FANUC SERIES 15-150 MODEL B Maintenance manual Page 1

Maintenance manual
GE Fanuc Automation
Computer Numerical Control Products
Series 15 / 150 – Model B
Maintenance Manual
B-62075E/04 May 1998

Contents Summary of FANUC SERIES 15-150 MODEL B Maintenance manual

  • Page 1GE Fanuc Automation Computer Numerical Control Products Series 15 / 150 – Model B Maintenance Manual B-62075E/04 May 1998
  • Page 2GFL-001 Warnings, Cautions, and Notes as Used in this Publication Warning Warning notices are used in this publication to emphasize that hazardous voltages, currents, temperatures, or other conditions that could cause personal injury exist in this equipment or may be associated with its use. In situ
  • Page 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–62075E/04 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 b
  • Page 5B–62075E/04 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 2 WARNINGS 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 the operation, stand awa
  • Page 6SAFETY PRECAUTIONS B–62075E/04 WARNING 5. Ensure that the specified feedrate is appropriate for the intended operation. Generally, for each machine, there is a maximum allowable feedrate. The appropriate feedrate varies with the intended operation. Refer to the manual provided with the machine to de
  • Page 7B–62075E/04 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 3 WARNINGS 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 a unit may
  • Page 8SAFETY PRECAUTIONS B–62075E/04 4 WARNINGS 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 operation b
  • Page 9B–62075E/04 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 5 WARNINGS AND NOTES 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
  • Page 10SAFETY PRECAUTIONS B–62075E/04 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 11B–62075E/04 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 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 12B–62075E/04 Table of Contents SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s–1 PREFACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 13TABLE OF CONTENTS B–62075E/04 2.4 INTER–MACHINE CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 2.4.1 CRT/MDI Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 14B–62075E/04 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2.6.9 Module (Option 1 Board) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169 2.6.10 Module (OSI Ethernet Board) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 15TABLE OF CONTENTS B–62075E/04 3.2.3.4 Pitch error compensation data input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 218 3.2.3.5 Custom macro variable value input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 16B–62075E/04 TABLE OF CONTENTS APPENDIX A. MAINTENANCE PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 329 A.1 MAINTENANCE PARTS FOR THE FANUC Series 15–B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330 B. BOOT SYSTEM . .
  • Page 17B–62075E/04 PREFACE PREFACE Description of this This manual is organized as described below. manual 1. CRT/MDI 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 chapt
  • Page 18PREFACE B–62075E/04 Applicable models This manual can be used with the following models. The abbreviated names may be used. Product Name Abbreviations FANUC Series 15–TB 15–TB FANUC Series 15–TFB 15–TFB FANUC Series 15TED–MODEL B–4 (*1) 15TED 15–T FANUC Series 15TEE–MODEL B–4 (*1) 15TEE FANUC Series
  • Page 19B–62075E/04 PREFACE Series of CNC Product Name Series FANUC Series 15–TB FANUC Series 15–TFB FANUC Series 15TED–MODEL B–4 FANUC Series 15TEE–MODEL B–4 FANUC Series 15TEF–MODEL B–4 T series For Lathe FANUC Series 150–TB FANUC Series 15–TTB FANUC Series 15–TTFB TT series FANUC Series 150–TTB FANUC Ser
  • Page 20PREFACE B–62075E/04 Manuals related to Manuals related to FANUC Series 15/150–MODEL B are as follows. Series 15/150–MODEL B This manual is marked with an asterisk (*). List of manuals related to Series 15/150–MODEL B Specification Manual Name Number FANUC Series 15–TB/TFB/TTB/TTFB DESCRIPTIONS B–620
  • Page 21B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL 1 OPERATION OF MDI PANEL This chapter describes how to display and operate each screen, and so forth. 1.1 OPERATION OF MDI PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1.2 DISPLAYING SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS . . . . . . . . . 9 1.3 ALARM HISTORY DISPLAY . .
  • Page 221. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 1.1 OPERATION OF MDI PANEL 1.1.1 Screen Transition Chart Screens included in POSITION POSITION ACTUAL POSITION (ALL POSITION) OVERALL RELATIVE ABSOLUT MACHINE CHAPTER ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL POSITION POSITON POSITION POSITON (ALL) (RELATINVE) (ABSOLUTE) (MAC
  • Page 23B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL Screens included in PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM SCREEN TEXT DIR_MEM DIR_FLP CHPTER CON- PRO- FILE TENTS GRAM DI- DIREC- OF PRO- RECTRY TRY GRAM SCREEN Screens included in OFFSET OFFSET OFFSET SCREEN TOOL WRK.ZER TLC_OFS CHAPTER TOOL WORK TOOL OFFSET ORIGIN LENTH VAL
  • Page 241. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 Screens included in PRG_CHK PRG_CHK COMMAND SCREEN CHECK LAST ACTIVE OPE.MNTR CHAPTER PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM OPERATING CHECK (LAST (CURRENT MONITOR SCREEN BLOCK) BLOCK) SCREEN COMMAND SCREEN POS_DAT CHAPTER INTERNAL POSITION COMPENSATION DATA DISPLAY CUT_CMP TL
  • Page 25B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL Screens indluded in SETTING SETTING SETTING SCREEN HANDY GENERAL OP.PANEL MACRO CHAPTER SETTING SETTING SETTING SETTING (INPUT/ (GENER- (OPERA- (MACRO OUTPU) AL) TOR’S VARI- PANEL) ABLE) SETTING SCREEN TL.LIFE CHAPTER TOOL LIFE MANAGE- MENT SETTING SCREEN TIMER
  • Page 261. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 Screens included in SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SCREEN PARAM PITCH DIAGNOS DSP.MEM CHAPTER PARAME- PITCH DIAGNO- MEMORY TER ERROR SIS DISPLAY SCRREN SCREEN SCREEN SERVICE SCREEN SYSTEM WAV– CHAPTER SYSTEM WAVE- STRUC- FORM DIAGNOSIS TURE SCREEN SCREEN SERVICE SCREEN
  • Page 27B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL Screens included in MESSAGE MESSAGE MESSAGE SCREEN ALARM OPERATOR CHAPTER ALARM OPERATOR SCREEN MESSAGE SCREEN Screens included in GRAPHIC GRAPHIC GRAPHIC SCREEN GRAPH PARAM CHAPTER GRAPHIC GRAPHIC DISPLAY PARAME- TER 7
  • Page 281. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 Screens included in HISTORY POSITION PROGRAM OFFSET PRG_CHK CHAPTER SETTING SERVICE MESSAGE GRAPHIC CHAPTER HISTORY CHAPTER OPERA- TION HIS- TORY SCREEN ALM_HIS CHAPTER ALARM HISTORY SCREEN 8
  • Page 29B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL 1.2 The software and hardware configuration of the CNC unit can be displayed on the CRT display. This feature allows you to easily obtain DISPLAYING SYSTEM hardware or software information necessary, for example, when CONFIGURATIONS maintaining the CNC. 1.2.1 (1
  • Page 301. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 SYSTEM CONFIG (SOFTWARE) O1234 N12345 SOFTWARE KIND : SERIES / EDITION HELP MESSAGE (1) : AH00 (2) / 0001 (3) SYSTEM BOOT : 6014 / 0005 DIGITAL SERVO : 9060 / 0005 SERIAL SPDL #1 : 9A20 / 0008 SERIAL SPDL #2 : 9A20 / 0008 PMC – NA : 4046 / 0005 GRAPHIC : 6001 /
  • Page 31B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL (3) ID number XXXX : XX Module ID XX3F : Remote buffer mode (See Section XX45 : Graphic CPU board 2.6 for details.)XX62 : Main CPU board (high–speed) XX63 : Additional axis/sub–CPU board XX6B : PMC–NB board XX6C : FAPT/IAP CPU board XX71 : Main CPU board (standa
  • Page 321. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 1.2.4 Module Information SYSTEM CONFIG (SLOT) O1234 N12345 (1) CMC MAIN CPU BOARD MODULE Remark (2) PROGRAM MEMORY (FROM) : 6MBYTE3. MAIN MEMORY (DRAM) : 4MBYTE MAIN MEMORY (SRAM) : TYPE A TAPE MEMORY (FILE) : 512KBYTE PERIPHERAL MODULE : _ CHARACTER CONTROL : 9
  • Page 33B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL 1.3 ALARM HISTORY DISPLAY 1.3.1 (1) Press the [HISTRY] soft key. Display Method (2) Press the [ALM_HIS] soft key. Then, the alarm history screen appears. (3) Other screens can be displayed by using the page keys PAGE ( PAGE and ). 1.3.2 Alarm History Screen ALAR
  • Page 341. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 1.3.4 (1) The operation history function does not collect history data items Restrictions while the OPERATION HISTORY screen is being displayed. (2) While the OPERATION HISTORY screen is being displayed, the operation history function does not collect history da
  • Page 35B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL 1.4 HELP FUNCTION 1.4.1 The help function displays detailed information about the alarm state of General the CNC unit and soft key operations in a window on the CRT screen. 1.4.2 Operation D Displaying and clearing While the CNC screen is displayed, press the HE
  • Page 361. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 D Alarm help Select “1.ALARM” from the help initial menu to display alarm help information (alarm selection/alarm details). 1.ALARM ALARM SELECTION PS :FOREGROUND PROGRAM/SETTING ALM. BG :BACKGROUND PROGRAM/SETTING ALM. SR :SERIOUS PROGRAM/SETTING ALARM OH :OVER
  • Page 37B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL D Soft key help Select “2.SOFT KEY” from the help initial menu to display soft key help information (soft key selection/soft key details). 2.SOFT KEY SOFTKEY SELECTION NO.1 NO.2 NO.3 NO.4 NO.5 POSITI PROGRA OFFSET PRGRAM SETTIN ON M CHECK G NO.6 NO.7 NO.8 NO.9 N
  • Page 381. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 D Using the help function Press the HELP key when the CNC is placed in the alarm state. Then, help in the alarm state information (alarm details/alarm list) relating to the currently issued alarm is displayed. 1.ALARM ↑ ALARM NO.:PS010 01/02 ↓ DIVISION :GENERAL
  • Page 39B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL 1.5 DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION 1.5.1 (1) Press the SERVICE key. Displaying the (2) Press the [DIAGNOS] soft key. Then, the diagnosis screen is Diagnosis Screen displayed. 1.5.2 Displaying the Status when it Appears that a Command is not being Executed D Displaying the s
  • Page 401. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 D Displaying the status when it appears that a command is not being executed Number Bit Display Internal status when 1 is displayed 1000 0 INPOSITION CHECK The position is being checked. 1 FEED RATE OVERRIDE The feedrate override is 0%. 2 JOG FEED OVERRIDE The j
  • Page 41B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL #10 Other than the above(Note3) #11 Not used. NOTE 1 The DO DEN or IPEN signal is high. Constant surface speed control is being executed. The status of the DI HEAD1/2 signal is invalid in the MDI mode. (Only for the Series 15–TT) 2 The DO OP signal is low for re
  • Page 421. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 D Displaying the warning The warning status is displayed. status When the warning status is released, the bit is set to 0. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 1009 A bit indicates the following status when 1 is displayed for it. #0 The system is in the warning state. #1 to
  • Page 43B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL D Displaying position The positional deviation of each axis is displayed. deviation Number Display Description 3000 X SERVO ERROR Positional deviation along the X–axis in the detection unit Y SERVO ERROR Positional deviation along the Y–axis in the detection uni
  • Page 441. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 3025 ALDF EXPC 7 bit 4 bit Cause of the alarm ALDF EXPC Motor overheated 1 0 Amplifier overheated 0 0 Disconnected built–in pulse coder (hard) 1 0 Disconnected separate pulse coder (hard) 1 1 Disconnected pulse coder (soft) 0 0 Example Wh
  • Page 45B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL D Checking an If an alarm is detected at power–on when the absolute position is detected absolute–position optionally, the message SV101 DATA ERROR (ABS PCDR) or OT032 detection alarm NEED ZRN (ABS PCDR) appears. The cause of the alarm is indicated in the diagno
  • Page 461. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 D Coordinate related data (1) Amount of shift in the coordinate system by manual operation The amount of shift when the manual absolute signal based on manual operation along each axis is indicated. Diagnosis Display Meaning of display data No. 4100 MANUAL Indic
  • Page 47B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL (4) Amount of offset in the coordinate system by local coordinate system setting using the G52 command The amount of offset in the coordinate system with the G52 command along each axis is indicated. Diagnosis Display Meaning of display data No. 4103 G52 OFFSET
  • Page 481. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 1.6 NC STATUS DISPLAY (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) TAPE JOG STOP READ MTN FTN 16:52:13 @ ALM (1) Automatic operation mode selection (MEM, MDI, TAPE, EDIT, or ****) This field displays the automatic operation mode currently selected. When no automatic oper
  • Page 49B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL (6) M/S/T/B function status (FIN or ***) This field displays FIN when a miscellaneous function such as M, S, T, and B is being performed (that is, when the system is waiting for a completion signal from the PMC). In other cases, this field displays ***. (5)’ (6)
  • Page 501. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 1.7 WAVEFORM DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION 1.7.1 (1) Press the [SERVICE] soft key or SERVICE key. Display of Wave (2) Press the [WAVE DIAGNS] soft key. Then, the WAVE DIAGNOSIS Diagnosis (Graph) (GRAPH) screen is displayed. Screen WAVE DIAGNOSIS(GRAPH)000000000000111 NNN00
  • Page 51B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL 0 : Starts sampling data the moment the [TRACE] key is pressed. 1 : Starts sampling data when the trigger signal rises after the [TRACE] key is pressed. 2 : Starts sampling data when the trigger signal falls after the [TRACE] key is pressed. NOTE When no trigger
  • Page 521. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 (e) AXIS ASSIGN Enter one of the following settings in the AXIS ASSIGN field on the WAVE DIAGNOSIS (PARAMETER) screen. [When 1 to 7 is specified as the waveform type] 1 to (the number of controlled axes): Servo axis number [When 9 is specified as the waveform ty
  • Page 53B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL (b) TRIGGER Enter the PMC address and bit number corresponding to the trigger signal specified in the TRIGGER field on the WAVE DIAGNOSIS (PARAMETER) screen. Valid data range : G000.0 to G511.7, F000.0 to F319.7, Y000.0 to Y127.7, and X000.0 to X127.7 (c) DELAY
  • Page 541. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 1.7.3 (1) Starting data sampling Starting or Terminating Press the [TRACE] key. The system enters the sampling–enabled Data Sampling state (trace mode). (2) Terminating data sampling Press the [STOP] key. When data is being sampled, data sampling is terminated.
