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FANUC Series 30*-MODEL B FANUC Series 31*-MODEL B FANUC Series 32*-MODEL B

CONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE)

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? No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form. ? All specifications and designs are subject to change without notice. The products in this manual are controlled based on Japan’s “Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Law”. The export of Series 30i-B, Series 31i-B5 from Japan is subject to an export license by the government of Japan. Other models in this manual may also be subject to export controls. Further, re-export to another country may be subject to the license of the government of the country from where the product is re-exported. Furthermore, the product may also be controlled by re-export regulations of the United States government. Should you wish to export or re-export these products, please contact FANUC for advice. The products in this manual are manufactured under strict quality control. However, when using any of the products in a facility in which a serious accident or loss is predicted due to a failure of the product, install a safety device. In this manual we have tried as much as possible to describe all the various matters. However, we cannot describe all the matters which must not be done, or which cannot be done, because there are so many possibilities. Therefore, matters which are not especially described as possible in this manual should be regarded as ”impossible”. This manual contains the program names or device names of other companies, some of which are registered trademarks of respective owners. However, these names are not followed by ? or ? in the main body.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Described below are the safety precautions regarding the control units and those peripheral units explained herein. The safety precautions must be observed in order to use these units safely. Because exchanging, as well as performing daily maintenance operations on, the control units and those peripheral units explained herein may incur diverse dangers, you cannot be involved in such work unless you have been sufficiently trained for safety. Some safety precautions may not apply to your control units or peripheral units explained herein because the units have no corresponding function. If this is the case, skip reading those precautions. As for safety precautions regarding machine tools, refer to the respective machine manuals provided by the machine tool builders. Before starting to operate machines for check purposes, be sure to read the manuals provided by the machine tool builders and FANUC and sufficiently understand their descriptions. Contents DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTE.........................................................................s-1 WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS REGARDING MOUNTING, WIRING, AND EXCHANGING..........s-2 WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS REGARDING DESIGNING.................................................................s-4 WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, AND NOTES REGARDING DAILY MAINTENANCE............................s-5

DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTE
This manual includes safety precautions for protecting the user and preventing damage to the machine. Precautions are classified into Warning and Caution according to their bearing on safety. Also, supplementary information is described as a Note. Read the Warning, Caution, and Note thoroughly before attempting to use the machine.

WARNING Applied when there is a danger of the user being injured or when there is a danger of both the user being injured and the equipment being damaged if the approved procedure is not observed. CAUTION Applied when there is a danger of the equipment being damaged, if the approved procedure is not observed. NOTE The Note is used to indicate supplementary information other than Warning and Caution.
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WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS REGARDING MOUNTING, WIRING, AND EXCHANGING
WARNING 1 Before starting mounting, wiring, and exchanging, be sure to shut off externally supplied power. Otherwise, electrical shocks, breakdown, and blowout may occur. If a control unit is turned off but other units are not, it is likely that power may be supplied to servo units, resulting in the units being damaged and workers getting an electrical shock when the units are exchanged. 2 Voltage lingers in servo and spindle amplifiers for a while even after power has been turned off, resulting in workers possibly getting an electrical shock when the workers touch them. Before starting to exchange these amplifiers, wait for 20 minutes after power has been turned off. 3 Be sure to ground your control units and peripheral units in accordance with your national grounding standards (protective grounding class C or stricter). Otherwise, electrical shocks, breakdown, and blowout may occur. 4 In order to prevent damage that may be caused by static electricity, wear a grounding wrist strap or take a similar protective measure before starting to touch a printed-circuit board or unit or attach a cable. Static electricity from human bodies can damage electrical circuits. 5 In unit replacement, specify the same settings and parameters in the newly installed unit as those for the one removed. (For details, refer to the respective manuals for the units.) Operating the newly installed unit with incorrect settings or parameters will cause the machine to behave unexpectedly, possibly leading to a damaged workpiece or machine or injury. 6 If you notice an apparent hardware fault, such as abnormal noise, abnormal odor, smoke, ignition, or abnormal heat, in the hardware while power is being supplied to it, shut it off at once. These faults can cause fire, breakdown, blowout, and malfunction. 7 The radiating fins of control units, servo amplifiers, spindle amplifiers, and other devices can remain very hot for a while after power has been turned off, making you get burned if you touch them. Before starting to work on them, wait and make sure they are cool. 8 When exchanging heavy stuff, you should do so together with two or more people. If you try to exchange heavy stuff all by yourself, you may drop it and get hurt. 9 Wiring work in the control units and peripheral units must be done only after they have been installed. Otherwise, electrical shocks can occur. 10 Be careful not to damage cables. Otherwise, electrical shocks can occur. 11 When working, wear suitable clothes with safety taken into account. Otherwise, injury and electrical shocks can occur. 12 Do not work with your hands wet. Otherwise, electrical shocks and damage to electrical circuits can occur.

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CAUTION Failing to observe any caution stated below can lead to fire, breakdown, blowout, and malfunction. Do not attach the units directly to any flammable object or install the units near any flammable object. Do not allow any foreign matter (such as a screw, metal chip, or coolant) to get in the units. Handle the units and printed-circuit boards gently because they are precision devices. Be careful not to drop them or give a high impact to them. Lay signal wires away from power wires as stated in this manual. When fastening each unit or wire, be sure to observe the screw tightening torque specified for them. If screws are tightened too weakly or too strongly, it is likely that the unit may drop, break, or malfunction, or the wire may be short-circuited. Do not forget to tighten all necessary screw. Do not block any cooling fan air inlet or outlet. For units having no cooling fan, allow space for natural convection cooling above and below them. Be careful not to make an incorrect wiring or connection. Be sure to attach wires and cables to their respective corresponding terminals and connectors. Confirm equipment’s electrical rating stated herein. Do not apply any unspecified voltage to the equipment. Do not confuse voltage polarity. Carefully confirm the arrangement of connector pins. When making a cable assembly, press-mount, crimp, or solder the wires, using the tool specified by the cable manufacturer. Use printed-circuit boards and peripheral units that match your control unit. When mounting the units, pay attention to their mass. When detaching a cable from a unit, hold the connector rather than the cable. When attaching a cable, be sure to fit its connector to the connector pins securely. For connectors having a lock mechanism, be sure to lock them securely. As for the shielding wires of the cables specified herein, securely ground them, using, for example, cable clamps. Always use wires whose length, diameter, heat resistance, and flex resistance match their use.

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WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS REGARDING DESIGNING
WARNING 1 When designing, be sure to observe all rules stated in this document and any related manuals. Otherwise, it is likely that failure and malfunction may occur. 2 Failures in the control units and I/O units as well as input power abnormality and communication failures can hamper the normal operation of these I/O units. Design each I/O unit in such a way that the machine can operate safely, for example, by providing an external safety circuit to the I/O unit so that no accident will occur even if the I/O unit fails to operate normally. The DO function of each I/O unit has been designed in such a way that, if a system alarm is issued in the control unit that controls the I/O unit or the power of the control unit or the I/O unit is turned off, the DO function of all the I/O units is turned off. However, it is not guaranteed that the DO function is surely turned off. So, it is requested that, if a signal regarding safety is involved, a safety circuit external to each I/O unit must be configured. Using the dual check safety function makes it possible to detect a single fault in a portion related to safety. For details of the dual check safety function, refer to the FANUC Series 30i/31i/32i-MODEL B Dual Check Safety Connection Manual (B-64483EN-2). 3 Coolants containing sulfur or chlorine at a high activation level, oil-free coolants called synthetic, and water-soluble coolants at a high alkali level, in particular, can largely affect the CNC and peripheral units. Please note that, even if consideration is taken to protect them from direct exposure to these coolants, the following trouble is likely to occur. ? Coolants containing sulfur or chlorine at a high activation level Some coolants containing sulfur or chlorine are at an extremely high activity level. If such a coolant adheres to the CNC or peripheral units, it reacts chemically with a material, such as resin, of equipment, possibly leading to corrosion or deterioration. If it gets in the CNC or peripheral units, it corrodes metals, such as copper and silver, used as component materials, possibly leading to a defective component. ? Synthetic-type coolants having a high permeability Some synthetic-type coolants whose lubricating component is, for example, PAG (polyalkylene glycol) have an extremely high permeability. If such a coolant is used even in equipment having a high closeness, it can readily flow into the CNC or peripheral units through, for example, gaskets. It is likely that, if the coolant gets in the CNC or a peripheral unit, it may deteriorate the insulation and damage the components. ? Water-soluble coolants at a high alkali level Some coolants whose pH is increased using alkanolamine are so strong alkali that its standard dilution will lead to pH10 or higher. If such a coolant spatters over the surface of the CNC or peripheral unit, it reacts chemically with a material, such as resin, possibly leading to corrosion or deterioration. CAUTION Install each control unit, display unit, MDI unit, and machine operator panel in such a place that neither cutting chip nor coolant will spatter to them. Otherwise, damage or malfunction may occur.

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WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, AND NOTES REGARDING DAILY MAINTENANCE
WARNING Battery replacement Do not replace batteries unless you have been well informed of maintenance work and safety. When opening the cabinet and replacing batteries, be careful not to touch any high-voltage circuit (marked with and covered with an electric shock prevention cover). When the electric shock prevention cover has been removed, you will get an electric shock if you touch any high-voltage circuit. WARNING Fuse replacement Before replacing a blown fuse, it is necessary to remove the cause of the blown fuse. So, do not replace fuses unless you have been well informed of maintenance work and safety. When opening the cabinet and replacing fuses, be careful not to touch any high-voltage circuit (marked with and covered with an electric shock prevention cover). When the electric shock prevention cover has been removed, you will get an electric shock if you touch any high-voltage circuit. CAUTION Handle the batteries gently. Do not drop them or give a strong impact to them. NOTE Each control unit uses batteries, because it must hold data, such as programs, offset values, and parameters even when AC power for it is off. Back up the data (programs, offset values, and parameters) regularly. If the battery voltage becomes low, a low battery voltage alarm is displayed on the machine operator’s panel or screen. Once the battery voltage alarm has been displayed, replace the batteries within one week. Otherwise, the memory contents may be lost. For the battery replacement procedure, see Section 4.4, “Batteries”. Recollect or discard old batteries in the way your local autonomous community specifies.

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PREFACE

PREFACE
This manual describes the information, that is, electrical and structural specifications, needed in connecting machine tools to the control and peripheral units stated below. The manual covers the range shown on the total connection diagrams mentioned in Chapter 2. The manual briefly describes the units that are used in common with the FANUC control units, such as FANUC I/O units, FANUC PANEL i, and servo motors. It also gives supplementary information for use of these units with the control units. For detailed specifications, refer to the manuals of these components. For options not covered in this manual, also refer to the manuals of these components.

Applicable models
The models covered by this manual, and their abbreviations are :
Model name FANUC Series 30i–B FANUC Series 31i–B5 FANUC Series 31i–B FANUC Series 32i–B 30i–B 31i–B5 31i–B 32i–B Abbreviation Series 30i Series 31i Series 32i

Organization of this manuals
This manual consists of chapters 1 to 13 and appendixes at the end of the book.
Chapter and title Chapter 1 CONFIGURATION Chapter 2 TOTAL CONNECTION DAIGRAMS Chapter 3 INSTALLATION Chapter 4 POWER SUPPLAY CONNECTION Chapter 5 CONNECTION TO CNC PERIOHERALS Chapter 6 SERVO AND SPINDLE INTERFACES Chapter 7 CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link i AND FANUC I/O Link Chapter 8 UNITS CONNECTED TO FANUC I/O Link i AND FANUC I/O Link Chapter 9 STOP AND EMERGENCY STOP Chapter 10 CONNECTION TO OTHER NETWORKS Chapter 11 CONNECTION FOR PERSONAL COMPUTER FUNCTION WITH Windows? CE Contents Provides general information related to the connection of the 30i–B series, as well as an introduction to detailed information. Describes how to connect peripheral units to the 30i–B series.

Describes the installation requirements for using the 30i–B series. Describes how to make connections related to the power supply of the 30i–B series. Describes how to connect the peripheral devices to the 30i–B series.

Describes how to connect the 30i–B series to servo or spindle amplifiers. Also explains how to connect separate detector interface units. Describes how to connect machine interface I/O units using the FANUC I/O Link i and FANUC I/O Link. Describes major units that correspond to the FANUC I/O Link i and FANUC I/O Link. Describes how to handle the emergency stop signal. A lot of important information regarding safety is included. Be sure to read It. Describes how to connect the 30i–B series to networks.

Describes connection for the personal computer function with Windows? CE.

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Chapter and title Chapter 12 CONNECTION WITH THE FANUC PANEL i AND COMMERCIAL PERSONAL COMPUTERS Chapter 13 PANEL i APPENDIX

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Contents Describes how to connect the 30i series to the FANUC PANEL i or a commercial personal computer, using the high-speed serial bus (HSSB) or Ethernet.

Describes how to connect a PANEL i to the 30i series. A) B) C) D) E) OUTLINE DRAWINGS OF UNITS AND CONNECTORS 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES CONNECTION CABLE (SUPPLIED FROM US) OPTICAL FIBER CABLE MEMORY CARD INTERFACE

Some 30i–B series models have additional personal computer function with Windows? CE. Items specific to these models are explained in Chapter 11. Please check them before common items.

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PREFACE

Related manuals of Series 30i/31i/32i-MODEL B
The following table lists the manuals related to Series 30i-B, Series 31i-B, Series 32i-B. This manual is indicated by an asterisk(*).
Table 1 Related manuals Manual name DESCRIPTIONS CONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE) CONNECTION MANUAL (FUNCTION) OPERATOR’S MANUAL (Common to Lathe System/Machining Center System) OPERATOR’S MANUAL (For Lathe System) OPERATOR’S MANUAL (For Machining Center System) MAINTENANCE MANUAL PARAMETER MANUAL Programming Macro Executor PROGRAMMING MANUAL Macro Compiler PROGRAMMING MANUAL C Language Executor PROGRAMMING MANUAL PMC PMC PROGRAMMING MANUAL Network PROFIBUS-DP Board CONNECTION MANUAL Fast Ethernet / Fast Data Server OPERATOR’S MANUAL DeviceNet Board CONNECTION MANUAL FL-net Board CONNECTION MANUAL CC-Link Board CONNECTION MANUAL Operation guidance function MANUAL GUIDE i (Common to Lathe System/Machining Center System) OPERATOR’S MANUAL MANUAL GUIDE i (For Machining Center System) OPERATOR’S MANUAL MANUAL GUIDE i (Set-up Guidance Functions) OPERATOR’S MANUAL Dual Check Safety Dual Check Safety CONNECTION MANUAL Specification number B-64482EN B-64483EN B-64483EN-1 B-64484EN B-64484EN-1 B-64484EN-2 B-64485EN B-64490EN B-63943EN-2 B-66263EN B-63943EN-3 B-64513EN B-63993EN B-64014EN B-64043EN B-64163EN B-64463EN B-63874EN B-63874EN-2 B-63874EN-1 B-64483EN-2 *

Related manuals of SERVO MOTOR αis/αi/βis/βi series
The following table lists the manuals related to SERVO MOTOR αis/αi/βis/βi series
Manual name FANUC AC SERVO MOTOR αi series DESCRIPTIONS FANUC AC SPINDLE MOTOR αi series DESCRIPTIONS FANUC AC SERVO MOTOR βi series DESCRIPTIONS FANUC AC SPINDLE MOTOR βi series DESCRIPTIONS FANUC SERVO AMPLIFIER αi series DESCRIPTIONS FANUC SERVO AMPLIFIER βi series DESCRIPTIONS FANUC SERVO MOTOR αis series FANUC SERVO MOTOR αi series FANUC AC SPINDLE MOTOR αi series FANUC SERVO AMPLIFIER αi series MAINTENANCE MANUAL FANUC SERVO MOTOR βis series FANUC AC SPINDLE MOTOR βi series FANUC SERVO AMPLIFIER βi series MAINTENANCE MANUAL Specification number B-65262EN B-65272EN B-65302EN B-65312EN B-65282EN B-65322EN

B-65285EN

B-65325EN

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Manual name FANUC AC SERVO MOTOR αi series FANUC AC SERVO MOTOR βi series FANUC LINEAR MOTOR LiS series FANUC SYNCHRONOUS BUILT-IN SERVO MOTOR DiS series PARAMETER MANUAL FANUC AC SPINDLE MOTOR αi series FANUC AC SPINDLE MOTOR βi series BUILT-IN SPINDLE MOTOR Bi series PARAMETER MANUAL

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Specification number

B-65270EN

B-65280EN

Related manuals of FANUC PANEL i
The following table lists the manuals related to FANUC PANEL i.
Manual name FANUC PANEL i CONNECTION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL Specification number B-64223EN

Related manuals of FANUC I/O Unit
The following table lists the manuals related to FANUC I/O Unit.
Manual name FANUC I/O Unit-MODEL A CONNECTION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL FANUC I/O Unit-MODEL B CONNECTION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL Handy Machine Operator’s Panel CONNECTION MANUAL Specification number B-61813E B-62163E B-63753EN

Training
? FANUC runs FANUC Training Center to train those who will be involved in the connection, maintenance, and operation of FANUC products. It is recommended to attend the class so you will be able to use the products effectively. Visit the following web site for detailed descriptions of its curriculum. http://www.fanuc.co.jp/

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS............................................................................s-1
DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTE ............................................. s-1 WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS REGARDING MOUNTING, WIRING, AND EXCHANGING............................................................................................ s-2 WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS REGARDING DESIGNING ..................................... s-4 WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, AND NOTES REGARDING DAILY MAINTENANCE .... s-5

PREFACE ....................................................................................................p-1 1 CONFIGURATION .................................................................................. 1
1.1 CONTROL UNIT CONFIGURATION AND COMPONENT NAMES .............. 1
1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 Configurations of LCD-mounted Type Control Units .............................................1 Configurations of Stand-alone Type Control Units..................................................5 Configurations of Optional Boards ........................................................................10 LCD-mounted Type Control Unit Overview .........................................................11 Stand-alone Type Control Unit Overview..............................................................12

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HARDWARE OVERVIEW............................................................................ 11
1.2.1 1.2.2

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TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMS ..................................................... 13 INSTALLATION .................................................................................... 17
3.1 3.2 3.3 ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS OUTSIDE THE CABINET............... 17
3.1.1 3.1.2 Environmental Conditions outside the Cabinet......................................................17 Installation Conditions of the Control Unit ............................................................17

CAUTIONS REGARDING THE INSTALLATION DESIGN OF MACHINE TOOL POWER MAGNETICS CABINETS ................................................... 18 THERMAL DESIGN OF THE MACHINE TOOL MAGNETIC CABINET ...... 20
3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3 Temperature Rise within the Machine Tool Magnetic Cabinet..............................20 Heat Output of Each Unit .......................................................................................20 Thermal Design of Operator's Panel.......................................................................21 Grounding as Noise Suppression Measures ...........................................................24
3.4.1.1 3.4.1.2 Grounding methods ........................................................................................... 24 Cabinet............................................................................................................... 25

