Andronic 2060 Technical Handbook Page 109

NC multifunction card

Technical handbook




Additions and changes


V 1.0


First edition


V 1.1



The jumpers X26, X27 and X 29 were open and are now closed.


V 1.2



Through the use of new opto moduls, article numbers of the NC multifunction cards and the interface adapters changes from november 2003.


V 1.3



Description X21 CNC Fault and table for the number of axes for each SERCOS ring.


V 1.4


Additions and Corrections

Description NCIO module supplemented, pre standard models removed.


V 1.5


Additions and Corrections

■    New coding for NCM version +NCM0211/0212

■    Coding for NCM version +NCM0204 removed

■    Changed interface assignment for X10/X12

■    New handwheel adapter versions +HRA02xx and order numbers LWI interface with 4 optical inputs (for eroding generator)


V 1.6


Layout change to DIN A4


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    cinclronieIntroduction12060Basics and overviews2Connection requirements3Operating panels4HMI/NC CPU card5NC multifunction card6TECHNICALFieldbus interface card7

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    Introductioncindronpioneering P cC NC

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    2IntroductionTechnical Handbook2IntroductionTechnical HandbookVersion DateAuthorEditing/IllustrationsToolsTrade markCopyrightValidityPublished byV

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    3IntroductionTechnical HandbookTable of contentsRevisions.......................................................................................................

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    IntroductionTechnical HandbookRevisionsVersionDateAdditions and chanqesInitialsV editionPaV change to DIN A4Sucinclron 01

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    5IntroductionTechnical HandbookGeneral hintsIn the creation of this handbook, we have made the greatest effort and have taken the greatest care. We reserve the

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    6IntroductionTechnical HandbookSafety notesWarning notes and Meaning of the symbols used in this document:symbols _SymbolMeaningcThis notice contains general an

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    IntroductionTechnical HandbookIntroductionTechnical HandbookUse as directedIntroduction andron products are developed and produced according to the latest techn

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    Basics and overviewscincJron

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    Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 20602Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 20602Version DateAuthorEditing/IllustrationsToolsTrade mark

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    3Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 2060Table of contentsTable of contents.........................................................................

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    Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 2060RevisionsVersionDateAdditions and chanqesInitialsV EditionPaV of CPU

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    5Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 2060Hardware descriptionThe andronic 2060 is a compact multiprocessor CNC system with HMI and NC computer and a

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    Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 20606Operating panelsDisplay operating panel ANV03> XGA 15" TFT display> Connection via standard VGA interface>

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    9Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 2060andronic 2060LPower USB24V DC24V DCExternal USB 2.0 devices (HD, floppymemory stick, ...)Power BTLX7316 Inp

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    Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 206010Survey of the operating panel connectionsExternal USB devices(HD, floppy, memory stick, ...) 24V DCcinclro

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    11Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 2060Block diagramNC computerHMI computer16 I/O'stCNC fault#1 - 2 SERCOS rings IQ 1 - 2 Handwheels |<^)NCM boar

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    Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 206012Overview of the unitsFront view of the andronic 2060Sr-Ti~T128 MB SDRAM_NCO ^ >0§->' CO oi_ ^0) CM5 6 §.

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    13Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 2060Front view of the andronic 2060Lcindron02_basics_and_overviews.doc

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    14Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 2060Computer dimensions394.5377.5cinclron02_basics_and_overviews.doc

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    15Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 2060Operating panel dimensionsANV0365.0CO3ICOcoooANV04ANM013cindron02_basics_and_overviews.doc

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    Basics and overviewsTechnical Handbook andronic 206016Technical dataHMI computerandronic 2060Landronic 2060SCPU cardFull-Size slot CPU Celeron M / 1.6 GHz orPen

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    cincJronpioneering P cCnc

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    Connection RequirementsTechnical HandbookVersionV 5.2Date01.02.2007AuthorVo/PaEditing/IllustrationsPaToolsThis documentation was created with Microsoft Word 200

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    3Connection RequirementsTechnical HandbookTable of contentsRevisions............................................................................................

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    Connection RequirementsTechnical HandbookConnection RequirementsTechnical HandbookGeneral connection requirementsThe following notes generally must be observed:

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    5Connection RequirementsTechnical HandbookMalfunctions in many cases result from dusty, polluted or greasy contacts. Proper functioning of the control can only

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    Connection RequirementsTechnical Handbook6Electronic Rack / Operating PanelAn electronic rack sealed according to IP 54/55 with a heat exchanger or an air condi

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    Connection RequirementsTechnical HandbookThe mains voltage must correspond with the admissible operating voltage of the control. This is achieved by connection

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    Connection RequirementsTechnical Handbook8Important information on wiring> The ground cables must be connected first to divert the static electricity.> For all

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    9Connection RequirementsTechnical HandbookShielding and GroundingAll shields may only be connected on the side of the signal source and must be combined by mean

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    Connection RequirementsTechnical Handbook10Interference SuppressionWhen the above mentioned instructions are followed, interference sources can be almost entire

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    11Connection RequirementsTechnical HandbookNon-contacting The quality of the output signals of the non-contact switches is decisive for the perfectswitches (Ini

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    Connection RequirementsTechnical Handbook12Connection RequirementsTechnical Handbook12Connection valuesInput voltage100-240 V AC, 50/60 HzPower consumptionmax.

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    Operating panel modulescinclron

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    2Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/30602Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060Version DateAuthorEditing/Illustration

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/30603Table of contentsTable of contents.................................................................

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060RevisionsVersionDateAdditions and changesInitialsV editionPaV

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/30605Operating panel overviewDisplay operating panel ANV03> XGA 15" TFT display> Connection via standard

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    6Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060Machine operating panel ANM013> Connected with control via InterBus-S> Connection for further Inter

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060Connector and interface summaryXInterfaceModuleConnectorConnectionX40.1USB interface (1)^ANV03/04 (U

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    8Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060Survey of the operating panel connections24V DCHMICPUANV03oOSD MenueoDown® ®UpX20.1 USBX62 Power

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/30609Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/30609Display operating panel ANV03 and ANV0

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    10Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060Technical data of the 15" display / touch screenDisplay size15,0" (304 x 228 mm)ResolutionXGA, 102

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/306011Interface description of the ANV03/04X60 VGA interface The intergrated TFT<»VGA interface convert

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/306012Machine operating panel ANM013Illustration: Machine operating panel ANM013The machine operating pa

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/306013Insertion strips The labeling of the free assignable buttons takes place over the insertion strips

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    14Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060Product keyEinschubstreifen Mass.epsIllustration: Dimensions and symbol position of the insertion

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/306015Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/306015Operating panel logic BTL09 with Int

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    16Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060Interface designationDesignationXInterface/connectionInterBus-SX70Connection to the InterBus-S car

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/306017Operating panel logic The operating panel logic BTL10 is equipped with a Profibus-DP Interface and

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    18Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060Profibus-DP addressing Alternatively, two operating panel logic versions are available. The differ

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/306019Interface assignment of the ANM013X70/71 InterBus-S The communication between the operating panel

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    20Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060X76 Profibus-DP The communication between the operating panel and the HMI computer (Profibus-DPint

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/306021On the operating panel logic are 16 free programmable inputs available.X72 Inputs (24V)ANM013Input

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    22Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060X73 Outputs (24V) On the operating panel logic are as well 16 free programmable outputs available.

