Mitsubishi Electric 700 Series Instruction manual

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Introduction
This manual is called MITSUBISHI CNC 700 Series CONNECTION MANUAL and covers the
items related to installation, connection and maintenance of this NC unit. Read this manual
thoroughly before using. For safe use, fully understand "Precautions for Safety" on the next
page first.
Details described in this manual:
CAUTION
For items described as "Restrictions" or "Usable State" in this manual, the instruction
manual issued by the machine tool builder takes precedence over this manual.
Items that are not described in this manual must be interpreted as "not possible".
This manual is written on the assumption that all option functions are added. Confirm the
specifications issued by the machine tool builder before use.
Refer to the Instruction Manual issued by each machine tool builder for details on each
machine tool.
Some screens and functions may differ depending on each NC system (or version), and
some functions may not be possible. Please confirm the specifications before use.
The numerical control unit is configured of the control unit, display unit, operation board, servo drive
unit, spindle drive unit, power supply unit + driver, servomotor, and spindle motor, etc.
In this manual, the following items are generically called the "controller".
• Control unit
• Display unit
• Operation board
• Numerical
control unit peripheral devices (input/output unit, safety unit)
In this manual, the following items are generically called the "drive unit".
• Servo drive unit
• Spindle drive unit
• Power supply unit + driver
In this manual, the following items are generically called the "motor".
• Servomotor
• Spindle motor
Precautions for Safety
Always read this manual and enclosed documents before installation, operation, maintenance
and inspection to ensure correct usage. Thoroughly understand the basics, safety information
and precautions of the devices before using.
This manual classifies the safety precautions into "DANGER", "WARNING" and "CAUTION".
DANGER
When the user could be subject to imminent fatalities or
serious injuries if handling is mistaken.
WARNING
When the user could be subject to fatalities or serious
injuries if handling is mistaken.
CAUTION
When the user could be subject to minor or moderate
injuries or the property could be damaged if handling is
mistaken.
Note that the items under "
CAUTION" could lead to serious consequences as well
depending on the situation. Please follow all items listed in "Precautions for Safety" as they
are equally important.
For Safe Use
This product is not designed or manufactured on the assumption that the product will be
used for the equipment or systems that are to be subject to any fatal consequences.
Please inquire our customer service department about any particular usage other than the
normal usage as a machine tool.
1. Items related to prevention of electric shocks
WARNING
Do not open or remove the front cover while the power is ON or during operation. The high voltage
terminals and charged sections will be exposed, and this could result in electric shocks.
Do not remove the front cover even when the power is OFF, except for the wiring works or periodic
inspections. The inside of the controller and drive unit are charged, and this could result in electric
shocks.
Always wait at least 15 minutes after turning the power OFF. Then, check the voltage with a tester,
etc., before wiring works, inspections or connecting with peripheral devices. Failure to observe this
could result in electric shocks.
Earth ground the controller, drive unit and motor according to the local laws. (In Japan, ground the
200V Series input products with Class C or higher protective grounding and the 400V Series input
with Class D or higher protective grounding.)
All wiring works, maintenance and inspections must be carried out by a qualified technician. Failure
to observe this could result in electric shocks. Contact your nearby Service Center or Service Station
for replacing parts and servicing.
Wire the controller, drive unit and motor after installation. Failure to observe this could result in
electric shocks.
Do not operate the switches with wet hands. Failure to observe this could result in electric shocks.
Do not damage, apply excessive stress, place heavy things on or sandwich the cables. Failure to
observe this could result in electric shocks.
Insulate the power lead using a fixed terminal block. Failure to observe this could result in electric
shocks.
2. Items related to prevention of fire
CAUTION
Install the controller, drive unit, motor and regenerative resistor on non-combustible material.
Installation directly on or near combustible materials could result in fires.
If any malfunction in the unit is observed, shut off the power at the unit’s power supply side.
Continuous flow of large current could result in fires.
Install an appropriate no fuse breaker (NFB) and contactor (MC) on the power input section of the
drive unit and configure the sequence that shuts the power off upon drive unit’s emergency stop or
alarm.
When a breaker is shared for multiple power supply units, the breaker may not function upon
short-circuit failure in a small capacity unit. Do not share a breaker for multiple units as this is
dangerous.
Incorrect wiring and connections could cause the devices to damage or burn.
3. Items related to prevention of bodily injury or property damage
DANGER
When transporting or installing a built-in IPM spindle or linear servomotor, be careful so that your
hand or property will not be trapped in the motors or other metal objects. Also keep the devices with
low magnetic tolerance away from the product.
CAUTION
Do not apply voltages to the connectors or terminals other than voltages indicated in the connection
manual for the controller or specifications manual for the drive unit. Failure to observe this could
cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc.
Incorrect connections could cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc. Always connect the cables
to the indicated connectors or terminals.
Incorrect polarity (+ -) could cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc.
Persons wearing medical devices, such as pacemakers, must stay away from this unit. The
electromagnetic waves could adversely affect the medical devices.
Fins on the rear of the unit, regenerative resistor and motor, etc., will be hot during operation and for
a while after the power has been turned OFF. Do not touch or place the parts and cables, etc. close
to these sections. Failure to observe this could result in burns.
Do not enter the machine’s movable range during automatic operation. Keep your hands, feet or
face away from the spindle during rotation.
4. General precautions
Always follow the precautions below. Incorrect handling could result in faults, injuries or electric shocks, etc.
(1) Transportation and installation
CAUTION
Correctly transport the products according to the mass.
Use motor’s suspension bolts to transport the motor itself. Do not use it to transport the motor after
installation onto the machine.
Do not stack the products exceeding the indicated limit.
Do not hold the cables, shaft or detector when transporting the motor.
Do not transport the controller or drive unit by suspending or holding the connected wires or cables.
Do not hold the front cover when transporting the unit, or the front cover could come off, causing the
unit to drop.
Install on a non-combustible place where the unit’s or motor’s mass can be withstood according to
the instruction manual.
The motor does not have a complete water-proof (oil-proof) structure. Do not allow oil or water to
contact or enter the motor. Prevent the cutting chips from being accumulated on the motor as they
easily soak up oil.
When installing the motor facing upwards, take measures on the machine side so that gear oil, etc.,
will not enter the motor shaft.
Do not remove the detector from the motor. (The detector installation screw is treated with sealing.)
Do not allow foreign matters, especially, conductive foreign matters such as screws or metal chips,
or combustible foreign matters such as oil, to enter the controller, drive unit or motor. Failure to
observe this could result in rupture or damage.
Do not get on the product or place heavy objects on it.
Provide prescribed distance between the controller/drive unit and inner surface of the control
panel/other devices.
Do not install or operate the controller, drive unit or motor that is damaged or has missing parts.
Take care not to cut hands, etc. with the heat radiating fins or metal edges.
Do not block the intake/outtake ports of the motor with the cooling fan.
Install the controller’s display section and operation board section on the spot where cutting oil will
not reach.
CAUTION
The controller, drive unit and motor are precision devices, so do not drop or apply thumping vibration
and strong impacts on them.
Hard disk unit is a precision device, so do not drop or apply strong impacts on it.
Store and use the units according to the environment conditions indicated in each specifications
manual.
Securely fix the motor to the machine. The motor could come off during operation if insecurely fixed.
Always install the motor with reduction gear in the designated direction. Failure to observe this could
result in oil leaks.
Always install a cover, etc., over the shaft so that the rotary section of the motor cannot be touched
during motor rotation.
When installing a coupling to the servomotor shaft end, do not apply impacts by hammering, etc. The
detector could be damaged.
Use a flexible coupling when connecting with a ball screw, etc., and keep the shaft core deviation
smaller than the tolerable radial load of the shaft.
Do not use a rigid coupling as an excessive bending load will be applied on the shaft and could
cause the shaft to break.
Do not apply a load exceeding the tolerable level onto the motor shaft. The shaft or bearing could be
damaged.
Before using this product after a long period of storage, please contact the Mitsubishi Service Station
or Service Center.
Following the UN recommendations, battery units and batteries should be transported based on the
international regulations such as those determined by International Civil Aviation Organization
(ICAO), International Air Transport Association (IATA), International Maritime Organization (IMO)
and U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT).
(2) Items related to wiring
CAUTION
Correctly wire this product. Failure to observe this could result in motor runaway, etc.
Do not install a phase advancing capacitor, surge absorber or radio noise filter on the output side of
the drive unit.
Correctly connect the output side (terminal U, V, W). The motor will not run properly if incorrectly
connected.
Always install an AC reactor per each power supply unit.
CAUTION
Always install an appropriate breaker per each power supply unit. A breaker cannot be shared for
multiple power supply units.
Do not directly connect a commercial power supply to the motor. Failure to observe this could result
in faults.
When using an inductive load such as relays, always connect a diode in parallel to the load as a
noise countermeasure.
When using a capacitive load such as a lamp, always connect a protective resistor in series to the
load to suppress rush currents.
Do not mistake the direction of the surge
absorption diode to be installed on the DC relay
for the control output signal. If mistaken, the
signal will not be output due to fault in the drive
unit, and consequently the protective circuit,
such as emergency stop, could be disabled.
Drive unit
Drive unit
COM
(24VDC)
COM
(24VDC)
Control
output
signal
RA
Control
output
signal
RA
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
Do not connect or disconnect the PCBs while the power is ON.
Do not pull the cables when connecting/disconnecting it.
Securely tighten the cable connector fixing screw or fixing mechanism. Insufficient fixing could result
in deviation during operation.
Always treat the shield cables indicated in the Connection Manual with grounding measures such as
cable clamps.
Separate the signal wire from the drive line or power line when wiring.
Use wires and cables whose wire diameter, heat resistance level and bending capacity are
compatible with the system.
Ground the device according to the requirements of the country where the device is to be used.
Wire the heat radiating fins and wires so that they do not contact.
When using the RS-232C device as a peripheral device, caution must be paid for connector
connection/disconnection.
Always use a double-OFF type AC power supply switch on the device side, and connect/disconnect
the connector with the AC power supply on the device side OFF.
Device
NC unit
RS-232C
Switch
AC socket
(3) Adjustments
CAUTION
Check and adjust programs and each parameter before starting operation. Failure to observe this
could result in unpredictable operations depending on the machine.
Do not make drastic adjustments or changes as the operation could become unstable.
(4) Usage
CAUTION
Install an external emergency stop circuit so that the operation can be stopped and the power turns
OFF immediately when unforeseen situation occurs. A contactor, etc., is required in addition to the
shutoff function mounted in the controller.
Turn OFF the power immediately if any smoke, abnormal noise or odor is generated from the
controller, drive unit or motor.
Only a qualified technician may disassemble or repair this product.
Do not alter.
Use a noise filter, etc. to reduce the effect of electromagnetic disturbances in the case where
electromagnetic disturbances could adversely affect the electronic devices used near the drive unit.
Use the drive unit, motor and each regenerative resistor with the designated combination. Failure to
observe this could result in fires or faults.
The combination of the motor and drive unit that can be used is determined. Be sure to check the
models of motor and drive unit before test operation.
The brakes (electromagnetic brakes) mounted in the servomotor are used for the purpose of
holding, and must not be used for normal braking. Also, do not run the motor with the motor brake
applied. Motor brake is used for the purpose of holding.
For the system running via a timing belt, install a brake on the machine side so that safety can be
ensured.
Be sure to confirm SERVO OFF (or READY OFF) when applying the electromagnetic brake. Also,
be sure to confirm SERVO ON prior to releasing the brake.
When using the DC OFF type electromagnetic brake, be sure to install a surge absorber on the
brake terminal.
Do not connect or disconnect the cannon plug while the electromagnetic brake’s power is ON. The
cannon plug pins could be damaged by sparks.
After changing programs/parameters, or after maintenance/inspection, always carry out a test
operation before starting actual operation.
CAUTION
Use the power that are complied with the power specification conditions (input voltage, input
frequency, tolerable instantaneous power failure time) indicated in each specifications manual.
When making detector cables, do not mistake connection. Failure to observe this could result in
malfunction, runaway or fire.
When using NC Card, first power ON the NC Card, and then the base I/O unit. If the base I/O unit is
powered ON first, current flows from the connection cable to the NC Card, resulting in malfunction in
the PC or the cards installed in the PC.
(5) Troubleshooting
CAUTION
Use a motor with electromagnetic brakes or
establish an external brake mechanism for the
purpose of holding; this serves as
countermeasures for possible hazardous
situation caused by power failure or product
fault.
Use a double circuit structure for the
electromagnetic brake’s operation circuit so
that the brakes will activate even when the
external emergency stop signal is issued.
Shut off with motor
brake control output
Motor
Electromagnetic
brake
Shut off with CNC brake
control PLC output
MBR
EMG
24VDC
The machine could suddenly restart when the power is restored after an instantaneous power
failure, so stay away from the machine. (Design the machine so that the operator safety can be
ensured even if the machine restarts.)
To secure the absolute position, do not shut off the servo drive unit’s control power supply when its
battery voltage drops (warning 9F) in the servo drive unit side.
If the battery voltage drop warning alarm occurs in the controller side, make sure to back up the
machining programs, tool data and parameters, etc. with the input/output device before replacing the
battery.
Depending on the level of voltage drop, memory loss could have happened. In that case, reload all
the data backed up before the alarm occurrence.
(6) Maintenance, inspection and part replacement
CAUTION
Periodically back up the programs, tool data and parameters to avoid potential data loss. Also, back
up those data before maintenance and inspections.
When replacing the battery on the controller side, the machining programs, tool data and parameters
should be backed up with the input/output device beforehand.
In case the memory is damaged in replacing the batteries, reload all the data backed up before
replacing the battery.
The electrolytic capacitor’s capacity will drop due to deterioration. To prevent secondary damage
due to capacitor’s faults, Mitsubishi recommends the electrolytic capacitor to be replaced approx.
every five years even when used in a normal environment. Contact the Service Center or Service
Station for replacements.
Do not perform a megger test (insulation resistance measurement) during inspection.
Do not replace parts or devices while the power is ON.
Do not short-circuit, charge, overheat, incinerate or disassemble the battery.
The hard disk unit has a service life, and must be replaced before its expiration.
As a precautionary measure, always back up the customer’s data stored in the hard disk unit. The
safety of the customer’s data stored in the hard disk unit cannot be guaranteed.
There may be a unit filled with substitute Freon in the heat radiating fins of the 37kW or smaller unit.
Be careful not to break the heat radiating fins during maintenance or replacement.
(7) Disposal
CAUTION
Take the batteries and backlights for LCD, etc., off from the controller, drive unit and motor, and
dispose of them as general industrial wastes.
Do not alter or disassemble controller, drive unit, or motor.
Collect and dispose of the spent batteries and the backlights for LCD according to the local laws.
(8) General precautions
To explain the details, drawings given in the instruction manual, etc., may show the unit with the cover or
safety partition removed. When operating the product, always place the cover or partitions back to their
original position, and operate as indicated in the instruction manual, etc.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction .................................................................................................................................... 1
2. System Configuration.................................................................................................................... 2
2.1 System Basic Configuration Drawing ......................................................................................... 2
2.2 General Connection Diagram ..................................................................................................... 3
2.2.1 Display Unit: FCU7-DA201-11/FCU7-DA211-11................................................................... 3
2.2.2 Display Unit:
FCU7-DA315-11/FCU7-DA415-11/FCU7-DA445-11/FCU7-DA335-11/FCU7-DA435-11 ... 4
2.3 List of Configuration Units........................................................................................................... 5
2.3.1 Control Unit: FCU7-MU001/FCU7-MU002/FCU7-MU011/FCU7-MA011 .............................. 5
2.3.2 Display Unit: FCU7-DA201/FCU7-DA211/FCU7-DA315
/FCU7-DA415/FCU7-DA445/FCU7-DA335/FCU7-DA435 ................................................. 6
2.3.3 Operation Panel I/O Unit: FCU7-DX670/FCU7-DX671/FCU7-DX770/FCU7-DX771 ........... 7
2.3.4 Keyboard Unit : FCU7-KB021/FCU7-KB022/FCU7-KB041 .................................................. 7
2.3.5 Remote I/O Unit: FCUA-DX100/DX110/DX120/DX140/DX101/DX111/DX121/DX141 ......... 8
2.3.6 Scan I/O: HR357/HR347 ...................................................................................................... 8
2.3.7 Card-sized I/O Card: HR361/HR371/HR381/HR383 ............................................................ 8
2.3.8 Extended I/O Card: QY231................................................................................................... 9
2.3.9 Front IC Card Interface: FCU7-EP102-1 (option) ................................................................. 9
2.3.10 Hard Disk Unit: FCU7-HD001-1.......................................................................................... 9
2.3.11 Floppy Disk Unit: FCU7-FD221........................................................................................... 9
2.3.12 Expansion Unit: FCU7-EX891 .......................................................................................... 10
2.3.13 Expansion Card ................................................................................................................ 10
2.3.14 External Power Supply Unit: PD25/PD27 ......................................................................... 10
3. General Specifications (Environment Conditions) ................................................................... 11
3.1 Environment Conditions in Operation Box................................................................................ 11
3.2 Environment Specifications in Electric Cabinet......................................................................... 12
3.3 Remote I/O Unit ........................................................................................................................ 13
3.4 Servo / Spindle.......................................................................................................................... 13
3.5 Heat Radiation Countermeasures ............................................................................................ 14
3.6 Noise Countermeasures ........................................................................................................... 17
3.6.1 Connection of FG (Frame Ground)..................................................................................... 17
3.6.2 Shield Clamping of Cables ................................................................................................. 18
3.6.3 Connecting Spark Killers..................................................................................................... 18
4. Outline Drawing ........................................................................................................................... 19
4.1 Control Unit............................................................................................................................... 19
4.2 Display Unit............................................................................................................................... 24
4.2.1 FCU7-DA201 (8.4-type)...................................................................................................... 24
4.2.2 FCU7-DA211 / FCU7-DA315 / FCU7-DA415 / FCU7-DA445 (10.4-type) .......................... 25
4.2.3 FCU7-DA335 / FCU7-DA435 (15-type) .............................................................................. 27
4.2.4 FCU7-DA201 (8.4-type) / FCU7-DA211 (10.4-type) Rear View.......................................... 29
4.2.5 FCU7-DA315 / FCU7-DA415 / FCU7-DA445 / FCU7-DA335 / FCU7-DA435 Rear View .. 30
4.2.6 FCU7-EP102 (Front IC Card I/F Unit)................................................................................. 31
4.3 Operation Panel I/O Unit........................................................................................................... 32
4.3.1 FCU7-DX670 / FCU7-DX671 / FCU7-DX770 / FCU7-DX771 Outline Drawing .................. 32
4.4 Keyboard Unit ........................................................................................................................... 33
4.4.1 FCU7-KB021 / FCU7-KB022 (ONG Layout)....................................................................... 33
4.4.2 FCU7-KB041 (ABC Layout)................................................................................................ 33
4.5 Hard Disk Unit........................................................................................................................... 34
4.5.1 FCU7-HD001-1................................................................................................................... 34
4.6 Floppy Disk Unit........................................................................................................................ 35
4.6.1 FCU7-FD221-1 ................................................................................................................... 35
4.7 Card-sized I/O Card.................................................................................................................. 36
4.7.1 HR361 / HR371 / HR381 / HR383 ...................................................................................... 36
4.8 Remote I/O Unit Outline............................................................................................................ 38
4.8.1 FCUA-DX100 / FCUA-DX110 / FCUA-DX120 / FCUA-DX140 / FCUA-DX101
/ FCUA-DX111 / FCUA-DX121 / FCUA-DX141 ................................................................ 38
4.9 Grounding Plate and Clamp Fitting........................................................................................... 39
5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing ........................................... 40
5.1 Control Unit............................................................................................................................... 40
5.2 Display Unit............................................................................................................................... 41
5.2.1 FCU7-DA201 (8.4-type)...................................................................................................... 41
5.2.2 FCU7-DA211 / FCU7-DA315 / FCU7-DA415 / FCU7-DA445 (10.4-type) .......................... 42
5.2.3 FCU7-DA335 / FCU7-DA435 (15-type) .............................................................................. 43
5.3 Operation Panel I/O Unit........................................................................................................... 44
5.3.1 FCU7-DX670 / FCU7-DX671 / FCU7-DX770 / FCU7-DX771 ............................................ 44
5.4 Keyboard Unit ........................................................................................................................... 45
5.4.1 FCU7-KB021 / FCU7-KB022 (ONG Layout)....................................................................... 45
5.4.2 FCU7-KB041 (ABC Layout)................................................................................................ 46
5.5 Hard Disk Unit........................................................................................................................... 47
5.5.1 FCU7-HD001 ...................................................................................................................... 47
5.5.2 Mounting on a Keyboard Unit ............................................................................................. 48
5.6 External Power Supply Unit ...................................................................................................... 49
5.6.1 PD25................................................................................................................................... 49
5.6.2 PD27................................................................................................................................... 50
5.6.3 Mounting Direction and Clearance ..................................................................................... 50
5.7 Remote I/O Unit ........................................................................................................................ 51
5.7.1 FCUA-DX100 / FCUA-DX110 / FCUA-DX120 / FCUA-DX140 / FCUA-DX101
/ FCUA-DX111 / FCUA-DX121 / FCUA-DX141.............................................................. 51
5.8 Manual Pulse Generator........................................................................................................... 52
5.8.1 UFO-01-2Z9........................................................................................................................ 52
5.8.2 HD60................................................................................................................................... 53
5.9 Synchronous Feed Encoder ..................................................................................................... 54
5.9.1 OSE-1024-3-15-68 ............................................................................................................. 54
5.10 F Installation Plate .................................................................................................................. 55
6. Connections of Control Unit ....................................................................................................... 56
6.1 Control Unit Connection System Drawing ................................................................................ 56
6.2 Connecting with Power Supply ................................................................................................. 57
6.2.1 When Using General-Purpose 24VDC Stabilized Power Supply........................................ 57
6.2.2 When Using PD25/PD27 Power Supply Unit...................................................................... 58
6.3 Connecting with Operation Panel I/O Unit ................................................................................ 59
6.4 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit ............................................................................................. 60
6.5 Connecting with Scan I/O Card and Card-sized I/O Card ........................................................ 60
6.6 Connecting with Optical Communication Servo Drive Unit....................................................... 61
6.7 Connecting with Auxiliary Axis Servo Drive Unit: MR-J2-CT .................................................... 63
6.8 Connecting with Expansion Unit ............................................................................................... 64
6.8.1 Connecting with I/O Device Using PROFIBUS-DP............................................................. 64
6.8.2 Expanding Optical Servo Communication I/F ..................................................................... 65
6.8.3 Connecting I/O Devices via CC-Link .................................................................................. 66
6.9 Connecting with RS-232C Device ............................................................................................ 68
6.10 Connecting with Skip Signal (Sensor) .................................................................................... 70
6.11 Connecting with Synchronous Feed Encoder/Manual Pulse Generator ................................. 72
6.12 Connections of Emergency Stop Signal ................................................................................. 73
6.13 Connecting with Safety Observing I/O Device: SDIO Connector ........................................... 75
7. Connections of Operation Panel I/O Unit................................................................................... 78
7.1 Operation Panel I/O Unit Connection System Drawing ............................................................ 79
7.2 Connecting with Power Supply ................................................................................................. 80
7.3 Connecting with Display Unit .................................................................................................... 81
7.4 Connecting with Keyboard Unit ................................................................................................ 82
7.5 Connections of Emergency Stop Signal ................................................................................... 83
7.6 Connecting with Manual Pulse Generator ................................................................................ 85
7.6.1 Connecting with 12V Manual Pulse Generator (Maximum Cable Length: 50m) ................ 85
7.6.2 Connecting with 5V Manual Pulse Generator (Maximum Cable Length: 20m) .................. 86
7.7. Connecting with Remote I/O Unit ............................................................................................ 87
7.8. Connecting with Scan I/O Card and Card-sized I/O Card ....................................................... 87
7.9 Connecting with Machine Operation Panel............................................................................... 88
7.9.1 Wiring the Input Side DI Connector (CG31/CG33) ............................................................. 88
7.9.2 Wiring the Output Side DO Connector (CG32/CG34) ........................................................ 88
7.9.3 Outline of Digital Signal Input Circuit .................................................................................. 89
7.9.4 Outline of Digital Signal Output Circuit ............................................................................... 91
7.9.5 Wiring for Sink Type Output (FCU7-DX670/DX770) ........................................................... 92
7.9.6 Wiring for Source Type Output (FCU7-DX671/DX771)....................................................... 93
8. Connections of I/O Interface ....................................................................................................... 94
8.1 Types of I/O Interface ............................................................................................................... 94
8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit ............................................................................................. 95
8.2.1 Outline of Remote I/O Unit.................................................................................................. 95
8.2.2 Names of Each Remote I/O Unit Section ........................................................................... 96
8.2.3 Setting of Station No. When Using Multiple Remote I/O Units............................................ 97
8.2.4 Outline of Digital Signal Input Circuit .................................................................................. 99
8.2.5 Outline of Digital Signal Output Circuit ............................................................................. 101
8.2.6 Outline of Analog Signal Output Circuit ............................................................................ 102
8.2.7 Outline of Analog Signal Input Circuit ............................................................................... 103
8.2.8 Connection of FCUA-DX10
/14
Unit and Machine Control Signal......................... 104
8.2.9 Connection of FCUA-DX14
Unit and Analog Input/Output Signal............................... 106
8.2.10 Connection of FCUA-DX11
Unit and Machine Control Signal................................... 107
8.2.11 Connection of FCUA-DX12
Unit and Machine Control Signal................................... 109
8.2.12 Cables..............................................................................................................................111
8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card .............................................................................................. 112
8.3.1 Outline .............................................................................................................................. 112
8.3.2 Hardware Interface ........................................................................................................... 113
8.3.3 Connections...................................................................................................................... 117