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COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST NOISE AND GROUNDING .................. 23
3.4.1 3.4.2 3.4.3 3.4.4 3.4.5 3.4.6 3.4.7

Protective Ground (Grounding for Protection against Indirect Contact) ...............28 Connecting the Ground Terminal of the Control Unit ...........................................29 Separating Signal Lines..........................................................................................32 Noise Suppressor....................................................................................................33 Cable Clamp and Shield Processing.......................................................................34 Lightning Surge Absorber Installation ...................................................................37 Installing the LCD-mounted Type Control Unit ....................................................38 Installing the Stand-alone Type Control Unit ........................................................39

3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9

INSTALLING THE CONTROL UNIT............................................................ 38
3.5.1 3.5.2

TIGHTENING TORQUE FOR FASTENING UNITS AND GROUND TERMINALS ................................................................................................ 40 DUSTPROOF MEASURES FOR CABINETS AND PENDANT BOXES ...... 40 LCD PROTECTION COVER ....................................................................... 43 ATTACHING SCREW CAPS ....................................................................... 43
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POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION......................................................... 44
4.1 24 VDC POWER (INSULATION AC/DC CONVERTOR) ............................. 44
4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 Connecting 24 VDC Power ....................................................................................44 24 VDC Power Supply Specification .....................................................................46 Power Capacity of 24 VDC Power Supplies..........................................................48 Power-on Sequence ................................................................................................50 Power-off Sequence ...............................................................................................51

4.2 4.3 4.4

TURNING ON AND OFF THE POWER TO THE CONTROL UNIT............. 50
4.2.1 4.2.2

CABLE FOR POWER SUPPLY TO CONTROL UNIT ................................. 53 BATTERIES................................................................................................. 53
4.4.1 4.4.2 4.4.3 Battery for Memory Backup in the Control Unit (3 VDC) ....................................54
4.4.1.1 4.4.1.2 Replacing the lithium battery............................................................................. 54 Replacing commercially available alkaline dry cells (size D) ........................... 56

Battery for Separate Absolute Pulsecoders (6VDC) ..............................................58 Battery for Absolute Pulse Coder Built into the Motor (6VDC)............................59

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CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS ............................................. 60
5.1 CONNECTION BETWEEN THE LCD-MOUNTED TYPE CONTROL UNIT AND MDI UNIT ............................................................................................ 60
5.1.1 5.1.2 5.1.3 Connection Diagram...............................................................................................60 Connection with the MDI Unit...............................................................................61 Key Layout of MDI Unit........................................................................................62

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CONNECTION BETWEEN THE STAND-ALONE TYPE CONTROL UNIT AND DISPLAY UNIT AND BETWEEN THE DISPLAY UNIT AND MDI UNIT ............................................................................................................ 65
5.2.1 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4 5.2.5 Overview ................................................................................................................65 With the 10.4” Display Unit...................................................................................65 With Two Display Units.........................................................................................67
5.2.3.1 5.2.3.2 Each connection................................................................................................. 67 Installing the display unit................................................................................... 71

With the 15” Display Unit......................................................................................72 With the Display Unit for Automotive...................................................................73
5.2.5.1 5.2.5.2 Each connection................................................................................................. 73 Installing the display unit................................................................................... 75

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CONNECTION WITH INPUT/OUTPUT DEVICES ...................................... 76
5.3.1 5.3.2 5.3.3 5.3.4 Overview ................................................................................................................76 Connecting I/O Devices .........................................................................................76 RS232-C Serial Port ...............................................................................................77 RS232-C Interface Specification............................................................................79 Connecting the High-speed Skip (HDI) .................................................................86 Input Signal Rules for the High-speed Skip (HDI) ................................................88 Connection to the Ethernet Interface......................................................................89 Specification of Twisted-Pair Cable.......................................................................91 Network Installation ...............................................................................................93

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CONNECTING THE HIGH-SPEED SKIP (HDI)........................................... 86
5.4.1 5.4.2 5.5.1 5.5.2 5.5.3

LINKING THE ETHERNET INTERFACE..................................................... 89

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USB PORT .................................................................................................. 94 OVERVIEW ................................................................................................. 95 Interface to the Amplifiers ............................................................................ 96
6.2.1 Number of Units That Can Be Connected..............................................................97
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SERVO AND SPINDLE INTERFACES ................................................. 95
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6.3.1 6.3.2 6.3.3 6.3.4 6.3.5 Overview ................................................................................................................98 Connection Diagram.............................................................................................100 Separate Detector Interface Unit Specification ....................................................101 Connection of Power Supply................................................................................101 Separate Detector Interface (Digital Input) ..........................................................103
6.3.5.1 6.3.5.2 6.3.5.3 FANUC serial interface ................................................................................... 103 Parallel interface .............................................................................................. 104 Input Signal Requirements (Parallel interface)................................................ 105

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6.3.6 6.3.7 6.3.8

Overview of the Analog Basic Unit .....................................................................106 Connection Diagrams of an Analog Basic Unit ...................................................107 Separate Detector Interface (Analog Input)..........................................................110
6.3.8.1 6.3.8.2 6.3.8.3 Analog 1Vp-p Interface ................................................................................... 110 Input signal requirements (analog 1Vp-p interface) ........................................ 111 Method for checking the encoder signals ........................................................ 112

6.3.9 6.3.10 6.3.11 6.3.12 6.3.13

Connection of Battery for Absolute Position Detector.........................................113 Connection Between the Basic Unit and Additional Unit....................................115 Connector Locations.............................................................................................115 Installation ............................................................................................................117 Notes on Installing a Separate Detector Interface Unit ........................................118

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CONNECTION TO FANUC I/O Link i AND FANUC I/O Link ............ 120
7.1 7.2 OVERVIEW ............................................................................................... 120 CONNECTION........................................................................................... 121
7.2.1 7.2.2 7.2.3 Connection of I/O Link i or I/O Link by Electric Cable ......................................123 Connection of FANUC I/O Link i or I/O Link by Optical Fiber Cable ...............124 Connection When Multiple Channels of the I/O Link i and I/O Link Are Used..126 Assignment of Signals..........................................................................................136 Fixed Signals ........................................................................................................136 Status Alarm .........................................................................................................138 Manual Pulse Generator Connection....................................................................139 Cable Length for Manual Pulse Generator ...........................................................140 Manual Pulse Generator Signal Specifications ....................................................140

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ASSIGNMENT FOR I/O UNITS ................................................................. 136
7.3.1 7.3.2 7.3.3

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MANUAL PULSE GENERATOR ............................................................... 139
7.4.1 7.4.2 7.4.3

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POWER SUPPLY ...................................................................................... 141 GENERAL UNITS...................................................................................... 142 CONNECTION OF I/O MODULE FOR CONNECTOR PANEL ................. 144
8.2.1 8.2.2 8.2.3 8.2.4 Configuration .......................................................................................................144 Connection Diagram.............................................................................................145 Module Specifications..........................................................................................146 Connection of the Basic Module, and Extension Modules A and B ....................147
8.2.4.1 8.2.4.2 8.2.4.3 8.2.4.4 Connector pin arrangement.............................................................................. 147 DI (Input Signal) Connection .......................................................................... 148 DO (Output Signal) Connection ...................................................................... 150 DI/DO Signal Specifications ........................................................................... 151 Connector pin arrangement.............................................................................. 152 2A Output Signal Connection.......................................................................... 153 2A output signal specifications........................................................................ 154 Analog Input Connector Pin Allocation .......................................................... 154 c-3

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UNITS CONNECTED TO FANUC I/O Link i AND FANUC I/O Link .. 142
8.1 8.2

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Connection of Extension Module C (2A Output Module) ...................................152
8.2.5.1 8.2.5.2 8.2.5.3

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Connection of Extension Module D (Analog Input Module)...............................154
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Analog Input Signal Connections.................................................................... 155 Analog Input Signal Specifications ................................................................. 156 Channel selection and A/D conversion data .................................................... 156

8.2.7 8.2.8 8.2.9 8.2.10 8.2.11

Manual Pulse Generator Connection....................................................................158 Connection of Basic and Extension Modules.......................................................159 Module Installation...............................................................................................160 Other Notes...........................................................................................................165 Rotary Switch Setting...........................................................................................168

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CONNECTION OF I/O MODULE FOR OPERATOR'S PANEL (FOR MATRIX INPUT) ........................................................................................ 170
8.3.1 8.3.2 8.3.3 8.3.4 8.3.5 8.3.6 8.3.7 8.3.8 8.3.9 8.3.10 Overall Connection Diagram................................................................................170 Power Connection ................................................................................................171 DI/DO Connector Pin Arrangement .....................................................................172 DI (General-purpose Input Signal) Connection ...................................................173 DI (Matrix Input Signal) Connection ...................................................................175 DO (Output Signal) Connection...........................................................................176 Manual Pulse Generator Connection....................................................................179 External View.......................................................................................................180 Specifications .......................................................................................................181 Other Notes...........................................................................................................182

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CONNECTION OF I/O MODULE FOR OPERATOR'S PANEL AND I/O MODULE FOR POWER MAGNETICS CABINET...................................... 185
8.4.1 8.4.2 8.4.3 8.4.4 8.4.5 8.4.6 8.4.7 8.4.8 8.4.9 Overall Connection Diagram................................................................................185 Power Connection ................................................................................................186 DI/DO Connector Pin Arrangement .....................................................................187 DI (General-purpose Input Signal) Connection ...................................................188 DO (Output Signal) Connection...........................................................................192 Manual Pulse Generator Connection....................................................................193 External View.......................................................................................................194 Specifications .......................................................................................................195 Other Notes...........................................................................................................196 Configuration .......................................................................................................198 Connector Layout Diagram ..................................................................................199 Connection Diagram.............................................................................................200 Module Specifications..........................................................................................201 DI/DO Connector Pin Assignment.......................................................................202 DI (Input Signal) Connection ...............................................................................203 DO (Output Signal) Connection...........................................................................210 DI/DO Signal Specifications ................................................................................214 Power Supply Connection ....................................................................................214 Manual Pulse Generator Connection....................................................................215 Connection between Modules ..............................................................................215 Unit Dimensions...................................................................................................216 Mounting the Module...........................................................................................217 Connector Panel Printed Circuit Board ................................................................218 Other Notes...........................................................................................................221 Overview ..............................................................................................................223 Module Specifications..........................................................................................224
8.6.2.1 8.6.2.2 8.6.2.3 8.6.2.4 Types of modules............................................................................................. 224 Installation conditions...................................................................................... 225 I/O signal specifications .................................................................................. 225 Power supply rating ......................................................................................... 227 c-4

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CONNECTION OF I/O MODULE TYPE-2 FOR CONNECTOR PANEL.... 198
8.5.1 8.5.2 8.5.3 8.5.4 8.5.5 8.5.6 8.5.7 8.5.8 8.5.9 8.5.10 8.5.11 8.5.12 8.5.13 8.5.14 8.5.15

8.6

CONNECTION OF TERMINAL TYPE I/O MODULE ................................. 223
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8.6.3

External View and Dimensions ............................................................................229
8.6.3.1 8.6.3.2 8.6.3.3

8.6.4 8.6.5

Installation ............................................................................................................233 Connection ...........................................................................................................235
8.6.5.1 8.6.5.2 8.6.5.3 8.6.5.4 8.6.5.5 8.6.5.6 8.6.5.7 8.6.5.8 Overall connection diagram............................................................................. 235 Power connection ............................................................................................ 236 Signal assignment on terminal blocks.............................................................. 237 DI/DO connection............................................................................................ 240 Manual pulse generator connection ................................................................. 247 Inter-module connection.................................................................................. 247 Cable connection to a terminal block .............................................................. 248 Detaching a terminal block .............................................................................. 249 Address map .................................................................................................... 250 DO alarm detection.......................................................................................... 254 Setting the rotary switch .................................................................................. 256 Method of common pin expansion .................................................................. 257 Parallel DO (output signal) connection ........................................................... 258

8.6.6

Settings .................................................................................................................250
8.6.6.1 8.6.6.2 8.6.6.3

8.6.7

Others ...................................................................................................................257
8.6.7.1 8.6.7.2

8.7

FANUC I/O Link CONNECTION UNIT....................................................... 260
8.7.1 8.7.2 8.7.3 Overview ..............................................................................................................260 Specification.........................................................................................................261 Connection ...........................................................................................................264
8.7.3.1 I/O Link interface ............................................................................................ 264

8.8

CONNECTION TO STANDARD MACHINE OPERATOR'S PANEL.......... 266
8.8.1 8.8.2 8.8.3 8.8.4 Overview ..............................................................................................................266 Total Connection Diagram ...................................................................................268 DI/DO Address Map ............................................................................................269
8.8.3.1 8.8.3.2 8.8.4.1 8.8.4.2 8.8.4.3 8.8.4.4 8.8.4.5 8.8.4.6 8.8.4.7 For connection to the I/O Link i ...................................................................... 269 For connection to the I/O Link ........................................................................ 269 Pin assignment ................................................................................................. 270 Power supply connection................................................................................. 271 I/O Link connection......................................................................................... 272 Emergency stop signal connection .................................................................. 272 Power ON/OFF control signal connection....................................................... 272 General-purpose DI signal connection ............................................................ 273 General-purpose DO signal connection........................................................... 275 When only the manual pulse generator............................................................ 276 When a pendant type manual pulse generator ................................................. 276

Each Connections .................................................................................................270

8.8.5 8.8.6 8.8.7 8.8.8 8.8.9

Manual pulse generator connection......................................................................276
8.8.5.1 8.8.5.2

Connector (on the Cable Side) Specifications......................................................276 DI/DO Addresses for the Keyboard .....................................................................277 Code Output for the Rotary Switch ......................................................................278 Outline ..................................................................................................................279
8.8.9.1 8.8.9.2 8.8.9.3 8.8.9.4 Outline of main panel ...................................................................................... 279 Outline of sub panel A..................................................................................... 280 Outline of sub panel D..................................................................................... 281 Connector locations of main panel .................................................................. 282

8.8.10

Specifications of the Standard Machine Operator’s Panel ...................................283
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Installation conditions...................................................................................... 283 Order specification........................................................................................... 283 Main panel specification.................................................................................. 283 Sub panel A, D specification ........................................................................... 283 Power supply specification .............................................................................. 283 Heat output ...................................................................................................... 284 General-purpose DI signal definition .............................................................. 284 General-purpose DO signal definition............................................................. 284

8.8.11 8.8.12

Key Tops on the Main Panel ................................................................................284
8.8.11.1 Meaning of key symbols.................................................................................. 284 8.8.11.2 Detachable key top on the main panel ............................................................. 286

DO (Output Signal) Error Detection ....................................................................286 Overview ..............................................................................................................287
8.9.1.1 8.9.1.2 8.9.1.3 8.9.1.4 Features............................................................................................................ 287 AS-i versions and ordering information .......................................................... 287 Specification of the I/O Link side.................................................................... 288 Support for AS-i profiles ................................................................................. 288 Specifications of the AS-i converter................................................................ 288 Installation conditions...................................................................................... 288 Dimensions and connector layout.................................................................... 289 Installation ....................................................................................................... 289 Overall connection diagram............................................................................. 292 Power connection ............................................................................................ 292 AS-i connection ............................................................................................... 293 For AS-i Ver. 2.0 (A03B-0817-C001)............................................................. 295 For AS-i Ver. 2.1 (A03B-0817-C002)............................................................. 296 Input/output data area ...................................................................................... 298 AS-i master status indication ........................................................................... 299 Board status ..................................................................................................... 300 Slave list .......................................................................................................... 300 Types of commands executable by a ladder program...................................... 302 Command interface with a ladder program ..................................................... 302 Details of command flags and status ............................................................... 303 Error codes....................................................................................................... 303 Command handshake sequence ....................................................................... 304 Details of commands ....................................................................................... 304 LED indication ................................................................................................ 307 7-segment LED indication ............................................................................... 307 Setting/display switch ...................................................................................... 309 Error processing............................................................................................... 310 Installation ....................................................................................................... 312 Normal operation ............................................................................................. 313 CE marking...................................................................................................... 314 Fuse.................................................................................................................. 314

8.9

CONNECTION OF THE I/O Link-AS-i CONVERTER................................ 287
8.9.1

8.9.2

Specifications .......................................................................................................288
8.9.2.1 8.9.2.2 8.9.2.3 8.9.2.4

8.9.3

Connection ...........................................................................................................292
8.9.3.1 8.9.3.2 8.9.3.3

8.9.4 8.9.5

DI/DO Mapping on the I/O Link..........................................................................295
8.9.4.1 8.9.4.2 8.9.5.1 8.9.5.2 8.9.5.3 8.9.5.4

Details of I/O Link DI/DO ...................................................................................298

8.9.6

Command Execution by a Ladder Program .........................................................302
8.9.6.1 8.9.6.2 8.9.6.3 8.9.6.4 8.9.6.5 8.9.6.6

8.9.7

LED Status Indication and Setting Switch Operation ..........................................307
8.9.7.1 8.9.7.2 8.9.7.3 8.9.7.4

8.9.8 8.9.9

How to Use the I/O Link-AS-i Converter ............................................................312
8.9.8.1 8.9.8.2 8.9.9.1 8.9.9.2

Others ...................................................................................................................314

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STOP AND EMERGENCY STOP ....................................................... 315
9.1 9.2 STOP MODES........................................................................................... 315 SHUTTING OFF THE MOTOR POWER ................................................... 315
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TABLE OF CONTENTS STOPPING THE SPINDLE MOTOR ......................................................... 316 STOPPING THE SERVO MOTOR ............................................................ 316 EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL................................................................... 317 CAUTIONS ABOUT MULTI-PATH CONTROL .......................................... 320

9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6

10 CONNECTION TO OTHER NETWORKS ........................................... 321 11 CONNECTION FOR PERSONAL COMPUTER FUNCTION WITH Windows? CE .................................................................................... 322
11.1 11.2 TOTAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMS .......................................................... 322
11.1.1 11.1.2 11.2.1 11.2.2 11.2.3 11.2.4 LCD-mounted Type Control Unit ........................................................................322 Display Unit (Stand-alone Type) .........................................................................323 Connector Names and Connector Layout.............................................................324
11.2.1.1 LCD-mounted type control unit....................................................................... 324 11.2.1.2 Display Unit..................................................................................................... 325

INSTALLATION ......................................................................................... 324

Heat Output of Each Unit .....................................................................................325 Power Supply Capacity of a 24 VDC Power Supply ...........................................326 CONNECTION TO CONTROL UNIT ...............................................................327 Main Power Input.................................................................................................327 Ethernet (10BASE-T/ 100BASE-TX)..................................................................328 Serial Port and USB Port......................................................................................328
11.3.3.1 11.3.3.2 11.3.3.3 11.3.3.4 Serial port 1 ..................................................................................................... 328 Serial Port 2 ..................................................................................................... 330 USB port (rear side)......................................................................................... 332 USB port (front side) ....................................................................................... 334

11.3

CONNECTION TO PERIPHERAL DEVICES ............................................ 327
11.3.1 11.3.2 11.3.3

11.3.4 11.3.5

High-speed Serial Bus (HSSB) [For Stand-alone Type] ......................................334 Buzzer Interface ...................................................................................................335

12 CONNECTION WITH FANUC PANEL i AND COMMERCIAL PERSONAL COMPUTERS ................................................................. 336
12.1 12.2 12.3 OVERVIEW ............................................................................................... 336 CAUTIONS ................................................................................................ 336 CONNECTION USING THE HIGH-SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)............ 336
12.3.1 12.3.2 12.3.3 12.3.4 12.3.5 12.3.6 12.3.7 Overview ..............................................................................................................336 Connection Diagram.............................................................................................337 Specifications of a Commercial PC......................................................................337 Installation Environment ......................................................................................338 Handling Precautions ...........................................................................................338 Procedure for Installing Personal Computer Interface Boards .............................338 Cable Connection .................................................................................................339 Overview ..............................................................................................................340 Connection Diagram.............................................................................................340

12.4

CONNECTION USING Ethernet................................................................ 340
12.4.1 12.4.2

13 PANEL i .......................................................................................................... 341 APPENDIX A B OUTLINE DRAWINGS OF UNITS AND CONNECTORS ................... 345 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES ......................... 392
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Vertical-type Connectors......................................................................................392 Straight and Right-angled Connectors (for Spring and Screw-fixing Connector Housings) .............................................................................................................392 Strand Wire Press-mount Connector ....................................................................393 Soldering Type Connector....................................................................................394

B.2 B.3

CABLE CONNECTORS ............................................................................ 393
B.2.1 B.2.2

RECOMMENDED CONNECTORS, APPLICABLE HOUSINGS, AND CABLES .................................................................................................... 395
B.3.1 B.3.2 Recommended Connectors...................................................................................396 Applicable Cables.................................................................................................396

C D E

CONNECTION CABLE (SUPPLIED FROM US)................................. 403 OPTICAL FIBER CABLE .................................................................... 406 MEMORY CARD INTERFACE............................................................ 416

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CONFIGURATION
CONTROL UNIT CONFIGURATION AND COMPONENT NAMES

The Series 30i/31i/32i series control units can roughly be categorized either as an LCD-mounted type or stand-alone type. The LCD-mounted type is one having both control and indicator sections in it. With the stand-alone type, the control and indicator sections are separated from each other, each being configured as an independent unit. Described below is the configuration of each type. This manual focuses on how to attach the connectors shown in the configuration diagrams to each device.