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/306023X75 Power supply (24V) The operating panel logic (BTL09 / BTL10) behind the machine operating pane

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    24Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060Technical data and ambient conditionsANV03ANM013Input voltage24V DC24V DCPower consumption75 VA225

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    Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/306025Operating panel dimensionscindron04_operating_panel_modules.doc

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    26Operating panel modulesTechnical Handbook andronic 2060/3060InterBus-S and Profibus-DP sddresses of the AMM013Step switch and I/O'sFeedOVX9/1526.0512+14.0X9/2

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    HMI/NC CPU cards

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookVersionV 1.7Date31.08.2011AuthorPa.Editing/IllustrationsPa.ToolsThis documentation was created with Microsoft Word and Adobe I

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    3HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookTable of contentsTable of contents...........................................................................................

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookHMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookGeneralThe principal item of the control system are two powerful Intel processors communicat

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    EmCore-i6419VL Half-Size Pentium® M / Celeron® M CPU5HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookThe EmCore-i6419VL Half-Size single board computer is optimized for an

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    FS-97A Full-Size Pentium® M / Celeron® M CPUHMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook6The FS-97A Full -Size single board computer is optimized for an Intel® Pentium

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookIP-4MTP2G Full-Size Pentium® M / Celeron® M CPUThe IP-4MTP2G Series single board computer is optimized for an Intel® Pentiu

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook8Interfaces of the CPUGigabit CRT DVI PS/2 Keyb.IP-4MTP2G_Interfaces_MMI.epsATX Control CPU Fan Powercinclron

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    F845G/VE Full-Size Pentium® 4 CPUHMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook9The F845G/VE Series single board computer is optimized for an Intel® Pentium® 4 processor

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    11HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook11HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookProduct key+CxxxxxxCPU Type_M................HMI-CPUN................NC-CPUT............

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook12CPU and BIOS versionsCPUViewNameHMIEmCore-i6419VLHMIHMIIP-4MTP2GF845G/VEHMICI-TSPEHMIFS-97AInterfacesBIOS version■ VGA/DVI

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    13HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookCPUViewNameInterfacesBIOS versionNCViV liVTlygEmCore-i6419VLwithoutV 11.1 DNC!►CI-TSPEwithoutV 7.1D05a_cpu_cards.doc cincl

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook14BIOS 11.0 Default-EinstellungenBIOS 11.0 HMI-CPU EmCore-i6419VL (mit VGA, LAN, USB, ...)BIOS display: 05/04/2006 V11.0 andro

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    15HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookAdvanced BIOS FeaturesCPU FeatureCPU Feature[Press Enter]Virus WarningDisabledCPU L1 & L2 CacheEnabledCPU L3 CacheEnabledQui

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook16Integrated PeripheralsOn-Chip IDE Device[Press Enter]Onboard Device[Press Enter]SuperIO Device[Press Enter]On-Chip Primary P

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    17HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookPower Management SetupPower-Supply TypeATACPI FunctionEnabledPower ManagementUser DefineVideo Off MethodDPMSVideo Off IN Sus

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook18BIOS 11.1 Default-EinstellungenBIOS 11.1D NC-CPU EmCore-i6419VL (mit VGA, LAN, USB, ...)BIOS display: 10/04/2006 Vll.l andro

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    19HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookAdvanced BIOS FeaturesCPU FeatureCPU Feature[Press Enter]Virus WarningDisabledCPU L1 & L2 CacheEnabledCPU L3 CacheEnabledQui

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook20Integrated PeripheralsOn-Chip IDE Device[Press Enter]Onboard Device[Press Enter]SuperIO Device[Press Enter]On-Chip Primary P

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    21HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookPower Management SetupPower-Supply TypeATACPI FunctionEnabledPower ManagementUser DefineVideo Off MethodDPMSVideo Off IN Sus

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook22BIOS 11.2 default settingsBIOS 11.2 HMI-CPU EmCore-i6419VL (mit VGA, 2x LAN, USB, ...)BIOS display: 29/10/2007 V11.2 andron

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    23HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookAdvanced BIOS FeaturesCPU FeatureCPU Feature[Press Enter]Virus WarningDisabledCPU L1 & L2 CacheEnabledCPU L3 CacheEnabledQui

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook24Integrated PeripheralsOn-Chip IDE Device[Press Enter]Onboard Device[Press Enter]SuperIO Device[Press Enter]On-Chip Primary P

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    25HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookPower Management SetupPower-Supply TypeATXACPI FunctionEnabledPower ManagementUser DefineVideo Off MethodDPMSVideo Off IN Su

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook26BIOS 10.0 default settingsBIOS 10.0D HMI-CPU IP-4MTP2G (with VGA, LAN, USB, ...)BIOS display: 07/02/2006 V10.0 andron MMI-CP

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    27HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookAdvanced BIOS FeaturesCPU Feature[Press Enter]Hard Disk Boot Priority[Press Enter]Virus WarningDisabledCPU L1 & L2 CacheEnab

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook28Integrated PeripheralsOn-Chip IDE Device[Press Enter]Onboard Device[Press Enter]SuperIO Device[Press Enter]Onboard Lan Boot

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    29HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookPower Management SetupACPI FunctionEnabledPower ManagementUser DefineVideo Off MethodDPMSVideo Off IN SuspendYesSuspend Type

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook30BIOS 8.0 default settingsBIOS 8.0D HMI CPU F845G/VE (with VGA, LAN, USB, ...)BIOS display: 10/06/2003 andron V8.0D for HMI /

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    31HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookAdvanced Chipset FeaturesDRAM Timing SelectableBy SPDX CAS Latency Time2.5X Active Precharge Delay6X DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook32Power Management SetupACPI FunctionEnabledPower ManagementUser DefineVideo Off MethodDPMSVideo Off IN SuspendYesSuspend Type

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    33HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookBIOS 13.2 default settingsBIOS 13.2 HMI-CPU FS-97A (with VGA, LAN, USB, ...)Display: FS-97A VER:2.3 andron GmbH V13.2Phonix

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook34Advanced Chipset FeaturesDRAM Timing SelectableBy SPDX CAS Latency Time2.5X Active Precharge Delay6X DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay

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    35HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookPower Management SetupACPI FunctionEnabledACPI Suspend TypeS1(POS)Power ManagementUser DefineVideo Off MethodV/H SYNC+BlankV

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook36BIOS 7.0 default settingsBIOS 7.0D HMI CPU CITSPE (with VGA, LAN, USB, ...)BIOS display: 17/06/2003 andron V7.0D for HMI / S

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    37HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookAdvanced Chipset FeaturesSDRAM CAS Latency Time2SDRAM Cycle Time Tras/TrcAutoSDRAM RAS-to-CAS DelayAutoSDRAM RAS Precharge T

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook38Power Management SetupACPI FunctionEnabledACPI Suspend TypeS1(POS)Run VGABIOS if S3 ResumeAutoPower ManagementUser DefineVid

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    39HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookBIOS 7.1 default settingsBIOS 7.1D NC CPU CITSPE (without interfaces)BIOS display: 07/07/2003 andron V7.1D for NC / Stand 07

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook40Advanced Chipset FeaturesSDRAM CAS Latency Time2SDRAM Cycle Time Tras/TrcAutoSDRAM RAS-to-CAS DelayAutoSDRAM RAS Precharge T

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    41HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical HandbookPower Management SetupACPI FunctionDisabledACPI Suspend TypeS1(POS)Run VGABIOS if S3 ResumeAutoPower ManagementUser DefineVi

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    HMI/NC CPU cardsTechnical Handbook1Further information about the CPU cards you can find in the manufacturer documentation which is enclosed to every control del

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    NC multifunction card (NCM)cincJronpioneering P cC NC

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    2NC multifunction cardTechnical handbook2NC multifunction cardTechnical handbookVersion DateAuthorEditing/IllustrationsToolsTrade markCopyrightValidityPublished

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    3NC multifunction cardTechnical handbookTable of contentsRevisions..............................................................................................

