate RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A66L–0001–0286 (#20AWG × 6 + #24WG × 3–pair) 26
  • Page 2677. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 Input Signal Standard The standard for the feedback signal from the linear scale is as follows. (1) A, B phase signal input The position of the linear scale is detected by inputting position information by the A and B phase signals whose phases are mutual
  • Page 268B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.10.5 Linear Scale Interface (Serial Interface) CNC Linear scale (serial interface) JF21 to JF28 (PCR–EV20MDT) ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ 1 SD 11 ÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃ 2 *SD 12 0V 3 13 4 14 0V 5 REQ 15 6 *REQ 16 0V 7 (+6V) 17 8 18 +5V +6 V is for separate absolute pulse coders. 9 +5
  • Page 2697. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.10.6 APC Battery Interface Batterycase CABLE WIRING Batterycase RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL y 0.2 mm2 (7/0.18) NOTE The service life of the APC battery is about one year per four–cell battery case when used for backup of six axes (serial pulse coder A).
  • Page 270B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.10.7 The hybrid control system requires an auxiliary position detecting device Hybrid–control in addition to the position detector used in conventional servo systems. This auxiliary position detecting device is called the separate detector. Connections
  • Page 2717. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.11 GENERAL–PURPOSE CNC Analog voltage input range: –10 V to +10 V Input current: " 0.5 mA max. ANALOG VOLTAGE JA6 (PCR–EV20MDT) INPUT INTERFACE AIN0 AIN1 1 11 2 0V 12 0V ÃÃ ÃÃ 3 AIN2 13 AIN3 4 0V 14 0V 5 15 6 (0V) 16 (0V) 7 17 8 18 9 19 10 20 NOTE Signa
  • Page 272B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.12 CONNECTION BETWEEN THE SERIES 15–B (MMC–II) AND PERIPHERAL UNITS Control unit MMC–II MAIN CPU Punch panel (RS–232C) JD5A to JD5B: PCR20 CD6A to CD6B: DBM–25S JD5A CD6A to to JD5B CD6B JD6 (Note 3) NOTE 1 The above diagram shows the connection with th
  • Page 2737. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 MMC–II MAIN CPU Punch panel (RS–232–C) JD5A to JD5B – 11 SD SD CD6A to CD6B – 02 JD5A to JD5B – 12 0V Ã JD5A to JD5B – 01 RD RD CD6A to CD6B – 03 Ã JD5A to JD5B – 02 0V Ã JD5A to JD5B – 15 RS RS CD6A to CD6B – 04 Ã JD5A to JD5B – 16 0V Ã JD5A to JD5B – 05
  • Page 274B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.13 CONNECTION WITH AN EXTERNAL DEVICE USING THE RS–422 INTERFACE FOR SERIES 15–B (MMC–II) Control unit MMC–II MAIN CPU External device (RS–422) JD6: PCR20 NOTE 1 In the above diagram, the interface for the external device is an example. The cable to be
  • Page 2757. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 MMC–II MAIN CPU I/O (RS–422) JD6 – 11 SD RD – 06 JD6 – 12 *SD *RD – 24 JD6 – 01 RD SD – 04 JD6 – 02 *RD *SD – 22 JD6 – 15 RS CS – 09 JD6 – 16 *RS *CS – 27 JD6 – 05 CS RS – 07 JD6 – 06 *CS *RS – 25 JD6 – 07 DR ER – 12 JD6 – 09 *DR *ER – 30 JD6 – 17 ER DR –
  • Page 276B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.14 CONNECTION WITH A PRINTER USING THE CENTRONICS INTERFACE FOR FANUC SERIES 15–B (MMC–II) Control unit MMC–II MAIN CPU Printer (Centronics) JD9: PCR20 NOTE 1 In the above diagram, the interface for the external device is an example. The cable to be act
  • Page 2777. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 MMC–II MAIN CPU Printer (Centronics) JD9 – 01 STD0 STD0 – 02 0V – 20 JD9 – 02 STD1 STD1 – 03 Ã 0V – 21 Ã JD9 – 03 STD2 STD2 – 04 0V – 22 JD9 – 04 STD3 STD3 – 05 JD9 – 12 0V Ã 0V – 23 JD9 – 05 STD4 STD4 – 06 0V – 24 JD9 – 06 STD5 Ã STD5 – 07 Ã 0V – 25 Ã JD
  • Page 278B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.15 CONNECTION WITH AN EXTENSION ADAPTOR UNIT FOR FANUC SERIES 15–B (MMC–II) Control unit Extension adapter unit MAIN CPU (01P3C) JD5C: PCR20 JD5: PCR20 (Note 1) To keyboard M4 screw terminal NOTE 1 It is not necessary to prepare the cable, because it is
  • Page 2797. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 (1) Connection for signal wire MAIN CPU Extension adapter à à à à JD5C – 11 SDK SDK JD5 – 11 à à JD5C – 12 0V 0V JD5 – 12 à à JD5C – 01 RDK RDK JD5 – 01 à à JD5C – 02 0V 0V JD5 – 02 à à JD5C – 05 CSK CSK JD5 – 05 à à JD5C – 04 0V 0V JD5 – 04 à à JD5C – 13