1.1.1
Screen size

Configurations of LCD-mounted Type Control Units
Series 30i/31i/32i LCD-mounted type control units Touch panel Number of option slots Without 1 2 Without 1 2 Without 1 2 Without 1 2 Without 1 2 Number of horizontal soft keys 5+2 Number of vertical soft keys Without

8.4"

Without

Without 10.4" With

10+2

8+1

Without 15" With

Series 30i/31i/32i LCD-mounted type control units having the personal computer function with Windows? CE Screen size Touch panel Number of option slots Without 1 2 Without 1 2 Without 1 2 Without 1 2 Number of horizontal soft keys Number of vertical soft keys

Without 10.4" With

10+2

8+1

Without 12.1” With

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Screen size Touch panel Without 15" With Number of option slots Without 1 2 Without 1 2 Number of horizontal soft keys

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10+2

8+1

CAUTION The touch panel is a device designed to be operated by touching directly its screen. Use a FANUC-supplied exclusive touch panel pen (A02B-0236-K111). Touching the screen with a sharp point, such as a pen, may damage or break the indicator surface. Touching the screen with your finger may adversely affect operability and soil the screen. Be sure to keep away from such improper use. NOTE The indicators having a touch panel has a protection sheet attached to its front surface. Explanations about how to replace the protection sheet, refer to the FANUC Series 30i/31i/32i-MODEL B Maintenance Manual (B-64485EN).
LCD-mounted type control unit (front view)

Liquid-crystal display

Vertical soft keys

Memory card interface

USB port (5.6)

Horizontal soft keys

NOTE 1 This figure shows the 10.4” LCD-mounted control unit as viewed from the front. The basic configuration of the other control unit models is the same, as viewed from the front. 2 The 8.4” LCD-mounted control unit has no vertical soft key.

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NOTE 3 The LCD (liquid-crystal display) has been fabricated using an extreme precision technology. However, some of their pixels may fail to light or stay constantly lighting because of their characteristics. Please be forewarned that these phenomena are not faults.
LCD-mounted type control unit (8.4”LCD unit and 10.4”LCD unit A) (rear view) Battery (4.4)

Fan unit

FSSB interface connectors [COP10A-1] (left) [COP10A-2] (right) (6)

MDI connector [CA55] (5.1)

Power supply connector [CPD16A] (4.3)

Soft key connectors Fuse DeviceNet connector [TBL] (10) I/O device interface connector (RS-232C) [JD56A] (5.3) I/O device interface connector (RS-232C) [JD36A/JD54] (5.3) Ethernet connector (Embedded Ethernet) [CD38A] (5.5)

High-speed skip connector [JA40] (5.4) I/O Link i or I/O Link connector [JD51A] (7.2) Ethernet connector (Multi-function Ethernet) [CD38B] (5.5)

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NOTE 1 This figure shows an LCD-mounted control unit having no option slot as viewed from the rear. For the rear view of the control units having the personal computer function with Windows? CE, see Chapter 11, "Connection for Personal Computer Function with Windows? CE". 2 The numbers in parentheses () in the figures are keyed to the item numbers of the descriptions in this manual. The numbers in brackets [] in the figures are connector numbers. 3 Connectors [COP10A-2], [TBL], [CD38A], and [CD38B] may not be provided, depending on the specifications of the hardware.
LCD-mounted type control unit (10.4”LCD unit B and 15”LCD unit) (rear view) Battery (4.4)

Fan unit

FSSB interface connectors [COP10A-1] (left) [COP10A-2] (right) (6)

MDI connector [CA55] (5.1)

Fuse

Power supply connector [CPD16A] (4.3) Soft key connectors

I/O device interface connector (RS-232C) [JD56A] (5.3) I/O device interface connector (RS-232C) [JD36A/JD54] (5.3) Ethernet connector (Embedded Ethernet) [CD38S] (5.5)

High-speed skip connector [JA40] (5.4) I/O Link i or I/O Link connector [JD51A] (7.2) Ethernet connector (Multi-function Ethernet) [CD38B] (5.5)

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NOTE 1 This figure shows an LCD-mounted control unit having no option slot as viewed from the rear. For the rear view of the control units having the personal computer function with Windows? CE, see Chapter 11, "Connection for Personal Computer Function with Windows? CE". 2 The numbers in parentheses () in the figures are keyed to the item numbers of the descriptions in this manual. The numbers in brackets [] in the figures are connector numbers. 3 Connectors [COP10A-2], [CD38S], and [CD38B] may not be provided, depending on the specifications of the hardware.

1.1.2

Configurations of Stand-alone Type Control Units
Slot rack name 2-slot rack 4-slot rack Number of option slots 2 4

Series 30i/31i/32i stand-alone type control units

Series 30i/31i/32i display units Screen size 10.4" 15" Touch panel Without With Without With Number of horizontal soft keys Number of vertical soft keys

10+2

8+1

Series 30i/31i/32i display units having the personal computer function with Windows? CE Screen size 10.4" 12.1” 15" Touch panel Without With Without With Without With Number of horizontal soft keys Number of vertical soft keys

10+2

8+1

Series 30i/31i/32i display units directed to automakers Screen size 15" Touch panel Without With Number of vertical soft keys 16(left: 8, rights: 8)

CAUTION The touch panel is a device designed to be operated by touching directly its screen. Use a FANUC-supplied exclusive touch panel pen (A02B-0236-K111). Touching the screen with a sharp point, such as a pen, may damage or break the indicator surface. Touching the screen with your finger may adversely affect operability and soil the screen. Be sure to keep away from such improper use.

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NOTE The indicators having a touch panel has a protection sheet attached to its front surface. Explanations about how to replace the protection sheet, refer to the FANUC Series 30i/31i/32i-MODEL B Maintenance Manual (B-64485EN).
Stand-alone type control unit (front view)

Battery (4.4)

Battery connector (4.4)

I/O device interface connector (RS-232C) [JD56A] (5.3) Memory card interface

I/O device interface connector (RS-232C) [JD36A] (5.3) I/O Link i or I/O Link connector [JD51A] (5.4) High-speed skip connector [JD40A] (6.1)

Ethernet connector (Embedded Ethernet) [CD38A] (5.5) Optional slot 3 24-VDC power supply connector [CPD19A] (right) [CPD19B] (left) (4.3) HSSB interface connectors [COP21A] (5.2)

Optional slot 1

FSSB interface connectors [COP10A-1] (lower) [COP10A-2] (upper) (7)

Optional slot 4

Optional slot 2 GND connection terminal 2-slot rack

4-slot rack

NOTE The numbers in parentheses () in the figures are keyed to the item numbers of the descriptions in this manual. The numbers in brackets [] in the figures are connector numbers.

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Display unit for the stand-alone type control unit (10.4”LCD unit A)

Liquid-crystal display

Vertical soft keys

Memory card interface

Front view

USB port (5.6)

Horizontal soft keys

Rear view

MDI interconnection connector [JA73]

(5.2)

MDI connector [CA55] (5.2)

Soft key connectors

Fuse
Video signal interconnection connector

[CA103] (5.2)

Power supply connectors [CP1A] [CP1B] (5.2) Optical connector for display control [COP21B] (5.2)

Touch panel connector

NOTE 1 The numbers in parentheses () in the figures are keyed to the item numbers of the descriptions in this manual. The numbers in brackets [] in the figures are connector numbers. 2 Connectors [JA73] and [CA103], the memory card interface, and USB ports may 3 See Chapter 11 for explanations about the display unit for the control unit having the personal computer function with Windows? CE. 4 The LCD (liquid-crystal display) has been fabricated using an extreme precision technology. However, some of their pixels may fail to light or stay constantly lighting because of their characteristics. Please be forewarned that these phenomena are not faults.
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Vertical soft keys Liquid-crystal display

Memory card interface

Front

USB port (5.6)

Horizontal soft keys

MDI connector [CA55] (5.2)

Rear
Power supply connectors [CPD18] (5.2)

Fuse

Soft key connectors

Optical connector for display control [COP21M] (5.2)

NOTE 1 The numbers in parentheses () in the figures are keyed to the item numbers of the descriptions in this manual. The numbers in brackets [] in the figures are connector numbers. 2 For the display units for the control units having the personal computer function with Windows? CE, see Chapter 11, "Connection for Personal Computer Function with Windows? CE". 3 The LCD (liquid-crystal display) has been fabricated using an extreme precision technology. However, some of their pixels may fail to light or stay constantly lighting because of their characteristics. Please be forewarned that these phenomena are not faults.
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Display unit for automotive for the stand-alone type control unit

Vertical soft keys

Liquid-crystal display MDI

Memory card interface

Front

USB port (5.2)

Function key switches

Optical connector for display control [COP21M] (5.2)

Power supply connector [CPD18] (5.2)

Rear

I/O Link i or I/O Link connector (master side) (5.2)

I/O Link i or I/O Link connector (slave side) (5.2)

I/O Link adapter board

NOTE 1 The numbers in parentheses () in the figures are keyed to the item numbers of the descriptions in this manual. The numbers in brackets [] in the figures are connector numbers. 2 The I/O Link i and I/O Link interfaces are optional. 3 The LCD (liquid-crystal display) has been fabricated using an extreme precision technology. However, some of their pixels may fail to light or stay constantly lighting because of their characteristics. Please be forewarned that these phenomena are not faults.

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Configurations of Optional Boards
Additional axis board PROFIBUS-DP slave board

For FSSB interface [COP10A] (6)

For Profibus [CN2] (10)

Fast Ethernet board

DeviceNet master board

For Ethernet [CD38R] (10)

For Device NET [TBL] (10)

HSSB interface board

DeviceNet slave board

For HSSB interface [COP21A] (12.3)

For Device NET [TBL] (10)

PROFIBUS-DP master board

CC-Link remote device station board

For Profibus [CN1] (10)

For CC-Link [CT1] (10)

NOTE The numbers in parentheses () in the figures are keyed to the item numbers of the descriptions in this manual. The numbers in brackets [] in the figures are connector numbers. The Fast Ethernet board may be used also as data server or FL-net functions, depending on the settings of parameters.

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HARDWARE OVERVIEW
LCD-mounted Type Control Unit Overview
Main board CPU for controlling CNC Power supply Axis control function MDI I/F I/O Link i, I/O Link control function PMC control function High-speed skip (HDI) RS-232C I/F Memory card I/F USB I/F Ethernet function note2 DeviceNet function PC functions (Windows? CE compatible PC functions)

Fast Ethernet board Fast Ethernet function Data server function FL-net function Additional axis board Additional axis control function HSSB interface board High-speed serial bus interface Various types of network boards PROFIBUS-DP master board PROFIBUS-DP slave board note2 DeviceNet master board DeviceNet slave board
CC-Link remote device station board
Options

Basic system

Unit without optional slots or Unit having one optional slot or Unit having two optional slots

Note 1 On a unit with optional slots, as many optional boards as the slots can be mounted. 2 DeviceNet master functions are provided on the mainboard or on the optional board, depending on the specification.

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Stand-alone Type Control Unit Overview
4-slot rack 2-slot rack

Main board

Slot 3

Slot 1

Slot 4

Slot 2

Options (Slot 1 to 4) Fast Ethernet board Fast Ethernet function Data server function FL-net function Additional axis board Additional axis control function HSSB interface board High-speed serial bus interface Various types of network boards PROFIBUS-DP master board PROFIBUS-DP slave board DeviceNet master board DeviceNet slave board CC-Link remote device station board

Basic system
Main board CPU for controlling CNC Power supply Axis control function Display unit I/F I/O Link i, I/O Link control function PMC control function High-speed skip (HDI) RS-232C I/F Memory card I/F Ethernet function

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Stand-alone type control unit
Main board
24V-IN(CPD19A) 24V-OUT(CPD19B) To I/O device Display unit COP21A,B,M 24VDC CP1A CP1B (Touch panel) HDI(JA40) High-peed skip input Distributed I/O board CPD1 JA3 JD1B JD1A VDC24 CPD1 JD1B JD1A JD1B βamplifier with I/O Link JD1A Distributed I/O board, I/O unit, etc. Power magnetics cabinet Manual pulse generator Operator's panel CA55 Memory card 24 VDC power supply Control unit

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MDI unit CK27

PANEL i or personal computer

VDC24 I/O Link i I/O Link (JD51A)

Servo motor

R232C-1(JD56A) R232C-2(JD36A)

RS-232C I/O device RS-232C I/O device Circuit breaker AC reactor MCC αi PS Position coder 24VDC 200VAC Circuit breaker

FSSB(COP10A-1)

αi SP Serial spindle motor

FSSB(COP10A-2) COP10B COP10A COP10B COP10A COP10B COP10A COP10B COP10A

αi SV

Servo motor

αi SV

Servo motor

αi SV

Servo motor

αi SV

Servo motor

(In this figure, a 1-axis amplifier is used.) Separate detector interface unit 1 DC24V CP11A COP10B COP10A CNF1 JF101 JF102 JF103 JF104 JA4A Linear scale, axis 1 Linear scale, axis 2 Linear scale, axis 3 Linear scale, axis 4 Battery for absolute scale (Required only when an absolute scale is used)

To separate detector interface unit 2

ETHERNET(CD38A)

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When optional boards are provided Fast Ethernet board

Optional slot

Memory card ETHERNET(CD38R)

Use a compact flash card purchased from FANUC Ethernet or FL-net ,and so on

HSSB interface board

HSSB(COP21A)

PANEL i or Personal Computer

PROFIBUS-DP master board PROFI(CN1) Other control unit or PROFIBUS device

PROFIBUS-DP slave board PROFI(CN2) Other control unit or PROFIBUS device

DeviceNet master board DVNET(TNB) Other control unit or DeviceNet device

DeviceNet slave board DVNET(TNB) Other control unit or DeviceNet device

CC-Link remote device station board CCLNK(CT1) CC-Link device

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When one or more option boards are present Additional axis board
AC reactor αi PS MCC

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Position coder

FSSB(COP10A-3)

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αi SV

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αi SV

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3.1.1

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ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS OUTSIDE THE CABINET
Environmental Conditions outside the Cabinet

The control unit and the peripheral units have been designed on the assumption that they are housed in closed cabinets. In this manual "cabinet" refers to the following: ? Cabinet manufactured by the machine tool builder for housing the control unit or peripheral units; ? Operation pendant, manufactured by the machine tool builder, for housing the display unit, MDI unit, or operator's panel. ? Equivalent to the above. The following table lists the environmental conditions required in installing these cabinets. Section 3.3 of this connection manual explains the design conditions regarding installation of cabinets that will meet the environmental conditions.
Ambient temperature of the cabinet Humidity Operating Nonoperating (including storage and transportation) Temperature change Normal Short period (less than 1 month) Operating Nonoperating (including storage and transportation) Operating Nonoperating (including storage and transportation) 0°C to 45°C -20°C to 60°C 0.3°C/minute or less 75%RH or less, no condensation 95%RH or less, no condensation 0.5G or less 1.0G or less Up to 1000 m (see Note 1 in the Subsec. 3.1.2.) Up to 12000 m Normal machine shop environment (The environment must be considered if the cabinets are in a location where the density of dust, coolant, organic solvent, and/or corrosive gas is relatively high.)

Vibration

Meters above sea level

Environment

3.1.2

Installation Conditions of the Control Unit
Condition Operating Nonoperating (including storage and transportation) Temperature change Normal Short period (less than 1 month) LCD-mounted type control unit and display unit 0°C to 58°C -20°C to 60°C 0.3°C/minute or less 75%RH or less, no condensation 95%RH or less, no condensation Stand-alone type control unit 0°C to 55°C

Ambient temperature

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Operating Vibration

0.5G or less FANUC’s evaluation test was conducted under the following conditions complying with IEC 60068-2-6. 10 to 58Hz: 0.075mm (amplitude) 58 to 500Hz: 1G Direction of vibration: Each of the X, Y, and Z directions Number of sweep cycles: 10 1.0G or less Up to 1000m (Note 1) Up to 12000m Coolant, lubricant, or cutting chips shall not be sprinkled directly over the CNC or servo unit. No corrosive gas shall be allowed.