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    NC multifunction cardTechnical handbookRevisionsVersionDateAdditions and changesInitialsV editionSuV jumpers X26,

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    NC multifunction cardTechnical handbookGeneralShort description The NC multifunction card is the principal item of the NC computer. The card is with up to4 SERC

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    6NC multifunction cardTechnical handbookType rangeStandard models The NC multifunction card is with various insertions available.1 ....................1 SERCOS

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    NC multifunction cardTechnical handbook06_nc_multifunction_ca rd.doc and

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    8NC multifunction cardTechnical handbookInterfaces overviewDepending on the insertion of the NC multifunction card there are following interfaces available:Inte

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    06_nc_multifunction_card.docCoding and insertion +NCM02xl

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    NC multifunction cardTechnical handbook10Coding and insertion +NCM02x2X25.1X25.1X24.1X23 X21X24.1X23 X21ilHO.jiX3J1X3X2X1X2X11X6V8.3X4V8.41X6X4FlashMemoryFlashM

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    NC multifunction cardTechnical handbook11PIN assignment of the internal interfacesX1 Serial interface DO X4 Serial interface D2PINDesignation1GND2TXD3RXD4RTS5CT

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    NC multifunction cardTechnical handbook13Additional SERCOS ringsThe first SERCOS ring could be connected directly on the NC multifunction card. For connecting a

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    14NC multifunction cardTechnical handbookX24.2 transmitter (TX) 2. SERCOS ring X24.3 transmitter (tx) 3. SERCOS ringX24.4 transmitter (tx) 4. SERCOS ringX24.x t

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    NC multifunction cardTechnical handbook15Number of axes for each SERCOS ringThe following table shows how many SERCOS rings are required for the corresponding n

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    16NC multifunction cardTechnical handbookHand wheel interface adapterThis interface allows the connection of an electronic hand wheel (Manual Pulse Generator).

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    Version overviewNC multifunction cardTechnical handbook17X30.x(RS 422)X30.x(24V)X30.x(5V)oldnew+HRA0211+HRA0213■oM•iZZh**CZF»)tqH •CZh*^E•i+€1•CZh*

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    18NC multifunction cardTechnical handbookSERCOS fibre optic cableThe SERCOS fibre optic cable connects the NC multifunction card, resp. the interface adapter, o

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    NC multifunction cardTechnical handbook19InterBus-S cableThe InterBus-S cable is a 6-fold twisted pair cable. It connects the NC multifunction card (X23), and f

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    20NC multifunction cardTechnical handbookNCIO card with 16 inputs/outputsGeneral The NCIO card is used to converse the bus signals of the 9-pole Sub-D connector

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    NC multifunction cardTechnical handbook21Assignment X2212345678 9101112131415161718 19202122232425262728293031323334353637PINSignal name1GND for 24 V Encoder (P

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    22NC multifunction cardTechnical handbook22NC multifunction cardTechnical handbookInstallationThe installation position of the NCIO card in the control housing

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    Voltage supplyNC multifunction cardTechnical handbook23The voltage supply for the NCIO card (+ 5 V) comes directly from the power supply with a standard connect

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    24NC multifunction cardTechnical handbookLWI card with 4 optical inputsGeneral The fiber optic interface card +LWI0101 has 4 optical inputs and is connected to

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    Fieldbus interface cardcincJronpioneering P cC N C

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    3Fieldbus interface cardTechnical handbookTable of contentsRevisions............................................................................................

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    Fieldbus interface cardTechnical handbookGeneralShort description The fieldbus interface card is located on the HMI side of the controller. The card isresponsib

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    Fieldbus interface cardTechnical handbook5Fieldbus interface cardTechnical handbook5NumbersThe fieldbus interface card is currently for two different fieldbus s

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    Illustration: Mounting bracket +PCI0025 (InterBus-S)State displaysLEDStateDesignationRDYOnReady for operationFlashing cyclicBootstraploader activeFlashing irreg

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    Fieldbus interface cardTechnical handbookMounting bracket +PCI0026 (Profibus DP)State displaysLEDStateDesignationRDYOnReady for operationFlashing cyclicBootstra

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    Description and Definition of Interface SignalsV 3.16.01cinclrorf

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    2GeneralInterface Signals2GeneralInterface SignalsVersion DateBe valid forAuthorEditing/IllustrationsTrade markCopyrightValidityPublished byV 3.16.01 12.07.2011

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    GeneralInterface SignalsRevisionsVersionDateAdditions and chanqesInitialsV 3.1005.01.2007Additions:> PLC * CNC Maximum speed 2 / Confirmation maximum speed 2> C

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    5CNC ^ PLCInterface SignalsDescription of Interface Signals from CNC to PLC (Inputs)Drive ready(One input per axis)Definition of Signal Page 301 Signal:The driv

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals6Drive enable 1 Signal:(One input per axis) The controller voltages and the bus voltages (of the drives) are applied and the driveis e

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface SignalsMove command plus(One input per axis)Definition of Signal Page 321 Signal:The axis is commanded to move in positive direction or is mo

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals8CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals8Program in reset state(Program counter = 0)Definition of Signal Page 32Zero return point reached all axesD

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    9CNC ^ PLCInterface SignalsProgram has finishedDefinition of Signal Page 321 Signal:The automatic program has finished without errors.0 Signal:Appears again whe

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    11CNC ^ PLCInterface SignalsGrinding motor verticalDefinition of Signal Page 34PLC input signal for the anlog command GRINDING MOTOR

    ... The

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals12Steady resetPLC input signal for anlog command SWITCH 51 ON or SWITCH 51 OFF.Definition of Signal Page 35Measuring tracerDefinition

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface SignalsV2PLC input signal for anlog command SWITCH 54 ON or SWITCH 54 OFF.Definition of Signal Page 35V3Definition of Signal Page 35PLC input

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals141 Signal:Emergency stop CNCDefinition of Signal Page 35The CNC is in emergency stop condition. Possible causes:> Emergency stop is i

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface SignalsSpecial function 8Definition of Signal Page 35PLC input signal for anlog command SWITCH 30 ON or SWITCH 30 OFF.Special function 7Defin

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals17Positionstrans-formation is activeDefinition of Signal Page 38Acknowledges the switch on position transformation signal. 0 Signal:Po

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals18Tap axes movement activeAcknowledgement for the selection "Tap axes selection request". Precondition is that the signal "CNCtap mode

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals192 bytes are reserved for this value in the setting data. However, lower-order byte only will be output to the SPS. No check concerni

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals21The output results in 2 bytes binary. Possible exchanges between upper byte and lower byte are done by the PLC.M-WordDefinition of S

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals22PLC variablesPLC variables serve to exchange numeric values between the PLC and the CNC in both directions. The CNC is the active pa

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals23Sequence CNC reading:1.2.CNC checks whether "acknowledgement bit PLC variable" = 0. If NOT: wait.CNC writes "Index PLC variables" an

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    24CNC ^ PLCInterface SignalsStrobePLC variablesDefinition of Signal Page 421-signal indicates to the PLC that the CNC wants to transmit variables. After the pro

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals251 Signal:CNC carries out restartDefinition of Signal Page 43Axis transformation activeDefinition of Signal Page 43The CNC carries ou

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals26CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals26Confirmationmaximum speed 2Definition of Signal Page 43Control end position reachedDefinition of Signal

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals27CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals27Collision protection OFFDefinition of Signal Page 43Spindle number n switched onDefinition of Signal Pag

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals28CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals28Machine position activeDefinition of Signal Page 44Rotation switched onDefinition of Signal Page 44LineS