8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card ..................................................................................... 122
8.4.1 Connection Example......................................................................................................... 122
8.4.2 DI/DO Type Specifications ................................................................................................ 123
8.4.3 AI/AO Type Specifications................................................................................................. 128
8.4.4 Precautions for Wiring ...................................................................................................... 131
8.5 Connecting with Expansion I/O Card QY231.......................................................................... 133
8.5.1 Outline .............................................................................................................................. 133
8.5.2 Hardware Interface ........................................................................................................... 133
8.5.3 Connections...................................................................................................................... 136
9. Connections of Display Unit ..................................................................................................... 141
9.1 Display Unit Connection System Drawing .............................................................................. 141
9.1.1 FCU7-DA201-11 / FCU7-DA211-11 .................................................................................. 141
9.1.2 FCU7-DA315-11 / FCU7-DA415-11 / FCU7-DA445-11 .................................................... 142
9.2 Connecting with Power Supply ............................................................................................... 143
9.2.1 FCU7-DA201-11 / FCU7-DA211-11
(When using general-purpose 24VDC stabilized power supply) .................................... 144
9.2.2 FCU7-DA201-11 / FCU7-DA211-11 (When using PD25/PD27 power supply unit)........... 145
9.2.3 FCU7-DA315-11 / FCU7-DA415-11 / FCU7-DA445-11
(Connections of PD25/PD27 power supply unit) ............................................................ 146
9.3 Connecting with Operation Panel I/O Unit .............................................................................. 147
9.4 Connecting with Keyboard Unit .............................................................................................. 147
9.5 Connecting with Front IC Card I/F Unit................................................................................... 148
9.6 Connecting with Hard Disk Unit: FCU7-DA315-11 / FCU7-DA415-11 / FCU7-DA445-11....... 149
9.7 Connecting with Floppy Disk Unit: FCU7-DA315-11 / FCU7-DA415-11 / FCU7-DA445-11.... 150
10. Basic Wiring for Servo Drive Unit........................................................................................... 152
10.1 Basic Wiring for MDS-D/DH Series ...................................................................................... 152
10.2 Basic Wiring for MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 Series ......................................................................... 153
11. Turning the Power ON/OFF ..................................................................................................... 154
Appendix 1. EMC Installation Guidelines .................................................................................... 156
1.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 156
1.2 EMC Directives ....................................................................................................................... 156
1.3 EMC Measures ....................................................................................................................... 157
1.4 Panel Structure ....................................................................................................................... 157
1.4.1 Measures for Control Panel Body..................................................................................... 157
1.4.2 Measures for Door ............................................................................................................ 158
1.4.3 Measures for Power Supply.............................................................................................. 158
1.5 Measures for Wiring in Panel.................................................................................................. 159
1.5.1 Precautions for Wiring in Panel ........................................................................................ 159
1.5.2 Shield Treatment of Cables .............................................................................................. 160
1.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts................................................................................................... 161
1.6.1 Shield Clamp Fitting.......................................................................................................... 161
1.6.2 Ferrite Core....................................................................................................................... 161
1.6.3 Surge Absorber................................................................................................................. 163
1.6.4 Selection of Stabilized Power Supply ............................................................................... 165
Appendix 2. Cable.......................................................................................................................... 166
2.1 G014 Cable............................................................................................................................. 168
2.2 G015 Cable............................................................................................................................. 168
2.3 F020/F021/F022 Cable........................................................................................................... 169
2.4 G020/G021/G022 Cable ......................................................................................................... 170
2.5 G023/G024 Cable................................................................................................................... 170
2.6 FCUA-R030 Cable.................................................................................................................. 171
2.7 FCUA-R031 Cable.................................................................................................................. 172
2.8 G031/G032 Cable................................................................................................................... 173
2.9 F034/F035 Cable .................................................................................................................... 174
2.10 FCUA-R050/R054 Cable ...................................................................................................... 175
2.11 F070 Cable ........................................................................................................................... 176
2.12 F110 Cable ........................................................................................................................... 176
2.13 F120 Cable ........................................................................................................................... 177
2.14 G123 Cable........................................................................................................................... 177
2.15 F130 Cable ........................................................................................................................... 178
2.16 F140 Cable ........................................................................................................................... 179
2.17 G170 Cable........................................................................................................................... 180
2.18 G171 Cable........................................................................................................................... 180
2.19 F170 Cable ........................................................................................................................... 181
2.20 FCUA-R211 Cable ................................................................................................................ 181
2.21 G291 Cable........................................................................................................................... 182
2.22 G300 Cable........................................................................................................................... 183
2.23 G301 Cable........................................................................................................................... 183
2.24 R300 Cable........................................................................................................................... 184
2.25 R301 Cable........................................................................................................................... 184
2.26 G310 Cable........................................................................................................................... 185
2.27 G380 Cable........................................................................................................................... 185
2.28 G395 Cable........................................................................................................................... 186
2.29 G396 Cable........................................................................................................................... 186
2.30 G430 Cable........................................................................................................................... 187
2.31 SH21 Cable .......................................................................................................................... 188
2.32 SH41 Cable .......................................................................................................................... 188
2.33 E-TM Terminator Connector ................................................................................................. 189
2.34 R-TM Terminator Connector ................................................................................................. 189
Appendix 3. Connectors................................................................................................................ 190
3.1 Connectors for Control Unit .................................................................................................... 190
3.1.1 Operation Panel I/O Unit Connecting Connector (OPI) .................................................... 190
3.1.2 Auxiliary Axis Servo Drive Unit Connecting Connector (SV1)........................................... 190
3.1.3 Auxiliary Axis Servo Drive Unit Connecting Connector (SV2)........................................... 191
3.1.4 Skip Input Connector (SKIP)............................................................................................. 191
3.1.5 Serial Communication Connector (SIO) ........................................................................... 192
3.1.6 Encoder / Manual Pulse Generator Connecting Connector (ENC)................................... 192
3.1.7 Optical Communication Connecting Connector (OPT1) ................................................... 192
3.1.8 Remote I/O Unit Connecting Connector (RI01) ................................................................ 193
3.1.9 Remote I/O Unit Connecting Connector (RI02) ................................................................ 193
3.1.10 Emergency Stop Input Connector (EMGIN).................................................................... 193
3.1.11 Power OFF Input Connector (CFO1) .............................................................................. 194
3.1.12 24VDC Input Connector (DCIN) ..................................................................................... 194
3.1.13 Ethernet Connector (LAN) .............................................................................................. 194
3.1.14 DIO Input/Output Connector (SDIO)............................................................................... 195
3.2 Connectors for Operation Panel I/O Unit ................................................................................ 196
3.2.1 Manual Pulse Generator Connecting Connector (MPG) .................................................. 196
3.2.2 24VDC Input Connector (DCIN) ....................................................................................... 196
3.2.3 Remote I/O Unit Connecting Connector (RIO3) ............................................................... 196
3.2.4 Machine Input/Output Connector (CG31/CG32/CG33/CG34).......................................... 197
3.2.5 Reset Switch Input Connector (NCRST) .......................................................................... 198
3.2.6 Emergency Stop Input Connector (EMGIN)...................................................................... 198
3.2.7 Ethernet Connector (LAN) ................................................................................................ 199
3.2.8 24VDC Input Connector (DCIN) ....................................................................................... 199
3.3 Connectors for Display Unit .................................................................................................... 200
3.3.1 Ethernet Connector (LAN) ................................................................................................ 200
3.3.2 ON/OFF Switch Connector (ON/OFF) .............................................................................. 200
3.3.3 USB Connector (USB1, USB2)......................................................................................... 200
3.3.4 Remote ON/OFF Connector (CF24)................................................................................. 201
3.3.5 Emergency Stop Input Connector (EMGIN)...................................................................... 201
3.3.6 Power OFF Input Connector (CFO1)................................................................................ 201
3.3.7 24VDC Input Connector (DCIN) ....................................................................................... 202
3.3.8 Serial Communication Connector (SIOPC) ...................................................................... 202
3.4 Connectors for Power Supply Unit.......................................................................................... 203
3.4.1 24VDC Output Connector (DCOUT)................................................................................. 203
3.4.2 AC Power Input Connector (ACIN) ................................................................................... 203
3.4.3 ON/OFF Input Connector (ON/OFF)................................................................................. 203
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH Series) ............ 204
4.1 Selection of Cable................................................................................................................... 204
4.1.1 Cable Wire and Assembly................................................................................................. 204
4.2 Cable Connection Diagram..................................................................................................... 206
4.2.1 Battery Cable .................................................................................................................... 206
4.2.2 Power Supply Communication Cable and Connector....................................................... 207
4.2.3 Servo Detector Cable ....................................................................................................... 208
4.2.4 Brake Connecter (Brake Connector for Motor Brake Control Output) .............................. 212
4.2.5 Spindle Detector Cable ..................................................................................................... 213
4.2.6 C axis Detector Cable (For Serial Interface Conversion Unit APE391M Connection) ...... 215
4.3 Main Circuit Cable Connection Diagram................................................................................. 216
4.3.1 DRSV1 cable, DRSV2 cable............................................................................................. 216
4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings................................................................................. 217
4.4.1 Optical Communication Cable .......................................................................................... 217
4.4.2 Battery Connector............................................................................................................. 219
4.4.3 Power Supply Communication Connector ........................................................................ 220
4.4.4 Servo Detector Connector ................................................................................................ 221
4.4.5 Brake Connector............................................................................................................... 224
4.4.6 Power Connector .............................................................................................................. 225
4.4.7 Spindle Detector Connector.............................................................................................. 227
Appendix 5. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications
(MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 Series) ................................................................................... 229
5.1 Selection of Cable................................................................................................................... 229
5.1.1 Cable Wire and Assembly................................................................................................. 229
5.2 Cable Connection Diagram..................................................................................................... 231
5.2.1 Servo Detector Cable ....................................................................................................... 231
5.2.2 Spindle Detector Cable ..................................................................................................... 234
5.2.3 C Axis Detector Cable (For Serial Interface Conversion Unit APE391M Connection) ...... 236
5.3 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings................................................................................. 237
5.3.1 Optical Communication Cable .......................................................................................... 237
5.3.2 Servo Detector Connector ................................................................................................ 239
5.3.3 Brake Connector............................................................................................................... 241
5.3.4 Power Connector .............................................................................................................. 242
5.3.5 Drive Unit Side Main Circuit Connector ............................................................................ 243
5.3.6 Spindle Detector Connector.............................................................................................. 245
Appendix 6. Precautions for Wiring M700 Series ....................................................................... 247
6.1 Connecting the Optical Fiber Cable........................................................................................ 247
6.1.1 Outline of Optical Fiber Cable and Names of Each Part .................................................. 247
6.1.2 Precautions for Handling Optical Fiber Cable................................................................... 247
6.1.3 Precautions for Laying Optical Fiber Cable ...................................................................... 248
6.2 Precautions for Connecting Peripheral Devices ..................................................................... 248
6.3 Precautions for Connecting 24V Power Supply...................................................................... 248
6.4 Connection Example When Not Using Operation Panel I/O Unit ........................................... 249
6.5 Ferrite Core Installation Method ............................................................................................. 251
6.6 Example of Handy Terminal Connections ............................................................................... 252
6.6.1 Environment Specifications for Handy Terminal ............................................................... 252
6.6.2 Outline Drawing of Handy Terminal .................................................................................. 253
6.6.3 Connections of Handy Terminal........................................................................................ 255
6.6.4 Explanation of Handy Terminal Signals and Connection Cables ...................................... 256
Appendix 7. Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries................................................. 259
7.1 Restriction for Packing............................................................................................................ 259
7.1.1 Target Products................................................................................................................. 260
7.1.2 Handling by User .............................................................................................................. 261
7.1.3 Reference ......................................................................................................................... 262
7.2 Issuing Domestic Law of the United States for Primary Lithium Battery Transportation ......... 263
7.2.1 Outline of regulation.......................................................................................................... 263
7.2.2 Target products ................................................................................................................. 263
7.2.3 Handling by user............................................................................................................... 263
7.2.4 Reference ......................................................................................................................... 264
7.3 Example of Hazardous Goods Declaration List ...................................................................... 265
Appendix 8. Precautions for Use of Peripheral Devices and Commercially Available
Devices...................................................................................................................... 267
Appendix 9. Precautions for Use of Peripheral Devices and Commercially Available Devices
......................................................................................................................................................... 268
1. Introduction
1. Introduction
This manual explains the items required for installing and connecting the MITSUBISHI CNC 700 Series.
Read this manual thoroughly and understand the product's functions and performance before starting to use.
This manual is written on the assumption that all option functions are added, but the actually delivered device
may not have all functions.
The unit names, cable names and various specifications are subject to change without notice. Please confirm
these before placing an order.
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2. System Configuration
2.1 System Basic Configuration Drawing
2. System Configuration
2.1 System Basic Configuration Drawing
Manual pulse
penerator
Remote I/O
unit
Ethernet
hub
MF
M CODE DATA
AL1 AL2 AL3 AL4 TAP DEN OP SA
TF
T CODE DA TA
SFLED29 LED30 LED31LED32 LED33LED34 LED35LED36
MA
DEGITAL SWITCH
ON
OFF
SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SW6 SW7 SW8 SW9 SW10 SW11 SW12 SW13 OVSL OVC SRN F1D
HANDLE/STEPMULTIPLICATION
1000
100
5000
10
10000
-
Personal
computer
HANDLE
1
50000
100000
+
MODE SELECT
MANUAL FEED RATE
RAPID
270520720
1000
R-POINTRETURN200
1400
100
JOG
2000
52
2700
27
MEM 20
3700
5200
10
MDI
2
7200
10000
1
TAPE
0mm/min 14000
1STREFERENCEPOSITION
X
Y REACHEDZ
4
STEP
X
Y
Z
4
+X
+Y
+Z
+4
-X
-Y
-Z
-4
RESET
FIN
CUTTINGFEEDRATEOVERRIDE
100110
8090
120
130
70
140 MACHINELOCK MSTLOCK
60
50
150
160
40
30
170
20
10
180
190
200
0 %
RAPIDTRAVERSEOVERRIDE
100
50
25
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CYCLESTART
Machine
Operation Panel
SINGLEBLOCK DRYRUN
EMERGENCYSTOP
FEEDHOLD
IC card I/F
Operation panel
I/O unit
with DIO
Emergency stop
switch
Keyboard
unit
Display unit
Expansion
card
Control unit
Data server
Expansion unit
Emergency stop
switch
Remote I/O
unit
Synchronous
feed encoder
Manual pulse generator
Servo/Spindle
drive unit
MDS-D/DH Series
MDS-D-SVJ2/SPJ2 Series
Motor group
Auxiliary axis Servo
drive unit
MR-J2-CT/CT4 Series
Auxiliary axis
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2. System Configuration
2.2 General Connection Diagram
2.2 General Connection Diagram
2.2.1 Display Unit: FCU7-DA201-11/FCU7-DA211-11
RS T
The unit names, cable names and various specifications are subject
to change without notice. Always confirm these details before placing
an order.
Dotted lines indicate the sections
prepared by machine tool builder
Display Unit FCU7-DA201/DA211
Circuit breaker
ON
OFF
IC memory card interface
MC
CF
PC Board
IC memory card interface
Backlight
inverter
INV
LCD
8.4-type/10.4-type
LCD
F480 Cable
G093 Cable
USB3
interface
MC
Menu key
MC
F070 Cable
DCIN
24Vdc
24Vdc
Power Supply
24Vdc
DCOUT
USB
G031/G032 Cable
ACIN
SIO
FG
Circuit
breaker
MENUKEY
G290 Cable
Can be added onto
back of keyboard
G301
Cable
RS-232C Device
LAN
OT release SW
RA
G291 Cable
LAN USB2 USB1 FRONT_OUT
FG
24Vdc
EMG
F070 Cable
DCIN
F120 Cable
EMG
FG
G300 Cable
Machine operation panel
PC Keyboard
Mouse
G310 Cable
NCRST
Operation Panel
MPG
I/O Unit
FCU7DX670/DX671
DX770/DX771
DI:CG31/CG33
DO:CG32/CG34
LAN(user)
Keyboard Unit
FCU7-KB021/KB022/KB041
F020/F021/F022(12V) Cable
G020/G021/G022(5V) Cable
Manual Pulse generator HD60 (12V)
UFO-01-2Z9(5V)
FCUA-R211 Cable(SH41 Cable)
RIO3
F070 Cable
OPI
R300/R301Cable
Remote I/O unit
RIO1
RIO2
DX101
DCIN
24Vdc
To next unit or
terminator
Max: 128/128
Machine I/O
(Max: 64/64)
G013Cable(max:20m)
OT release SW
LAN1
EMG
terminator
F120 Cable
G123
EMG
OPI
Expansion Unit FCU7-EX89*
CF
Slot1
RA
Slot2
Slot3
EMG
FG
24Vdc
F070 Cable
DCIN
RS-232C Device
SIO x 2
F034/F035 Cable
CNC Unit
FCU7-MU001/MU002/MU011
SIO
SKIP
SKIP
FCUA-R030 Cable
ENC SV1 SV2 RIO1 RIO2
OPT1
SDIO
Sensor signals. 8 pints
Manual pulse generator
UFO-01-2Z9
(5V)
FieldBus OPT2 etc
EXT-CON
G023/G024 Cable
(Max:20m)
MDS-D/DH
Spindle/Servo
Drive Units
G380/G395/G396
Sync. Encoder
FCUA-R050,R054 Cable
SH21 Cable
FCUA-R211 Cable(SH41 Cable)
Remote I/O unit
RIO1
RIO2
DX101
DCIN
24Vdc
FCUA-R211
(SH41)
24Vdc
Machine I/O
SH21 Cable
FCUA-R211 Cable(SH41 Cable)
Remote I/O unit FCUA-R211
(SH41)
Remote I/O unit
RIO1
RIO2
DX101
DCIN
24Vdc
Machine I/O
To next unit or
terminator
Max: 256/256
Machine I/O
RIO1
RIO2
DX101
DCIN
24Vdc
3
Remote I/O unit
RIO1
RIO2
DX101
DCIN
Machine I/O
To next unit or
terminator
Max: 256/256
2. System Configuration
2.2 General Connection Diagram
2.2.2 Display Unit:
FCU7-DA315-11/FCU7-DA415-11/FCU7-DA445-11/FCU7-DA335-11/FCU7-DA435-11
The unit names, cable names and various specifications are
subject to change without notice. Always confirm these details
before placing an order.
RS T
Dotted lines indicate the sections
prepared by machine tool builder
Display Unit FCU7-DA315/DA415/DA445/DA335/DA435
Circuit breaker
ON
IC memory card interface
IC memory card interface
OFF
CF01
MC
F110 Cable
G171 Cable
MC
MC
ON
ACIN
G170 Cable
10.4-type/15-type
LCD
G093 Cable
EMG
F140 Cable
24Vdc
Power Supply
HDD
24Vdc
DCOUT
ACIN
HDD
Can be added onto
back of keyboard
USB
CF25
MENUKEY
FDD
F130 Cable
FG
G291 Cable
SIO LAN USB2 USB1 FRONT_OUT
FDD
(OPTION)
FG
Keyboard Unit
FCU7-KB021/KB022/KB041
G301
Cable
PC Keyboard
G290 Cable
G031/G032 Cable
RS-232C
Device
Can be added onto
back of keyboard
LAN
24Vdc
OT release SW
RA
USB interface
Menu key
Hard Disk Unit
FCU7-HD001-1
ON/OFF
Circuit
breaker
LCD
ON/OFF
DCOUT
Circuit
breaker
F480 Cable
INV
CF24
OFF
PD25/PD27
CF
PC Board
DCIN
Backlight inverter
EMG
F070 Cable
DCIN
F120 Cable
EMG
FG
NCRST
Operation Panel
I/O Unit MPG
FCU7DX670/DX671
DX770/DX771
DI:CG31/CG33
DO:CG32/CG34
LAN(user)
G300 Cable
Mouse
G310 Cable
OPI
RIO3
F020/F021/F022(12V) Cable
G020/G021/G022(5V) Cable
FCUA-R211 Cable(SH41 Cable)
F070 Cable
R300/R301 Cable
Machine operation panel
Manual Pulse generator HD60 (12V)
UFO-01-2Z9(5V)
Remote I/O unit
RIO1
RIO2
DX101
DCIN
24Vdc
(Max: 64/64)
To next unit or
terminator
Max: 128/128
Machine I/O
G013 Cable(max:20m)
OT release SW
LAN1
EMG
terminator
F120 Cable
G123
EMG
OPI
Expansion Unit
CF
Slot1
EMG
RA
FG
RS-232C Device
24Vdc
SIO x 2
F070 Cable
DCIN
F034/F035 Cable
SIO
SKIP
Slot3
FieldBus OPT2 etc
SKIP
ENC
FCUA-R030 Cable
SV1 SV2 RIO1 RIO2
OPT1
SDIO
EXT-CON
G023/G024 Cable
(Max:20m)
MDS-D/DH
Spindle/Servo
Drive Units
G380/G395/G396
Sync. Encoder
Slot2
*
CNC Unit
FCU7-MU001/MU002/MU011
/MA011
Sensor signals. 8 pints
Manual pulse generator
UFO-01-2Z9
(5V)
FCU7-EX89
FCUA-R050,R054 Cable
SH21 Cable
FCUA-R211 Cable(SH41 Cable)
Remote I/O unit
RIO1
RIO2
DX101
DCIN
24Vdc
FCUA-R211
(SH41)
24Vdc
Machine I/O
SH21 Cable
Remote I/O unit
FCUA-R211 Cable(SH41 Cable)
RIO1
RIO2
DX101
DCIN
24Vdc
To next unit or
terminator
Max: 256/256
Machine I/O
FCUA-R211
(SH41)
Remote I/O unit
RIO1
RIO2
DX101
DCIN
24Vdc
Machine I/O
4
Remote I/O unit
RIO1
RIO2
DX101
DCIN
Machine I/O
To next unit or
terminator
Max: 256/256
2. System Configuration
2.3 List of Configuration Units
2.3 List of Configuration Units
2.3.1 Control Unit: FCU7-MU001/FCU7-MU002/FCU7-MU011/FCU7-MA011
Type
FCU7-MU001
Function
M700 control unit set
Configuration element
Main control card (HN115)
CPU card (HN122)
Display/setting card (HN091)
Details
Export Trade Control Ordinance
and Foreign Trade Ordinance
noncompliant unit
M720 system compatible 24V input power supply card (HN081)
unit
Memory card (HN482)
G123 cable
Case set
FCU7-MU002
M700 control unit set
Main control card (HN116)
(CPU card section is within HN116.)
Display/setting card (HN091)
Export Trade Control Ordinance
and Foreign Trade Ordinance
noncompliant unit
M720 system compatible 24V input power supply card (HN081)
unit
Memory card (HN482)
G123 cable
Case set
FCU7-MU011
M700 control unit set
Main control card (HN115)
CPU card (HN123)
Display/setting card (HN091)
Export Trade Control Ordinance
and Foreign Trade Ordinance
noncompliant unit
M730 system compatible 24V input power supply card (HN081)
unit
Memory card (HN484)
G123 cable
Case set
FCU7-MA011
M700 control unit set
Main control card (HN145)
CPU card (HN123)
Display/setting card (HN091)
M750 system compatible 24V input power supply card (HN081)
unit
Memory card (HN484)
G123 cable
Case set
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Export Trade Control Ordinance
and Foreign Trade Ordinance
compliant unit
2. System Configuration
2.3 List of Configuration Units
2.3.2 Display Unit:
FCU7-DA201/FCU7-DA211/FCU7-DA315/FCU7-DA415/FCU7-DA445/FCU7-DA335/FCU7-DA435
Type
FCU7-DA201-xx
Function
8.4-type color LCD
display unit
WindowsCE compatible
(separated type)
FCU7-DA211-xx
10.4-type color LCD
display unit
WindowsCE compatible
(separated type)
Configuration element
Details
8.4-type (VGA) LCD, Escutcheon
Control card (ROD-6204-MIT1CE)
G093 cable
G291 cable
F480 cable
with front IC card (FCU7-EP102)
Control card 24VDC input
Mounting method:
Mount on front panel
10.4-type (VGA) LCD, Escutcheon
Control card (ROD-6204-MIT1CE)
G093 cable
G291 cable
F480 cable
with front IC card (FCU7-EP102)
Control card 24VDC input
Mounting method:
Mount on front panel
FCU7-DA315-xx
10.4-type color LCD
display unit
10.4-type (VGA) LCD, Escutcheon
Control card (MIC73M2)
WindowsXPe compatible G093 cable
G291 cable
(separated type)
F480 cable
with front IC card (FCU7-EP102)
Celeron 733MHz
Control card: 24VDC input
Mounting method:
Mount on front panel
Use PD25/PD27 for power
supply
FCU7-DA415-xx
10.4-type color LCD
display unit
10.4-type (VGA) LCD, Escutcheon
Control card (MIP12M2)
G093 cable
High-performance
G291 cable
version
WindowsXPe compatible F480 cable
with front IC card (FCU7-EP102)
(separated type)
Pentium III 1.26GHz
Control card: 24VDC input
Mounting method:
Mount on front panel
Use PD25/PD27 for power
supply
FCU7-DA445-xx
10.4-type color LCD
display unit (Wide view
angle)
10.4-type (VGA) LCD, Escutcheon
Control card (MIP12M2)
G093 cable
G291 cable
High-performance
F480 cable
version
WindowsXPe compatible with front IC card (FCU7-EP102)
(separated type)
Pentium III 1.26GHz
Control card: 24VDC input
Mounting method:
Mount on front panel
Use PD25/PD27 for power
supply
FCU7-DA335-xx
15-type color LCD
15-type (XGA)LCD, Escutcheon
display unit
Control card (MIC73M2)
WindowsXPe compatible with front IC card (FCU7-EP102)
(separated type)
Celeron733MHz
Control card: 24VDC input
Mounting method:
Mount on front panel
Use PD25/PD27 for power
supply
FCU7-DA435-xx
15-type color LCD
15-type (XGA)LCD, Escutcheon
display unit
Control card (MIC73M2)
High-performance
with front IC card (FCU7-EP102)
version
WindowsXPe compatible
(separated type)
Pentium III 1.26GHz
Control card: 24VDC input
Mounting method:
Mount on front panel
Use PD25/PD27 for power
supply
(Note 1) FCU7-DAxxx-01: without MITSUBISHI logo; without touch panel; with menu key
FCU7-DAxxx-11: with MITSUBISHI logo; without touch panel; with menu key
FCU7-DAxxx-21: without MITSUBISHI logo; with touch panel; with menu key
FCU7-DAxxx-31: with MITSUBISHI logo; with touch panel; with menu key
(FCU7-DA201-xx: without touch panel type only)
FCU7-DAxxx-61: without MITSUBISHI logo; with touch panel: without menu key
FCU7-DAxxx-71: with MITSUBISHI logo; with touch panel: without menu key
(Note 2) OS and S/W are not included for the types of display units listed above.
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2. System Configuration
2.3 List of Configuration Units
2.3.3 Operation Panel I/O Unit: FCU7-DX670/FCU7-DX671/FCU7-DX770/FCU7-DX771
Type
FCU7-DX670
Function
Sink/source input + sink
output
Configuration element
HN391
Mounting bracket
G301 cable
G310 cable
Terminator R-TM
FCU7-DX671
Sink/source input + source HN392
output
Mounting bracket
G301 cable
G310 cable
Terminator R-TM
FCU7-DX770
Sink/source input + sink
output
HN391+HN396
Mounting bracket
G301 cable
G310 cable
Terminator R-TM
FCU7-DX771
Sink/source input + source HN392+HN397
output
Mounting bracket
G301 cable
G310 cable
Terminator R-TM
Details
DI/DO = 32 points/32 points
(output 60mA)
Output insulation type (Note 1)
Display-main body relay I/F
Manual pulse generator 3ch
Emergency stop input
Remote I/O 1ch (160 points/160 points)
DI/DO = 32 points/32 points
(output 60mA)
Output insulation type (Note 1)
Display-main body relay I/F
Manual pulse generator 3ch
Emergency stop input
Remote I/O 1ch (160 points/160 points)
DI/DO = 64 points/64 points
(output 60mA)
Output insulation type (Note 1)
Display-main body relay I/F
Manual pulse generator 3ch
Emergency stop input
Remote I/O 1ch (128 points/128 points)
DI/DO = 64 points/64 points
(output 60mA)
Output insulation type (Note 1)
Display-main body relay I/F
Manual pulse generator 3ch
Emergency stop input
Remote I/O 1ch (128 points/128 points)
(Note 1) All points of the DO are insulated with a photo coupler. Thus, 24V must be input from an external
source for the DO output. Refer to"7.9 Connecting with Machine Operation Panel" for details.
(Note 2) Operation panel I/O unit can be mounted on the back side of the keyboard unit
FCU7-KB021/KB022/KB041.
2.3.4 Keyboard Unit : FCU7-KB021/FCU7-KB022/FCU7-KB041
Type
FCU7-KB021
FCU7-KB022
FCU7-KB041
Function
Configuration element
Details
8.4-type display keyboard
Escutcheon, key switch
Connect with G290 cable from display unit.
ONG layout for machining
center
Control card, G290 cable
Mounting method: Mount on front panel
8.4-type display keyboard
Escutcheon, key switch
Connect with G290 cable from display unit.
ONG layout for lathe
Control card, G290 cable
Mounting method: Mount on front panel
10.4-type display keyboard Escutcheon, key switch
Connect with G290 cable from display unit.