  • Page 280B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.16 CONNECTION WITH A HARD DISK UNIT FOR FANUC SERIES 15–B (MMC–II) Control unit Hard disk unit MMC–II MAIN CPU (01P3C) JD7: PCR50 JD7: PCR50 Power supply unit NOTE The MMC–II board cannot be used on the 15TED/15TEE/15TEF/15MEK/15MEL. 283
  • Page 2817. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 Hard disk unit CassetteStreamerunit JD7B: PCR50 JD7A: PCR50 284
  • Page 282B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS (1) Connection for signal wire MAIN CPU Hard Disk Unit (Hard disk unit) (Cassette streamer unit) ÃÃ Ã JD7 – 26 *DB0 *DB0 JD7 – 26 ÃÃ Ã JD7 – 01 0V 0V JD7 – 01 ÃÃ Ã JD7 – 27 *DB1 *DB1 JD7 – 27 JD7 – 02 0V 0V JD7 – 02 ÃÃ JD7 – 28 *DB2 *DB2 Ã JD7 – 28 ÃÃ Ã J
  • Page 2837. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 NOTE 1 Use a shielded cable containing 25 pairs of AWG28 wires, with a characteristic impedance of 100 to 130 ohms. Recommended cable material: A66L–0001–0319#25P 2 For noise protection, thread the shielded cable through ferrite cores as shown below and c
  • Page 284B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS 7.17 Connection with portable 5.25″ and portable 3.5″ floppy disk unit CONNECTION WITH A FLOPPY DISK UNIT FOR FANUC SERIES 15–B (MMC–II) Control unit Portable floppy disk unit MMC–II MAIN CPU (01P3C) JD8: PCR50 JD8: PCR50 NOTE The MMC–II board cannot be u
  • Page 2857. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 (1) Connection for signal wire Portable à à MAIN CPU FDD Unit à à JD8 – 07 *MON *MON JD8 – 07 à à JD8 – 08 0V 0V JD8 – 08 JD8 – 38 *MODE *MODE JD8 – 38 JD8 – 39 Ã0V 0V à JD8 – 39 à à JD8 – 09 *DS0 *DS0 JD8 – 09 à à JD8 – 10 0V 0V JD8 – 10 JD8 – 36 *DS1 *D
  • Page 286B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS NOTE 1 The cable for J12M shall be shielded twisted–pair cable, 7/0.127 (0.09 mm2) or thicker. Connect the units in accordance with the diagram on the previous page, and fasten the shield with a cable clamp. Recommended cable: A66L–0001–0285#25P 2 The cab
  • Page 2877. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.18 RS–232–C SERIAL PORT (MMC–III) Host Computer (Example) MMC–III CPU Board JD5F to JD5H (PCR–EV20MDT) The signal marked with ( ) connect to FANUC I/O device side. Signal connection (1) When the terminals (CS, DR, CD) can not be used. MMC–III CPU Board
  • Page 288B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS (2) When all signals can be used. MMC–III CPU Board Modem SD SD RD RD RS RS CS CS ER ER DR DR CD CD (SIGNAL GROUND) SG SG (FRAME GROUND) FG FG NOTE The MMC–III board cannot be used on the 15TED/15TEE/15TEF/15MEK/15MEL. 291
  • Page 2897. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS B–62073E/04 7.19 OUTER HARD DISK INTERFACE (MMC–III) Minislot Outer Hard Disk Interface Board RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL A02B–0161–K800 Cable for Data transmission or Cable attached with external hard disk. POKEDY 2.5 A87L–0001–0135 Refer to the wiring diagram on the
  • Page 290B–62073E/04 7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS Cable Wiring *D0 26 26 *D0 0V 1 1 0V *D1 27 27 *D1 0V 2 2 0V *D2 28 28 *D2 0V 3 3 0V *D3 29 29 *D3 0V 4 4 0V *D4 30 30 *D4 0V 5 5 0V *D5 31 31 *D5 0V 6 6 0V *D6 32 32 *D6 0V 7 7 0V *D7 33 33 *D7 0V 8 8 0V *DP 34 34 *DP 0V 9 9 0V 0V 35 35 0V 0V 10 10 0V 0V
  • Page 2918. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL B–62073E/04 8 ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃ ÃÃÃÃÃÃ NOTE We recommend appropriate use of the emergency stop signal when designing a safe machine tool. The emergency stop signal is for
  • Page 292B–62073E/04 8. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL Stroke end limit switch Emergency stop button Relay power supply Release switch Spark killer Relay I/O unit connected to CNC (module) α series control amplifier (PSM) External power supply Spark killer Coil Breaker 1 MCC AC reactor Fig. 8 NOTE When the amplifier
  • Page 293APPENDI
  • Page 294B–62073E/04 APPENDIX A. LIST OF EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS A  LIST OF EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS        Â Fig. 1 (a)  Â External view of 3–slot control unit  ÂFig. 1 (b) ÂExternal vi