  • Page 55B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL 1.8 OPERATING MONITOR SCREEN 1.8.1 1. Press the soft key or P–CHECK key. Display Method 2. Press the key. NOTE 1 Set the numbers of the axes whose load is to be displayed in parameter Nos. 2231 to 2333. Set the rated load of the motor corres
  • Page 561. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 1.9 The function for displaying internal position compensation data displays the data used in the CNC for each function while the following functions INTERNAL POSITION are executed: COMPENSATION Cutter compensation DATA DISPLAY Tool length compensation FUNCTION
  • Page 57B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL D Tool length compensation screen POSITION DATA O0100 N00000 CUTTER COMPENSATION (RELATIVE) (DIST TO GO) ON/OFF X 0.000 X 0.000 Y 0.000 Y 0.000 OFFSET VECTOR Z 0.000 Z 0.000 U 0.000 U 0.000 X 100.000 V 0.000 V 0.000 Y 200.000 W 0.000 W 0.000 Z 300.000 (G/D/H) (M
  • Page 581. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 [CUT IN VALUE] Displays the depth of cut for G73 and G83. [SHIFT VALUE] Displays the shift for G76 and G87. D Coordinate rotation screen POSITION DATA O0100 N00000 COORDINATE SYSTEM ROTATION (RELATIVE) (DIST TO GO) ON/OFF X 0.000 X 0.000 Y 0.000 Y 0.000 ROTATION
  • Page 59B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL [ROTATION ANGLE] Displays the rotation angle for three–dimensional coordinate conversion. D Programmable mirror image screen POSITION DATA O0100 N00000 PROGRAMMABLE MIRROR IMAGE (RELATIVE) (DIST TO GO) ON/OFF X 0.000 X 0.000 Y 0.000 Y 0.000 MIRROR CENTER Z 0.000
  • Page 601. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 D Three–dimensional tool compensation screen POSITION DATA O0100 N00000 THREE–DIMENSIONAL TOOL OFFSET (RELATIVE) (DIST TO GO) ON/OFF X 0.000 X 0.000 Y 0.000 Y 0.000 OFFSET VECTOR Z 0.000 Z 0.000 U 0.000 U 0.000 X 1.000 V 0.000 V 0.000 Y 2.000 W 0.000 W 0.000 Z 3
  • Page 61B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL 1.10 This function always collects history data for keys pressed by the NC operator and the states of signals set by the NC operator. In addition, this OPERATION function enables the operator to monitor history data when necessary. HISTORY 1.10.1 Press the [HIST
  • Page 621. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 (b) Alarm data item (i) Press the [ALARM] key. (ii) Use one of the following search methods: 1. Enter an alarm type and alarm number with keys. ExampleOT7 When the entered alarm type and alarm number agree with those of a history data item, that history data ite
  • Page 63B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL Once history data has been searched for, the search pointer is kept until the power is turned off. When the memory for history data items becomes full, the first data in the history is automatically used as the search pointer. (4) Outputting history data History
  • Page 641. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 (c) History data items are output in ASCII code in the following format. (i) MDI key Example When the [A] key is pressed [MDI] key pushed A LF (ii) DI/DO Example1 When the state of G003.5 changes from off to on DI/DO changed G3.5_ON LF Example2 When different si
  • Page 65B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL Specifying data 1. Press the cursor keys or to move the cursor to the position to enter data. 2. Enter a signal type (X, Y, G, or F) and address, then press the [INPUT] soft key. Example Y4([INPUT] key) Valid data range: G0 to G511, F0 to F319, X0 to X127, or Y0
  • Page 661. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 1.11 OPERATION LIST Data PWE =1 Classifi- Mode Function Function protecion (DATA cation selection key key No. 8000) Clear Tool offset Value KEY 1 Power OFFSET Operation menu key → [ALL–CLR] → [ALL], [WEAR], ON or [GEOMETRY] Data In- One Program Input KEY 3 EDIT
  • Page 67B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL Data PWE =1 Classifi- Mode Function Function protecion (DATA cation selection key key No. 8000) Output Parameter, Pitch er- EDIT SERVICE [ALL] ror compensation Operation menu key → [PUNCH] → [PARAM] data [PITCH] Offset Value EDIT OFFSET Operation menu key → [PUN
  • Page 681. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 Data PWE =1 Classifi- Mode Function Function protecion (DATA cation selection key key No. 8000) Program Deletion of all KEY 3 EDIT PRGRM Operation menu key → [DELETE] → Editing Programs [PROGRAM] → [ALL] → [EXEC] Deletion Currently KEY 3 EDIT PRGRM Operation men
  • Page 69B–62075E/04 1. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL Data PWE =1 Classifi- Mode Function Function protecion (DATA cation selection key key No. 8000) I/O to or File head search EDIT PRGRM Operation menu key → [SERCHFILE] → [TOP] from → [EXEC] FANUC cassette Operation menu key → [SERCHFILE] → [(FILE#)] → [EXEC] Oper
  • Page 701. OPERATION OF MDI PANEL B–62075E/04 Data PWE =1 Classifi- Mode Function Function protecion (DATA cation selection key key No. 8000) Manual Manual refererence JOG Set the reference position return switch to ON. → operation position return Set the +X, –X, +Y, and –Y switches to ON. → The reference p
  • Page 71B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2 HARDWARE This chapter describes the overall configuration of the CNC control section, the interconnections between the units, the functions of the PC boards, and the functions of the modules on the PC boards. 2.1 STRUCTURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 722. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.1 STRUCTURE Control unit (4–slot) CRT/MDI unit and etc. OP1 MAIN PMC PSU FANUC Series 15–B on O0001 N12345 X123.456 off Y789.012 Servo motor α series servo amplifier FANUC I/O LINK Connection unit and etc. ↑ ↓ Machine side operator’s panel, magnetics circuit and etc. 52
  • Page 73B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.2 OUTLINE OF HARDWARE Option Option Option Option 1 Sub Main CPU PMC Power board board board board board board board supply unit The follow- Graphic SUB CPU CNC CPU PMC CPU ON/OFF ing option- display I/O LINK control al boards control Memory are avail- Card Power able: 4–ax
  • Page 742. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 Option Option Option Option 1 Sub CPU Main CPU PMC Poper board board board board board board board supply unit The follow- Graphic SUB CPU CNC CPU PMC CPU ON/OFF ing optional display I/O LINK control boards are control Memory available: Card Power RISC 4–axis CRT/MDI supply u
  • Page 75B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE AXES CPU Buffer AXES CPU Power board board board supplyy unit AXES CPU Buffer AXES CPU ON/OFF control 4–axis 4–axis Power control control supply spindle ( 2) spindle ( 2) unit Near zero Near zero MPG 3 AI OR BI  BASIC BUF AXES PSU BUF AXES PSU BUF AXES PSU FER CPU FER C
  • Page 762. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.3 TOTAL CONNECTION Connection diagram for Series 15–TB/TTB/MB/TFB/TTFB/MFB/MEK/MEL/ TED/TEE/TEF, Series 150–TB/MB/TTB (in case of serial spindle) Power supply AC–IN(CP1) ÅÅÅÅ 200–240VAC POWER ÅÅ ÅÅ Ÿ AC–OUT(CP2) +24V WHEN 9″ MONOCHROME CRT ÅÅÅ ÅÅ Ÿ AC–OUT(CP3) ON/OFF ON/OFF
  • Page 77B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Ÿ ŸŸ SUB BOARD R232–9(JD5J) RS–232–C I/O DEVICE Ÿ R422–4(JD6D) RS–422 I/O DEVICE A–IN(JA6) ANALOG I/O 4 HDI–2(JA5B) HIGH SPEED D1 4 SPDL–2(JA7B) ASPDL–2(JA8B) Ÿ APC BATTERY Ÿ ŸŸ Ÿ EMERGENCY STOP Ÿ 5TH 100VAC APCBAT(JA4B) 6V SERVO AMP 200VAC T1 ŸŸ Ÿ C O AMP
  • Page 782. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 Connection diagram for Series 15–TB/TTB/MB/TFB/TTFB/MFB/MEK/MEL/ TED/TEE/TEF, Series 150–TB/MB/TTB (in case of analog spindle) ÅÅ POWER SUPPLY ÅÅÅÅ AC–IN(CP1) 200V–240VAC +24V WHEN 9″ POWER AC–OUT(CP2) AC–OUT(CP3) MONOCHROME CRT ÅÅ ON/OFF(CP4) ON/OFF ÅÅ +24V(CP5) CN2 CRT/MDI
  • Page 79B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE SUB BOARD R232–9(JD5J) RS–232–C I/O DEVICE R422–4(JD6D) RS–422 I/O DEVICE A–IN(JA6) ANALOG I/O 4 HDI–2(JA5B) HIGH SPEED DI 4 POSITION CODER ANALOG SPDL–2(JA7B) INTERFACE SPINDLE SPINDLE MOTOR C ASPDL–2(JA8B) 200VAC O N EMERGENCY STOP APC BATTERY T 5TH 100VAC R APCBAT(JA4B) 6V
  • Page 802. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 Connection diagram for Series 15–MB (incase of multiple axis) D Control unit POWER SUPPLY ÅÅÅ Å ÅÅ ÅÅ 200 to Å Å ÅÅ CPD1 INPUT 240VAC AC–IN(CP1) CPD2B UNIT POWER ÅÅ ÅÅ AC–OUT(CP2) +24V WHEN 9″ CPD2A MONOCHROME CRT ÅÅÅÅ AC–OUT(CP3) ON/OFF(CP4) +24V(CP5) CN2 CRT/MDI +24E(CP6) C
  • Page 81B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE Additional cabinet (in case of serial spindle interface) ÅÅ Å ÅÅ ÅÅÅÅ POWER SUPPLY CPD1 INPUT ÅÅ Å AC–IN(CP1) CPD2C UNIT ÅÅ Å BUFFER BOARD MAX BUS(JNC) To control unit (Main CPU board “JNC”) POSITION CODER JY2 1ST CPU BOARD CN13 SERIAL SPDL–1(JA7A) CN11A INTERFACE SPINDLE MOT
  • Page 822. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 Additional cabinet (in case of analog spindle interface) ÅÅ Å ÅÅ ÅÅÅÅ POWER SUPPLY CPD1 INPUT T ÅÅ Å AC–IN(CP1) CPD2C UNIT ÅÅ Å BUFFER BOARD To control unit (Main CPU board “JNC”) MAX BUS(JNC) POSITION CODER 1ST CPU BOARD ANALOG INTERFACE SPINDLE SPDL–1(JA7A) SPINDLE MOTOR 20
  • Page 83B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE Connection diagram for Series 15–TB/TTB/MB/MEL/TEE (in case of graphic function bult–in type LCD/MDI unit) POWER SUPPLY AC–IN (CP1 ) 200–240VAC POWER AC–OUT(CP2 ) AC–OUT(CP3 ) ON/OFF(CP4 ) ON/OFF JA2 +24V(CP5 ) CP5 Graphic +24E(CP6 ) JN1 function bultin– CNK2 MDI type LCD CNK
  • Page 842. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 SUB BOARD R232–9(JD5J) R422–4(JD6D) RS–232–C I/O DEVICE RS–422 I/O DEVICE A–IN(JA6) ANALOG I/O 4 HDI–2 (JA5B) HIGH SPEED DI 4 C O SPDL–2 (JA7B) ASPDL–2 (JA8B) N EMERGENCY STOP T APC BATTERY R APCBAT 5TH 100VAC 6V SERVO AMP T1 200VAC O (JA4B) L CN1 5TH SERVO AMP1(JV5 ) MOTOR U
  • Page 85B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE Connection diagram for MMC–II POWER SUPPLY ÅÅ AC–OUT(CP2)ÅÅÅÅ AC–IN(CP1) 200–240VAC POWER SUPPLY ÅÅ AC–OUT(CP3) ON/OFF(CP4) ON/OFF +24V(CP5) ÅÅ CN2 CN1 CRT/MDI UNIT CNK1 Main CPU BOARD MDI(JA2) PW2 JD7A HARD DISK MMC–II UNIT GRAPHIC BOARD JD7B C O CRT(JA1) N SCSI terminator C
  • Page 862. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 Connection diagram for MMC–III POWER SUPPLY ÅÅ Å ÅÅ AC–IN(CP1) ÅÅ AC–OUT(CP2) Å Å 200–240VAC POWER SUPPLY ÅÅ Å AC–OUT(CP3) ON/OFF(CP4) ON/OFF ÅÅ +24V(CP5) Å CN2 ÅÅ Å CRT/MDI CN1 UNIT MINI SLOT CNK1 C EXTERNAL HARD O DISK INTERFACE (Note 2) N SCSI(JD19) T R MAIN CPU BOARD O MD
  • Page 87B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE Connection diagram for MMC–IV ÔÅ : HONDA TSUSIN (PCR 20pins) Ô : HONDA TSUSIN (PCR 50pins) : AMP POWER SUPPLY ÅÅ Å : AMP (mini–DIN 6pins) ÅÅ Å : Others AC–OUT(CP2) +24V(CP5) ANALOG CRT/MDI UNIT VIDEO SIGNAL FOR OUTPUT PCB OF CNC CRT(JA1) ÅÅ CN1 CN2 MMC–IV C O ANALOG N THE OTH
  • Page 882. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.4 INTER–MACHINE CONNECTION 2.4.1 CRT/MDI Unit D Connection of Series 15–B Power supply unit CP4 (ON/OFF) CRT/MDI unit PDP/MDI unit CP2 or CP3 or * LCD/MDI unit CRT(JA1) Main CPU board (without graphic) CN1 MDI(JA2) CK1 CRT(JA1) Option 1 board (with graphic) * : CN2 . . 14″C
  • Page 89B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE D Terminal arrangement on (For details, including connector information, refer to the “FANUC the display power supply Series 15/150–MODEL B CONNECTION MANUAL (B–62073E).” 14″ CRT/MDI, 9″ color CRT/MDI, 9″ PDP/MDI (200V type) CP2 or CP3 CP2 or CP11 1 200A 1 200A 2 200B 2 200B
  • Page 902. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 D Cable connection JAI (For LCD) CRT(JA1) CN1 (For CRT) VDR (01) (01) VDR 0V (02) (08) 0V VDG (03) (04) VDG 0V (04) (11) 0V VDB (05) (05) VDB 0V (06) (12) 0V HSYNC (18) (02) HSYNC 0V (14) (09) 0V VSYNC (12) (03) VSYNC 0V (16) (10) 0V Connector : Half–pitch Connector: MR20–pin
  • Page 91B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.4.2 Reader/Puncher Interface D Connection Main CPU board R232–1(JD5A) (Channel 1) Punch panel R232–2(JD5B) (Channel 2) Tape reader etc. D Cable connection R232–1(JD5A) R232–2(JD5B) Punch panel RD (01) (03) RD 0V (02) DR (03) (06) DR 0V (04) 0V (06) (05) CS CD (07) 0V (08) (
  • Page 922. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.4.3 Manual Pulse Generator D Connection Main CPU board MPG(JA3) 1st manual pulse #1 generator 2nd manual pulse #2 generator 3rd manual pulse #3 generator D Cable connection MPG(JA3) Manual pulse generator HA1 (01) (05) HA1 1st HB1 (02) (06) HB1 +5V (09) (03) +5V 0V (12) (04
  • Page 93B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE D Voltage drop by cable Restrict voltage drop by cable to less than 0.2V in accordance with length +5V/0V. A R 2L Voltage drop V = m Where A : manual pulse generator’s current (0.1A) R : Registance per cable length L : Cable length m : No. of cables When cable A66L–0001–0286
  • Page 942. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 D Cable connection within group IOLINK (JD1A) JD1B SIN (01) (01) SIN *SIN (02) (02) *SIN Twist pair SOUT (03) (03) SOUT *SOUT (04) (04) *SOUT 0V (11) (11) 0V 0V (12) (12) 0V 0V (13) (13) 0V 0V (14) (14) 0V (+5V) (09) Shield (09) (+5V) (+5V) (18) (18) (+5V) (+5V) (20) (20) (+5
  • Page 95B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE D Connection between bases (with I/O unit–A) From the last Group Base #0 Base #1 AIF01A AIF01B JD1B JD1A JD2 JD3 JD2 Terminator To next Group JD2 JD3 S1 (01) (01) S1 *S1 (02) (02) *S1 S2 (03) (03) S2 *S2 (04) (04) *S2 S3 (05) (05) S3 *S3 (06) (06) *S3 S4 (07) (07) S4 *S4 (08)
  • Page 962. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.4.5 Servo Interface D Connection AC reactor T1 Ÿ 200VAC∼230VAC Main CPU board AMPn Servo amp. Ÿ Sub CPU board (JVn) Off by emergency stop or JVnB 100VAC Additional axis Power line board ENCn ÈÈÈ Linear scale etc. x:1 to 8 (JFn) Servo ÈÈÈ SCALEn PC motor (JF2n) APCBAT(JA4A,
  • Page 97B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE D Connection of serial pulse coder ENCx(JFx) Serial pulse coder SD (01) (E) REQ *SD (02) (F) *REQ REQ (05) (A) SD *REQ (06) (B) *SD +6V (07) (T) +6V +5V (09) +5V (18) +5V (20) (L) +5V 0V (12) 0V (14) (M) 0V 0V (16) (U) OVA (N) SHLD(Sheil Connector : Half–pitch Connector : CAN
  • Page 982. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 D Separate type pulse coder,Linear scale Main CPU board or Sub board Servo amplifier Linear scale JVn JVnB ÇÇÇÇÇ ÇÇÇÇÇ (AMP n) PC PC Servo motor JFn (ENC n) Velocity feedback+ rotor posi- tion JF2n (SCALE n) Position feedback Separate type PC (n: 1 to 8. However, the sub–boar
  • Page 99B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.4.7 Combining Serial Spindle and Analog Spindle D Only serial spindle is used Main CPU Serial board spindle #1 Spindle A–OUT1 (JA8A) motor SPDL–1 PC (JA7A) Serial spindle #2 Spindle motor PC D Only analog spindle is used Analog spindle Main CPU Spindle board motor A–OUT1 (J
  • Page 1002. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.4.8 Connection to α Serial SPDL–x Spindle Amplifier Main CPU board Sub CPU board or (JA7A, B) JA7B Additional axis SPM board x:1, 2 SPDL–x (JA7A, B) JA7B SIN (01) (01) SIN *SIN (02) (02) *SIN SOUT (03) (03) SOUT *SOUT (04) (04) *SOUT 0V (11) (11) 0V 0V (12) (12) 0V 0V (13)
  • Page 101B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.4.9 Connection to Analog Main CPU board Control Spindle Amplifier Sub CPU board signal Analog or Additional axis spindle 200VAC A–OUTx (JA8A, B) board amplifier SPDL–x (JA7A, B) Spindle x:1, 2 Position coder motor PC Spindle A–OUTx(JA8A, B) Analog spindle amplifier SVC (07)
