Series 0i - Model A Maintenance manual Page 123

Maintenance manual
B63505EN/02
2. HARDWARE
105
(1)Pull the latches of the module socket outwards. (Fig.(a))
(2)Pull out the module upward. (Fig.(b))
(1)Insert the new module board diagonally with BSIDE outward.
(Fig.(b))
(2)While pushing on the upper edge of the module board, raise it until it
is locked. (Fig.(c))
Be sure to push both upper edges of the module board with your
thumbs.
Do not push the center of the module board.
(a)
No.1 pin
(b)
(c)
CAUTION
Do not touch the contact pad on the module board or parts
installed on it inadvertently.
2.4.2
How to Replace the
Modules
2.4.2.1
Removing
2.4.2.2
Insertion

Contents Summary of Series 0i - Model A Maintenance manual

  • Page 1MAINTENANCE MANUAL B-63505EN/02
  • Page 2Ȧ No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form. Ȧ All specifications and designs are subject to change without notice. In this manual we have tried as much as possible to describe all the various matters. However, we cannot describe all the matters which must not be done, or which cannot be
  • Page 3SAFETY PRECAUTIONS This section describes the safety precautions related to the use of CNC units. It is essential that these precautions be observed by users to ensure the safe operation of machines equipped with a CNC unit (all descriptions in this section assume this configuration). CNC maintenanc
  • Page 4SAFETY PRECAUTIONS B–63505EN/02 1 DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTE This manual includes safety precautions for protecting the maintenance personnel (herein referred to as the user) and preventing damage to the machine. Precautions are classified into Warnings and Cautions according to their
  • Page 5B–63505EN/02 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 2 WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, AND NOTES RELATED TO CHECK OPERATION WARNING 1. When checking the operation of the machine with the cover removed (1) The user’s clothing could become caught in the spindle or other components, thus presenting a danger of injury. When checking th
  • Page 6SAFETY PRECAUTIONS B–63505EN/02 3 WARNINGS AND NOTES RELATED TO REPLACEMENT WARNING 1. Always turn off the power to the CNC and the main power to the power magnetics cabinet. If only the power to the CNC is turned off, power may continue to be supplied to the serve section. In such a case, replacing
  • Page 7B–63505EN/02 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 4 WARNINGS AND NOTES RELATED TO PARAMETERS WARNING 1. When machining a workpiece for the first time after modifying a parameter, close the machine cover. Never use the automatic operation function immediately after such a modification. Instead, confirm normal machine
  • Page 8SAFETY PRECAUTIONS B–63505EN/02 5 WARNINGS RELATED TO DAILY MAINTENANCE WARNING 1. Memory backup battery replacement When replacing the memory backup batteries, keep the power to the machine (CNC) turned on, and apply an emergency stop to the machine. Because this work is performed with the power on
  • Page 9B–63505EN/02 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNING 2. Absolute pulse coder battery replacement When replacing the memory backup batteries, keep the power to the machine (CNC) turned on, and apply an emergency stop to the machine. Because this work is performed with the power on and the cabinet open, only those
  • Page 10SAFETY PRECAUTIONS B–63505EN/02 WARNING 3. Fuse replacement Before replacing a blown fuse, however, it is necessary to locate and remove the cause of the blown fuse. For this reason, only those personnel who have received approved safety and maintenance training may perform this work. When replacing
  • Page 11B–63505EN/02 PREFACE PREFACE Description of This manual consists of following chapters. this manual 1.DISPLAY AND OPERATION This chapter covers those items, displayed on the screen, that are related to maintenance. A list of all supported operations is also provided at the end of this chapter. 2.HAR
  • Page 12PREFACE B–63505EN/02 Applicable models This manual can be used with the following models. The abbreviated names may be used. Product Name Abbreviations 0i–TA FANUC Series 0i–MODEL A Series 0i 0i–MA NOTE Some function described in this manual may not be applied to some products. For details, refer to
  • Page 13B–63505EN/02 Table of Contents SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s–1 PREFACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p–1 1. DIS
  • Page 14Table of Contents B–63505EN/02 1.13 WARNING SCREEN DISPLAYED WHEN AN OPTION IS CHANGED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 1.14 WARNING SCREEN DISPLAYED WHEN SYSTEM SOFTWARE IS REPLACED (SYSTEM LABEL CHECK ERROR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 15B–63505EN/02 Table of Contents 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 3.1 SETTING PARAMETERS FOR INPUT/OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 3.2 INPUTTING/ OUTPUTTING DATA . .
  • Page 16Table of Contents B–63505EN/02 5.4.3 AssociatedParameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 218 6. AC SPINDLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 17B–63505EN/02 Table of Contents 7.24 ALARM 749 (SERIAL SPINDLE COMMUNICATION ERROR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 279 7.25 ALARM 750 (SPINDLE SERIAL LINK CANNOT BE STARTED) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 280 7.26 ALARM 751 (SPINDLE ALARM) . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 18Table of Contents B–63505EN/02 D.2.4 Memory Card Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 354 D.3 BOOT SYSTEM FUNCTIONS USABLE WITH MEMORY CARDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 355 D.4 HANDLING OF
  • Page 19B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1 DISPLAY AND OPERATION This chapter describes how to display various screens by the function keys. The screens used for maintenance are respectively displayed. 1.1 FUNCTION KEYS AND SOFT KEYS . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1.2 SCREEN DISPLAYED IMMEDIATELY AFTER POWE
  • Page 201. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.1 Operations and soft key display staturs for each function key are described below: FUNCTION KEYS AND SOFT KEYS 1.1.1 To display a more detailed screen, press a function key followed by a soft Soft Keys key. Soft keys are also used for actual operations. The
  • Page 21B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION POSITION SCREEN Soft key transition triggered by the function key POS POS 1. Absolute coordinate display [ABS] [(OPRT)] [PTSPRE] [EXEC] [RUNPRE] [EXEC] Relative coordinate display [REL] [(OPRT)] (Axis or numeral) [PRESET] [ORIGIN] [ALLEXE] (Axis name) [EXEC] [PT
  • Page 221. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 PROGRAM SCREEN Soft key transition triggered by the function key PROG in the MEM mode 1/2 PROG 2. Program display screen [PRGRM] [(OPRT)] [BG–EDT] See “When the soft key [BG–EDT] is pressed” (O number) [O SRH] (1) (N number) [N SRH] [REWIND] [P TYPE] [Q TYPE] [F
  • Page 23B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 2/2 (2) [FL.SDL] [PRGRM] Return to (1) (Program display) File directory display screen [DIR] [(OPRT)] [SELECT] (File No. ) [F SET] [EXEC] Schedule operation display screen [SCHDUL] [(OPRT)] [CLEAR] [CAN] [EXEC] (Schedule data) [INPUT] 5
  • Page 241. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 PROGRAM SCREEN Soft key transition triggered by the function key PROG in the EDIT mode 1/2 PROG 3. Program display [PRGRM] [(OPRT)] [BG–EDT] See “When the soft key [BG–EDT] is pressed” (O number) [O SRH] (Address) [SRH↓] (Address) [SRH↑] [REWIND] [F SRH] [CAN] (
  • Page 25B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 2/2 (1) Program directory display [LIB] [(OPRT)] [BG–EDT] See “When the soft key [BG–EDT] is pressed” (O number) [O SRH] Return to the program [READ] [CHAIN] [STOP] [CAN] (O number) [EXEC] [PUNCH] [STOP] [CAN] (O number) [EXEC] Floppy directory display [FLOPPY]
  • Page 261. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 PROGRAM SCREEN Soft key transition triggered by the function key PROG in the MDI mode PROG 4. Program display [PRGRM] [(OPRT)] [BG–EDT] See “When the soft key [BG–EDT] is pressed” Program input screen [MDI] [(OPRT)] [BG–EDT] See “When the soft key [BG–EDT] is pr
  • Page 27B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION PROGRAM SCREEN Soft key transition triggered by the function key PROG in the HNDL, JOG, or REF mode 5. PROG Program display [PRGRM] [(OPRT)] [BG–EDT] See “When the soft key [BG–EDT] is pressed” Current block display screen [CURRNT] [(OPRT)] [BG–EDT] See “When th
  • Page 281. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 PROG PROGRAM SCREEN Soft key transition triggered by the function key (When the soft key [BG–EDT] is pressed in all modes) 1/2 PROG 7. Program display [PRGRM] [(OPRT)] [BG–END] (O number) [O SRH] (Address) [SRH↓] (Address) [SRH↑] [REWIND] [F SRH] [CAN] (N number
  • Page 29B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 2/2 (1) Program directory display [LIB] [(OPRT)] [BG–EDT] (O number) [O SRH] Return to the program [READ] [CHAIN] [STOP] [CAN] (O number) [EXEC] [PUNCH] [STOP] [CAN] (O number) [EXEC] Floppy directory display [FLOPPY] [PRGRM] Return to the program [DIR] [(OPRT)]
  • Page 301. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 Soft key transition triggered by the OFFSET/SETTING SCREEN (T series) function key OFFSET SETTING 1/2 OFFSET SETTING 8. Tool offset screen [OFFSET] [WEAR] [(OPRT)] (Number) [NO SRH] [GEOM] (Axis name and numeral) [MEASUR] (Axis name) [INP.C.] (Numeral) [+INPUT]
  • Page 31B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 2/2 (1) Pattern data input screen [MENU] [(OPRT)] (Number) [SELECT] Software operator’s panel screen [OPR] Tool life management setting screen [TOOLLF] [(OPRT)] (Number) [NO SRH] [CLEAR] [CAN] [EXEC] (Numeral) [INPUT] Y axis tool offset screen [OFST.2] [WEAR] [(
  • Page 321. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 Soft key transition triggered by the OFFSET/SETTING SCREEN (M series) function key OFFSET SETTING 1/2 OFFSET SETTING 9. Tool offset screen [OFFSET] [(OPRT)] (Number) [NO SRH] (Axis name) [INP.C.] (Numeral) [+INPUT] (Numeral) [INPUT] [CLEAR] [ALL] [WEAR] [GEOM] [
  • Page 33B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 2/2 (1) Pattern data input screen [MENU] [(OPRT)] (Number) [SELECT] Software operator’s panel screen [OPR] Tool life management setting screen [TOOLLF] [(OPRT)] (Number) [NO SRH] [CLEAR] [CAN] [EXEC] (Numeral) [INPUT] 15
  • Page 341. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 SYSTEM SCREEN Soft key transition triggered by the function key SYSTEM 1/3 SYSTEM 10. Parameter screen [PARAM] [(OPRT)] (Number) [NO SRH] [ON:1] [OFF:0] (Numeral) [+INPUT] (Numeral) [INPUT] [READ] [CAN] [EXEC] [PUNCH] [CAN] [EXEC] Diagnosis screen [DGNOS] [(OPRT
  • Page 35B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION (1) (2) (3) 2/3 [DUMP] [SRCH] [BYTE] [WORD] [D.WORD] [DRARA]/[NDPARA] [PMCDGN] [TITLE] [STATUS] [SEARCH] [ALARM] [TRACE] [T.DISP]/[TRCPRM] [EXEC] [M.SRCH] [SEARCH] [INPUT] [BYTE] [WORD] [D.WORD] [I/OCHK] [IOLNK] [PRV.PG] [NXT.PG] [PMCPRM] [TIMER] [COUNTR] [KEEPR
  • Page 361. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 (4) 3/3 Pitch error compensation screen [PITCH] [(OPRT)] (No.) [NO SRH] [ON:1] [OFF:0] (Numeral) [+INPUT] (Numeral) [INPUT] [READ] [CAN] [EXEC] [PUNCH] [CAN] [EXEC] Servo parameter screen [SV.PRM] [SV.SET] [ON:1] [(OPRT)] [SV.TUN] [OFF:0] (Numeral) [INPUT] [TRAC
  • Page 37B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION MESSAGE SCREEN Soft key transition triggered by the function key MESSAGE MESSAGE 11. Alarm display screen [ALARM] Message display screen [MSG] Alarm history screen [HISTRY] [(OPRT)] [CLEAR] HELP SCREEN Soft key transition triggered by the function key HELP HELP
  • Page 381. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 GRAPHIC SCREEN (T series) Soft key transition triggered by the function key CUSTOM GRAPH Tool path graphics CUSTOM GRAPH 13. Tool path graphics [G.PRM] [(OPRT)] [NORMAL] [GRAPH] [(OPRT)] [ERASE] [ZOOM] [(OPRT)] [ACT] [HI/LO] GRAPHIC SCREEN (M series) Soft key tr
  • Page 39B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.2 SCREEN DISPLAYED IMMEDIATELY AFTER POWER IS TURNED ON 1.2.1 Series 0i stores the following software in FLASH–ROM. Loading of Software (1) CNC control software (2) Macro executer software (3) Digital servo software (4) PMC control software In a Series 0i, sof
  • Page 401. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.2.3 Types of PCBs mounted on the slots are displayed. Slot Status Display If a hardware trouble or an incorrect mounting is found, this screen is displayed. D Slot state screen SLOT CONFIGURATION DISPLAY 0: 01D94000 0: 1: 30464202 1: 2: 00504303 2: 3: 3: 4: 4:
  • Page 41B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.2.4 Setting Module Screen END : Setting D401–01 completed SLOT 01 (01D9) : END Space : SLOT 02 (0050) : Setting incom- pleted Module ID Slot number 1.2.5 Configuration Display of Software CNC control D401–01 software SERVO : 9066–11 Digital servo OMM : yyyy–yy
  • Page 421. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.3 After the system has been installed correctly, you can find the PCBs installed and the softwares integrated on the system configuration screen. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION SCREEN 1.3.1 (1) Press SYSTEM key. Display Method (2) Press soft key [SYSTEM], then the syste
  • Page 43B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.3.3 Kind of software Software Configuration Software series Screen SYSTEM CONFIG(SOFTWARE) SYSTEM D401 0001 Software version BASIC+OPTION–A1 Software configuration SERVO 9066 0011 PMC 4098 0001 LADDER TEST 0001 Character written on MACRO LIB DZ81 0001 PMC titl
  • Page 441. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.4 ALARM HISTORY SCREEN 1.4.1 Alarms generated in the NC are recorded. The latest 50 alarms generated General are recorded. The 51th and former alarms are deleted. 1.4.2 (1) Press MESSAGE key . Screen Display (2) Press soft key [HISTRY] and an alarm history scr
  • Page 45B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.5 This function enables the saving of external operator messages as a record. EXTERNAL The record can be viewed on the external operator message history screen. OPERATOR MESSAGES RECORD 1.5.1 (1) Press the MESSAGE function key. Screen Display (2) Press the rig
  • Page 461. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.5.3 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 Parameter 3113 MS1 MS0 MHC #0 (MHC) The records of an external operator message: 0 : Cannot be erased. 1 : Can be erased. #6, #7 (MS0,MS1) These bits set the number of characters to be retained in each record of an external operator
  • Page 47B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.6 This function displays the key and signal operations performed by the operator upon the occurrence of a fault or the output of an alarm, together OPERATION with the corresponding alarms. HISTORY This function records the following data: (1) MDI key operation
  • Page 481. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.6.2 Screen Display D Displaying the operation (1) Press the SYSTEM function key. history (2) Press the continue menu key [ ]. The [OPEHIS] [(OPRT)] soft key are displayed. (3) Press the [OPEHIS] soft key twice. The operation history screen is displayed. OPERAT
  • Page 49B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION Data displayed on the operation history screen (1) MDI keys Address and numeric keys are displayed after a single space. Soft keys are displayed in square brackets ([ ]). Other keys (RESET/INPUT, for example) are displayed in angle brackets (< >). A key pressed
  • Page 501. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 (3) NC alarms NC alarms are displayed in reverse video. P/S alarms, system alarms, and external alarms are displayed together with their numbers. For other types of alarms, only the alarm type is displayed. (No details are displayed.) Example) P/S0050, SV_ALM, S
  • Page 51B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION (3) Press the [OPEHIS] soft key, then press the [SG–SEL] soft key. The operation history signal selection screen is displayed. OP_HIS SIGNAL SELECT O1000 N02000 No. ADDRES SIGNAL No. ADDRES SIGNAL 01 X0000 00001000 11 G0000 00000001 02 X0004 10000000 12 G0004 00