Meters above sea level

Nonoperating (including storage and transportation) Operating Nonoperating (including storage and transportation)

Environment

NOTE 1 If the control unit is installed 1000 m or higher above sea level, the allowable upper ambient temperature of the control unit in the cabinet is changed as follows. Assume that the allowable upper ambient temperature of the control unit in the cabinet installed 1000 m or higher above sea level decreases by 1.0°C for every 100 m rise in altitude. Example) When a control unit whose required operating ambient temperature range is 0°C to 55°C is installed 1750 m above sea level: 55°C-(1750m-1000m)/100m × 1.0°C = 47.5°C Therefore, the allowable ambient temperature range is from 0°C to 47.5°C. 2 When using a unit having additional installation conditions, be sure to meet also these conditions.

3.2

CAUTIONS REGARDING THE INSTALLATION DESIGN OF MACHINE TOOL POWER MAGNETICS CABINETS

When a cabinet is designed, it must satisfy the environmental conditions described in Section 3.1. In addition, the magnetic interference on the screen, noise resistance, and maintenance requirements must be considered. When mounting FANUC-supplied units, such as displays and operator’s panels, use packing and fasten the mounting screws with the specified tightening torque. When designing magnetics cabinets, pay due consideration to each item stated in the following “CAUTION”.

CAUTION 1 The cabinet must be fully closed. The cabinet must be designed to prevent the entry of airborne dust, coolant, and organic solvent. 2 The cabinet must be designed so that the permissible temperature of each unit is not exceeded. (See Section 3.3.)

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CAUTION 3 A closed cabinet must be equipped with a fan to circulate the air within. (This is not necessary for a unit with fan.) The fan must be adjusted so that the air moves at 0.5 m/sec along the surface of each installed unit. However, do not blow air from the fan directly to the unit, because doing so can readily make dust attach the portion where the air flow hits, leading to possible trouble. (This is not necessary for a unit with fan.) 4 For the air to move easily, a clearance of 100 mm is required between each unit and the wall of the cabinet. 5 Each FANUC-supplied unit, such as a display or operator’s panel, has been designed on the assumption that they will be mounted using packing and with the specified screw tightening torque. Failing to mount them as specified can lead to unit damage and/or malfunction. Be sure to use packing and observe the specified screw tightening torque. (See Sections 3.6 and 3.7.) 6 Failing to use packing or to provide complete sealing, or using any packing not resistant to coolant in use will allow dust, coolant, and organic solvent to get in the cabinet, leading to possible equipment trouble. Be sure to use an appropriate packing and a secure sealing. In addition, use an appropriate packing and a secure sealing for the cable outlets and doors of the machine builder-provided units, such as displays, operator’s panels, and cabinet pendant boxes. (See Section 3.7.) 7 The LCD must not be installed in such a place that coolant would directly fall onto the unit. Be sure to attach a protection cover to the LCD if it will be used in an environment where it is anticipated that coolant may come into contact with it, for example, an environment with a relatively dense oil mist. 8 Noise must be minimized. As the machine and the control unit are reduced in size, the parts that generate noise may be placed near noise-sensitive parts in the magnetics cabinet. The control unit is built to protect it from external noise. Cabinet design to minimize noise generation and to prevent it from being transmitted to the control unit is necessary. (See Section 3.4.) 9 When placing units in the cabinet, also consider ease of maintenance. The units should be placed so that they can be checked and replaced easily when maintenance is performed. 10 The hard disk drive and floppy disk drive must not be installed near the source of a strong magnetic field. 11 The installation conditions of the I/O unit and connector panel I/O module must be satisfied. In order to secure ventilation in the equipment, mount the I/O unit and connector panel I/O module in the specified orientation. Clearances of 100 mm or more both above and below the I/O unit are required for wiring and ventilation. Equipment radiating too much heat must not be put below the I/O unit and connector panel I/O module.
Top I/O base unit (No screws or protrusions shall extend from the bottom of this unit.)

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THERMAL DESIGN OF THE MACHINE TOOL MAGNETIC CABINET

The internal air temperature of the cabinet increases when the units and parts installed in the cabinet generate heat. Since the generated heat is radiated from the surface of the cabinet, the temperature of the air in the cabinet and the outside air balance at certain heat levels. If the amount of heat generated is constant, the larger the surface area of the cabinet, the less the internal temperature rises. The thermal design of the cabinet refers to calculating the heat generated in the cabinet, evaluating the surface area of the cabinet, and enlarging that surface area by installing heat exchangers in the cabinet, if necessary. Such a design method is described in the following subsections.

3.3.1

Temperature Rise within the Machine Tool Magnetic Cabinet

The cooling capacity of a cabinet made of sheet metal is generally 6 W/°C per 1m2 surface area, that is, when the 6W heat source is contained in a cabinet having a surface area of 1 m2, the temperature of the air in the cabinet rises by 1°C. In this case the surface area of the cabinet refers to the area useful in cooling, that is, the area obtained by subtracting the area of the cabinet touching the floor from the total surface area of the cabinet. There are two preconditions : The air in the cabinet must be circuited by the fun, and the temperature of the air in the cabinet must be almost constant. For example, the operator’s panel cabinet may contain an LCD-mounted type control unit or the display of a stand-alone type control unit. To keep the temperature in the cabinet at 58°C or below when the ambient temperature is 45°C, the equation below must be satisfied. Internal heat loss P [W] ≤ 6[W/m2?°C] × surface area S[m2] × 13[°C] of rise in temperature (A cooling capacity of 6 W/°C assumes the cabinet is so large that agitation with the fan motor does not make the temperature distribution uniform. For a small cabinet like the operator's panel, a cooling capacity of 8 W/°C, indicated in Subsection 3.3.3, may be used.) For example, a cabinet having a surface area of 4m2 has a cooling capacity of 24W/°C. To limit the internal temperature increase to 13°C under these conditions, the internal heat must not exceed 312W. If the actual internal heat is 360W, however, the temperature in the cabinet rises by 15°C. When this happens, the cooling capacity of the cabinet must be improved using the heat exchanger. For the power magnetic cabinet containing a stand-alone type control unit, the internal temperature rise must be suppressed to 55°C or less, instead of 58°C.

3.3.2

Heat Output of Each Unit
Table 3.3.2 Heat output Unit Heat output 17W 18W 22W 36W +3W 15W 6W 11W 4W 6W 3.5W Remarks Note 1) Note 1) Note 1) Note 1)

LCD-mounted type control unit

With 8.4”LCD unit With 10.4”LCD unit A With 10.4”LCD unit B With 15”LCD unit Additional heat output from a control unit having communication features Stand-alone type control unit Standard version, dedicated to the 32i CPU card High-speed version Servo card A11, A12, A13 A24, A26 DeviceNet card

Note 1)

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Unit Heat output 5W 3W (3.3W) 4W 5W 2W 3W 3.5W 3W 13W 14W 8W 23W 37W 37W 0W Remarks Additional axis board Fast Ethernet board (when used as data server functions) HSSB interface board PROFIBUS-DP master board PROFIBUS-DP slave board DeviceNet master board DeviceNet slave board CC-Link remote device station board 10.4”LCD unit A 10.4”LCD unit A (the first display unit when two are used) 10.4”LCD unit A (the second display unit when two are used) 10.4”LCD unit B 15”LCD unit Display unit for automotive

Optional board

Display unit for stand-alone type control unit

MDI units

NOTE 1 The values listed above do not include any heat output of the CPU card, servo card, DeviceNet card, or option boards. To obtain the total heat output of the control unit, add the heat output from the CPU card, servo card, DeviceNet card, and any option boards. 2 See Chapter 6 for the heat output of the separate detector interface unit. 3 See Chapter 8 for the heat output of each I/O unit. 4 See Chapter 11 for the heat output of the control units having the personal computer function with Windows? CE. 5 Refer to the PANEL i Connection and Maintenance Manual (B-64223EN) for the heat output of the PANEL i.

3.3.3

Thermal Design of Operator's Panel

With a small cabinet like the operator's panel, the heat dissipating capacity of the cabinet is as shown below, assuming that there is sufficient mixing of the air inside the cabinet. Coated metal surfaces: 8 W/m2°C Plastic surfaces: 3.7 W/m2°C An example of the thermal design for the cabinet shown in Fig. 3.3.3 is shown below.

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Fig. 3.3.3

Assume the following. Thermal exchange rates Coated metal surfaces : 8 W/m2?°C Plastic surfaces : 3.7 W/m2?°C Allowable temperature rise : 13°C higher than the exterior temperature Also, assume the following. Dimensions of pendant type cabinet shown in Fig. 3.3.3: 560(W) × 470(H) × 150(D) mm Surface area of metallic sections : 0.5722 m2 Surface area of plastic sections : 0.2632 m2 In this case, the allowable total heat dissipation for the cabinet is: 8 × 0.5722 × 13 + 3.7 × 0.2632 × 13 = 72 W. In consequence, it can be concluded that the units shown in Table 3.3.3 on the next page can be installed in this cabinet.
Table 3.3.3 LCD-mounted type control unit (with 10.4”LCD unit A) Additional heat output from a control unit having communication features CPU card (high-speed version) Servo card (A26) Optional board (Additional axis board) Standard machine operator's panel 120-mm square fan motor for air mixing Total heat dissipation of the above 18W +3W 11W 6W 5W 15W(Note) 8W 66W

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NOTE The 15 W quoted for the standard machine operator's panel represents an example heat output value when half of all the input signals are turned on. This value varies, depending on the mechanical configuration.

3.4

COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST NOISE AND GROUNDING

In general, noise can occur because of electrostatic coupling, electromagnetic induction, and ground loop and get in a control unit. On the control unit side, due consideration is paid to a protective measure for external noise. However, it is hard to measure the magnitude and frequency of noise quantitatively and there are lots of uncertainties with noise. So, it is important to take measures for minimizing noise occurrence and keeping any noise from entering the control unit in order to enhance stability in CNC-based machine tool system operation. Grounding the power magnetics cabinet and devices is very important to prevent an electric shock and suppress a noise influence. The CNC system uses the following three types of grounding: (1) Signal grounding This type of grounding is used to supply a reference potential (0 V) for the electrical signal system. (2) Frame grounding This type of grounding is used for safety reasons as well as to suppress external and internal noise. For example, grounding is provided for the device frames, panels, and shielding on the interface cables connecting the devices. (3) System grounding (PE) This type of grounding is used to connect frame grounds, which are provided for the individual devices or between the units, to the ground as a system at a single point. When designing the power magnetics cabinet, guard against noise in the machine as described in the following section.

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3.4.1.1

Grounding as Noise Suppression Measures Grounding methods

Typically, noise that becomes a problem is high–frequency noise. To suppress high–frequency noise, it is important that the devices are grounded at low impedance(NOTE). The grounding schemes for this purpose are described below.

NOTE Impedance includes a resistance component that converts electric current to heat as well as a component called “reactance”, and indicates a characteristic of resistance to the flow of alternating current at a certain frequency.

(1) Multipoint grounding scheme
In this grounding scheme, when grounded at sufficiently low impedance, the cabinet metal plates are used as ground plates, to which grounding is provided in the vicinity of each device. This scheme has a great effect of suppressing high–frequency noise because it enables grounding to the low–impedance metal plates of the cabinet in the shortest distance. However, the noise suppression effect depends on the cabinet structure because the cabinet metal plates are used as ground plates. See Subsection 3.4.1.2 for the cabinet. Fig. 3.4.1.1 (a) is a schematic wiring diagram.

Cabinet (Lower-impedance metal plates)
α i PS α i SP α i SV
JF*

Pendant box (Lower-impedance metal plates)

Ground bar for shield clamp

Control unit

Connect the unit to a metal plate close to it. However, keep signal grounding points at least 10 cm away from power wire grounding points.

Connection at low impedance

Machine operator’s panel

24 V output power

AC input

Signal line Power line

Machine side
Motor

PE terminal (for connecting external protective conductor) (Do not coat mating surfaces.)

Separate the signal line and power line when routing them.

Grounding electrode or main grounding terminal

Frame grounding System grounding (PE)

Fig. 3.4.1.1 (a) Schematic diagram for multipoint grounding scheme

When the multipoint grounding scheme is adopted, the units can be grounded at low impedance, and ground wires (wires from the unit’s ground terminal to a grounding plate) can be shortened, so that wiring may be simplified.

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CAUTION If it is impossible to configure cabinet metal plates with a low impedance, it is likely that noise may effect grounding circuits shared by power wires and signal wires.

(2) Single–point grounding scheme
In this grounding scheme, grounding separation is achieved between the signal system and power system, and grounding is provided at a single point to suppress the noise influence of the power system on the signal system. This scheme tends to need longer connection wires for grounding the devices. To produce a sufficient effect of suppressing high–frequency noise, it is therefore necessary to use larger–diameter wires or use two or more wires for each connection. Fig. 3.4.1.1 (b) is a schematic wiring diagram.
Cabinet
α i PS α i SP α i SV

Pendant box

JF*

Ground bar for shield clamp

Control unit

Machine operator’s panel

Power system ground bar
24 V output power

Signal system ground bar

Achieve grounding separation between the signal system and power system.

AC input

Signal line Signal system ground bar
PE terminal (for connecting external protective conductor)

Machine side
Motor

Power line

Separate the signal line and power line when routing them.

Grounding electrode or main grounding terminal

Frame grounding System grounding (PE)

Fig. 3.4.1.1 (b) Schematic diagram for multipoint grounding scheme

3.4.1.2

Cabinet

A cabinet is an important element in improving noise immunity and suppressing radiated noise. One of the causes of problems related to noise immunity and radiated noise is faulty electrical continuity between the metal plates that make up the cabinet. Typically, noise that becomes a problem is high–frequency noise, against which measures must be taken in the cabinet design.

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(1) Basic cabinet structure
A cabinet should basically be made of metal. To improve noise immunity, there must be low–impedance electrical continuity between the metal plates that make up the cabinet, which are the side plates, top plate, and bottom plate, and a welding–type cabinet structure is recommended. As for a cabinet welding method, bead welding is more suitable than spot welding for providing low–impedance electrical continuity between the metal plates. For an assembly–type cabinet structure, provide electrical continuity by bringing the metal plates into direct contact with each other, without applying a coating to their joint surface areas. In a structure that has the metal plates connected only with wires because of structural constraints, low–impedance connections are more difficult to make than in a structure in which welding is made or the metal plates are brought into direct contact with each other. It is necessary to maintain sufficient levels of items such as the cross–sectional area of a wire to use, continuity of connections, and contact areas.

Bead welding

Bring the metal plates into direct contact with each other, without applying a coating to their joint areas.

Fig. 3.4.1.2 (a) Cabinet structure

NOTE Explained above is how to provide cabinets with low-impedance electrical continuity so as to increase noise immunity and to suppress noise radiation. See Subsection 3.4.2 for conditions required to configure protective grounding circuits.

(2) Mounting units on the cabinet
The shortest possible lengths of unit ground wires (wires from the unit’s ground terminal to a grounding plate) should be used to make connections. A ground wire with a small conductor diameter causes impedance to high-frequency noise to become particularly higher, leading to an insufficient grounding effect. For the location of the ground terminal of each unit, refer to the manual relevant to the unit. The following shows the recommended method by which the metal plate with the unit mounted is installed on the cabinet. Care should be taken so that the cabinet and metal plate are connected to each other on their broad areas with no coating. It is not recommended that electrical continuity be provided only by screws, because impedance to high frequency cannot be sufficiently low.

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<Good example>
Coating mask

Cabinet Metal plate Unit

Coating

Screw

Metal plate

Cabinet

Shortest connection with thick ground wire

Continuity on areas with no coating

<Bad example>
Cabinet Metal plate Unit

Continuity only by screw in a coated area

Thin ground wire, long ground wire

Fig. 3.4.1.2 (b) Installing a unit in a cabinet

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Protective Ground (Grounding for Protection against Indirect Contact)

Protection against indirect contract is intended to prevent the risk that may occur in a conductive portion which is not charged with electricity (applied with voltage) during normal operation but may be charged with electricity if insulation is accidentally destroyed. It must be implemented by: - measures to prevent the occurrence of a touch voltage, or - automatic disconnection of the supply before the time of contact with a touch voltage can become hazardous As for protective grounding in “automatic disconnection of the supply before the time of contact with a touch voltage can become hazardous”, follow any standards the machine tool is supposed to meet. Some standard examples follow: Regarding protection against indirect contract IEC 60364-4-41:2001 and JIS C 60364-4-41:2006 (Electrical installations of buildings - Part 4-41: Protection for safety - Protection against electric shock) 413 Regarding the minimum cross-sectional area of protective conductors IEC 60204-1:2005 and JIS B 9960-1:2008 (Safety of Machinery – Electrical Equipment of Machines – Part 1: General Requirements) 8.2.2 NFPA 79:2007 (Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery) 8.2.2 Equipment Grounding (Protective) Conductors and Bonding Jumpers NFPA 79:2007 (Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery) 18.2 Continuity of the Equipment Grounding (Protective Bonding) Circuit Regarding the cross-sectional area of a protective conductor shared by multiple circuits IEC 60364-5-54:2002 and JIS C 60364-5-54:2006 (Electrical installations of buildings – Part 5-54: Selection and erection of electrical equipment – Earthing arrangements, protective conductors and protective bonding conductors) 543.1.4 Regarding use of enclosures (cabinets) or frames as protective conductors IEC 60204-1:2005 and JIS B 9960-1:2008 (Safety of Machinery – Electrical Equipment of Machines – Part 1: General Requirements) 8.2.3 IEC 60364-5-54:2002 and JIS C 60364-5-54:2006 (Electrical installations of buildings – Part 5-54: Selection and erection of electrical equipment – Earthing arrangements, protective conductors and protective bonding conductors) 543.2.2, 543.2.3; NFPA 79:2007 (Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery) 12.2.1 Conductor Material

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3.4.3

Connecting the Ground Terminal of the Control Unit

Continuity between the control unit’s and a 0 V terminals
CAUTION In each control unit, the 0 V and ground terminals are electrically connected to each other. So, do not connect any external unit’s 0 V connected to the control unit’s 0 V to any other line’s grounding electrode that can have an electrical potential different from that of the grounding electrode connected to the control unit.