  • Page 1022. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.4.10 Remote Buffer Interface D Connection R232–1(JD5C) (Channel 3) Option 1 board Host computer R422–1(JD6A) Host computer D Example of cable connection R232–3(JD5C) Host computer RD (01) (02) SD 0V (02) DR (03) (20) ER 0V (04) CS (05) (04) RS 0V (06) CD (07) (08) CD 0V (08
  • Page 103B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE D Example of RS–422 cable R422–1(JD6A) Host computer RD (01) (04) RD *RD (02) (22) *RD RT (03) (17) TT *RT (04) (35) *TT CS (05) (07) RS *CS (06) (25) *RS DM (07) (11) TR Note) *DM (09) (29) *TR 0V (08) (19) SG (+24V) (10) SD (11) (06) RD *SD (12) (24) *RD TT (13) (08) RT *TT
  • Page 1042. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.4.11 High–speed DI Signal Interface D Connection diagram HDI (JA5A) Main CPU board Touch sensor HDI (JA5B) Sub CPU board or Touch sensor Additional axis board D Connection details HDI (JA5) HDI0 (01) 0V (02) HDI1 (11) 0V (12) HDI2 (03) 0V (04) HDI3 (13) 0V (14) Shield Conne
  • Page 105B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.4.12 The peripheral units, such as the control unit and CRT/MDI, have been Environmental designed on the assumption that they are housed in closed cabinets. In this manual “cabinet” refers to the following: Requirement (1) Cabinet manufactured by the machine tool builder fo
  • Page 1062. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.4.13 The power capacity of the CNC control unit, which in this section means Power Capacity the specification required for the power supply, is obtained by adding the power capacity of the control section and the power capacity of the servo section. Power capacity of When t
  • Page 107B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE D Separating signal lines The cables used for the CNC machine tool are classified as listed in the following table : Bind the cables in each group as described in the action column. Group Signal line Action A Primary AC power line Bind the cables in group A sepa- rately (Caut
  • Page 1082. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 D Ground The following ground systems are provided for the CNC machined tool: 1. Signal ground system (SG) The signal ground (SG) supplies the reference voltage (0V) of the electrical signal system to the machine. 2. Frame ground system (FG) The frame ground system (FG) is us
  • Page 109B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE D Connecting the signal ground (SG) of the control unit Control unit M3 or M4 terminal for signal ground (SG) Printed cir- cuit board SG M3 Ground cable Ground cable: wire with a sectional area of 2mm2 or more Frame Ground plate of System ground ground (FG) = the cabinet Conn
  • Page 1102. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 D Noise suppressor The AC/DC solenoid and relay are used in the power magnetics cabinet. 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 disturbed. To
  • Page 111B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE D Cable clamp and shield The CNC cables that required shielding should be clamped by the method processing shown below. This cable clamp treatment is for both cable support and proper grounding of the shield. To insure stable CNC system operation, follow this cable clamp meth
  • Page 1122. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5 If an alarm condition occurs, an alarm message is usually displayed on the CRT screen. The state of the PCB when the alarm occurred is indicated LIGHTING OF ALARM by the LEDs on the front panel of each control unit PCBs, as shown below. LEDS ON PCBS When a system alarm oc
  • Page 113B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE D Disposition of Connector, etc. CP1 (AC IN) CP1 (AC IN) F1 F1 (7.5A) F2 CP3 CP3 (AC OUT) (AC OUT) LED PIL CP2 CP2 (AC OUT) (AC OUT) Battery Battery case case LED PIL LED ALM LED ALM C4 C4 (CONTROL) (CONTROL) CP6 (24E) CP6 (24E) CP5 (24V) CP5 (24V) F4 F4 F3 F3 FANUC FANUC Pow
  • Page 1142. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 D Fuse List of fuses (Conventional type) Power Ordering drawing Symbol Rating Specification Application supply number AI A02B–0120–K102 F1 7.5A A60L–0001–0245#GP75 For a 200–VAC input power supply F2 7.5A A60L–0001–0245#GP75 For a 200–VAC input power supply F3 3.2A A60L–0001–
  • Page 115B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE D Battery Ordering drawing Specification Remarks number A02B–0120–K106 A98L–0031–0007 Battery for conventional power supply A02B–0200–K103 A98L–0031–0012 Battery for power supply com- patible with CE marking D Block diagram Fuses 200 VAC Switching +5 V output F1 Contactor inp
  • Page 1162. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.2 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–2201–0320 CPU Board (MAIN–B) Connector Connector name No. Description CPU LED CRT JA1 CRT video signal MDI JA2 MDI keyboard R232-1 JD5A RS–232–C serial port R232-2 JD5B RS–232–C serial port MPG JA3 Manual pulse
  • Page 117B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE WARNING means the module connected power supply for battery backup. If the module are taken away carelessly, the backup are lost. NOTE If a peripheral module is replaced, the time indicator may be disabled. In such a case, turn off the CNC. Then, turn on the CNC while holding
  • Page 1182. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (3) Adjustment No adjustment is needed. (4) LED display j : off J :Lit L : Flashing 1. LED display transition when the power is turned on No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS JJJJ Initial state immediately after power–on 3 STATUS JjjJ Beginning of activa
  • Page 119B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS Ljjj An error (1) occurred in the DRAM module of the CNC. 2 STATUS jLjj An error occurred in the file SRAM. 3 STATUS LLjj An error (2) occurred in the DRAM module of the CNC. 4 STATUS jjLj The
  • Page 1202. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.3 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–2201–0300 Main CPU Board (MAIN–A) ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Connector Connector LED name No. Description ŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸ CPU ŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸ CRT JA1 CRT video signal CNB
  • Page 121B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE WARNING means the module connected power supply for battery backup. If the module are taken away carelessly, the backup are lost. NOTE If a peripheral module is replaced, the time indicator may be disabled. In such a case, turn off the CNC. Then, turn on the CNC while holding
  • Page 1222. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (3) Adjustment No adjustment is needed. (4) LED display j : Not lit J :Lit L : Blinking STATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red. 1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS JJJJ Initial state
  • Page 123B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS Ljjj An error (1) occurred in the high–speed SRAM or DRAM module of the CNC. 2 STATUS jLjj An error occurred in the file SRAM. 3 STATUS LLjj An error (2) occurred in the high–speed SRAM or DRA
  • Page 1242. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.4 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–3200–0060 Upgraded Main CPU Board (MAIN–C) Connector Connector ŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ name No. Description ŸŸ ŸŸŸ CPU ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸ CRT JA1 CRT video signal MDI JA2 MDI keyboard ŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸŸ CNB R232–1 JD5A RS–232C serial port
  • Page 125B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (2) Block diagram See Subsec.2.5.2 (3) Adjustment No adjustment is needed. (4) LED display j : Not lit J :Lit L : Blinking STATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red. 1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Pow
  • Page 1262. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS Ljjj An error (1) occurred in the DRAM module of the CNC. 2 STATUS jLjj An error occurred in the file SRAM. 3 STATUS LLjj An error (2) occurred in the DRAM module of the CNC. 4 STATUS jjLj The
  • Page 127B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.5.5 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–2201–0340 High–speed Multiaxis Main CPU Board (MAX MAIN–A) Ÿ Connector Connector name No. Description ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸ Ÿ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ CRT JA1 CRT video signal ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ CNB CPU MDI JA2 MDI keyboard R232–1
  • Page 1282. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 NOTE If a peripheral module is replaced, the time indicator may be disabled. In such a case, turn off the CNC. Then, turn on the CNC while holding down both the * key and 2 key on the MDI keyboard. Keep the two keys held down until the position screen is displayed. Then, the
  • Page 129B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (4) LED display j : Not lit J :Lit L : Blinking STATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red. 1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS JJJJ Initial state immediately after power–on 3 STATUS JjjJ
  • Page 1302. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS Ljjj An error (1) occurred in the high–speed SRAM or DRAM module of the CNC. 2 STATUS jLjj An error occurred in the file SRAM. 3 STATUS LLjj An error (2) occurred in the high–speed SRAM or DRA
  • Page 131B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.5.6 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–2202–0640 Level Up Multiaxis Main CPU Board (MAX MAIN–C) Ÿ Connector Connector name No. Description ŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ Ÿ ŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ CRT JA1 CRT video signal ŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ CNB MDI JA2 MDI keyboard CPU R232–1 JD5A RS–232
  • Page 1322. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 NOTE If a peripheral module is replaced, the time indicator may be disabled. In such a case, turn off the CNC. Then, turn on the CNC while holding down both the * key and 2 key on the MDI keyboard. Keep the two keys held down until the position screen is displayed. Then, the
  • Page 133B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (4) LED display j : Not lit J :Lit L : Blinking STATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red. 1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS JJJJ Initial state immediately after power–on 3 STATUS JjjJ
  • Page 1342. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS Ljjj An error (1) occurred in the high–speed SRAM or DRAM module of the CNC. 2 STATUS jLjj An error occurred in the file SRAM. 3 STATUS LLjj An error (2) occurred in the high–speed SRAM or DRA
  • Page 135B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.5.7 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–2201–0371 PMC–NA Board (PMC–NA board without conversational function) Connector Connector ŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ Ÿ name No. Description ŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸŸ LED 001 002 ŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸŸ MEM CARD CNMC Memory card interface ŸŸ
  • Page 1362. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (2) Block diagram ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ Bus I/F PMC CPU ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ PMC system ROM PMC engine I/O Link ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ BOOT ROM Memory card Memory card ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ interface ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ DRAM ŸŸŸŸ
  • Page 137B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (a) STATUS LED display for the PMC–NA function 1. STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned on No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS JJjj Initial state immediately after power–on or the state in which the PMC CPU is not operating 3 STATUS jJj
  • Page 1382. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.8 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing numbers : A16B–2201–0390 (PMC–NA board with PMC–NA Board with or conversational function) A16B–2201–0391 (PMC–NA board without without the conversational function) Conversational Function ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸ Ÿ Connector Connector name N
  • Page 139B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (2) Block diagram ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ Bus I/F PMC CPU ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ PMC system ROM PMC engine I/O Link ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ BOOT ROM ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Memory card Memory card ŸŸŸŸŸŸ interface ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ DRAM ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ FLAS
  • Page 1402. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (a) LED display for the PMC–NA function 1. STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned on No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS JJzz Initial state immediately after power–on or the state in which the PMC CPU is not operating 3 STATUS jJzz Initi
  • Page 141B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (b) STATUS LED display for the conversational function (15–TFB, 15–TTFB, 15–MFB, 15TEF) 1. STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned on No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS zzjJ Waiting for initialization of the main CPU (waiting for ID sett
  • Page 1422. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.9 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing numbers : A16B–2201–0810 (PMC–NB board with PMC–NB Board with or conversational function) A16B–2201–0811 (PMC–NB board without without the conversational function) Conversational A16B–2201–0381 (PMC–NB board without Function
  • Page 143B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (2) Block diagram ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ Bus I/F PMC CPU ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ PMC system ROM PMC engine I/O Link ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ Memory card Memory card ŸŸŸŸŸŸ interface ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ SRAM ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ FLASH ROM ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ Bu
  • Page 1442. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (a) LED display for the PMC–NB function 1.STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned on No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS JJzz Initial state immediately after power–on or the state in which the PMC CPU is not operating 3 STATUS jJzz Initia
  • Page 145B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (b) STATUS LED display for the conversational function (15–TFB, 15–TTFB, 15–MFB, 15TEF) 1. STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned on No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS zzjJ Waiting for initialization of the main CPU (waiting for ID sett
  • Page 1462. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.10 Configuration of the PMC–NB/NB2 Board with or without the Conversational Function D Parts layout Drawing numbers : A16B–2201–0850(PMC–NB/NB2 board with conversational function) Drawing numbers : A16B–2201–0851(PMC–NB/NB2 board without conversation function) CPU LED Con
  • Page 147B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE WARNING The shaded module ( ) is connected to a power supply for battery backup. If that power supply is disconnected, the backup data may be lost. The memory module uses battery backup with 15–TFB, 15–TTFB, and 15TEF only. D Block diagram Bus PMC CPU I/F BOOT & PMC engine I/