  • Page 521. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 To select a particular bit, position the cursor to that bit by pressing the cursor key or , then press the [ON:1] soft key. To cancel a selection made by pressing the [ON:1] soft key or to cancel a previously selected signal, press the [OFF:0] soft key. (5) Up t
  • Page 53B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G006 f f f f f *ABS f SRN G007 RLSOT EXLM *FLUP f f ST STLK f G008 ERS RRW *SP *ESP f f f *IT G009 f f f f f f f f to G013 f f f f f f f f G014 f f f f f f f f G015 f f f f f f f f to G018 f f f f f f f f G019 RT f f f f f f f G020 f f f
  • Page 541. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G106 f f f f MI4 MI3 MI2 MI1 G107 f f f f f f f f G108 f f f f MLK4 MLK3 MLK2 MLK1 G109 f f f f f f f f G110 f f f f +LM4 +LM3 +LM2 +LM1 G111 f f f f f f f f G112 f f f f –LM4 –LM3 –LM2 –LM1 G113 f f f f f f f f G114 f f f f *+L4 *+L3 *+L
  • Page 55B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G135 f f f f f f f f to G255 f f f f f f f f PMC→MT #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 Y000 f f f f f f f f to Y127 f f f f f f f f Y1000 f f f f f f f f to Y1007 f f f f f f f f CNC→PMC #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 F000 f f f f f f f f to F255 f f f f f
  • Page 561. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 4. For extension (date or time) The header and recorded operation data are output, in this order. The operation history data is divided into four parts by identifier words. Data other than the identifier words depends on the type. T(identifier word) T0 : Header
  • Page 57B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 5) For extension (date or time) Date T 5 3 P 0 to 1 E 0 D * * * * * * * * ; Time T 5 3 P 0 to 1 E 1 D * * * * * * ; P0: Usually P1: At power–on E0: Date E1: Time D*..*: Data Example) October 29, 1997 D 1 9 9 7 1 0 2 9 Key codes (MDI/soft key) (00H to 7FH) 0 1 2
  • Page 581. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 (80H to FFH) 8 9 A B C D E F 0 Reset F0 *1 *1 1 F1 *1 2 CNC F2 *1 *1 3 F3 *1 4 Shift Insert F4 *1 *1 5 Delete F5 *1 *1 6 CAN Alter *1 7 8 Cur→ Input POS *1 *1 *1 9 Cur← PROG *1 *1 A Cur↓ Help OFFSET *1 *1 SETTING *1 B Cur↑ SYSTEM *1 *1 C MESSAGE *1 D CUSTOM GRAP
  • Page 59B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.6.5 Notes (1) While the operation history screen is displayed, no information can be recorded to the history. (2) An input signal having an on/off width of up to 16 msec is not recorded in the history. Some signals are not recorded in the history. See Appendix
  • Page 601. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.7 HELP FUNCTION 1.7.1 The help function displays alarm information, operation method and a General table of contents for parameters. This function is used as a handbook. 1.7.2 Display Method D Display of help screen Press HELP key on any screen other than PMC
  • Page 61B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION D Help for operation (1) Press [OPERAT], then a menu for operation method is displayed. HELP (OPERATION METHOD) O1234 N12345 1. PROGRAM EDIT 2. SEARCH 3. RESET 4. DATA INPUT WITH MDI 5. DATA INPUT WITH TAPE 6. OUTPUT 7. INPUT WITH FANUC CASSETTE 8. OUTPUT WITH F
  • Page 621. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.8 DISPLAYING DIAGNOSTIC PAGE 1.8.1 (1) Press SYSTEM key. Displaying Diagnostic (2) Press soft key [DGNOS], then a diagnostic screen is displayed. Page 1.8.2 Contents Displayed D Causes when the 000 WAITING FOR FIN SIGNAL An auxiliary function is being machine
  • Page 63B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION D Cause of the cycle start LED turned off 020 CUT SPEED UP/DOWN 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 021 RESET BUTTON ON 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 022 RESET AND REWIND ON 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 023 EMERGENCY STOP ON 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 024 RESET ON 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 025 STOP MOTION OR DWELL 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Input of e
  • Page 641. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 DGN 202 CSA BLA PHA RCA BZA CKA SPH #6(CSA): Hardware of serial pulse coder is abnormal #5(BLA): Battery voltage is low (warning) #4(PHA): Serial pulse coder or feedback cable is erroneous. #3(RCA): Serial pulse coder is faulty. Counting
  • Page 65B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION #2(BZA): The battery voltage for the stand–alone type pulse coder is zero. #1(PMA): A pulse error occurred in the stand–alone type pulse coder. #0(SPH): A soft phase data error occurred in the stand–alone type pulse coder. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 DGN 206 DTE CRC
  • Page 661. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 D Position deviation with fine acceleration/ deceleration enabled DGN 303 Position deviation with fine acceleration/deceleration enabled [Data type] Two–word axis [Unit of data] Detection unit [Valid data range] 99999999 to –99999999 D Cause of the APZ bit (bit
  • Page 67B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION D Diagnostic data related to the Inductosyn absolute position detector DGN 380 Difference between the absolute position of the motor and offset data [Data type] Two–word axis [Units of data] Detection units M (absolute position of the motor) – S (offset data) λ(
  • Page 681. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 DGN 401 Serial spindle alarm state of 1st spindle DGN 402 Serial spindle alarm state of 2nd spindle #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 DGN 408 SSA SCA CME CER SNE FRE CRE #0 (CRE): A CRC error occurred. (Warning) #1 (FRE): A framing error occurred. (Warning) #2 (SNE): The
  • Page 69B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION DGN 419 Feedback information of 2nd spindle position coder DGN 420 Feedback information of 2nd spindle position coder DGN 445 First–spindle position data DGN 446 Second–spindle position data This parameter is valid when bit 1 of parameter No. 3117 = 1. To displa
  • Page 701. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 D HSSB (Open CNC) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 DGN 510 This data indicates the internal HSSB (Open CNC) information (not available to general users). #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 DGN 511 This data indicates the internal HSSB (Open CNC) information (not available to genera
  • Page 71B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION D Diagnostic data related to simple synchronous control DGN 540 Difference in the position error between the master and slave axes in simple synchro- nas control DGN 541 Difference in the position error between the master and slave axes in simple synchro- nas co
  • Page 721. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.9 CNC STATE DISPLAY ACTUAL POSITION (ABSOLUTE) O1000 N00010 X 217.940 Y 363.233 Z 0.000 PART COUNT 5 RUN TIME 0H15M CYCLE TIME 0H 0M38S ACT.F 3000MM/M S 0 T0000 MEM STRT MTN *** 09:06:35 [ ABS ] [ REL ] [ ALL ] [ HNDL ] [ OPRT ] · Indicates the current status
  • Page 73B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION (4) Auxiliary function status FIN: The completion signal FIN for an auxiliary function is being awaited. ***: Other status (5) Emergency stop and reset status (displayed at the location of items mentioned in (3) and (4)) ––EMG–– : Emergency stop status –RESET–:
  • Page 741. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.10 Tuning becomes easier by graphically displaying servo error amount and torque command, etc. (Graphics control circuit is required). WAVE FORM DIAGNOSTIC The following two types of waveform diagnosis functions are supported: FUNCTION (1) One–shot type The on
  • Page 75B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.10.2 1. Press the SYSTEM key to display a system screen such as aparameter. Waveform Diagnostic Parameter Screen 2. Press the continuous menu key several times, and the soft key [W.DGNS] is displayed. 3. Press [W.DGNS], then the parameter screen for the wavefo
  • Page 761. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 (4) Data number: The table below lists the numbers of the data items for which a waveform can be displayed (n = 1 to 4). Data Description Units No. 00 Does not display a waveform. – 0n Servo error (8 ms) for the n–th axis (positional deviation) Pulses (detection
  • Page 77B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION D Waveform diagnosis (1) Display start condition parameters (storage 100 : Draws a waveform for the stored data. type) (2) Sampling period: Invalid (3) Trigger: Invalid (4) Data number: The table below lists the numbers of the data items for which a waveform can
  • Page 781. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.10.3 1. Press soft key [W.GRPH], then graph of waveform diagnosis is Graphic of Wave displayed. Diagnosis data WAVE DIAGNOSE (GRAPHIC) CH1 CH2 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.5 0 0 –0. –0. 5 5 –1. –1. 0 0 [START] [TIME³] [²TIME] [H–DOBL] [H–HALF] 2. Press soft key [(OPRT)], the
  • Page 79B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION Pressing the [SATART] soft key starts data sampling. While sampling is being performed, SAMPLING blinks at the top of the screen. Once data sampling has been completed, a waveform is automatically displayed. WAVE DIAGNOS. (GRAPHIC) O1234 N12345 CH1 CH2 EDIT ****
  • Page 801. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.10.4 (1) Press the SYSTEM function key. Pressing the menu continuation key Data Sampling for displays the [W.DGNS] soft key. Press this soft key to display Storage Type the WAVE DIAGNOS. (PARAMETER) screen. Waveform Diagnosis (2) Press the [W.MEM] soft key to
  • Page 81B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION CAUTION 1 Data items for which ***** is displayed cannot be set. 2 To change the sampling axes, enter new axis names then press the [SELECT] soft key. Pressing the [SLELCT] soft key without entering an axis name results in no sampling axis being set. 3 If the sa
  • Page 821. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.10.5 Waveform diagnosis data of servo alarm format can be output to an I/O Outputting Waveform device, as follows: 1) Select EDIT mode. Diagnosis Data (Storage Type) 2) Press the SYSTEM key, then display the WAVE DIAGNOS. (MEMORY) screen. 3) Press the [W.MEM],
  • Page 83B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION D Directory display The directory in the cassette or card is displayed by means of the following procedure: 1) Select EDIT mode. 2) Press the PROG function key to select the program screen. 3) Press the continuous menu key , then press [FLOPPY]. 4) Press page ke
  • Page 841. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 D Output format In the servo alarm format, the header, date and time, selected axes, and waveform diagnosis data are output in this order. Data items are identified by nine identifier words. Output data other than the identifier words varies with the data type.
  • Page 85B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 4) Waveform diagnosis data T 6 0 D * * , * * , * * , to * * , T 6 1 D * * , * * , * * , to * * , T 6 2 D * * , * * , * * , to * * , T 6 3 D * * , * * , * * , to * * , T 6 4 D * * , * * , * * , to * * , T 6 5 D * * , * * , * * , to * * , D *..*: Waveform diagnosi
  • Page 861. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.11 Load meter of the servo axis and the serial spindle and the speed meter can be displayed. OPERATING MONITOR 1.11.1 1. Set a parameter to display operating monitor. (Bit 5 (OPM) of Display Method parameter No.3111) 2. Press the POS key to display the positio
  • Page 87B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.11.2 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 Parameters 3111 OPS OPM [Data type] Bit #5(OPM) Operating monitor display is: 0 : Disabled 1 : Enabled #6(OPS) The speed meter on the operating monitor screen displays: 0 : Spindle motor speed 1 : Spindle speed 3151 Axis number for
  • Page 881. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.12 LIST OF OPERATIONS Reset Data Param- Func- Function protec- eter Mode tion Operation tion write=1 button key Resetting run hour [(OPRT)] [RUNPRE]→[EXEC] – POS Resetting no. of [(OPRT)] [PTSPRE]→[EXEC] machined parts – POS Resetting OT alarm At Power ON – P
  • Page 89B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION Input/Output with FANUC Cassette Data Param- Func- Function protec- eter Mode tion Operation tion write=1 button key Heading a file EDIT PROG N →File no.→[ ]→[F SRH]→[EXEC] Deleting a file OFF EDIT PROG N →File no.→[ ]→[DELETE]→[EXEC] Collating a program ON EDIT
  • Page 901. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 Output to FANUC Cassette Data Param- Func- Function protec- eter Mode tion Operation tion write=1 button key [(OPRT)]→[ ]→[PUNCH]→[EXEC] Output of SYSTEM EDIT parameter (PARAM) [ ]→[I/O]→(CANNEL NO) 1 INPUT →(DEVICE Output of PMC SYSTEM EDIT NAME) [FDCAS] →(KIND
  • Page 91B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION Edit Data Param- Func- Function protec- eter Mode tion Operation tion write=1 button key Display of memory [LIB] EDIT PROG capacity used Deleting all OFF EDIT PROG O →–9999→ DELETE programs OFF Deleting a program EDIT PROG O →Program no.→ DELETE Deleting several
  • Page 921. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 Clear Data Param- Func- Function prote- eter Mode tion Operation ction write=1 key key Memory all clear At RESET power AND DELETE ON Parameter/offset At clear f Power RESET ON Clearing a program At f Power DELETE ON Program under edition at power – PROG AND RESE
  • Page 93B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION Display Function KEY PWE Func- Mode Operation SW =1 tion key Amount of program EDIT PROG [ DIR ] memory in use Command value display PROG Command value being executed, and previously specified modal value [CURRNT] Command value being executed, and next command v
  • Page 941. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 Graphics functions (T series) KEY PWE Func- Function Mode Operation SW =1 tion key Parameter CUSTOM GRAPH [G.PRM] setting Select a graphics drawing screen. [GRAPH] Begins and ends drawing. During automatic operation or manual operation Tool path CUSTOM drawing G
  • Page 95B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION Help function KEY PWE Func- Function Mode Operation SW =1 tion key Initial menu screen dis- HELP HELP play Alarm detail screen dis- HELP [ALARM ] ³ Alarm No. ³ [SELECT] play Operation method HELP [OPERAT] ³ Operation method item No. ³ [SELECT] screen dis- play P
  • Page 961. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 Boot KEY PWE Func- Function Mode Operation SW =1 tion key System mon- Pow- itor screen er–on — and a soft key at its left display time Reading file Place the cursor at 1. SYSTEM DATA LOADING on the system monitor from memory screen ³ [SELECT] ³ Place the cursor
  • Page 97B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.13 WARNING SCREEN DISPLAYED WHEN AN OPTION IS CHANGED D Warning screen This CNC displays a warning screen when the configuration of the options using the SRAM area is changed. The data for the function indicated on the screen is cleared the next time the syste
  • Page 981. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 D Allocation error screen When an option which uses the SRAM area is added, the system software may require more SRAM than is currently installed in the system. In this case, an allocation error screen appears the first time the system is turned on after the add
  • Page 99B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.14 System software can be replaced only with compatible system software. Otherwise, the first time the CNC is turned on after the system software WARNING SCREEN is replaced, the following screen will be displayed and the system will not DISPLAYED WHEN be activ
  • Page 1001. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.15 When the Power Motion series is used as an additional axis (slave) of the CNC, the power motion manager allows the slave data to be displayed and POWER MATE CNC set by the CNC. MANAGER The power motion manager enables the following display and setting: (1)
  • Page 101B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.15.2 Screen Display 1. Press the SYSTEM function key. 2. Press the continuous menu key several times. The [PMM] soft key appears. 3. Press the [PMM] soft key. The system configuration screen, which is the initial screen of the power mate CNC manager, appears.