ABC layout
Mounting method: Mount on front panel
Control card, G290 cable
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2. System Configuration
2.3 List of Configuration Units
2.3.5 Remote I/O Unit: FCUA-DX100/DX110/DX120/DX140/DX101/DX111/DX121/DX141
Type
Function
Configuration element
Details
FCUA-DX100
Sink/source input + sink output RX311
DI/DO = 32 points/32 points
FCUA-DX110
Sink/source input + sink output RX311+RX321-1
DI/DO = 64 points/48 points
FCUA-DX120
Sink/source input + sink output RX311+RX321
+ analog output
DI/DO = 64 points/48 points
+ analog output 1 point
FCUA-DX140
Sink/source input + sink output RX311+RX341
+ analog input/output
DI/DO = 32 points/32 points
+ analog input 4 points
+ analog output 1 point
FCUA-DX101
Sink/source input + source
output
RX312
DI/DO = 32 points/32 points
FCUA-DX111
Sink/source input + source
output
RX312+RX322-1
DI/DO = 64 points/48 points
FCUA-DX121
Sink/source input + source
output + analog output
RX312+RX322
DI/DO = 64 points/48 points
+ analog output 1 point
FCUA-DX141
Sink/source input + source
output + analog input/output
RX312+RX341
DI/DO = 32 points/32 points
+ analog input 4 points
+ analog output 1 point
2.3.6 Scan I/O: HR357/HR347
Type
Function
Configuration element
Details
HR357
Scan I/O (source)
HR357
Scan DI/DO = 64 points/64 points
DI/DO = 32 points/32 points
HR347
Scan I/O (sink)
HR347
Scan DI/DO = 64 points/64 points
DI/DO = 32 points/32 points
2.3.7 Card-sized I/O Card: HR361/HR371/HR381/HR383
Type
Function
Configuration element
Details
HR361
DI16 (sink/source)
+DO16 (sink)
HR361
DI/DO = 16 points/16 points
HR371
DI32 (sink/source)
+DO16 (source)
HR371
DI/DO = 16 points/16 points
HR381
AO x 1
HR381
AO x 1
HR383
AI x 4+AO x 1
HR383
AI x 4+AO x 1
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2. System Configuration
2.3 List of Configuration Units
2.3.8 Extended I/O Card: QY231
Type
QY231
Function
Sink/source input + source
output
Configuration element
QY231
Details
Sink/source input 64 points
+ source output 48 points
2.3.9 Front IC Card Interface: FCU7-EP102-1 (option)
Type
FCU7-EP102-1
Function
Configuration element
Memory card slot x 1ch
Front IC card I/F
USB x 1ch (Ver1.1, Series "A" (USB-PC-CARD-TYPE-A)
Connectors)
Details
Connect with G291 cable from display
unit.
PC Card Standard ATA compliant
memory card TYPEI, TYPEII only
5VDC: max 220mA
USB(Ver1.1)I/F
(5VDC, max 100mA)
2.3.10 Hard Disk Unit: FCU7-HD001-1
Type
FCU7-HD001-1
Function
External memory device
Configuration element
Hard disk
Mounting plate,
cushioning rubber
F140 cable (50cm)
Details
Display unit
Connect with
FCU7-DA315/DA415/DA445.
Installation method: Mount on the back
of FCU7-KB041 (Note 1)
(Note 1) When not mounting the hard disk unit onto the back of the FCU7-KB041, face the cable lead-out side
vertically to a side with no vibration, and mount within ±15°.
(Note 2) OS and S/W are not included for the types of display units listed above.
2.3.11 Floppy Disk Unit: FCU7-FD221
Type
FCU7-FD221-1
Function
External memory device
Configuration element
Floppy disk drive
Mounting plate for
pendant box
F130 cable (1m)
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Details
Display unit
Connect with FCU7-DA315/DA415/
DA445
2. System Configuration
2.3 List of Configuration Units
2.3.12 Expansion Unit: FCU7-EX891
Type
FCU7-EX891
Function
Expansion unit x 1slot
Configuration element
HR891
Mounting plate, case set
Details
One expansion card HN5xx can be
mounted additionally.
Installation method: Mount on the side
of NC unit
(Note1) Only one expansion unit can be mounted.
2.3.13 Expansion Card
Type
Function
Configuration element
FCU7-HN551
Optical servo communication
I/F × 1ch
HN551
FCU7-HN552
Optical servo communication
I/F × 2ch
HN552
FCU7-HN571
PROFIBUS-DP × 1ch
HN571
FCU7-HN576
CC-Link × 1ch
HN576
Details
Expansion unit
Connect with FCU7-EX891.
Installation method: Insert in expansion
unit and fix with front cover
2.3.14 External Power Supply Unit: PD25/PD27
Type
Function
Configuration element
Details
PD25
External power supply with
power supply ON/OFF
function
Power supply card
Case set
Input 200VAC
Output 24VDC (3A)
PD27
External power supply with
power supply ON/OFF
function
Power supply card
Case set
Input 200V to 400VAC
Output 24VDC (8A)
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3. General Specifications (Environment Conditions)
3.1 Environment Conditions in Operation Box
3. General Specifications (Environment Conditions)
3.1 Environment Conditions in Operation Box
Unit name
Item
FCU7
-DA201
Type
Ambient
temperature
Ambient
General humidity
specifications
Vibration
resistance
Shock
resistance
Display unit (Note 5)
(Including keyboard and front IC card I/F unit)
FCU7
-DA211
FCU7
-DA315
During
operation
FCU7
-DA435
FCU7
FCU7
-DX670/ -DX770/
DX671
DX771
0 to 55°C (Note 1)
During
storage
-20 to 60°C
Long
term
10 to 75% RH (with no dew condensation)
Short
term
10 to 95% RH (with no dew condensation) (Note 2)
During
operation
2
4.9m/s [0.5G] or less
During
storage
2
29.4m/s [3.0G] or less
Working
atmosphere
No corrosive gases, dust or oil mist
Power
voltage
Required
power Power
specifi- capacity
cations
FCU7
FCU7
-DA415/
-DA335
DA445
Operation panel
I/O unit
24VDC ± 5%, ripple noise 240mV (P-P)
(max.)
2A
(max.)
2.5A
(max.)
3A
(max.)
2.8A
(max)
3.3A
(max)
0.5A
(Note 3)
2.9A
(Max.)
(Note 4)
0.7A
(Note 3)
5.0A
(max.)
(Note 4)
Instantaneous
stop tolerance
time
AC: 20ms or less (when using external power supply unit PD25/PD27),
24VDC: 2ms or less
Heating value
25W
(max.)
15W
(Typ)
Display
Others
Mass
Others
3.5 kg
46W
(max.)
37W
(Typ)
60W
(max.)
48W
(Typ)
4.0 kg
Keyboard unit
FCU7-KB021/KB022
FCU7-KB041
Front IC card I/F unit
FCU7-EP102-1
Hard disk unit
FCU7-HD001-1
: 0.6kg
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
(Note 3)
(Note 4)
53.5W
(max)
43W
(Typ)
67.5W
(max)
54W
(Typ)
30W
(max.)
(Note 4)
50W
(max.)
(Note 4)
6kg
: 1.0 kg
: 1.5 kg
0.6 kg
: 0.3 kg
The display grade (contrast/brightness) will drop at 45°C or more.
The period is within one month.
Current consumed by control circuit section.
Differs according to the number of machine input operation points and the load and number of
points connected to the machine output. The maximum value applies when all points are ON.
(Note 5) Panel front is equivalent to IP65F.
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3. General Specifications (Environment Conditions)
3.2 Environment Specifications in Electric Cabinet
3.2 Environment Specifications in Electric Cabinet
Unit name
Control unit
Expansion unit
Type
FCU7MU001/MU002/MU011/MA011
FCU7-EX891
Item
Ambient
temperature
Ambient
General humidity
specifications
Vibration
resistance
Shock
resistance
During
operation
During
storage
Long
term
10 to 75% RH (with no dew condensation)
Short
term
10 to 95% RH (with no dew condensation) (Note 1)
During
operation
4.9m/s2 [0.5G] or less
During
storage
29.4m/s2 [3.0G] or less
No corrosive gases, dust or oil mist
24VDC ± 5%
Output
current
200V to
230VAC
+10%-15%,
50/60Hz ± 1Hz
200V to
480VAC
+10%-15%,
50/60Hz ± 3Hz
3A (max) (control unit: 1.3A, expansion unit: 1.7A)
-
-
(max.)
―
1.0A (200VAC
at rated load)
1.5A (240VAC
at rated load)
0.76A
(480VAC at
rated load)
(max.)
―
3A
8A
Ripple noise 240mV (P-P)
(max.)
Instantaneous
stop tolerance
time
Others
PD27
-20 to 60°C
Input power
voltage
Required
power
specifi- Input
cations current
PD25
0 to 55°C
Working
atmosphere
Power
capacity
External power supply unit
Heating value
Mass
AC: 20ms or less, 24VDC: 2ms or less
27W (max)
15W(Typ)
34W (max)
17W(Typ)
35W (max)
58W (max)
1.1kg
0.6kg
1.5kg
2kg
(Note 1) The period is within one month.
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3. General Specifications (Environment Conditions)
3.3 Remote I/O Unit
3.3 Remote I/O Unit
Unit name
Type
Item
General
specifications
Remote I/O unit
FCUA-DX10†
FCUA-DX11†
During
operation
Ambient
temperature During
storage
Ambient
humidity
-20 to 60°C
Long term
10 to 75% RH (with no dew condensation)
Short term
10 to 95% RH (with no dew condensation) (Note 1)
Vibration resistance
4.9m/s2 or less (during operation)
Shock resistance
29.4m/s2 or less (during operation)
Required Input power voltage
Power
Power capacity
specifiInstantaneous stop
cation
tolerance time
Heating value (Max.)
Mass
FCUA-DX14†
0 to 55°C
Working atmosphere
Others
FCUA-DX12†
No corrosive gases, dust
24VDC±5%
24V 0.7A (Note 2)
Ripple noise 200mV (P-P)
24V 1.5A (Note 2)
24V 0.7A (Note 2)
—
25W (Note 3)
30W (Note 3)
0.5kg
0.6kg
30W (Note 3)
0.6kg
0.6kg
(Note 1) The period is within one month.
(Note 2) Amount consumed by control circuit
(Note 3) Differs according to the number of machine input operation points and the load and number of
points connected to the machine output. The maximum value applies when all points are ON.
3.4 Servo / Spindle
Refer to the following manuals for details on the servo and spindle system.
MDS-D Series
MDS-DH Series
MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 Series
Specification Manual
Specification Manual
Specification Manual
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(IB-1500011)
(IB-1500003)
(IB-1500158)
3. General Specifications (Environment Conditions)
3.5 Heat Radiation Countermeasures
3.5 Heat Radiation Countermeasures
Please refer to the following method for heat radiation countermeasures.
Example of heat radiation countermeasures
<Hypothetical conditions>
(1) Average internal temperature of operation panel: T
≤
(2) Peripheral temperature of operation panel
: Ta ≤
(3) Internal temperature rise value
:
ΔT =
Procedures for heat design and verification
Calculate total heat radiation of each
mounted unit (W)
(1) Refer to "3. General Specification" for the heat
generated by each unit.
W1 = U × A × ΔT
U: 6 W/m2°C
A: Effective heat radiation area (m2)
ΔT: Internal temperature rise value (10°C)
(Area where heat can be radiated from
operation panel)
<Caution>
8 W/m2°C can be applied only when the
operation panel is so small that the internal
temperature stays uniform.
Comparison of W and W1
W>W1
Selection of heat exchanger
Mounting design
(3) Points of caution for heat radiation
countermeasures when designing mounting
state
* Consider convection in operation panel
(eliminate heat spots)
* Collect hot air at suction port of heat
exchanger in operation panel.
Collection of internal temperature rise
distribution data
ΔT≤10°C
<Supplement>
(2) Enclosed cabinet (thin steel plate) cooling
capacity calculation equation
Calculate cooling capacity of
operation panel (W1)
W ≤ W1
55°C
0°C to 45°C
T–Ta (max) = 10°C
Evaluation
ΔT>10°C
Improvements
(4) Criterion for internal temperature rise
distribution data
ΔT (average value) ≤ 10°C
ΔTmax (maximum value) ≤ 15°C
R (inconsistency ΔTmax – ΔTmin) ≤ 6°C
(Evaluate existence of heat spots)
Completion
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3. General Specifications (Environment Conditions)
3.5 Heat Radiation Countermeasures
The following shows an example of calculation applied to heat radiation countermeasures for the operation
panel. Because heat will accumulate in the upper portions of the unit, install an agitating fan as required.
200
500
Display unit
(Agitating fan)
260
140
120
600
<Calculation example of heating value in operation panel>
(1) Calculation of unit heating value
Heating value (W)
Total heating value of units (W):
27W (= display unit + operation panel I/O unit)
Total heating value (W) by machine input (D1):
5.6W (= 24V; total heating value when the 32 points are simultaneously turned ON × 7.3mA × 32)
... 24V; current consumption per point of the operation panel I/O unit DI ÷ 3.3kΩ ≒ 7.3mA
Total heating value W = 32.6W (27 + 5.6)
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3. General Specifications (Environment Conditions)
3.5 Heat Radiation Countermeasures
(2) Calculation of operation panel cooling capacity
Tolerance value for temperature rise (Δt)
Panel internal temperature (according to each unit’s specification) T ≤ 55C°
Panel peripheral temperature (according to machine’s specification) Ta ≤ 45C°
Tolerance value for internal temperature rise ΔT = 10C°
(T – Ta)
Heat radiation area (A)
The surface of the molded unit, which has lower radiation capacity than the metal plate surface,
should be excluded for the heat radiation area in principle.
The bottom of the operation panel, which has difficulty in radiating due to the temperature
distribution, should also be excluded for the heat radiation area in principle.
Heat radiation area A = 0.71mm2
(≒ 0.6 × 0.12 + 0.6 × 0.5 × 2 – (0.26 + 0.14) × 0.2 + 0.12 × 0.5 × 2)
(Top surface)
(Front, rear surface)
(Unit surface)
(Both sides surface)
Operation panel cooling capacity (W1)
Calculate the cooling capacity to keep the temperature rise in the operation panel less than 10°C.
Cooling capacity W1 = 42.6W (6 × A × ΔT)
(3) Comparison of heating value and operation panel cooling capacity
The operation panel cooling capacity is over the heating value, which presumed no need to install
the heat exchanger.
(4) Confirmation with the actual machine
The result of the calculation above is only a rough indication. The actual temperature rise may differ
according to the structure of the operation panel.
Be sure to confirm the temperature rise value in the operation panel when the machine is running.
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3. General Specifications (Environment Conditions)
3.6 Noise Countermeasures
3.6 Noise Countermeasures
3.6.1 Connection of FG (Frame Ground)
The frame should basically be grounded at one ground point.
Connect the control unit's 0V (RG) to the FG on the +24V stabilized power supply.
Control unit
MITSUBISHI
FG
0V(RG)
24VDC
Short bar
AC input
FG cable
Stabilized power supply
Main grounding plate
for electric cabinet
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3. General Specifications (Environment Conditions)
3.6 Noise Countermeasures
3.6.2 Shield Clamping of Cables
The shield cables connected to the units must be connected to the ground by using clamp fittings to stabilize
the operation while preventing malfunctioning due to noise. (Refer to Appendix 1.6.1.)
3.6.3 Connecting Spark Killers
Connect a spark killer on the coil or the contact in parallel for noise countermeasures.
Use spark killers which are 0.33 to 0.1 µF, 10 to 120 Ω.
Contact
Spark
killer
Spark
killer
E
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Coil
4. Outline Drawing
4.1 Control Unit
4. Outline Drawing
4.1 Control Unit
Space required
at top
(1) Control unit only
(1)
Control unit
(2)
(7)
(8)
(3)
(4)
Space required
for wiring
(9)
Space required for
connecting cables
Space required
for wiring
(5)
(6)
(11)
(10)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
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4. Outline Drawing
4.1 Control Unit
Space required
at top
(2) With expansion unit
(1)
Control unit
Expansion unit
(2)
(7)
(3)
(8)
(4)
Space required
for wiring
(9)
Space required for
connecting cables
Space required for wiring
(5)
(6)
(11)
(10)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
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4. Outline Drawing
4.1 Control Unit
(3) Explanation of control unit and connector functions
Connec-
No. tor name
Function
Connec-
Function
No. tor name
(1)
SV1
Auxiliary axis servo communication I/F
(9)
ENC
Encoder input 1ch
(5V manual pulse generator input 2ch)
(2)
SV2
Auxiliary axis servo communication I/F
(10)
SDIO
Input/output I/F for safety monitoring
(3)
OPT1
Optical servo communication I/F
(11)
RIO1
Remote IO unit I/F
(4)
LAN1
NC LAN communication I/F
(12)
RIO2
Remote IO unit I/F
(5)
FG
Frame ground
(13)
DCIN
24VDC input
(6)
SKIP
Skip input 8ch
(14)
CF01
Power OFF input
(7)
OPI
Operation panel I/O unit I/F (Note 1)
(15)
EMG
External emergency stop input (Note 2)
(8)
SIO
RS-232C communication I/F 2ch
(Note 1) When not using OPI connector, connect the terminator connector E-TM (optional).
(Note 2) Use this when not using the Operation panel I/O unit, or when installing an emergency stop switch in
the electric cabinet. Connect a terminator (G123 cable) when not using.
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4. Outline Drawing
4.1 Control Unit
(4) Explanation of expansion unit and connector functions
Expansion unit connector differs depending on the expansion card integrated into the unit.
[FCU7-HN551/FCU7-HN552 (Optical servo communication I/F)]
(1)
(2)
No. Connector name
Function
(1)
OPT2
Optical servo
communication I/F
(2)
OPT3
Optical servo
communication I/F
(Note) OPT3 is mounted on FCU7-HN552 only.
[FCU7-HN571 (PROFIBUS-DP 1ch)]
(1)
(2)
(3)
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No.
Connector name
Function
(1)
CONF
PROFIBUS-DP
configuration I/F
(2)
NET
PROFIBUS-DP
communication I/F
(3)
FG
Frame ground
4. Outline Drawing
4.1 Control Unit
[FCU7-HN576(CC-Link 1ch)]
(1)
(2)
No. Connector name
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Function
(1)
CC-LINK
CC-Link
communication I/F
(2)
FG
Frame ground
4. Outline Drawing
4.2 Display Unit
4.2 Display Unit
4.2.1 FCU7-DA201 (8.4-type)
(Space required for wiring)
(Note) The space of 40mm or more should be provided above the display unit for maintenance.
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4. Outline Drawing
4.2 Display Unit
4.2.2 FCU7-DA211 / FCU7-DA315 / FCU7-DA415 / FCU7-DA445 (10.4-type)
(1) 10.4-type (WindowsCE compatible)
(Space required for wiring)
(Note) The space of 30mm or more should be provided above the display unit for maintenance.
(2) 10.4-type (WindowsXP compatible)
(Space required for wiring)
(Note) The space of 30mm or more should be provided above the display unit for maintenance.
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4. Outline Drawing
4.2 Display Unit
(3) 10.4-type (WindowsCE compatible) with touch-panel display
(Space required for wiring)
(Note) The space of 30mm or more should be provided above the display unit for maintenance.
(4) 10.4-type (WindowsXP compatible) with touch-panel display
(Space required for wiring)
(Note) The space of 30mm or more should be provided above the display unit for maintenance.
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4. Outline Drawing
4.2 Display Unit
4.2.3 FCU7-DA335 / FCU7-DA435 (15-type)
(1) 15-type
400
320
20
27
110 (Space required for wiring)
4. Outline Drawing
4.2 Display Unit
(2) 15-type : with touch panel ; with menu key
20 110 (Space required for wiring)
320
400
(3) 15-type : with touch panel ; without menu key
20 110 (Space required for wiring)
320
400
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4. Outline Drawing
4.2 Display Unit
4.2.4 FCU7-DA201 (8.4-type) / FCU7-DA211 (10.4-type) Rear View
(1)
(12)
(14)
(13)
(2)
(11)
(10)
(3)
(9)
(8)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Explanation of display unit and connector functions
No.
Connector
name
(1)
CF
Function
Compact flash card I/F
(ATA connection specifications)
No.
Connector
name
(8)
PCLAN
(9)
LCD
(2) FRONT_OUT Front IC card I/F
(3)
INV
(4)
DCIN
(5)
LCD inverter power output
24VDC input
MENUKEY Menu key connector
Function
Personal computer LAN I/F
LCD I/F
(10)
USB1
USB (Ver1.1) I/F
(5V, max 500mA)
(11)
USB2
USB (Ver1.1) I/F
(5V, max 500mA)
(6)
BAT
Battery connector
(12)
BATTERY
(7)
SIO
RS-232C communication I/F 2ch
(13)
FAN2
External fan I/F
(24V, max 270mA)
(14)
FAN1
Internal fan I/F (24V)
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Battery holder
Battery: Q6BAT
4. Outline Drawing
4.2 Display Unit
4.2.5 FCU7-DA315 / FCU7-DA415 / FCU7-DA445 / FCU7-DA335 / FCU7-DA435 Rear View
(22)
(1)
(12)
(21)
(20)
(19)
(2)
(11)
(10)
(3)
(7)
(9)
(8)
(4)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(5)
(6)
(17)
(18)
Explanation of display unit and connector functions
No.
Connector
name
(1)
CF
Function
No.
Compact flash card I/F
(IDE connection specifications)
(4)
(5)
INV
DCIN
Function
(12) BATTERY Battery holder
(2) FRONT_OUT Front IC card I/F
(3)
Connector
name
LCD inverter power output
PD25/PD27 power supply I/F
24VDC input
MENUKEY Menu key connector
Battery: Q6BAT
(13)
CF01
PD25/PD27 power supply I/F
ACFAIL input
(14)
CF24
PD25/PD27 power supply I/F
ON/OFF input/output
(15)
EMG
Not used.
(16)
FDD
Floppy disk I/F
(6)
BAT
Battery connector
(17)
HDD
Hard disk I/F
(7)
SIO
RS-232C communication I/F 1ch (2ch)
(18)
CF25
Not used.
(8)
PCLAN
Personal computer LAN I/F
(19)
FAN3
External fan I/F (24V, max 270mA)
(9)
LCD
LCD I/F
(20) ONOFF ON/OFF switch I/F
(10)
USB1
USB (Ver1.1) I/F (5V, max 500mA)
(21)
FAN2
Fan 2 I/F (24V)
(11)
USB2
USB (Ver1.1) I/F (5V, max 500mA)
(22)
FAN1
Fan 1 I/F (24V)
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4. Outline Drawing
4.2 Display Unit
4.2.6 FCU7-EP102 (Front IC Card I/F Unit)
(1)
(2)
Explanation of front IC card I/F unit and connector functions
No. Connector name
Function
(1) Memory card I/F
PC Card Standard ATA compliant
memory card TYPEI, TYPEII only
(5VDC : max 220mA)
(2) USB I/F
USB(Ver1.1)I/F
(5V, max 100mA)
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4. Outline Drawing
4.3 Operation Panel I/O Unit
4.3 Operation Panel I/O Unit
4.3.1 FCU7-DX670 / FCU7-DX671 / FCU7-DX770 / FCU7-DX771 Outline Drawing
116
(1)
(8)
(9)
(2)
(3)
167
(4)
(12 )
(10)
(5)
(11)
(6)
(7)
105 (S pace required for wiring)
Explanation of Operation panel I/O unit and connector functions
No.
(1)
Connector
name
NCRST
No.
Function
Connector
name
Function
NC keyboard → Control unit
Reset I/F (DI: 1 point used)
(6)
CG32
DO: 32 points 60mA
(7)
CG31
DI: 32 points
(2)
DCIN
24VDC input
(8)
PCLAN
Display side LAN connection I/F
(3)
EMGIN
External emergency stop input for
operation panel
(9)
MPG
Manual pulse generator 3ch
(4)
OPI
Control unit connection I/F
(5)
RIO3
Remote I/O
Connection I/F for 3rd channel
expansion
32
(10)
CG34
DO: 32 points 60mA
(11)
CG33
DI: 32 points
(12)
FG
RIO3 cable clamp FG
4. Outline Drawing
4.4 Keyboard Unit
4.4 Keyboard Unit
4.4.1 FCU7-KB021 / FCU7-KB022 (ONG Layout)
110 (Space required for wiring)
(Note) The above side view shows the state with the Operation panel I/O unit mounted.
4.4.2 FCU7-KB041 (ABC Layout)
110 (Space required for wiring)
(Note) The above side view shows the state with the Operation panel I/O unit mounted.
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4. Outline Drawing
4.5 Hard Disk Unit
4.5 Hard Disk Unit
42
4.5
4.5.1 FCU7-HD001-1
22
hole
4.5
44
84
4.5
4 .5
6.7
28
110
114
124
The flat cable (F140) is enclosed.
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7.3
4. Outline Drawing
4.6 Floppy Disk Unit
4.6 Floppy Disk Unit
4.6.1 FCU7-FD221-1
<Panel cut drawing> 2-M4 screw
143.4
Square
hole
130
31.5
FDD
120
108
15.5
<F130 cable>
149 (FDD dimension)
15
30.5
155
F130 cable is enclosed.
35
1000 (Cable length)
120
5.6
109
2-φ5 hole
4. Outline Drawing
4.7 Card-sized I/O Card
4.7 Card-sized I/O Card
93
4.7.1 HR361 / HR371 / HR381 / HR383
55
(1) Card corner holder
Use a card corner holder for fixing card-sized I/O card.
8
Recommended card corner holder: KGCH-20-0 (KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES)
10
6.2
15
6.5 5
6.5 1.5
20
3.5
1.8
5.4
7.7
7
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4. Outline Drawing
4.7 Card-sized I/O Card
(2) Example of card-sized I/O card connector PCB
7.1 +0.1
0
R
8
0.
0
86 -0.2
5.5+0.1
0
5.5 +0.1
0
5.25
15
3x15=45
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4. Outline Drawing
4.8 Remote I/O Unit Outline
4.8 Remote I/O Unit Outline
4.8.1 FCUA-DX100 / FCUA-DX110 / FCUA-DX120 / FCUA-DX140 / FCUA-DX101 / FCUA-DX111 /
FCUA-DX121 / FCUA-DX141
100
Top
168
135
6
150
40
70
135
Bottom
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4. Outline Drawing
4.9 Grounding Plate and Clamp Fitting
4.9 Grounding Plate and Clamp Fitting
The shield wire generally only needs to
be grounded to the connector's case frame.
However, the effect can be improved by
directly grounding to the grounding plate as
shown on the right.
Install the grounding plate near each unit.
Peel part of the cable sheath as shown on
the right to expose the shield sheath. Press
that section against the grounding plate with
the clamp fitting. Note that if the cable is thin,
several can be clamped together.
Install the grounding plate directly onto the
cabinet or connect a grounding wire so that
sufficient frame grounding is achieved.
Cable
Clamp fitting
(Fitting A, B)
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Grounding plate
Shield sheath
Clamp section drawing
Parts name
Grounding plate
Clamp set
Model
Remark
Grounding plate D
With two clamp fittings A
Grounding plate E
With one clamp fitting B
Clamp set A
Clamp fittings A, holding parts and fitting threads are enclosed
Clamp set B
Clamp fitting B, holding parts and fitting threads are enclosed
Outline drawing
Grounding plate
Clamp fitting
17.5
MAX L
10
24 +0.3
0
35
6
7
3
24
0
-0.2
A
C
B±0.3
30
2-ø5 hole
Installation hole
Note 1 M4 screw
6
22
11
35
A
B
C
Grounding plate D
100
86
30
Clamp fitting A
70
Grounding plate E
70
56
–
Clamp fitting B
45
(Note 1) Screw hole for wiring to cabinet's grounding plate
(Note 2) The grounding plate thickness is 1.6mm
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L
5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.1 Control Unit
5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.1 Control Unit
(1) Control unit only
Top
6
156
(16)
3-M5 screw
6
64
(6)
Bottom
(2) With expansion unit
3-M5 screw
6
156
(16)
Top
40
6
64
(6)
40
Bottom
5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.2 Display Unit
5.2 Display Unit
5.2.1 FCU7-DA201 (8.4-type)
260 (display unit outline)
250±0.3
(Square hole)
184
190±0.3
200 (display unit outline)
244
4-M3 screw
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5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.2 Display Unit
5.2.2 FCU7-DA211 / FCU7-DA315 / FCU7-DA415 / FCU7-DA445 (10.4-type)
290 (display unit outline)
280±0.3
(Square hole)
204
210±0.3
220 (display outline)
274
4-M3 screw
42
5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.2 Display Unit
5.2.3 FCU7-DA335 / FCU7-DA435 (15-type)
400 (unit outline)
195 ±
0.2
320 (unit outline)
302
155 ±
0.2
195 ±
155 ±
0.2
382
8 – M3 screw
43
0.2
5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.3 Operation Panel I/O Unit
5.3 Operation Panel I/O Unit
5.3.1 FCU7-DX670 / FCU7-DX671 / FCU7-DX770 / FCU7-DX771
116 (unit outline)
106 ± 0.2
(5)
5
5
148 ± 0.2
( 14 )
167 (unit outline)
4-M3 screw
(Remarks) When using the Mitsubishi keyboard, the Operation panel I/O unit can be mounted on the back of
the keyboard.