  • Page 1482. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (a) LED display for the PMC–NB function 1.STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned on No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS JJzz Initial state immediately after power–on or the state in which the PMC CPU is not operating 3 STATUS jJzz Initia
  • Page 149B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (b) STATUS LED display for the conversational function (15–TFB, 15–TTFB, 15–MFB, 15TEF) 1. STATUS LED display transition when the power is turned on No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS zzjJ Waiting for initialization of the main CPU (waiting for ID sett
  • Page 1502. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.11 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–2201–0360 Axis CPU Board (ACPU) ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸ Connector Connector ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸ name No. Description CPU LED ŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ADDS1 ADDS2 JF61 JF62 First–axis error motion check scale Second–axis error motion check sca
  • Page 151B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (2) Block diagram ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ DRAM Main CPU ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ 32–bit ŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸ Bus I/F ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Reference point Servo amplifier Reference point Digital servo ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ proximity signal Pulse coder proximity signal control ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸ
  • Page 1522. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (4) LED display j : Not lit J :Lit L : Blinking STATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red. 1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS JJJJ State in which the axis CPU is not started 3 STATUS Jj
  • Page 153B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.5.12 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–2201–0351 Multiaxis Buffer Board ŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ CNA ŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ JNC ŸŸ F–BUS backplane Multiaxis bus ŸŸ ŸŸ connector ŸŸ No modules are installed on the multiaxis buffer board. (2) Block diagram ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ Bus
  • Page 1542. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (4) LED display j : Not lit J :Lit L : Blinking STATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red. 1.2. The STATUS LEDs (green LEDs) on this PC board have no meaning. 3. LED display when an error occurs (ALARM LED) No. LED display NC status 1 ALARM jJj SYSFAIL occurred in the axis sh
  • Page 155B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE NOTE RISC board can not be used in Series 15MEK/MEL/TED/TEE/TEF–B–4. (2) Block diagram ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ RISC CPU ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸDRAM ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Bus I/F ŸŸŸŸŸŸ SHARED RAM ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ RISC CPU System ROM ŸŸŸ FANUC BUS ŸŸŸ Bus ŸŸŸ I/F (3) Adjustment No adjustmen
  • Page 1562. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (4) LED display j : Not lit J :Lit L : Blinking STATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red. 1. LED display when the power is turned on (Nos.1 to 8) and during operation (Nos. 9 to 12) (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS JJJJ Immediately afte
  • Page 157B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.5.14 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–3200–0150/0313 and on RISC Board ŸŸŸ ŸŸ Connector name Description ŸŸŸ ŸŸ RISC STATUS LED1: Status ŸŸŸCPU ALARM ALARM ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸ JNA F–BUS ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸ backplane 1 connector ŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ LVALM LED2:3.3V alarm F21 5A
  • Page 1582. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (2) Block diagram ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ RISC CPU ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸDRAM ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Bus I/F ŸŸŸŸŸŸ SHARED RAM ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ RISC CPU System ROM ŸŸŸ FANUC BUS ŸŸŸ Bus I/F (3) Adjustment No adjustment is needed. (4) LED display (a) LED1 j :Not lit J :Lit L : Blinking
  • Page 159B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjJ An error occurred during test of the DRAM or SRAM module (shared RAM) on the RISC board. 2 STATUS jjJj An error occurred during test of the ROM module. 3 STATUS jjJJ A synchronization sig
  • Page 1602. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.15 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–2201–0310 Sub–CPU Board (SUB–A) ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸ Ÿ Ÿ ŸŸŸ Connector Connector ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ LED name No. Description CPU ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ CNB ŸŸ Ÿ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ
  • Page 161B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (2) Block diagram ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ High–speed MAIN CPU SRAM 32bit ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ DRAM ŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ Bus I/F ŸŸŸ Bus ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ I/F SHARED RAM ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ SUB BUS High–speed DI Skip signal ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ Serial s
  • Page 1622. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (4) LED display j : Not lit J :Lit L : Blinking STATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red. 1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS JJJJ Initial state immediately after power–on 3 STATUS JjjJ
  • Page 163B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.5.16 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–2201–0331 Standard Multiaxis Sub–CPU Board (MAX SUB–B) ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸ Connector Connector name No. Description ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ LED ŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ CPU ŸŸŸ ŸŸ CNB ŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸ SUB BUS backplane R232–9 JD5J RS232–C ŸŸŸ ŸŸ
  • Page 1642. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (2) Block diagram ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ DRAM Main CPU, 32–bit ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ SUB bus Bus ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ I/F ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ High–speed ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ SRAM High–speed DI skip signal ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ RS232–C I/O ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ RS–232–C ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Ÿ
  • Page 165B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2. LED display when an error occurs (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS LjLL An error occurred in the local RAM of the sub– CPU. 2 STATUS jJJJ A system error occurred. 3. LED display when an error occurs (ALARM LED) No. LED display NC status 1 ALARM jJj SYSFAIL (f
  • Page 1662. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.17 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–2202–0571 Upgraded Sub–CPU Board (SUB–C) Ÿ Connector Connector name No. Description ŸŸ ŸŸŸ ŸŸŸ LED Ÿ ŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ CNB CPU R232–9 JD5J RS–232C serial port ŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ R422–4 JD6D RS–422 serial port Ÿ
  • Page 167B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (2) Block diagram ŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸ DRAM Main CPU 32–bit ŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸ SRAM ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸ SUB bus Bus ŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ I/F ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ High–speed ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ High–speed DI skip signal ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Servo amplifier ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Serial spindle Serial spindle Dig
  • Page 1682. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (4) LED display j : Not lit J :Lit L : Blinking STATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red. 1. LED display transition when the power is turned on (STATUS LED) No. LED display NC status 1 STATUS jjjj Power–off 2 STATUS JJJJ Initial state immediately after power–on 3 STATUS JjjJ
  • Page 169B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.5.18 (1) Parts layout Configuration of Drawing number : A16B–2201–0311 Additional Axis (ADAX) Board Connector Connector LED name No. Description R232–9 JD5J RS–232–C serial port R422–4 JD6D RS–422 serial port HDI–2 JA5B High–speed DI A–IN JA6 Analog IN SPDL–2 JA7B Serial sp
  • Page 1702. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (2) Block diagram ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ High–speed DI ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Skip signal ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Serial spindle amplifier Serial spindle Servo amplifier ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ interface (Note 1) Digital servo control Pulse coder ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Scale ŸŸŸŸŸŸŸŸ Analog spindle amplifier
  • Page 171B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (4) LED display j : Off J :Lit L : Flashing The STATUS LEDs are green and the ALARM LEDs are red. LED display when an error occurs (ALARM LED) No. LED display NC status 1 ALARM Jjj Not used 2 ALARM jJj SYSFAIL (A fault occured on some modules of F–BUS.) 3 ALARM JJj SERVO ALAR
  • Page 1722. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.19 (1) Parts layout Configuration of the Drawing number : A16B–2200–0910 (Remote buffer communication function + Graphic Option 1 Board function) Drawing number : A16B–2200–0911 (DNC1 communication function+Graphic function RAM added) Drawing number : A16B–2200–0912 (Grap
  • Page 173B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE No. Module name Function outline 1 Graphic CPU module Graphic display control CPU 2 Graphic engine module Graphic display control circuit (No.2) Add in casee of CAP II of FS15–TT. 3 Graphic engine module Graphic display control circuit (No.1) 4 CRT control module Character di
  • Page 1742. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (4) LED display The STATUS LEDs in the front upper section of the option board are used for two independent functions as shown in the figure on the below. j : Off J :Lit Ll :Flashing z : Don’t care LL means both of LED are flashing at the same time. Ll means both of LED are f
  • Page 175B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (b) Communication function (Display of remote buffer) 1. LED display transition when the power is turned on No. LED display NC status 1 STATUSJJJJ Startup status immediately after power is turned ALARM Jjj on or remote buffer CPU is not executing. 2 STATUSzzjj Initialization
  • Page 1762. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.20 (1) Parts layout OSI Ethernet Board Drawing number : A16B–2201–0571 Configuration (10 Base 2) Connector Connector LED name No. Description CNX CNX 10 BASE 2 1 2 CPU CNA CD29 RS–232–C serial port F–BUS 002 001 back plane connector Ethernet boot ROM No. Module name Funct
  • Page 177B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (2) Block diagram CPU DRAM FLASH ROM Ethernet 10 BASE RS–232–C RS–232–C serial port Bus FANUC BUS I/F (3) Adjustment No adjustment is needed. (4) LED display j : Off J :Lit L : Flashing STATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red. 1. LED display transition when the power is tur
  • Page 1782. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.21 (1) Parts layout OSI Ethernet Board Drawing number : A16B–2201–0570 Configuration (10 Base 5) Connector Connector LED name No. Description AUI CD27 10 BASE 5 1 2 CPU CNA F–BUS CD29 RS–232–C serial port 002 001 back plane connector Ethernet boot ROM No. Module name Func
  • Page 179B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE (2) Block diagram CPU DRAM FLASH ROM Ethernet controller 10 BASE RS–232–C RS–232–C I/O Bus FANUC BUS I/F (3) Adjustment No adjustment is needed. (4) LED display j : Off J :Lit L : Flashing STATUS LEDs are green. ALARM LEDs are red. 1. LED display transition when the power is
  • Page 1802. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.5.22 With the Series 15–B, if an error occurs on a PC board other than the main Alarm LED Display board or sub–board, the red LED on the main board or sub–board may light. (Red) in the Event of an Error The tables below list the ALARM LED statuses when an error occurs on th
  • Page 181B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.5.23 Alarm LED (Red) Display in the Event of an Error Occurring in the Connection Unit/Operator’s Panel Connection Unit D Alarm LED on the connection unit A20B–1005–0310 LED2 LED2 Off : Normal On : Alarm state (Communication with the CNC is stopped.) D Alarm LED on the oper
  • Page 1822. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 D Alarm LED on the operator’s panel connection unit A16B–2202–0730 (source output type) A16B–2202–0731 CP1 ALARM DAL7 DAL8 DAL2 DAL3 DAL5 DAL1 DAL4 DAL6 ALARM Off : Normal On : Alarm state (Communication with the CNC is stopped.) The operator’s panel connection unit (source o
  • Page 183B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.6 LIST OF THE PCBS AND UNITS 2.6.1 Control Unit Rack Name Drawing No. Remarks 3–SLOT A02B–0162–C001 4–SLOT A02B–0162–C002 Standard 6–SLOT A02B–0162–C003 FANUC name 8–SLOT A02B–0162–C004 plate A02B–0240–C004 E Version 6–SLOT A02B–0162–C008 Response to 8–SLOT A02B–0162–C009 M
  • Page 1842. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.6.2 Power Supply Unit Name Drawing No. Remarks AI A16B–1212–0471 Conventional type Power A16B–1212–0901 CE marking compatible type supply unit BI A16B–1212–0531 Conventional type A16B–1212–0871 CE marking compatible type 2.6.3 Control Unit PCB Name Drawing No. Remarks Modul
  • Page 185B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE Name Drawing No. Remarks Module ID Option 1 board Graphic + Remote buffer A16B–2200–0910 Increase of For 10″LCD, 45/3F Graphic + DNC1 A16B–2200–0911 graphic C CPU ″ 9″graphic, or 45/3F RAM 14″CRT 14 CRT (digital) Graphic A16B–2200–0912 45 Graphic A16B–2200–0917 Graphic CPU 45
  • Page 1862. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.6.5 Module (For Main CPU Board) Name Drawing No. Remarks Spindle control Serial spindle + A20B–2900–0672 High–speed skip Analog spindle + A20B–2900–0770 High–speed skip Peripheral module A20B–2900–0660 FLASH ROM 8MB A20B–2902–0375* Note that, for those modules marked with *
  • Page 187B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.6.6 Module Name Drawing No. Remarks (For PMC/ PMC–NA A20B–2900–0780 Conversational Board) PMC CPU PMC–NB A20B–2901–0581 PMC–NA A20B–2900–0790 PMC engine PMC–NB A20B–2901–0660 PMC control PMC–NB A20B–2901–0960 module PMC–NB2 A20B–2902–0250 2MB A20B–2900–0653 512KB A20B–2900–