Machine Control unit Control signal Output signal Relay I/O module DOCOM Power magnetics cabinet +24V 24 VDC output power 0V

0V

0V

Control unit’s ground terminal

Machine-side main ground terminal (main ground bus)

Grounding electrode

Fig. 3.4.3 (a) Continuity between the control unit’s ground and 0 V terminals

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Connecting the ground terminal of an LCD-mounted type control unit
Connect the 0 V line in the control unit to the cabinet’s metal plate or signal system ground bar nearby via the protective ground terminal (see below).
Rear view Side view

Protective ground terminal (M4 stud)

Electric wire 2 (2 mm or thicker) Protective ground tap on cabinet’s metal plate Signal system ground bar Multiple-point grounding Single-point grounding

Fig. 3.4.3 (b) Ground terminal connection

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Connecting the ground terminal of a stand-alone type control unit
Connect an electronics circuit’s 0 V line in the control unit to the cabinet’s metal plate or signal system ground bar close to it via the signal ground terminal. Use the Faston terminal (FANUC specification: A02B-0166-K330).
Front Side

4-slot rack 2-slot rack

Signal ground terminal (Faston terminal) Electric wire 2 (2 mm or thicker)

Signal system ground bar Multiple-point grounding: Connect the 0 V line to a nearby metal plate connected electrically to a grounding electrode. Single-point grounding: Frame ground Connect the 0 V line to the signal ground bar connected electrically to a grounding electrode. Frame ground

Fig. 3.4.3 (c) Ground terminal connection

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Separating Signal Lines

The cables used for the CNC machine tool are classified as listed in the following table. Process the cables in each group as described in the action column.
Group A Table 3.4.4 Cable grouping Signal line Primary AC power line Secondary AC power line AC/DC power lines (containing the power lines for the servo and spindle motors) AC/DC solenoid AC/DC relay DC solenoid (24 VDC) DC relay (24 VDC) DI/DO cable between the I/O unit and power magnetics cabinet DI/DO cable between the I/O unit and machine 24 VDC input power cables connected to the control unit and its peripherals I/O Link i or I/O Link cable Cable for the position coder Cable for the manual pulse generator Cable for the MDI RS–232C interface cable Cable for the battery Cable for the Ethernet Other cables for which shield processing is specified
(Note 3)

Action

Bind the cables in group A separately (Note 1) from groups B and C, or cover group A with an electromagnetic shield (Note 2). See Subsection 3.4.5 and connect spark killers or diodes with the solenoid and relay. Connect diodes with the DC solenoid and relay. Bind the cables in group B separately from group A, or cover group B with an electromagnetic shield. Separate group B as far from group C as possible. It is desirable to apply shield processing described in Subsection 3.4.6. Bind the cables in group C separately from group A, or cover group C with an electromagnetic shield. Separate group C as far from group B as possible. Be sure to perform shield processing as described in Subsection 3.4.6.

B

C

NOTE 1 Binding the cables in one group separately from another means that the groups are placed 10 cm or more apart from one another. 2 Covering a group with an electromagnetic shield means that shielding is provided between groups with grounded steel plates. 3 The shield is not required when the cable for the MDI is no more than 50 cm in length.

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C a bine t P e nda nt b ox

24V D C pow e r sup ply

S p in dle a m p lifie r

S e rvo a m p lifie r

I/O U n it D uc t

C ontrol un it

U nit rece ivin g AC volta ge

T o m otor an d th e like

S hielding pla te

C a ble of g rou p A

C ab le o f group B , C

S ection of duc t

G roup A

G rou p B , C
S hielding pla te

Fig. 3.4.4 Cable layout example

3.4.5

Noise Suppressor

Actuators, such as solenoids and relays, used in power magnetics cabinets need a noise suppressor. Because an actuator, which converts electrical energy to mechanical action, is an inductive load, it resonates with the parasitic capacitance in a circuit containing it, when it works on and off, thus generating intermittent arcs accompanied by abrupt voltage rises and falls at its contacts, hence electromagnetic waves interfering with electronics circuits. As a remediation measure, treat the inductive load as described below. 1) While referencing the processing for cable groups A and B described in Subsection 3.4.4, “Separating Signal Lines”, apply a CR snubber circuit and a diode, respectively, to an inductive load in an AC circuit and that in a DC circuit. 2) When selecting a CR snubber or diode, observe the following cautions.

Cautions for selecting and using a CR snubber
? Use a CR snubber in an AC circuit. A varistor, voltage clamping element, can limit the peak of an oscillating voltage waveform but cannot relax an abrupt voltage transition . For this reason, we recommend using a CR snubber rather than the varistor. Determine the rating of the resistor and capacitor in the CR snubber according to the steady-state current I (A) and DC resistance RL (Ω) of the inductive load as follows: 1) CR snubber resistance: R ? RL(Ω) 2) ?
2 2 CR snubber capacitance: I ≤ C ≤ I (μF) 10 20

?

Place the CR snubber close to the inductive load to minimize its wiring.

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CR snubber

Motor

General-purpose induction motor

Fig. 3.4.5 (a) Example of applying a CR snubber

Cautions for selecting and using a diode
? ? A diode (freewheeling diode) can be used as a noise suppressor for a DC driver circuit. Determine the ratings of the diode according to the drive voltage and current for the inductive load (such as a solenoid coil, relay, or motor) as follows: 1) Voltage rating: Approximately twice the voltage applied to the inductive load 2) Current rating: Approximately twice the steady-state current flowing through the inductive load Place the diode close to the inductive load in order to minimize its wiring.

?

+
Inductive load (such as a relay)

Diode
図3.4.5 (b) Example of applying a diode

3.4.6

Cable Clamp and Shield Processing

Some cables that are drawn into the control unit, servo amplifier, or spindle amplifier need shielding (basically, every signal line needs shielding). Clamp all these cables in the way shown below. This type of clamping works for both cable supporting and shielding. Be sure to make clamping because it is quite important to make system operation stable. Clamping shield correctly can suppress effect from external noise. Partially peel the sheath off a cable and expose the shield, and press the exposed portion against the ground bar with the clamp. Care should be taken so that the ground bar and shield have a surface contact in a larger area. (See the figure below.) The machine builder is requested to prepare the ground bar for cable clamping and place it as shown below. When the multipoint grounding scheme is used, care should be taken so that the ground bar for the shield clamp and cabinet are connected at low impedance by, for example, preventing the cabinet side contact surface from being coated.
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When using an in-line connector or the like to split a cable, it is necessary to connect the shield of one portion of the cable and that of the other portion and to keep the total impedance of the two cable portions from becoming high. Even if the connector is placed at the inlet of the cabinet, it is also necessary to use the shield for the intra-cabinet portion of the cable all the way to the other end of the cable.
Ground bar for shield clamp Cable Metal fittings for clamp

40 mm to 80 mm

Fig. 3.4.6 (a) Cable clamp (1)

NOTE 1 Select a cable with a proper length. 2 If the cable is too long, the noise immunity may be reduced or noise may be caused on other cables. In addition, when the excess length is coiled, the inductance is increased and a high voltage is induced during turning on or off of signals. This may cause a failure or a malfunction due to noise. 3 Bundle and clamp the shields of cables that lead into the control unit or amplifier at a point, respectively, close to the unit or amplifier.

Control unit

Cabinet

Ground bar for shield clamp Metal fittings for clamp Shield

Fig. 3.4.6 (b) Cable clamp (2)

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Hole for securing metal fitting clamp Mount screw hole

Fig. 3.4.6 (c) Ground bar for shield clamp (outline drawing)

The ground bar for cable clamping must be made of a steel plate at least 2 mm thick and plated with nickel.
8 Ground bar for shield clamp

12

20

(Unit: mm)

Fig. 3.4.6 (d) Ground bar for shield clamp (hole arrangement and dimension drawing)
Max. 55 Reference)

28

6

17 (Unit: mm)

Fig. 3.4.6 (e) Clamping metal fixture (outline drawing)

Ordering specification for metal fittings for clamp A02B-0303-K001 (8 pieces)

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Lightning Surge Absorber Installation

It is recommended to install a surge absorber between input power lines and between input power lines and the ground in order to protect equipment from thunderbolt-caused voltage surges. However, installing a surge absorber does not always ensure protection from lightning surges. For recommended lightning surge absorbers, refer to your respective servo amplifier descriptions.

Installation procedure
The surge-absorbing elements used for measures against surges due to lightening must be installed in the input power unit as shown in the figure below. The figure below shows an example in which an insulating transformer, shown by dotted lines, is not installed. If an insulating transformer is installed, surge-absorbing element 2 (between line and ground) is not required.
Circuit breaker

(MCCB) R AC input S T PE

To control power input for control unit 24 VDC power and control power supply input of Power Supply for servo amplifier
Magnetic contactor

Circuit breaker (MCCB)

Insulating transformer

Circuit breaker

AC reactor

(MCCB)
Circuit breaker

To main circuit power input of Power Supply for servo amplifier

(5A,MCCB)

a

To other electric parts on the machine

b
Surge-absorbing element 1 (between lines)

Surge-absorbing element 2 (between line and ground)

Fig. 3.4.7 Example of installing lightning surge absorbers on 200 VAC lines

CAUTION 1 For a better surge absorbing effect, the wiring shown by heavy line must be as short as possible. Wire size : Cross-sectional area at least 2 mm2 large Wire length: The sum of the length (a) of the wire for the connection of surge-absorbing element 1 and that (b) of surge-absorbing element 2 must be 2 m or less. 2 If conducting dielectric strength tests by applying overvoltages (1000 VAC and 1500 VAC) to the power line, remove surge-absorbing element 2. Otherwise, the overvoltages would activate the element.

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CAUTION 3 The circuit breaker (5A) is a short circuit protection of lines if the surge-absorbing elements result in short circuit breakdown due to the absorption of an excessive amount of energy. NOTE The circuit breaker (5A) can be used also for other electric parts on the machine because no current flows through surge-absorbing elements 1 and 2 in the normal state. The “other electric parts on the machine” can be the control power supply of Power Supply for servo unit and the power supply for the fan motor for a spindle motor.

3.5

INSTALLING THE CONTROL UNIT
CAUTION The control unit has a built-in fan motor. Failing to secure a space sufficient to maintain a satisfactory air flow in the control unit can lead to abnormal heat generation and faults.

3.5.1
Space
A

Installing the LCD-mounted Type Control Unit

Air enters the control unit through the bottom and is drawn through the fan motor which is located on the top of the control unit. , shown in Fig. 3.5.1, must be provided to ensure unrestricted air flow. Also, space
B B

should be provided whenever possible. When space cannot be provided, ensure that nothing is placed in the immediate vicinity which could obstruct the air flow.
AIR FLOW A A AIR FLOW A

50mm

Rear view

50mm

B

B

B

Fig. 3.5.1

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Installing the Stand-alone Type Control Unit

Air is fed into the bottom of the unit and output from the fan motor mounted on the top of the unit. The spaces shown in Fig. 3.6.2 (areas A and B ) are always required to ensure smooth air flow. Also, adequate service access space is required in front of and at the top of the unit so that printed circuit boards and the fan motor can be replaced easily if necessary. There is a spare connector located at the far end (at middle height) on the right side of the control unit. This connector is used for control unit testing and other purposes. Therefore, space (area C ) for handling the connector is required.
Space for air flow, and access area for fan unit replacement 2-slot rack: Approx. 65 4-slot rack: Approx. 95 A

30

Approx. 180 A

50

Access space for spare connector

380

C

Spare connector

50

B

B

80
Sufficient space for replacing a printed circuit board is required.
Fig. 3.5.2

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TIGHTENING TORQUE FOR FASTENING UNITS AND GROUND TERMINALS

The following table lists the tightening torque for screws and nuts used to fasten the units (except those having molded mounting parts) explained herein and ground terminals in the units.
Screw and nut diameter Tightening torque

M3 M4

0.8 to 1.0 N?m 1.6 to 2.0 N?m

The following table lists the tightening torque for screws and nuts used to fasten those units having molded mounting parts, such as stand-alone control units and separate detector interface units.
Screw and nut diameter Tightening torque

M4 M5

1.1 to 1.5 N?m 2.4 to 2.8 N?m

CAUTION Be sure to observe the rules listed above when tightening screws. If screws are tightened too weakly or too strongly, it is likely that the unit may drop, break, or malfunction. For units having a touch panel in particular, be sure to observe the above rules. Failing to observe them can cause the touch panel to malfunction. NOTE For units having different installation conditions specified herein, observe them first.

3.7

DUSTPROOF MEASURES FOR CABINETS AND PENDANT BOXES

When designing and manufacturing cabinets or pendant boxes for housing displays and operator’s panels, they are requested to observe the following cautions to make their structures resistant to intrusion of dust, cutting chips, coolant, organic solvent, and oil mist because these cabinets and pendant boxes are susceptible to them. 1) The cabinet and pendant box must be of a hermetically sealed structure. 2) Apply packing to the panel mounting surface to which a display and operator's panel are to be mounted. 3) Make sure that the door packing of the cabinet and pendant box is sealed firmly. 4) For a cabinet or pendant box with a rear cover, apply packing to the mounting surface. 5) Make sure that the cable entrance is sealed with packing, connectors for conduits, etc. 6) Make sure that all other openings are blocked, if any. 7) Pay due consideration to keep the display and operator’s panel from direct exposure to cutting chips and coolant; do not let any coolant come into contact with them. 8) Coolant can readily form puddles on the cabinet and pendant box and may drop on the panel surface of the display and operator’s panel. Use such a structure that can prevent coolant from forming puddles on the display and operator’s panel or dropping on the panel surface.

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WARNING Coolants containing sulfur or chlorine at a high activation level, oil-free coolants called synthetic, and water-soluble coolants at a high alkali level, in particular, can largely affect the CNC and peripheral units. Please note that, even if consideration is taken to protect them from direct exposure to these coolants, the following trouble is likely to occur. - Coolants containing sulfur or chlorine at a high activation level Some coolants containing sulfur or chlorine are at an extremely high activity level. If such a coolant adheres to the CNC or peripheral units, it reacts chemically with a material, such as resin, of equipment, possibly leading to corrosion or deterioration. If it gets in the CNC or a peripheral unit, it corrodes metals, such as copper and silver, used as component materials, possibly leading to a defective component. - Synthetic-type coolants having a high permeability Some synthetic-type coolants whose lubricating component is, for example, PAG (polyalkylene glycol) have an extremely high permeability. If such a coolant is used even in equipment having a high closeness, it can readily flow into the equipment through, for example, gaskets, or packing. It is likely that, if the coolant gets in the CNC or a peripheral unit, it may deteriorate the insulation and damage the components. - Water-soluble coolants at a high alkali level Some coolants whose pH is increased using alkanolamine are so strong alkali that its standard dilution will lead to pH10 or higher. If such a coolant spatters over the surface of the CNC or peripheral unit, it reacts chemically with a material, such as resin, possibly leading to corrosion or deterioration.

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When making screw holes in packing, be careful not to cut to the edge of the packing. Any extra cut can let coolant get in the cabinet through the screw hole, causing trouble.

Packing Screw hole

*) When making screw holes in packing, be careful not to cut to the edge of the packing.

Any extra cut can let coolant get in the cabinet through the screw hole. Packing Screw hole

Packing for LCD units, MDI units, and standard machine operator’s panels
Observe the following rough standards for the thickness and hardness of packing used with LCD units (included LCD-mounted control units or display units), MDI units, and standard machine operator’s panels. Thickness Hardness : 1.4mm(including double-stick tape) : 8(Asker C)

The following models of packing can be purchased from FANUC. These models are electrically conductive. When they are used to mount a unit on a cabinet or pendant box, they leave no electrical gap between the unit and cabinet or pendant box, being effective in electromagnetic wave shielding and EMC measures.
Ordering information Use

A02B-0323-K302 A02B-0323-K301 A02B-0323-K300 A02B-0323-K304 A02B-0323-K306 A02B-0323-K310 A02B-0323-K313 A02B-0323-K314 A02B-0323-K315 A02B-0323-K320

For 8.4” LCD unit, for standard MDI unit (ONG 8.4” LCD unit) For 10.4” LCD unit, for standard MDI unit (ONG vertical type) For 12.1” LCD unit For 15” LCD unit For display unit for automotive For standard MDI unit (ONG vertical type) For small MDI unit (ONG 8.4” LCD unit) For standard MDI unit (QWERTY) For standard MDI unit (QWERTY type B) For main panel of standard machine operator’s panel

CAUTION 1 We have evaluated the above models of packing for many different coolants. However, we do not necessarily guarantee that they are resistant to all coolants. They are not resistant to, for example, coolants containing sulfur or chlorine at a high activation level and water-soluble coolants at a high alkali level. 2 When attaching these models of packing, observe the cautions provided together with them.
When using packing to install a LCD unit, MDI unit, or standard machine operator’s panel in a cabinet or pendant box, be careful not to pinch the packing between the mounting surface of the cabinet or pendant box and the brim of the unit being installed.

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When attaching packing, be careful not to pinch it.

Cabinet, pendant box

LCD unit, MDI unit, standard machine operator’s panel

Packing

3.8

LCD PROTECTION COVER

FANUC offers LCD-mounted control units and display units having a protection cover for the LCD screen and soft keys on their front surface. The protection cover can be purchased also on an unbundling basis.

CAUTION Do not install the LCD-mounted control unit and the display unit in such a place that coolant would directly fall onto the unit. Be sure to attach a protection cover to the LCD-mounted control unit and the display unit if they will be used in an environment where it is anticipated that coolant may scatter over them, for example, an environment with a relatively dense oil mist.

3.9

ATTACHING SCREW CAPS

After mounting any of the LCD-mounted control unit, display unit, MDI unit, and machine operator’s panel main panel, which are supposed to be mounted on the front of a cabinet or pendant box using M3 screws, attach screw caps to the screw mounting hole at every corner.

Dent

CAUTION When attaching screw caps, pay due attention to the dent in them and be careful not leave any gap. Otherwise, coolant may get in the equipment, causing trouble.