  • Page 1021. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 D System configuration This screen displays the system software information of the slave. The screen screen is displayed first when the power mate CNC manager function is selected. This screen is automatically displayed also at the termination of the function. 1
  • Page 103B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION D Parameter screen The parameters necessary for the functions of the slave must be specified in advance. 1. Press the [SYSTEM] function selection soft key. The following soft keys appear. [ PARAM ][ DGNOS ][ ][SYSTEM][ ] 2. Press the [PARAM] soft key. The parame
  • Page 1041. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 D Diagnosis screen This screen shows the current status of the slave. 1. Press the [SYSTEM] function selection soft key. The following soft keys appear: [ PARAM ][ DGNOS ][ ][SYSTEM][ ] 2. Press the [DGNOS] soft key. The diagnosis screen appears. The displayed d
  • Page 105B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION D Alarm screen If an alarm is issued during operation, the group number of the slave causing the alarm is indicated at the right end of the message field on the screen. Check the details on the alarm screen. For example, (13) means that the first and third power
  • Page 1061. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 D Single–slave display/ Whether the screen displays the data of just a single unit or of four units Four–slave display in four segments is specified in the SLV bit (bit 0 of parameter 960). To switch the four–slave display to the single–slave display, press the
  • Page 107B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION D Guidance message While the following soft keys are being displayed, a guidance message is displayed in the message field. [ POS ][ ][ ][SYSTEM][ MSG ] [ WORK ][ ][MACHIN ][ ][ ] [ PARAM ][ DGNOS ][ ][SYSTEM][(OPRT) ] When the soft keys are displayed as shown a
  • Page 1081. DISPLAY AND OPERATION B–63505EN/02 1.15.3 Parameter Input/Output D Saving parameters Parameters can be saved in CNC memory as a data file of program format. Specify the first digit of the registration program number in parameter 8760. Programs with predetermined numbers are created for individual
  • Page 109B–63505EN/02 1. DISPLAY AND OPERATION 5. Press the [EXEC] soft key. During output, “INPUT” blinks in the message field. The screen cannot be changed to another screen during parameter input/output. When the RESET key is pressed, or when an alarm status is detected in communication, the input/output
  • Page 1102. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 2 HARDWARE This chapter describes structure of CNC control section, connection of units and the functions of PCBs and modules mounted on PCBs. 2.1 GENERAL OF HANDWARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 2.2 CONFIGURATION OF PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD AND LED DISPLAY . . . .
  • Page 111B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE 2.1 GENERAL OF HANDWARE Main board I/O board S Main CPU S Power PCB (built–in) S Memory DC–DC converter System software, S DI/DO Macro program, S Reader/puncher I/F Ladder program, S MDI control Parameter, and etc. S Display control S PMC control S Manual pulse generator S I
  • Page 1122. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 2.2 CONFIGURATION OF PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD AND LED DISPLAY 2.2.1 Main PCB D Module mounting location (CP8: Battery for memory) CPU Memory card Rotary switch for maintenance IOLINK (JD1A): I/O LINK ROM SPDL–1 (JA7A): Serial spindle A–OUT1 (JA8A): Analog spindle ROM for boot S
  • Page 113B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE D Types of modules mounted Mounting Module name Specification Remarks location (1) PMC control module A20B–2900–0142 SA1, with I/O Link A20B–2901–0660 SA3, with I/O Link (2) Memory and spindle A20B–2902–0642 SRAM: 256KB, analog spindle control module A20B–2902–0643 SRAM: 256
  • Page 1142. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 D LED display (1) LED status in power on routine (Green LED) j:OFF J:ON STATUS jjjj Power off STATUS JJJJ State in which software is being loaded to DRAM after power–on, or when CPU operation is stopped be- cause of an error STATUS JjJJ Waiting for other CPU’s answer (ID set
  • Page 115B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE 2.2.2 I/O Printed Circuit Board D Module mounting lacation RS232–1 (JD5A): RS–232–C 1st channel DC–IN (CP1A): Control unit 24V input Power supply PCB DC–OUT (CP1B): 24V output for CRT (1) I/O: Machine side DI/DO I/O: Machine side DI/DO CRT (JA1): CRT video signal MDI (JA2):
  • Page 1162. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 2.2.3 Power Supply Printed Circuit Board (1) A20B–1005–0421 D Module mounting (Mounted on the I/O printed circuit board) location D LED display A green LED is provided at position A in the figure above. The LED lights when +24 V is input. 98
  • Page 117B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE 2.2.4 HSSB Interface Board 2.2.4.1 Parts layout (1) Interface board for Drawing Number : A20B–2002–0211 CNC B SW1 ST1 AL2(RED) ST2 JNA ST3 AL1(RED) ST4 COP7 (HSSB) (2) Interface Board for Drawing Number : A20B–8001–0582 (for 2ch), –0583 (for 1ch) Personal Computer (for ISA b
  • Page 1182. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 (3) Interface Board for Drawing Number : A20B–8001–0960 (for 2ch), –0961 (for 1ch) Personal Computer (for PCI bus) 1ch 2ch LED2B(Green) LED1B(Red) COP7B COP7A LED2A(Green) LED1A(Red) 2.2.4.2 System block diagram (1) Interface B board for CNC BUS HSSB COP7 JNA Optical Module
  • Page 119B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE (3) Interface board for personal computer (PCI bus type) HSSB Optical COP7 Controller Module (COP7A) PCI I/F HSSB Optical COP7B Controller Module This area which is surrounded by the dotted line exists in the only 2–channel version for Personal Computer. PCI BUS 2.2.4.3 Conf
  • Page 1202. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 2.2.4.4 LED display (1) LED Display (General) – : DON’T CARE LED PCB Spec. Name RED RED GREEN A20B–2002–0211 I/F board for CNC AL1 AL2 Status A20B–8001–0582 I/F board for PC LED1 LED2 A20B–8001–0583 A20B–8001–0960 I/F board for PC LED1 LED2 A20B–8001–0961 ON – – Communicatio
  • Page 121B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE 2.3 LIST OF UNIT AND PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD 2.3.1 PC Board in the Control Unit Name Specification Remarks Power supply PC board A20B–1005–0421 Ordering number: A20B–0279–H100 Ordering number: A02B–0279–B502, –B503 (0i–TA) Main board A16B–3200–0362 A02B–0280–B502, –B503 (0i–MA
  • Page 1222. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 2.4 When replacing the printed circuit board and modules in the control unit, follow the description below. REPLACING THE Before replacing the printed circuit board and modules listed below, be PRINTED CIRCUIT sure to back up the SRAM area where parameters, part programs (NC
  • Page 123B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE 2.4.2 How to Replace the Modules 2.4.2.1 (1) Pull the latches of the module socket outwards. (Fig.(a)) Removing (2) Pull out the module upward. (Fig.(b)) 2.4.2.2 (1) Insert the new module board diagonally with B–SIDE outward. Insertion (Fig.(b)) (2) While pushing on the uppe
  • Page 1242. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 2.5 REPLACING THE FUSES 2.5.1 When a fuse built–in I/O board blows in the power supply unit of the Replacing the Fuses CNC, find and correct the cause of the failure and replace the fuse. Fig.2.5.1 shows the fuse mounting diagram. for Power Supply of Control Unit Fuse specif
  • Page 125B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE 2.5.2 This section describes the location and replacement of the LCD fuse. Replacing the Fuse for LCD WARNING Before replacing a blown fuse, it is necessary to remove the cause of the blown fuse. For this reason, only the personnel who have a working knowledge of maintenance
  • Page 1262. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 2.6 This chapter describes the method of replacing batteries as follows. HOW TO REPLACE 2.6.1 Replacing the CNC Battery for Memory Back Up THE BATTERIES 2.6.2 Replacing the Batteries for Separate Absolute Pulse Coder 2.6.3 Replacing the Battery for Absolute Pulse Coder (α Se
  • Page 127B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE Dispose of batteries used in accordance with the applicable laws of your country or the applicable laws or regulations of your local self–governing body. Before disposal, insulate the terminals with tape or something similar to prevent them from being short–circuited. Replac
  • Page 1282. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 6. Remove the connector (CP8) on the main board towards you. Front panel of control unit main board Battery connector CP8 BATTERY MEMORY CARD Battery CNMC Fig.2.6.1(b) Replacing the battery(2) 7. Connect the connector of new battery to main board. 8. Mount a battery and put
  • Page 129B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE WARNING Turn off the power to the entire machine before opening the cabinet. Be careful not to touch the high–voltage circuits (marked and covered by shock prevention covers) when opening the cabinet and replacing the battery. There is a danger of electric shock if the prote
  • Page 1302. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 4. Replace the batteries in the case. Take care to place the batteries facing in the correct direction. (Insert the batteries as shown in the diagram with 2 facing one way and 2 the other.) Thread Ç Ç Lid Ç 5. Having exchanged the batteries put the lid back on. 6. Procedure
  • Page 131B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE Procedure for replacing batteries for absolute pulse coder Procedure 1 Turn on machine (CNC) power. Replace the battery under the emergency stop state for safety, to escape the machine from moving during the replacement work. If the battery is replaced while the power is off
  • Page 1322. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 2.7 REPLACING THE FAN MOTOR 2.7.1 Fan ordering information Replacing the Fan Ordering code Number of units required Motor for Control Unit For 2–slot rack A90L–0001–0378 For 1–2slot rack 1. Remove the control section printed circuit board underneath the fan to be replaced. 2
  • Page 133B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE 2.8 Fine adjustment of the video signal is supported to enable its use with liquid crystal displays. This adjustment is necessary to compensate for ADJUSTING THE errors resulting from the combination of NC devices and cables. FLAT DISPLAY Adjustment of the video signal is ne
  • Page 1342. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 2.8.2 (1) Applied unit Adjusting the 7.2″ Name Specification number Monochrome LCD 7.2″ STN monochrome LCD/MDI unit A02B–0279–C071#MA, MAS, TA, TAS (2) Adjustment point (as viewed from the rear of the display unit) VRP1 SW1 (3) Adjustment method (a) Display mode and horizont
  • Page 135B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE 2.8.3 (1) Applied unit Adjusting the 10.4″ Name Specification number Color LCD 10.4″ TFT color LCD unit A02B–0279–C060 (2) Tuning locations Color Liquid Crystal Display(Rear Part) TM1 SW1 (3) Adjustment method (a) Tuning flicker (TM1) If the display flickers, set TM1 to anot
  • Page 1362. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 2.9 The peripheral units, such as the control unit and CRT/MDI, have been designed on the assumption that they are housed in closed cabinets. In this ENVIRONMENTAL manual “cabinet” refers to the following: REQUIREMENT (1) Cabinet manufactured by the machine tool builder for
  • Page 137B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE 2.11 The CNC has been steadily reduced in size using surface–mount and custom LS1 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 q
  • Page 1382. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 Cabinet Spindle Servo Control amp. amp. unit Cable of group B, C Duct To operator’s panel, motor, etc. Cable of group A Section Group A Group B, C Cover 2.11.2 The following ground systems are provided for the CNC machined tool: Ground 1. Signal ground system (SG) The signal
  • Page 139B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE Notes on connecting the ground systems S Connect the signal gournd with the frame ground (FG) at only one place in the CNC control unit. S The grounding resistance of the system gorund shall be 100 ohms or less (class 3 grounding). S The system ground cable must have enough
  • Page 1402. HARDWARE B–63505EN/02 2.11.4 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 disturbe
  • Page 141B–63505EN/02 2. HARDWARE 2.11.5 The CNC cables that required 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 clam
  • Page 1423. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 3 INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA After you change a SRAM module, you must set various data again. This chapter describes the procedures to input and output the parameters, the part programs and the tool offset values. NOTE The SRAM module described here is either o
  • Page 143B–63505EN/02 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3.1 SETTING PARAMETERS FOR INPUT/OUTPUT D Setting procedure of First, enable parameter writing by performing steps 1 to 3, below. parameters 1. Set to MDI mode or emergency stop state. 2. Press OFFSET SETTING key several times or press soft key [SETING] to di
  • Page 1443. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 6. After the parameters have been input, set PARAMETER WRITE on the SETTING screen to 0. Press RESET to release alram 100. 7. Convenient method 1) To change parameters in bit unit, press cursor key or , then the cursor becomes bit length and you can set param
  • Page 145B–63505EN/02 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3.2 The main CPU memorized the following data. Outputting the data 1/O device while the CNC is rurnning normally INPUTTING/ (1) CNC paramter OUTPUTTING (2) PMC parameter DATA (3) Pitch error compensation amount (4) Custom macro variable values (5) Tool compen
  • Page 1463. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 0102 pecification number of input/output device 0 RS–232–C (control codes DC1 to DC4 used) 1 FANUC bubble cassette B1/B2 2 FANUC Floppy cassette adapter F1 3 PROGRAM FILE Mate. FANUC FA card adapter ,FANUC Floppy cassette adapter, FSP–H 4 Not used 5 Portable
  • Page 147B–63505EN/02 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3.2.3 Outputting PMC 1. Select MDI mode. Parameters 2. Press OFFSET SETTING key then soft key [SETTING] to select a setting screen. 3. Set the cursor to PARAMETER WRITE and input 1 and INPUT . At this time, alarm 100 will be generated. 4. Press SYSTEM key and
  • Page 1483. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 3.2.5 When custom macro function is equipped, values of variable no. 500 and Outputting Custom later are output. Macro Variable Values 1. Press OFFSET SETTING key. 2. Press key and soft key [MACRO] to select custom macro variable screen. 3. Press soft key [(O
  • Page 149B–63505EN/02 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3.2.8 Inputting CNC 1. Set to the emergency stop state. Parameters 2. Confirm that the patameters required to input data is correct. 1) Press OFFSET SETTING key several times, and press [SETING] to display SETTING screen. 2) Confirm that PARAMETER WRITE=1. 3)
  • Page 1503. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 7) 0103 Baud rate 1: 50 5: 200 9: 2400 2: 100 6: 300 l10: 4800 3: 110 7: 600 11: 9600 4: 150 8: 1200 12: 19200 [BPS] 3. Press soft key 4. Press soft key [READ] and [EXEC]. Then input of parameters are started. 5. After parameters have been inputted, turn off
  • Page 151B–63505EN/02 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3.2.10 1. Release the emergency stop and select EDIT mode. Inputting Pitch Error 2. Confirm that PARAMETER WRITE=1 on the setting screen. Compensation Amount 3. Press PROG key and soft key [PRGRM] to display program contents. 4. Press soft key [(OPRT)], , [F
  • Page 1523. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 3.2.12 Item 4 is not required for PPR. Inputting Tool 1. Select the EDIT mode. Compensation Amount 2. Turn off the program protect (KEY=1). 3. Press PROG key, and press soft key[PRGRM] to display the program contents screen. 4. Press soft key [(OPRT)], , [F S
  • Page 153B–63505EN/02 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3.3 To input/output a particular type of data, the corresponding screen is usually selected. For example, the parameter screen is used for parameter DATA INPUT/OUTPUT input from or output to an external input/output unit, while the program ON THE ALL IO scree
  • Page 1543. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 3.3.1 Input/output–related parameters can be set on the ALL IO screen. Setting Parameters can be set, regardless of the mode. Input/Output–Related Parameters Setting input/output–related parameters Procedure 1 Press function key SYSTEM . 2 Press the rightmost
  • Page 155B–63505EN/02 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3.3.2 A program can be input and output using the ALL IO screen. Inputting and When entering a program using a cassette or card, the user must specify the input file containing the program (file search). Outputting Programs File search Procedure 1 Press soft
  • Page 1563. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 Inputting a program Procedure 1 Press soft key [PRGRM] on the ALL IO screen, described in Subsec. 3.3.1. 2 Select EDIT mode. A program directory is displayed. 3 Press soft key [(OPRT)]. The screen and soft keys change as shown below. D A program directory is
  • Page 157B–63505EN/02 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA Outputting programs Procedure 1 Press soft key [PRGRM] on the ALL IO screen, described in Subsec. 3.3.1. 2 Select EDIT mode. A program directory is displayed. 3 Press soft key [(OPRT)]. The screen and soft keys change as shown below. D A program directory is
  • Page 1583. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 Deleting files Procedure 1 Press soft key [PRGRM] on the ALL IO screen, described in Subsec. 3.3.1. 2 Select EDIT mode. A program directory is displayed. 3 Press soft key [(OPRT)]. The screen and soft keys change as shown below. D A program directory is displ
  • Page 159B–63505EN/02 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3.3.3 Parameters can be input and output using the ALL IO screen. Inputting and Outputting Parameters Inputting parameters Procedure 1 Press soft key [PARAM] on the ALL IO screen, described in Subsec. 3.3.1. 2 Select EDIT mode. 3 Press soft key [(OPRT)]. Soft
  • Page 1603. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 3.3.4 Offset data can be input and output using the ALL IO screen. Inputting and Outputting Offset Data Inputting offset data Procedure 1 Press soft key [OFFSET] on the ALL IO screen, described in Subsec. 3.3.1. 2 Select EDIT mode. 3 Press soft key [(OPRT)].