  • Page 1882. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.6.7 Module (For Sub CPU Board, Additional Axis Board, or Axis CPU Board) Name Drawing No. Remarks Spindle control module Analog spindle + A20B–2900–0770 High–speed skip Serial spindle + A20B–2900–0672 High–speed skip Analog input & serial communication module A20B–2900–0721
  • Page 189B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.6.9 Module Name Drawing No. Remarks (Option 1 Board) 14″CRT A20B–2901–0370 Standard A20B–2902–0278 10″LCD A20B–2901–0372 10″PDP CRT Control 9.5″LCD A20B–2902–0272 module 9″CRT A20B–2901–0371 9″PDP 14″CRT A20B–2901–0373 MMC–III 10″LCD A20B–2901–0375 MMC–IV A20B–2902–0275 MMC
  • Page 1902. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.6.11 Display Unit Name Drawing No. Remarks Monochrome, A02B–0162–C041 vertical ertical type t pe A02B–0162–C044 A02B–0163–C244 CE marking, English MDI A02B–0163–C444 CE marking, Symbolic MDI Monochrome, A02B–0162–C042 hori ontal type horizontal t pe A02B–0162–C045 9 CRT/MDI
  • Page 191B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE Name Drawing No. Remarks Color, A02B–0162–C131 vertical ertical type t pe A02B–0163–C331 CE marking, English MDI A02B–0162–C141 MMC–IV A02B–0163–C341 MMC–IV, CE marking, English MDI A02B–0162–C133 15–TFB, 15–TTFB, 15TEF A02B–0163–C333 15–TFB, 15–TTFB, 15TEF, CE marking, 9.5″L
  • Page 1922. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 Name Drawing No. Remarks Color, A02B–0163–C372 CE marking, horizontal type graphic function bult–in A02B–0163–C572 CE marking, graphic function bult–in 10.4″LCD/ Symbolic MDI MDI A02B–0163–C382 CE marking, for MMC–IV A02B–0163–C582 CE marking, for MMC–IV Symbolic MDI Monochro
  • Page 193B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE Name Drawing No. Remarks Separate Color A02B–0222–C150 CE marking, type graphic function bult–in 10.4″LCD unit Separate Monochrome A02B–0222–C110 CE marking type 9.5″LCD unit * : Shared by 15–MB, 15–MFB, 15–TB, 15–TTB, 15MEL 15TEE and MMC–IV 2.6.12 External Control Unit Name
  • Page 1942. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 I/O Unit–MODEL A Name Drawing No. Remarks Basic unit ABU10A A03B–0807–J001 It’s possible to mount up to 10 modules. ABU10B A03B–0807–J004 Basic unit ABU05A A03B–0807–J002 It’s possible to mount up to 5 modules. ABU05B A03B–0807–J003 Interface AIF01A A03B–0807–J011 module AIF0
  • Page 195B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE I/O Unit–MODEL A Name Drawing No. Remarks Digital output module Drawing No. Type point Voltage Porar- Resp Connection ity once *3.When AOD32A1 A03B–0807–J162 Non – 32 5 *3 0.3A Connection A turning on, inslation –24VDC NEG output type DC becomes Lo output level level. (0V com
  • Page 1962. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.7 HOW TO REPLACE THE MODULES 2.7.1 (1) Pull the latches of the module socket outwards. (Fig.(a)) Removing (2) Pull out the module upward. (Fig.(b)) 2.7.2 Insertion Procedure for insetion of the module (1) Insert the new module board diagonally with B–SIDE outward (Fig.b) (2
  • Page 197B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.8 HOW TO REPLACE THE BATTERIES 2.8.1 (1) Use the following lithium batteries:       When the power supply unit is A02B–0162–H101 or –H102: Ordering drawing number A98L–0031–0007     When the power supply unit is A02B–0162–H107 or –H108: Ordering d
  • Page 1982. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.8.2 Replacing Batteries for Separate Absolute Pulse Coder Procedure for replacing the batteries for absolute pulse coder 1 Prepare 4 commercially available dry cell batteries 2 Turn on CNC power. If the batteries are replaced with the power off, absolute position of the mac
  • Page 199B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.9 HOW TO REPLACE Fan ordering information FAN MOTOR Ordering code Number of units required For 2–slot rack A90L–0001–0378 For 1–slot rack For 1–slot rack A90L–0001–0385#A For 2–slot rack Procedure for replacing the fan motor 1 Remove the control section printed circuit boar
  • Page 2002. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 (3) (4) Fan motor Cable Connector Back plane Fig. 2.9 Fan motor replacement 180
  • Page 201B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.10 When a fuse blows in the power supply unit of the CNC, find and correct the cause of the failure and replace the fuse. FUSE Each fuse has a small window in which a white mark appears when the REPLACEMENT IN fuse has blown. POWER SUPPLY Fig. 1 shows the fuse mounting diag
  • Page 2022. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.11 It is necessary to regulary clean the heat transformer, because the heat transformation ability will be reduced by the accumulation of dust. The MAINTENANCE OF frequency of the cleaning needed differs according to the installation HEAT PIPE TYPE environment and therefore
  • Page 203B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE Cleaning heat exchanger 1 When cleaning, be sure to cut off the fan power source. 2 Take out the external fan unit from the heat exchanger main unit. Heat exchanger main unit Power cable for fan (detach the connector) External fan unit Installation screws B (1) Installation s
  • Page 2042. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 Method of cleaning heat exchanger fan 1 Detach the heat exchanger format the unit and either blow off with air, wipe off with a dry cloth, or brush the accumulated dirt, condensation, etc. When the dirt is especially severe 1 Detach the internal fan unit, the terminal unit, a
  • Page 205B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.12 The liquid–crystal displays have controls for fine adjustment of the video signal. These are required to adjust any horizontal dot shift and/or flicker ADJUSTING THE of the screen caused by a slight mismatch between the NC and the cable LIQUID–CRYSTAL being used. DISPLAY
  • Page 2062. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.12.3 10″ plasma display (rear) 10″ PDP   Power supply D Adjusting for flicker 1 Change the setting until the flicker is eliminated. (SW2) 2 If each of several settings eliminates the flicker, select that setting which best corresponds to the midpoint. Example: If no f
  • Page 207B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.13 This section describes the locations of the fuses of the liquid–crystal displays, as well as how to replace them. REPLACING THE FUSES OF THE LIQUID–CRYSTAL DISPLAYS 2.13.1 Color liquid–crystal display (rear) 9.5″ LCD, 10.4″ LCD (Graphic Function Built–in Type or for MMC–
  • Page 2082. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.14 The LCD backlight must be replaced periodically. Replace the unit in which the LCD backlight is mounted. REPLACING THE The LCD backlight has a life of about 10,000 hours (5,000 hours LCD BACKLIGHT guaranteed). (During its lifetime, the backlight should maintain a brightn
  • Page 209B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.15 HOW TO REPLACE THE CRT DISPLAY Procedure for replacing the CRT display 1 Disconnect the CRT unit power cable and the video signal cable. 2 When replacing a 9″ monochrome CRT, remove the chloridized veneer cover and the four screws from the front of the CRT unit. 3 When r
  • Page 2102. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.16 HOW TO REPLACE THE MDI KEYBOARD Procedure for replacing the MDI keyboard 1 The small printed circuit board at the rear of the MDI keyboard can be seen from the back of the CRT/MDI control unit. There is a flat cable, coming from the soft keyboard, attached to this printe
  • Page 211B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.17 HOW TO REPLACE THE CARD CAGE IN THE CONTROL UNIT Procedure for replacing the control unit 1 Turn off the power supply and disconnect all the attached cables. 2 Unscrew and remove the screws holding the lower portion of the rack. 3 The screw holes in the upper portion of
  • Page 2122. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.18 HANDLING MEMORY CARDS 2.18.1 As data exchange media, the CNC supports the use of two types of Overview memory cards, flash memory cards and SRAM memory cards, that conform to the following standards: D JEIDA “IC Memory Card Guideline Ver.4.0” D PCMCIA “PC Card Standard R
  • Page 213B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.18.3 Names and Functions of the Components Write pro- tect switch Battery case Name Function 1 Write protect switch Writing to the memory card can be disabled by setting the write protect switch ac- cordingly. Writing is enabled. Writing is disabled. 2 Battery case An SRAM
  • Page 2142. HARDWARE B–62075E/04 2.18.4 Using Memory Cards D Inserting a memory card (1) Carefully insert a memory card into the memory card slot, in the direction shown below. (2) A memory card has an insertion guide; it cannot be inserted in other than the correct orientation. When inserting a memory card,
  • Page 215B–62075E/04 2. HARDWARE 2.18.5 Replacing the Battery D Battery A BR2325 or equivalent battery is used. D Battery life The lives of batteries are listed below. Note that the life of a battery depends on its environment, including the ambient temperature. So, the values given should be used for refere
  • Page 2163. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 3 INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA This chapter describes the methods of inputting/outputting various types of data, required settings, and so forth. 3.1 SETTING THE PARAMETERS REQUIRED FOR INPUT/OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197
  • Page 217B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3.1 SETTING THE PARAMETERS REQUIRED FOR INPUT/OUTPUT Parameter setting procedure  1 Enable parameter writing. (1) Set the MDI mode or emergency stop state. (2) When the MDI mode is selected instead of the emergency stop state, switch memory protection
  • Page 2183. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 (4) +INPUT: Adds an input value to the data at the cursor position so that the sum is entered at the cursor position (parameters other than bit parameters). (5) INPUT: Enters an input value at the cursor position. (6) READ: Enters parameters from the reader/pu
  • Page 219B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA (3) Repeatedly setting the same data The same data item can be set repeatedly by using the 0 = key. Example 1: EOB EOB INPUT 1 2 3 4 HELP 0= HELP 0= INSERT 0 1234 0 1234 0 1234 0 0 0 0 Example 2: For a bit parameter EOB EOB INPUT 1 1 HELP 0= HELP 0= INSERT 0 0
  • Page 2203. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 3.2 The main CPU board stores the data indicated below. While the control unit is operating normally, output the data to an I/O device beforehand. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT (1) CNC parameters (2) PMC parameters (3) Pitch error compensation data (4) Custom macro variab
  • Page 221B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 2) Main CPU board + Additional axis board (SUB, ADAX) Series 15–B JD5J JD5A JD6D JD5B Main SUB R/P R/P R/P R/P Channel 1 : JD5A of the main CPU board Channel 2 : JD5B of the main CPU board Channel 3 : JD5J of the sub–board Channel 13 : JD6D of the sub–board 3)
  • Page 2223. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 NOTE The option 1 board contains a remote buffer. Each reader/punch unit is temporarily assigned device numbers 1 to 6. When you have four reader/punch units, for example, assign device numbers 1 to 4 to them. Set the specifications of the assigned reader/punc
  • Page 223B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA Channel Device No. No. 0020 1 5001 5110 Device specification 0021 2 5002 1 5111 No. of stop bits 0022 3 5003 5112 Baud rate 0023 4 5013 5120 2 5121 Channel used by Device number the foreground/ used for each 5122 background I/O channel. device 3 4 5 5160 6 516
  • Page 2243. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 0020 Interface No. of input device for foreground [Setting input] [Data type] Byte Assignment of input device numbers for foreground 0 : Reader connected to JD5A of main CPU board 1 : Reader connected to JD5A of main CPU board (Settings 0 and 1 are identical.)
  • Page 225B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 0022 Interface No. of input device for background [Setting input] [Data type] Byte Assignment of input device numbers for background 0 : Reader connected to JD5A of main CPU board 1 : Reader connected to JD5A of main CPU board (Settings 0 and 1 are identical.)
  • Page 2263. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 5013 Device number of reader/punch unit connected to JD6D of additional axis board [Setting input] [Data type] Byte [Valid data range] 1 to 6 Set the device number of the reader/punch unit connected to the RS–422 interface. Set the code numbers of the reader/p
  • Page 227B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 5112 Baud rate of reader/punch unit corresponding to device number 1 [Setting input] [Data type] Byte [Valid data range] 1 to 12 Set the baud rate of the reader/punch unit corresponding to device number 1. The table below gives the correspondence between the s
  • Page 2283. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 3.2.2 Data Output 3.2.2.1 1 Display the parameter screen. CNC parameter output 1) Press the SERVICE key. 2) Press the function menu key. 3) Press the [CHAPTER] soft key. 4) Press the [PARAM] soft key. The parameter screen can also be displayed by pressing the
  • Page 229B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 7. Press the [PCPRM] soft key. Then press the [KEEPRL] soft key to display the keep relay screen. Press the page key until the screen which contains the K17 data line is displayed. When this screen is displayed, place the cursor at the K17 data using the curso
  • Page 2303. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 (2) Outputting PMC data 1. Connect the reader/punch interface of the CNC to the device which outputs PMC data. Then turn the CNC on. 2. Press the NC/PC soft key to display the PMC screen. PCMDI PCLAD PDDGN PCPRM 3. Press the [PCPRM] soft key to display the PC
  • Page 231B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA D PMC–NB (1) Connect a PMC data output device to the reader/punch interface, then turn on the power. PMC (2) Press the CNC key to display the PMC screen. When the soft keys in the lower row shown below are displayed, operations (1) through (9) are not required
  • Page 2323. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 (12) Press the [FDCAS] soft key to select the FANUC Floppy Cassette as the I/O device. (13) Press the [PCPRM] soft key to select PMC data as the data type. (14) Press the [WRITE] soft key to select data output. (15) Enter a desired file name from the keyboard,
  • Page 233B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3.2.2.5 1 Display the tool output value screen. Tool offset data output 1) Press the OFFSET key. 2) Press the function menu key. 3) Press the [CHAPTER] soft key. 4) Press the [TOOL] soft key. The tool offset value screen can also be displayed by pressing the O
  • Page 2343. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 3.2.3 Data Input 3.2.3.1 1 Set the emergency stop state. CNC parameter input 2 Display the parameter screen. 1) Press the SERVICE key. 2) Press the function menu key. 3) Press the [CHAPTER] soft key. 4) Press the [PARAM] soft key. The parameter screen can also
  • Page 235B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3. Press the [SETTING] soft key to display the setting screen. 4. Enter 8000 and press the [INPU–NO.] soft key. Parameter No. 8000 is now displayed. 5. If PWE, the lowest bit of parameter No. 8000, is set to 0, change it to 1. Then press the [INPUT] soft key.