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals29CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals29G&M code H parameterDefinition of Signal Page 44Axis code modifier bit status class 2Definition of Signa

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals30Definition of Interface Signals from CNC to PLC (Inputs)S = Description of the signal see page* = Symbol not defined• = Signal cur

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals31Inputs (#4)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.AxTw.A0%IW4Realtime state 2 axis A6As.AxTw.X1Realtime state 2 axis X6As.AxTw.Z2Realtime state 2

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals32Inputs (#8)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.AxPl.A0%IW8Axis A move command plus7As.AxPl.X1Axis X move command plus7As.AxPl.Z2Axis Z move co

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals33Inputs (#12)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.AxRz.A0%IW12Axis A relative zero reached8As.AxRz.X1Axis X relative zero reached8As.AxRz.Z2Axis

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals34Inputs (#16)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.AxZp.A0%IW16Axis A zero return point reached10As.AxZp.X1Axis X zero return point reached10As.A

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals35Inputs (#20)SymbolBitAddressSignalS%0%IX20.0End terminal B [SWITCH 37, Port 29, Bit 0]12%1%IX20.1End terminal C [SWITCH 45, Port 29,

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals36Free assignable inputs of the PLCInputs (#24)SymbolAddressSignalSAs.P13_By%IB24anlog output byte 1315Inputs (#25)SymbolAddressSignal

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals37Inputs (#32)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.PthSw.D00%IW32Path switch 016As.PthSw.D11Path switch 116As.PthSw.D22Path switch 216As.PthSw.D3

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals38Inputs (#36)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.AxMi.A0%IW36Axis A move command minus7As.AxMi.X1Axis X move command minus7As.AxMi.Z2Axis Z mov

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals39Inputs (#40)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.Softkey.D00%IW40Soft key activation D018As.Softkey.D11Soft key activation D118As.Softkey.D22So

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals40Inputs (#43)SymbolAddressSignalS*0%IX43.0Spark gap controNer status: Generator ready-*1%IX43.1Spark gap controNer status: Generator

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals41Inputs NC-process 0 (#53)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.MWrdMod0%IX53.0M-word modification bit process 020As.SWrdMod1%IX53.1S-word modifi

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals42Inputs (#68)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.PLCRVar.StatIndex%IB68Status byte with 3 bit index240%IX68.0Index PLC variables D8241%IX68.1In

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals43Inputs (#78)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.OpMdSpTap0%IX78.0CNC operation mode spindle tap24As.Restart1%IX78.1CNC carries out restart25As

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals44Inputs (#84) (#85)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.SprkForCnt%IW84Electrical discharge statistics: Counter of forward signals in 100 ms27No

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals45Inputs NC-process 1 (#100)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.MWrdMod_P10%IX100.0M-word modification bit process 120As.SWrdMod_P11%IX100.1S-wo

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals46Inputs NC-process 2 (#115)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.MWrdMod_P20%IX115.0M-word modification bit process 220As.SWrdMod_P21%IX115.1S-wo

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals47Inputs NC-process 3 (#130)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.MWrdMod_P30%IX130.0M-word modification bit process 320As.SWrdMod_P31%IX130.1S-wo

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals48Inputs (#145)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.AxStaWrdBit3.A0%IW145Drive status word Bit 3 axis AAs.AxStaWrdBit3.X1Drive status word Bit 3

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals49Inputs NC-process 4 (#147)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.MWrdMod_P40%IX147.0M-word modification bit process 420As.SWrdMod_P41%IX147.1S-wo

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals50Inputs NC-process 5 (#162)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.MWrdMod_P50%IX162.0M-word modification bit process 520As.SWrdMod_P51%IX162.1S-wo

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals51Inputs NC-process 6 (#177)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.MWrdMod_P60%IX177.0M-word modification bit process 620As.SWrdMod_P61%IX177.1S-wo

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals52Inputs NC-process 7 (#192)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.MWrdMod_P70%IX192.0M-word modification bit process 720As.SWrdMod_P71%IX192.1S-wo

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals53Inputs (#218-241)SymbolAddressTypeSignalSAs.ActPos.A%ID218DINTActual position axis A (previous symbol As.ActPosAxA)29As.ActPos.X%ID2

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    CNC ^ PLCInterface Signals54Inputs (#256-319)SymbolAddressSignalSAs.SercPar.A%ID256Cyclic SERCOS parameters A axis (prev. symb. As.SercParAxA)29As.SercPar.X%ID2

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    56PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals1 Signal:Operation mode MDIDefinition of Signal Page 80Operation mode MDI selection. This operation mode is confirmed by PLC input o

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals570 to 1 change:Cycle startDefinition of Signal Page 80Cycle stopDefinition of Signal Page 80Rapid traverse movement selectionDefiniti

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    58PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals1 Signal:0.001, 0.01, 0.1, 1Definition of Signal Page 81Variable incrementsDefinition of Signal Page 80Selection of a fixed amount o

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals59Selection to set the CNC zero point or movement to the CNC zero point of one axis. One axis must be selected. This function is done

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals61PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals61V-Spindle rotational directionDefinition of Signal Page 82V-Spindle onDefinition of Signal Page 82T-Word

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals63Note: For applications in which no fast response of the direct hardware input signals of the CNC is required, the signals can be red

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    64PLC ^ CNCInterface SignalsAxis index coding 0...15 for position/temperaturecompensationAxis index coding takes place in bits D0-D3. The assignment can be seen

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals65Auswahl:Position/temperaturecompensationvalueDefinition of Signal Page 87Position shiftingHandling of correction values in the CNC:I

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    66PLC ^ CNCInterface SignalsSelection:Temperature correction, dependent from positionThe temperature compensation takes place in the drive. The CNC generates th

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals67Selection:Temperature correction factor, independent from positionThe temperature compensation takes place in the drive. The CNC gen

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    68PLC ^ CNCInterface SignalsThis signal only takes effect in the operating mode „Manual", if an automatic program has been interrupted. The axis movements whi

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals69A synchronous axis system consists of one leading axis and one, two or three sequence axes. Two axis systems can be defined with ent

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    70PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals1 Signal:Collision protection in manual mode offDefinition of Signal Page 83Collision protection will be switched off. The collision

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals71The PLC configuration data is stored in the controller's EEPROM. There are two sets of 20 bytes. The first 20 bytes do not have a pa

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    72PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals72PLC ^ CNCInterface SignalsAcknowledgement bit PLC variablePLC variablesWith 1-signal the PLC acknowledges the processing of the PL

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals73Condition:Spindle 1-4 start manuallyDefinition of Signal Page 89Spindle 1-4 direction manuallyDefinition of Signal Page 89Generator

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals75PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals75Tap axes selection requestDefinition of Signal Page 89CNC tap mode resetDefinition of Signal Page 89Sele

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface SignalsGenerator signals(Output)These two ports are for internal entries of the generator states.Definition of Signal Page 90irs=The output s

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals79Definition of Interface Signals from PLC to CNC (Outputs)S = Description of the signal see page* = Symbol not defined• = Signal cu

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    80PLC ^ CNCInterface SignalsOutputs (#54)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAc.AxFr.A0%QW260A axis feed release55Ac.AxFr.X1X axis feed release55Ac.AxFr.Z2Z axis feed releas

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals81Outputs (#58)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAc.AxSe.A0%QW264Axis A selected57Ac.AxSe.X1Axis X selected57Ac.AxSe.Z2Axis Z selected57Ac.AxSe.Y

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    82PLC ^ CNCInterface SignalsOutputs (#64)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAc.Sp1Stop0%QX270.0Spindle 1 set to zero revolutions60Ac.Sp2Stop1%QX270.1Spindle 2 set to zero r