  • Page 161B–63505EN/02 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3.3.5 Custom macro common variables can be output using the ALL IO screen. Outputting Custom Macro Common Variables Outputting custom macro common variables Procedure 1 Press soft key [MACRO] on the ALL IO screen, described in Subsec. 3.3.1. 2 Select EDIT mod
  • Page 1623. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 3.3.6 The ALL IO screen supports the display of a directory of floppy files, as Inputting and well as the input and output of floppy files. Outputting Floppy Files Displaying a file directory Procedure 1 Press the rightmost soft key (continuous menu key) on t
  • Page 163B–63505EN/02 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA READ/PUNCH (FLOPPY) O1234 N12345 No. FILE NAME (Meter) VOL 0001 PARAMETER 46.1 0002 ALL.PROGRAM 12.3 0003 O0001 11.9 0004 O0002 11.9 0005 O0003 11.9 0006 O0004 0007 O0005 11.9 0008 O0010 11.9 0009 O0020 11.9 11.9 F SRH File No.=2 >2_ EDIT * * * * * * * * * *
  • Page 1643. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 Inputting a file Procedure 1 Press the rightmost soft key (continuous menu key) on the ALL IO screen, described in Subsec. 3.3.1. 2 Press soft key [FLOPPY]. 3 Select EDIT mode. The floppy screen is displayed. 4 Press soft key [(OPRT)]. The screen and soft key
  • Page 165B–63505EN/02 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA Outputting a file Procedure 1 Press the rightmost soft key (continuous menu key) on the ALL IO screen, described in Subsec. 3.3.1. 2 Press soft key [FLOPPY]. 3 Select EDIT mode. The floppy screen is displayed. 4 Press soft key [(OPRT)]. The screen and soft ke
  • Page 1663. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–63505EN/02 Deleting a file Procedure 1 Press the rightmost soft key (continuous menu key) on the ALL IO screen, described in Subsec. 3.3.1. 2 Press soft key [FLOPPY]. 3 Select EDIT mode. The floppy screen is displayed. 4 Press soft key [(OPRT)]. The screen and soft keys
  • Page 167B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 4 INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC +This chapter describes the signals between the machine operator’s panel, magnetics cabinet and the PMC, connection of the signals between PMC and CNC, and confirmation method of on/off state of these signals. It also describ
  • Page 168(D1) PMCDGN (0) Input potential (0V) Contact point (open) 4.1 PMCDGN (1) Input potential (24V) Contact point (close) GENERAL OF Machine side DI/DO (Sink type DO) PMCDGN (0) DV (OFF) Output potential (24V) Load (OFF) PMCDGN (1) DV (ON) Output potential (0V) Load (ON) High–speed processing signal (Sou
  • Page 169B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 4.2 SPECIFICATION OF PMC 4.2.1 Specification Model PMC–SA1 PMC–SA3 Programming method lan- Ladder Ladder guage Number of ladder level 2 2 Level–1 Cycle Time 8 ms 8 ms Basic Instruction Execution 5.0 0.15 Time (µs/step) (µs/step) Program capacity S Ladder (
  • Page 1704. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 4.2.2 Address Char- Kinds Byte Addresses Remarks acter Input signal from X0 to X127 FANUC I/O Link X the machine to the 142 PMC (MT to PMC) X1000 to X1011 Built–in I/O card *1) Output signal from Y0 to Y127 FANUC I/O Link Y the PMC to the ma- 142 chine (P
  • Page 171B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 4.2.4 (1) R9000 (Operation output register for the ADD, SUB, MULB, DIVB, System Reserve Area and COMPB functional instructions) of Internal Relay #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 R9000 V N Z Operation result register Zero Sign is minus Overflow (2) R9000 (Error out
  • Page 1724. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 R9091.5 104ms 96ms 200ms R9091.6 504ms 496ms 1s 4.2.5 Execution Period of PMC Sequence program From NC 1st level From MT (High–speed se- (1) quence) END1 2nd level (Normal sequence) (2)–1 Synchronized buffer (2)–2 (2)–n 8msec END2 Period (1) (1) (1) (1) 1
  • Page 173B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 4.3 PMC SCREEN 4.3.1 1. Press SYSTEM . Display Method 2. Press soft key [PMC], then PMC screen is displayed and the following soft keys are displayed: PMC CONTROL SYSTEM MENU MONIT RUN SELECT ONE OF FOLLOWING SOFT KEYS PMCLAD : DYNAMIC LADDER DISPLAY PMCDG
  • Page 1744. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 4.3.2 Press soft key [PMCLAD], and a sequence program is displayed PMCLAD Screen dynamically and operation monitoring can be confirmed : Number of net displayed Ladder display RUN/STOP status LADDER NET 0001–0004 MONIT RUN Comment LOG1 LOG1 ALWAYS1 LOG1 X
  • Page 175B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC [Remarks] D The search function searches a signal in the forward direction and displays the ladder with the searched signal at its head. Because there may exist plural contacts, repeat the search operation to find plural locations, repeat the search operat
  • Page 1764. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 [Display of setting trigger] The setting address, condition and counter are displayed at the title line. “MODE:ON : X0000. 0 : 0 : 0001 ” COUNT: Trigger checking number (default 1) POINT: Trigger checking number (default 0) 0 : the top of the 1st level 1
  • Page 177B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC (4) [TRGSRC]: An instruction at which the trigger function has been stopped by a specified address signal is searched for and indicated by blinking. (5) [INIT] : The trigger setting is initialized. D Divided display of ladder This function is used for disp
  • Page 1784. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 4.3.3 Press soft key [PMCDGN] then PMC’s diagnostic screen is displayed. PMCDGN Screen D TITLE screen The title data registered when a ladder program is prepared is displayed. Page number PMC TITLE DATA #1 MONIT RUN PMC PROGRAM NO. : EDITION NO. : PMC CON
  • Page 179B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC D STATUS screen On/Off state of input/output signals and internal relay is displayed. PMC SIGNAL STATUS MONIT RUN ADDRESS 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 ED7 ED6 ED5 ED4 ED3 ED2 ED1 ED0 Signal G0000 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 name ED15 ED14 ED13 ED12 ED11 ED10 ED9 ED8 Signal state G
  • Page 1804. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 D TRACE screen Every time a specified signal changes, the signal status is memorized in the trace memory. This function is useful for identifying intermittent troubles. 1 Trace parameter screen PMC SIGNAL TRACE MONIT RUN TRACE MODE : (0:1BYTE/1:2BYTE/2:WO
  • Page 181B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 2 Trace memory contents display screen PMC SIGNAL TRACE MONIT RUN 1ST ADDRESS=X008(E1) 2ND ADDRESS=G000(FF) Trace address and NO. 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 mask data 0000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (in parentheses) I * * * * * * * ÀÀÀÀÀÀÀÀÀÀÀÀÀÀ
  • Page 1824. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 4.3.4 Memory Display (M.SRCH) D Display of Screen and 1) Pressing the [M.SRCH] soft key changes the screen to that shown in Operation Fig. 3.5. The displayed soft keys also change. 2) Enter a physical address in hexadecimal from which the contents of the
  • Page 183B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC D ANALYS screen Change of signals is displayed as the same display as that on the (Ladder editing card is oscilloscope. required) 1 Parameter setting screen (1st page) PMC–SA3 PMC SIGNAL ANALYSIS(PARAM) MONIT RUN SAMPLING TIME : 10 (1–10 SEC) (a) TRIGGER A
  • Page 1844. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 2 Parameter setting screen (2nd page) PMC SIGNAL ANALYSIS(PARAM) MONIT RUN SIGNAL ADDRESS 1 : X0000.0 9 : Y0000.0 2 : X0000.1 10 : R0000.1 3 : X0002.0 11 : Up to 16 4 : X0005.0 12 : signals 5 : 13 : 6 : 14 : 7 : 15 : 8 : 16 : SCOPE DELETE INIT ADDRESS a.
  • Page 185B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 3 SCOPE screen PMC SIGNAL ANALYSIS(PARAM) MONIT RUN SAMPLING TIME : 10 CONDITION : 1 TRIGGER ADDRESS : G0007.2 TRIGGER MODE : 0 +–––––––––+–––––––––+–––––––––+–––––– X0000.0 X0000.1 X0002.0 X0005.0 +–––––––––+–––––––––+–––––––––+–––––– 0 256(MSEC) SGNPRM S
  • Page 1864. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 4.3.5 PMCPRM Screen D Inputting PMC parameters from the MDI 1 Set to MDI mode or emergency stop state. 2 Set PARAMETER WRITE (on setting screen) to 1 or set the program protect signal (KEY4) to 1. PWE KEY4 Timer f – Counter f f Either one Keep relay f – D
  • Page 187B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC D COUNTER screen This screen sets and displays max. value of counter and current value of the counter instruction (SUB 4). Page no. (screen is scrolled by page key) Max. value of counter (Minimum value is specified by counter ins.) Current value of counter
  • Page 1884. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 1 Nonvolatile memory control K016 ÀÀÀÀÀÀ ÀÀÀÀÀÀ #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 #6(MWRTF1) : Writing status in nonvolatile memory #7(MWRTF2) : For checking the writing status in nonvolatile memory 2 PMC system parameter The following keep relays are used by the s
  • Page 189B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC D DATA TABLE screen 1 Data table setting screen No. of screen PMC DATA TBL CONTROL #001 MONIT RUN GROUP TABLE COUNT = 2 No. of data table NO. ADDRESS PARAMETER TYPE NO.OF DATA groups 001 D0000 00000000 0 10 002 D0020 00000011 1 20 003 004 No. of 005 data t
  • Page 1904. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 2 Data display screen Group number Page number PMC PRM (DATA) 001/001 MONIT RUN NO. ADDRESS DATA 000 D0000 0 001 D0001 0 002 D0002 0 003 D0003 0 004 D0004 0 005 D0005 0 006 D0006 0 007 D0007 0 008 D0008 0 009 D0009 0 C.DATA G–SRCH SEARCH a. Soft key [C.DA
  • Page 191B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 4.4 LIST OF SIGNALS BY EACH MODE D Automatic operation MODE INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNAL FEED RATE, ETC EDIT [PMC ⇒ CNC] KEY3(Program protect key) [PMC ⇒ CNC) [PMC ⇒ CNC] ST (Cycle start) *FV0∼7 *SP (Feed hold) (Feed rate over- SBK (Single block) ride) DRN (Dry run
  • Page 1924. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 D Manual operation MODE INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNAL FEED RATE, ETC Handle/ [PMC ⇒ CNC] [PMC ⇒ CNC] M incremental HSnA∼D (Axis selection) n:1∼3(No. of MPGs) MP1, MP2 A +α, –α (Jog feed) (Multiplier) N U JOG [PMC ⇒ CNC] [PMC ⇒ CNC] A RT (Rapid traverse) *JV0∼15 L (
  • Page 193B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 4.5 f : Available LIST OF SIGNALS – : Unavailable T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series *+ED1 to *+ED4 External deceleration signal G118 f f *+L1 to *+L4 Overtravel signal G114 f f *-ED1 to *-ED4 External deceleration signal G120 f f *-L1 to *
  • Page 1944. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series +J1 to +J4 Feed axis and direction selection signal G100 f f F081#0,#2,#4,# +J1O to +J4O Software operator's panel signal(+J1 to +J4) f f 6 + +LM1 to +LM4 Stroke limit external setting signal G110 - f +MI
  • Page 195B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series CDZ Chamferring signal G053#7 f - CFINA F046#1 f f Spindle switch completion signal (serial spindle) CFINB F050#1 f f CHPA F046#0 f f Power line switch signal (serial spindle) CHPB F050#0 f f Torque limit
  • Page 1964. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series EBUFA G142#7 f f EBUFB G154#7 f f Axis control command read signal(PMC axis control) EBUFC G166#7 f f EBUFD G178#7 f f EC0A to EC6A G143#0 to #6 f f EC0B to EC6B G155#0 to #6 f f Axis control command sign
  • Page 197B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series EID0A to EID31A G146 to G149 f f EID0B to EID31B G158 to G161 f f Axis control data signal (PMC axis control) EID0C to EID31C G170 to G173 f f EID0D to EID31D G182 to G185 f f EIF0A to EIF15A G144,G145 f f
  • Page 1984. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series EOTNA F130#6 f f EOTNB F133#6 f f - Negative-direction overtravel signal (PMC axis control) EOTNC F136#6 f f EOTND F139#6 f f EOTPA F130#5 f f EOTPB F133#5 f f - Positive-direction overtravel signal (PMC
  • Page 199B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series G08MD Advanced preview control mode signal F066#0 - f GOQSM Tool offset value write mode select signal G039#7 f - G GR1,GR2 Gear selection signal (input) G028#1,#2 f f GR1O,GR2O,GR3O Gear selection signal
  • Page 2004. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series M00 to M31 Miscellaneous function code signal F010 to F013 f f M200 to M215 2nd M function code signal F014 to F015 f f M300 to M315 3rd M function code signal F016 to F017 f f MA CNC ready signal F001#7
  • Page 201B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series MMLK All-axis machine lock check signal F004#1 f f MORA1A Signal for completion of spindle orientation with a magnetic F046#6 f f MORA1B sensor (serial spindle) F050#6 f f MORA2A SIgnal for approximate spi
  • Page 2024. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series PC1DEA Signal indicating the status of the detected one one-rotation rotation F047#0 f f PC1DEB position coder signal (serial spindle) F051#0 f f PC2SLC 2nd position coder selection signal G028#7 f - PN1,
  • Page 203B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series ROV1E,ROV2E Rapid traverse override signal(PMC axis control) G150#0,#1 f f ROV1O Software operator's panel signal(ROV1) F076#4 f f ROV2O Software operator's panel signal(ROV2) F076#5 f f RPALM Read/punch a
  • Page 2044. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series Skip signal X1004#7 f f SKIP Overload torque signal X1004#7 - f SKIPP Skip signal G006#6 f - SLVA G073#1 f f Slave operation command signal (serial spindle) SLVB G077#1 f f SLVSA F046#4 f f Slave operatio
  • Page 205B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC T M Group Symbol Signal name Address series series T00 to T31 Tool function code signal F026 to F029 f f TAP Tapping signal F001#5 f f TF Tool function strobe signal F007#3 f f TFIN Tool function completion signal G005#3 f f THRD Thread cutting signal F002
  • Page 2064. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 4.6 LIST OF ADDRESSES Relation of interface signals among the CNC, the PMC and the machine tool is shown below: CNC PMC MT G000 or later X1000 or later Built in I/O (Basic) Y1000 or F000 or later later Machine tool X 000 or later FANUC I/O Link Y 000 or (
  • Page 207B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC MT → PMC Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 X1000 X1001 X1002 X1003 X1004 SKIP ESKIP –MIT2 +MIT2 –MIT1 +MIT1 ZAE XAE (T series) SKIP ESKIP ZAE YAE XAE (M series) X1005 X1006 X1007 X1008 *ESP X1009 *DEC4 *DEC3 *DEC2 *DEC1 X1010 X1011 NOTE 1 The signals othe
  • Page 2084. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 PMC → MT Address Bit number Y1000 Y1001 Y1002 Y1003 Y1004 Y1005 Y1006 Y1007 190