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5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.4 Keyboard Unit
5.4 Keyboard Unit
5.4.1 FCU7-KB021 / FCU7-KB022 (ONG Layout)
140 (keyboard outline)
130±0.3
182
190±0.3
200 (keyboard outline)
122
4-M3 screw
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5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.4 Keyboard Unit
5.4.2 FCU7-KB041 (ABC Layout)
230 (keyboard outline)
220±0.3
202
210±0.3
220 (keyboard outline)
212
4-M3 screw
46
5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.5 Hard Disk Unit
5.5 Hard Disk Unit
5.5.1 FCU7-HD001
91 (unit outline)
45.5
110 ± 0.2
124 (unit outline)
7.3
2-M4 screw hole
(Note) When mounting the hard disk unit, face the cable lead-out side directly straight up, and mount
within ±15°.
15°
15°
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5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.5 Hard Disk Unit
5.5.2 Mounting on a Keyboard Unit
Fix the hard disk unit on the back of the keyboard unit (FCU7-KB041) as follows, with 3 pieces of M4 screws.
Keyboard
M4 x 10
(3 pieces)
Hard disk unit
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5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.6 External Power Supply Unit
5.6 External Power Supply Unit
5.6.1 PD25
65
6
ON/OFF
FAN ALARM
POWER
2R
3
DC OUT
6
6
130
30
49
230
208
220
ON/OFF SW
230
AC IN
5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.6 External Power Supply Unit
5.6.2 PD27
65
6
230
208
220
ON/OFF SW
230
AC IN
ON/OFF
FAN ALARM
POWER
2R
3
DC OUT
6
6
170
30
5.6.3 Mounting Direction and Clearance
Mount the external power supply unit vertically and so that it is visible from the front. Provide space for heat
dissipation and ventilation.
100mm
20mm
20mm
100mm
50
5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.7 Remote I/O Unit
5.7 Remote I/O Unit
5.7.1 FCUA-DX100 / FCUA-DX110 / FCUA-DX120 / FCUA-DX140 / FCUA-DX101 / FCUA-DX111 /
FCUA-DX121 / FCUA-DX141
Mounting hole
6
156
6
2 - M5 - 0.8 screw
34
6
51
5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.8 Manual Pulse Generator
5.8 Manual Pulse Generator
5.8.1 UFO-01-2Z9
Gasket
Index
3-M4 stud
Panel cut diameter
72 at equal pitch
Above size only
[Panel cut drawing]
3-ø4.8 at equal pitch
Produced by NIDEC NEMICON CORPORATION
(Note) This product does not comply with the MELDAS specifications.
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5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.8 Manual Pulse Generator
5.8.2 HD60
3. 6
ø77±0.5
Packing t2.0
ø80±1
3-M4 stud bolt L10
12V
ø60±0.5
16
27±0.5
24
0V
A
B
8. 89
ø60±0.5
7. 60
[Panel cut drawing]
3-ø4.8
(Divide equally
by three)
120°
ø62
+2
0
ø72±0.2
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Installation of
screws other than
M3 x 6 not possible
5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.9 Synchronous Feed Encoder
5.9 Synchronous Feed Encoder
5.9.1 OSE-1024-3-15-68
68
Caution plate
56
ø68
68
-0.009
-0.025
56
ø50
4-ø5.4 hole
20
28
2
5
3
19. 5
102
33
135
ø14.3
0
-0. 11
2
ø15
- 0. 006
- 0. 017
5 -0.012
-0.042
+0. 14
1. 15 0
26
3 +0.0 1
ø16
+0. 14
1. 15 0
Cross section BB
009
ø50 -- 0.
0. 025
2
Enlarged drawing of key
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Valid depth of key groove is 21mm
5. Panel Cut Dimension Drawing / Installation Dimension Drawing
5.10 F Installation Plate
5.10 F Installation Plate
5.5
5. 5
65
47.1±0.2
42.6±0.2
5
2.
Square
24
12±0.2
5
R
2-
Hole
12
2
75
1.
R
-
38
76
Thickness: 1.6mm
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.1 Control Unit Connection System Drawing
6. Connections of Control Unit
The method for connecting to each unit and device from the control unit are briefly explained in this section.
6.1 Control Unit Connection System Drawing
Operation panel I/O unit
Control unit
OPI
SIO
G013 cable
OPI
F034, F035 cable
SV2
SKIP
G301 cable
LAN
RS-232C device
R050, R054 cable
Synchronous feed encoder, or
G023, G024 cable
5V manual pulse generator
ENC
SV1
PCLAN
Display unit
SH21 cable
Auxiliary axis servo drive unit (MR-J2-CT)
SH21 cable
Auxiliary axis servo drive unit (MR-J2-CT)
R030 cable
Skip input (Sensor input)
G395, G396, G380 cable
OPT1
Servo/Spindle drive unit (Note 1)
R211 cable
Remote I/O unit
RIO1
R211 cable
Remote I/O unit
RIO2
G300 cable (cross)
Ethernet device
LAN1
EMG
SDIO
CF01
DCIN
EXT
G123 terminal
Emergency stop signal
(Note 2)
Connecting with
safety observing I/O device
(Door open input, etc.)
(Note 1)
Refer to the section 6.6 for the cable selection
criteria.
Inputting power shutoff signal
(Note 3)
F070 cable
24VDC
Stabilized
power supply
Expansion
unit
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(Note 2)
Use when not using operation panel I/O unit, or when
installing an emergency stop switch in the electric
cabinet. (Connection cable: F120 cable) When not
used, connect the terminal connector (G123 cable).
G123 terminal cable comes with the control unit.
(Note 3)
Input power shutoff signal as needed. If power shutoff
signal is not input, the power inside the control unit is
retained at least for 4ms after 24VDC stabilized
power supply has been shutoff.
6. Connections of Control Unit
6.2 Connecting with Power Supply
6.2 Connecting with Power Supply
Connect a general-purpose 24VDC stabilized power supply or PD25/PD27 power supply unit to the control
unit.
6.2.1 When Using General-Purpose 24VDC Stabilized Power Supply
(1) Connection of power supply
F070 cable
DCIN
24VDC Stabilized
power supply
+24V
0V
(Note 2)
AC
AC
Y
NC control unit
(Bottom view)
DCIN
DCIN
24VDC
1
0V
2
FG
3
NFB
MC
R
S
T
FG
OFF
FG
ON
MC
Connector name: DCIN
Contact: 2-178288-3
Connector: 1-175218-5
Recommended manufacturer: Tyco Electronics AMP
MC
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (F070 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (DCIN connector)"
(Note 1) Rush current may occur to lead welding on the contacts, when a magnetic switch such as relay
directly controls 24VDC’s ON/OFF during 24V power supply to the control unit.
Use relay with large heat capacity of contacts to control 24VDC's ON/OFF.
(Note 2) Make a short-circuit between OV and FV on the terminal block to cut noise.
(2) Specifications of power supply
Consider the following characteristics when selecting the stabilized power supply (prepared by machine
tool builder). Use a power supply that complies with CE Marking or that follows the safety standards given
below.
[Stabilized power supply selection items]
Item
Voltage
Output fluctuation
Ripple noise
Output current
Output holding time
Standard
setting
±5%
Remarks
±5% or less of 24VDC output
240mV (P-P)
-20ms
Refer to the maximum current consumption of the unit
in use and calculate.
Instantaneous power failure time (AC side)
[Standards]
Safety Standards
: UL1950, CSA C22.2 No. 234 approved, IEC950 compliant
Noise Terminal Voltage
: FCC Class A, VCCI-Class A
High Harmonics Current Restrictions
: IEC61000-3-2
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.2 Connecting with Power Supply
6.2.2 When Using PD25/PD27 Power Supply Unit
When using ACFAIL signal for control, use PD25/PD27 power supply unit.
(1) Connection of PD25/PD27 power supply
PD25/PD27 power supply unit
NC control unit
(Bottom view)
DCIN
MC
ACIN
NFB
R
F110 cable
Y
S
T
CF01
FG
DCIN
ON/OFF SW
ACFAIL
CF01
ON/OFF
F170 cable
FAN ALARM
POWER
ON
DCOUT
OFF
ON/OFF switch
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (F110 cable, F170 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (DCIN connector, CF01 connector)"
ACIN: AC input
ACIN
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 2-178128-3
Contact
: 1-175218-5
Recommended : Tyco Electronics AMP
manufacturer
ON/OFF SW: Switch ON (upward) --- 24VDC output
: Switch OFF (downward) --- 24VDC output OFF
1 ACIN N
2 ACIN H
3 FG
ON/OFF: Connect to ON/OFF switch
ON/OFF SW
ON/OFF
FAN ALARM
POWER
1
2
3
4
5
NC
P-OFF
0V
0V
P-ON
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 1-178288-5
Contact
: 1-175218-5
Recommended : Tyco Electronics AMP
manufacturer
DCOUT
POWER: Green light at +24V output
DCOUT : Left connector --- 24VDC output
: Right connector --- Power shutoff detection signal
(ACFAIL) output
B (Y)
A (X)
<Cable side connector type>
1 ACFAIL +24V
Connector
: 3-178127-6
2
0V
0V
Contact
: 1-175218-5
3
FG
FG
Recommended : Tyco Electronics AMP
manufacturer
<Related items>
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (ACIN connector, ON/OFF connector, DCOUT connector)"
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.2 Connecting with Power Supply
(2) Specifications of PD25/PD27 power supply
Item
PD25
Input power voltage 200V to 230VAC
+10%-15%
50/60Hz ± 1Hz
Output current
3A
Dimension
130mm x 65mm x 230mm
Mass
1.5kg
Output holding time 300ms
PD27
200V to 480VAC
+10%-15%
50/60Hz ± 3Hz
8A
170mm x 65mm x 230mm
2.5kg
300ms
(Note) PD25/PD27 cannot be turned ON immediately after it is turned OFF. Wait at least 2 seconds, and
then turn the power ON.
6.3 Connecting with Operation Panel I/O Unit
Connect operation panel I/O unit to the connector OPI.
NC control unit
Operation panel
I/O unit
MITSUBISHI
OPI
OPI
G013 cable
(Note) When not using operation panel I/O unit, place terminator E-TM on the OPI connector. If nothing is
connected to the OPI connector, emergency stop will be applied.
(Even if operation panel I/O unit is connected, if the unit's power is OFF, emergency stop will be
applied.)
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.4 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
6.4 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
Connect remote I/O unit to the connector RI01, RI02.
For the details on remote I/O, refer to the section "8.2. Connecting with Remote I/O Unit".
Remote I/O unit
RIO1,RIO2,RIO3(FCUA-R211)
TXRX
TXRX*
0V
(FCUA-R211)
1
2
3
TXRX
TXRX*
0V
1
2
3
FG
NC control unit
(Bottom view)
FG
Connector
: 1-178288-3
Contact
: 1-175218-2
Recommended : Tyco Electronics AMP
manufacturer
Max. 8 stations
RIO1
FCUA-R211
X
1
2
3
RIO2
FG(Note)
FG(Note)
Max. 8 stations
FCUA-R211
X
1
2
3
FG(Note)
FG(Note)
(Note) Connect to the FG terminal.
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (FCUA-R211 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (RIO connector)"
6.5 Connecting with Scan I/O Card and Card-sized I/O Card
Refer to the section "8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card" and "8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card" for
the connection of scan I/O card and card-sized I/O card to the control unit.
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.6 Connecting with Optical Communication Servo Drive Unit
6.6 Connecting with Optical Communication Servo Drive Unit
(1) Connect servo drive unit MDS-D/DH series and MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 series to the connector OPT1.
For the details on servo drive unit, refer to the following section and manuals:
"10. Basic Wiring for Servo Drive Unit"
"MDS-D Series Specifications Manual IB-1500011(ENG)"
"MDS-DH Series Specifications Manual IB-1500003(ENG)"
"MDS-D/DH Series Instruction Manual IB-1500025(ENG)"
"MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 Series Specifications Manual IB-1500158(ENG)"
"MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 Series Instruction Manual IB-1500193(ENG)"
Servo drive unit
(MDS-D/DH)
NC control unit
Servo drive unit
(MDS-D/DH)
MITSUBIS
HI
CN1A
G396 cable
CN1A
CN1B
CN1B
OPT1
OR
G395 / G380 cable
Reinforced
sheath
(Note 1) Binding the cables too tight with tie-wraps could result in an increased loss or a disconnection.
Use a cushioning material such as sponge or rubber when bundling the cables and fix so that
the cables do not move.
Recommended clamp material: CKN-13SP KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES
(Note 2) Never bundle the cables with vinyl tape. The plasticizing material in the vinyl tape could cause
the cable reinforced sheath section to break.
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.6 Connecting with Optical Communication Servo Drive Unit
(Note 3) Loop the excessive cable with twice or more than the minimum bending radius.
Control unit
Optical communication cable
(section without reinforced sheath):
Bending radius: 25mm or more
Optical communication cable
(section with reinforced sheath):
Bending radius: 50mm or more
Recommended clamp material
CKN-13SP
KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (G380 Cable, G395 Cable, G396 Cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (OPT1 connector)"
(2) Criteria for optical cable selection
<G396 Cable>
Wire material
: Optical communication cable POF type (Core: Plastic)
Application
: Use when wiring a cable of 10m or less inside the panel.
Min. bending radius :
Cable
Minimum bending radius
30mm or more
2-core parallel cord
<G395 Cable>
Wire material
: Optical communication cable POF type (Core: Plastic)
Application
: Use when wiring a cable of 10m or less outside the panel.
Min. bending radius :
Cable
2-core cable (section with reinforced sheath)
2-core cable (section without reinforced sheath)
Minimum bending radius
50mm or more
30mm or more
<G380 Cable>
Wire material
: Optical communication cable PCF type (Core: Glass)
Application
: Use when the cable length is 10m or more to 20m or less.
Min. bending radius :
Cable
2-core cable (section with reinforced sheath)
2-core cable (section without reinforced sheath)
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Minimum bending radius
50mm or more
25mm or more
6. Connections of Control Unit
6.7 Connecting with Auxiliary Axis Servo Drive Unit: MR-J2-CT
6.7 Connecting with Auxiliary Axis Servo Drive Unit: MR-J2-CT
(1) Connect auxiliary axis servo drive unit MR-J2-CT to the connector SV1, SV2.
Auxiliary axis
servo drive unit
(MR-J2-CT)
NC control unit
Auxiliary axis
servo drive unit
(MR-J2-CT)
CN1A
CN1A
CN1B
CN1B
SH21 cable
MITSUBISHI
SV1
SV2
Auxiliary axis
servo drive unit
(MR-J2-CT)
SH21 cable
CN1A
CN1A
CN1B
CN1B
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (SH21 Cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (SV1 connector, SV2 connector)"
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Auxiliary axis
servo drive unit
(MR-J2-CT)
6. Connections of Control Unit
6.8 Connecting with Expansion Unit
6.8 Connecting with Expansion Unit
6.8.1 Connecting with I/O Device Using PROFIBUS-DP
This unit functions as the PROFIBUS-DP master station.
In order to connect with I/O device by using PROFIBUS-DP, expansion unit (FCU7-EX891) and
PROFIBUS-DP unit (FCU7-HN571) are required. Mount the expansion unit on the right side of the control
unit and PROFIBUS-DP unit in the expansion unit slot.
Use dedicated cable for the PROFIBUS-DP and connect to the NET connector.
When installed at the end of the network, turn the terminator slide switch ON. In all the others cases, the
switch must be turned OFF.
When setting parameters in the PFOFIBUS-DP unit by using configuration software (parameter setting tool),
connect PROFIBUS-DP unit and personal computer (PC/AT compatible) with RS-232C cross cable. At this
time, configuration software must be installed in the personal computer.
Expansion unit
(FCU7-EX891)
PROFIBUS-DP unit (FCU7-HN571)
Prepared by the
machine tool builder
RS-232C cross cable
Personal computer ( PC/AT compatible)
RS-232C connector for configuration
RS-232C cross cable connection
To the FCU7-HN571 side
CONF connector
Dsub female connector (9pin)
Terminator slide
switch
RXD 2
TXD 3
DTR 4
6
GND 5
1
RTS 7
CTS 8
9
PROFIBUS-DP
communication
connector
FG terminal
block
To the PC side serial port
Dsub female connector (9pin)
2
3
4
6
5
1
7
8
9
RXD
TXD
DTR
DSR
GND
DCD
RTS
CTS
RI
(Note2) There are open pins on FCU7-HN571 side, but connection
should be made to all pins to eliminate the cable orientation.
(Note 1)
Connect FG wire to the
main earth plate of the
electric cabinet.
PROFIBUS-DP
slave unit
PROFIBUS cable
(Note 3)
Performance is not guaranteed for the
cable other than PROFIBUS dedicated
cable. For contact information, visit the
PROFIBUS International website at
http://www.profibus.com/ .
For the inquiries related to configuration software, contact:
Hilscher Gesellschaft fur Systemautomation mbH
Rheinstrasse 78
D-65795 Hattersheim Germany
TEL: +49-6190-9907-0 FAX: +49-6190-9907-50
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Prepared by
the machine
tool builder
6. Connections of Control Unit
6.8 Connecting with Expansion Unit
6.8.2 Expanding Optical Servo Communication I/F
Usually, control unit OPT1 connector is used for optical servo communication I/F.
For expanding optical servo communication I/F, an expansion unit (FCU7-EX891) and an optical servo
communication I/F unit are required. Mount an expansion unit onto the right side of the control unit, and then
place an optical communication I/F unit into the expansion unit slot.
There are two types of optical servo communication I/F units available.
● FCU7-HN551 (For 1ch expansion)
● FCU7-HN552 (For 2ch expansion)
Expansion unit (FCU7-EX891)
Optical servo communication
I/F unit
(1ch expansion: FCU7-HN551)
(2ch expansion: FCU7-HN552)
Optical servo communication
I/F connector
MDS-D/DH
drive unit
G380 cable (PCF max20m)
or
G395 / G396 cable (POF max10m)
Connectable only when
FCU7-HN552 is used.
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MDS-D/DH
drive unit
6. Connections of Control Unit
6.8 Connecting with Expansion Unit
6.8.3 Connecting I/O Devices via CC-Link
CC-Link unit works as master station or local station of CC-Link (Ver.2 mode).
Expansion unit (FCU7-EX891) and CC-Link unit (FCU7-HN576) are required to connect I/O devices via
CC-Link. Mount the expansion unit on the right side of the control unit, and install the CC-Link unit in the slot
of the expansion unit.
CC-Link uses the dedicated cable. Connect the cable to the terminal block provided with the CC-Link unit.
Make sure to attach the terminator, provided with the CC-Link unit, to the final station unit.
Expansion unit
(FCU7-EX891)
CC-Link unit(FCU7-HN576)
CC-Link
remote I/O station
CC-Link network
connector
Terminal
block
CC-Link
remote I/O station
CC-Link cable
FG terminal
block
NC side CC-Link
unit terminal block
DA DB DG SLD FG
Terminator
(Note 2)
Use either
for wiring
(Note 3)
FG
FG
Remote I/O station
terminal block
FG
Shielded twisted cable (with 3 wires) (Note 1)
Remote I/O station
terminal block
DA
DA
DB
DB
DG
DG
SLD
SLD
FG
FG
FG
Terminator
(Note 2)
FG
Shielded twisted cable (with 3 wires) (Note 1)
(Note 1) Unless the CC-Link dedicated cable is used, CC-Link system does not guarantee its operation.
For the specifications of the CC-Link dedicated cable and the inquiries, see the homepage of the
CC-Link Partner Association (http://www.cc-link.org/). (Click “Product Information”.)
(Note 2) Use the terminator provided with the CC-Link unit. The value of the terminator depends on the
cable used: 110Ω when the CC-Link dedicated cable is used, 130Ω when the CC-Link dedicated
high performance cable is used.
(Note 3) Use either the FG terminal on the NC side CC-Link terminal block or the FG terminal block just
below the CC-Link terminal block to connect to the ground of the electric cabinet.
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.8 Connecting with Expansion Unit
Wiring the cables to the CC-Link terminal block
(1) Remove the sheath of the cable and isolate each internal wire from the shield mesh.
(2) Remove the shield mesh and the coat of each internal wire. Twist the core wires.
Shield mesh
Approx
7mm
Shielded twisted cable (with 3 wires)
(3) In the intermediate station, twist together the same wires or the shield meshes of the cables from/to the
previous/next station.
(4) In the final station, process the provided terminator as follows to attach to the station.
Terminator
Cut
Shorten the
coated part
Cut
Bend the lead wires
(5) Insert the core wire into the opening of the terminal block. Hold the wire tight with a flat-blade
screwdriver. Check the screws on the terminal are loose enough before inserting the wires into the
openings.
In the intermediate station
In the final station
(Note 1)
Do not solder-plate the core wire,
which leads a defective cable contact.
(Note 2)
Make sure the lead wires are kept inserted
when mounting the terminator.
Flat-blade driver
To the
previous
station
To the
next
station
Terminator
DA wire
DB wire
(6) After wiring cables to the terminal block, mount the terminal block into the CC-Link connector and fix it
with a flat-blade screwdriver.
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.9 Connecting with RS-232C Device
6.9 Connecting with RS-232C Device
(1) Connect RS-232C device to the connector SIO.
NC control unit
MITSUBIS
HI
F035 cable
RS-232C device
SIO
Cable name
F034 cable
F035 cable
[SIO]
: 10120-3000VE
Connector
: 10320-52F0-008
Case
Recommended : 3M
manufacturer
SIO
1ch
SD1(TXD1)
RD1(RXD1)
12
2
2
3
RS1(RTS1)
CS1(CTS1)
13
3
4
5
ER1(DTR1)
DR1(DSR1)
14
4
20
6
Reserved
Reserved
16
6
8
9
0V
1
7
SD2(TXD2)
RD2(RXD2)
17
7
2
3
RS2(RTS2)
CS2(CTS2)
18
8
4
5
ER2(DTR2)
DR2(DSR2)
Reserved
Reserved
19
9
20
6
20
10
8
9
11
7
2ch
0V
FG
1ch
2ch
[1ch] [2ch]
Connector : CDB-25S
: CD-SC-111
Contact
Lock nut
: HD-LNA
Recommended : Hirose Electric
manufacturer
Wire material : UL1061-2464 AWG22×12P
Recommended : Oki Electric Cable
manufacturer
(Note) Please be aware that the wiring of serial communication cable (G031/G032 cable) for a display unit
differs.
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (F034/F035 Cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (SIO-NC connector)"
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.9 Connecting with RS-232C Device
(2) Example of wiring connections to the RS-232C device
When connecting to the RS-232C device, refer to the following diagrams and cross the wiring for the
transmission signals.
Hand shaking
upon RS/CS, ER/DR signals
No hand shaking
upon RS/CS, ER/DR signals
SD(TXD)
SD(TXD)
SD(TXD)
SD(TXD)
RD(RXD)
RD(RXD)
RD(RXD)
RD(RXD)
RS(RTS)
RS(RTS)
RS(RTS)
RS(RTS)
CS(CTS)
CS(CTS)
CS(CTS)
CS(CTS)
ER(DTR)
ER(DTR)
ER(DTR)
ER(DTR)
DR(DSR)
DR(DSR)
DR(DSR)
DR(DSR)
CD(DCD)
CD(DCD)
CD(DCD)
CD(DCD)
0V
0V
0V
0V
FG
FG
FG
FG
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.10 Connecting with Skip Signal (Sensor)
6.10 Connecting with Skip Signal (Sensor)
Connect skip signal to the connector SKIP.
Skip signal is used for processing the high-speed signals. Always shield the cable.
(1) Connection of skip signal cable
Control unit
SKIP
R030 cable
2.2kΩ
2
SI1
12
SI2
3
SI3
13
SI4
7
SI5
17
SI6
8
SI7
18
Stabilized
power supply
SI8
FG
COM
24VDC (+)
0V
FG
1, 5, 11, 15
0V connection at COM terminal
Ton
+24V
GND
t
Ton
2ms
(Note 1) NC recognizes input signals of 2ms or more as the valid skip signals. If machine contacts (relay,
etc.) are used, malfunctions will occur due to chattering. Use semiconductor contacts (transistor,
etc.).
(Note 2) Fold the cable shield over the sheath, and wrap copper foil tape over it. Connect the wound
copper foil tape to GND plate of the connector.
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.10 Connecting with Skip Signal (Sensor)
(2) Skip signal input conditions
The input signals must be used within the following condition ranges.
Input voltage at external contact ON
18V or more, 25.2V or less
Input current at external contact ON
6mA or more
Input voltage at external contact OFF
4V or less
Input current at external contact OFF
2mA or less
Input signal holding time (Ton)
2ms or more
Machine side contact capacity
30V or more, 16mA or more
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (FCUA-R030 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (SKIP connector)"
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.11 Connecting with Synchronous Feed Encoder/Manual Pulse Generator
6.11 Connecting with Synchronous Feed Encoder/Manual Pulse Generator
Synchronous feed encoder (1ch) or 5V power supply type manual pulse generator (2ch) can be connected.
Synchronous feed encoder
OSE1024-3-15-68
MITSUBISHI
R054 cable
R050 cable
5V manual pulse generator
(Rear view)
NO.1
ENC
When connecting one 5V
manual pulse generator
5V 0V A B
G023 cable
When connecting two 5V
manual pulse generators
NO.2
NO.1
5V 0V A B
5V 0V A B
G024 cable
5V manual pulse generator
(Rear view)
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (FCUA-R050/R054 Cable, G023/G024)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (ENC connector)"
Refer to the section "7.6.2 Connecting with 5V Manual Pulse Generator" for 5V manual pulse generator's
input conditions and input/output circuit example.
When using synchronous feed encoder and manual pulse generator at the same time, the cables must be
prepared by the machine tool builder.
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.12 Connections of Emergency Stop Signal
6.12 Connections of Emergency Stop Signal
(1) When not using control unit side emergency stop input signal (EMG)
When not using control unit side emergency stop input signal, such as when operation panel I/O unit side
emergency stop input signal (EMG) is used, invalidate the input signal by using terminal cable G123.
G123 cable comes with the control unit.
NC control unit
(Bottom view)
EMG
1
EMGIN
G123
+24V
2
3
Connector name
Contact
Connector
Recommended
manufacturer
EMG
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: EMG
: 51030-0330
: 50084-8160
: MOLEX
6. Connections of Control Unit
6.12 Connections of Emergency Stop Signal
(2) When using control unit side emergency stop input signal (EMG)
When using control unit side emergency stop input signal (EMG), connect to the emergency stop switch
by using F120 cable.
NC control unit
(Bottom view)
F120
Emergency
stop switch
EMG
EMG
FG
1
EMGIN
2
+24V
3
3
R
2
1
Connector name
Contact
Connector
Recommended
manufacturer
: EMG
: 51030-0330
: 50084-8160
: MOLEX
+24V
EMGIN
FG
LG
Emergency stop
input circuit
(Note1) When installing emergency stop switch at operation panel and electric cabinet each, both
emergency stop input signals (EMG), the signal at the operating panel I/O unit side and at the
control unit side, can be used.
(Note2) Emergency stop is compliant to the stop category 1 of the European Safety Standards
"EN60204-1".
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (F120 Cable, G123 Cable)"
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.13 Connecting with Safety Observing I/O Device: SDIO Connector
6.13 Connecting with Safety Observing I/O Device: SDIO Connector
(1) Connect safety observing I/O device with the SDIO connector.