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals83Outputs (#69)SymbolAddressSignalSAc.ExtPgNr%QB275External program number68Outputs (#70)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAc.Gantryi0%QX276.0Swi

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    84PLC ^ CNCInterface SignalsFree assignable outputs of the PLCOutputs (#73)SymbolAddressSignalSAc.P9_By%QB279anlog input byte 962Outputs (#74)SymbolAddressSigna

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals8510_interface_signals_andronic_v3.16.01.doc cindron

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals86Outputs (#91)SymbolAddressSignalS*%QB297reservedOutputs (#92)Direct CNCIO 's in the PLC interfaceSymbolAddressSignalSAc.NCIO.Probe0%

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals87Outputs (#99)SymbolAddressSignalS*%QB305reservedOutputs (#100)SymbolAddressSignalSAc.PL.Cmnd%QB306PLC to PC command byte 0Outputs (#

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    88PLC ^ CNCInterface SignalsOutputs (#110)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAc.Softkey.D00%QB316Softkey acknowledgement Bit D071Ac.Softkey.D11Softkey acknowledgement Bit D

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals89Outputs (#114)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAs.PLCsVar.Status%QB320Status byte720%QX320.0Acknowledgement bit PLC variable721%QX320.1Error b

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    90PLC ^ CNCInterface SignalsOutputs (#127)SymbolBitAddressSignalS*0%QX333.0Plate position76*1•*2•*3•*4•*5•*6•*7•Note: Only for EDM controlsOutputs

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    PLC ^ CNCInterface Signals91Outputs (#130)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAc.RstT.D00%QW336PC timer 0 reset bit D077Ac.RstT.D11PC timer 1 reset bit D177Ac.RstT.D22PC tim

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    Hardware inputs CNCInterface Signals92Outputs NC-process 4 (#134)SymbolBitAddressSignalSAc.MWd_ConfP40%QX340.0M-word confirmation bit process 462Ac.SWd_ConfP41%

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    Hardware inputs CNCInterface signals93Hardware input signals of the CNCONLY andronic 2060 The following signals are direct inputs of the CNC. Connection is poss

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    Hardware inputs CNCInterface Signals94Emergency stop 1 Signal:Normal state.0 Signal:Emergency stop active. All movements are aborted and automatic program switc

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    IndexInterface Signals96IndexDirect CNC IOs on PLC interface 63 Direction PLC variables 24Door 2 open 12Drive enable 6, 55Drive ready 5EEmergency stop CNC 14 Em

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    IndexInterface Signals andronic 2060/306097LineSearch - Start Enable 78 LineSearch activation - Start enable 78LineSearch operating status activated 28MM1/ M2 1

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    IndexInterface Signals98Synchronous axis system 1/2 active 16TTailstock 11Tap axes movement active 18 Tap axes selection request 75Timer 0, 1, 2 18Transparent d

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    Error Messagescinclron

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    Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronic2Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronic2Version DateAuthorEditing/IllustrationsToolsTrade markCopyrightValidityPubli

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    3Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicTable of ContentsREVISIONS............................................................................................

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    Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicRevisionsVersionDateAdditions and changesV 4.1121.01.2000Revised editionV 4.1228.03.2000New error messages: Error group

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    5Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicError Group 1Number DescriptionPseudo error number of the presentation ofversion9 9 9 9 9 Version 4.xx.00, DateError n

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    6Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicFLP errorNo.Description200Overflow conversion FLP -> integer permitted scope for integer numbers:-2147483648 <= intege

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    Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicErrors which occur in the interpretation of theautomatic program codeNo.Description300False programming of andron progr

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    8Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description308Error in the code of the operation program.(I.e. in the code which was generated in the programming s

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    9Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description32 1Spline speed number not defined.323Contour or point numbers defined several times.325In the calculat

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    10Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description350Subroutine error: Error in the "nesting":> The block nesting is too big, e.g. with UP call, REPET lo

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    11Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description368Input error with circle definition: e.g. the radius has choosen too small. Initial resp. rotary angl

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    12Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicRun errorsNo.Description396When using two-dimensional fields the area limit was exceeded. Illegal writing/reading acc

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    13Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description44 3Error when switching over the automatic clamping.444Automatic mode not available because not all ax

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    14Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description4 7 1Threading:Traveling not possible because of poor data preparation.412Threading:Travel not possible

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    15Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicErrors related to the automatic runNo.Description500No start enable50!No start enable due to exchange/removal of dong

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    16Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description5 3TDouble assignment of the parallel interface on the MIO board This interface is entered as a PLC int

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    17Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description561Command not supported in FlexProg> command under construction> command removed568anlog code in EIPD

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    18Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description600Reading error when requesting an ident file60 1Ident file requested by the automatic program not exi

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    19Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description642The file with the firmware for the DSP card is of invalid length.643There are invalid characters in

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    20Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description666Number of axes too large for G26 transformation (n <= 3)667Error while processing the current data r

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    21Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description700One axis did not reach destination increment7 16Error information from drive A - axisrnError informa

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    22Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description138Emergency off due to error in the communication MIO to NC.139MIO board is needed for this function.R

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    23Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicAxes set specific errorNo.Description799Restarting the continuous reloading (IPD) after an interruption is not possib

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    24Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description4000Start error number for error messages of the PLS card400 1Fibre optic ring to PLC interrupted.4002N

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    25Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicError numbers for special versionsFatal errors in the NCNo.Description1000Warning:Trouble-free work is not possible o

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    26Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicError Group 2User errorsNo.DescriptionThis involves the error display with the EXIT command, e.g. "EXIT 7" causes the

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    27Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicError Group 6SERCOS and drive error messagesNo.Description1More than 4 SERCOS rings are installed.2Defective SERCOS r

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    28Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo.Description62SERCOS-command cannot executed by the drive.63Drive inactive. One of the axes, which are defined in t

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    29Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicDrive error massagesNo.Description2000 1Service channel not opened.20009Incorrect access to element 0.2 100 1Ident-Nu

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    30Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicError Group 7SERCOS error messagesNo.Description0SERCOS error message of the A-axis1SERCOS error message of the X-axi

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    31Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronic31Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicNo. DescriptionError Group 80 Error at SERCOS parameter...No. DescriptionE

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    Error MessagesTechnical Handbook andronicError Group 22No. Description10 Error in automatic program. Nesting depth isError Group 100No. Description...-axis: Dif

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    2Spe HelpVersionV 1.0Date09.03.2004AuthorBogerEditing/IllustrationsRuppanerToolsThis documentation was created with Microsoft Word 2000 and Adobe Illustrator.Tr

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    3Spe HelpTable of contentsRevisionslist..................................................................................................4Introduction..........