  • Page 295A. LIST OF EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04           Fig. 4 (a) External view of position coder A or B A86L–0026–0001#102: Max. 4000 rpm  Â  Â A86L–0026–0001#002: Max. 6000rpm   Fig. 4 (b) Âα External dimensions of position coder A860–0
  • Page 296B–62073E/04 APPENDIX A. LIST OF EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Â Fig. 17 (d) External view of HONDA connector (terminal layout) Â ÂÂÂÂÂ Â ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Â Fig. 18 (a) External view of connector made by FCI Japan (3 pins, black) Â ÂÂÂÂÂ Fig. 18 (b)
  • Page 297B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 B ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Weight: 2.3 kg Fig. 1 (a) External view of 3–slot control unit 334
  • Page 298B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Weight: 2.5 kg Fig. 1 (b) External view of 4–slot control unit 335
  • Page 299B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 Weight: 3.8 kg Fig. 1 (c) External view of 6–slot control unit 336
  • Page 300B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Weight: 5.0 kg Fig. 1 (d) External view of 8–slot control unit 337
  • Page 301B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 ÂÂÂÂÂ Panel cut drawing 85 (PDP) 220 (Monochrome CRT) CE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB. Weight: 4.0 kg Fig. 2 (a) External view of horizontal type 9I CRT/MD
  • Page 302B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ÂÂÂÂÂ Panel cut drawing 85 (PDP) 220 (Monochrome CRT) Weight: 4.0 kg CE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB. Fig. 2 (c) External view of horizontal type 9″ CRT/MD
  • Page 303B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 ÂÂÂÂÂ Panel cut drawing Weight: 5 kg CE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB. Fig. 2 (d) External dimensions of horizontal type 9″ CRT/MDI unit (standard, monochro
  • Page 304B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ÂÂÂÂÂ Panel cut drawing Unit support (for reference) Weight: 8 kg An appropriate support for the CRT unit should be provided. CE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel P
  • Page 305B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 ÂÂÂÂÂ Panel cut drawing CE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB. Fig. 2 (g) External view of horizontal type 9.5″ LCD/MDI unit [Weight; 5.0 kg] External view of ho
  • Page 306B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Fig. 2 (h) 14″ CRT/MDI unit (horizontal) 343
  • Page 307B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 VIEW FROM REAR SIDE 8–f 4.8 Weight: 20 kg ÂÂÂÂÂPanel cut drawing CE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB. Fig. 2 (i) 14″ CRT/MDI unit (vertical) 344
  • Page 308B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ÂÂÂÂÂ Panel cut drawing 85 (PDP) 220 (Monochrome CRT) Weight: 3.5 kg CE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB. Fig. 2 (j) 9″ separate type CRT unit (monochrome CRT)
  • Page 309B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 ÂÂÂÂÂ Panel cut drawing Weight: 8 kg Fig. 2 (k) 9″ separate type CRT unit (color) 346
  • Page 310B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ÂÂÂÂÂ Panel cut drawing Weight: 0.5 kg CE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB. Fig. 2 (l) Separate type MDI unit (standard) 347
  • Page 311B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 ÂÂÂÂÂ Panel cut drawing Weight: 2 kg CE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB. Fig. 2 (m) External dimensions of separate type 10.4″ LCD unit 348
  • Page 312B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ÂÂÂÂÂ Panel cut drawing Weight: 1 kg CE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB. Fig. 2 (n) External dimensions of separate type MDI unit (horizontal) (for separate t
  • Page 313B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 ÂÂÂÂÂ Panel cut drawing CE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer periphery Weight: 1 kg on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB. Fig. 2 (p) External dimensions of separate type MDI unit (vertical) (for separate typ
  • Page 314B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ÂÂÂÂÂ Panel cut drawing Weight: 2 kg CE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB. Fig. 2 (q) External dimensions of separate type 9.5″ LCD unit (monochrome STN) 351