  • Page 209B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC PMC → CNC Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G000 ED7 ED6 ED5 ED4 ED3 ED2 ED1 ED0 G001 ED15 ED14 ED13 ED12 ED11 ED10 ED9 ED8 G002 ESTB EA6 EA5 EA4 EA3 EA2 EA1 EA0 G003 G004 MFIN3 MFIN2 FIN G005 BFIN AFL BFIN TFIN SFIN EFIN MFIN G006 SKIPP OVC *ABSM SRN G00
  • Page 2104. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G025 G026 G027 CON *SSTP2 *SSTP1 SWS2 SWS1 G028 PC2SLC SPSTP *SCPF *SUCPF GR2 GR1 G029 *SSTP SOR SAR GR31 GR21 G030 SOV7 SOV6 SOV5 SOV4 SOV3 SOV2 SOV1 SOV0 G031 G032 R08I R07I R06I R05I R04I R03I R02I R01I G033 SIND SSIN SGN R12I R11I R10I
  • Page 211B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G050 *TLV9 *TLV8 G051 G052 G053 CDZ SMZ UINT TMRON G054 UI007 UI006 UI005 UI004 UI003 UI002 UI001 UI000 G055 UI015 UI014 UI013 UI012 UI011 UI010 UI009 UI008 G056 G057 G058 EXWT EXSTP EXRD MINP G059 G060 G061 RGTSP2 RGTSP1 RGTAP G062 *CRTOF
  • Page 2124. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G075 RCHB RSLB INTGB SOCNB MCFNB SPSLB *ESPB ARSTB G076 RCHHGB MFNHGB INCMDB OVRIDB DEFMDB NRROB ROTAB INDXB G077 MPOFB SLVB MORCMB G078 SHA07 SHA06 SHA05 SHA04 SHA03 SHA02 SHA01 SHA00 G079 SHA11 SHA10 SHA09 SHA08 G080 SHB07 SHB06 SHB05 SH
  • Page 213B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G100 +J4 +J3 +J2 +J1 G101 G102 -J4 -J3 -J2 -J1 G103 G104 G105 G106 MI4 MI3 MI2 MI1 G107 G108 MLK4 MLK3 MLK2 MLK1 G109 G110 +LM4 +LM3 +LM2 +LM1 G111 G112 -LM4 -LM3 -LM2 -LM1 G113 G114 *+L4 *+L3 *+L2 *+L1 G115 G116 *-L4 *-L3 *-L2 *-L1 G117 G1
  • Page 2144. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G124 G125 G126 SVF4 SVF3 SVF2 SVF1 G127 G128 G129 G130 *IT4 *IT3 *IT2 *IT1 G131 G132 +MIT4 +MIT3 +MIT2 +MIT1 G133 G134 -MIT4 -MIT3 -MIT2 -MIT1 G135 G136 EAX4 EAX3 EAX2 EAX1 G137 G138 SYNC4 SYNC3 SYNC2 SYNC1 G139 G140 SYNCJ4 SYNCJ3 SYNCJ2 S
  • Page 215B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G149 EID31A EID30A EID29A EID28A EID27A EID26A EID25A EID24A G150 DRNE RTE OVCE ROV2E ROV1E G151 *FV7E *FV6E *FV5E *FV4E *FV3E *FV2E *FV1E *FV0E G152 G153 G154 EBUFB ECLRB ESTPB ESOFB ESBKB EMBUFB EFINB G155 EMSBKB EC6B EC5B EC4B EC3B EC2B
  • Page 2164. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G174 G175 G176 G177 G178 EBUFD ECLRD ESTPD ESOFD ESBKD EMBUFD EFIND G179 EMSBKD EC6D EC5D EC4D EC3D EC2D EC1D EC0D G180 EIF7D EIF6D EIF5D EIF4D EIF3D EIF2D EIF1D EIF0D G181 EIF15D EIF14D EIF13D EIF12D EIF11D EIF10D EIF9D EIF8D G182 EID7D E
  • Page 217B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 G199 G200 G201 G202 G203 G204 G205 G206 G207 G208 G209 G210 G211 G212 G213 G214 G215 G216 G217 G218 G219 G220 G221 G222 199
  • Page 2184. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 CNC → PMC Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 F000 OP SA STL SPL RWD F001 MA TAP ENB DEN BAL RST AL F002 MDRN CUT SRNMV THRD CSS RPDO INCH F003 MTCHIN MEDT MMEM MRMT MMDI MJ MH MINC F004 MREF MAFL MSBK MABSM MMLK MBDT1 F005 MBDT9 MBDT8 MBDT7 MBDT6 MBDT5 MB
  • Page 219B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 F025 S31 S30 S29 S28 S27 S26 S25 S24 F026 T07 T06 T05 T04 T03 T02 T01 T00 F027 T15 T14 T13 T12 T11 T10 T09 T08 F028 T23 T22 T21 T20 T19 T18 T17 T16 F029 T31 T30 T29 T28 T27 T26 T25 T24 F030 B07 B06 B05 B04 B03 B02 B01 B00 F031 B15 B14 B13 B
  • Page 2204. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 F050 MORA2B MORA1B PORA2B SLVSB RCFNB RCHPB CFINB CHPB F051 INCSTB PC1DEB F052 F053 EKENB BGEACT RPALM RPBSY PRGDPL INHKY F054 UO007 UO006 UO005 UO004 UO003 UO002 UO001 UO000 F055 UO015 UO014 UO013 UO012 UO011 UO010 UO009 UO008 F056 UO107
  • Page 221B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 F075 SPO KEYO DRNO MLKO SBKO BDTO F076 ROV2O ROV1O RTAP MP2O MP1O F077 RTO HS1DO HS1CO HS1BO HS1AO F078 *FV7O *FV6O *FV5O *FV4O *FV3O *FV2O *FV1O *FV0O F079 *JV7O *JV6O *JV5O *JV4O *JV3O *JV2O *JV1O *JV0O F080 *JV15O *JV14O *JV13O *JV12O *J
  • Page 2224. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 F100 ZP44 ZP43 ZP42 ZP41 F101 F102 MV4 MV3 MV2 MV1 F103 F104 INP4 INP3 INP2 INP1 F105 F106 MVD4 MVD3 MVD2 MVD1 F107 F108 MMI4 MMI3 MMI2 MMI1 F109 F110 F111 F112 EADEN4 EADEN3 EADEN2 EADEN1 F113 F114 TRQL4 TRQL3 TRQL2 TRQL1 F115 F116 F117 F
  • Page 223B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 F125 F126 F127 F128 F129 *EAXSL EOV0 F130 EBSYA EOTNA EOTPA EGENA EDENA EIALA ECKZA EINPA F131 EABUFA EMFA F132 EM28A EM24A EM22A EM21A EM18A EM14A EM12A EM11A F133 EBSYB EOTNB EOTPB EGENB EDENB EIALB ECKZB EINPB F134 EABUFB EMFB F135 EM28B
  • Page 2244. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–63505EN/02 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 F150 F151 EM48D EM44D EM42D EM41D EM38D EM34D EM32D EM31D F152 F153 F154 F155 F156 F157 F158 F159 F160 F161 F162 F163 F164 F165 F166 F167 F168 F169 F170 F171 F172 F173 F174 206
  • Page 225B–63505EN/02 4.INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 F175 F176 F177 F178 F179 F180 CLRCH4 CLRCH3 CLRCH2 CLRCH1 F181 F182 EACNT4 EACNT3 EACNT2 EACNT1 F183 F184 F185 F186 F187 F188 F189 F190 F191 F192 F193 F194 F195 207
  • Page 2265. DIGITAL SERVO B–63505EN/02 5 DIGITAL SERVO This chapter describes servo tuning screen required for maintenance of digital servo and adjustment of reference position. 5.1 INITIAL SETTING SERVO PARAMETERS . . . . . . 209 5.2 SERVO TUNING SCREEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 5.3 ADJUST
  • Page 227B–63505EN/02 5. DIGITAL SERVO 5.1 This section describes how to set initial servo parameters, which is used for field adjustment of machine tool. INITIAL SETTING 1. Turn on power at the emergency stop condition. SERVO 2. Set the parameter to display the servo tuning screen. PARAMETERS #7 #6 #5 #4 #3
  • Page 2285. DIGITAL SERVO B–63505EN/02 (2) Motor number See Manuals for servo amplifier a series. (3) Arbitrary AMR function (for 5–0S to 3–0S) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 PRM 2001 AMR7 AMR6 AMR5 AMR4 AMR4 AMR3 AMR2 AMR1 For each axis #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 Motor model 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5–0S 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4–0S,
  • Page 229B–63505EN/02 5. DIGITAL SERVO (7) Direction of travel PRM 2022 Rotational direction of motor 111 : Normal (clockwise) –111 : Reverse (counterclockwise) (8) Number of velocity pulses and position pulses 1) For serial pulse coder A or B, or serial a pulse coder Increment system : 1/1000mm Increment sy
  • Page 2305. DIGITAL SERVO B–63505EN/02 5.2 SERVO TUNING SCREEN 5.2.1 Set a parameter to display the servo tuning screen. Parameter Setting #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 3111 SVS #0 (SVS) 0 : Servo tuning screen is not displayed. 1 : Servo tuning screen is displayed. 5.2.2 1. Press SYSTEM key and soft key [SV. PARA
  • Page 231B–63505EN/02 5. DIGITAL SERVO #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 Alarm1 OVL LV OVC HCA HVA DCA FBA OFA DGN (200) : #0 (OFA) : Overflow alarm #1 (FBA) : Disconnection alarm #2 (DCA) : Discharge alarm #3 (HVA) : Excessive voltage alarm #4 (HCA) : Abnormal current alarm #5 (OVC) : Overcurrent alarm #6 (LV) : Insu
  • Page 2325. DIGITAL SERVO B–63505EN/02 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 Alarm4 DTE CRC STB PRM DGN (203) : #4 (PRM) : Parameter detected by the Digital servo is invalid. #5 (STB) : Communication error of serial pulse coder. Transmitted data is in error. #6 (CRC) : Communication error of serial pulse coder. Transmitte
  • Page 233B–63505EN/02 5. DIGITAL SERVO 5.3 ADJUSTING REFERENCE POSITION (DOG METHOD) 5.3.1 General Speed Rapid traverse (PRM1420α) FL rate (PRM1425 α ) Time Rapid traverse acc./dec. time constant (PRM1620 α ) *DECα PCZ Grid Grid shift amount Reference counter capacity (PRM1850) (PRM1821) 10mm/rev 10000P + Er
  • Page 2345. DIGITAL SERVO B–63505EN/02 PRM 1850 Grid shift amount per axis [P] When the resolution is 0.0001mm, set the value in the unit ten times the detection unit. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 PRM 1815 APC APZ OPT #1(OPT) 0 : Position detection is performed by the pulse coder built in the motor. 1 : Separate
  • Page 235B–63505EN/02 5. DIGITAL SERVO 5.4 When there are no dog nor limit switch for reference position return, this function enables the tool to return the reference position that is set by DOGLESS MTB. REFERENCE When the absolute position detector is used, the reference position once POSITION SETTING set
  • Page 2365. DIGITAL SERVO B–63505EN/02 5.4.3 Associated Parameters #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 PRM 1002 DLZ #1(DLZ) 0 : Dog is used for reference position return l 1 : Dogless reference position setting #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 PRM 1006 ZMI #5(ZMI) 0 : Reference position return and backlash initial direction is +
  • Page 237B–63505EN/02 6. AC SPINDLE 6 AC SPINDLE This chapter outlines the serial interface and analog interface spindle amplifiers and explains related parameters. 6.1 AC SPINDLE (SERIAL INTERFACE) . . . . . . . . . . . 220 6.1.1 Outline of Spindle Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 6.1.2 Spind
  • Page 2386. AC SPINDLE B–63505EN/02 6.1 AC SPINDLE (SERIAL INTERFACE) 6.1.1 Outline of Spindle Control S instruction M instruction NC PMC M03,M04,M05,M19 FIN *SSTP(Spindle stop) Motor speed SOVx( Spindle override) SF,GR1O,GR2O,GR3O (For machining center) GR1,GR2 (For lathe) S SOR( Orientation) (PRM 3735 to 3
  • Page 239B–63505EN/02 6. AC SPINDLE 6.1.1.1 Method A of gear change Output Motor speed for machining center 4095 Max Gear 2 PRM 3736 Gear 3 Gear 1 PRM 3735 0 0 PRM 3741 PRM 3742 PRM 3743 S code 6.1.1.2 Method B of gear change Output Motor speed for machining center 4095 Max (PRM 3705#2=1) PRM 3736 Gear 1 Gea
  • Page 2406. AC SPINDLE B–63505EN/02 6.1.2 Spindle Setting and Tuning Screen 6.1.2.1 Display method (1) Confirm the parameters #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 3111 SPS Bit1 (SPS) 0 : The spindle tuning screen is not displayed. l 1 : The spindle tuning screen is displayed. (2) Press the SYSTEM key to select the screen
  • Page 241B–63505EN/02 6. AC SPINDLE D Parameters S11:1st Main S12:1st Sub S21:2nd Main S22:2nd Sub Gear ratio(HIGH) 4056 4056 4216 4216 Gear ratio(MIDIUM HIGH) 4057 4057 Gear ratio(MIDIUM LOW) 4058 4058 4217 4217 Gear ratio(LOW) 4059 4059 Max. spindle speed (gear1) 3741 3741 Max. spindle speed (gear2) 3742 3
  • Page 2426. AC SPINDLE B–63505EN/02 D Displayed parameters The displayed parameters vary depending on the operation mode. Spindle positioning Normal Synchronization Cs contour control operation Orientation control Rigid tapping control Proportional gain Proportional gain Proportional gain Proportional gain P
  • Page 243B–63505EN/02 6. AC SPINDLE 6.1.2.4 Spindle monitor screen SPINDLE MONITOR SCREEN ALARM : AL–27(POSITION CODER DIS.) OPERATION : Cs AXIS OONTROL SPINDLE SPEED : 100 DEG/MIN MOTOR SPEED : 150 RPM 0 50 100 150 200 LOAD METER (%) JJJJJ CONTROL INPUT : ORCM MRDY *ESP CONTROL OUTPUT : SST SDT ORAR D Spind
  • Page 2446. AC SPINDLE B–63505EN/02 D Operation Following 6 modes are available: a. Normal operation b. Orientation c. Synchronous operation d. Rigid tapping e. Cs contour cotrol f. Spindle positioning control D Load meter The load meter displays spindle load in a unit of 10%. 1) Load meter[%] + Load meter d
  • Page 245B–63505EN/02 6. AC SPINDLE 6.1.2.5 Correspondence between operation mode and parameters on spindle tuning screen D Normal operation mode S11: S12: S21: S22: 1st Main 1st Sub 2nd Main 2nd Sub Proportional gain(HIGH) 4040 4206 4040 4206 Proportional gain (LOW) 4041 4207 4041 4207 Integral gain(HIGH) 4
  • Page 2466. AC SPINDLE B–63505EN/02 D Rigid tapping mode Numerals are parameter numbers : S11: S12: S21: S22: 1st Main 1st Sub 2nd Main 2nd Sub Proportional gain(HIGH) 4044 4210 4044 4210 Proportional gain(LOW) 4045 4211 4045 4211 Integral gain(HIGH) 4052 4052 4214 4214 Integral gain(LOW) 4053 4053 Position
  • Page 247B–63505EN/02 6. AC SPINDLE 6.1.3 The standard parameters related to each motor model can be set Automatic Setting of automatically. Standard Parameters D The specifications for controlling a motor depend on the specifications defined by the machine tool builder. The parameters defined by the machine
  • Page 2486. AC SPINDLE B–63505EN/02 6.2 AC SPINDLE (ANALOG INTERFACE) 6.2.1 Outline of Spindle Control 6.2.1.1 Block diagram S command M command PMC NC M03 to M05, M06, M19 CW/CCW command, Spindle speed orientation, etc. conversion FIN Miscellaneous function end Motor speed *SSTP Gear 1 Gear 2 Spindle stop G
  • Page 249B–63505EN/02 6. AC SPINDLE 6.2.1.2 Calculation of S analog voltage and related parameters [M series] 1 Gear change method A (bit 2 of parameter 3705 = 0) SVC Motor speed Gear 1 Gear 2 Gear 3 (4095) 10V Max PRM 3736 PRM 3735 0V S code 0 PRM 3741 PRM 3742 PRM 3743 (min–1) 2 Gear change method B (bit 2
  • Page 2506. AC SPINDLE B–63505EN/02 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 3706 TCW CWM TCW CWM Sign of output voltage 0 0 Analog voltage (+) with both M03 and M04 0 1 Analog voltage (–) with both M03 and M04 1 0 (+) with M03, (–) with M04 1 1 (–) with M03, (+) with M04 [M series] #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 3705 SGB SGB Spind
  • Page 251B–63505EN/02 6. AC SPINDLE 6.2.1.3 Tuning S analog voltage (1) For M series, change the upper and lower limits as follows: S When gear change method A is used: Parameter 3736 = 4095, (D/A converter) parameter 3735 = 0 S When gear change method B is used: Parameter 3751 = 4095, parameter 3735 = 0 . F
  • Page 2527. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7 TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter describes troubleshooting procedure. 7.1 CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR FAILURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 235 7.2 NO MANUAL OPERATION NOR AUTOMATIC OPERATION CAN BE EXECUTED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 237 7.3 JOG OPE
  • Page 253B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.1 When a failure occurs, it is important to correctly grasp what kind of failure occured and take appropriate action, to promptly recover the CORRECTIVE machine. ACTION FOR Check for the failure according to the following procedure : FAILURES When? With what What fai
  • Page 2547. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 3 What failure occurred ? D Which alarm was displayed on the alarm display screen? (Check the axis along which an alarm has occurred for alarms 300 to 599.) D For alarm 350 : Examine diagnostic 202 For alarm 351 : Examine diagnostic 203 For alarm 414 : What does diagn
  • Page 255B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.2 NO MANUAL OPERA- TION NOR AUTOMAT- IC OPERATION CAN BE EXECUTED Points (1) Execute the following procedure when no manual nor automatic operation is done (2) Check whether position display shows correct position (3) Check CNC status display (4) Check CNC internal s
  • Page 2567. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 (Example of display) JOG : Manual operation (JOG) mode HND : Manual handle (MPG) mode MDI : Manual data input (MDI) mode MEM : Automatic operation (Memory) mode EDIT: EDIT (Memory edit) mode #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G0043 MD4 MD2 MD1 ↓ ↓ ↓ Manual o