Requires when using safety
observing function
Door
SDIO
connector
Door open/close
check sensor
EMG
*
EMGIN
SDI1
SDO1
Power supply
EMG
NC
COM
R
CN23A
CN9
OPI
RIO1 or RIO2
Relay
CN23B
OPI
L11
L1 L2 L3 G
24V
CG32
MC
EMGIN
EMGIN
Operation panel
I/O unit
FCU7-DX[][][]
L21
Drive unit
EMG
*
24V
RIO card
MC
T
S
R
Contactor
Contactor
Reactor
NFB
Safety observing function provides the function compliant to the machinery directive in European Safety
Standards. The safety of this product is compliant to the safety category 3 of the European Safety
Standards "EN954-1:1996". However, make sure to check the safety of the machine by using "risk
assessment".
With this function, the following executions can be realized.
(i) Open the door without shutting the motor drive power OFF.
(ii) Operate under the safety speed or lower while the door is opened.
(Note) Cables for the SDIO connector must be manufactured by the machine tool builder.
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.13 Connecting with Safety Observing I/O Device: SDIO Connector
Safety standards taken into consideration
(a) 98/37/EC Machinery directive
(b) EN954-1:1996 Safety of machine – Safety-related parts of control system Part1:
General principles for design
(c) EN60204-1/1997 Safety of machine – Electrical equipment of machines; Part 1: General requirements
(2) Specifications of SDIO connector
<Cable side connector>
Type: 51353-1000
Contact type: 56134-9000
Recommended
manufacturer: MOLEX
1B
5B
5A
<Wire material>
Type: UL1061-2464 AWG22
Recommended
manufacturer: Oki Electric Cable
1A
SDIO connector pin assignment
Description of SDIO connector terminal
Pin
I/O
1A
COM
2A
I
Function
Pin
Sink (common 24V)
1B
Source (common 0V)
SDI1 (Door 1 switch input)
2B
3A
Reserved (Not connected)
3B
4A
24VDC (DO power supply)
4B
5A
Reserved (Not connected)
5B
Pin
SDI1 to 2
Characteristic
Input
Voltage
I/O
Current
Function
RG (GND for DO 24V power supply)
I
SDI2 (Door 2 switch input)
Reserved (Not connected)
O
SDO1 (Contactor control output)
Reserved (Not connected)
Description
Refer to
Sink input signal: 0v
description
Source input signal: 24v COM: 0V
COM: 24V
Contactor shutoff signal output.
(Note) Output voltage or output current may
not be sufficient enough to directly
SDO1
Output
24V
Max. 60mA
control contactor. In such a case, use
a relay that operates under 24VDC,
60mA, etc. between control unit and
contactor.
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6. Connections of Control Unit
6.13 Connecting with Safety Observing I/O Device: SDIO Connector
(3) SDIO connector cable
SDIO connector cable
Application: Safety observing function
SDIO
NC control unit
G410
Crimp terminal : V1.25-3
Recommended : JST
manufacturer
SDIO
COM
1A
SDI1
2A
Reserved
3A
+24V
4A
Reserved
5A
0V
1B
SDI2
2B
Reserved
3B
SDO1
4B
Reserved
5B
Connector: 51353-1000
Contact: 56134-9000 x6
Recommended manufacturer: MOLEX
Wire material: UL1061-2464 AWG22
Recommended manufacturer: Oki Electric Cable
(Note) This cable must be prepared by the machine tool builder.
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7. Connections of Operation Panel I/O Unit
7. Connections of Operation Panel I/O Unit
<Characteristics>
The wirings between operation panel and electric cabinet (or control panel) can be simplified by putting I/O
interfaces around the operation panel together.
Characteristics of operation panel I/O unit are as follows.
(1) Operation panel (display unit section) and electric cabinet (control unit section) can be wired with one
cable (G013).
This is effective to simplify the wiring between operation panel and electric cabinet, as well as to reduce
the cost of wiring.
G013 cable includes RI03, EMG and LAN.
(2) Number of DI/DO points that can be mounted on the machine operation panel is 32/32 as standard and
64/64 at the maximum.
Both sink type and source type are available.
(3) Remote I/O interface --- 1ch
Remote I/O unit, card-sized I/O card, scan I/O card, etc. can be extended up to 5 channels.
Note that the following (a) and (b) will be applied if DI/DO mounted on the operation panel I/O unit is used.
(a) When 32 points/32 points are used, up to 5 channels, or 160 points/160 points in total, are available.
(b) When 64 points/64 points are used, up to 4 channels, or 128 points/128 points in total, are available.
(4) Manual pulse generator --- 3ch
5V and 12V manual pulse generators can be connected.
(5) Emergency stop input --- 1ch
Emergency stop switch installed on the operation panel can be connected.
(6) LAN communication interface --- 1ch
Display unit can be connected.
(7) NC reset interface --- 1ch
NC can be reset by DI input. NC reset interface is connected to the keyboard unit.
(8) Installation on the back side of the keyboard unit is possible.
Allows space saving inside the operation panel.
(Note) Operation panel I/O unit is attached to the back side of the keyboard unit when shipped. (This applies
only when purchasing operation panel I/O unit and the keyboard unit together.)
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7. Connections of Operation Panel I/O Unit
7.1 Operation Panel I/O Unit Connection System Drawing
7.1 Operation Panel I/O Unit Connection System Drawing
Operation panel I/O unit
OPI
RIO3
CG31
CG32
CG33
CG34
Control unit
OPI
G013 cable
R211 cable
Remote I/O unit, scan I/O unit card
R300, R301 cable
Machine control panel, switchboard, etc.
R300, R301 cable
Machine control panel, switchboard, etc.
R300, R301 cable
Machine control panel, switchboard, etc.
R300, R301 cable
Machine control panel, switchboard, etc.
Display unit
PCLAN
MPG
NCRST
EMG
DCIN
G301 cable
LAN
F020, F021, F022 cable
12V manual pulse generator
G020, G021, G022 cable
5V manual pulse generator
G310 cable
Keyboard unit
F120 cable
Emergency stop signal
F070 cable
24VDC
Stabilized
power supply
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7. Connections of Operation Panel I/O Unit
7.2 Connecting with Power Supply
7.2 Connecting with Power Supply
Connect 24VDC power supply (general-purpose stabilized power supply) to the operation panel I/O unit.
(1) Connection of power supply
DCIN
F070 cable
24VDC stabilized
power supply
+24V
0V
Y
Operation panel
I/O unit
DCIN
DCIN
24VDC
1
0V
2
FG
3
Connector name : DCIN
Contact
: 2-178288-3
Connector
:1-175218-5
Recommended manufacturer: Tyco Electronics AMP
(Note) Install the ferrite core that comes with the operation panel I/O unit on the F070 cable.
Refer to the section "Appendix 5.5 Ferrite Core Installation Method" for details.
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (F070 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (DCIN connector)"
(2) Specifications of power supply
When selecting the stabilized power supply (prepared by machine tool builder), consider the
characteristics indicated in the section "6.2.1 When Using General-Purpose 24VDC Stabilized Power
Supply". Use a power supply that complies with CE Marking or that follows the safety standards.
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7. Connections of Operation Panel I/O Unit
7.3 Connecting with Display Unit
7.3 Connecting with Display Unit
Connect display unit to the connector PCLAN.
G301 cable (1m) comes with the operation panel I/O unit.
Display unit
(Rear view)
Operation panel
I/O unit
PCLAN
LAN
PCLAN
G301 cable
LAN
LAN straight cable
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (G301 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (LAN connector)"
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7. Connections of Operation Panel I/O Unit
7.4 Connecting with Keyboard Unit
7.4 Connecting with Keyboard Unit
Connect keyboard unit to the connector NCRST.
G310 cable (10cm) comes with the operation panel I/O unit.
Keyboard unit
(Rear view)
Operation panel
I/O unit
NCRST
NCRST
NCRST
G310 cable
NCRST
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (G310 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (NCRST connector)"
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7. Connections of Operation Panel I/O Unit
7.5 Connections of Emergency Stop Signal
7.5 Connections of Emergency Stop Signal
(1) When using operation panel I/O unit side emergency stop input signal (EMG)
When using operation panel I/O unit side emergency stop input signal (EMG), use F120 cable to connect
to the emergency stop switch.
Operation panel
I/O unit
F120
Emergency
stop switch
EMG
EMG
FG
1
EMGIN
2
+24V
3
3
R
2
1
Connector name : EMG
Contact
: 51030-0330
Connector
: 50084-8160
Recommended manufacturer: MOLEX
+24V
EMGIN
FG
LG
Emergency stop
input circuit
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7. Connections of Operation Panel I/O Unit
7.5 Connections of Emergency Stop Signal
(2) When not using operation panel I/O unit side emergency stop input signal (EMG)
When not using operation panel I/O unit side emergency stop input signal (EMG), such as when control
unit side emergency stop input signal (EMG) is used, invalidate the input signal by using terminal cable
G123. Note that G123 cable does not come with the operation panel I/O unit.
EMG
Operation panel
I/O unit
1
G123
EMGIN
2
+24V
3
EMG
Connector name : EMG
Contact
: 51030-0330
Connector
: 50084-8160
Recommended manufacturer: MOLEX
(Note1) When installing emergency stop switch at operation panel and electric cabinet each, both
emergency stop input signals (EMG), the signal at the operating panel I/O unit side and at the
control unit side, can be used.
(Note2) Emergency stop is compliant to the stop category 1 of the European Safety Standards
"EN60204-1".
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (F120 Cable, G123 Cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (EMG connector)"
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7. Connections of Operation Panel I/O Unit
7.6 Connecting with Manual Pulse Generator
7.6 Connecting with Manual Pulse Generator
Both 5V power supply type (UFO-01-2Z9, etc.) and 12V power supply type (HD60, etc.) manual pulse
generator can be used. Take the maximum cable length, etc. into consideration when selecting.
7.6.1 Connecting with 12V Manual Pulse Generator (Maximum Cable Length: 50m)
Connect 12V manual pulse generator to the connector MPG.
NO.1
When connecting one
12V manual pulse
generator
12V manual pulse
generator
HD60 (Rear view)
12V 0V A B
F020 cable
Operation panel
I/O unit
When connecting two
12V manual pulse
generators
MPG
NO.2
NO.1
12V 0V A B
12V 0V A B
F021 cable
When connecting three
12V manual pulse
generators
NO.3
NO.2
NO.1
12V 0V A B
12V 0V A B
12V 0V A B
F022 cable
12V manual pulse generator input/output circuit
12V manual pulse generator input conditions
Input pulse signal type
Input signal voltage
Max. input pulse frequency
Power voltage for pulse
generators
Max. output current
No. of pulses per rotation
90° phase difference
between A and B.
(Refer to waveform below.)
H level 3.5V to 5.25V
L level 0V to 0.5V
100kHz
12VDC±10%
+5V
Connector
pin No.
470Ω
HA1
1
HA2
3
HA3
5
220Ω
4700pF
+5V
Signal
input
0V
470Ω
100mA
HB1
HB2
HB3
25pulse/rev or 100pulse/rev
220Ω
2
4
6
Control
circuit
4700pF
0V
A(B) phase
Power
output
B(A) phase
a
b
c
d
e
T
+12V
+12V
+12V
10
12
14
0V
0V
0V
9
11
13
0V
a.b.c.d.e.: A phase or B phase rising edge (falling edge) phase difference = T/4 ± t/10
T: A or B phase cycle (Min. 10µs)
(Note) When selecting a manual pulse generator, make sure that its case and 0V terminal are insulated.
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7. Connections of Operation Panel I/O Unit
7.6 Connecting with Manual Pulse Generator
7.6.2 Connecting with 5V Manual Pulse Generator (Maximum Cable Length: 20m)
Connect 5V manual pulse generator to the connector MPG.
NO.1
When connecting one 5V
manual pulse generator
5V manual pulse
generator
(Rear view)
5V 0V A B
G020 cable
Operation panel
I/O unit
When connecting two 5V
manual pulse generators
MPG
NO.2
NO.1
5V 0V A B
5V 0V A B
G021 cable
When connecting three
5V manual pulse
generators
NO.3
NO.2
NO.1
5V 0V A B
5V 0V A B
5V 0V A B
G022 cable
5V manual pulse generator input/output circuit
5V manual pulse generator input conditions
Input pulse signal type
Input signal voltage
Max. input pulse frequency
Power voltage for pulse
generators
Max. output current
No. of pulses per rotation
90° phase difference
between A and B.
(Refer to waveform below.)
H level 3.5V to 5.25V
L level 0V to 0.5V
100kHz
5VDC±10%
+5V
Connector
pin No.
470Ω
HA1
1
HA2
3
HA3
5
220Ω
4700pF
+5V
Signal
input
0V
470Ω
100mA
HB1
HB2
HB3
25 pulse/rev or 100pulse/rev
220Ω
2
4
6
Control
circuit
4700pF
0V
A(B) phase
+5V
+5V
Power
output
B(A) phase
a
b
c
d
e
T
0V
0V
0V
7
8
9
11
13
0V
a.b.c.d.e.: A phase or B phase rising edge (falling edge) phase difference = T/4 ± t/10
T: A or B phase cycle (Min. 10µs)
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (F020/F021/F022 cable, G020/G021/G022 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (MPG connector)"
(Note) When selecting a manual pulse generator, make sure that its case and 0V terminal are insulated.
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7.7. Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
7.7. Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
Connect remote I/O unit to the connector RI03.
(Note) When not connecting remote I/O unit, connect a terminator (R-TM) to the connector R103. R-TM
terminator comes with operation panel I/O unit.
Remote I/O unit
Operation panel
I/O unit
RIO3
FCUA-R211
X
1
2
3
Connect to FG terminal
RIO3(FCUA-R211)
TXRX
TXRX*
0V
(FCUA-R211)
1
2
3
1
2
3
FG
TXRX
TXRX*
0V
FG
Connector
Contact
Recommended
manufacturer
: 1-178288-3
: 1-175218-2
: Tyco Electronics AMP
Refer to the following chart for the maximum number of connecting channels and I/O points.
Operation panel I/O unit type
FCU7-DX670
FCU7-DX671
FCU7-DX770
FCU7-DX771
Max. No. of channels
(RIO3 connection)
5 channels
5 channels
4 channels
4 channels
Max. No. of I/O points
(RIO3 connection)
160 points/160 points
160 points/160 points
128 points/128 points
128 points/128 points
(Note) Refer to the section "8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit" for the number of occupied channels and
I/O points of the remote I/O unit.
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (FCUA-R211 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (R103 connector)"
7.8. Connecting with Scan I/O Card and Card-sized I/O Card
Refer to the section "8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card" and "8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card" for
the connection of scan I/O card and card-sized I/O card to the operation panel I/O unit.
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7.9 Connecting with Machine Operation Panel
7.9 Connecting with Machine Operation Panel
Connect machine operation panel to the connector CG31/CG32/CG33/CG34.
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (R300 cable, R301 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (CG31/CG32/CG33/CG34)"
7.9.1 Wiring the Input Side DI Connector (CG31/CG33)
The DI connector on the input side of the operation panel I/O unit is wired in the same manner as the
M60/M600 Series base I/O unit (FCU6-DX Series) and remote I/O unit (FCUA-DX Series).
Refer to the section "7.9.3 Outline of Digital Signal Input Circuit".
7.9.2 Wiring the Output Side DO Connector (CG32/CG34)
An insulation type DO output is used with the operation panel I/O unit. (Effective in improving the resistance
against noise from external sources)
So, the DO output power is supplied from an external source, and the wiring method on the machine side
differs from that of M60/M600 Series I/O unit (FCU6-DX Series, FCUA-DX Series).
Refer to the section "7.9.4 Outline of Digital Signal Output Circuit".
The wiring also differs for the sink type (FCU7-DX670/DX770) and source type (FCU7-DX671/DX771) DO
output. Refer to the section "7.9.5 Wiring for Sink Type Output" and "7.9.6 Wiring for Source Type Output" for
details on the wiring methods.
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7.9 Connecting with Machine Operation Panel
7.9.3 Outline of Digital Signal Input Circuit
Sink type and source type share the digital signal input circuit.
Connect according to each respective diagram below.
Input circuit
(Machine side)
CG31/CG33
2.2kΩ
0V(RG)
2.2kΩ
0V(RG)
2.2kΩ
0V(RG)
2.2kΩ
0V(RG)
2.2kΩ
0V(RG)
Control
unit
24VDC(+)
A3,B3 COM
Sink type
(Machine side)
CG31/CG33
24VDC(+)
2.2kΩ
24VDC(+)
2.2kΩ
24VDC(+)
2.2kΩ
24VDC(+)
2.2kΩ
24VDC(+)
2.2kΩ
Control
unit
0V(RG)
A3,B3 COM
Source type
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7.9 Connecting with Machine Operation Panel
Input conditions
The input signals must be used within the following condition ranges.
1 Input voltage at external contact ON
Sink type
Source type
6V or less
18V or more, 25.2V or less
2 Input current at external contact ON
9mA or more
3 Input voltage at external contact OFF
20V or more, 25.2V or less
4 Input current at external contact OFF
4V or less
2mA or less
5 Tolerable chattering time
3ms or less (Refer to T1 below)
6 Input signal holding time
40ms or more (Refer to T2 below)
3ms ≤ T3
7 Input circuit operation delay time
8 Machine side contact capacity
T4 ≤ 16ms
30V or more, 16mA or more
(Note) Input signal holding time: 40ms or more as a guideline. The input signal can only be confirmed if held
longer than the ladder process cycle time.
T2
T1
T3
T2
T1
T1
T4
T3
90
T1
T4
7. Connections of Operation Panel I/O Unit
7.9 Connecting with Machine Operation Panel
7.9.4 Outline of Digital Signal Output Circuit
The digital signal output circuit uses a sink type (DX67†) or source type (DX77†).
Use within the specification ranges shown below.
Output circuit
(Machine side)
(Machine side)
CG32/CG34
24VDC
+24V
CG32/CG34
24VDC
24V
5V
5VDC
+24V
0V
5V
5VDC
0V
0V(RG)
0V(RG)
DOx
x
DOCOM
△
△
CR
24V
△
DOxx
RA
DOx
x
Control
circuit
△
△
PL
△
R
R
DOCOM
PL
Control
circuit
DOxx
0V(RG)
Sink type (DX67
)
Source type (DX77
)
Output conditions
Insulation method
Insulation
Rated load voltage
24VDC
Max. output current
60mA/point
Output delay time
40µs
(Note 1) When using an inductive load such as a relay, always connect a diode (voltage resistance 100V or
more, 100mA or more) in parallel to the load.
(Note 2) When using a capacitive load such as a lamp, always connect a protective resistor (R=150Ω) serially to
the load to suppress rush currents. (Make sure that the current is less than the above tolerable current
including the momentary current.)
CAUTION
When using an inductive load such as a relay, always connect a diode in parallel to the load.
When using a capacitive load such as a ramp, always connect a protective resistor serially to
the load to suppress rush currents.
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7.9 Connecting with Machine Operation Panel
7.9.5 Wiring for Sink Type Output (FCU7-DX670/DX770)
Operation panel I/O unit
FCU7-DX670/DX770
(Card name: HN391/HN396)
Machine side
*1 Additional
wiring
CG32/CG34
1B
2B
20B
19B
18B
17B
16B
15B
14B
13B
12B
11B
10B
9B
8B
7B
6B
5B
20A
19A
18A
17A
16A
15A
14A
13A
12A
11A
10A
9A
8A
7A
6A
5A
1A
2A
3A
3B
4A
4B
PL
PL
PL
Output device
(Connection example)
24VDC
24VDC
Y200
Y201
Y202
Y203
Y204
Y205
Y206
Y207
Y208
Y209
Y20A
Y20B
Y20C
Y20D
Y20E
Y20F
Y210
Y211
Y212
Y213
Y214
Y215
Y216
Y217
Y218
Y219
Y21A
Y21B
Y21C
Y21D
Y21E
Y21F
GND
GND
DOCOM
DOCOM
DOCOM
DOCOM
24VDC
RA
RA
PL
PL
PL
GND
*2 Additional wiring
(Note 1) Connect +24V to the flat connector 1B, 2B (24VDC). (*1)
(Note 2) Connect 0V (GND) to the flat connector 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B (DOCOM). (*2)
(Note 3) Connect 0V (GND) to the flat connector 1A, 2A (GND). (*2)
(Note 4) When large current flows due to small amount of connected load, fuse may be blown out or 24V
power supply voltage may drop. In order to secure the appropriate current value, watch the
connected load.
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7.9 Connecting with Machine Operation Panel
7.9.6 Wiring for Source Type Output (FCU7-DX671/DX771)
Operation panel I/O unit
FCU7-DX671/DX771
(Card name: HN392/HN397)
Machine side
CG32/CG34
*1 Additional wiring
1B
2B
3A
3B
4A
4B
20B
19B
18B
17B
16B
15B
14B
13B
12B
11B
10B
9B
8B
7B
6B
5B
20A
19A
18A
17A
16A
15A
14A
13A
12A
11A
10A
9A
8A
7A
6A
5A
1A
2A
PL
PL
PL
・
・
・
・
・
・
・
・
Output device (Connection example)
24VDC
24VDC
DOCOM
DOCOM
DOCOM
DOCOM
Y200
Y201
Y202
Y203
Y204
Y205
Y206
Y207
Y208
Y209
Y20A
Y20B
Y20C
Y20D
Y20E
Y20F
Y210
Y211
Y212
Y213
Y214
Y215
Y216
Y217
Y218
Y219
Y21A
Y21B
Y21C
Y21D
Y21E
Y21F
GND
GND
24VDC
R
R
・
・
・
PL
PL
PL
GND
*2 Additional wiring
(Note 1) Connect +24V to the flat connector 1B, 2B (24VDC). (*1)
(Note 2) Connect +24V to the flat connector 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B (DOCOM). (*1)
(Note 3) Connect 0V (GND) to the flat connector 1A, 2A (GND). (*2)
(Note 4) For the power supply connected to DOCOM, consider the power consumption of the output devices.
(Note 5) When large current flows due to small amount of connected load, fuse may be blown out or 24V
power supply voltage may drop. In order to secure the appropriate current value, watch the
connected load.
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8.1 Types of I/O Interface
8. Connections of I/O Interface
I/O interface is connected to RIO1/RIO2 of the control unit and RIO3 of the operation panel I/O unit.
8.1 Types of I/O Interface
There are four types of I/O interfaces as shown below.
Type
Explanation
Connection
Detailed
configuration
1
Remote I/O
Connecting with analog input, Refer to 8.2
analog output and manual pulse
generator is possible besides
DI/DO.
Refer to 2.3.5
2
Scan I/O
DI/DO input/output (32/32) is Refer to 8.3
possible besides scan type.
Refer to 2.3.6
3
Card-sized I/O
55mm x 93mm in size.
Refer to 8.4
Refer to 2.3.7
DI/DO input/output (64/48) is Refer to 8.5
possible.
Refer to 2.3.8
Connector PCB must be
manufactured by the machine
tool builder when using card size
I/O card.
4
Expansion I/O
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8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
This chapter describes the connection of the remote I/O unit and machine control signals.
8.2.1 Outline of Remote I/O Unit
The following eight types of signals can be input/output from the remote I/O unit (FCUA-DX
) according to
the type and No. of contacts. Use serial link connections (MC link B) to connect the unit with the control unit or
the operation panel I/O unit.
When the remote I/O unit is connected with serial links, multiple units can be used as long as the total No. of
occupied stations (channels) is within 8 channels.
Unit type
Machine control signals that can be handled
No. of occupied
serial link stations
FCUA-DX100
Digital input signal (DI)
: 32 points (photo coupler insulation) sink/source type
Digital output signal (DO) : 32 points (non-insulation) sink type
1
FCUA-DX101
Digital input signal (DI)
: 32 points (photo coupler insulation) sink/source type
Digital output signal (DO) : 32 points (non-insulation) source type
1
FCUA-DX110
Digital input signal (DI)
: 64 points (photo coupler insulation) sink/source type
Digital output signal (DO) : 48 points (non-insulation) sink type
2
FCUA-DX111
Digital input signal (DI)
: 64 points (photo coupler insulation) sink/source type
Digital output signal (DO) : 48 points (non-insulation) source type
2
FCUA-DX120
Digital input signal (DI)
: 64 points (photo coupler insulation) sink/source type
Digital output signal (DO) : 48 points (non-insulation) sink type
Analog output (AO)
: 1 point
2
Digital input signal (DI)
: 64 points (photo coupler insulation) sink/source type
Digital output signal (DO) : 48 points (non-insulation) source type
Analog output (AO)
: 1 point
2
Digital input signal (DI)
Digital output signal (DO)
Analog input (AI)
Analog output (AO)
:
:
:
:
32 points (photo coupler insulation) sink/source type
32 points (non-insulation) sink type
4 points
1 point
2
Digital input signal (DI)
Digital output signal (DO)
Analog input (AI)
Analog output (AO)
:
:
:
:
32 points (photo coupler insulation) sink/source type
32 points (non-insulation) source type
4 points
1 point
2
FCUA-DX121
FCUA-DX140
FCUA-DX141
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8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
8.2.2 Names of Each Remote I/O Unit Section
Front view
Front view
1
1
2
2
Front view
8
1
10
2
3
3
3
4
4
9
(Front)
4
(Front)
5
5
6
Bottom 6
view
7
7
(Rear)
3
3
(Front)
5
Bottom
view
Bottom
view
6
7
(Rear)
1
DI-L (machine input signal connector)
2
DS (transfer speed changeover switch)
3
CS (station No. changeover switch)
(Rear)
For changeover of transfer speed
Normally set to left side.
Not used.
DS
2
CS
3 4
5
1
6
7
0
8
F
E
4
DO-L (machine output signal connector)
5
RIO1 (serial connection connector #1)
6
RIO2 (serial connection connector #2)
7
DCIN (24VDC (+) power input connector)
8
DI-R (machine input signal connector)
9
DO-R (machine output signal connector)
10
AIO (analog signal input/output connector)
Selection of station No.
9
D
C
B
A
Enlarged view of DS and CS
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8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
8.2.3 Setting of Station No. When Using Multiple Remote I/O Units
When the remote I/O unit is connected with serial links (MC link B), multiple units can be used as long as the
total No. of occupied stations is within 8 stations. Refer to the section "7.7 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit"
for details on the remote I/O unit connected to RIO3 of the operation panel I/O unit.
No. of occupied serial
link stations
Unit name
FCUA-DX10
1
FCUA-DX11
2
FCUA-DX12
2
FCUA-DX14
2
When using multiple remote I/O units, a characteristic station No. must be set for each unit. The FCUA-DX10
unit has one station No. setting switch, and FCUA-DX11 , DX12 and DX14 unit have two switches.
Each of these switches must be set to a characteristic station No. within a range of 0 to 7.
<Setting example 1>
FCUA-DX10
Control unit
unit
MITSUBISHI
+
0
Total No. of occupied stations: 1
No. of occupied
stations: 1
<Setting example 2>
Control unit
FCUA-DX10
FCUA-DX11 unit
or
FCUA-DX12 unit
unit
MITSUBISHI
+
+
2
1
0
No. of occupied
stations: 1
No. of occupied
stations: 2
Total No. of occupied stations: 3
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<Setting example 3>
Control unit
FCUA-DX11
unit or FCUA-DX12
unit
4 units
MITSUBISHI
0 1
No. of occupied
stations: 2
2 3
No. of occupied
stations: 2
4 5
No. of occupied
stations: 2
6 7
No. of occupied
stations: 2
Total No. of occupied stations: 8
(Maximum configuration)
(Note) The assignment of each unit's input/output signal address will change with the setting of the channel No.
Refer to "PLC Interface Manual" for details.
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8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
8.2.4 Outline of Digital Signal Input Circuit
Sink type and source type share the digital signal input circuit.
Connect according to each respective diagram below.
Input circuit
(Machine side)
DI-L/DI-R
2.2kΩ
0V(RG)
2.2kΩ
0V(RG)
2.2kΩ
0V(RG)
2.2kΩ
0V(RG)
2.2kΩ
0V(RG)
Control
unit
24VDC(+)
A3,B3 COM
Sink type
(Machine side)
DI-L/DI-R
24VDC(+)
2.2kΩ
24VDC(+)
2.2kΩ
24VDC(+)
2.2kΩ
24VDC(+)
2.2kΩ
24VDC(+)
2.2kΩ
Control
unit
0V(RG)
A3,B3 COM
Source type
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Input conditions
The input signals must be used within the following condition ranges.