  • Page 2363. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 NOTE To change the baud rate, press the [PCPRM] soft key on the menu as shown in the figure in step 1., and press the [MODE] soft key. Then place the cursor at DATA TRANSFER RATE (AUX) using the key. Press the soft key to display the desired baud rate. 3.2.3.3
  • Page 237B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA NOTE When data is read, if RAM ENABLE OFF is displayed, this means that the RAM for the PMC is protected. Press the [MODE] soft key on the menu as shown in the figure in step 7., Then place the cursor at RAM ENABLE using the key and press the [ON] softkey. D P
  • Page 2383. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 (9) Press the key (leftmost soft key) several times to display the soft key menu of (1). (10) Press the [I/O] soft key to display the I/O screen. (11) Key in the correct channel number from the keyboard, then press the INPUT INSERT key. INPUT Example: “1” INSE
  • Page 239B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 3) Press the [CHAPTER] soft key. 4) Press the [TEXT] soft key. The program contents screen can also be displayed by pressing the PROG key several times. 5 Press the operation menu key to display [READ] in the soft key menu. 6 Press the [READ] soft key, then en
  • Page 2403. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 7 Select memory (automatic operation) mode, then press the cycle start button to start automatic operation. The program runs, and the tool offset data is set. 8 Upon the completion of the operation, display the tool offset value screen. 9 By switching between
  • Page 241B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 5 Display the program contents screen. 1) Press the PROG key. 2) Press the function menu key. 3) Press the [CHAPTER] soft key. 4) Press the [TEXT] soft key. The program contents screen can also be displayed by pressing the PROG key several times. 6 Press the o
  • Page 2423. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA B–62075E/04 3.2.4 15–MFB Data Input/Output 3.2.4.1 Conversational data is read from an external storage device (reader), or Conversational data punched out to an external storage device (punch). For conversational data input/output, the data input/output screen shown belo
  • Page 243B–62075E/04 3. INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA 6. Enter address and program number information. Parameter  P< * 9 9 9 9 ) Tool file  T * 9 9 9 9 ) Cutting condition file  F % * 9 9 9 9 ) Pre–tool list  R * 9 9 9 9 ) PASCAL  S ¥ *) 9 9 9 9 Conversational data  MSP *) 9 9 9 9 All programs  O ? *) 9 9
  • Page 2444. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 4 INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC This chapter describes the signals between the machine operator’s panel, power 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 de
  • Page 2454.1 GENERAL OF B–62075E/04 High–speed processing signal PMCDGN Input Contacts *EMG, SKIP, AE1, AE2 [0] ............. 0V ........... Open [1] ............. 24V........... Close INTERFACE NC PMCDGN PMCDGN * DI/DO PMC–RB/RC MT (Machine tool builder) G0000 to 0511 X 0000 to 0127 ST1 DOOR ST ST1 G X RV X
  • Page 2464. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 4.2 SPECIFICATION OF PMC 4.2.1 Specification Model PMC–RA1 PMC–RB3 Programming method language Ladder Ladder C C PASCAL Number of ladder level 3 3 Level–1 Cycle Time 8 ms 8 ms Basic Instruction Execution Time 0.2 0.1 (µs/step) (µs/step) Program capacity S
  • Page 247B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC NOTE 1 The standard sizes of a symbol, comment, and message are as follows: Data PMC–NA PMC–NB Symbol, comment 16KB 28KB Message 4KB 2.1KB 2 The use of more than about 8000 ladder program steps requires the installation of optional DRAM. 4.2.2 Address Char
  • Page 2484. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 4.2.3 Built–in Debug Function Contents Function Display of sequence program Dynamic display of ladder diagram Diagnostic function S Title data display S Signal status (symbol can be displayed) S PMC alarm display S Signal trace S Memory contents display S
  • Page 249B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 R9002 Register for R9003 remainder R9004 (used by DIVB instruction) R9005 4.2.5 Execution Period of PMC Sequence program 1st level From NC (High–speed sequence) (1) END1 2nd level (Normal sequence) (2)–1 Synchronized buffer (2)–2 He
  • Page 2504. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 4.3 PMC SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Main CPU board Flash memory Back–up memory @ Sequence program @ PMC DATA PMC board (NA/NB) Control circuit CPU 230
  • Page 251B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 4.4 PMC SCREEN 4.4.1 Display Method D PMC–NA PMC To display the PMC screen, press the CNC key. THERE IS NO ALARM Displays the alarm status. [PCMDI ][PCLAD ][PCDGN ][PCPRM ][ ] PMC parameter screen PMC diagnostic screen Ladder dynamic display User PMC scree
  • Page 2524. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 D PMC–NB PMC CONTROL SYSTEM MENU MONIT RUN SELECT ONE OF FOLLOWING SOFT KEYS PMCLAD : DYNAMIC LADDER DISPLAY PMCDGN : DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION PMCPRM : PARAMETER (T/C/K/D) RUN/STOP : RUN/STOP SEQUENCE PROGRAM When EDIT : EDIT SEQUENCE PROGRAM built–in program- I
  • Page 253B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 4.4.2 Press soft key [PMCLAD], and a sequence program is displayed PMCLAD Screen dynamically and operation monitoring can be confirmed : D PMC–NA Number of net displayed Ladder display RUN/STOP status LADDER NET 0001–0004 MONIT RUN Comment LOG1 LOG1 ALWAYS
  • Page 2544. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 D Search method 1. Use the cursor keys to change display positions. 2. [TOP]:Searches top of ladder. 3. [BOTTOM]:Search bottom of ladder. 4. Address.bit,[SRCH] or Signal name, [SRCH] 5. Address.bit,[W–SRCH] or Signal name ,[W–SRCH] 6. Net no.[N–SRCH]:Ladde
  • Page 255B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC D Search method (1) Use the page and cursor keys to change the display positions. D Page keys PAGE PAGE D Cursor keys (2) Enter the item for which a search is to be made, then press a page or cursor key. Enter an address and bit, then press a page or curso
  • Page 2564. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 D Changing the display (1) Address or symbol display method (a) [ADRESS] : Displays a signal using an address and bit number. (b) [SYMBOL]: Displays a signal using a symbol. (Signals for which no symbol has been registered are displayed using an address an
  • Page 257B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 4.4.3 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 CONT
  • Page 2584. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 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 259B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC D TRACE (trace) screen The state of the specified signal is stored into trace memory every time the state changes. This function is useful for investigating any intermittent fault. Pressing the [TRACE] key displays the TRACE screen. D PMC–NA Trace address
  • Page 2604. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 Soft key [STOP] Pressing the [STOP] key stops tracing. The trace results are maintained. (3) Displaying the trace results The latest trace result is indicated by the cursor. The cursor moves on the CRT screen as the trace results are updated. If the cursor
  • Page 261B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC d. MASK DATA: The bits to be traced are specified by a hexadecimal number (2 digits). For example, to trace the signals at bit 7,6,5 and 0, set E1 (hexadecimal) to MASK DATA. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 E1% 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 However, even if bit 4,3,2 and 1 chan
  • Page 2624. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 D ANALYS screen Change of signals is displayed as the same display as that on the oscilloscope. D PMC–NB 1. Parameter setting screen (1st page) PMC SIGNAL ANALYSIS(PARAM) MONIT RUN SAMPLING TIME : 10 (1–10 SEC)  TRIGGER ADDRESS : G0007.2  CONDITION :
  • Page 263B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 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 : 4 : X0005.0 12 : Up to 16 5 : 13 : signals 6 : 14 : 7 : 15 : 8 : 16 : SCOPE DELETE INIT ADDRESS a.
  • Page 2644. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 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   256(MSEC) SGNPRM
  • Page 265B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 4.4.4 PMCRAM Screen D Inputting PMC (1) Set to MDI mode or emergency stop state. parameters from the MDI (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
  • Page 2664. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 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 267B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC D PMC–NA (1) Nonvolatile memory control #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 K016 #7 (MWRTF2) Nonvolatile memory writing status #6 (MWRTF1) Nonvolatile memory writing status (2) PMC system parameters #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 K017 #6 1 : Writing to flash EEPROM is always
  • Page 2684. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 D PMC–NB (1) Nonvolatile memory control #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 K016 #7 (MWRTF2) Writing status in nonvolatile memory #6 (MWRTF1) Writing status in nonvolatile memory (2) PMC system parameter The following keep relays are used by the system, therefore they
  • Page 269B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC #1 DBGSTAT 0: In the C language debug function, the automatic break processing does not start when the power is turned on. 1 : In the C language debug function, the automatic break processing starts when the power is turned on. #0 IGNKEY 0 : Function keys
  • Page 2704. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 D PMC–NA (1) Control data table PMC TABLE CONTROL DATA NO. ADDRESS PARAMETER NO.OF DATA OFFSET SPECIAL TABLE NO.0 000 D0000 3 Number of table groups used 001 D0002 00000010 20 0 31520 2150 Table group 1 002 D0010 00001000 10 0 0 20000 Table group 2 003 D00
  • Page 271B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC (2) Data table DATA TABLE DATA #001 Data table group number NO. ADDRESS DATA 0000 D0026 20 0001 D0027 30 0002 D0028 40 @ @ @ @ @ @ 0019 D0045 99 D PMC–NB (1) Data table setting screen No. of screen PMC DATA TBL CONTROL #001 MONIT RUN GROUP TABLE COUNT = 2
  • Page 2724. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 PARAMETER #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 ÕÕÕÕÕÕ #1 #0 k019 ÕÕÕÕÕÕ 0 : Binary format 1 : BCD format 0 : Without protection for input 1 : With protection for input TYPE 0 : 1–byte length 1 : 2–byte length 2 : 4–byte length e. Using the page key, next screen/previous scre
  • Page 273B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC 4.5 SIGNAL AND SYMBOL CORRESPONDENCE TABLE PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 ABS Absolute Selection Signal G004.5 G099.5 *ACTF1 to 10 Axis selection signal in actual speed G067.4, G071.4 G131.4, G135.4 to
  • Page 2744. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 *APF00 to 15 Second Feedrate Override B G146 to G147 AR0 to AR15 Actual Spindle Speed Signal F012 to F013 F008 to F009 F056 to F057 A ARSTA Alarm Reset Signal G226.0 G226.
  • Page 275B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 *CHP2 Chopping speed override signal G044.1 *CHP4 Chopping speed override signal G044.2 *CHP8 Chopping speed override signal G044.3 CNCA1 to 10 Axis control command read c
  • Page 2764. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 DT1X0 to 31 Axis control data signals (PMC axis G388 to G391 G388 to G391 DT2X0 to 31 control) G396 to G399 G396 to G399 to to to DT10X0 to 31 G460 to G463 G460 to G463 D
  • Page 277B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 *ESPB Emergency Stop Signal G234.1 G234.1 EUI00 to 15 P–code macro input signals G144.0 to G145.7 EUO00 to 15 P–code macro output signals F166.0 to F167.7 E EXPUN External
  • Page 2784. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 H Manual handle feed selection signal G003.1 G097.1 HD00 to 2 Signals for outputting the states of the F047.0 to 2 F107.0 to 2 HD03 high–speed skip signal and the high– F0
  • Page 279B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 +/*J1O to Feed axis and direction selection sig- F136.0 to F136.7 +/*J4O nals of software operator‘s panel F138.0 to F138.3 +/*J5O to +/*J6O JO Manual continuous feed sele
  • Page 2804. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 MDIO Manual data input selection signal of F129.3 software operator‘s panel MDLK Display Lock Check Signal F004.6 F100.6 MDRN Dry Run Check Signal F004.1 F100.1 MDTCH1 to
  • Page 281B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 MLKO Machine lock signal of software opera- F130.7 tor‘s panel MMEM Memory mode selection check signal F003.5 F099.5 MMI1 to 10 Mirror image check signals F065.0, F069.0 F
  • Page 2824. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 NOT3DM Signal that specifies whether the G157.7 manual interruption function for three– dimensional coordinate conversion N NRROA, B Signals for executing a shortcut rota-
  • Page 283B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 RAST1 to 10 Reference Point Auto Setting Signal G067.2, G071.2 G131.2, G135.2 to G103.2 to G167.2 RCFNA, B Switching completion signals F228.3, F244.3 F228.3, F244.3 RCHA,
  • Page 2844. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 RT Manual rapid traverse selection signal G006.7 G101.7 RTAP Rigid tapping signal F040.4 RTO software operator‘s panel RTO Manual rapid traverse selection signal F132.7 of
  • Page 285B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 SFRB Forward Rotation Command Signal G235.5 G235.5 SHA00 Signals for specifying the stop position G230 to G231 G230 to G231, to SHA11 in orientation of the serial interfac
  • Page 2864. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 SPSYAL Spindle synchronization alarm signal F046.5 F111.5 SPSVC Spindle synchronization signal G047.6 G111.6 SRN Program Restart Selection Signal G002.5 SRV Canned Cycle C
  • Page 287B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 T Tape mode selection signal G003.4 T0 to T31 Tool Function Code Signal F024 to F027 F024 to F027 F072 to F075 TAP Tapping signal F001.4 F000.4 F048.4 TCHIN Teach–in selec
  • Page 2884. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC B–62075E/04 PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 TLSKP Tool skip signal G009.7 G009.7 G057.7 *TLV0 to 7 Tool life count override signals G155.0 to 7 *TLV8 to 9 Tool life count override signals G154.0 to 1 TMRON General–p
  • Page 289B–62075E/04 4. INTERFACE BETWEEN NC AND PMC PMC address Symbol Signal name For M series and For TT series T series HEAD#1 HEAD#2 WHEAD Signal for selecting a tool post for NC G111.0 window input/output WN1,2,4,8,16 External workpiece number search G019.0 to 4 G019.0 to 4 G067.0 to 4 signals W WOQSM
  • Page 2905. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 5 TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter outlines troubleshooting in Section 5.1 and details the action to be taken for each failure in Section 5.2 and subsequent sections. 5.1 CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR FAILURES . . . . . . . . . . 271 5.2 POWER CANNOT BE TURNED ON . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 291B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5.1 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 2925. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 For a failure related to spindles When did the failure occur ? (during power–on, acceleration, deceleration, or constant rotation) 3. What failure occurred ? Which alarm was displayed on the alarm display screen on the CRT? Are the LEDs on each printed circuit board li
  • Page 293B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5.2 POWER CANNOT BE WARNING TURNED ON Maintenance of a CNC unit involves many dangers and, therefore, must be performed only by a qualified technician. Points Confirm the green LED PIL and red LED ALM on the front of power unit. 1) Proceed to item 1 when green LED PIL
  • Page 2945. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 Fig. 5.2 (b) For details, refer to 2.4. 9″CRT unit is faulty. (2) Power supply unit is faulty. (a) Remove connector CP2, CP3, CP5, and CP6. (b) Turn off the power of the machine and retract the power unit from the controller. (c) Turn on power of NC. (d) When LED ALM i
  • Page 295B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING Main CPU Manual pulse generator (1) MPG (JA3) MPG Pulse coder PC (2)* ENCn (JFn) (3) SCALEn (JF2n) Linear scale n : Axis number APCBAT (JA4A) BAT 6V (1.5V x 4) Fig. 5.2 (c) (d) If AlM does not light by power on of NC, any of load connected to (1) to (3) may be faulty.