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POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION
24 VDC POWER (INSULATION AC/DC CONVERTOR)
Connecting 24 VDC Power

Prepare a 24 VDC power supply (insulation AC/DC converter) and supply power to the 24 VDC input of the control unit and peripheral units, such as I/O units. It is recommended to provide an ON/OFF circuit external to the 24 VDC power supply as shown in Fig. 4.1.1(a) so that it can turn on and off the AC input to the 24 VDC power supply. It is also recommended to use a separate 24 VDC power supply for any unit whose load fluctuates largely or which may generate noise, in order to minimize effect of noise and voltage variation to the control unit or peripheral unit.
Main circuit breaker AC input Magnetic AC line contactor filter Power supply 3-phase 200VAC for power line SV Control unit

24 VDC input for control

24VDC input

ON/OFF circuit

24VDC power supply

24VDC power supply

Peripheral unit such as an I/O unit

24VDC power supply

Device with large noise or load fluctuations

Fig. 4.1.1 (a) Example of recommended 24 VDC power supply connection

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CAUTION When the ON/OFF circuit is provided on the DC side of a 24 VDC power supply, on-time rush current imposes an extremely heavy burden on the relay contact in the ON/OFF circuit compared with the time when the ON/OFF circuit is provided on the AC side. So, it is necessary to select a relay that is highly resistant to rush current. In general, a relay having a high current rating and being large in size should be selected. In the connection shown in Fig. 4.1.1(b), for example, use a separate 24 VDC power supply if voltage variation due to abrupt changes in the load or rush current may transiently exceed the rated input voltage range (24 VDC ±10%) for the control unit or peripheral unit. As for a control unit having the personal computer function with Windows? XP, it is likely that input AC shut-down, such as power failure or dip, may corrupt the contents of the hard disk or CF card. So, read the PANELi Connection and Maintenance Manual (B-64223EN) carefully and understand its contents sufficiently.
Example 1 Control unit or peripheral unit

AC input

24VDC power supply

Unit with high load fluctuation

Example 2 Control unit or peripheral unit

AC input

24VDC power supply

Unit with high rush current

Fig. 4.1.1 (b) Example of connection with high transient voltage variation

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NOTE Try as much as possible to avoid the configuration shown in Fig. 4.1.1(b) even when load fluctuation and rush current are low. In a configuration where two or more units are connected to the same 24 VDC power supply, the control unit will not be able to start, thus failing to issue an alarm, if the power supply fails to operate because of a fault in a unit other than the control unit. For this reason, it is likely that it may take time to locate the fault. If the 24 VDC power supply for the control unit and peripheral units must be connected also to another unit because of a limited space in the power magnetics cabinet, insert a noise filter before the 24 VDC input for the control unit and peripheral units in order to prevent noise from the 24 VDC power supply from entering the control unit and peripheral units after paying due consideration to the voltage variation resulting from load fluctuation or rush current. (Recommended noise filter: ZGB2203-01U manufactured by TDK)

4.1.2

24 VDC Power Supply Specification

Specifications of recommended 24 VDC power supply: Output voltage: +24V±10% (21.6V to 26.4V) (In the 24 VDC input for the control unit and peripheral units, ripple voltage and noise are contained. See Fig. 4.1.2.) Output current: The continuous load current of the 24 VDC power supply is higher than or equal to the current used by the control unit and peripheral units that are connected to the power supply. (At the maximum temperature inside the power magnetics cabinet in which the power supply is located. See Subsection 4.1.3.) Load fluctuations (including rush current): The output voltage must not go out of the above range due to load fluctuations by external DO and other factors. Instantaneous input interruption retention time: 10 ms or more (for -100%), 20 ms or more (for -50%) Safety standard UL 60950-1, CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1, EN60950-1 approved Noise voltage at terminal/electrical field intensity of noise EN55011/EN55022-B, FCC-B, VCCI-B compliant

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Instantaneous interruption (-50%) 20mS

AC input voltage

26.4V Output voltage 21.6V Abrupt load change Output current 0A

Example of ripple voltage and noise due to switching power supply 26.4V Noise

In the 24 VDC input for the control unit and peripheral units, noise and ripple voltage must fall within this range.

Ripple voltage

Noise 21.6V

Fig. 4.1.2 (a) Timing chart

CAUTION Do not use any power supply circuit, consisting of a capacitor and rectifier circuit, like one shown in Fig. 4.1.2 (b), because it cannot maintain a voltage of 24 VDC (the voltage falls to 21.6 V or below in each 24 VDC input for the control unit and peripheral units) due to instantaneous interruption or voltage variation in the AC input. Instead, use a voltage regulator.

AC input

Rectifier circuit (*)

Control unit and other units

(*) The rectifier circuit here refers to a diode-based full-wave rectifier circuit or the like.

Fig. 4.1.2 (b) Example of a power supply circuit that cannot maintain 24 VDC

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Power Capacity of 24 VDC Power Supplies

The 24 VDC power supply for the control unit and peripheral units must have the power capacity that can supply current required by them. Calculate the power capacity required of each 24 VDC power supply according to what control unit and options are connected to the power supply while referencing Table 4.1.3.
Table 4.1.3 Power capacity Unit LCD-mounted type control unit With 8.4”LCD unit, 10.4”LCD unit A With 10.4”LCD unit B With 15”LCD unit Additional power capacity from a control unit having communication features Stand-alone type control unit DeviceNet card Optional board Additional axis board Fast Ethernet board HSSB interface board PROFIBUS-DP master board PROFIBUS-DP slave board DeviceNet master board DeviceNet slave board CC-Link remote device station board Display unit for 10.4”LCD unit A stand-alone type 10.4”LCD unit A (the first display unit when two are used) control unit 10.4”LCD unit A (the second display unit when two are used) 10.4”LCD unit B 15”LCD unit Display unit for automotive MDI units Power capacity 1.6A 1.8A 2.4A +0.1A 1.6A 0.1A 0.3A 0.1A 0.2A 0.2A 0.1A 0.1A 0.1A 0.1A 0.7A 0.7A 0.4A 1.1A 1.7A 1.7A 0A Remarks Note 1) Note 1) Note 1)

Note 1)

NOTE 1 Each power capacity listed above does not include that of option boards or the DeviceNet card. 2 When connecting the RS-232C device which will draw power from the control unit, add the power capacity that the device requires to the listed power capacity. 3 Limit the total power consumption of memory cards and USB memories to within 2 W. 4 See Chapter 6 for the power capacity of the separate detector interface unit. 5 See Chapter 8 for the power capacity of I/O units. 6 See Chapter 11 for the power capacity of the control units having the personal computer function with Windows? CE. 7 Refer to the PANEL i Connection and Maintenance Manual (B-64223EN) for the power capacity of the PANEL i. 8 Selecting 24 VDC power supplies impose restrictions besides their power capacity. Be sure to read also Subsection 4.1.2.

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WARNING If the machine tool of interest has a vertical axis, it is necessary to select a 24 VDC power supply that can hold its output of 24 VDC for a prolonged time even after the AC input has been interrupted (including power failure and instantaneous power interruption) in order to keep a possible fall along the vertical axis within an acceptable range. The control unit deenergizes servo circuits if its 24 VDC input falls to 21.6 V or below. For this reason, failing to maintain the 24 VDC input to the control unit for a satisfactory period after the AC input has been interrupted may lead to a larger amount of fall along the vertical axis, depending on a peripheral circuit in use, because the servo for the vertical axis is deenergized before the peripheral circuit detects an AC input interruption and activates the brake. In general, selecting a 24 VDC power supply having a power capacity with a wide margin would prolong the hold time of the 24 VDC output after an AC input interruption.

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4.2.1
1 2 3

TURNING ON AND OFF THE POWER TO THE CONTROL UNIT
Power-on Sequence

Turn on the power to all the units at the same time, or in the following sequence:
Power to the overall machine (AC input) Servo amplifier control power supply (24VDC) Power to the slave I/O units connected via the I/O Link or I/O Link i, the separate detector interface unit, and the display unit for stand-alone type control unit (24 VDC), power to the control unit (24 VDC), power to the separate detector (scale)

The expression “the same time” here means that the power to the units mentioned in Steps 1 and 2 above has been turned on at least within 500 ms after the 24 VDC power supply for the control unit mentioned in Step 3 above has been turned on. The power to each unit mentioned in Step 3 must have been turned on within a period between 200 ms before the 24 VDC power supply for the control unit is turned on and 500 ms after that time.
Power to the overall machine Servo amplifier control power supply ON OFF ON OFF t2 Power to peripheral units (including Power Mate i) ON OFF t3

t1

Power to the control unit

Fig. 4.2.1

t1:-500ms It is meant that the power to the overall machine and the servo amplifier control power are turned on at least within 500 ms after the control unit power has been turned on. t2: 200ms It is meant that the power to peripheral units (including Power Mate i) is turned on not earlier than 200 ms before the control unit power is turned on. t3:-500ms It is meant that the power to peripheral units (including Power Mate i) is turned on not earlier than 500 ms before the control unit power is turned on.

NOTE Leave each of the memory backup battery (3 VDC) and separate absolute pulse coder battery (6 VDC) connected regardless of whether the control unit power is on or off. Removing these batteries with the control unit power turned off can corrupt parameters and programs in the control unit as well as position data in the pulse coder. See Subsection 4.4.1 for explanations about how to replace the memory backup battery. See Subsection 4.4.2 for explanations about how to replace the separate absolute pulse coder battery.

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4 5 6

Power-off Sequence

Turn off the power to all the units at the same time, or in the following sequence:
Power to the slave I/O units connected via the I/O Link or I/O Link i, the separate detector interface unit, and the display unit for stand-alone type control unit (24 VDC), power to the control unit (24 VDC) Servo amplifier control power supply (24 VDC), power to the separate detector (scale) Power to the overall machine (AC input)

The expression “the same time” here means that there is no problem even if the power to the units mentioned in Steps 5 and 6 above is turned off not earlier than 500 ms before the power to the control unit mentioned in Step 4 above is turned off. If the power to the units mentioned in Steps 5 and 6 is turned off earlier, alarm information is left in the control unit. In addition, the power to each peripheral unit mentioned in Step 4 above must be turned off not earlier than 500 ms before the power to the control unit is turned off. Otherwise, alarm information is left in the control unit.
ON Power to peripheral units (including Power Mate i) OFF

t4

ON Power to the control unit OFF t4 Servo amplifier control power supply ON Power to the overall machine OFF

Fig. 4.2.2

t4:500ms It is meant that the power of interest is turned off not earlier than 500 ms before the power to the control unit is turned off.

CAUTION The power to the control unit cannot be turned on or off with peripheral units supplied with power. Before turning off the power to the control unit, be sure to turn off the power to the units (such as slave I/O units connected via the I/O Link i or I/O Link, the I/O Link i, I/O Link-equipped βi series servo amplifier, Power Mate i, separate detector I/F units, display units for stand-alone type control unit, servo amplifier control power, and separate detectors (scale)) connected to the control unit.

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WARNING It is impossible for the control side to control motors if the power supply is off or there is no AC input (including power failure). It is necessary for the machine side to perform any necessary processing. If the control unit is used to control a vertical axis, for example, provide the motor with a brake mechanism to prevent a fall along the vertical axis. The brake should be controlled in such a way that the motor is clamped when the servo has not be started or when the motor is not supposed to rotate and unclamped only when it is supposed to rotate. It is common practice to clamp servo motors when the servo axes cannot be controlled because of the power supply being off or of a power failure. Even with this common practice, a fall may occur along a controlled axis before the relay works. So, it is necessary to examine whether the fall distance poses any problem. Power-off: Before turning off the control unit power, be sure to apply the brake to clamp the motor. Power failure: On detecting a power failure, apply the brake quickly. Turning off the control unit power results in the servo being deenergized. So, select a 24 VDC power supply that can maintain its 24 VDC output for a prolonged time after an AC input interruption.

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CABLE FOR POWER SUPPLY TO CONTROL UNIT
Control unit CPD16A or CPD19A 1 2 3 +24V 0V GND Cable CPD16A or CPD19A Tyco Electronics 1-178288-3 (housing) 1-175218-5 (contact) +24V (1) 0V (2) Recommended cable: A02B-0124-K830(5m) (Crimp terminal of size M3 is available on the 24VDC power supply side) 24VDC stabilized power 24VDC ±10% 24VDC power supply

Supply the power to the control unit from a 24 VDC power supply.

Use terminals that match 24VDC power 24 VDC power. supply +24V 0V FG Interconnect 0V and FG, and ground them.

In the stand-alone type control unit, a voltage of 24 VDC once input to CPD19A can be branched out from CPD19B. The terminal arrangement of CPD19B is shown below. With this configuration, it is necessary for the 24 VDC power supply to supply as much current to CPD19A as the total of that required by the control unit and that required by external devices connected to CPD19B. The current-carrying capacity of CPD19B is 1.0 A.
Control unit CPD19B 1 2 3 +24V 0V External device

Cable CPD19B Tyco Electronics 2-178288-3 (housing) 1-175218-5 (contact) +24V (1) 0V (2)

Use terminals that match external devices used.

External device

4.4

BATTERIES

A system using this control unit uses batteries in the places listed below. Refer to the FANUC PANEL i Connection and Maintenance Manual (B-64223EN) for explanations about the batteries used for the PANEL i. Used batteries must be discarded according to appropriate local ordinances or rules. When discarding batteries, insulate them by using tape and so forth to prevent the battery terminals from short-circuiting.
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4.4.1

Battery for Memory Backup in the Control Unit (3 VDC)

Offset data, and system parameters are stored in SRAM in the control unit. The SRAM power is backed up with the memory backup batteries held in the control unit. When the voltage of the battery becomes low, alarm message "BAT" blinks on the LCD screen and the battery alarm signal is output to the PMC. Upon the alarm, replace the battery as soon as possible. The rough standard for the replacement limit is one week. However, how long the battery lasts after the alarm varies, depending on the system configuration of interest. If the voltage of the battery becomes any lower, memory can no longer be backed up. Turning on the power to the control unit in this state causes system alarm to occur because the contents of memory are lost. Clear the entire memory and reenter data after replacing the battery. FANUC thus recommends that the battery be replaced periodically, once a year, regardless of whether a battery alarm is issued. The following two kinds of batteries can be used. ? Lithium battery built into the CNC control unit. ? Alkaline dry cell (size D) inserted in an external battery case attached to the control unit.

NOTE Before shipped from FANUC, the control unit is equipped with a lithium battery set as default. With this lithium battery, memory contents can be preserved for one year.

4.4.1.1

Replacing the lithium battery

For LCD-mounted type control unit
Prepare a new lithium battery (ordering code: A02B-0323-K102). (1) Turn on the power to the machine (control unit). After about 30 seconds, turn off the power. (2) Take out the lithium battery from the rear of the control unit (by holding the latch of the lithium battery and pulling it up while unlatching the claw held in the case).
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(3) Insert a new lithium battery, prepared in advance, into the battery case (by pushing it in until the claw of the lithium battery fits in the case). Make sure that the claw is latched securely.

Push the unit in until the claw is latched into the case.

WARNING It is likely that the lithium battery may explode unless it is replaced correctly. Do not use any battery other than the specified one (A02B-0323-K102). CAUTION Steps (1) to (3) should be completed within 30 minutes. Do not leave the control unit without a battery for any longer than the specified period. Otherwise, the contents of SRAM may be lost. Before starting battery replacement, save the SRAM contents in a batch. They can be restored easily even if they are lost. Refer to the Maintenance Manual (B-64485EN) for explanations about how to save and restore SRAM contents in a batch. NOTE Discard used batteries as “industrial waste” according to the rules and ordinances of the country where the machine is installed and of the local government that has jurisdiction over the location of the machine. When discarding them, insulate the battery terminals with tape or the like to protect them from short-circuiting.

For stand-alone type control unit
Prepare a new lithium battery (ordering code: A02B-0200-K102). (1) Turn on the power to the machine (control unit). After about 30 seconds, turn off the power. (2) Remove the lithium battery from top of the control unit. First, pull the lithium battery cable to detach the connector. Then, take out the lithium battery from the battery case. The battery case is on top of the main board face plate. (3) After lithium battery replacement, attach the connector.

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WARNING It is likely that the lithium battery may explode unless it is replaced correctly. Do not use any battery other than the specified one (A02B-0200-K102). CAUTION Steps (1) to (3) should be completed within 30 minutes. Do not leave the control unit without a battery for any longer than the specified period. Otherwise, the contents of SRAM may be lost. Before starting battery replacement, save the SRAM contents in a batch. They can be restored easily even if they are lost. Refer to the Maintenance Manual (B-64485EN) for explanations about how to save and restore SRAM contents in a batch. NOTE Discard used batteries as “industrial waste” according to the rules and ordinances of the country where the machine is installed and of the local government that has jurisdiction over the location of the machine. When discarding them, insulate the battery terminals with tape or the like to protect them from short-circuiting.

4.4.1.2

Replacing commercially available alkaline dry cells (size D)

In place of the built-in lithium battery in the control unit, commercially available alkaline dry cells (size D) can be used by installing a battery case outside the control unit and inserting the dry cells in the case.

How to connect the battery case to the control unit
For the LCD-mounted type control unit, connect the battery cable (A02B-0323-K103) to the battery case (A02B-0236-C282). For the stand-alone type control unit, use the battery case (A02B-0236-C281), which comes with the battery cable attached.

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Example of connecting the battery case to the control unit (LCD-mounted type)

NOTE 1 The battery cable is engaged with its connector using a simple lock mechanism. Fasten the cable at a length of 500 mm or smaller measured from the connector with some slack so that the connector will not be disengaged due to the weight or tension of the cable. 2 Keep the battery cable away from any possible noise source, such as power wires.

Replacing the alkaline dry cells (size D)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Prepare two new alkaline dry cells (size D). Turn on the power to the machine (control unit). Remove the battery case cover. Replace the batteries, paying careful attention to their orientation. Replace the battery case cover.

CAUTION To replace the battery when the power is off, follow the same procedure as that for the replacement of a lithium battery, described above.

Dry cell × 2 Cover

Connection terminal on the rear

Mounting hole ×4 Battery case

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Battery for Separate Absolute Pulsecoders (6VDC)

? ? ?

The absolute Pulsecoder uses a battery because it must hold data on absolute positions. When the voltage of the batteries for absolute Pulsecoders becomes low, alarm 307 or 306 occurs, with the following indication in the CNC state display at the bottom of the CNC screen. Alarm 308 (alarm 2 indicating the voltage of the battery becomes low) : The indication "APC" blinks in reversed display. Alarm 307 (alarm indicating the voltage of the battery becomes low) : The indication "APC" blinks in reversed display. Alarm 306 (battery zero alarm) : The indication "ALM" blinks in reversed display. When alarm 307 (alarm indicating the voltage of the battery becomes low) occurs, replace the battery as soon as possible. In general, the battery should be replaced within one or two weeks, however, this depends on the number of Pulsecoders used. When alarm 306 (battery zero alarm) occurs, Pulsecoders are reset to the initial state, in which absolute positions are not held. Alarm 300 (reference position return request alarm) also occurs, indicating that reference position return is required. In general, replace the batteries periodically within the service life listed below. A06B-6050-K061 or D-size alkaline dry cells (LR20) : Two years (for each six-axis configuration) A06B-6073-K001 : Two years (for each three-axis configuration) A06B-6114-K504 : One year (for each three-axis configuration)

NOTE The above values indicate the estimated service life of batteries used with FANUC absolute Pulsecoders. The actual battery service life depends on the machine configuration based on, for example, detector types. For details, contact the machine tool builder.

Replacing batteries
To prevent absolute position information in absolute Pulsecoders from being lost, turn on the machine power before replacing the battery. The replacement procedure is described below. <1> Ensure that the power to the servo amplifier is turned on. <2> Ensure that the machine is in the emergency stop state (the motor is inactive). <3> Ensure that the DC link charge LED of the servo amplifier is off. <4> Detach the old batteries and attach new ones.

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? ?

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WARNING The absolute Pulsecoder of each of the αi/αi S series servo motors and the βi S series servo motors (βi S0.4 to βi S22) has a built-in backup capacitor. Therefore, even when the power to the servo amplifier is off and the batteries are replaced, reference position return is not required if the replacement completes within less than 10 minutes. Turn the power on and replace the batteries if the replacement will take 10 minutes or more. To prevent electric shock, be careful not to touch metal parts in the power magnetics cabinet when replacing the batteries. Because the servo amplifier uses a large-capacitance electrolytic capacitor internally, the servo amplifier remains charged for a while even after the power is turned off. Before touching the servo amplifier for maintenance or other purposes, ensure your safety by measuring the residual voltage in the DC link with a tester and confirming that the charge indication LED (red) is off. Be sure to replace the batteries with specified ones. Pay attention to the battery polarity. If a wrong type of battery is used or a battery is installed with incorrect polarity, the battery may overheat, blow out, or catch fire, or the absolute position information in the absolute Pulsecoders may be lost. Ensure that the battery connector is inserted in the correct position.