  • Page 257B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING b. Interlock or start lock There are a plural interlock signals. Check at first which interlock signal signal is input is used by the machine tool builder at the parameters shown below. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 3003 DIT ITX ITL #0 ITL=0 shows interlock signal *IT is eff
  • Page 2587. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 2. When machine (1) Machine lock signal (MLK) is input. coordinate value does not update on position #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 display G0044 MLK G0108 MLK4 MLK3 MLK2 MLK1 MLK : All axes machine lock MLKn : Each axis machine lock When the signal is 1, the corresponding m
  • Page 259B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.3 JOG OPERATION CANNOT BE DONE Points (1) Check whether position display is operating. (2) Check CNC status display. (3) Check internal status using Diagnostic funciton. Causes and Remedies 1. Position display (1) Check mode selection status (JOG mode is not selected
  • Page 2607. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 a. In–position check is It shows that positioning is not yet completed. Check the contents of the being done following diagnostic number. (It is 1 in the following condition) DGN 0300 Position Error >PARAM 1826 In–position width 1) Check the parameters according to th
  • Page 261B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING c. Jog feedrate override is Check the signals using PMC’s diagnostic function (PMCDGN) 0% #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G0010 *JV7 *JV6 *JV5 *JV4 *JV3 *JV2 *JV1 *JV0 G0011 *JV15 *JV14 *JV13 *JV12 *JV11 *JV10 *JV9 *JV8 When the override is 0% all bits of the above address bec
  • Page 2627. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.4 HANDLE OPERATION (MPG) CANNOT BE DONE Points (1) Check another manual operation (JOG) is accepted. (2) Check CNC status display. Causes and Countermeasure 1 JOG operation is not Consult with item 7.2 and 7.3. acceptable, either 2 When only handle (1) Check CNC sta
  • Page 263B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING (3) Manual handle feed multiplication is not correct Check the following signals using PMC’s PCDGN. Also confirm the following parameters based on the parameter list. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G0019 MP2 MP1 ↓ ↓ MP2 MP1 Multiplication 0 0 1 1 0 10 0 1 m 1 1 n 7113 Magnifi
  • Page 2647. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.5 AUTOMATIC OPERATION CANNOT BE DONE Points (1) Check manual operation is possible. (2) Check the status of cycle start LED on machine operator’s manual. (3) Check status of CNC. Causes and Remedies When manual operation is either impossible, perform countermeasure,
  • Page 265B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 2. When an automatic CNC’s status display shows “STRT” on the CRT. operation is in progress (1) Check the contents of diagnostic nos. 000 to 015. (Cycle start LED is lit) No. Message Display a. 000 WAITING FOR FIN SIGNAL : 1(Example) b. 001 MOTION :0 c. 002 DWELL :0 d.
  • Page 2667. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G0005 BFIN TFIN SFIN MFIN #0(MFIN) : M function finish signal #2(SFIN) : S function finish signal #3(TFIN) : T function finish signal #4(BFIN) : 2nd auxiliary function finish signal #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 F0007 BF TF SF MF #0(MF) :
  • Page 267B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING b. Travel command is being CNC is reading an axis command (X,Y,Z,...) in a program and giving the executed command to the axis. c. A dwell command is CNC is reading a dwell command (G04) in a program and is executing being executed the dwell command. d. In–position che
  • Page 2687. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 1) Interlock signal (*IT) is input #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G0008 *IT #0 (*IT) : When this bit is 0, interlock signal is input. 2) Interlock signal per each axis (*ITn) is input #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G0130 *IT4 *IT3 *IT2 *IT1 *ITn When the bit is 0, the corresponding
  • Page 269B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G0010 *JV7 *JV6 *JV5 *JV4 +JV3 *JV2 *JV1 *JV0 ↓ ↓ ↓ G0011 *JV15 *JV14 *JV13 *JV12 +JV11 *JV10 *JV9 *JV8 When override value is 0%, all bits of the above address is [1111 . . . 1111] or [0000 . . . 0000]. *JV15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JV0 Ove
  • Page 2707. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 (c) Thread cutting does not operate 1) Position coder does not rotate Check the connection between spindle and position coder The following failure is considered: D Timing belt is broken D Key is removed D Coupling is loose D Connector of signal cable is loosened 2) P
  • Page 271B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.6 CYCLE START LED SIGNAL HAS TURNED OFF Points (1) After cycle operation is started, then stopped, check as follows: (2) Confirm cycle start LED on machine operator’s panel. (3) Confirm CNC’s diagnostic function. Causes and Remedies The reason why cycle start LED sig
  • Page 2727. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 d. Reset & rewind signal is input #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G0008 RRW #6(RRW) : When this signal is 1, the reset & rewind signal is input. This signal is usually used for a confirmation signal of M30 when an M30 is specified in a program as the end of a program. Therefo
  • Page 273B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.7 NO DISPLAY APPEARS AT POWER–UP Points Check whether it is a trouble of display or a trouble of the system. Judgement of the point Check whether the STATUS LED on the main board shows the following state. 1 2 3 4 STATUS f (f : on, : off) If the status shows the abov
  • Page 2747. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.8 ALARM 85 TO 87 (START) (READER/PUNCHER INTERFACE ALARM) YES Alarm 85? NO S Check baud rate and other I/O parameters YES S I/O device is Alarm 86? faulty NO Is I/O NO parameter correct? YES Set correct parameters OFF Is power of I/O ? ON Turn on I/O device Is cable
  • Page 275B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING Value of parame- ter 0020 0 1 2 Function Feed 0101#7 0111#7 0121#7 Data input code 0101#3 0111#3 0121#3 Stop bit 0101#0 0111#0 0121#0 Type of I/O device 102 112 122 Baud rate 103 113 123 Communica- 0135#3 – – – tion method RS–232C I/O printed circuit board
  • Page 2767. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 0103 Baud rete 0113 0123 Value Baud rate 10 4800 7 600 11 9600 8 1200 12 19200 9 2400 (b) External I/O device or Host computer is in trouble (i) Check whether the setting on communication of external I/O device or host computer is the same as that of the CNC. (baud ra
  • Page 277B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING CNC main body RS–232–C (JD5A) RS–232–C (JD5B) Punch panel RD (01) (03) RD 0V (02) DR (03) (06) DR 0V (04) CS (05) (05) CS 0V (06) CD (07) (08) CD 0V (08) (09) +24V (10) SD (11) (02) SD 0V (12) ER (13) (20) ER 0V (14) RS (15) (04) RS 0V (16) (07) SG (
  • Page 2787. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 CNC I/O device side (punch panel) SD SD RD RD RS RS CS CS ER ER DR DR CD CD SG SG FG FG NOTE 1 When connecting FANUC’s Handy File or another I/O device, also connect the +24–V power supply. 2 RS coupled with CS and ER coupled with
  • Page 279B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.9 ALARM 90 (REFERENCE POSITION RETURN IS ABNORMAL) Contents Reference position return was executed when the following condition is not satisfied: The CNC received one rotation signal at least one time when the axis is moving to the reference position at a speed highe
  • Page 2807. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 (1) Check whether the motor ratated more than one rota- tion (one rotation signal is issued ) at faster than 128 pulses of position error amount. NO Return start position is too close Rotated ? S Chagne the return start position. YES S Move the machine at faster that
  • Page 281B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.10 Absolute position data in the serial pulse coder was lost. (This alarm will be generated when serial pulse coder is exchanged or ALARM 300 position feedback signal cable of the serial pulse coder is disconnected). (REQUEST FOR REFERENCE POSITION RETURN) Remedies M
  • Page 2827. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.11 The absolute pulse coder cable, or servo module on the main board may be faulty. ALARM 301 TO 305 (ABSOLUTE PULSE CODER IS FAULTY) Countermeasures 1 Agitate the cable connected to the SERVO 1 to 4 or the cable connected to the ENC 1 to 4 of servomodule. If an ala
  • Page 283B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.12 This alarm is generated when absolute pulse coder battery becomes low. ALARM 306 TO 308 (ABSOLUTE PULSE CODER BATTERY IS LOW) Remedies 1 Battery for built–in absolute pulse coderReplace the battery connected to connector CX5X (or CX5Y) of the servo amplifier modul
  • Page 2847. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.13 An error is generated in the control section of the serial α pulse coder. ALARM 350 (SERIAL α PULSE CODER IS ABNORMAL) Points 1 Alarm No. 351 has also generated⇒Refer to alarm 351. 2 Only alarm No. 350 has generated⇒Refer to the following Confirm the details by d
  • Page 285B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.14 An error is generated in communication with serial α pulse coder. ALARM 351 (SERIAL α PULSE CODER COMMUNICATION IS ABNORMAL) Points Check the details by the diagnostic function of the CNC. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 DGN 0202 DTE CRC STB #5(STB) Stop bit error has gen
  • Page 2867. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.15 Amplifier or overheat of motor is detected. ALARM 400 (OVERLOAD) 400 SERVO ALM :X OVERLOAD ⇐ Example of CRT display. Axis name is also displayed. Points Confirm the detail by the diagnostic function of CNC. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 DGN 0200 OVL #7(OVL) 1 OVERLOAD
  • Page 287B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING D Overheat of power supply module (START) Check LED status of power supply module NO [3] ? YES NO(Not light) [-] ? YES Check input power volt- NO age of power supply Is amplifier hot ? module YES NO Normal ? YES S Check whether the ambient Power supply temperature has
  • Page 2887. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.16 Ready signal (*DRDY) of servo amplifier is not turned on or turned off during operation. ALARM 401 (*DRDY SIGNAL TURNED OFF) (START) *When alarm 414 is also generated, LED shows a number. Consult with alarm 414. Check LED status of servo amplifier module NO(Not l
  • Page 289B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.17 *DRDY signal is turned on before MCON signal is turned on. Or *DRDY is not turned off after MCON signal is turned off. ALARM 404 (*DRDY SIGNAL TURNED ON) D Causes 1 Servo amplifier module (SVM) is faulty. 2 Between servo amplifier module (SVM) and main board is fa
  • Page 2907. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.18 Position error amount at stop (DGN 300) exceeds a value set by parameter No. 1829. ALARM 410 (EXCESSIVE (START) POSITION ERROR AMOUNT DURING YES Is it vertical axis? STOP) NO Check parameters 1825 and 1829 if they are cor- Check servo off signal of rect (see para
  • Page 291B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.19 Position error amount during movement (DGN 300) execeeds a value set by parameter 1828. ALRAM 411 (EXECESSIVE (START) POSITION ERROR DURING MOVE) With a move command, does this alarm occur af- ter machine moves ? YES (Move) Moves and 1 alarmed? NO (No move) Turn o
  • Page 2927. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 1 Move the machine at constant low speed and check DGN 300. YES Value fluctuate ? NO S Check whether the cut- ting conditions are too Compare the value Note 1) severe. obtained by the fol- lowing formula and S Check whether exces- DGN 300 sive load is being im- posed
  • Page 293B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.20 ALARM 414 (DIGITAL SERVO 414 SERVO ALARM:X–AXIS EXAMPLE OF DISPLAY AXIS NAME DETECTED SYSTEM IS DETECTION IS DISPLAYED SYSTEM ERROR ABNORMAL) Points Check details by CNC’s diagnostic fucntion and LED display on the servo amplifier module and power supply module. 1
  • Page 2947. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.21 Position detection signal line is disconnected or short–circuited. ALRAM 416 (DISCONNECTION ALARM) Point Check the details using the CNC’s diagnostic fucntion. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 DGN 0200 FBA DGN 0201 ALD EXP ↓ ↓ FBA only is set to 1. The pulse coder is disc
  • Page 295B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.22 Digital servo parameters are abnormal. (Digital servo parameters are set incorrectly.) ALARM 417 (DIGITAL SERVO SYSTEM IS ABNORMAL) D Causes 1 Confirm the setting value of the following parameters: PRM 2020 : Motor format number PRM 2022 : Motor rotation direction
  • Page 2967. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.23 Spindle speed changes abnormally due to load. ALARM 704 (SPINDLE SPEED FLUCTUATION DETECTION ALARM) Remedies Check whether spindle speed is constant by view of the speed meter on CRT. YES Constant ? NO Is a heavy cutting being per- formed ? Confirm spindle load o
  • Page 297B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.24 A communication error has ocuured in serial spindle. ALARM 749 (SERIAL SPINDLE COMMUNICATION ERROR) Causes and Remedies Improper connection between the main board and the serial spindle. The following reason is considered. S Memory & spindle module is faulty S A c
  • Page 2987. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.25 When the spindle amplifier does not become normal state immediately after power is turned on in the serial spindle system, this alarm is ALARM 750 informed. (SPINDLE SERIAL LINK CANNOT BE STARTED) Points This alarm does not occur once the system becomes ready inc
  • Page 299B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING Remedies Reform the following countermeasures based on the above configurations: (1) #0(SHE)1: The serial communication module is detected to be abnormal. Replace the memory and spindle module. To replace the memory and spindle module, see the description of the main p
  • Page 3007. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.26 With serial spindle system, an alarm on the spindle amplifier unit (SPM) is informed to the CNC. ALARM 751 The alarm contents is displayed by xx on the display of spindle amp. (SPINDLE ALARM) The CNC holds an alarm number display (xx). D Causes and Remedies Refer
  • Page 301B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.27 Because an ambient temperature of the control unit becomes high, a thermostat mounted on the main board functions and informs an alarm. ALARM 700 (OVERHEAT AT CONTROL SIDE) Remedies (START) Check fan on the top of the control unit is oper- ating when power is on.