1 Input voltage at external contact ON
Sink type
Source type
6V or less
18V or more, 25.2V or less
2 Input current at external contact ON
9mA or more
3 Input voltage at external contact OFF
20V or more, 25.2V or less
4 Input current at external contact OFF
4V or less
2mA or less
5 Tolerable chattering time
3ms or less (Refer to T1 below)
6 Input signal holding time
40ms or more (Refer to T2 below)
3ms ≤ T3
7 Input circuit operation delay time
8 Machine side contact capacity
T4 ≤ 16ms
30V or more, 16mA or more
(Note) Input signal holding time: 40ms or more as a guideline. The input signal can only be confirmed if held
longer than the ladder process cycle time.
T2
T1
T3
T2
T1
T1
T4
T3
100
T1
T4
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8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
8.2.5 Outline of Digital Signal Output Circuit
The digital signal output circuit uses a sink type (DX1 0) or source type (DX1 1).
Use within the specification ranges shown below.
Output circuit
(Machine side)
D0-L/DO-R
24VDC(+)
RA
Control
circuit
R
PL
Sink type (DX1 0)
DO-L/DO-R
(Machine side)
24VDC(+)
RA
Control
circuit
R
PL
Source type (DX1 1)
Output conditions
Insulation method
Non-insulation
Rated load voltage
24VDC
Max. output current
60mA/point
Output delay time
40µs
(Note 1) When using an inductive load such as a relay, always connect a diode (voltage resistance 100V or more,
100mA or more) in parallel to the load.
(Note 2) When using a capacitive load such as a lamp, always connect a protective resistor (R=150Ω) serially to
the load to suppress rush currents. (Make sure that the current is less than the above tolerable current
including the momentary current.)
CAUTION
When using an inductive load such as a relay, always connect a diode in parallel to the load.
When using a capacitive load such as a ramp, always connect a protective resistor serially to the
load to suppress rush currents.
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8.2.6 Outline of Analog Signal Output Circuit
The analog signal output circuit can be used only for the FCUA-DX120/DX121/DX140/DX141.
Output circuit
R
A0
R
220Ω
DAC
A0*
OV(RG)
Output conditions
Output voltage
0V to ±10V (±5%)
Resolution
12bit (±10V × n/4096) (Note)
Load conditions
10kΩ load resistance
Output impedance
220Ω
(Note) n = (20 to 211)
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8.2.7 Outline of Analog Signal Input Circuit
The analog signal input circuit can be used only for the FCUA-DX140/DX141.
Input circuit
AI
150Ω
ADC
AI*
OV(RG)
Input conditions
Max. input rating
±15V
Resolution
10V/2000 (5mV)
Precision
Within ±25mV
AD input sampling time
14.2ms (AI0)/42.6ms (AI1 to 3)
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8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
8.2.8 Connection of FCUA-DX10
Type of machine input/output
signal and No. of points
/14
Unit and Machine Control Signal
Input
Output
32 points
32 points
FCUA-DX10
or
FCUA-DX14
R300 cable/
R301 cable
DI-L
Machine
signal
R300 cable/
R301 cable
DO-L
Machine
signal
The remote I/O unit cable types include the R300 and R301 types. The R300 cable has one end cut off, and
the R301 cable is used for connection to the IDEC terminal block BX1F-T40A (Note 1). The R300-3M and
R301-3M cables are available. If a cable longer than 3m is required, use the CN300 and CS301 connector set.
The one-end CN300 connector (optional, with one end) includes the DI-L (DI-R) and DO-L (DO-R) connectors.
The CS301 connector set (optional with both ends) includes the DI-L and DO-L connectors, and two
connectors for connection with the terminal block (IDEC).
(Note 1) IDEC I/O terminal BX1F-T40
<Outline of connection>
DI-L
A
24VDC(+)
COM
A3
0V(RG)
24VDC(+)
3
2.2kΩ
0V
(RG)
DI-L
FCUA-DX100/140
Input circuit
Sink type
B1
B2
A1
A2
FCUA-DX101/141
COM
B3
2.2kΩ
Input circuit
Source type
B1
B2
A1
A2
24VDC(+)
DO-L
DO-L
RA
Output circuit
Sink type
PL
Machine
control panel
Output circuit
Source type
RA
B1
B2
A1
A2
PL
0V(RG)
Control
circuit
RIO1 RIO2
Machine
control panel
DCIN
Control
circuit
RIO1 RIO2
123
Stabilized power supply 24VDC(+) 0V FG
B1
B2
A1
A2
DCIN
123
F
Stabilized power supply 24VDC(+) 0V FG
F
CAUTION
Incorrect connections could damage the device, so always connect the cable to the designated
connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
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<Signal assignment table>
FCUA-DX10 /14
<CAUTION>
Machine side
control panel, etc.
DI-L
When using two or more remote I/O
units or when connecting to the
operation panel I/O unit, the signal
assignment will differ. Refer to the
"PLC Interface Manual" for details. The
I/O assignment shows an example
when the station No. is set to "2".
24VDC(+)
B
X40
X41
X42
X43
X44
X45
X46
X47
X48
X49
X4A
X4B
X4C
X4D
X4E
X4F
A
X50
X51
X52
X53
X54
X55
X56
X57
X58
X59
X5A
X5B
X5C
X5D
X5E
X5F
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
COM
COM
24VDC 0V(RG) 2
24VDC 0V(RG) 1
A
B
DI-L
0V(RG)
DO-L
B
Y40
Y41
Y42
Y43
Y44
Y45
Y46
Y47
Y48
Y49
Y4A
Y4B
Y4C
Y4D
Y4E
Y4F
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
24VDC 0V(RG) 2
24VDC 0V(RG) 1
A
B
24VDC(+)
DO-L
RA
PL
0V(RG)
Control unit
24VDC(+)
Operation panel
I/O unit
A
Y50
Y51
Y52
Y53
Y54
Y55
Y56
Y57
Y58
Y59
Y5A
Y5B
Y5C
Y5D
Y5E
Y5F
RIO1
1
2
3
TxRx TxRx* LG
RIO2
1
2
3
TxRx TxRx* LG
X
0V(RG)
X
1
DCIN
2
+24V
0V
3
FG
Y
R-TM
Remote
I/O unit
<Adaptive connector>
DCIN (CN220)
Y
RIO1/RIO2 (CN211)
DI-L/DO-L (CN300)
Connector: 1-178288-3
Contact: 1-175218-2
Manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics AMP
Solderless type
connector:
7940-6500SC
Manufacturer: 3M
Terminator (R-TM)
X
Connector: 2-178288-3
Contact: 1-175218-5
Manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics AMP
(Note 1) ( ) is the MITSUBISHI original type name.
(Note 2) Refer to appendix 2 for the details on R-TM.
105
X
Connector: 1-178288-3
Contact: 1-175218-2
Manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics AMP
8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
8.2.9 Connection of FCUA-DX14
Unit and Analog Input/Output Signal
For the analog input/output signal, the R031 cable is connected to "AIO". Up to four input points and one
output point of the analog input/output signal can be connected. When manufacturing the R031 cable, use the
CS000 connector set (optional, with both ends).
FCUA-DX14
AIO
R031 cable
20
10
11
1
Pin No.
Input/output circuit
FCUA-DX14
Input
Connector pin No.
150Ω
AI0
2
150Ω
12
AI1
150Ω
3
AI2
150Ω
13
AI3
ADC
R
Output
220Ω
A0
7
GND
1
GND
11
GND
5
GND
15
R
DAC
OV(RG)
OV(RG)
CAUTION
Incorrect connections could damage the device, so always connect the cable to the designated
connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
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8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
8.2.10 Connection of FCUA-DX11
Type of machine input/output
signal and No. of points
Unit and Machine Control Signal
Input
64 points
Output
48 points
FCUA-DX11
R300 cable/
R301 cable
DI-L
Machine signal
DI-R
R300 cable/
R301 cable
DO-L
DCIN
RIO2
RIO1
Machine signal
DO-R
The remote I/O unit cable types include the R300 and R301 types. The R300 cable has one end cut off, and
the R301 cable is used for connection to the IDEC terminal block BX1F-T40A (Note 1). The R300-3M and
R301-3M cables are available. If a cable longer than 3m is required, use the CN300 and CS301 connector set.
The one-end CN300 connector (optional, with one end) includes the DI-L (DI-R) and DO-L (DO-R) connectors.
The CS301 connector set (optional with both ends) includes the DI-L and DO-L connectors, and two
connectors for connection with the terminal block (IDEC).
(Note 1) IDEC I/O terminal BX1F-T40
<Outline of connection>
DI-L/R
A3
B3
24VDC(+)
FCUA-DX110
COM
0V(RG)
24VDC(+)
2.2kΩ
0V
(RG)
DI-L/R
A3
B3
COM
2.2kΩ
Input circuit
Sink type
B1
B2
A1
A2
FCUA-DX111
Input circuit
Source type
B1
B2
A1
A2
24VDC(+)
DO-L/R
DO-L/R
RA
Output circuit
Sink type
PL
Machine
control panel
Output circuit
Source type
RA
B1
B2
A1
A2
PL
0V
Control
circuit
RIO1 RIO2
Stabilized power supply
Machine
control panel
DCIN
123
24VDC(+) 0V FG
B1
B2
A1
A2
Control
circuit
RIO1 RIO2
FG
Stabilized power supply
DCIN
123
24VDC(+) 0V FG
FG
CAUTION
Incorrect connections could damage the device, so always connect the cable to the designated
connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
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8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
<Signal assignment table>
<CAUTION>
When using two or more remote I/O units or when
connecting to the operation panel I/O unit, the signal
assignment will differ. Refer to the "PLC Interface
Manual" for details. The I/O assignment shows an
B
example when the station No. is set to "2".
X40
Machine side
control panel, etc.
A
X50
X51
X52
X53
X54
X55
X56
X57
X58
X59
X5A
X5B
X5C
X5D
X5E
X5F
DI-L
DI-R
24VDC(+)
DI-R
B
X60
X61
X62
X63
X64
X65
X66
X67
X68
X69
X6A
X6B
X6C
X6D
X6E
X6F
A
X70
X71
X72
X73
X74
X75
X76
X77
X78
X79
X7A
X7B
X7C
X7D
X7E
X7F
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
COM
COM
24VDC 0V(RG) 2
24VDC 0V(RG) 1
B
A
20
19
X41
18
X42
17
X43
16
X44
15
X45
14
X46
13
X47
12
X48
11
X49
10
X4A
9
X4B
8
X4C
7
X4D
6
X4E
5
X4F
4
3
COM
COM
24VDC 0V(RG) 2
24VDC 0V(RG) 1
B
A
24VDC(+)
0V(RG)
FCUA-DX11
DI-L
0V(RG)
DO-L
B
Y40
Y41
Y42
Y43
Y44
Y45
Y46
Y47
Y48
Y49
Y4A
Y4B
Y4C
Y4D
Y4E
Y4F
DO-L
RA
PL
0V(RG)
DO-R
RA
PL
A
Y50
Y51
Y52
Y53
Y54
Y55
Y56
Y57
Y58
Y59
Y5A
Y5B
Y5C
Y5D
Y5E
Y5F
B
Y60
Y61
Y62
Y63
Y64
Y65
Y66
Y67
Y68
Y69
Y6A
Y6B
Y6C
Y6D
Y6E
Y6F
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
24VDC 0V(RG) 2
24VDC 0V(RG) 1
B
A
24VDC(+)
24VDC(+)
DO-R
A
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
24VDC 0V(RG) 2
24VDC 0V(RG) 1
B
A
Control unit
0V(RG)
24VDC(+)
RIO1
1
2
3
TxRx TxRx* LG
Operation panel
I/O unit
RIO2
1
2
3
TxRx TxRx* LG
X
X
1
+24V
DCIN
2
0V
3
FG
Y
R-TM
0V(RG)
Remote I/O
unit
<Adaptive connector>
DCIN (CN220)
Y
Connector:2-178288-3
Contact:1-175218-5
Manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics AMP
Terminator (R-TM)
DI-L/DO-L (CN300)
DI-R/DO-R
RIO1/RIO2 (CN211)
X
Connector:1-178288-3
Contact:1-175218-2
Manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics AMP
(Note 1) ( ) is the MITSUBISHI original type name.
(Note 2) Refer to appendix 2 for the details on R-TM.
108
Solderless type
connector: 7940-6500SC
Manufacturer: 3M
X
Connector:1-178288-3
Contact:1-175218-2
Manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics AMP
8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
8.2.11 Connection of FCUA-DX12
Type of machine input/output
signal and No. of points
Unit and Machine Control Signal
Input
64 points
Output
48 points
Analog output
1 point
FCUA-DX12
R300 cable/
R301 cable
DI-L
Machine signal
DI-R
R300 cable/
R301 cable
DCIN
RIO2
RIO1
DO-L
Machine signal
DO-R
The remote I/O unit cable types include the R300 and R301 types. The R300 cable has one end cut off, and
the R301 cable is used for connection to the IDEC Denki terminal block BX1F-T40A (Note 1). The R300-3M
and R301-3M cables are available. If a cable longer than 3m is required, use the CN300 and CS301 connector
set.
The one-end connector CN300 (optional, with one end) includes the DI-L (DI-R) and DO-L (DO-R) connectors.
The CS301 connector set (optional, with both ends) includes the DI-L and DO-L connectors, and two
connectors for connection with the terminal block (IDEC).
(Note 1) IDEC I/O terminal BX1F-T40
<Outline of connection>
FCUA-DX120
DI-L/R
A3
B3
24VDC(+)
COM
2.2kΩ
0V
(RG)
FCUA-DX121
DI-L/R
0V(RG)
24VDC(+)
Input circuit
Sink type
B1
B2
A1
A2
A3
B3
COM
Input circuit
Source type
2.2kΩ
B1
B2
A1
A2
24VDC(+)
DO-L/R
DO-L/R
RA
Output circuit
Source type
RA
Output circuit
Sink type
PL
B1
B2
A1
A2
Machine
control panel
DO-R
Analog output
B4
A4
PL
B1
B2
A1
Machine
A2
control panel
DO-R
B4
Analog output A4
0V
Control
circuit
R
R
DAC
220Ω
RIO
RIO2
R
R
DAC
220Ω
RIO1 RIO2
DCIN
123
Stabilized power supply 24VDC(+) 0V FG
Control
circuit
FG
Stabilized power supply
DCIN
123
24VDC(+) 0V FG
FG
CAUTION
Incorrect connections could damage the device, so always connect the cable to the designated
connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
109
8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
<Signal assignment table>
<CAUTION>
When using two or more remote I/O units or when
connecting to the operation panel I/O unit, the signal
assignment will differ. Refer to the "PLC Interface
Manual" for details. The I/O assignment shows an
example when the station No. is set to "2".
Machine side
control panel, etc.
FCUA-DX12
DI-L
B
X40
X41
X42
X43
X44
X45
X46
X47
X48
X49
X4A
X4B
X4C
X4D
X4E
X4F
DI-L
24VDC(+)
0V
DI-R
24VDC(+)
A
X50
X51
X52
X53
X54
X55
X56
X57
X58
X59
X5A
X5B
X5C
X5D
X5E
X5F
COM
24VDC
24VDC
B
0V
DI-R
B
X60
X61
X62
X63
X64
X65
X66
X67
X68
X69
X6A
X6B
X6C
X6D
X6E
X6F
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
COM 3
2
0V
1
0V
A
COM
24VDC
24VDC
B
DO-L
24VDC(+)
DO-L
RA
PL
0V
24VDC(+)
DO-R
RA
PL
B
Y40
Y41
Y42
Y43
Y44
Y45
Y46
Y47
Y48
Y49
Y4A
Y4B
Y4C
Y4D
Y4E
Y4F
A
Y50
Y51
Y52
Y53
Y54
Y55
Y56
Y57
Y58
Y59
Y5A
Y5B
Y5C
Y5D
Y5E
Y5F
24VDC
24VDC
B
0V
0V
A
A
X70
X71
X72
X73
X74
X75
X76
X77
X78
X79
X7A
X7B
X7C
X7D
X7E
X7F
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
COM 3
2
0V
1
0V
A
DO-R
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
B
Y60
Y61
Y62
Y63
Y64
Y65
Y66
Y67
Y68
Y69
Y6A
Y6B
Y6C
Y6D
Y6E
Y6F
AO
A
AO*
24VDC
24VDC
B
0V
0V
A
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Control unit
RIO1
1
2
3
TxRx TxRx* LG
Operation panel
I/O unit
0V
24VDC(+)
RIO2
1
2
3
TxRx TxRx* LG
X
X
1
+24V
DCIN
2
0V
3
FG
Y
R-TM
0V
Remote I/O
unit
<Adaptive connector>
DCIN (CN220)
Y
Connector:2-178288-3
Contact:1-175218-5
Manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics AMP
Terminator (R-TM)
DI-L/DO-L (CN300)
DI-R/DO-R
RIO1/RIO2 (CN211)
X
Connector:1-178288-3
Contact:1-175218-2
Manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics AMP
(Note 1) ( ) is the MITSUBISHI original type name.
(Note 2) Refer to appendix 2 for the details on R-TM.
110
Solderless type
connector: 7940-6500SC
Manufacturer: 3M
X
Connector:1-178288-3
Contact:1-175218-2
Manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics AMP
8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O Unit
8.2.12 Cables
The remote I/O unit cable types include the R300 and R301 types. The R300 cable has one end cut off, and
the R301 cable is used for connection to the IDEC terminal block BX1F-T40A (Note 1). Both the R300-3M and
R301-3M are available.
If a cable longer than 3m is required, use the CN300 or CS301 connector set.
For the analog input/output cable, the R031 cable must be manufactured by the user.
(Note 1) IDEC I/O terminal BX1F-T40A
Machine control panel,
electric cabinet, etc.
IDEC
BX1F-T40A
2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40
PL
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39
RA
R300 cable
R301 cable
Connector pin correspondence table
Terminal
block
BX1F
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
111
FCUADX1
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
Terminal
block
BX1F
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
FCUADX1
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B19
B20
8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card
8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card
8.3.1 Outline
The HR347/357 card is the machine operation board input/output card. It has a digital input/output and scan
input/output, and is connected to the machine operation board and other devices.
Input
Scan
Output
Input
Digital
Output
Item
No. of points
Configuration
Rated voltage
Max. current
Input cycle
Input signal holding time
No. of points
Configuration
Rated load voltage
Max. output current
Output cycle
No. of points
Type
Input voltage at external contact ON
Input current at external contact ON
Input voltage at external contact OFF
Input current at external contact OFF
Tolerable chattering time
Input signal holding time
Input circuit operation delay time
Machine side contact capacity
No. of points
Rated load voltage
Max. output current
Type
HR347
HR357
64 points
8 common × 8 data matrix
5VDC
80mA/point
1.46ms cycle, 11.68ms cycle
11.68ms or more (*1)
64 points
4 common × 8 data + 4 common × 8 data matrix
5VDC
200mA/point
1.46ms cycle, 5.84ms cycle
32 points
Sink/source
6V or less
18V or more, 25.2V or less
2mA or less
9mA or more
20V or more, 25.2V or less
4V or less
9mA or more
2mA or less
2.2ms or less
40ms or more
T4 ≤ 11ms
2.2ms ≤ T3
30V or more, 16mA or more
32 points
24VDC
60mA/point
Sink
Source
(*1) Input signal holding time: The guide is 11.68ms or more. The input signal will not be recognized unless it is held for the ladder
processing cycle time or longer.
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8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card
8.3.2 Hardware Interface
(1) Connector layout diagram
1
25
A
B
DIO SCAN2 SCAN1
0
0
0
(Scan DI/DO: 64/64)
RIO3 DCIN
B
HR347/357
CF31
CF33
(DI:32)
(D0:32)
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A
8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card
(2) Pin assignment
Remote I/O unit connection terminal
RIO3A/B
1
2
3
<Cable side connector type>
Connector: 1-178288-3
Contact: 1-175218-2
Recommended manufacturer:
Tyco Electronics AMP
Power input terminal (24VDC)
1
2
DCIN
1 I/O TXRX3
2 I/O TXRX3*
3
GND
3
<Cable side connector type>
Connector: 2-178288-3
Contact: 1-175218-5
Recommended manufacturer:
Tyco Electronics AMP
1
2
3
I
24VDC
0V(RG)
FG
Machine input/output terminal
CF31
20
I
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
B
X40
X41
X42
X43
X44
X45
X46
X47
X48
X49
X4A
X4B
X4C
X4D
X4E
X4F
COM
24VDC
24VDC
CF33
20
I
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
A
X50
X51
X52
X53
X54
X55
X56
X57
X58
X59
X5A
X5B
X5C
X5D
X5E
X5F
COM
0V(RG)
0V(RG)
20
O
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
O
O
O
B
Y40
O
Y41
Y42
Y43
Y44
Y45
Y46
Y47
Y48
Y49
Y4A
Y4B
Y4C
Y4D
Y4E
Y4F
I
I
24VDC
24VDC
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
20
O
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
A
Y50
Y51
Y52
Y53
Y54
Y55
Y56
Y57
Y58
Y59
Y5A
Y5B
Y5C
Y5D
Y5E
Y5F
0V(RG)
0V(RG)
DIO
2
<Cable side connector type>
Connector: 7940-6500SC
Relief: 3448-7940
Recommended manufacturer: 3M
* This example shows SCAN1 set to "0", SCAN2 set to "1", and DIO set
to "2".
Refer to "PLC Interface Manual" for details.
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8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card
Scan type input/output terminals
CF35
B
GND
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
O
O
O
LC3B
LC2B
LC1B
LC0B
LD7B*
LD6B*
LD5B*
LD4B*
LD3B*
LD2B*
LD1B*
LD0B*
GND
O
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
O
O
KYC7*
KYC5*
KYC3*
KYC1*
KYD7*
KYD5*
KYD3*
KYD1*
O
O
I
I
I
I
SCAN1
0
A
GND
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
O
O
O
LC3A
LC2A
LC1A
LC0A
LD7A*
LD6A*
LD5A*
LD4A*
LD3A*
LD2A*
LD1A*
LD0A*
O
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
O
O
O
O
I
I
I
I
KYC6*
KYC4*
KYC2*
KYC0*
KYD6*
KYD4*
KYD2*
KYD0*
GND
SCAN2
2
(Note)
The GND pin is not normally used.
Do not connect the GND pin to the frame ground.
<Cable side connector type>
Connector: 7950-6500SC
Relief: 3448-7950
Recommended manufacturer: 3M
LCxA/B
Common signal for scan DO
LDxA/B*
Data signal for scan DO
KYCx*
Common signal for scan DI
KYDx*
Data signal for scan DI
* This example shows SCAN1 set to "0", SCAN2 set to "1" and
DIO set to "2".
Refer to "PLC Interface Manual" for details.
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8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card
(3) Rotary switch
Set the address (station No.) assignment in DI/DO: 32/32 point units. Set using SCAN1, SCAN 2 and DIO
rotary switches. The assignment address is changed with the rotary switch setting.
CF35
Scan DI:32
Scan DO:32
[Address]
X00
[Address]
Y00
X1F
Y1F
Scan DI:32
Scan DO:32
[Address]
X20
[Address]
Y20
X3F
Y3F
CF31
0
SCAN1
0
SCAN2
CF33
Digital DI:32
Digital DO:32
[Address]
[Address]
X40
Y40
0
DIO
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Standard setting
SCAN1
0
SCAN2
1
DIO
2
8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card
8.3.3 Connections
(1) External power supply (DCIN)
24VDC is required for the HR347/HR357 card operation. Prepare a stabilized power supply that satisfies
the following specifications.
Output : 24VDC ± 5%
Ripple : ± 5% (P-P)
Rated output current: 2.5A
∗ The rated output current is the value when using 60mA × 32 points for the machine output.
Prepare a power supply that satisfies the 24VDC output's total output current and control current (0.5A).
F070 cable
24VDC
0V(RG)
Y
DCIN
HR357
(2) Connecting the remote I/O communication cable (RIO3A/B)
(a) Connection of the RIO3A connector
Connect the RIO3A to the RIO1/RIO2 connector of the control unit or the RIO3 of the operation panel
I/O unit.
RIO1
A
RIO3
R211
Control unit
HR357
(b) Connection of the RIO3B connector
When the remote I/O unit is connected with a serial link, multiple units can be combined and used in a
range of eight or less total occupied stations. (Refer to the section "8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O
Unit" for details.)
HR357 occupies three stations, so the remote I/O units can be connected to the RIO3B in combinations
of 5 stations or less. Connect a terminator to the RIO3B when it is not connected to any device.
0
0
0
B
RIO3
To the next remote I/O unit
FCUA-DX
Terminator
R-TM
Refer to appendix 2.
HR357
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8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card
(3) Scan input (CF35)
An example is shown of a scan input circuit manufactured by the machine manufacturer. Refer to "8.3.2 (2)
Pin assignment" for the connector pin assignments.
CF35
KYCO*
KYC1*
KYC2*
KYC3*
KYC4*
KYC5*
KYC6*
KYC7*
X07
X06
X05
X04
X03
X02
X01
X00
X0F
X0E
X0D
X0C
X0B
X0A
X09
X08
X17
X16
X15
X14
X13
X12
X11
X10
X1F
X1E
X1D
X1C
X1B
X1A
X19
X18
X27
X26
X25
X24
X23
X22
X21
X20
X2F
X2E
X2D
X2C
X2B
X2A
X29
X28
X37
X36
X35
X34
X33
X32
X31
X30
X3F
X3E
X3D
X3C
X3B
X3A
X39
X38
KYD7*
KYD6*
KYD5*
KYD4*
KYD3*
KYD2*
KYD1*
KYD0*
<Example of a circuit manufactured by the machine tool builder>
(Note)
To scan input, connect a sneak path prevention diode as shown in the following drawing. The unit
may not be able to read the correct input signals without a sneak path prevention diode installed.
KYCO*
to KYC7*
△
Sneak path
prevention diode
KYDO*
to KYD7*
The common signals are changed over with scan input as shown in the following drawing. Key input data can be
received when the common signal is LOW. The common signal changeover cycle is 11.68ms, but the input
signal will not be recognized unless it is held for the ladder processing cycle time or longer.
KYCO*
KYC1*
KYC2*
KYC3*
KYC4*
KYC5*
KYC6*
KYC7*
11.68ms
1.46ms
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8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card
(4) Scan output (CF35)
An example is shown of a scan output circuit manufactured by the machine manufacturer. Refer to "8.3.2
(2) Pin assignment" for the connector pin assignments.
CF35
CF35
LC3A
LC2A
LC1A
LC0A
LC3B
LC2B
LC1B
LC0B
Y00
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
Y05
Y06
Y07
LD0A*
LD1A*
LD2A*
LD3A*
LD4A*
LD5A*
LD6A*
LD7A*
Y20
Y21
Y22
Y23
Y24
Y25
Y26
Y27
LD0B*
LD1B*
LD2B*
LD3B*
LD4B*
LD5B*
LD6B*
LD7B*
Y08
Y09
Y0A
Y0B
Y0C
Y0D
Y0E
Y0F
Y28
Y29
Y2A
Y2B
Y2C
Y2D
Y2E
Y2F
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y13
Y14
Y15
Y16
Y17
Y30
Y31
Y32
Y33
Y34
Y35
Y36
Y37
Y18
Y19
Y1A
Y1B
Y1C
Y1D
Y1E
Y1F
Y38
Y39
Y3A
Y3B
Y3C
Y3D
Y3E
Y3F
<Example of a circuit manufacturerd
by the machine tool builder>
Output circuit
<Example of a circuit manufacturerd
by the machine tool builder>
<Manufactured by the machine tool builder>
HR3 7
5V
CF35
LCnA/B
LDnA/B*
330Ω
0V(RG)
The common signals are changed over with scan output as shown in the following drawing. The LED outputs data,
and lights only when the common signal is HIGH. The common signal changes to 4 signals in succession, and
lights once every 5.84ms for 1.46ms only. The scan output is a 5V system.