How to insert batteries into the battery case
Use the following procedure to replace the batteries in the battery case. <1> Loosen the screws on the battery case and detach the cover. <2> Replace the batteries in the case (pay attention to the polarity). <3> Attach the cover to the battery case.
Battery case (with a cover) A06B-6050-K060

Batteries Four A06B-6050-K061 batteries or D-size alkaline dry cells

CAUTION Four D-size alkaline dry cells (LR20) that are commercially available can be ? used as batteries. A set of four A06B-6050-K061 batteries is optionally available from FANUC. ? Replace all the four batteries with new ones. If old and new batteries are mixed, the absolute position information in the absolute Pulsecoders may be lost. ? When connecting batteries, pay due attention to their polarity. If they are connected in reverse polarity, it is likely that they may get hot, explode, or catch fire. In addition, it is also likely that information on absolute positions may be lost from the absolute Pulsecoder.

4.4.3

Battery for Absolute Pulse Coder Built into the Motor (6VDC)

The battery for the absolute pulse coder built into the motor is installed in the servo amplifier. Explanations about how to connect and replace the battery, refer to the maintenance manual for the servo amplifier in use.
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5.1
5.1.1

CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS
CONNECTION BETWEEN THE LCD-MOUNTED TYPE CONTROL UNIT AND MDI UNIT
Connection Diagram
LCD-mounted type control unit

CA55

CK27 MDI cable

MDI unit

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Connection with the MDI Unit
Control unit
CK27

Recommended MDI unit connector
PCR-E20FA(Honda Tsushin Kogyo) FI30-20S(Hirose Electric) FCN-247J020-G/E(FUJITSU COMPONENT) 52622-2011(Molex)

CK27

A02B-0236-K813(45cm) A02B-0236-K814(1.5m)
, Maximum cable length : 20m)

NOTE For MDI cable connector mating on the CA55 side, a simple lock mechanism is employed. Ensure that a load greater than 1 kg is not applied to the connectors. Moreover, clamp the cable so that excessive force is not applied due to vibration. However, shielding and clamping are not required for a cable of up to 50 cm.

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Key Layout of MDI Unit

For Lathe (T series)
Standard MDI unit (ONG keys)
Help key Reset key Address/numeric keys

Edit keys

Cancel (CAN) key Case shift key Shift key AUX key CTRL key Input key

ALT key TAB key

Page change keys

Cursor keys

Function keys

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Small MDI unit (ONG keys)
Address keys/Numeric keys

Cancel (CAN) key Input key Function keys Shift key

Help key Page change keys Reset key

Edit keys

Cursor keys

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For Machining center (M series)
Standard MDI unit (ONG keys)
Help key Reset key Address/numeric keys

Edit keys

Cancel (CAN) key Case shift key Shift key AUX key CTRL key Input key

ALT key TAB key

Page change keys

Cursor keys

Function keys

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Small MDI unit (ONG keys)
Address/numeric keys

Cancel (CAN) key Input key Function keys Shift key

Help key Page change keys Reset key

Edit keys

Cursor keys

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Common to lathe system / machining center system
Standard MDI unit (QWERTY keys)
Help key Function keys

Reset key

Address keys Numeric keys Case shift key AUX key CTRL key Shift key ALT key TAB key Input key

Page change keys

Cursor keys

Edit keys

Cancel (CAN) key

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Standard MDI unit (QWERTY type B keys)
Reset key Case shift key Help key Function keys Edit keys Numeric keys

Address keys

CTRL key ALT key TAB key Input key Cancel (CAN) key

AUX key

Shift key

Cursor keys Page change keys

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5.2
5.2.1

CONNECTION BETWEEN THE STAND-ALONE TYPE CONTROL UNIT AND DISPLAY UNIT AND BETWEEN THE DISPLAY UNIT AND MDI UNIT
Overview

This subsection describes connection between the stand-alone type control unit and display unit. It also describes connection between the display unit and MDI unit.

5.2.2

With the 10.4” Display Unit
Stand-alone type control unit Optical fiber cable COP21A External power supply 24VDC±10% COP21B CP1A CP1B CA55

Display unit

MDI unit CK27

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Connection to the control unit and power supply
An optical fiber cable is used to make the connection between the control unit and display unit. For details of the optical fiber cable, see Appendix D. Supply the power to the display unit from an external 24 VDC power supply.
Display unit CP1A 1 2 3 +24V 0V GND Cable CP1A Tyco Electronics 1-178288-3 (housing) 1-175218-5 (contact) +24V (1) 0V (2) 24VDC stabilized power 24VDC ±10% 24VDC power supply

Use a terminal available with the 24 VDC power 24VDC power supply supply. +24V 0V FG Make a jumper between 0 V and FG to connect ground.

Recommended cable : A02B-0124-K830(5m) (Crimp terminal of size M3 is available on the 24VDC power supply side)

Part of the 24 VDC power input to CP1A can be taken out from CP1B by branching. CP1B connection is as shown below. In this case, the rating of the external 24 VDC power supplied to CP1A must be the sum of the power consumed within the display unit and that supplied to external equipment via CP1B. Up to 1.0 A can be supplied to the external equipment.
Display unit CP1B 1 2 3 +24V 0V External device

Cable CP1B Tyco Electronics 2-178288-3 (housing) 1-175218-5 (contact) +24V (1) 0V (2)

Use terminals that match External external devices used. device

Connection to the MDI unit
For the connection between the connector (CA55) on the display unit and that (CK27) on the MDI unit, see Section 5.1, “Connection between the LCD-mounted Type Control Unit and MDI Unit”. With the LCD-mounted type control unit, the connector (CA55) is located on the back of the control unit. With the stand-alone type control unit, the connector is located on the back of the display unit.

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5.2.3
5.2.3.1

With Two Display Units Each connection
External power supply 24VDC±10% External power supply 24VDC±10% 1st display unit
CP1A CP1B CA55 DISPLAY (COP21A)
Optical fiber cable

Stand-alone type control unit 24V-IN (CPD19A)

MDI unit
MDI cable
CK27

COP21B JA73 CA103

24-V power cable

External power supply 24VDC±10%

Video cable between units MDI cable between units CA103 JA73

MDI unit
CA55 CP1A CP1B MDI cable
CK27

2nddisplay unit

Connection to the control unit, between display units, and to the power supply
An optical fiber cable is used to make the connection between the control unit and 1st display unit. Video and MDI cables between units are used to make the connection between the 1st and 2nd display units. For details of the optical fiber cable, see Appendix D. Connect cables between units as follows. The maximum length of a cable between the 1st and 2nd display units is 50 m.

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Connection of the MDI cable between units
1st display unit JA73 PCR-E20MDA 1 *KEY00 2 *KEY02 3 *KEY04 4 *KEY06 5 *COM00 6 *COM02 7 *COM04 8 *COM06 9 *COM08 10 *COM10 2nd display unit JA73 PCR-E20MDA 1 *KEY00 2 *KEY02 3 *KEY04 4 *KEY06 5 *COM00 6 *COM02 7 *COM04 8 *COM06 9 *COM08 10 *COM10

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*KEY01 *KEY03 *KEY05 *KEY07 *COM01 *COM03 *COM05 *COM07 *COM09 *COM11

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

*KEY01 *KEY03 *KEY05 *KEY07 *COM01 *COM03 *COM05 *COM07 *COM09 *COM11

Cable *KEY00 *KEY02 *KEY04 *KEY06 *COM00 *COM02 *COM04 *COM06 *COM08 *COM10 *KEY01 *KEY03 *KEY05 *KEY07 *COM01 *COM03 *COM05 *COM07 *COM09 *COM11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Shield Ground the shield of the cable near each display unit. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 *KEY00 *KEY02 *KEY04 *KEY06 *COM00 *COM02 *COM04 *COM06 *COM08 *COM10 *KEY01 *KEY03 *KEY05 *KEY07 *COM01 *COM03 *COM05 *COM07 *COM09 *COM11

Ground plate

Ground plate

Recommended cable: A02B-0323-K865 (50m) A02B-0303-K848 (30m) A02B-0303-K845 (20m) A02B-0303-K846 (10m) A02B-0303-K847 (5m) Recommended cable–side connectors (JA73): PCR-E20FA (Honda Tsushin Kogyo Co., Ltd.) FI30-20S (Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.) Recommended wire specification: A66L-0001-0284#10P(#28AWG × 10 pairs, maximum cable length: 50m)

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Connection of the video cable between units
If a severe noise environment is expected or the length of the video cable between units is longer than 30 m, be sure to mount a ferrite core (A02B-0323-K869) between the 2nd display unit and ground plate on the 2nd display unit.

1st display unit CA103 DV2R024N11
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DVI2M DVI2P 0V *BLOFFP *BLOFFM 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DVI1M DVI1P 0V *RGBENM *RGBENP 0V 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 DVI0M DVI0P 0V

2nd display unit CA103 DV2R024N11
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DVI2M DVI2P 0V *BLOFFP *BLOFFM 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DVI1M DVI1P 0V *RGBENM *RGBENP 0V 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 DVI0M DVI0P 0V

0V

0V DVICK1P DVICK1M

0V

0V DVICK1P DVICK1M

Cable DVI2M DVI2P 0V DVI1M DVI1P 0V DVI0M DVI0P 0V DVICKP DVICKM 0V *BLOFFP *BLOFFM *RGBENM *RGBENP 0V 0V (Connector frame)

1 2 3 9 10 11 17 18 19 23 24 22 4 5 12 13 15 8 Shield

1 2 3 9 10 11 17 18 19 23 24 22 4 5 12 13 15 8

DVI2M DVI2P 0V DVI1M DVI1P 0V DVI0M DVI0P 0V DVICKP DVICKM 0V *BLOFFP *BLOFFM *RGBENM *RGBENP 0V 0V (Connector frame)

Ground plate Recommended cable: A02B-0323-K860 (50m) A02B-0303-K843 (30m) A02B-0303-K840 (20m) A02B-0303-K841 (10m) A02B-0303-K842 (5m) Recommended cable–side connectors (CA103): DV2P024M11 (connector)(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry) D045-51839 (housing)(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry) Recommended wire specification: A66L-0001-0511 (Maximum cable length: 50m)

Ground plate Ground the shield of the cable near each display unit.

When connecting the video cable between units to each display unit, fix the cable with the cable support plate attached with the unit.

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Supply the power to the display unit from an external 24 VDC power supply.
Display unit CP1A(X) 1 2 3 +24V 0V GND Cable CP1A(X) Tyco Electronics 1-178288-3 (housing) 1-175218-5 (contact) +24V (1) 0V (2) 24VDC stabilized power 24VDC ±10% 24VDC power supply

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0V FG Make a jumper between 0 V and FG to connect ground. Recommended cable : A02B-0124-K830(5m) (Crimp terminal of size M3 is available on the 24VDC power supply side)

To share a power supply between the 1st and 2nd display units, see the figure below.
1st display unit CP1B (Y) 1 2 3 +24V 0V 2nd display unit CP1A (X) 1 2 3 +24V 0V

Cable CP1B (Y) Tyco Electronics 2-178288-3 (housing) 1-175218-5 (contact) +24V (1) 0V(2) CP1A (X) Tyco Electronics 1-178288-3 (housing) 1-175218-5 (contact) +24V (1) 0V(2)

NOTE For power-on and -off timing, see Section 4.2, “TURNING ON AND OFF THE POWER TO THE CONTROL UNIT”. Make connection so that 24 VDC ±10% power is also supplied to the 2nd display unit in the same way as for the 1st display unit.

Connection to the MDI unit
For the connection between the connector (CA55) on the display unit and that (CK27) on the MDI unit, see Section 5.1, “Connection between the LCD-mounted Type Control Unit and MDI Unit”. With the LCD-mounted type control unit, the connector (CA55) is located on the back of the control unit. With the stand-alone type control unit, the connector is located on the back of the display unit.

NOTE Be sure to use two MDI units of the same type when required.

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Installing the display unit

60mm

Note)

50mm

50mm

NOTE 100 mm (max) when the connector of the MDI cable between units is spring-fixed or 60 mm (max) when it is screw-fixed.

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With the 15” Display Unit

Stand-alone type control unit Optical fiber cable COP21A External power supply 24VDC±10%

15” display unit

COP21M CPD18

CA55

MDI unit CK27

Connection to the control unit and power supply
An optical fiber cable is used to make the connection between the control unit and display unit. For details of the optical fiber cable, see Appendix D. Supply the power to the display unit from an external 24 VDC power supply.
Display unit CPD18 (Y) 1 2 3 +24V 0V GND Cable CPD18 (Y) Tyco Electronics 1-178288-3 (housing) 1-175218-5 (contact) +24V (1) 0V (2) 24VDC stabilized power 24VDC ±10% 24VDC power supply

Use a terminal available with the 24 VDC power supply. 24VDC power supply +24V

0V FG Make a jumper between 0 V and FG to connect ground. Recommended cable : A02B-0124-K830(5m) (Crimp terminal of size M3 is available on the 24VDC power supply side)

Connection to the MDI unit
For the connection between the connector (CA55) on the display unit and that (CK27) on the MDI unit, see Section 5.1, “Connection between the LCD-mounted Type Control Unit and MDI Unit”. With the LCD-mounted type control unit, the connector (CA55) is located on the back of the control unit. With the stand-alone type control unit, the connector is located on the back of the display unit.

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5.2.5
5.2.5.1

With the Display Unit for Automotive Each connection
Control unit
24V-IN(CPD19A) DISPLAY(COP21A) I/O Link (JD51A)

I/O Link device
I/O Link (JD1B) I/O Link (JD1A)
External power supply 24VDC±10% I/O Link device

Display unit for automotive
HSSB (COP21M)

+24V (CPD18)
(Note 1) Card slot

I/O Link (JD1A) I/O Link (JD1B)
(Note 1)

USB mouse USB keyboard USB mouse USB keyboard

NOTE 1 The I/O Link interface is optional. 2 On the display unit for automobile manufacturers, the MDI unit is built onto the front panel.

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Connection to the control unit and power supply
An optical fiber cable is used to make the connection between the control unit and display unit. For details of the optical fiber cable, see Appendix D. Supply the power to the display unit from an external 24 VDC power supply.
Display unit CPD18 (Y) 1 2 3 +24V 0V GND Cable CPD18 (Y) Tyco Electronics 1-178288-3 (housing) 1-175218-5 (contact) +24V (1) 0V (2) 24VDC stabilized power 24VDC ±10% 24VDC power supply

Use a terminal available with the 24 VDC power supply. 24VDC power supply +24V

0V FG Make a jumper between 0 V and FG to connect ground. Recommended cable : A02B-0124-K830(5m) (Crimp terminal of size M3 is available on the 24VDC power supply side)

NOTE 1 Keep the power cable away from other cables connected to the display unit. 2 Turn the power to the display unit on or off within ±100 ms after the power to the control unit is turned on or off.

USB port
The display unit for automobile manufacturers has two USB ports on its front panel. These USB ports can be used to connect a USB memory, USB mouse, and USB keyboard.

CAUTION 1 While the control unit is accessing the USB memory, do not turn the power to the control unit off or remove the USB memory. 2 Close the cover of a USB port when the USB port is not used. 3 The maximum USB power supply (USB_5V) current for the two USB ports is 500 mA in total.

Connection of vertical soft keys to the I/O Link
As the case of the Display Unit for Automotive has vertical soft keys with I/O Link option, the control unit can directly read the signals from vertical soft keys via the I/O Link. For the connection of the I/O Link, see Subsection 7.2.1.

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Address assignment on the I/O Link for vertical soft keys
Allocate a 2-byte input area on the I/O Link. (Assignment name: /2) When the start DI address assigned for a soft key is Xm, the assignment is shown below.
7 Xm+0 Xm+1 L8 R8 6 L7 R7 5 L6 R6 4 L5 R5 3 L4 R4 2 L3 R3 1 L2 R2 0 L1 R1

L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8

R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8

5.2.5.2

Installing the display unit

The display unit for automobile manufacturers requires the following clearances around it. A: Clearance required for routing of cables B: Clearance required for air to move easily
80

B

B

Rear

A

A

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5.3.1

CONNECTION WITH INPUT/OUTPUT DEVICES
Overview

An input/output device is used to enter information such as control unit programs and parameters from an external device to the control unit, or to output information from the control unit to an external device. The input/output devices usable with this control unit include Handy File. The interface of the input/output devices electrically conforms to RS232-C, so that a connection can be made with a device that has an RS232-C interface. The tables below indicate the serial ports of this control unit.
Port name 1CH (JD56A) 2CH (JD36A) Interface location

Main control unit Main control unit

Note

The serial ports of the 15” LCD-mounted type control unit are as listed in the table below, however.
Port name 1CH (JD56A) 2CH (JD54) Interface location

Main control unit Main control unit

Note

NOTE When a touch panel is used, this serial port is used for touch panel communication on the control unit side, so that this port cannot be used as a general-purpose port.

5.3.2

Connecting I/O Devices

R232C-1 JD56A

R232C-2 JD36A/JD54

Punch panel

This figure shows an example of connection for the LCD-mounted type control unit. External I/O device

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NOTE This interface is the RS232-C interface on the control unit side. For these devices, the RS232-C interface on the control unit is used for the following cases: ? Ladder monitoring, storing, or loading using FANUC LADDER III ? DNC operation via RS232-C, external I/O device control ? Input/output of parameters and programs by using the control unit screen display function

5.3.3

RS232-C Serial Port
Control unit Relay connector (DBM-25S) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 FG SD RD RS CS DR SG CD 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

JD56A, JD36A/JD54 FI80-20P, DF1R020WB1 (PCR-EV20MDT) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 RD 0V DR 0V CS 0V CD 0V (*) +24V 11 SD 12 0V 13 ER 14 0V 15 RS 16 0V 17 (*) 18 (+5V)(*) 19 +24V 20 (+5V)(*)

>?

>?

<

ER

+24V

NOTE 1 Do not connect anything to those pins for which signal names are not indicated. 2 Pins 18 and 20 (+5V) are provided for touch channel connection. 3 The upper manufacturer and model on the control unit side are for the LCD-mounted type. The lower manufacturer and model in parentheses are for the stand-alone type. 4 Do not connect anything to pins 6 and 8 of JD54 on the 15” LCD-mounted type control unit because these signals are reserved.

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For LCD-mounted type

For stand-alone type

NOTE 1 Do not connect anything to those pins for which signal names are not indicated. 2 Recommended cable-side connector FI30-20S (manufactured by Hirose Electric) cannot be used for the stand-alone type.

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RS232-C Interface Specification

RS232-C Interface signals
Generally signals as follows are used in RS232-C interface.
Control unit Output SD (Send data) RD (Receive data)

Input

RS (Request to Send) When CS is not used short CS and RS. CS (Enable to send) When DR is not used short DR and ER.