  • Page 2965. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 5.3 NO MANUAL OPERATION NOR AUTOMATIC 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 statu
  • Page 297B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING (c) Confirm the status of modes Operation mode status is displayed on the lower part of CRT as follows : If nothing is displayed, mode select signal is not input. Check mode select signal using PMC’s diagnostic function (PMCDGN). For details, refer to section 1.6 NC ST
  • Page 2985. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 (i) Check the value of the parameter using the parameter list. 1825 Servo loop gain for each axis (Standard value: 3000) (ii) The servo system may be erroneous. Investigate the servo system according to the description of servo alarms SV023, SV008, and SV009. b. The ma
  • Page 299B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING (iii) The automatic operation all–axis interlock signal (*AIT) or block start interlock signal (*BSL) is being input. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G001 *BSL *AIT (M/T series) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G001 *BSL *AIT (TT series HEAD #1) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 (TT series G049
  • Page 3005. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 2. Position display The machine lock signal (MLK) is being input. (machine coordinates) does not change #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G004 MLK (M/T series) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G099 MLK *IT (TT series) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G065 MLK1 (M/T series first axis) #7 #6 #5 #4
  • Page 301B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5.4 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 3025. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 No. 1001 BACKGROUND READING a. In–position check (positioning check) is being performed. The system indicates that axis movement has not been completed. Check the state of the following diagnostic number. (This item will be 1 under the following condition.) Diagnostic
  • Page 303B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING (ii) An axis interlock signal (*ITn), servo off signal (*SVFn), or controlled axis detachment signal (DTCHn) is being input. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G064 DTCH1 *SVF1 *IT1 (M/T series first axis) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 (TT series G128 DTCH1 *SVF1 *IT1 first axis) The a
  • Page 3045. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 (5) If the option for index table indexing is being used, check the setting of the index table indexing axis. If the index table indexing sequence on the PMC is incorrect, the index table indexing axis is placed in the servo off state. 7631 Index table indexing control
  • Page 305B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5.5 HANDLE OPERATION 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 sections 5.3 and 5.4. acceptable, either 2 When only handle (1) Check CNC status
  • Page 3065. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 NOTE In the above table, n is the number of the manual pulse generator (MPG) and up to 3 MPGs can be used. A feed axis is selected by 4–bit code of A to D. (3) Manual handle feed multiplication is not correct Check the following signals using PMC’s PCDGN. Also confirm
  • Page 307B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING Manual pulse CNC side MPG (JA3) generator HA1 (03) (05) HA1 1st HB1 (02) (06) HB1 +5V (09) (03) +5V 0V (12) (04) 0V HA2 (03) (05) HA2 2nd HB2 (04) (06) HB2 +5V (18) (03) +5V 0V (14) (04) 0V HA3 (05) (05) HA3 3rd HB3 (06) (06) HB3 +5V (20) (03) +5V 0V (16) (04) 0V shiel
  • Page 3085. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 5.6 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 309B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING (3) Feed hold signal is input Under normal state, the feed hold signal is 1 when the feed hold button is not pressed. Check the state of this signal using the PMC’s diagnostic function (PMCDGN) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G000 *SP (M/T series) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G096
  • Page 3105. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 (M/T series, G013 *AFV7 *AFV6 *AFV5 *AFV4 *AFV3 *AFV2 *AFV1 *AFV0 TT series HEAD #1) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G061 *AFV7 *AFV6 *AFV5 *AFV4 *AFV3 *AFV2 *AFV1 *AFV0 (TT series HEAD #2) c. The manual feedrate override is 0% (only f
  • Page 311B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING (iii) The automatic operation all–axis interlock signal (*AIT) or block start interlock signal (*BSL) is being input. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G001 *BSL *AIT (M/T series) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G001 *BSL *AIT (TT series HEAD #1) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G049 *BSL *AIT (
  • Page 3125. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 (4) If only rapid traverse for positioning (G00) fails to function, check the following parameter and signal sent from the PMC: a. Rapid traverse rate setting 1420 Rapid traverse rate for each axis (mm/min) b. Rapid traverse override signal #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G006
  • Page 313B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 1402 ROV8 [Parameter input] [Data type] Bit type ROV8 Rapid traverse override is specified as: 0 : Fo, Fm, 50%, or 100%, using two input signals, ROV1 and ROV2. 1 : 0 to 100% (in steps of 1%), using seven input signals, *RV0B to *RV6B. (5) Only
  • Page 3145. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 SPDL–x (JA7A,B) SPM · Main CPU board 200VAC · Sub CPU board · Additional axis board x: 1,2 JA7B · Axis CPU board Spindle Position coder or motor Built–in sensor PC Spindle Control signal A–OUTx(JA8A, B) An
  • Page 315B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5.7 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 (1) If the cycle start LED signal (
  • Page 3165. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 c. External reset signal is input #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G0000 ERS (M/T series) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 G096 ERS (TT series) #7 (ERS) When the bit is 1, external reset signal is input. * This signal is usually used for a confirmation signal of M02 when an M02 is speci
  • Page 317B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5.8 NOTHING IS DISPLAYED ON CRT 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 above s
  • Page 3185. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 5.9 SR805 TO SR874 (RELATED TO READER/PUNCH INTERFACE) Start Yes SR805, SR806 No @ Check the reader/punch interface op- tion. @ Check the parameter for the specifica- tion number of the reader/punch unit. Yes RS807 @ Check the reader/punch interface option. @ Check the
  • Page 319B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING P2 SR821, SR831 Yes SR841, SR851 No No Is the cable connection correct? Yes @ Correct the cable connection. @ The I/O device is faulty. @ The I/O interface module is faulty. SR822, RS823, SR832, SR833 Yes SR842, RS843, SR852, SR853 No @ Check parameters related to the
  • Page 3205. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 Action a A parameter setting related to the reader/punch interface is invalid. D Parameters related to Correlation diagrams for parameters related to reader/punch interfaces are reader/punch interfaces given below. Parameters related to the reader/punch interface The c
  • Page 321B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 3) Main CPU board + Sub–board (additional axis) + Option 1 board (with communication functions) Series 15–B JD5J JD5C JD6D JD5A JD6A JD5B Main SUB OP 1 R/P R/P R/P R/P R/P Channel 1 : JD5A of the main CPU board Channel 2 : JD5B of the main CPU board Channel 3 : JD5J of
  • Page 3225. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 Channel Device No. No. 0020 1 5001 5110 Device specification 0021 2 5002 1 5111 No. of stop bits 0022 3 5003 5112 Baud rate 0023 4 5013 5120 2 5121 Channel used by Device number the foreground/ used for each 5122 background I/O channel. device 3 4 5 5160 6 5161 5162 50
  • Page 323B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING D Settings #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 0000 DNC EIA NCR ISP CTV TVC [Setting input] [Data type] Bit TVC Specifies whether TV check is performed. 0 : Do not perform. 1 : Perform. CTV Specifies whether characters are counted for TV check during control out. 0 : Count. 1 : Do
  • Page 3245. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 0022 Interface No. of input device for background [Setting input] [Data type] Byte Assignment of input device numbers for background 0 : Reader connected to JD5A of main CPU board 1 : Reader connected to JD5A of main CPU board (Settings 0 and 1 are identical.) 2 : Read
  • Page 325B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5060 HDLC baud rate in DNC1 [Setting input] [Data type] Byte Set this parameter to 51 because the HDLC baud rate is fixed at 460K bps in DNC1. Action b D The external input/output (1) Check that the communication settings made for the external device or host computer i
  • Page 3265. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 Action d D Cable between NC and Check the cable for disconnection or wrong connection. I/O device is faulty Main CPU board R232–1(JD5A) Punch panel R232–2(JD5B) Tape reader Option 1 board R232–3(JD5C) Host computer R422–1(JD6A) Host computer SUB CPU board or R232–9(JD5
  • Page 327B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING < Cable connection> R232–1 (JD5A) R232–2 (JD5B) R232–9 (JD5J) 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 (17)
  • Page 3285. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 R232–3 (JD5C) Host computer RD (01) (02) SD 0V (02) DR (03) (20) ER 0V (04) CS (05) (04) RS 0V (06) CD (07) (08) CD 0V (08) (09) +24V (10) SD (11) (03) RD 0V (12) ER (13) (06) DR 0V (14) RS (15) (05) CS 0V (16) (07) SG (17) (18) +24V (19) (25) +24V (20) (01) FG Shield
  • Page 329B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING R422–1(JD6A) R422–4 (JD6D) Host computer RD (01) (04) RD *RD (02) (22) *RD RT (03) (17) TT *RT (04) (35) *TT CS (05) (07) RS *CS (06) (25) *RS DM (07) (12) TR Note) *DM (09) (30) *TR 0V (08) (19) SG (+24V) (10) SD (11) (06) RD *SD (12) (24) *RD TT (13) (08) RT *TT (14)
  • Page 3305. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 5.10 REFERENCE (START) POSITION DEVIATES YES By 1 grid ? NO Length of NO deceleration dog sufficient ? Exchange dog. YES As a temporary work, lower rapid traverse rate (PRM 1420) in ref- erence position return Does deceleration signal *DECα change between grids ? α : a
  • Page 331B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5.11 PS200 (GRID SYNCHRONOUS IS FAILED) Contents (1) 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 higher than a
  • Page 3325. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 Countermeasures (START) Absolute YES pulse coder? NO First reference NO position return after first power–on of pulse coder? YES Turn the NC power off then back on, then perform refer- ence position return. Check whether position gain is greater than 128 pulses Positio
  • Page 333B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING (1) (from previous page) 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 ? · Change the return start position. YES · Move the mac
  • Page 3345. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 5.12 Absolute position data in the absolute pulse coder was lost. (This alarm will be generated when absolute pulse coder is exchanged or ALARM OT32 (NEED position feedback signal cable of the absolute pulse coder is ZRN (ABS PDR)) disconnected). Remedies Machine posit
  • Page 335B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5.13 Absolute pulse coder, cable or servo module is faulty. ALARM SV101 (DATA ERROR (ABS PCDR)) Points Check the details of the error using the CNC diagnostic function. The diagnostic number for each axis is obtained as follows: 3018 + (n – 1) x 20 (n: axis number = 1,
  • Page 3365. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 5.14 This alarm is issued when the battery for the absolute pulse coder has failed (its voltage has dropped to 0 V). Absolute position data is lost when ALARM OT34 the battery is replaced. After replacing the battery, therefore, perform (BATTERY ZERO reference position
  • Page 337B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5.15 The serial pulse coder or feedback cable has been found to be defective. ALARM SV110 (PULSE CODER ALARM1 (SERIAL)) Points Check the details of the alarm using the CNC diagnostic function. D When diagnostic number 0202 shows 1 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 DGN 3016+(n–1)
  • Page 3385. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 5.17 An error is generated in communication with serial pulse coder. ALARM SV115 (ABNORMAL COMMUNICATION (SERIAL PCDR)) Points Check the details by the diagnostic function of the CNC. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 DGN 3017+(n–1) 20 CSA PHA RCA CKA SPHA n : Axis number #7 (DT
  • Page 339B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5.18 Amplifier or overheat of motor is detected. ALARM SV23 (SV OVER LOAD) Points Confirm the detail by the diagnostic function of CNC. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 DGN 3014+(n–1) 20 OVL n : Axis number #7 (OVL) 1 OVERLOAD ALARM is displayed. Check details of alarms. #7 #6
  • Page 3405. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 D SVM fan alarm [SVM LED display: 1] (START) Check the SVM LED display. See the description of the LED NO ȱ1ȴ? display. If the unit is hot, an IPM alarm state (such as overcurrent) may have arisen. YES Check whether the fan is clogged with any foreign matter. NO Clogge
  • Page 341B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5.19 Because an ambient temperature of the control unit becomes high, a thermostat mounted on the back panel of NC functions and informs an ALARM 700 alarm. (OVERHEAT AT CONTROL SIDE) Remedies (START) Check fan on the top of the control unit is oper- ating when power i
  • Page 3425. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 5.20 Spindle speed changes abnormally due to load. ALARM OT117 (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
  • Page 343B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5.21 Alarm OT300 is issued when the spindle amplifier cannot be started normally in a system using a serial spindle. ALARM OT300 (SPINDLE SERIAL LINK CANNOT BE STARTED) Causes (1) Optical cable is in poor contact or spindle amplifier power is off. (2) When display of s
  • Page 3445. TROUBLESHOOTING B–62075E/04 #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 1503 SLES2 SREQ2 SSTB2 SSPRM2 SNCRRM2 SNOTC2 NC internal processing sequence information and spindle status 2 SNOTC2 1 : No SIC2–LSI connected to the serial line SNCRM2 1 : NC SIC2–LSI error (parameter check error) SSPRM2 1 : NC SIC2–LSI communi
  • Page 345B–62075E/04 5. TROUBLESHOOTING (4) 1503#1 (SNOTC2) The spindle amplifier cannot be recognized. ↓ Check the state of the communication cable. ↓ If no problem is identified, the spindle module, communication cable, or spindle amplifier may be faulty. (5) 1503#2 (SNCRM2) An error has occurred during te
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  • Page 347B–62075E/04 APPENDIX A. MAINTENANCE PARTS A    Maintenance parts can be classified into two types: repairable parts and consumable parts. Repairable parts are covered in Section 2.6. This appendix lists consumable maintenance parts (fuses, batteries, fans, keyboards, etc.). A.1 MAINTENAN
  • Page 348A. MAINTENANCE PARTS B–62075E/04 A.1 MAINTENANCE PARTS FOR THE FANUC SERIES 15–B Maintenance parts Consumable maintenance parts are not repaired. In the event of their (consumables) being damaged, they are discarded and replaced. Name Ordering code Drawing number Remarks Fan motor For two–slot case
  • Page 349B–62075E/04 APPENDIX A. MAINTENANCE PARTS Maintenance parts D Maintenance parts Consumable maintenance parts are not repaired. In the event of their (consumables) being damaged, they are discarded and replaced. In the following table, keyboards, key sheets, and display devices are handled as consuma
  • Page 350A. MAINTENANCE PARTS B–62075E/04 Unit drawing Display Re- Name Key sheet Keyboard number device marks 9.5″ LCD/ Color, A02B–0162–C131 These units have a A86L–0001–0197#02A A61L–0001–0138 MDI unit vertical type membrane type membrane–type A02B–0163–C331 keyboard and use A86L–0001–0197#02AR no key k s
  • Page 351B–62075E/04 APPENDIX A. MAINTENANCE PARTS Maintenance parts D Maintenance parts Consumable maintenance parts are not repaired. In the event of their (consumables) being damaged, they are discarded and replaced. In the following table, keyboards, key sheets, and display devices are handled as consuma
  • Page 352A. MAINTENANCE PARTS B–62075E/04 Unit drawing Display Name Key sheet Keyboard Remarks number device Separate For CRT A02B–0162–C111 A02B–0162–K101 A86L–0001–0196/02 No display device Specify type y MDI mounted any of unit these parts A02B–0162–C112 when usingg A02B–0163–C312 A02B–0163–K101 the sepa-
  • Page 353B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM B BOOT SYSTEM B.1 OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 336 B.2 SCREEN CONFIGURATION AND OPERATING PROCEDURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 341 B.3 ERROR MESSAGES AND REQUIRED COUNTERMEASURES . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 354B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 B.1 The Series 15–B boot system is designed to load the CNC system software (from flash memory into DRAM) and to start the CNC software OVERVIEW in preparation for the execution of the CNC software. The boot system has the following functions related to the mainte
  • Page 355B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM (5) : ID of the flash ROM module mounted on the CNC module. If the ID cannot be recognized, the status is indicated by the LED (LED 02). (6) : ID of the flash ROM module mounted on the PMC module. If the ID cannot be recognized, PASS is displayed. The system assum
  • Page 356B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Setting the 9″ small MDI When the following display appears, select the MDI unit to be used. To unit use a lathe–system MDI unit, press the INPUT key. To use a machining– INSERT center MDI unit, press the CAN key. Once the MDI has been set, SYSTEM MONITOR is selec
  • Page 357B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM D Files that can be stored in flash memory Flash memory files File name Description CNC basic software NC BASIC system CNC basic software NC SUB CPU system CNC basic software (for system with sub–CPU) AXIS CPU system CNC basic software (for multiaxis system) OPTIO
  • Page 358B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 B.1.4 The table below lists the functions and corresponding memory card types Memory Cards for Use that can be used. Cards must be of TYPE 1 or 2 as defined in the Personal Computer Memory Card International Association (PCMCIA) standard, with the Boot System vers
  • Page 359B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM B.2 When the boot system starts, the main menu appears first. The main menu is described below: SCREEN CONFIGURATION AND OPERATING PROCEDURE D Main menu (1) SYSTEM MONITOR (2) 1. SYSTEM DATA LOADING (3) 2. SYSTEM DATA CHECK (4) 3. SYSTEM DATA SAVE (5) 4. FILE DATA
  • Page 360B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 B.2.1 SYSTEM DATA LOADING Screen D Description A system file or user file is loaded into flash memory from a memory card. D Screen configuration (1) SYSTEM DATA LOADING (2) FILE DIRECTORY (3) 1. xxxx.yyy 2. aaaa.bbb 3. ccc.ddd 4. eeee.fff (4) END (5) *** MESSAGE *
  • Page 361B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM D Status display during While a file is being loaded, the following statuses are displayed: loading (1) LOADING FROM IC–CARD : Data is being loaded from a memory card. (2) TEST DEVICE : The flash ROM module is undergoing a device test. (3) PROGRAM AND VERIFY : Dat
  • Page 362B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 B.2.2 SYSTEM DATA CHECK Screen D Description The files in flash memory are listed. The list indicates the number of 128KB management units in each file and the series and edition of the software. A user file can be deleted from flash memory. D Screen configuration
  • Page 363B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM Displaying detailed information D Operating procedure 1 Select a file for which detailed information is required. For example, select 4 NC BASIC (8). 2 The management unit numbers of the selected file and the series and edition of each management unit are listed.