LC3A
LC3B
LC2A
LC2B
LC1A
LC1B
LC0A
LC0B
1.46ms
1.46ms
5.84ms
5.84ms
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8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card
(5) Digital input (CF31)
A source type input circuit corresponding to source output is shown.
Sink type
Source type
HR3 7
(Machine side)
CF31
CF31
24VDC
2.2kΩ
2.2kΩ
2.2kΩ
△
2.2kΩ
Control
circuit
△
△
0V(RG)
△
COM
Control
circuit
△
△
△
0V(RG)
△
24VDC
HR3 7
(Machine side)
COM
0V(RG)
Input conditions Set so the input conditions are within the ranges shown in the following conditions.
Sink type
1 Input voltage at external contact ON
Source type
6V or less
2 Input current at external contact ON
18V or more, 25.2V or less
9mA or more
3 Input voltage at external contact OFF
20V or more, 25.2V or less
4 Input current at external contact OFF
4V or less
2mA or less
5 Tolerable chattering time
3ms or less (Refer to T1 below)
6 Input signal holding time
40ms or more (Refer to T2 below)
3ms ≤ T3
7 Input circuit operation delay time
8 Machine side contact capacity
T4 ≤ 16ms
30V or more, 16mA or more
(Note) Input signal holding time: 40ms or more as a guideline. The input signal can only be confirmed if held
longer than the ladder process cycle time.
T2
T2
External signal
24VDC
T1
T1
T1
T1
Internal signal
+5V
T3
T4
T3
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T4
8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.3 Connecting with Scan I/O Card
(6) Digital output (CF33)
The HR357 output circuit is a source type (source output).
Source type
FCU6-HR3 7
CF33
24VDC
(Machine side)
RA
△
R
Control
circuit
PL
0V(RG)
CAUTION
Do not apply any voltage to the connector other than that specified in this manual. Failure to
observe this could cause bursting, damage, etc.
Output conditions
Insulation method
Rated load voltage
Max. output current
Saturation voltage
Output delay time
Non-insulation
24VDC
60mA/point
1.6V (standard)
40µs
(Note 1) When using an inductive load such as a relay, always connect a diode (voltage resistance 100V or more,
100mA or more) in parallel to the load.
(Note 2) When using a capacitive load such as a lamp, always connect a protective resistor (R=150Ω) serially to
the load to suppress rush currents. (Make sure that the current is less than the above tolerable current
including the momentary current.)
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8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card
8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card
The card-sized I/O card can be used as the operation board I/O or electric cabinet I/O.
There are DI/DO type and AI/AO type for the card-sized I/O card. Refer to the following sections for details.
DI/DO type: "8.4.2 DI/DO Type Specifications"
AI/AO type: "8.4.3 AI/AO Type Specifications"
8.4.1 Connection Example
An example of card-sized I/O card connection is shown below.
Card-sized I/O card is connected to the operation panel I/O unit or control unit via the card-sized I/O card
connector PCB. Card-sized I/O card connector PCB must be manufactured by the machine tool builder.
Connection example
Card-sized I/O card connector PCB
Operation
panel I/O unit
Operation board I/O
RIO3
Card-sized I/O card
DI
OPI
DO
Card-sized I/O card connector PCB
OPI
Electric cabinet I/O
Card-sized I/O card
RIO1
DI
DO
Control unit
Card-sized I/O card connector PCB
Electric cabinet I/O
Card-sized I/O card
RIO2
DI
DO
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8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card
8.4.2 DI/DO Type Specifications
The card-sized I/O card (HR361/HR371) specifications are shown below.
• Input point and output points per card are 16 points each.
• Power supply (24VDC, 5VDC) is supplied from an external source.
• Multiple cards can be used.
Maximum number of cards differs depending on where the card-sized I/O card connector PCB is
connected to:
RIO1/RIO2: Max. 8 cards
RIO3: Max. 5 cards
Outline drawing
HR361/HR371
24VDC
5VDC
DI
DO
Communication signal
(TXRX, TXRX*)
SEL1
SEL2
SEL3
(1) Basic specifications
HR361
No. of input points
No. of output points
Input/output type
(Note)
Outline dimension
Connector in use
Recommended
connector
HR371
Remarks
16 points
16 points
Sink type
Source type
55mm x 93mm
7650-5002SC
Sumitomo 3M 50 pin
9150-4500SC (Connector PCB side)
Sumitomo 3M 50 pin
(Note) The input and output share the same type.
(2) Setting the channel No.
Channel No. of the card-sized I/O card is set with CF30 of the card-sized I/O card connector PCB. Connect
the signal pin to 5VDC or GND according to the chart below.
The card-sized I/O card occupies one channel per card.
Refer to "8.2.3 Setting of Station No. When Using Multiple Remote I/O Units" for the number of occupied
channels.
Channel No.
selection Channel 1 Channel 2 Channel 3 Channel 4 Channel 5 Channel 6 Channel 7 Channel 8
CF30-1
CF30-2
CF30-3
CF30-4
CF30-5
CF30-6
CF30-7
CF30-8
signal
(pin No.)
SEL1(A3)
GND
DC5V
GND
DC5V
GND
DC5V
GND
DC5V
SEL2(B3)
GND
GND
DC5V
DC5V
GND
GND
DC5V
DC5V
SEL3(A4)
GND
GND
GND
GND
DC5V
DC5V
DC5V
DC5V
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8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card
(3) External power supply specifications
The power supply (24VDC, 5VDC) for the card-sized I/O card must be supplied from an external source.
Prepare a power supply (stabilized power supply) that satisfies the following conditions per card.
Voltage
24VDC±5%
5VDC±5%
24VDC
5VDC
Ripple/noise
240mVp-p
50mVp-p
Current
1A
0.4A
The output current is the value when 60mA x 16 points are used. Prepare a power supply that satisfies the
total output current of the 24VDC output.
Refer to "Appendix 8. Precautions for Compliance to UL/c-UL Standards", as well.
(4) Connector pin assignment
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
I/O
I
I
I
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
HR361/HR371 CF30
B
1
GND
2
TXRX*
I/O
3
SEL1
I
4
SEL3
I
5
24VDC
I
6
GND
7
YF
O
8
YE
O
9
YD
O
10
YC
O
11
YB
O
12
YA
O
13
Y9
O
14
Y8
O
15
GND
16
XF
I
17
XE
I
18
XD
I
19
XC
I
20
XB
I
21
XA
I
22
X9
I
23
X8
I
24
GND
25
5VDC
I
GND
TXRX
SEL2
24VDC
24VDC
GND
Y7
Y6
Y5
Y4
Y3
Y2
Y1
Y0
GND
X7
X6
X5
X4
X3
X2
X1
X0
GND
5VDC
The signal assignment No. changes according to the station No. to be used.
Refer to "PLC Interface Manual" for details.
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8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card
(5) Input/output circuit
(a) Input circuit
The HR361 input circuit is a sink type, and the HR371 input circuit is a source type.
Sink type
Source type
HR361
(Machine side)
CF30
HR371
(Machine side)
CF30
+24V
2.2kΩ
2.2kΩ
GND
2.2kΩ
2.2kΩ
GND
Control
circuit
Control
circuit
+24V
GND
No COM pin is available used only for input; it is shared with 24VDC or GND.
CAUTION
Do not apply voltages to the connectors other than voltages indicated in this manual. Failure to
observe this could cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc.
Incorrect connections could cause the devices to damage. Connect the cable to the designated
connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
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8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card
(b) Input conditions
Use the input signal within the following condition ranges.
Input voltage when external contact is ON
Input current when external contact is ON
Input voltage when external contact is OFF
Input current when external contact is OFF
Tolerable chattering time (T1)
Input signal hold time (T2)
Input circuit operation delay time
HR361
HR371
6V or less
18V or more, 25.2V or less
2mA or less
9mA or more
20V or more, 25.2V or less
4V or less
9mA or more
2mA or less
3ms or less
40ms or more(*1)
.
3ms≤T3 =. T4≤20ms
30V or more, 16mA or more
Machine side contact capacity
(*1) Input signal hold time: 40ms or more is the guideline, and if not held for longer than the ladder
processing cycle time, the input signal will not be recognized.
Sink type
Source type
T2
T1
T2
T1
T1
External signal
+24V
T1
External signal
+24V
GND
GND
Internal signal
+5V
Internal signal
+5V
GND
GND
T3
T3
T4
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T4
8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card
(c) Output circuit
The HR361 output circuit is a sink type, and the HR371 output circuit is a source type.
Sink type
Source type
(Machine side)
(Machine side)
HR361
CF30
+24V
HR371
CF30
+24V
RA
RA
R
PL
Control
circuit
Control
circuit
R
PL
GND
GND
CAUTION
Do not apply voltages to the connectors other than voltages indicated in this manual. Failure to
observe this could cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc.
Incorrect connections could cause the devices to damage. Connect the cable to the designated
connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
(d) Output conditions
Output current
Saturated voltage
Output delay time
HR361
HR371
60mA/point
1.6V(standard)
40μs
(Note 1) When using an inductive load such as relay, always connect a diode (withstand voltage 100V or more,
100mA or more) in parallel to the load.
(Note 2) When using a capacitive load such as lamp, always connect a protective resistor (R=150Ω) serially to the
load to suppress rush currents. (Make sure that the current, including the instantaneous current, is less
than the above tolerable current.)
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8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card
8.4.3 AI/AO Type Specifications
The card-sized I/O card (HR381/HR383) specifications are shown below.
• HR381 card holds analog output 1ch.
• HR383 card holds analog input 4ch/analog output 1ch.
• Power supply (5VDC) is supplied from an external source.
• Multiple cards can be used.
Maximum number of cards differs depending on where the card-sized I/O card connector PCB is
connected to.
RIO1/RIO2: Max. 8 cards
RIO3: Max. 5 cards
Outline drawing
HR381/HR383
5VDC
AO0
AI0 to 3
(HR383 only)
Communication signal
(TXRX, TXRX*)
SEL1
SEL2
SEL3
(1) Basic specifications
HR381
No. of input points
No. of output points
Outline dimension
Connector in use
Recommended
connector
HR383
-
AI x 4ch
AO x 1ch
AO x 1ch
Remarks
55mm x 93mm
7650-5002SC
Sumitomo 3M 50 pin
9150-4500SC (Connector PCB side)
Sumitomo 3M 50 pin
(2) Setting the channel No.
Channel No. of the card-sized I/O card is set with CF30 of the card-sized I/O card connector PCB. Connect
the signal pin to 5VDC or GND according to the chart below.
The card-sized I/O card occupies one channel per card.
Refer to "8.2.3 Setting of Station No. When Using Multiple Remote I/O Units" for the number of occupied
channels.
Channel No.
selection Channel 1 Channel 2 Channel 3 Channel 4 Channel 5 Channel 6 Channel 7 Channel 8
CF30-1
CF30-2
CF30-3
CF30-4
CF30-5
CF30-6
CF30-7
CF30-8
signal
(pin No.)
SEL1(A3)
GND
DC5V
GND
DC5V
GND
DC5V
GND
DC5V
SEL2(B3)
GND
GND
DC5V
DC5V
GND
GND
DC5V
DC5V
SEL3(A4)
GND
GND
GND
GND
DC5V
DC5V
DC5V
DC5V
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8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card
(3) External power supply specifications
The power supply (5VDC) for the card-sized I/O card must be supplied from an external source. Prepare a
power supply (stabilized power supply) that satisfies the following conditions per card.
5VDC
Voltage
5VDC±5%
Ripple/noise
50mVp-p
Current
0.4A
Refer to "Appendix 8. Precautions for Compliance to UL/c-UL Standards", as well.
(4) Connector pin assignment
HR381 CF36
A
1
GND
2
I/O TXRX*
3
I
SEL1
4
I
SEL3
5
reserve
6
GND
7
reserve
8
reserve
9
reserve
10
reserve
11
reserve
12
reserve
13
reserve
14
reserve
15
GND
16
reserve
17
reserve
18
reserve
19
reserve
20
GND
21
GND
22
GND
23
GND
24
GND
25
I
5VDC
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
I/O
I
O
I
GND
TXRX
SEL2
reserve
reserve
GND
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
AO0
GND
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
GND
5VDC
HR383 CF36
A
1
GND
2
I/O TXRX*
3
I
SEL1
4
I
SEL3
5
reserve
6
GND
7
reserve
8
reserve
9
reserve
10
reserve
11
reserve
12
reserve
13
reserve
14
reserve
15
GND
16
reserve
17
reserve
18
reserve
19
reserve
20
GND
21
GND
22
GND
23
GND
24
GND
25
I
5VDC
The signal assignment No. changes according to the station No. to be used.
Refer to "PLC Interface Manual" for details.
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B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
I/O
I
O
I
I
I
I
I
GND
TXRX
SEL2
reserve
reserve
GND
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
AO0
GND
reserve
reserve
reserve
reserve
AI3
AI2
AI1
AI0
GND
5VDC
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8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card
(5) Input/output circuit
(a) Input/output circuit
HR381/HR383
AI0
AI1
Input
AI2
AI3
150Ω
150Ω
ADC
150Ω
150Ω
GND
GND
GND
GND
Output
AO0
220Ω
DAC
GND
(b) Input conditions
Max. input rating
Resolution
Precision
Input sampling time
±15V
10V/200(5mV)
Within ±25mV
14.2ms(AI0)/42.6ms(AI1 to 3)
(c) Output conditions
Output voltage
Resolution
Load conditions
Output impedance
-10V to +10V(±5%)
12bit(±10V x n/4096) (n=20 to 211)
10kΩ load resistance
220Ω
CAUTION
Do not apply voltages to the connectors other than voltages indicated in this manual. Failure to
observe this could cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc.
Incorrect connections could cause the devices to damage. Connect the cable to the designated
connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
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8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card
8.4.4 Precautions for Wiring
(1) Connection of terminator
A terminator is required between the communication signal cables(TXRX,TXRX*) of the card-sized I/O.
Connect a terminator to the card-sized I/O card connector PCB signal line as shown below.
Recommended terminator: 100Ω ±1% 1/4W (RN14C2E101F) [Koa Denko]
(Example) When four connectors are installed on the card-sized I/O card connector PCB.
NC control
unit
(RIO1/2/3)
TXRX
B2
TXRX*
A2
100Ω
Connector (CF30/CF36) on card-sized I/O card
connector PCB
(2) Shield treatment of communication signal cable
Because the card-sized I/O card communication cables (TXRX, TXRX*) communicate at a high speed,
they must be wired separately from other signal cables. Shield each end of the signal with a GND pattern
as shown below, and ground at several places.
TXRX
TXRX*
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8.4 Connecting with Card-sized I/O Card
(3) Installation direction
Install the card-sized I/O card in the direction as shown in "installation 1" or "installation 2" below.
Top
Top
Installation 2
Installation 1
Bottom
Bottom
(Note) If the card-sized I/O card is installed horizontally, the heat will build up. So, do not install the card as
shown below.
Top
Bottom
(4) Installation spacing
The card-sized I/O card installation spacing must be 15mm or more.
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8.5 Connecting with Expansion I/O Card QY231
8.5 Connecting with Expansion I/O Card QY231
8.5.1 Outline
QY231 is the machine input/output and operation board input/output card for connecting with the remote I/O
communication (MC link B) of the control unit, or the remote I/O communication of the operation panel I/O unit
remote I/O communication or communication terminal remote I/O communication (MC link B).
Compatible machine control signals
: 64 points (photocoupler insulation) sink/
source shared type
Digital output signal (DO) : 48 points (non-insulation) source type
No. of occupied
stations
Digital input signal (DI)
2
8.5.2 Hardware Interface
(1) Connector layout diagram
(SW1)
↑↑
J4
△
POWER
ALM
Not
mounted
CMD8
CMD82
SINK
SOURCE
CFD83
S1
S2
S3
S4
CSH41B
8
0
CSH41A
CS1
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8.5 Connecting with Expansion I/O Card QY231
(2) Pin assignments
Remote I/O unit connection terminal
CSH41A/B
1
2
3
<Cable side connector type>
Connector: 1-178288-3
Contact: 1-175218-2 x3
Recommended manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics AMP
Power input terminal (24VDC)
4
3
J4
2
1 I/O TXRX
2 I/O TXRX*
3
0V(RG)
1
1
2
3
4
<Cable side connector type>
Connector: 51191-0400
Contact: 50802-8100 x4
Recommended manufacturer: MOLEX
I
I
0V(RG)
24VDC
24VDC
0V(RG)
Machine input terminal
CMD81/CMD82
7
1
18
20
14
CMD81
<Cable side connector type>
Connector: MRP20F01
Contact: MRP-F102
Case: MR20W
Recommended manufacturer:
HONDA TSUSHIN KOGYO
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0V(RG)
18
17
0V(RG)
X26
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
X24
X21
X2E
X2B
X28
X15
X12
X1F
X1D
X1A
X07
X04
X01
X0E
X0B
X08
X35
X32
X3F
X3C
X39
13
12
11
10
9
8
X36
X33
X30
X3D
X3A
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
DC24V
X37
X34
X31
X3E
X3B
X38
50
CMD82
<Cable side connector type>
Connector: MRP50F01
Contact: MRP-F102
Case: MR50W
Recommended manufacturer:
HONDA TSUSHIN KOGYO
1
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
X22
X2F
X2C
X29
X16
X13
X10
X1B
X18
X05
X02
X0F
X0C
X09
50
49
X27
X25
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
X23
X20
X2D
X2A
X17
X14
X11
X1E
X1C
X19
X06
X03
X00
X0D
X0A
DC24V
CS1
0
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* This example shows CS1 set to "0".
Refer to "PLC Interface Manual" for details.
8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.5 Connecting with Expansion I/O Card QY231
Machine output terminal
CFD83
CFD83
1
33
<Cable side connector type>
Connector: MRP50M01
Contact: MRP-M102
Case: MR50W
Recommended manufacturer:
HONDA TSUSHIN KOGYO
18
50
1
Y08
33
2
Y0B
34
Y0A
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Y0E
Y01
Y04
Y07
Y1A
Y1D
Y1F
Y12
Y15
Y28
Y2B
Y2E
Y21
Y24
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
Y0D
Y00
Y03
Y06
Y19
Y1C
Y1E
Y11
Y14
Y17
Y2A
Y2D
Y20
Y23
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Y09
Y0C
Y0F
Y02
Y05
Y18
Y1B
Y10
Y13
Y16
Y29
Y2C
Y2F
Y22
DC24V
17
Y26
49
Y25
18
0V(RG)
50
Y27
CS1
0
* This example shows CS1 set to "0".
Refer to "PLC Interface Manual" for details.
(3) Rotary switch
Set the address (station No.) assignment for two stations in DI/DO: 64/48 point units. Set using the CS1
rotary switch. The assignment address is changed with the rotary switch setting.
CS1
Setting
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8~F
Function
Remote I/O station 0, 1 station selection
Invalid
Remote I/O station 2, 3 station selection
Invalid
Remote I/O station 4, 5 station selection
Invalid
Remote I/O station 6, 7 station selection
Invalid
Setting prohibited
0
CS1
∗ The X and Y assignments are reference values. When actually making the assignment, add DI/DO
assignment No. to the head address assigned to each remote IO unit station No.
(4) Setting switches
Set the digital input sink type and source type changeover.
S1, S2
ON
OFF
S3, S4
OFF
ON
Function
Source input selection
Sink input selection
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8.5 Connecting with Expansion I/O Card QY231
8.5.3 Connections
(1) External power supply (DCIN)
24VDC is required for card operation. Prepare a stabilized power supply that satisfies the following
specifications.
Rated output: DC24V±5%
* The rated output current is the value when using 60mA × 48 points for the
machine output (DO). Prepare a power supply that satisfies the 24VDC
output's total output current.
Ripple: 240mV (P-P)
Rated current: 3.8A
(SW1)
24VDC
0V(RG)
J4
CSH41B
CSH41A
CS1
FG
U
CMD81
Stabilized
power supply
CFD83
3
2
1
SINK
24VDC input
J4
S1
S2
S3
S4
SOURCE
4
CMD82
QY231
1
2
3
4
0V(RG)
DC24V
DC24V
0V(RG)
(Note) Cables for the J4 connector must be manufactured by the machine tool builder.
(2) Remote I/O connections (CSH41A/B)
(a) Connection of the CSH41A connector
Connect the CSH41A connector to the RIO1/RIO2 connector of the control unit, or RIO3 connector of
the operation panel I/O unit.
RIO1
(SW1)
J4
CSH41B
CSH41A
CS1
CSH41A
CMD81
FCUA-R211
S1
S2
S3
S4
When connecting to control unit
CMD82
SINK
SOURCE
CFD83
QY231
1
2
3
Terminator (optional)
(R-TM)
Refer to appendix 2.
RIO1
CSH41A/B
CR05
1 I/O TXRX3
2 I/O TXRX3*
3
GND
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8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.5 Connecting with Expansion I/O Card QY231
(3) Machine input terminal (CMD81, CMD82)
The following shows the sink type input circuit corresponding to the machine side sink output, and source
type input circuit corresponding to the machine side source output.
Sink type
Source type
QY231
(Machine side)
CMD81/82
24VDC
CMD81/82
2.2kΩ
2.2kΩ
2.2kΩ
△
2.2kΩ
Control
circuit
△
△
0V(RG)
△
COM
Control
circuit
△
△
△
0V(RG)
△
24VDC
QY231
(Machine side)
COM
0V(RG)
CAUTION
Do not apply any voltage to the connector other than that specified in this manual. Failure to
observe this could cause bursting, damage, etc.
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8.5 Connecting with Expansion I/O Card QY231
Input conditions
Set so the input conditions are within the ranges shown in the following conditions.
Sink type
1
Input voltage at external contact ON
2
Input current at external contact ON
3
Input voltage at external contact OFF
4
5
6
7
8
Input current at external contact OFF
Tolerable chattering time
Input signal holding time
Input circuit operation delay time
Machine side contact capacity
Source type
18V or more,
25.2V or less
6V or less
9mA or more
20V or more,
25.2V or less
4V or less
2mA or less
3ms or less (Refer to T1 below.)
40ms or more (Refer to T2 below.)
3ms T3 T4 16ms
30V or more, 16mA or more
(Note) Input signal holding time: 40ms or more as a guideline. The input signal can only be confirmed if
held longer than the ladder process cycle time.
T2
External signal
24VDC
T1
T2
T1
T1
T1
Internal signal
+5V
T3
T4
T3
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T4
8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.5 Connecting with Expansion I/O Card QY231
(4) Machine output terminal (CFD83)
The QY231 output circuit is a source type.
Source type
QY231
CFD83
24VDC
(Machine side)
RA
△
R
Control
circuit
PL
0V(RG)
CAUTION
Do not apply any voltage to the connector other than that specified in this manual. Failure to
observe this could cause bursting, damage, etc.
Output conditions
Insulation method
Rated load voltage
Max. output current
Saturation voltage
Output delay time
Non-insulation
24VDC
60mA/point
1.6V (standard)
40µs
(Note 1) When using an inductive load such as a relay, always connect a diode (voltage resistance
100V or more, 100mA or more) in parallel to the load.
(Note 2) When using a capacitive load such as a lamp, always connect a protective resistor (R = 150Ω)
serially to the load to suppress rush currents. (Make sure that the current is less than the
above tolerable current including the momentary current.)
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8. Connections of I/O Interface
8.5 Connecting with Expansion I/O Card QY231
(a) Connection of the remote I/O unit
When the remote I/O unit is connected with a serial link, multiple units can be combined and used in a
range of eight or less total occupied stations. (Refer to the section "8.2 Connecting with Remote I/O
Unit" for details.)
QY231 occupies two stations, so the remote I/O units including this card can be connected to RIO1 of
the control unit in combinations of 6 stations or less.
Connect a terminator R-TM to the CSH41B when it is not connected to any device.
(SW1)
CSH41B
J4
CMD81
FCUA-R211
To the next remote
I/O unit
CMD82
SINK
SOURCE
CFD83
Terminator (optional)
(R-TM)
S1
S2
S3
S4
CSH41A
CS1
QY231
Refer to appendix 2.
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9. Connections of Display Unit
9.1 Display Unit Connection System Drawing
9. Connections of Display Unit
The method for connecting to each unit and device from the display unit are briefly explained in this section.
9.1 Display Unit Connection System Drawing
9.1.1 FCU7-DA201-11 / FCU7-DA211-11
Operation panel I/O unit
Display unit
LAN
G301 cable
PCLAN
Keyboard unit
USB1
USB2
SIO
FRONTOUT
G290 cable
USB cable
USB device (Ver1.1)
G031, G032 cable
RS-232C device
G291 cable
INV
CF
DCIN
Front IC
card I/F unit
Menu key
MENUKEY
LCD
USB
G093 cable
LCD
F480 cable
Inverter
PCB
(Note)
The following cables come
with each unit.
- G290 cable (0.7m)
- G291 cable (0.1m)
- G093 cable
- F480 cable
- G301 cable (1m)
CF
(ATA mode)
F070 cable
24VDC
stabilized
power supply
(Note) When connecting commercially available devices, refer to the section "Appendix 9. Precautions for
Use of Peripheral Devices and Commercially Available Devices".
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9. Connections of Display Unit
9.1 Display Unit Connection System Drawing
9.1.2 FCU7-DA315-11 / FCU7-DA415-11 / FCU7-DA445-11
Display unit
LAN
Operation panel I/O unit
PCLAN
G301 cable
Keyboard unit
USB1
USB2
SIOPC
FRONTOUT
G290 cable
USB cable
G031, G032 cable
USB
USB device (Ver1.1)
RS-232C device
Front IC
card I/F unit
G291 cable
Menu key
MENUKEY
LCD
INV
CF
DCIN
G093 cable
LCD
F480 cable
Inverter PCB
ON/OFF
FDD
HDD
CF25
- G290 cable (0.7m)
- G291 cable (0.1m)
- G093 cable
- F480 cable
- G301 cable (1m)
CF
(IDE mode)
F110 cable
CF01
CF24
(Note)
The following cables come
with each unit.
G171 cable
G170 cable
PD25/PD27
power supply
unit
ON
OFF
ON/OFF switch
F130 cable
FDD
unit
F140 cable
HDD
unit
Not used (HDD heater power supply I/F)
(Note) When connecting commercially available devices, refer to the section "Appendix 9. Precautions for
Use of Peripheral Devices and Commercially Available Devices".
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9. Connections of Display Unit
9.2 Connecting with Power Supply
9.2 Connecting with Power Supply
Depending on the type of display unit, power supply to be connected differs.
Display unit
FCU7-DA2
-
FCU7-DA3
FCU7-DA4
-
Power supply
General-purpose 24VDC stabilized power supply or PD25/PD27 power
supply unit
PD25/PD27 power supply unit
(Note) Controlling with ACFAIL signal is necessary; therefore,
general-purpose stabilized power supply cannot be used.
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9. Connections of Display Unit
9.2 Connecting with Power Supply
9.2.1 FCU7-DA201-11 / FCU7-DA211-11 (When using general-purpose 24VDC stabilized power
supply)
(1) Connection of power supply
Display unit
(Rear view)
DCIN
DCIN
F070 cable
24VDC stabilized
power supply
NFB
MC
R
Y
+24V
0V
S
AC
AC
T
FG
OFF
DCIN
24VDC
0V
1
2
ON
MC
Connector name: DCIN
Contact : 2-178288-3
Connector : 1-175218-5
Recommended manufacturer: Tyco Electronics AMP
FG
FG
3
MC
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (F070 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (DCIN connector)"
(Note) When 24V power is supplied to the display unit under the following conditions, welding may occur
on the contacts due to rush current; so be careful.
When 24VDC's ON/OFF are directly controlled by a magnetic switch such as relay AND
When heat capacity of the contacts for relay, etc. used to control 24VDC's ON/OFF is small.
(2) Specifications of power supply
When selecting the stabilized power supply (prepared by machine tool builder), consider the
characteristics indicated in the section "6.2.1 When Using General-Purpose 24VDC Stabilized Power
Supply". Use a power supply that complies with CE Marking or that follows the safety standards.