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    Spe HelpSpe HelpRevisionslistVersionDateAdditions and changesInitialsV editionRUcinclronDruck_SpeENU.doc

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    5Spe HelpIntroductionSERCOS drives have numerous parameters through which the performance of the drive can be adapted to the requirements of each machine. The "

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    6Spe HelpOperating the programProgram menuThe program menu is reached by pressing the left Alt key or by clicking one of the menu entries. Within the menu, the

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    Spe HelpSpe HelpThe main window of the application is divided into two areas.On the left side of the window, you see the various parameter groups in a treelike

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    8Spe HelpExplanatory text is displayed in the status bar similar to context-sensitive help (mainly when navigating through the program menu).Druck_SpeENU.doccin

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    9Spe HelpProgram functionsOperating modesAmong operating modes, a distinction is made between the operating mode "Online" and the operating mode "Offline". When

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    10Spe HelpIf the attributes differ, the transfer is deferred. At the end, an attempt is made once again to transfer all deferred parameters to the drive.Error m

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    11Spe HelpThe search function starts after entering the search criteria and confirming the dialog with the "Find key". If a parameter fits the criteria, it is a

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    12Spe HelpEdit parametersEditing parametersTo modify a parameter value...• select the corresponding entry in the parameter list and press the ENTER key.• or

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    13Spe HelpRestoring a versionAs long as the parameters have not yet been saved, you have the possibility to restore the stored version of your parameters. The c

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    14Spe HelpImport / export parametersGeneral informationAlternatively to transferring or saving specified identification number lists, specific parameters can al

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    15Spe HelpNew ListA new parameter list is created.XDelete parameter (DEL)The selected parameter is removed from the Import/Export list.feiPasteThe parameters re

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    Spe Help16Output windowError messages and notations from the various program functions are displayed in the output window. You can switch between the main windo

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    17Spe Help17Spe Helpare still invalid in communication phase 3.Transfer control of drive to control unitIf the parameters of an axis are loaded into the editor

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    18Spe HelpDescription System ParameterS-0-0001, NC Cycle time (TNcyc)The NC cycle time indicates the time intervals between new command values being made availa

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    19Spe HelpS-0-0005, Minimum feedback acquisition time (T4min)This is the minimum time requirement between feedback-value acquisition and the end of the master s

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    20Spe HelpThus, the master can set the same "command valid time" for all drives that work together. The drive activates the "command valid time" beginning withc

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    21Spe Help12 Communication error13 Position limit has been exceeded14 reserved15 Manufacturer errorS-0-0012, Class 2 diagnostics Function: Shutdown warningWhen

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    22Spe HelpS-0-0014, Interface statusThe current communications phase can be queried via the first three bits ( 0, 1, 2 ):0010b: The drive is in parameter mode01

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    23Spe Help3 0- Position feedback 1 (Motor feedback)1 - Position feedback 2 (external)Telegrams:Bit0-2:MDT:AT:0VZ 0No cyclical dataNo cyclical data1VZ 1DF1:S-0-0

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    24Spe Helplisted ident-numbers are correct, the transition command can be acquitted positive, and the transition to communications phase 3 canbe allowed.S-0-001

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    25Spe HelpIf the configured telegram is set in S-0-0015, Telegram type parameter, then the configurable data record in the MDT will be configured application-sp

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    26Spe HelpS-0-0030, Manufacturer versionThe version of the drive firmware can be read from this parameter as plain text. The structure of the manufacturer versi

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    _Spe Help27You can choose between working with position control without following (lag) error or with following error in bit 3.The following applies to bit 3:Bi

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    28Spe HelpThe mode of operation defined in this parameter will be activated in the drive when• The primary mode of operation is selected in the master control

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    S-0-0041, Homing velocity29Spe HelpThe product of S-0-0041, Homing velocity and S-0-0108, Feedrate override determines the velocity for the S-0-0148, Drive cont

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    S-0-0044, Velocity data scaling type30Spe HelpVarious scaling types can be defined for the velocity data in the drive.Examples: RPM-> rotarymm/min -> linearPara

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    S-0-0046, Velocity data scaling exponent31Spe HelpThe scaling exponent for all velocity data in the drive is determined in this parameter.S-0-0047, Position com

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    32Spe HelpS-0-0051, Position feedback 1 value shows the value of S-0-0052, Reference distance 1.S-0-0053, Position feedback 2 valuePosition feedback value 2 rep

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    33Spe HelpThe polarity of the position must be determined during the first setup of an axis before establishing a zero reference for the measurement systems, be

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    34Spe Helpfollowing error| < Position window &&|act. speed| < Standstill window (S-0-0124)^ bit 6 in S-0-0182, Manufacturer class 3 diagnostics• Status In_Tar

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    7Spe Help0: to the motor shaft 1: to the loadProcessing format8-150: absolute 1: moduloreservedIn Bit 3 it can be selected between preferred scaling and paramet

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    36Spe HelpThe value can be converted to a torque or force value by multiplying the command current by the torque/force constant (P-0-0051).S-0-0084, Torque/Forc

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    37Spe HelpS-0-0086, Torque/force data scaling typeAt present, only the percentage scaling for torque/force data is supported.The following applies: 100 % = S-0-

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    38Spe Help100 % = Motor current at standstillS-0-0093, Torque/force data scaling factorThe scaling factor for all torque/force data in the drive is set in this

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    39Spe HelpWhen changes are made to the masked early warnings, the Class 2 diagnostic change bit will be set in the drive status.The mask has no effect on the op

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    40Spe Helptime in which the integral component of the current command value is growing on the value of the proportional component.The value of the time axis for

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    41Spe HelpS-0-0108, Feedrate overrideThe feedrate override acts on drive controlled operation modes and motion commands, like• S-0-0148, C600 Drive controlled

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    42Spe HelpS-0-0112, Amplifier nominal currentAllowable continuous current output for the drive controller. The value will be set by the drive itself.S-0-0113, M

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    Spe HelpSpe HelpFor absolute measurement systems with data memory, bit 6 is set automatically.S-0-0116, Feedback 1 resolutionDepending on parameter P-0-4014, Mo

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    44Spe HelpS-0-0122 : 2S-X-0124, Standstill windowThe motors standstill is an indication that the velocity feedback value, (S-0-0040) has reached below the pre-d

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    Spe Help45S-0-0134, Master control wordIf a bus interface is present (SERCOS-Interface, Profibus-DP, Interbus, CAN, ...), the master control word is transmitted

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    Spe Help46Setting and enabling the command Parking Axis switches off all the monitoring functions related to the measurement system.This affects position contro

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    47Spe HelpThe version of the SERCOS interface specifications is found in the operating data.Current valid settings:V 01.02:V 01.01:VSERCOS updateGerman/EnglishV

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    Spe Help481: The drive is at reference pointS-0-0148, C600 Drive controlled homing procedure commandWhen this command is set and enabled, the drive switches aut

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    Spe Help49This parameter starts the spindle positioning function. The command is processed via the drive-internal position control loop. The drive positionsauto

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    Spe Help50S-X-0159, Monitoring windowWhen an operating mode with internal position control is activated in the drive, the position loop is monitored. Therefore,

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    Spe Help51When parameter scaling is set in S-0-0160, Acceleration data scaling type,the scaling factor for all of the acceleration data in the drive is determin

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    Spe Help52S-0-0178, Absolute distance 2The parameter is used for the homing procedure of a distance coded external feedback. It describes the offset between the

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    Spe Help54Setting and enabling the command Cancel reference point clears the bit S-0-0403, Position feedback value status in the drive.The command correctly com

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    55Spe HelpS-0-0204, Motor shutdown temperatureIf the motor temperature exceeds the motor shutdown temperature, then the motor overtemperature bit in S-0-0011, C

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    Spe Help_56S-X-0222, Spindle positioning speedMaximum speed during the spindle positioning procedure.S-0-0254, Actual parameter setThe currently active actual p

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    57Spe HelpThe target position is assigned to the drive as a command value by the controller in the operating modes with drive-controlled interpolation.The drive

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    58Spe Help• 2: French• 3: Spanish• 4: ItalianS-0-0269, Parameter buffer modeThe Parameter buffer mode is used to determine whether the data transmitted th

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    3Spe Help4-50: metric 1: inchDirection of movement 0: not1: invertedreserved6-7Absolute readoutx 0: No absolute readout possible (Bit 7 irrelevant)0 1: Absolute

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    Spe Help60parameter (S-0-0277 or S-0-0115). If the parametrized maximum travel range is greater than the absolute numerical range of the usedencoder, then the b