  • Page 364B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Deleting a user file from flash memory D Operating procedure 1 Select the SYSTEM DATA CHECK function of SYSTEM MONITOR. The files in flash memory are listed. 2 Position the cursor to the user file to be deleted. Then, press the DELETE key. When using the keyboard
  • Page 365B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM B.2.3 SYSTEM DATA SAVE Screen D Description A user file is written to a memory card from flash memory. A user file stored in flash memory can be saved to a memory card, but no system files can be saved. D Screen configuration (1) SYSTEM DATA SAVE (2) FILE DIRECTOR
  • Page 366B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 D Others 1 System files and user files on the SYSTEM DATA SAVE screen The SYSTEM DATA SAVE screen enables the saving of user files only. System files cannot be saved. 2 Name of saved file D A file name must be specified in line with MS–DOS conventions. (Up to eigh
  • Page 367B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM D Operating procedure To execute the batch saving of a backup data file (file SRAM), select (outline) STORE FILE. To execute batch restoration, select LOAD FILE. To terminate the processing, select END. To select the processing, press a INPUT cursor key ( ) to pos
  • Page 368B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 (4) The backup data can be saved using up to four memory cards by performing step (3) repeatedly. If four memory cards cannot hold all the data, the FILE DATA SIZE ERROR and HIT INPUT KEY INPUT messages appear in the message field. When the INSERT key is pressed,
  • Page 369B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM If all the required data cannot be restored from FILE1.BAK alone, the SET FILE2.BAK & HIT INPUT KEY message appears in the message field. Mount the second memory card containing INPUT FILE2.BAK without turning the power off, then press the INSERT key. To cancel th
  • Page 370B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 FILE SIZE : 512K BYTE Size of system battery backup file FILE1. BAK Nameoffile(onthememorycard)that has been saved or restored FILE2. BAK Name of file (on the memory card) which is being saved or restored 00058000 Amount of data that has been saved or restored (by
  • Page 371B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM B.2.5 MEMORY CARD FORMAT Function D Description A memory card can be formatted. Formatting is necessary to prepare a blank memory card or a memory card whose contents have been destroyed due to failure of the battery or some other reason. D Screen configuration (1
  • Page 372B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 B.2.6 LOAD BASIC SYSTEM D Description The boot system terminates and the CNC starts. D Operating procedure Select 6: END from the MAIN MENU screen. The boot system terminates and the CNC starts. If the CNC basic software is not correctly stored in flash memory, th
  • Page 373B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM B.3 The table below lists the error messages that may be output. ERROR MESSAGES Error message Description AND REQUIRED IC CARD NOT READY The IC memory card is not correctly mounted. COUNTERMEASURES BATTERY ALARM (IC CARD) A battery alarm occurred for the IC memory
  • Page 374B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 D SYSTEM ERROR screen (1) SYSTEM ERROR xxxx y (2) DRAM PARITY (3) XXXXXXXX (4) xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx y : (xxxx) Boot ROM
  • Page 375B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM B.4 SYSTEM ALARMS AND REQUIRED COUNTERMEASURES System alarm The first page of the system alarm screen is displayed as shown below. (RAM parity error) (1) indicates the CPU of the board on which the RAM parity error is detected. (2) indicates the module, or similar
  • Page 376B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 System alarm The first page of the system alarm screen is displayed as shown below. (DRAM SUM error) (1) indicates the CPU of the board on which the DRAM SUM error is detected. The DRAM module on the indicated board may be defective. Replace the DRAM module.
  • Page 377B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM System alarm The first page of the system alarm screen is displayed as shown below. (bus error) A defective board can be identified from the ERROR ADRS value. This identification is possible only when the displayed ERROR ADRS value begins with 4. F15M
  • Page 378B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 System alarm The first page of the system alarm screen is displayed as shown below. (line F emulator (1) indicates the CPU of the board on which a line F emulator exception exception) is detected. If the indicated board is CNC–MAIN or CNC–SUB, the software install
  • Page 379B–62075E/04 APPENDIX B. BOOT SYSTEM System alarm The first page of the system alarm screen is displayed as shown below. (servo alarm) The servo modules indicated as SERVO CPU #1/2/ /4/ may be defective. In the example shown below, an error has occurred in the first, second, and fourth servo modules.
  • Page 380B. BOOT SYSTEM APPENDIX B–62075E/04 System alarm The first page of the system alarm screen is displayed as shown below. (file SRAM backup The following example indicates that the file SRAM backup battery on voltage drop) the main board is weak. F15M14 A6D2A RAM PARITY ERROR (BATTERY LOW
  • Page 381B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE C ERROR CODE TABLE C.1 ALARM LIST (CNC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 364 C.2 ALARM LIST (PMC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 383 C.3 PMC ERRORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
  • Page 382C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 C.1 ALARM LIST (CNC) Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks PS 003 TOO MANY DIGITS Data entered with more digits than permitted. (See APPENDIX 2, “Table of Maximum Command Values.”) PS 006 ILLEGAL USE OF A minus sign (–) was specified at an address
  • Page 383B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks PS 060 SEQUENCE NUMBER NOT The specified sequence No. was not found during sequence num- FOUND ber search. The sequence No. specified as the jump destination in GOTOn or M99Pn was not found. PS 061 NO P, Q COMM
  • Page 384C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks PS 094 G CANNOT BE ARGUMENT Address G was used as the argument of a macro. PS 095 TOO MANY TYPE–2 More than 10 sets of type–II arguments were specified for custom ARGUMENTS macros. PS 100 CANCEL WITHOUT MODAL C
  • Page 385B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks PS 138 WHILE STATEMENT There is an error in the format used in a WHILE statement in a FORMAT ERROR custom macro. PS 139 SETVN STATEMENT There is an error in the format used in a SETVN statement in a FORMAT ERRO
  • Page 386C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks PS 197 OTHER AXIS ARE A command was issued for another axis at the same time a COMMANDED command was being issued for the index table axis. PS 198 ILLEGAL INDEX ANGLE A value other than an integer multiple of t
  • Page 387B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks PS 300 ILLEGAL ADDRESS An illegal address was specified while loading parameters or pitch error compensation data from a tape. PS 301 MISSING ADDRESS An address was found to be missing while loading parameters
  • Page 388C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks PS 429 MISSING VALUE AT CNR, The specified movement distance is less than the specified cor- CHF nering or chamfering amount in a block in which chamfering or cornering is specified. MISSING VALUE AT CNR, When
  • Page 389B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks PS 573 EGB PARAMETER EGB parameter setting error. SETTING ERROR (1) SYNAXS, bit 0 of parameter 1955, was erroneously set. (2) The rotation axis was not specified (bits 0 and 1 of parameter No. 1006). The synchr
  • Page 390C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks PS 587 ILL–COMMAND IN G81 One of the illegal commands shown below was specified during MODE G81 synchronization. (1) One of commands specified for the C–axis, such as G27, G28, G29, G30, and G53 (2) One of inch
  • Page 391B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks PS 901 G72.2 NESTING ERROR G72.2 was specified again during G72.2 parallel copying. PS 920 ILL–COMMAND IN G05.1 An invalid command was specified in G05.1 Q1 (look–ahead ac- Q1 celeration/deceleration before int
  • Page 392C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks SR 160 INTERNAL DATA OVER Coordinates specified in an absolute or machine coordinate sys- FLOW tem are out of range. In general, this alarm is generated when the rotational axis is ro- tated a number of times a
  • Page 393B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks SR 824 BUFFER OVERFLOW(1) The NC received more than ten characters of data from reader/ punch interface 1 even though the NC sent a stop code (DC3) during data reception. SR 830 DR OFF(2) The data set ready sig
  • Page 394C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks SB 010 GRAPHIC RAM PARITY A parity error occurred in the graphic ROM. SB 011 GRAPHIC RAM PARITY A parity error occurred in the graphic work RAM. (WORK) SB 011 GRAPHIC RAM PARITY A parity error occurred in the R
  • Page 395B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks OT 032 NEED ZRN (ABS PCDR) The counter value of the absolute pulse coder does not match the Axis type machine coordinates. OT 034 BATTERY ZERO The battery voltage of the absolute pulse coder is 0 V. Check Axis
  • Page 396C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks OT 124 OUTPUT REQUEST An output request was issued during external data output, or an ERROR output request was issued for an address that has no output data. OT 125 TOO LARGE NUMBER A number outside of the rang
  • Page 397B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks OT 302 EX DEVIATION SPEED Excessive deviation in speed OT 307 OVER SPEED Excessive speed OT 309 OVERHEAT MAIN CIRCUIT Excessive load on the main circuit OT 310 LOW VOLT INPUT POWER Low voltage in the input powe
  • Page 398C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks SV 000 TACHOGENERATER The tachogenerator is disconnected. Axis type DISCONNECT SV 001 EXCESS CURRENT IN The servo motor was overloaded. Axis type SERVO SV 002 BREAKER The breaker for the velocity control circui
  • Page 399B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks SV 026 ILLEGAL AXIS ARRANGE- Parameter No. 1023 for specifying the arrangement of servo axes MENT is set incorrectly. SV 027 ILL DGTL SERVO There is an illegal digital servo parameter. PARAMETER – A correct mot
  • Page 400C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Number Message displayed on CRT Contents Remarks SV 323 DISCONNECT ALARM BY Disconnection of the serial pulse coder was detected. SOFT (Software) SV 324 DISCONNECT ALARM BY Disconnection of the serial pulse coder was detected. HARD (Hardware) SV 325 PULSE COD
  • Page 401B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE C.2 (1) PMC–NA ALARM LIST (PMC) Message Alarm description THERE IS NO ALARM Normal condition. Machine usually operates under this condition. ER01 ROM CASSETE ROM PARITY ROM PARITY occurred in the FLASH ROM. (PMC–NA) Corrective action: Refer to the Chapter III
  • Page 402C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Message Alarm description ER27 I/O DEVICES ARE UNDEFINED The I/O allocation data is created for only up to the (x–1) group al- (AFTER xGROUP) though I/O devices are connected to the x and subsequent groups. Note) If the system is started with the ROM cassette
  • Page 403B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE Message Contents and solution ER18 PROGRAM DATA ERROR BY I/O Transferring the sequence program from offline programmer was inter- rupted by the power off etc. (solution) Please clear the sequence program and transfer the se- quence program again. ER19 LADDER
  • Page 404C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Message Contents and solution ER38 MAX SETTING OUTPUT DATA OVER The assignment data for a group exceeds 128 bytes. (xx) (The assignment data of output side of xx group or later become inef- fective.) (solution) Please reduce the assignment data to 128 bytes o
  • Page 405B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE Message Contents and solution WN24 TASK ENTRY ADDR ERROR The selector of the entry address to the user task is out of range. (solution) Please correct the table of GDT in build file to the value within 32(20H)–95(5FH). WN25 DATA SEG ENTRY ERROR The entry addr
  • Page 406C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 C.3 The following appears on the screen if an alarm condition (error) occurs: SYSTEM ALARM PMC ERRORS 08:511D:SERI:0005:0094H581 BUS ERROR FFEC8D (005DC6):PC040 08: : Slot number 511D : ID number of printed circuit board SERI : ROM series 0005 : ROM version 0
  • Page 407B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE (c) ILLEGAL INSTRUCTION (VECTOR: 10H) Tried to execute an illegal instruction : 24 characters ILG ERROR (yyyyyy):PC040 yyyyyy: Execution address (d) ZERO DIVIDE (VECTOR: 14H) Division by 0 was attempted. : 24 characters ZDV ERROR (yyyyyy):PC
  • Page 408C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 (i) LINE 1010 EMULATOR (VECTOR: 28H) Tried to execute an instruction whose operation code is Axxx. : 24 characters L10 ERROR (yyyyyy):PC040 yyyyyy: Execution address (j) LINE 1111 EMULATOR (VECTOR: 2CH) Tried to execute an instruction whose operation
  • Page 409B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE (o) CNC SYSTEM ERROR (VECTOR: B8H) CNC system error : None (p) TRAP15 (VECTOR: BCH) I/O error in battery powered RAM (printed circuit board BASE0 faulty) : 24 characters T15 ERROR (yyyyyy):PC040 yyyyyy: Execution address (q) RAM PARITY (VECT
  • Page 410C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 (r) SLC ERROR (VECTOR: 7CH) I/O communication error : 22 characters SLC ERROR xx (yy):PC050 xx : Detailed information on host SLC error bit 0 : CRC error or framing error (detection of an error such as a reversed bit) bit 1 : Error detected by the sl
  • Page 411B–62075E/04 APPENDIX C. ERROR CODE TABLE (3) PMC–NA Display error messages Error contents 1 ROM PARITY add bbb : PC010 PMC ROM parity error has occurred aaa,bbb: defecitive ROM number 2 RAM PARITY bb (yyyyyy) : PC020 PMC RAM parity error has occurred a. RAM: kind of RAM PARITY (B.RAM: BASIC
  • Page 412C. ERROR CODE TABLE APPENDIX B–62075E/04 (4) PMC–NB Message STATUS LED Contents and solution RAM ERROR bbcc xxxx: yyyyyyyy: PC010 The parity error occurs on the debugging RAM of PMC. a : RAM which generates RAM parity. B BASIC RAM O OPTION RAM S STATIC RAM bb, cc : RAM PARITY information. xxxx :
  • Page 413B–62075E/04 APPENDIX D. WARNING MESSAGE LIST D WARNING MESSAGE LIST Message Alarm description PARAMETER/SETTING DATA/MACRO Because MDI operation is being performed, neither parameters, set- VARIABLE CAN’T REWRITE ting data, nor macro variables can be rewritten. (MDI EXECUTING) PARAMETER/SETTING DATA
  • Page 414D. WARNING MESSAGE LIST APPENDIX B–62075E/04 Message Alarm description ORIGIN IMPOSSIBLE (IN RESET OR ORIGIN operation is disabled because the system is in the reset or FEED HOLD) feed hold state. EDIT REJECT (IN RESET OR FEEDHOLD) Editing is disabled because the system is in the reset or feed hold
  • Page 415B–62075E/04 APPENDIX D. WARNING MESSAGE LIST Message Alarm description –OVERTRAVEL(SOFT1) The tool has attempted to enter an area set as inhibited by stored stroke limit 1 during manual movement in the negative direction. Backing out the tool in the positive direction automatically clears this warni
  • Page 416B–62075E/04 Index ƠNumbersơ Configuration of the level up multiaxis main CPU board (MAX MAIN–C), 111 10″ LCD, 185, 187 Configuration of the main CPU board (MAIN–A), 100 10″ PDP, 186 Configuration of the multiaxis buffer board, 133 15–MFB data input/output, 222 Configuration of the option 1 board, 15
  • Page 417INDEX B–62075E/04 Erasing a displayed waveform, 34 LOAD BASIC SYSTEM, 354 Error code table, 363 Error messages and required countermeasures, 355 Execution period of PMC, 229 ƠM ơ External control unit (except I/O unit), 173 Maintenance of heat pipe type heat exchanger, 182 Maintenance parts, 329 Mai
  • Page 418B–62075E/04 INDEX Power cannot be turned on, 273 Software information, 9 Power capacity, 86 Specification, 226 Power supply unit, 164 Specification of PMC, 226 Power–up processing sequence display, 336 SR805 to SR874 (related to reader/punch interface), 298 PS200 (grid synchronous is failed), 311 SR
  • Page 419Revision Record FANUC Series 15/150–MODEL B MAINTENANCE MANUAL (B–62075E) 04 May, ’98 Total revision The following products are added S FANUC Series 150–TB 03 Feb.,’95 S FANUC Series 150–TTB S FANUC Series 150–MB The explanation of various printed circuit boards was added to 02 Aug.,’94 the paragrap
  • Page 420· No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form. · All specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.