  • Page 315B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ CAUTION ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ TURN MAIN LINE SWITCH OFF BEFORE HANDLING TB1 OR ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ TB2 Max. 155 Max. 175 Weight: 14 kg Unit: mm Fig. 3 (a) External view
  • Page 316B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Specification of control transformer (1) Primary side rated voltage AC200V/220V/230V/380V/415V/440V/460V/480V/550V (2) Voltage fluctuation Primary side rated voltage ±15% (3) Frequency 50Hz/60Hz±3Hz (4) Secondary side line voltage See the figure below. (5)
  • Page 317B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 Connector Note: Mechanical specifications of the position coder are as follows: (1) Input axis inertia 1.0 × 10–3 kg·cm·sec2 or less (2) Input axis starting torque 1000 g·cm or less (3) Input axis permissible loads Radial Thrust Operation 1 kg or less 1 kg
  • Page 318B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS MS connector: MS3102A–20–29P Note: Mechanical specifications of the position coder are as follows: (1) Input axis inertia 1.0 × 10–3 kg·cm·sec2 or less (2) Input axis starting torque 1000 g·cm or less (3) Input axis permissible loads Radial Thrust Operatio
  • Page 319B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 3 holes equally spaced on a 72 dia M3 screw terminal Fig. 5(a) External view of manual pulse generator A860–0202–T001 356
  • Page 320B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS (1) A860–0202–T004 to T009 M3 screw terminal M3 screw terminal (2) A860–0202–T010 to T015 M3 screw terminal M3 screw terminal Fig. 5 (b) External view of pendant type manual pulse generator A860–0202–T004 to T015 357
  • Page 321B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 Cable length: 1.5 m Weight: about 12 kg Unit: mm Fig. 6 External view of FANUC PPR 358
  • Page 322B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS 4-M3   Panel cutout   Honda Tsushin Connector: PCR-E20FS Cover: PCS-E20LA For crimp terminal M4 Length: 200 mm for frame grounding Japan Aviation Electronic DBM-25S Color: P–ME–N1.5–3G 4- f 3.6 Fig. 7 (a) External view of punch panel (CE marking non–co
  • Page 323B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 Paint masking area on punch panel side Panel cutout For crimp terminal M4 for frame grounding Honda Tsushin Connector: PCR-E20FS Length: 200 mm Cover: PCS-E20LA Japan Aviation Electronic 4- f 3.6 DBM-25S External dimensions of wide type Fig. 7 (b) External
  • Page 324B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Paint masking area on punch panel side Panel cutout For crimp terminal Honda Tsushin M4 for frame grounding Length: 200 mm Connector: PCR-E20FS Cover: PCS-E20LA Japan Aviation Electronic External dimensions of thin type DBM-25S Fig. 7 (c) External dimensio
  • Page 325B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 Fig. 8 External view of floppy cassette adapter 362
  • Page 326B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Cable length: 3.0 mm Weight: 1.4 kg Unit: mm Fig. 9 External view of FANUC Handy File 363
  • Page 327B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 Paint: Munsell No. 5GY3.5/0.5 leather tone finish Weight: About 15 kg Fig. 10 External view of portable tape reader 364
  • Page 328B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 AUTO RELEASE MANUAL Wiring screw M3 × 6 Power terminal strip View from Signal cable f arrow A Cable holder 4– f 5.3 Signal cable connector (Panel installation hole layout diagram) Coating Color: Metallic silver Weight: 6 kg Unit: mm Fig. 11 External view o
  • Page 329B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS AUTO REEL ON ALARM RELEASE REEL OFF FORWARD STOP REWIND View from arrow fA M5 × 10 Stud 4– f 5.3 RS–232–C interface connector Power connector (Panel installation hole layout diagram) Parallel interface connector Coating Color: Metallic silver Weight: 9 kg
  • Page 330B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 Fig. 13 (a) External view of input unit (A14B–0076–B001) 298
  • Page 331B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Fig. 13 (b) External view of input unit (Multiple axis) (A14B–0076–B401) 299