ER (Ready)

DR (Data set ready) CD (Check data) SG (Signal ground) FG (Frame ground) Always short ER and CD.

Fig. 5.3.4 RS232-C interface

Signal description of RS232-C interface
Signal

SD RD

I/O Output Input

Description

Sending data Receiving data

Start bit

Stop bits

(When ISO code 0 is sent)

RS CS

Output Input

Sending request Sending permitted

DR

Input

Data set ready

ER

Output

CD SG FG

Input

Control unit ready to operation Signal Since this signal is not used in connections with I/O device, the signal circuit Condition must be strapped, inside the connecting cable, to the ER signal circuit. Signal grounding Frame grounding

This signal is set to on when control unit starts sending data and is turned off when transmission ends. When both this signal and the DR signal are set, the control unit can send data. If I/O device processing is delayed by a punching operation, etc., control unit data sending can be stopped by turning off this signal after sending two characters, including the data being sent currently. If this signal will not be used, make sure to strap this signal circuit to the RS signal circuit. When I/O device is ready to operate, this signal is set. This signal should usually be connected to the signal indicating I/O device power supply being on. (ER signal (Note) of I/O device). See Note below. The control unit transfers data when this signal is set. If the signals turned off during data transfer, alarm 086 is issued. If the DR signal will not be used, make sure to strap this signal circuit to the ER signal circuit. This signal is set when the control unit is ready to operate. External device should regard the SD signal as being significant when the ER signal is set.

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Function Signal Condition

OFF Marking

ON Spacing

Transmission Method of RS232-C interface
Start-stop
Generally, two transmission methods are available at the serial interface. This control unit uses the start-stop method.

NOTE Start-stop method: With this method, start and stop signals are output before and after each data bit.
One character in start-stop

b1 Start bit

b2

b3

b4

b5

b6

b7

b8 Stop bits (2 bits)

Data bit (8 bits including one parity bit)

-

Codes

Transmission codes are as follows: (1) EIA code and Control codes DC1 to DC4. (2) ISO code and Control codes DC1 to DC4 (Optional ISO code input is necessary.) The connected I/O device must be able to recognize the following control codes, sent from control unit.
DC1 DC2 DC3 DC4
Control code Tape reader start 8 7 6 5 4
○ ○ ○ ○

3

2

1

Tape punch designation Tape reader stop Tape punch release



○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○ ○

NOTE The listed control codes are used for both EIA and ISO.
In this interface, control codes DC1 to DC4 are used. (a) Control unit can control I/O device by issuing codes DC1 to DC4. (b) If processing is delayed at the I/O device (when the control unit outputs data) (i) External device can temporarily stop control unit data output by using the control unit's CS signal. Data output stops within two characters including a currently transmitting character when CS OFF signal is input to control unit. When CS signal is turned on again, data transmission start. (ii) If control code DC3 is input to control unit, control unit stops data output within ten characters. When control code DC1 is input to control unit, control unit starts sending data again.
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(c) When the external device is equipped with an ISO/EIA converter, the external device must satisfy the specification shown in Table 5.3.4.
Table 5.3.4 EIA code
3 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ 1 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Character 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z Del Blank BS Tab CR or EOB SP ER ( 2-4-5 ) ( 2-4-7 ) + / . & , 8 7 6 5 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ 4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3 2 1 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ? ? * * * * * * ○ ○ ○ ○ * ○ ○ ○ * * * * * * * * * * * Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address Address 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

ISO code
Character 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z DEL NUL BS HT LF or NL CR SP % ( ) + : / . # $ & ▽ * , ; < = > ? @ ” 8 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ 7 6 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ 5 4 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

Remarks

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

? ? ?

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

? ?

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○



○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○ ● ● ● ○ ● ○ ● ○ ● ○ ● ○ ● ○ ● ○ ● ● ● ● ● ○ ● ○ ● ○ ● ○ ● ○ ● ○ ● ○ ● ●

● ○ ● ○ ○ ● ○ ○ ● ○ ○ ○ ● ○ ● ○ ○ ● ○ ○ ○ ●

○ ● ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ● ○ ○

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NOTE 1 When the external device is equipped with an ISO/EIA converter, the following items must be noted in Table 5.3.4.
Control out (Comment field start) Control in (Comment field end) EIA code (....................)) CR o .. ..................

Condition 1

Condition 1 Condition 2 Condition 3

ISO code

(.....................)

LF

:

....................

Condition1 Left parenthesis "("of the ISO code punches holes at bits 2, 4 and 5 when used in the EIA code. Right parenthesis ")"of the ISO code punches holes at bits 2, 4 and 7 when used in the EIA code. Condition2 EIA code CR is LF in ISO code. Condition3 EIA code O is : in ISO code. 2 Control codes DC1 to DC4 are transmission codes output from the control unit. So they need not to be punched on the control unit tape.
(3) Transmission rate (Baud rate) The transmission rate (Baud rate) is the number of bits transferred per second. The following baud rates are available depending on the system parameter. 50, 100, 110, 150, 200, 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 [Example] Baud rate : 110 When using one start bit and two stop bits (totaling 11 bits per character): Transmission characters/second= 110/11 =10 characters/second (Max.) (4) Cable length The cable length depends on the external device type. Consult with the device manufacturers for actual connecting cable lengths. Cable length is as follows by the specification of control unit. RS232-C Baud rate 4800 or less: Up to 100 m Baud rate 9600 or less: Up to 50 m

Time chart when the control unit receives data (Read into memory)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Control unit outputs DC1. The I/O device starts sending data upon receiving DC1. Control unit sends DC3 when control unit processing is delayed. The I/O device stops sending data to control unit after receiving DC3. The device may send up to 10 characters after receiving DC3. If it sends more than 10 characters, alarm 087 will occur. Control unit reissues DC1 upon completing delayed processing. The I/O device restarts data output upon receiving the DC1 code (the data must be the next data to the preceding.) Control unit sends DC3 upon completing data read. The I/O device stops sending data.

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10ms or longer 100ms or longer

ER (output) RS (output) DC1 SD (output) DC3 DC1 DC3

ER code

RD (input)

DR (input)

CS (input) Up to 10 characters 1ms or longer

Time chart when the control unit send data (Punch out)
(1) Control unit output DC2. (2) Control unit outputs punch data in succession. (3) When data processing is delayed at the I/O device. (a) Data output stops within two characters including a currently transmitting character when CS signal is turned off. When CS signal is turned on again, data transmission starts. (See Fig. 5.3.4 (b)) (b) If control code DC3 is input to control unit, control unit stops data output within ten characters. When control code DC1 is input to control unit, control unit starts sending data again. (See Fig. 5.3.4 (c)) (4) The control unit starts sending the next data if the CS signal is turned on after the I/O device completes data processing. (5) The control unit issues DC4 upon completing data output.
10ms or longer 100ms or longer

ER (output) RS (output) DC2 SD (output) DC4

RD (input)

CS (input)

1ms or longer

Within 2 characters

Fig. 5.3.4 (b)

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10ms or longer

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ER (output) RS (output) DC2 SD (output) DC3 RD (input) Within 2 characters DR (input) DC1 DC4

CS (input) 1ms or longer

Fig. 5.3.4 (c)

Connection between RS232-C interface and external device
Control unit side SD SD I/O device side

RD

RD

RS

RS

CS

CS

ER DR

ER DR

CD SG

CD SG

FG

FG

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Use the connection shown in the figure below when the ER and DR signals are not used for handshaking.
Control unit side SD SD I/O device side

RD RS

RD RS

CS

CS

ER DR CD

ER DR CD

SG

SG

FG

FG

The cable for connecting the I/O device to the control unit should be connected as shown in the below diagram.
Serial interface SD RD RS CS SG ER DR

Cable : twist 10 pairs × 0.18mm2, with shield

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5.4
5.4.1

CONNECTING THE HIGH-SPEED SKIP (HDI)
Connecting the High-speed Skip (HDI)
Control unit JA40 FI80-20P, DF1R020WB1 (RCR-EV20MDT) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 HDI0 0V HDI2 0V 0V HDI4 <> <> <> 0V 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 HDI1 0V HDI3 0V HDI5 0V HDI6 0V HDI7 0V

NOTE 1 The upper manufacturer and model of JA40 are for the LCD-mounted type. The lower manufacturer and model in parentheses are for the stand-alone type. 2 No connections must be made to the pins with angle brackets (<>) because they are reserved for expansions.

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Cable connections
JA40 HDI0 0V HDI1 0V HDI2 0V HDI3 0V HDI4 0V HDI5 0V HDI6 0V HDI7 0V 1 2 11 12 3 4 13 14 6 5 or 10 15 16 17 18 19 20 7 8 9 10 Shield Ground plate Recommended cable–side connectors PCR-E20FA (Honda Tsushin Kogyo) FI30-20S (Hirose Electric) FCN-247J020-G/E (FUJITSU COMPONENT) 52622-2011 (Molex Japan)

NOTE The recommended cable connector FI30-20S (manufactured by Hirose Electric) cannot be used for the stand-alone type.

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5.4.2

Input Signal Rules for the High-speed Skip (HDI)

Circuit configuration

Control unit DRIVER IiL/IiH
FILTER

RECEIVER

VH/VL SHIELD

Absolute maximum rating Input voltage range Vin: -3.6V to +13.6V
Unit Input characteristics Symbol Specification Unit Remarks

High level input voltage Low level input voltage High level input current Low level input current Input signal pulse duration Input signal delay or variations

VH VL IiH IiL

3.6 to 11.6 0 to 1.0 2 (max) 11 (max) -8.0 (max) 20 (min) 0.02 (max)

V V mA mA mA μs ms

Vin=5V Vin=10V Vin=0V

NOTE 1 The plus (+) sign of IiH/IiL represents the direction of flow into the receiver. The minus (-) sign of IiH/IiL represents the direction of flow out of the receiver. 2 The high-speed skip signal is assumed to be 1 when the input voltage is at the low level and 0 when it is at the high level. 3 The input level for the control unit receiver is high when the circuit is open. So, the input level for the external driver must be low.

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5.5

LINKING THE ETHERNET INTERFACE
CAUTION Before attaching or removing cables, power off the control unit main unit, and confirm that the power is off. Ask the respective manufacturers for explanations about how to build a network and about conditions for using units (such as a media converter, hub, transceiver, and cable) other than the control unit. When installing network cables, exercise sufficient caution so that the network will not be affected by any noise source. Electrically separate the network wiring sufficiently from noise sources like motors and their power lines. Also, ground each unit as required. If the grounding impedance is high, it may cause trouble in communication. Once the equipment is installed, conduct communication tests to verify normal operation before starting actual use of the equipment. FANUC is not liable to any damage related to trouble arising from any unit other than the control unit.

5.5.1

Connection to the Ethernet Interface

With the 30i-B series, an Ethernet connector (for Multi-function Ethernet) is provided on the LCD-mounted type control unit, in addition to the Ethernet connector (for Embedded Ethernet). A hub (line concentrator) is used to connect the control unit to a system. A typical example of connection is shown below. For the connection of the control unit with the FANUC PANEL i and a commercially available personal computer using Ethernet, see also Chapter 12.

NOTE To use the FL-net or Fast Ethernet interface, also refer to the FANUC FL-net Board Connection Manual (B-64163EN) or FANUC Fast Ethernet/Fast Data Server Operator’s Manual (B-64014EN), respectively.

Control unit

Twisted-pair cable

Max. 100m

HUB (line concentrator)

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NOTE 1 To connect the control unit to the 10BASE-T Ethernet interface, use a hub which satisfies the following conditions: - Supports 100BASE-TX. - Has an auto-negotiation function. - Supports store-and-forward switching. 2 The cable can be up to 100 m long (for the FANUC- recommended cable for movable sections, up to 50 m). Do not make the cable longer than necessary. 3 An Ethernet cable needs clamping to make system operation stable. For details of clamping, see Subsection 3.4.6, “Cable Clamp and Shield Processing”. The clamp for grounding the shield of the cable can also fix the cable.

Control unit

Ethernet cable

Clamp

Grounding plate

4 Some of the units (hub, transceiver, etc.) required to build a network are not dust-proof. They should be enclosed in a dust-proof cabinet. Using them in an atmosphere with dust or oil mist may lead to a communication error or failure.

Pin arrangement of the Ethernet connector (CD38A, CD38S, CD38B)
Pin No. CD38A, CD38S, CD38B Signal name Description

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TX+ TXRX+

RX-

Transmit + Transmit Receive + Not used Not used Receive Not used Not used

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5.5.2

Specification of Twisted-Pair Cable

Cable connection
The connectors of a cable for connecting between the Ethernet interface (CD38A, CD38S, CD38B) and the hub have the pin arrangement shown below.
CD38A,CD38S, CD38B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Max. 100m RXTX+ TXRX+ RJ-45 modular jack 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 RXHUB TX+ TXRX+

CD38A, CD38S,CD38B 1 TX+ TXRX+ RX1 2 3 6 2 3 6

HUB TX+ TXRX+ RX-

Shield

NOTE The cable can be up to 100 m long (for the FANUC- recommended cable for movable sections, up to 50 m). Do not make the cable longer than necessary.

Cable Wires
Many cables without a shield (UTP cables) are commercially available as twisted pair cables conforming to 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX. To improve noise immunity in factory automation environments, however, be sure to use twisted pair cables (STP cables) with a common shield in category 5.

Recommended cable wire (for fixed parts)
Manufacturer Nissei Electric Co., Ltd. Specification F-4PWMWMF Remark Single-wire cable

NOTE No cable recommended for use in fixed sections shall be used in movable sections. For movable sections, be sure to use the recommended cables for movable sections listed below.

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Recommended cable wire (for movable sections)
Manufacturer Specification Remark

Oki Electric Cable Co., Ltd. SHINKO ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.

AWG26 4P TPMC-C5-F (SB) FNC-118

Dedicated to FANUC products, with no connector

Specification ? Ordering specifications : A66L-0001-0453 ? Electrical characteristic : Complying with EIA/TIA 568A categories 3 and 5 ? Structure : Common-shield braided cable with drain wire The conductors of the cable are AWG26 annealed-copper strand wire, with a sheath 0.8 mm thick and an outer diameter of 6.7 ± 0.3 mm ? Fire resistance : UL1581 VW-1 ? Oil resistance : As per FANUC's internal standard (Equivalent to conventional oil-resistant electrical cable) ? Flex resistance : Million or more bending cycles with a bending radius of 50 mm (U-shaped bend test) ? UL style No. : AWM20276(80℃/30V/VW-1)

NOTE When using this cable, keep the length between the control unit and hub within 50 m because of its attenuation performance. Be sure to use the TM21CP-88P(03) connector manufactured by Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.
About cable assemblies Oki Electric Cable Co., Ltd. can offer a cable assembly that uses the TM21CP-88P(03) connector made by Hirose Electric Co., Ltd. To get this cable assembly, negotiate directly with the manufacturer on its specifications (cable length, shipping test, package, etc.).

Connector specification
An 8-pin modular connector called the RJ-45 is used with a twisted-pair cable for Ethernet interfaces. Use the connector listed below or equivalent.
Manufacturer’s model number Manufacturer Remark

Connector used with cable AWG26 4P TPMC-C5-F(SB)

TM21CP-88P(03)

Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.

(Note)

NOTE About TM21CP-88P(03) Ordering specifications: A63L-0001-0823#P Complying with EIA/TIA 568A categories 3 and 5 Ask Hirose Electric Co., Ltd. for explanations about how to attach the connector to a cable. (Hirose Electric Co., Ltd. offers the TM21CP-88P(03) Wiring Procedure Specification (Engineering Specification No. ATAD-E2367) to explain the related technical information.)

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5.5.3

Network Installation

Even when the machine satisfies its grounding requirements, noise from the machine may get on communication lines depending on the way the machine is installed and its environment, resulting in a communication error. Separating and isolating the Ethernet backbone cable and PC from the machine can prevent noise from getting on the communication lines. An example of connection is shown below.
[Example of connection]

Note 1 HUB PC and backbone cable side Electrical separation by connection with 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Machine system side Machine Machine STP cable STP cable

Power supply for the HUB

Machine

Note 1

Note 1

Note 1

NOTE 1 Ground the PC and backbone cable separately from the machine system. If this is impossible because there is only one grounding point, use separate grounding wires for the PC/backbone cable and the machine system up to the grounding point. The grounding resistance must not be higher than 100 Ω (class 3 grounding). The grounding wire must not be thinner than the AC power line conductor, and its cross-sectional area must not smaller than 5.5 mm2. 2 In some cases, the aforementioned isolation/separation method based on 10BASE-T/ 100BASE-TX cannot assure normal communication because of influence by noise. In such worst environments, use optical fiber media to completely isolate the machine from the PC.

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5.6

USB PORT

The LCD-mounted type control unit and display unit for stand-alone type control unit have a USB port for a USB memory. Via the USB port, data can be input to the control unit and output from it.

USB port (front)

NOTE 1 For the connection of the USB port on the control unit with the personal computer function with Windows? CE, see Chapter 11. 2 For the connection of the USB ports on the display unit for automobile manufacturers, see Subsection 5.2.5. 3 This USB port is dedicated to a USB memory. Do not connect other USB devices to the port. 4 It is not guaranteed that every commercially available USB memory can operate normally. For example, a USB memory with a security function does not operate. Some commercially available USB memories may not be designed for the use in an FA environment. CAUTION 1 While the control unit is accessing the USB memory, do not turn the power to the control unit off or remove the USB memory. 2 Close the cover of the USB port when no USB memory is inserted. 3 The maximum USB power supply (USB_5V) current is 500 mA in total.

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6.1

SERVO AND SPINDLE INTERFACES
OVERVIEW
Control unit

COP10A-1 COP10A-2

Optical fiber cable

Separate detector interface unit Optical fiber cable

Power supply Servo amplifier This figure is an example of connecting to control unit a LCD-mounted type.

Spindle amplifier

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This chapter describes how to connect the control unit to the servo amplifiers, spindle amplifiers, and separate detector interface units. The control unit is connected to servo amplifiers, spindle amplifiers, and separate detector interface units via serial buses using optical fiber cables (called FSSBs below). Up to three FSSB lines can be connected to the control unit. For the 1st and 2nd FSSB lines, optical connectors are located on the servo card of the main board (some types of servo cards do not have an optical connector for the 2nd FSSB line). For the 3rd FSSB line, an optical connector is located on the additional axis board (an additional axis board may not be mounted on the control unit because it is optional). Slave units to be connected to the control unit must support the 30i-B series. Slave units include servo amplifiers, spindle amplifiers, and separate detector interface units.

6.2
Control unit

Interface to the Amplifiers

Additional axis board 3rd FSSB line 2) COP10A-3

Servo card 2nd FSSB line 2) COP10A-2

Slave unit

Servo amplifier 1st FSSB line 2) COP10A-1 Optical fiber cable 3) COP10B COP10B COP10A

Maximum allowable cable length 1) The total cable length on each line shall satisfy the following conditions. 2) Between the control unit and 1st slave

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