  • Page 3027. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.28 ROM parity error occurred. ALARM 900 (ROM PARITY ERROR) Causes and Remedies FROM and SRAM modules on the main board or main board is defective. SYSTM ALARM D401–01 900 ROM PARITY CNC FLASH ROM F–ROM files those are in trouble A01 A02 are displayed. MACRO FLASH RO
  • Page 303B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.29 DRAM parity error ALARM 910 AND 911 (DRAM PARITY ERROR) Causes and Remedies The DRAM installed on the main board may be defective. ⇒ Replace the main board. NOTE When the main board is replaced, all data stored in the memory is lost. Set the NC data again accordin
  • Page 3047. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.30 SRAM parameter error ALARM 912 AND 913 (SRAM PARITY ERROR) Causes and Remedies (1) Data stored in the SRAM is invalid. If a parity alarm is repeatedly issued immediately after the power is turned on, turn off the power, then perform a memory all clear operation.
  • Page 305B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING NOTE 1 For the specifications and mounting locations of the modules, see Subsection 2.2.1. 2 When the FROM and SRAM module is replaced S The NC data stored in the memory is lost. Reenter the NC data according to the section describing data input/output. S The ladder pr
  • Page 3067. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.31 920: Watch dog alarm or RAM parity in servo control circuit has occurred in the 1st or 2nd axis ALARM 920 AND 921 921: Above alarm has occurred in the 3rd or 4th axis (WATCH DOG OR RAM PARITY) points D Watch dog timer alarm The timer used to monitor the operation
  • Page 307B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.32 The servo module is not mounted. ALARM 924 NOTE (SERVO MODULE This alarm may not occur during normal operaion. MOUNTING ERROR) This alarm may be generated when a PCB is changed for maintenance. D Causes and remedies (1) Check whether servo module is mounted or not
  • Page 3087. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.33 930: CPU error (abnormal interrupt) has generated. ALARM 930 (CPU ERROR) Causes and Remedies D Mother board or CPU An interrupt which will not occur during usual operation has generated. card If operation is performed normally by power off and on, noise may be a
  • Page 309B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.34 An error occurred when RAM test is being executed. ALARM 950 (PMC SYSTEM ALARM) Causes and Remedies The following causes are considered : S PMC control module is faulty. S PMC user program is faulty (FROM and SRAM module is faulty.) S Main board is faulty. NOTE 1
  • Page 3107. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.35 Abnormal 24 V input power The voltage of the 24 VDC input power supply has decreased or ALARM 960 increased. (ABNORMAL 24 V INPUT POWER) Causes and Remedies Check if the voltage of the 24 VDC power supply is normal (24 VDC ± 10%). When the check result is abnorma
  • Page 311B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.36 RAM parity error or NMI has occurred in the PMC control module. ALARM 970 (NMI ALARM IN PMC CONTROL MODULE) Causes and Remedies Following cause is considered. S PMC control module is faulty. S PMC user program error (FROM and SRAM module failure) For information r
  • Page 3127. TROUBLESHOOTING B–63505EN/02 7.37 A communication error is detected between the CNC and FANUC I/O unit at SLC in the PMC control module. ALARM 971 (NMI ALARM IN SLC) Causes and Remedies Following cause is considered. S PMC control module is faulty. Refer to “alarm 950” for changing of PMC control
  • Page 313B–63505EN/02 7.TROUBLESHOOTING 7.38 An unknown NMI has generated. ALARM 973 (NMI ALARM BY UNKNOWN CAUSE) Causes and Remedies 1) I/O board, back panel, or main board is faulty NOTE When the main board is replaced, all the data stored in memory is lost. Refer to data input/ output item and set NC data
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  • Page 317B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST A ALARM LIST A.1 LIST OF ALARM CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300 A.2 LIST OF ALARMS (PMC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 318 A.3 ALARMS (SERIAL SPINDLE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 323 A.4 ERROR CODES (SERIAL SPINDLE) . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 318A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 A.1 LIST OF ALARM CODES (1) Program errors /Alarms on program and operation (P/S alarm) Number Message Contents 000 PLEASE TURN OFF POWER A parameter which requires the power off was input, turn off power. 001 TH PARITY ALARM TH alarm (A character with incorrect p
  • Page 319B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST Number Message Contents 027 NO AXES COMMANDED IN No axis is specified in G43 and G44 blocks for the tool length offset type G43/G44 (M series) C. Offset is not canceled but another axis is offset for the tool length offset type C. Modify the program. 028 ILLEGAL P
  • Page 320A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 Number Message Contents 046 ILLEGAL REFERENCE RETURN Other than P2, P3 and P4 are commanded for 2nd, 3rd and 4th refer- COMMAND ence position return command. 050 CHF/CNR NOT ALLOWED IN THRD Optional chamfering or corner R is commanded in the thread cutting BLK (M
  • Page 321B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST Number Message Contents 065 ILLEGAL COMMAND IN G71–G73 1. G00 or G01 is not commanded at the block with the sequence num- (T series) ber which is specified by address P in G71, G72, or G73 command. 2. Address Z(W) or X(U) was commanded in the block with a sequence
  • Page 322A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 Number Message Contents ILLEGAL AXIS COMMAND IN G37 In automatic tool length measurement, an invalid axis was specified or (M series) the command is incremental. Modify the program. 083 ILLEGAL AXIS COMMAND IN G37 In automatic tool compensation (G36, G37), an inva
  • Page 323B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST Number Message Contents 111 CALCULATED DATA OVERFLOW The result of calculation turns out to be invalid, an alarm No.111 is is- sued. –1047 to –10–29, 0, 10–29 to 1047 Modify the program. 112 DIVIDED BY ZERO Division by zero was specified. (including tan 90°) Modif
  • Page 324A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 Number Message Contents 139 CAN NOT CHANGE PMC An axis is selected in commanding by PMC axis control. CONTROL AXIS Modify the program. 141 CAN NOT COMMAND G51 IN CRC G51 (Scaling ON) is commanded in the tool offset mode. (M series) Modify the program. 142 ILLEGAL
  • Page 325B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST Number Message Contents 190 ILLEGAL AXIS SELECT In the constant surface speed control, the axis specification is wrong. (M series) (See parameter No. 3770.) The specified axis command (P) contains an illegal value. Correct the program. 194 SPINDLE COMMAND IN A con
  • Page 326A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 Number Message Contents 213 ILLEGAL COMMAND IN Movement is commanded for the axis to be synchronously controlled. SYNCHRO–MODE Any of the following alarms occurred in the operation with the simple synchronization control. 1) The program issued the move command to
  • Page 327B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST Number Message Contents 5018 POLYGON AXIS SPPED ERROR The rotating speed ratio of the command value cannot be maintained (T series) in the G51.2 mode , because the spped of the spindle or the polygon turning synchronous axis exceeds the clamp value or itis too slo
  • Page 328A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 (2) Background edit alarm Number Message Contents ??? BP/S alarm BP/S alarm occurs in the same number as the P/S alarm that occurs in ordinary program edit. (070, 071, 072, 073, 074 085,086,087 etc.) 140 BP/S alarm It was attempted to select or delete in the backg
  • Page 329B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST (4) Serial pulse coder (SPC) alarms When either of the following alarms is issued, a possible cause is a faulty serial pulse coder or cable. Number Message Contents 350 SPC ALARM: n AXIS PULSE The n axis (axis 1–4) pulse coder has a fault. Refer to diagnosis displ
  • Page 330A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 (5) Servo alarms Number Message Contents 400 SERVO ALARM: n–TH AXIS The n–th axis (axis 1–4) overload signal is on. Refer to diagnosis dis- OVERLOAD play No. 200, 201 for details. 401 SERVO ALARM: n–TH AXIS VRDY The n–th axis (axis 1–4) servo amplifier READY signa
  • Page 331B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST Number Message Contents 421 EXCESS ER(D)’ : EXCESS ERROR While the dual position feedback function is being applied, an excessive difference was detected between a semi–closed loop error and closed loop error. Check the dual position conversion factor set in param
  • Page 332A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 204 OFS MCC LDA PMS OFS : A current conversion error has occured in the digital servo. MCC : A magnetic contactor contact in the servo amplifier has welded. LDA : The LED indicates that serial pulse coder C is defective. PMS : A feedback pu
  • Page 333B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST (9) Serial spindle alarms Number Message Contents 749 S–SPINDLE LSI ERROR It is serial communication error while system is executing after power supply on. Following reasons can be considered. 1) Optical cable connection is fault or cable is not connected or cable
  • Page 334A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 D The details of spindle The details of spindle alarm No. 750 are displayed in the diagnosis display alarm No.750 (No. 409) as shown below. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 409 SPE S2E S1E SHE #0 (SHE) 0 : The serial communications module in the CNC is normal. 1 : The seri
  • Page 335B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST (10) System alarms (These alarms cannot be reset with reset key.) Number Message Contents 900 ROM PARITY F–ROM parity error in a ROM file (control software), such as CNC, macro, or digital servo. The F–ROM module may be defective. 910 DRAM PARITY : (Low) DRAM pari
  • Page 336A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 A.2 LIST OF ALARMS (PMC) (1) Alarm messages (PMC) Message Contents and solution ALARM NOTHING Normal status ER01 PROGRAM DATA The sequence program in the debugging RAM is defective. ERROR(RAM) (solution) Please clear the debugging RAM and input LADDER again. The d
  • Page 337B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST Message Contents and solution ER20 SYMBOL/COMMENT Editing the symbol and comment was interrupted by the power off or by the switch to DATA ERROR the CNC screen by the function key etc. (solution) Please edit symbol and comment once on PMC. Or, please input symbol
  • Page 338A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 *When ER00 to ER26 occur, sequence program is not available. Message Contents and solution WN02 OPERATE PANEL The address setting data of the operator’s panel for FS to 0 is illegal. ADDRESS ERROR (solution) Please correct the address setting data. WN03 ABORT NC t
  • Page 339B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST Message Contents and solution PARAMETER NOTHING There is no parameter of the functional instruction. PLEASE COMPLETE NET The error net was found in LADDER. (solution) After correcting the error net, please continue operating. PLEASE KEY IN SUB NO. Please input the
  • Page 340A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 (3) Alarm messages (For edit module and RAM module) Message Contents and solution I/O OPEN ERROR nn An error occurs when the reader/puncher interface was started. nn= –1 Because the interface is used with NC etc., the interface is not able to be opened by PMC side
  • Page 341B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST A.3 ALARMS (SERIAL SPINDLE) NOTE*1 Note that the meanings of the SPM indications differ depending on which LED, the red or yellow LED, is on. When the red LED is on, the SPM indicates a 2–digit alarm number. When the yellow LED is on, the SPM indicates an error nu
  • Page 342A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 SPM indica- Faulty location and remedy Description tion(*1) 11 1 Check the selected PSM. Overvoltage of the DC link section of the PSM was de- 2 Check the input power voltage and change in power tected. (PSM alarm indication: 7) during motor deceleration. If the v
  • Page 343B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST SPM indica- Faulty location and remedy Description tion(*1) 31 1 Check and correct the load status. The motor cannot rotate at a specified speed. (A level 2 Replace the motor sensor cable (JY2 or JY5). not exceeding the SST level for the rotation command has exist
  • Page 344A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 SPM indica- Faulty location and remedy Description tion(*1) 47 1 Replace the cable. 1 The A/B phase signal of the spindle position coder 2 Re–adjust the BZ sensor signal. (connector JY4) is abnormal. 3 Correct the cable layout (vicinity of the power line). 2 The A
  • Page 345B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX A. ALARM LIST A.4 ERROR CODES (SERIAL SPINDLE) NOTE*1 Note that the meanings of the SPM indications differ depending on which LED, the red or yellow LED, is on. When the yellow LED is on, an error code is indicated with a 2–digit number. The error code is not displayed on the C
  • Page 346A. ALARM LIST APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 SPM indica- Faulty location and remedy Description tion(*1) 12 During execution of the spindle synchronization com- Although spindle synchronization is being performed, mand, do not specify another operation mode. Before another operation mode (Cs contour control,
  • Page 347B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX B. LIST OF MAINTENANCE PARTS B LIST OF MAINTENANCE PARTS Name Specification Remarks Fan motor For 2–slot case (2.4W) A90L–0001–0378 One fan motor per two slots A98L–0031–0006 For CNC memory Battery for Back–up A98L–0001–0902 For α series absolute pulse coder Power supply fuse A
  • Page 348C. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 C BOOT SYSTEM C.1 OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 331 C.2 OPERATION AND CORRESPONDING SCREENS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 333 C.3 ERROR MESSAGES AND REQUIRED ACTIONS . . . . . . . .