  • Page 332B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 (AC INPUT) CPD1 (AC OUTPUT) Connector arrangement on the PCB Key location 15B INPUT Unit PCB F11 (AC INPUT FUSE) F12 (AC INPUT FUSE) F13 (DC OUTPUT FUSE) CPD2A (POWER CONTROL) CPD2B (POWER CONTROL) CPD2C (POWER CONTROL) LED of pilot lamp (Green) LED of ala
  • Page 333B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Screw for grounding (M4) Screw terminal block (M4) Fig. 13 (d) External view of expanded power input unit (A14B–0076–B209) 301
  • Page 334B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 TYPE: HONDA PCR–E20FS (SOLDERING TYPE) USAGE: GENERAL MATING: HONDA PCS–E20LA (METAL) HOUSING: HONDA PCS–V20L (PLASTIC) Display HONDA ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Â Â Â ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Â Â ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Â ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ A Â ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ B Â Â Â Â Â Â ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Â ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Â ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Â PCR–E2
  • Page 335B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS TYPE: HIROSE FI40–2015S USAGE: PULSE CODER INTERFACE LINEAR SCALE INTERFACE MPG INTERFACE MATING/HOUSING: HIROSE FI–20–CV Tab for shield con- nec– tion Section AA Fig. 14 (b) External view of FI40 connector 303
  • Page 336B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 TYPE: HONDA PCR–V20LA (for 6 dia. cable) PCR–V20LB (for 8 dia. cable) USAGE: GENERAL       Case  Cable clamp  Lock bracket  Lock lever   Set screw for cable clamp Fig. 15 (a) External view of connector case (HONDA, PCR type) 304
  • Page 337B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS TYPE: HIROSE FI–20–CV2 USAGE: GENERAL  Case  Cable clamp  Lock bracket  Lock lever  Set screw for cable clamp       Fig. 15 (b) External view of connector case (HIROSE FI–20–CV2 type) 305
  • Page 338B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 TYPE: FUJITSU FCN–240C 20–Y/S (for 5.8 dia. cable) USAGE: GENERAL Cable clamp Screw Lock lever Fig. 15 (c) External view of connector case (FUJITSU, FCN type) 306
  • Page 339B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS TYPE: HIROSE FI–20–CV USAGE: PULSE CODER INTERFACE LINEAR SCALE INTERFACE MANUAL PULSE GENERATOR INTERFACE  Case  Lock bracket  Lock lever  Cable clamp  Set screw for cable clamp       Fig. 15 (d) External view of connector case (HIROSE FI–20–C
  • Page 340B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 TYPE: AMP 1–178128–3 USAGE: 3 G POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP1 200VAC INPUT 2 S 1 R Key location 3 G POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP1 200VAC OUTPUT CP2 2 200B 1 200A 3 G 10I LCD/MDI UNIT CP11 2 200B 1 200A Circuit No. Circuit No. Fig. 16 (a) External view of AMP connector (1–
  • Page 341B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS TYPE: AMP 2–178129–6 USAGE: B3 FB A3 COM POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP4 ON/OFF CONTROL B2 FA A2 OFF B1 AL A1 ON Circuit No. Circuit No. Fig. 16 (b) External view of AMP connector (2–178129–6) 309
  • Page 342B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 TYPE: AMP 2–178288–3 USAGE: 3 POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP5 +24V OUTPUT 2 0V 1 +24V Circuit No. Circuit No. Fig. 16 (c) External view of AMP connector (2–178288–3) 310
  • Page 343B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS TYPE: AMP 1–178288–3 USAGE: 3 POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP6 +24E OUTPUT 2 0V 1 +24E Circuit No. Circuit No. Fig. 16 (d) External view of AMP connector (1–178288–3) 311
  • Page 344B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 TYPE: AMP 1–175218–2 (Gold coated) AMP 1–175218–5 (Tin coated) Reel: AMP 1–175196–2 (Gold coated) AMP 1–175196–5 (Tin coated) WIRE: AWG 16, 18, 20 In case of reel PLATING ID–MARK PRESSER ID–MARK Fig. 16 (e) External view of AMP connector (1–175196–2/–5, 17
  • Page 345B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Symbol ÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ Number of ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ A (B) C (D) Specification terminals ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ MR–20LMH (Plug) ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ
  • Page 346B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ Number of ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ A B terminals ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ MR–20RHF 32.8 27.8 20 ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ
  • Page 347B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ Number of A B ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ terminals ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ MR–20RMH 32.8 27.8 20 ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ
  • Page 348B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 MR–50MH (50–core, plug) MR–50FH (50–core, plug) MR–20MH (20–core, plug) MR–20FH (20–core, plug) Fig. 17 (d) External view of HONDA connector (terminal layout) 316
  • Page 349B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Manufacturer: FCI Japan ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂSpecification ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Name (Connector maker Remarks number) ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Connector housing for cable ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ SMS3PK–5 ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ
  • Page 350B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 Manufacturer: FCI Japan ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Specification ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Name (Connector maker Remarks number) ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Connector housing for cable SMS3PNS–5 Brown ÂÂ
  • Page 351B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Manufacturer: FCI Japan ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Specification ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Name (Connector maker Remarks number) ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Connector housing for cable ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ SMS3PWS–5 White ÂÂÂ
  • Page 352B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 Manufacturer: FCI Japan ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Specification Name Remarks ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ (Connector maker number) ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Connector housing for cable ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ SMS6PN–5 Brown ÂÂÂÂ
  • Page 353B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Manufacturer: FCI Japan ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Name ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Specification (Connector maker ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Remarks ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ number) ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Connector housing
  • Page 354B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 A 53.0 D 17.8 G 10.7 B 38.3 E 12.6 H 11.2 C 47.0 F 41.3 J 10.8 A–A cross section 2–3.05 f Fig. 19 (a) External view of reader puncher panel connector Interlock Small round M2.6 × P0.45 screw screw head screw 1.2 groove Spring washer Fig. 19 (b) External vi
  • Page 355B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Minus polarity indication 4–M4 counter sinking Plus polarity indication Plus terminal with 3–M3 screw holes Minus terminal with 3–M3 screw holes 4–f 4.3 Mounting holes Arrow view A Fig. 21 External view of battery case for absolute pulse coder 323
  • Page 356B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 Fig. 22 External View of the Extension Adaptor Unit for Series 15–B (MMC–II) NOTE 1 This unit is not dustproof. 2 Ambient temperature during operation: 0°C to 40°C 3 Weight: 1 kg Tilt mechanism Fig. 23 External View of the Keyboard for Series 15–B (MMC–II)
  • Page 357B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Air flow 2–f 5.8 Fig. 24 External view of the hard disk unit for Series 15–B (MMC–II) NOTE 1 This is not dustproof type. Build in to the magnetics cabinet of an enclosed structure together with the control unit. 2 Ambient temperature at operation: 5°C to 5
  • Page 358B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 Fig. 25 External view of the Portable 5″ Floppy Disk Unit for Series 15–B (MMC–II) NOTE 1 This unit is not dustproof. Use this unit exclusively for program development. 2 Ambient temperature during operation: 5°C to 35°C 3 Purchase the floppy disk unit, 1.