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    Spe Help61S-0-0305, Allocation of real-time status bit 1In order to assign a signal to the real-time status bit 1, the ID number of the signal is written to the

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    Spe Help62und wird gesetzt, wenn sich der Geschwindigkeits-Istwert innerhalb des Stillstandsfensters (s-0-0124) befindet.Im Betriebsdatum ist nur das Bit 0 defi

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    Spe Help63S-0-0347, Speed deviationParameter S-0-0347 indicates the difference between the velocity command value and the velocity feedback value in the velocit

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    Spe Help64S-0-0360, MDT Data container AIn the parameter S-0-0360, MDT Data container A, the master transfers the data of the target parameter which has been ad

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    65Spe HelpS-0-0370, Configuration list for MDT data containerIn the parameter S-0-0370, Configuration list MDT-data container, those ident numbers (IDN) are ent

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    Spe Help66S-0-0379, Encoder 2, absolute rangeParameter S-0-0379, Absolute encoder 2, range defines the range in which the encoder selected in P-0-0075, Feedback

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    67Spe HelpThe monitoring can be turned off by writing 0 to this parameter.S-0-0393, Command value modeParameter structure:Meaning:Bits:Mode0-10 0: shortest way0

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    Spe Help68When the drive performs the commands S-0-0148, C600 Drive controlled homing procedure or P-0-0012, C300 Command 'Set absolutemeasurement', the bit wil

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    69Spe HelpThis value comes from the feedback data memory. With the Basic Load procedure, the S-7-xxxx parameters are copied into the S-0-xxxx parameters.S-7-010

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    Spe Help70S-7-0116, Resolution of feedback 1Value in the feedback memory for resolution of the motor encoder.This value comes from the feedback data memory. Wit

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    71Spe HelpAppendixShortcut keysShortcut keys can be used to carry out certain program functions or to navigate between program windows.Function barin order to .

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    Spe Help72Version 1.00.02 from November 13, 2003• First delivered version.Druck_SpeENU.doccinclron

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    73Spe HelpIndexIIndex 74RRevisionslist 4Druck_SpeENU.doccincJron

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    3Wprom HelpTable of ContentsRevision list..................................................................................................4Introduction........

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    Wprom HelpWprom HelpRevision listVersionDateComplements and alterationsSymbolV editionRUDruck_WpromENU.doccinclron

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    5Wprom HelpIntroductionAll the parameters necessary to operate the NC kernel are stored in an E2prom in the control unit. By means of the parameters, the NC ker

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    6Wprom Helpthe program status, certain menu entries could be deactivated. Deactivated function (light grey entries) can be clicked upon, but they do not cause a

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    Wprom HelpA parameter group can be selected either with the cursor keys or by clicking on it with the left mouse key. If the name of a group is represented with

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    8Wprom HelpIt is possible to switch between the two operating modes at all times. If the program is in the "Online" mode, changing over to the "Offline" mode is

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    Wprom Help9search function displays the text, "End of parameter list exceeded" in the status line of the program.Comparing axis parametersThe "Compare axis para

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    10Wprom HelpThe new value must lie within the input limits defined for the parameter. If this is not the case, the new entry will be refused with the output of

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    11Wprom HelpNow make all the required settings for the new axis and confirm with the OK key.Note:The settings given in the dialog window are furthered to the ax

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    12Wprom HelpThe Import/Export window is automatically opened as soon as a function for exporting parameters is carried out (see "Exporting parameters"). Alterna

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    13Wprom Help13Wprom Helpquestion is prompted if the parameter list compiled should be discarded._Exporting parametersThe parameters to be exported must first be

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    14Wprom HelpThe ID, the current value and the corresponding axis or allocated parameter group are displayed of each parameter. Double clicking with the left mou

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    _Wprom Help15E-0-0002 - Feeding speed setupFunction:Defining the speed in JOG mode.The speed applied by the PLC is selected under "Manual operation" and "Speed

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    16Wprom Helpfrom all axes.Unit:mm/min. or degrees/minMin. input value: 0.00Max. input value: 1.0E+38Note:The speed applies to 100% override.E-0-0008 - No. of pa

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    17Wprom Helpreferencing, without setting it again.Also with this setting, automatic programs can be started from any control position desired.Unit:Min. input va

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    18Wprom HelpUnit:msMin. input value: Max. input value:0.50500.00Note:This value is automatically set in the NC block to be equal to the contour smoothing time c

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    19Wprom HelpFunction:To smoothen instable NC block input data, G01 elements can be smoothened within a specifiedtolerance range, with the aim of attaining smoot

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    20Wprom HelpMin. input value:0.0Max. input value:1.0E+38Note:The acceleration in a contour is given by the minimum limit value of the currently used axis and th

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    21Wprom HelpE-0-0031 - Hand wheel time constantFunction:This time constant causes a filtering of the in-coming handwheel counting values.Unit:msMin. input value

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    22Wprom Helptarget position (E-0-1003) before the "reference approach for all axes".Unit: -Min. input value:-Max. input value:-Note:This function should only be

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    25Wprom HelpE-0-0102 - No. of integer manual parametersFunction:Defines the number of available manual integer parameters (MIP).Unit:Min. input value: 0Max. inp

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    26Wprom HelpDefines the number of available FLP (floating point) variables (FV).Function:Unit:Min. input value: 0Max. input value: 4096Note: The number of the I

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    27Wprom Help(ACV).Unit: -Min. input value:0Max. input value: 80Note: The number of the ICV's, FCV's and ACV's, as well asthe length of the ACV's is usually 80.

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    28Wprom HelpMin. input value: 0Max. input value: 80Note: The number of the ICV's, FCV's and ACV's, as well asthe length of the ACV's is usually 80. The paramete

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    _Wprom Help 29the spindle speed set in MIP[4] and the current spindle override in MIP[3].E-0-0149 - Zero speed window for V spindleFunction:Definition of the ze

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    30Wprom HelpFunction:Definition of the SERCOS transmission rate.Unit:Min. input value: Max. input value:Note:MBaudE-0-0185 to E-0-0188 - SERCOS baud rate (NCM c

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    _Wprom Help 3132mA = light conductor > 40 m 24mA = light conductor between 20m and 40m16mA = light conductor between 5m and 20m8mA = light conductor between 0.1

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    Wprom HelpE-0-0360 to E-0-0379 - PLC configuration (DW21 to DW40)Function:In case the PLC configuration is enabled under "Enable", these data words (16 bits eac

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    33Wprom HelpMin. input value: -Max. input value:-Note:E-0-0403 - Enable: Handwheel + 01Function: Enablingtheincrement'01'fortheelectronichandwheel.Unit: -Min. i

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    34 Wprom Help_Function: Set this entry to 'Yes' when using a built-in DSP boardin your control unit.Unit: -Min. input value:-Max. input value:-Note:E-0-0412 - P

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    _Wprom Help 35Global parameters - erodingIn the tables below, you will see all global eroding parameters in the control unit.E-0-0500 - Maximum path during prob

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    36 Wprom Help_E-0-0503 - Rotation speedFunction:Defining the rotation speed in manual operation (eroding).Unit:rpmMin. input value: Max. input value:0.01.0E+38N

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    37Wprom HelpNote:Control unit with eroding capability (Exeron, HMC)E-0-0507 - Spark-out read-in timeFunction:Spark-out read-in time (eroding)Unit:1/10 msMin. in

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    Wprom Help38Note: The speed applies to 100% override.The "Speed parameter set 1" is usually first enabled by the PLC after having established the dimensionalref

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    39Wprom HelpMax. input value: 1.0E+38Note:E-0-1004 - Modulo axisFunction: Enter 'YES' here when the axis involved should be amodulo axis.A modulo axis is an axi