  • Page 349B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX C. BOOT SYSTEM C.1 The boot system of first loads the CNC system software (flash RAM ! DRAM), then starts execution of the CNC software so that other software OUTLINE can be executed. The CNC boot system supports the following system maintenance functions: (1) Registering a fil
  • Page 350C. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 C.1.2 The boot system manages files in flash memory by dividing them into two System File and User main groups: system files and user files. These two groups have the following characteristics: File D System files CNC and servo control software provided by FANUC
  • Page 351B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX C. BOOT SYSTEM C.2 When the boot system is started, the MAIN MENU screen appears. The contents of this screen are described below: OPERATION AND CORRESPONDING SCREENS  SYSTEM MONITOR MAIN MENU 60M4 - 01  1. SYSTEM DATA LOADING  2. SYSTEM DATA CHECK  3. SYSTEM DATA DELETE 
  • Page 352C. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 C.2.1 System Data Loading Screen Description This screen is used to read a system or user file from a memory card and write it to flash memory. Screen configuration  SYSTEM DATA LOADING 1/1 [BOARD:MAIN] FILE DIRECTORY  D401A_B.MEM D401A_A1.MEM  END ∗∗∗ MESSAGE
  • Page 353B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX C. BOOT SYSTEM (4) When the function terminates normally, the system displays the following message. Press the [SELECT] soft key. If an error occurs, see Appendix (B). ∗∗∗ MESSAGE ∗∗∗ LOADING COMPLETE. HIT SELECT KEY. Others (a) Counter display while a file is being loaded Whil
  • Page 354C. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 C.2.2 System Data Check Screen Description This screen is used to list files in flash memory, together with the number of 128-KB management units constituting each file and the series and edition of the software. Screen configuration  SYSTEM DATA CHECK [BOARD:MA
  • Page 355B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX C. BOOT SYSTEM Operation (1) Select the file for which details are required. For example, select “1 NC BASIC.” (2) The numbers of management units in the selected file are listed, together with the series and edition of the software. After checking the list, press the [SELECT]
  • Page 356C. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 C.2.3 System Data Delete Screen Description This screen is used to delete a user file from flash memory. Screen configuration  SYSTEM DATA DELETE [BOARD:MAIN] FILE DIRECTORY  1 NC BASIC(10) 2 DG SERVO( 1) 3 PMC-RB ( 1) 4 PCD 0.5M( 4) 5 NC1 OPTN( 8) 6 PMC0BSC (
  • Page 357B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX C. BOOT SYSTEM Others D System file and user file on SYSTEM DATA DELETE screen The SYSTEM DATA DELETE function provides a safeguard against accidental deletion of the system files. User files, however, are not protected. Protected system files can be overwritten by using the SY
  • Page 358C. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 C.2.4 System Data Save Screen Description This screen is used to write a user file from flash memory to a memory card. This function supports the writing of user files only. System files cannot be written from flash memory to a memory card. Screen configuration 
  • Page 359B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX C. BOOT SYSTEM (4) When saving terminates normally, the system displays the following message. Press the [SELECT] key. The name of the file written to the memory card is displayed. Check the file name. ∗∗∗ MESSAGE ∗∗∗ FILE SAVE COMPLETE. HIT SELECT KEY. SAVE FILE NAME : PMC–RA.
  • Page 360C. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 C.2.5 SRAM Data Backup Screen Description This screen is used for the batch saving and restoring of parameters, programs, and other data to be retained after the CNC is turned off to/from a memory card. Screen configuration Select “4 SRAM DATA BACKUP” from the SY
  • Page 361B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX C. BOOT SYSTEM (3) Upon terminating normally, the system displays the following message. Press the [SELECT] soft key. SRAM BACKUP COMPLETE. HIT SELECT KEY. [Restoring data] (1) Select “2. RESTORE SRAM.” The system displays the following message. Press the [YES] key. ∗∗∗ MESSAGE
  • Page 362C. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 C.2.6 Memory Card File Delete Screen Description This screen is used to delete a file from a memory card. Screen configuration  SYSTEM DATA LOADING 1/1 FILE DIRECTORY  D401A_B.MEM D401A_A1.MEM  END ∗∗∗ MESSAGE ∗∗∗  SELECT FILE AND HIT SELECT KEY [ SELECT ][ Y
  • Page 363B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX C. BOOT SYSTEM C.2.7 Memory Card Format Function Description This function is used to format a memory card. A memory card must be formatted before it can be used for the first time or before it is to be re-used after its data has been lost as a result of its battery failing or
  • Page 364C. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 C.2.8 End of Boot System Description This function is used to terminate the boot system and activate the CNC. Operation On the MAIN MENU screen, select “9. END.” The system displays the “ARE YOU SURE? HIT YES OR NO” message. To terminate the boot system and activ
  • Page 365B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX C. BOOT SYSTEM C.3 The following table lists and explains error messages in alphabetical order. ERROR MESSAGES AND REQUIRED ACTIONS Message Description and required action D DELETE ERROR. Cause An attempt to delete a file from flash ROM was unsuccessful. HIT SELECT KEY. Action
  • Page 366C. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 Message Description and required action M MAX EXTENSION OVER. Cause The extension number added to a file name exceeds 031. HIT SELECT KEY. Action Delete any unnecessary backup files from the memory card. MEMORY CARD BATTERY ALARM. Cause The memory card’s battery
  • Page 367B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX C. BOOT SYSTEM Message Description and required action S SRAM DATA BACKUP ERROR. Cause An attempt to write a backup file to a memory card failed. HIT SELECT KEY. Action Check that the memory card is normal. SRAMXXXX * NOT FOUND. Cause A backup file of the SRAM with a capacity o
  • Page 368D. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 D MEMORY CARD INTERFACE D.1 OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 351 D.2 USABLE CARDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 352 D.3 BOOT SYSTEM FUNCTIONS USABLE WITH MEMORY CARDS . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 369B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX D. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE D.1 Via the memory card interface, data input/output (registering and saving user files (PMC ladder programs and P–CODE macro programs) in the OUTLINE CNC flash memory, and batch saving and restoration of battery backup files (SRAM area) including param
  • Page 370D. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 D.2 Three types of memory cards can be used for data input/output: USABLE CARDS D SRAM memory card D Flash memory card D Flash ATA card D.2.1 An SRAM memory card that complies with any of the following can be used: SRAM Memory Card D TYPE1 to TYPE2 of J
  • Page 371B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX D. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE D.2.3 The flash ATA card has the advantage that data input/output can be Flash ATA Card performed on a personal computer equipped with the PCMCIA interface without using a special PC card reader/writer. Flash ATA cards that satisfy the standard and size
  • Page 372D. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 D.2.4 When the capacity of a memory card is indicated, it usually represents an Memory Card Capacity unformatted capacity. The actually usable capacity of a memory card slightly decreases after the card is formatted. This means that a memory card that h
  • Page 373B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX D. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE D.3 The table below indicates the memory card related functions of the boot system usable with each type of memory card. BOOT SYSTEM FUNCTIONS USABLE WITH MEMORY CARDS SRAM memory Flash memory System monitor menu function Operation Flash ATA card card c
  • Page 374D. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 NOTE S The following notes are applicable to all types of memory cards: 1 The files on a memory card that can be displayed and selected are only the first to 64th files registered in the root directory area. 2 The files on a memory card that can be disp
  • Page 375B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX D. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE D.4 When a flash memory card is used with a personal computer, a memory card reader/writer compatible with the flash memory card is used. In this HANDLING OF case, the user must observe some notes described below. FLASH MEMORY CARDS D.4.1 CardPro format
  • Page 376D. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 D.5 EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS FOR MEMORY CARD D.5.1 Names and Function of Memory Components WRITE PROTECT SWITCH BATTERY CASE Name Function 1 Write Protect The memory card can be protected from writing data Switch into the memory card by setting of the write
  • Page 377B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX D. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE D.6 OPERATING OF MEMORY CARD D.6.1 (1) Insert the memory card in the direction shown in the figure through Connection of Memory the memory card insertion slot. Card (2) The memory card cannot be inserted with wrong side, because the memory card has inse
  • Page 378D. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 D.7 The SRAM card has a built–in battery for memory backup. BATTERY CHANGE D.7.1 CR2025 or equivalent battery can be used for the SRAM memory card. Battery D.7.2 The battery life is as follows. Battery Life But the battery life in the table is only refe
  • Page 379E. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX (BOOT–UP AND IPL) E MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC (BOOT–UP AND IPL) E.1 OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362 E.2 CHANGING START SEQUENCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . 363 E.3 EXPLANATION OF SCREENS . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 380E. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC (BOOT–UP AND IPL) APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 E.1 Ncboot32.exe provides the following functions: OVERVIEW S BOOT screen (for CNC system data maintenance, SRAM backup, and so forth) S IPL screen (for clearing SRAM, and so forth) S Display of the CNC power–on screen S Display of C
  • Page 381E. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX (BOOT–UP AND IPL) E.2 With the setting switch on the HSSB board on the CNC side, the start sequence can be changed. CHANGING START Position 0 can be selected as required to perform maintenance using the SEQUENCES boot and IPL screens. Position 0 (main
  • Page 382E. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC (BOOT–UP AND IPL) APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 E.3 EXPLANATION OF NOTE SCREENS A mouse is required to display Ncboot32.exe screens. E.3.1 Boot Screen When the sub–board is provided, select a board in the [Board] list. The area where the file is to be placed can be changed by usin
  • Page 383E. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX (BOOT–UP AND IPL) E.3.1.1 The following screen is used for manipulating system data (including System data control software and ladder programs) on the NC. manipulation [Load...] opens the file selection screen. Specify a file to be loaded. [Save] sav
  • Page 384E. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC (BOOT–UP AND IPL) APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 E.3.1.2 This screen is used to store and restore NC SRAM data. SRAM operation [Backup] stores SRAM data, and [Restore] restores SRAM data. In the center of the screen, the progress status is displayed. As with the NC, the backup file
  • Page 385E. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX (BOOT–UP AND IPL) E.3.1.3 The following screen is used for operating files on a memory card in the File operation CNC or in a folder of the PC. [Delete] deletes a selected file. [Format] formats the memory card. This button is valid when the memory ca
  • Page 386E. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC (BOOT–UP AND IPL) APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 E.3.2 IPL Screen NOTE The contents of the IPL screen vary depending on the CNC model. Follow the instructions displayed in the menu. The CNC allows functions to be performed according to the key status set at power–on. The open CNC d
  • Page 387E. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX (BOOT–UP AND IPL) E.3.2.1 Functions on the IPL Corresponding MDI screen key operation at Title on IPL screen power–on (Operation with a standard CNC) 0. EXIT 1. MEMORY CLEAR 0. CANCEL 1. ALL MEMORY + 2. PARAMETER AND OFFSET 3.
  • Page 388E. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC (BOOT–UP AND IPL) APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 E.4 OTHER SCREENS E.4.1 CNC System Alarm Screen This screen appears when a system alarm is issued in the CNC. (The above screen is an example. The displayed information varies depending on the system alarm issued in the CNC.) 370
  • Page 389E. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC B–63505EN/02 APPENDIX (BOOT–UP AND IPL) E.4.2 To open the status screen, double–click the icon in the system tray. Status Screen Alternatively, in the menu popped up by right–clicking, click OPEN. Node: Node number Name: Node name. (Define the node name in advance by using
  • Page 390E. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN CNC (BOOT–UP AND IPL) APPENDIX B–63505EN/02 E.4.3 On the option setting screen, application programs can be registered. Option Setting Screen When a program uses the data window library, the program does not run unless it is started after the work area for the data window libr
  • Page 391B–63505EN/02 Index [A] Alarm 970 (NMI Alarm in PMC Control Module), 293 AC Spindle, 219 Alarm 971 (NMI Alarm in SLC), 294 AC Spindle (Analog Interface), 230 Alarm 973 (NMI Alarm by Unknown Cause), 295 AC Spindle (Serial Interface), 220 Alarm Display, 26 Action Against Noise, 119 Alarm History Screen
  • Page 392Index B–63505EN/02 Corrective Action for Failures, 235 Graphic of Wave Diagnosis Data, 60 Correspondence between operation mode and parame- Ground, 120 ters on spindle tuning screen, 227 Cycle Start LED Signal has Turned off, 253 [H] Handle Operation (MPG) Cannot be Done, 244 [D] Handling of Flash M
  • Page 393B–63505EN/02 Index List of Alarm Codes, 300 Outline of Spindle Control, 220, 230 List of Alarms (PMC), 318 Outputting CNC Parameters, 128 List of Maintenance Parts, 329 Outputting Custom Macro Common Variables, 143 List of Operations, 70 Outputting Custom Macro Variable Values, 130 List of Signals,
  • Page 394Index B–63505EN/02 [S] System Data Delete Screen, 338 System Data Loading Screen, 334 Screen Display, 26, 27, 30, 83 System data manipulation, 365 Screen Displayed Immediately After Power is Turned on, 21 System Data Save Screen, 340 Separating Signal Lines, 119 System File and User File, 332 Servo
  • Page 395Revision Record FANUCĄSeries 0i-MODEL A MAINTENANCE MANUAL (B–63505EN) Addition of following functions D 7.2″ monochrome LCD/MDI 02 Mar., 2002 D 10.4″ color LCD Correction of errors 01 Jul., 2000 Edition Date Contents Edition Date Contents
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  • Page 397TECHNICAL REPORT (MANUAL) NO.TMN 05 /083E Date: 1 Aug. 2005 General Manager of CNC Laboratory Correction of FANUC Series 0i-MODEL A MAINTENANCE MANUAL (B-63505EN/02) 1. Communicate this report to: Your information GE Fanuc-N, GE Fanuc-E FANUC Robotics CINCINNATI MILACRON Machine tool builder Sales a
  • Page 398Name FANUC Series 0i-MODEL A MAINTENACE MANUAL Spec.No./Version B-63505EN/02 2. Summary of change Group Name / Outline New, Add, Applicable Correct, Date Delete Basic Function Optional Function Unit Maintenance parts Notice Correction There is a correction. Correction of servo alarm details at 1.8.2
  • Page 3991.8.2 Contents Displayed Detail of serial pulse coder Correct item "DGN 0201" as follow. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 DGN 0201 ALD EXP Amplifier overheat 0 - - - Overload Motor overheat alarm Motor overheat 1 - - - Amplifier overheat 1 - - 0 Built-in pulse coder (hand hard) Disconnection of separated typ
  • Page 400FANUC Series 0i - MODEL A MAINTENANCE MANUAL About the operations of memory clearing 1.Type of applied technical documents Name FANUC Series 0i - MODEL A MAINTENANCE MANUAL Spec.No./Ed. B-63505EN/02 2.Summary of Change New, Add, Applicable Group Name/Outline Correct, Date Delete Correction of “1.12
  • Page 401The table "Clear"(p.74) in "1.12 LIST OF OPERATIONS " is replaced with the following table. Data Param- Func- prote- Function eter Mode tion Operation Cleared data ction write=1 key key Memory all clear At - <RESET>AND<DELETE> All data on SRAM power ON Parameter/offset clear ○ At - <RESET> Parameter
  • Page 402The table (p.369) in " APPENDIX E.3.2.1 Functions on the IPL screen " is replaced with the following table. Corresponding MDI key operation at power-on Title on IPL screen (operation with a standard CNC) 0.EXIT 1.MEMORY 0.CANCEL CLEAR 1.ALL MEMORY + 2.PARAMETER AND OFFSET 3.AL