  • Page 359B–62073E/04 APPENDIX B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Fig. 26 External view of the Portable 3.5″ Floppy Disk Unit for Series 15–B (MMC–II) NOTE 1 This unit is not dustproof. It should be used for program development only. 2 Maintain an operating ambient temperature range of 5°C to 35°C. 3 The floppy disk unit
  • Page 360B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS APPENDIX B–62073E/04 Fig. 27 External view of the Portable Cassette Streamer Unit for Series 15–B (MMC–II) (A08B–0047–C071) 328
  • Page 361C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–62073E/04 APPENDIX AND CABLES C ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ (1) Connector for the PC board Model: PCR–EV20MDT manufactured by Honda Tsushin The connector for the PC boar
  • Page 362C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES APPENDIX B–62073E/04 (3) Required tools for Connection of cable connector (a) Separate–wire press–mount type Connector: PCR–E20FA (Honda Tsushin) 28–AWG wires are assembled at a time. Generally, it is much more cost effective to assemble a cable this way tha
  • Page 363C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–62073E/04 APPENDIX AND CABLES When cases and soldered connectors made by HIROSE Electric are used in combination, you can select combinations shown in the figure below in addition to those describes in Figure C(a). However, the outside diameter of cables used must be
  • Page 364C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES APPENDIX B–62073E/04 NOTE Up till now we have recommend using pulse coder cable (A66L–0001–0286) up to 20 m in length. We have developed two new cables: A66L–0001–0402 that can be used up to 30 m, and A66L–0001–0403 that can be used up to 50 m. (For detailed
  • Page 365C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–62073E/04 APPENDIX AND CABLES (6) 10–pair cable   Â   (a) Specifications  Â Item  ÂÂÂÂUnit  Â Specifications      Â  Â    Product No. — A66L–0001–0284#10P
  • Page 366C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES APPENDIX B–62073E/04   Â       Â  Â  Item Unit Specifications  Â Packing method  Â  Â —  Â Bundle  Electrical ÂElectric  W/km  233 or less
  • Page 367C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–62073E/04 APPENDIX AND CABLES ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Â ÂÂ Â ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂ Dot mark Insula- ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂ color ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Dot ÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂ Drain wire Pair tor mark No. ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Â ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ color (1 pitch) Fir
  • Page 368C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES APPENDIX B–62073E/04   Â       Â    Â   Item Unit Specifications  Twisted pair  Â Outside diameter  Â ÂÂÂÂmm   Â 1.88  Â  Â  Direction of la
  • Page 369C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–62073E/04 APPENDIX AND CABLES (b) Markings on cable (1) Name or symbol of the manufacturer (2) Manufacturing year (c) Cable structure The cable structure is shown below.    Â   Drain wire  Red  0.18–mm2 twisted pa
  • Page 370C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES APPENDIX B–62073E/04   Â     Â  Â   Item Specifications  Â Product No.  Â A66L–0001–0402  A66L–0001–0403  Â   Manufacturer  ÂÂÂÂÂÂ
  • Page 371C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS B–62073E/04 APPENDIX AND CABLES   Â     Â  Â   Item Specifications  Â Product No.  Â A66L–0001–0402  A66L–0001–0403  Â   Manufacturer  ÂÂÂÂÂÂ
  • Page 372D. ATTACHING THE CRT PROTECTIVE COVER APPENDIX B–62073E/04 D ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ATTACHING THE CRT PROTECTIVE COVER ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ A CRT protective cover must be attached to the 9″ monochrome CRT to comply with CE marking (machine tool) directives.
  • Page 373D. ATTACHING THE CRT B–62073E/04 APPENDIX PROTECTIVE COVER Bottom cover Insert under panel. Attaching the bottom cover (viewed from below) Insert under panel. Side cover Insert between panels. Attaching the side cover (viewed from side) CRT protective cover 377
  • Page 374B–62073E/04 Index Numbers¡ Connection between the series 15–B (MMC–II) and peripheral units, 275 10.4″ LCD display interface (CE marking compliant with Connection diagram, 134 built–in graphic function), 222 Connection diagram for MMC–IV, 92 14″ analog CRT, 10.4″ LCD, 9.5″ LCD display interface (CE
  • Page 375INDEX B–62073E/04 Correspondence between I/O signals and address in a module, Input signal regulations for the operator’s panel connection 145 unit, 176 CRT/MDI unit interface, 209 Input unit layout, 105, 110, 115 Installation, 6, 24 Installation conditions of the CNC inside cabinet and servo unit,
  • Page 376B–62073E/04 INDEX Power ON sequence, 104 Servo amp interface, 260 Power supply unit and input unit connection, 94 Servo interface, 259 Power supply unit panel layout, 95 Small 19″ keyboard interface, 227 PPR connection, 230 Source output operator’s panel connection unit input signal Pulse coder inte
  • Page 377Revision Record FANUC Series 15/150-MODEL B CONNECTION MANUAL (B–62073E) 04 Nov., ’98 The following products are added D FANUC Series 150-TB 03 Feb., ’95 D FANUC Series 150-TTB D FANUC Series 15-MB Correction of errors The following products are added D FANUC Series 15-TFB 02 Feb., ’94 D FANUC Serie
  • Page 378· No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form. · All specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.