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    41Wprom HelpE-0-1010 - Axis limitationFunction:Absolute speed limit of an axis in Hz.The value is calculated for linear axes from the desired maximum speed in m

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    Wprom Help42E-0-1013 - Reading drive status of actual position value during initializationFunction: When 'YES' is entered here, the external measuringsystem for

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    43Wprom HelpE-0-1016 - Follower axis in the synchronous group 2 Function:Follower axis in synchronous group 2Unit: -Min. input value:-Max. input value:-Note:Whe

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    Wprom Help44approach in the drive.E-0-1019 - Software end switch upper limitFunction:Here the upper limit of the allowed travel range is entered.Unit: mm/min or

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    45Wprom Helpinput 1.Unit: -Min. input value:-Max. input value:-Note:For this axis, "configured telegram" must be enteredunder telegram type E-0-1027).E-0-1024 -

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    Wprom Help46Note: For this axis, "configured telegram" must be enteredunder telegram type (E-0-1027).E-0-1027 - Telegramm typeFunction: Here you specify if a co

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    _Wprom Help 47E-0-1030 - Maximum admissible jerkFunction:Axis-specific jerk limit value.Unit:mm/s2 or degrees/s2Min. input value: Max. input value:0.00011.0E+38

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    Wprom Help48Min. input value: -1.0E+37Max. input value: 1.0E+38Note: Travelling to start position is only carried out in the casethat YES has been entered for a

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    _Wprom Help 49E-0-1037 - Start position before reference point approachFunction:This starting position is approached before referencing with manual rapid motion

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    Wprom Help50AppendixShortcut keys and symbols Shortcut keysShortcut keys can be used to carry out certain program functions or to navigate between program windo

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    Wprom Help51This symbolmeans ...t+The parameter is invalid. The value of the parameter lies beyondits defined value range(minimum/maximum).&The parameter may al

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    Wprom Help52Version 1.00.05 from April 02, 2003• First delivery versioncinclronDruck_WpromENU.doc

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    Wprom Help53IndexAOAxis-specific parameter 37 Axis-specific parameter - eroding49EEdit parameters 9 Exporting parameters 13GGlobal parameters 14 Global paramete

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    Setup Soft PLCcincJronpioneering P cCnc

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    3Setup Soft PLCTechnical handbookTable of contentsRevisions.....................................................................................................

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    Setup Soft PLCTechnical handbookTarget settingsTo do the settings start the Soft PLC (CoDeSys) on the desktop for your control. On the register card resources y

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    5Setup Soft PLCTechnical handbookChange the entry configuration as shown on the picture below. If this is not possible, first of all the target system must be i

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    6Setup Soft PLCTechnical handbookRegister card General Change the settings as displayed below.Illustration: GeneralRegister card Network Change the settings as

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    Setup Soft PLCTechnical handbookSetup Soft PLCTechnical handbookLibrary settingsTo add a library select the desired and execute with a right click. To delete a

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    Setup Soft PLCTechnical handbook8Change the settings as displayed below.Task configurationIllustration: Task configurationTo ensure a cyclic utilization of the

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    Change the settings as displayed below.9Setup Soft PLCTechnical handbookReal Time Kernel settingsRegister card DiagnosticIllustration: Diagnostic•1This settin

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    10Setup Soft PLCTechnical handbookRegister card Startup Change the settings as displayed below.Illustration: Startupcinclron13a_setup_soft_plc.doc

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    Register card Config Change the settings as displayed below.Setup Soft PLCTechnical handbook11Register card Ext. configIllustration: ConfigChange the settings a

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    Change the settings as displayed below.12Setup Soft PLCTechnical handbookRegister card AccessIllustration: AccessRegister card IO DriversChange the settings as

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    SoftwareSolutionsDocumentation for OEMs:CoDeSys SP RTERealtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPDocument Version 2.2Page 1 of 35© 3S - Smart Software Solut

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPCONTENT1. OVERVIEW41.1 What does "real time extension” mean?41.2 The System in Detail52 OPERATION VIA THE SERVIC

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP6.1 General266.2 Task specific watchdog266.3 Microseconds as time base266.4 Freewheeling task266.5 System events27

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP1. OverviewIn this document it is assumed that the reader is familiar with the fundamental behaviour and functions

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP1.2 The System in DetailThe kernel of the realtime extension (short RTE) consists of two parts: A system service,

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP2 Operation via the Service IconSee the user menu (right mouse button) of the RTE Icon in the task bar:S tart Syst

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP2.1 The System MenuSelect the item System in the user menu to get the following dialog:In the following the partic

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP• "Datasize of bootproject too big." : See "Bootproject too big".• "Could not relocate bootproject." : The boo

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP2.1.2 StartupConfigure here the startup behaviour of the PLC.The options:Start the RTE basic systemservice when bo

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP2.1.3 ConfigConfiguration of some basic settings:• Outputhandling: If option Enable forcing outputs on STOP is a

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP2.1.4 Ext. ConfigExtended configuration options. These settings are system specific and should not be modified wit

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP• The setting Retain are saved to file on exit does not require a special hardware. But this optionpresumes that

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPIn Password Level you must enter a password and confirm it in Confirm password.2.1.6 IO DriversHere you can co

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPThe assignment of the IO addresses used in the PLC program is either done in the PLC configuration in CoDeSys (onl

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPRealtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPtech doc e.doc / V1.13 The 3S Standard IO DriversRegard: As soon as

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPIf you are using PC bus versions and manual configuration (AutoDetection = 0), consider that the address of the ca

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPIn case of an error during the execution the first byte of the read-buffer (only when using READ) the error code f

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPCheck the success of the job using the output STATE of the FB.When executing a READ-job, the error codes are writt

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP3.3 IO driver RTIOdrvCP5613.sysThe RTIOdrvCP5613 works with the Siemens Profibus master CP5613.The driver needs a

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP- OutLen = 64- PysAddrIn = C0000- PhysAddrOut = C00403.5 IO driver RTIOdrvApplicomThis driver can work with Applic

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPTo use such a card on an XP/Win2000-System, first install the card physically and then install the .inf-file from

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPBit 7: ERR_MY_INT_ISUSED No free interrupt vector could be found..Bit 8: ERR_NO_FREE_INT_FOUND like 7Bit 9: ERR_TI

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP4 CommunicationThe programming system CoDeSys can communicate with the RTE in two ways:• via the Shared Memory d

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP5 System Diagnosis5.1 Bus diagnosis of the IO driversAll IO drivers are cyclically requested to fill the following

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP6 The Task Configuration together with CoDeSys V2.3CoDeSys V2.3 for CoDeSys SP RTE supports an extended task confi

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP6.5 System eventsWithin the task configuration, system events can be connected with function calls (callbacks) to

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP7 System librariesTogether with CoDeSys SP RTE some system libraries can be used. The use of them is shown in the

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP7.4 SysLibFile.libTo work with the PC’s file system, use SysLibFile. The following functions from SysLibFile are

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPAfter this call, syst contains a 64-bit value that represents the time in ps since booting.(Remark: To compute tim

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP8 Behaviour in case of runtimeerrorsThere are some different reasons, which lead to a cycle-stop of the user appli

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XP9 APPENDIX9.1 The Registry Entries used by the Runtime SystemThe registry key RegKeyRuntime will be found at:\\HKE

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPNamePossible ValuesMeaningRetainSizeTotal size of the retain data (in physical address, resp.size of area which sh

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    Realtime Runtime System for Windows NT/2000/XPIn the subkey RegKeyRuntime “IO Drivers" you will find a list of IO drivers. The names of the drivers can be giv