CAUTION
Do not apply voltages to the connectors other than voltages indicated in this manual. Failure to observe this could
cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc.
Incorrect connections could cause the devices to damage. Connect the cable to the designated connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
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9. Connections of Display Unit
9.2 Connecting with Power Supply
9.2.2 FCU7-DA201-11 / FCU7-DA211-11 (When using PD25/PD27 power supply unit)
(1) Connections of PD25/PD27 power supply
Display unit
(Rear view)
PD25/PD27
power supply unit
MC
NFB
ACIN
R
S
DCIN
T
FG
ON/OFF SW
ON/OFF
F170 cable
CF01
F110 cable
ON
FAN ALARM
POWER
DCOUT
OFF
DCIN
Y
ON/OFF switch
(Note 1) CF01 (ACFAIL input: power supply shutoff notification signal) will not be used. Leave it
unconnected.
(Note 2) PD25/PD27 cannot be turned ON immediately after it is turned OFF. Wait at least 2 seconds, and
then turn the power ON.
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (F110 cable, F170 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (DCIN connector, CF01 connector)"
(2) Specifications of PD25/PD27 power supply
Refer to the section "6.2.2 When Using PD25/PD27 Power Supply Unit" for details on PD25/PD27.
CAUTION
Do not apply voltages to the connectors other than voltages indicated in this manual. Failure to observe this could
cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc.
Incorrect connections could cause the devices to damage. Connect the cable to the designated connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
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9. Connections of Display Unit
9.2 Connecting with Power Supply
9.2.3 FCU7-DA315-11 / FCU7-DA415-11 / FCU7-DA445-11 (Connections of PD25/PD27 power
supply unit)
(1) Connections of PD25/PD27 power supply
Display unit
(Rear view)
G170 cable
ON/OFF
LGON
ON
OFF
LGOFF
Faston terminal#110
for ON/OFF switch
PD25/PD27
power supply unit
DCIN
CF01
MC
CF24
NFB
ACIN
R
S
T
CF24
X
FG
1
G171 cable
2
3
4
ON/OFF SW
5
ON/OFF
CF01
FAN ALARM
POWER
F110 cable
DCIN
DCOUT
Y
(Note) PD25/PD27 cannot be turned ON immediately after it is turned OFF. Wait at least 2 seconds, and
then turn the power ON.
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (F110 cable, G170 cable, G171 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (DCIN connector, CF01 connector, CF24 connector,
ON/OFF connector)"
(2) Specifications of PD25/PD27 power supply
Refer to the section "6.2.2 When Using PD25/PD27 Power Supply Unit" for details on PD25/PD27.
CAUTION
Do not apply voltages to the connectors other than voltages indicated in this manual. Failure to observe this could
cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc.
Incorrect connections could cause the devices to damage. Connect the cable to the designated connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
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9. Connections of Display Unit
9.3. Connecting with Operation Panel I/O Unit
9.3 Connecting with Operation Panel I/O Unit
Refer to the section "7.3 Connecting with Display Unit".
9.4 Connecting with Keyboard Unit
Connect keyboard unit to the connector USB1.
G290 cable (0.7m) comes with the keyboard unit.
Display unit
(Rear view)
Keyboard unit
(Rear view)
USB
USB1
USB
G290 cable
USB1
Ferrite
(Note) Do not use commercially available USB cable. Failure to observe could result in malfunction.
<Related items>
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (USB connector)"
CAUTION
Do not apply voltages to the connectors other than voltages indicated in this manual. Failure to observe this could
cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc.
Incorrect connections could cause the devices to damage. Connect the cable to the designated connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
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9. Connections of Display Unit
9.5 Connecting with Front IC Card I/F Unit
9.5 Connecting with Front IC Card I/F Unit
Connect front IC card I/F unit to the connector FRONTOUT.
G291 cable comes with the front IC card I/F unit.
Front IC card
I/F unit
(Rear view)
Display unit
(Rear view)
FRONT
OUT
CN1
G291 cable
CN1
FRONTOUT
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (G291 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (FRONTOUT)"
CAUTION
Do not apply voltages to the connectors other than voltages indicated in this manual. Failure to observe this could
cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc.
Incorrect connections could cause the devices to damage. Connect the cable to the designated connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
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9. Connections of Display Unit
9.6 Connecting with Hard Disk Unit: FCU7-DA315-11 / FCU7-DA415-11 / FCU7-DA445-11
9.6 Connecting with Hard Disk Unit: FCU7-DA315-11 / FCU7-DA415-11 / FCU7-DA445-11
Connect hard disk unit to the connector HDD.
F140 cable comes with the hard disk unit (FCU7-HD001-1).
Hard disk unit can be mounted on the back of the keyboard unit FCU7-KB04 .
Display unit
(Rear view)
Keyboard unit
(Rear view)
HDD
Red
mark
F140 cable
Hard disk unit
(Note 1) When mounting the hard disk unit, face the cable lead-out side straight up and mount within ±15°.
(Refer to the section "5.5.1 FCU7-HD001".)
(Note 2) Do not turn the power OFF during access to the hard disk. Failure to observe this could cause the
units to malfunction. In case of emergency, always perform backups by having your important data
duplicated, etc. as MITSUBISHI will not guarantee the broken or lost data. Be sure to inform this
matter to the end users.
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (F140 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (HDD connector)"
CAUTION
Do not apply voltages to the connectors other than voltages indicated in this manual. Failure to observe this could
cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc.
Incorrect connections could cause the devices to damage. Connect the cable to the designated connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
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9. Connections of Display Unit
9.7 Connecting with Floppy Disk Unit: FCU7-DA315-11 / FCU7-DA415-11 / FCU7-DA445-11
9.7 Connecting with Floppy Disk Unit: FCU7-DA315-11 / FCU7-DA415-11 /
FCU7-DA445-11
(1) Connections of floppy disk unit
Connect floppy disk unit to the display unit connector FDD.
F130 cable comes with the floppy disk unit (FCU7-FD221-1).
Display unit
(Rear view)
Floppy disk unit
FRONT
OUT
FDD
F01
F130 cable
FDD
F02
<Related items>
Cable drawing: "Appendix 2 (F130 cable)"
Connector pin assignment: "Appendix 3 (FDD connector)"
When connecting F130 cable with the floppy disk unit, arrange so that the PCB side is the bottom and the
connector incorrect insertion prevention key is placed facing upward.
Floppy disk unit (Back side)
Power
F130 cable
Signal
Incorrect insertion
prevention key
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PCB side
9. Connections of Display Unit
9.7 Connecting with Floppy Disk Unit: FCU7-DA315-11 / FCU7-DA415-11 / FCU7-DA445-11
(2) Floppy disk unit mounting conditions
Mount the floppy disk unit within ±25° in respect to the perpendicular or horizontal position.
The unit cannot be used when the disk slot is tilted (other than perpendicular/horizontal position). (±0°)
FDD unit
Front
disk
Within 25°
Within 25°
(Note 1) Only the mode 2 (720k/1.44M bytes) is available for MITSUBISHI floppy disk drive.
(Note 2) MITSUBISHI will not provide performance guarantee and maintenance for commercially available
floppy disk drives. Commercially available devices may not be compatible with MITSUBISHI units or
suitable for FA environment for temperature- or noise-wise. In the case of using it, careful
performance check must be required by the machine tool builder.
(Note 3) Do not pull out the floppy disk or turn OFF the power during access to the floppy disk. Failure to
observe this could cause the memory contents to be erased. In case of emergency, always perform
backups by having your important data duplicated, etc. as MITSUBISHI will not guarantee the
broken or lost data. Be sure to inform this matter to the end users.
CAUTION
Do not apply voltages to the connectors other than voltages indicated in this manual. Failure to observe this could
cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc.
Incorrect connections could cause the devices to damage. Connect the cable to the designated connector.
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between each unit while the power is ON.
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10. Basic Wiring for Servo Drive Unit
10.1 Basic Wiring for MDS-D/DH Series
10. Basic Wiring for Servo Drive Unit
10.1 Basic Wiring for MDS-D/DH Series
The basic wiring for the MDS-D/DH Series is shown below.
Mitsubishi CNC
OPT1,2
Power supply unit
Servo drive unit
Spindle drive unit
Optical communication cable
CN1A
CN1B
Optical communication cable
CN4
CN4
CN3
CN1A
CN1B
CN4
CN3L
CN9
CN3M
CN20
CN2L
SH21
cable
External emergency
stop input
CN9
CN9
Machine side
detector
EMG1
CN23A
24VDC
EMG2
CN2M
CN2
AC
reactor
No-fuse
breaker
Contactor
L1
S
L2
T
L3
Ground
Breaker
MC
MU
U
R
MC1
MC2
TE1
MV
Spindle
motor
MW
PLG
TE1
L+
L+
TE2
LCN23B
L-
L11
L21
V
W
TE1
L11
TE3
Machine side
detector
L+
TE2
TE2
L-
L11
TE3
L21
L21
Servo
motor
Motor side
detector
LU
Servo
motor
Motor side
detector
LV
TE3
LW
: Main circuit
: Control circuit
Ground
Ground
Ground
(Note 1) The total length of the optical communication cable from the NC must be within 30m and the
minimum-bending radius within 80mm.
(Note 2) The connection method will differ according to the used motor.
(Note 3) Battery for the detector back up is built-in the drive unit. (An external battery is available as an
option.)
(Note 4) The main circuit ( ) and control circuit ({) are safely separated.
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10. Basic Wiring for Servo Drive Unit
10.2 Basic Wiring for MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 Series
10.2 Basic Wiring for MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 Series
The basic wiring for the MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 Series is shown below.
Mitsubishi
CNC
Servo drive unit
Spindle drive unit
Optical communication cable
OPT1,2
CN1A
CN1B
Optical communication
cable
CN3
CN3
Machine side
detector
CN9
Regenerative
resistor unit
P
P
CNP2
CNP2
C
C
CN2
Contactor
R
Spindle side
detector
CN9
Regenerative
resistor unit
Breaker
CN1B
CN1A
CN2
U
L1
CNP3 V
S
L2 CNP1
T
L3
W
U
Servo
motor
Motor side
detector
L1
CNP3 V
L2 CNP1
Spindle
motor
W
PLG
L3
Breaker
L11
L11
CNP2
CNP2
L21
Breaker
L21
Ground
Contactor
Ground
R
S
T
: Main circuit
Breaker
: Control circuit
(Note 1) The total length of the optical communication cable from the NC must be within 30m and the
minimum-bending radius within 80mm.
(Note 2) The connection method will differ according to the used motor.
(Note 3) Battery for the detector back up is built-in the drive unit. (An external battery is available as an
option.)
(Note 4) The main circuit ( ) and control circuit ({) are safely separated.
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11. Turning the Power ON/OFF
11. Turning the Power ON/OFF
To turn the power ON:
turn ON the switch connected to the display unit.
To turn the power OFF:
turn OFF the switch connected to the display unit.
→ Power source of the display and control units is turned OFF after the display unit is shutdown.
(1) When the control unit and the display unit share a power supply
Display unit
(a)
ON
NFB
G170
OFF
ON/OFF
PD27
NFB
G171
CF24
ON/OFF
ACIN
(b)
(c)
DCIN
DCOUT
PD27 is needed to use one power
supply unit for both the control unit
and display unit.
24V
(a’)
G013
OFF
CF01
(b’)
DCIN
Control unit
(a) The switch is turned OFF
(b) A signal is input from the OFF switch through the G170 cable, which starts a shutdown process.
After the completion of the shutdown process, the OFF signal is sent to PD27 through G171 cable.
(c) PD27 stops outputting the voltage.
Both display and control units are turned OFF.
(a)’To stop the NC operations at the same time of switching OFF the display unit (in order to keep the
axis position during the shutdown process, for example), send the same OFF signal to the control unit
using the switch of 2a contact.
(b)’The OFF switch inputs a signal to CF01, which starts a NC termination process.
(including a termination notification to the servo drive unit)
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11. Turning the Power ON/OFF
(2) When the control unit and the display unit use each different power supply
Display unit
(a)
ON
NFB
OFF
G170
ON/OFF
PD25
NFB
G171
CF24
ON/OFF
(b)
(c)
ACIN
DCIN
DCOUT
RA
24Vdc
Power Supply
G013
RA
CF01
ACIN
(a’)
DCIN
DCOUT
Control unit
(a) The switch is turned OFF
(b) A signal is input from the OFF switch through the G170 cable, which starts a shutdown process.
After the completion of the shutdown process, the OFF signal is sent to PD25 through G171 cable.
(c) PD25 stops outputting the voltage.
Relays operate to turn OFF the other power source. Both display and control units are turned OFF.
(a)’ To stop the NC operations at the same time of switching OFF the display unit (in order to keep the axis
position during the shutdown process, for example), the control unit also needs to be turned OFF.
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Appendix 1. EMC Installation Guidelines
1.1 Introduction
Appendix 1. EMC Installation Guidelines
Refer to the "EMC Installation Guidelines BNP-B8582-45" for details related to the drive section
(servo/spindle drive unit).
1.1 Introduction
EMC Directives became mandatory as of January 1, 1996. The subject products must have a CE mark
attached indicating that the product complies with the Directives.
As the NC unit is a component designed to control machine tools, it is believed that it is not a direct EMC
Directives subject. However, we would like to introduce the following measure plans to back up EMC
Directives compliance of the machine tool as the NC unit is a major component of the machine tools.
(1) Methods of installation in control/operation panel
(2) Methods of wiring cables to outside of panel
(3) Introduction of members for measures
Mitsubishi is carrying out tests to confirm the compliance to the EMC Directives under the environment
described in this manual. However, the level of the noise will differ according to the equipment type and
layout, control panel structure and wiring lead-in, etc. Thus, we ask that the final noise level be confirmed by
the machine manufacturer.
1.2 EMC Directives
The EMC Directives largely regulate the following two items.
• Emission
Capacity to prevent output of obstructive noise that adversely affects external devices.
• Immunity
Capacity to not malfunction due to obstructive noise from external source.
The details of each level are classified in the table below.
It is assumed that the Standards and test details required for a machine tool are the same as these.
Class
Name
Details
EN Standards
Emission
Radiated noise
Restriction of electromagnetic noise radiated through
the air
Conductive
noise
Restriction of electromagnetic noise discharged from
power supply line
Static electricity
electrical
discharge
Radiation
immunity
(Example) Regulation of withstand level of static
electricity electrical discharge
accumulated in human body
(Example) Simulation of immunity from digital
wireless telephones
(Example) Regulation of withstand level of noise
from relay or plug and play
(Example) Regulation of withstand level of noise
flowed from power supply wires, etc.
EN61000-6-4
(General
industrial
machine)
EN61800-3
(Motor
control unit)
EN55011
(CLASS: A)
Immunity
Burst immunity
Conductive
immunity
Power supply
frequency
magnetic field
Power supply
dip (fluctuation)
Surge
(Example) Regulation of electromagnetic noise of
50/60Hz power supply frequency
EN61000-4-2
EN61000-4-3
EN61000-6-2
(General
industrial
machine)
EN61800-3
(Motor
control unit)
EN61000-4-4
EN61000-4-6
EN61000-4-8
(Example) Regulation of power voltage drop
withstand level
EN61000-4-11
(Example) Regulation of withstand level of noise
caused by lightning
EN61000-4-5
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1.3 EMC Measures
1.3 EMC Measures
The main items relating to EMC measures include the following.
(1) Store the device in a sealed metal panel.
(2) Ground all conductors that are floating electrically. Decrease the impedance.
(3) Increase the distance between the drive line and signal wire.
(4) Shield the cables wired outside of the panel.
(5) Install a noise filter.
Take care to the following items to suppress the noise radiated outside of the panel.
(1) Accurately ground the devices.
(2) Use shielded cables.
(3) Increase the electrical seal of the panel. Reduce the gaps and holes.
1.4 Panel Structure
The design of the panel is a very important factor for the EMC measures, so take the following measures into
consideration.
1.4.1 Measures for Control Panel Body
(1) Use metal for all members configuring the panel.
(2) When joining the metal plate, treat the welded or contacting sections so that the impedance is reduced,
and then fix with screws.
Joining clearance: Approx. 20cm
Painting mask
(3) Note that if the plate warps due to the screw fixing, etc. By creating a clearance, noise could leak from
that place.
(4) Plate (nickel tin) the metal plate surface at the grounding plate, and connect the connections with a low
impedance.
(5) If there is a large opening, such as ventilation holes, make sure to close the hole.
Control panel
Mesh cover
(conductive sponge)
Opening
(Note 1) Using screws to fix the plates that have been painted is the same as an insulated state. Peel the
paint and fix the screws.
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1.4 Panel Structure
1.4.2 Measures for Door
(1) Use metal for all materials configuring the panel.
(2) When joining the door, use a gasket to lower the impedance of the contacting sections, or use a structure
with a large contact area as shown below.
(3) The EMI gasket or conductive packing must contact the metal surface uniformly and at the correct
position.
(a) Use of gasket
(b) Large contact area
Control panel
Door
Door
Contact area
Control
panel
Cross-section drawing
EMI gasket
(Note 1) When not using a gasket, ground the control panel grounding with a grounding wire to lower the
door's impedance.
(Note 2) Using screws to fix the plates that have been painted (attachment of packing) is the same as an
insulated state. Peel the paint and fix the screws.
1.4.3 Measures for Power Supply
(1) Shield the power supply section and insert a filter to prevent the noise from flowing in or out.
Selection of the noise filter capacity will differ according to the drive unit and devices being used.
Refer to the "EMC Installation Guidelines" (BNP-B8582-45).
Device
Device
Radiated noise
Flow out
Radiated
noise
Conductive
noise
NF
Noise
filter
AC input
Conductive
noise
Partition NF
plate
AC input
Noise
filter
(Note 1) The conductive noise can be suppressed by inserting a noise filter, but the radiated noise will flow
out.
(Note 2) The conductive and radiated noise can both be suppressed by adding a partition plate to the noise
filter.
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1.5 Measures for Wiring in Panel
1.5 Measures for Wiring in Panel
Cables act as antennas to propagate unnecessary noise, and thus must be appropriately shielded and
treated. The following measures must be sufficiently considered for the cables (SH21/G013/F012/FCUAR211) that carry out high-speed communication.
1.5.1 Precautions for Wiring in Panel
(1) If the cables are led unnecessary in the panel, they will pick up noise. Pay attention to the device layout
and wire length so that the wiring length is as short as possible.
Device Device
Device
Device Device Device
Noise
(2) Always connect the grounding wire to the FG terminal indicated on the device.
(3) Keep the distance between the drive line and detector cable to the drive section motor as far apart as
possible when wiring.
(4) Do not lead the power supply wire around the panel without using a filter.
Device
Radiated
noise
Conductive
noise
Partition
NF
plate
Flow out
AC input
Noise
filter
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1.5 Measures for Wiring in Panel
1.5.2 Shield Treatment of Cables
Use shielded cables for the cables wired outside the panel.
Use a shield clamp within 10cm of the lead-out port from the panel. (Refer to "Appendix 1.6.1 Shield clamp
fitting".)
(1) DC power supply cable [F110/F070 cable]
• Use a shield clamp within
Shield clamp
Control panel
Operation panel
Display unit
PD25/PD27
F110 cable
Operation
panel I/O unit
General-purpose
stabilized power supply
F070 cable
10cm from the panel's
inlet/outlet.
• Install a ferrite core on both
ends of the connected units.
• Always install a ferrite core
on the general-purpose
stabilized power supply.
(Refer to "Appendix 1.6.2
Ferrite core".)
The ferrite core may not be
required depending on the
selected power supply.
Ferrite core
(2) Remote I/O cable [FCUA-R211 cable]
• Use a shield clamp within
Shield clamp
Control panel
Control panel
Control unit
Remote I/O unit
10cm from the panel's
inlet/outlet.
• Install a ferrite core on both
ends of the connected units.
FCUA-R211 cable
Ferrite core
(3) Servo communication cable [SH21 cable]
• Use a shield clamp within
Shield clamp
Control panel
Control panel
Control unit
Drive section unit
SH21B cable
Ferrite core
160
10cm from the panel's
inlet/outlet.
• Install a ferrite core on both
ends of the connected units.
Appendix 1. EMC Installation Guidelines
1.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts
1.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts
1.6.1 Shield Clamp Fitting
The effect can be improved by directly connecting the cable's shield sheath to the grounding plate as shown
below.
Install the grounding plate near the outlet (within 10cm) of each panel, and press against the grounding plate
with the clamp fitting. If the cables are thin, several can be bundled and clamped together.
To provide sufficient frame ground, install the grounding plate directly on the cabinet or connect with a
grounding wire.
Peel off the cable sheath at the
clamp section.
Cable
Grounding
plate
Cable
40
Clamp fitting
(Fitting A,B)
Shield
sheath
Clamp section drawing
1.6.2 Ferrite Core
The ferrite core is mounted integrally with the plastic case.
This can be installed with one touch without cutting the interface cable or power supply cable.
This ferrite core is effective against common mode noise, allowing measures against noise without affecting
the quality of the signal.
Shape and dimensions
ZCAT type
ZCAT-A, ZCAT-AP type
ZCAT-D type
ZCAT-C type
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ZCAT-B type
Appendix 1. EMC Installation Guidelines
1.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts
Recommended ferrite core: TDK ZCAT Series
Unit : mm
Part Name
A
B
ZCAT1518-0730-M(-BK)*1
ZCAT1518-0730(BK)*2
ZCAT2017-0930-M(-BK)
ZCAT2032-0930-M(-BK)*1
ZCAT2032-0930(-BK)*2
ZCAT2132-1130-M(-BK)*1
ZCAT2132-1130(-BK)*2
ZCAT3035-1330-M(-BK)*1
ZCAT3035-1330(-BK)*2
ZCAT1525-0430AP-M(-BK)
ZCAT1325-0530A-M(-BK)*1
ZCAT1325-0530A(-BK)
ZCAT1730-0730A-M(-BK)
ZCAT2035-0930A-M(-BK)*1
ZCAT2035-0930A(-BK)
ZCAT2235-1030A-M(-BK)
ZCAT2436-1330A-M(-BK)
ZCAT2017-0930B-M(-BK)
ZCAT2749-0430C-M(-BK)
ZCAT4625-3430D(-BK)
ZCAT4625-3430DT(-BK)*3
ZCAT6819-5230D(-BK)
ZCAT6819-5230DT(-BK)*3
22±1
22±1
21±1
36±1
36±1
36±1
36±1
39±1
39±1
25±1
25±1
25±1
30±1
35±1
35±1
35±1
36±1
21±1
49±1
45.5±1
45.5±1
67.5±1
67.5±1
18±1
18±1
17±1
32±1
32±1
32±1
32±1
34±1
34±1
20±1
20±1
20±1
23±1
28±1
28±1
28±1
29±1
17±1
27±1
24.5±1
24.5±1
18.5±1
18.5±1
øC
7±1
7±1
9±1
9±1
9±1
11±1
11±1
13±1
13±1
4±1
5±1
5±1
7±1
9±1
9±1
10±1
13±1
9±1
4.5±1
34±1
34±1
52±1
52±1
øD
E
15±1
15±1
20±1
19.5±1
19.5±1
20.5±1
20.5±1
30±1
30±1
15±1 11.5±1
12.8±1 11.2±1
12.8±1 11.2±1
16.5±1
15±1
19.5±1 17.4±1
19.5±1 17.4±1
21.5±1
20±1
23.5±1
22±1
20±1 28.5±1
19.5±1
12±1
13±1
16±1
17±1
-
Applicable cable
outer diameter
7max.
7max.
9max.
9max.
9max.
11max.
11max.
13max.
13max.
2.5 to 4 (USB)
3 to 5 (USB)
3 to 5 (USB)
4 to 7 (USB)
6 to 9
6 to 9
8 to 10
10 to 13
9max.
4.5max.
26 For core flat cable
26 For core flat cable
40 For core flat cable
40 For core flat cable
*1 The M stamp is attached.
*2 A fixing band is attached at shipment.
*3 The core is fixed with double-sided tape. (The tape is enclosed with the part.)
§ ZCAT-B type : Cabinet fixing type installation hole ø4.8 to 4.9mm, plate thickness 0.5 to 2mm
§ ZCAT-AP, ZCAT-C type: Structure that prevents easy opening after case is closed.
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Mass (g)
6
6
11
22
22
22
22
63
63
7
7
7
12
22
22
27
29
12
26
32
32
58
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1.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts
1.6.3 Surge Absorber
Make sure that the surge does not directly enter the AC line of the general-purpose stabilized power supply
(user-prepared) supplying power to the control unit and DIO. Select the following product or equivalent for the
surge absorber.
Refer to the manufacturer catalog for detailed characteristics, outline and connection methods of the surge
absorber.
(1) Part name
: RAV-781BYZ-2
Manufacturer : OKAYA ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES
Circuit voltage
50/60Hz Vrms
Max. tolerable
circuit voltage
Clamp
voltage
V±10%
Surge
withstand level
8/20μs
250V 3φ
300V
783V
2500A
O utline drawing
Surge electrical
discharge start
voltage
1.2/50μs
20kV
Static
capacity
Working
temperature
range
75pF
-20 ~ +70°C
Static
capacity
Working
temperature
range
75pF
-20 ~ +70°C
Circ uit drawing
(a) Black (b) Black (c) Black
UL -1 015 A W G1 6
41
1
Un it: mm
(2) Part name
: RAV-781BXZ-4
Manufacturer : OKAYA ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES
Circuit voltage
50/60Hz Vrms
Max. tolerable
circuit voltage
Clamp
voltage
V±10%
Surge
withstand level
8/20μs
250V 3φ
300V
700V
2500A
Outline drawing
Circuit drawing
(a) Black
Surge electrical
discharge start
voltage
1.2/50μs
2kV
(b) Black
(c) Black
Green
UL-1015 AWG1 6
41
1
Unit: mm
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1.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts
Example of surge absorber installation
Circuit breaker
Transformer
NC control
section
Other devices
(panel power
supply, etc.)
From
power supply
Panel
leakage
breaker
Control panel
(relay panel,
etc.)
Circuit
breaker
MC
Reactor
200VAC
/230VAC
input
NC drive
section
A
B
Other devices
(panel power
supply, etc.)
Circuit protector
Surge absorber (a)
Surge absorber (b)
C
Ground
Grounding plate
Example of surge absorber installation
Precautions
(1) Use a thick wire that is as short as possible to increase the lightning surge absorbing effect as shown
with the bold lines in the installation example above.
Wire material : Diameter 2mm2 or more
Wire length
Length of wire connected to surge absorber (a) : A is 2m or less
Length of wire connected to surge absorber (b) : B is 2m or less
Length of wire connected to surge absorber (b) : C is 2m or less
(2) When carrying out the insulation withstand voltage test on the power supply line, the surge absorber will
activate by the applied voltage, so always remove surge absorber (b).
(3) If a surge exceeding the tolerance is applied on the surge absorber, a short-circuit fault will occur. Thus,
always insert a circuit protector to protect the power supply line.
Normally, current is not passed to the surge absorber (a) and (b), so the circuit protector can be used for
the other devices.
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1.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts
1.6.4 Selection of Stabilized Power Supply
Consider the following characteristics when selecting the stabilized power supply (prepared by machine
manufacturer).
Use a power supply that complies with CE Marking or that follows the safety standards given below.
Stabilized power supply selection items
Standard
Remarks
setting
Voltage fluctuation
±5%
±5% or less of 24VDC output
Output Ripple noise
120mV (max.)
Spike noise
500mV (max.)
Refer to the maximum current consumption of the unit in use
Output current
and calculate.
Output holding time
20ms (min.) Instantaneous power failure time (AC side)
Item
Standards
Safety Standards
: UL1950, CSA C22.2 No. 234 approved, IEC950 compliant
Noise Terminal Voltage
: FCC Class A, VCCI-Class A
High Harmonics Current Restrictions : IEC61000-3-2
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Appendix 2. Cable
Appendix 2. Cable
List of cable type
G013
I/O interface
Max.
length
20m
G014
I/O interface
20m
1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15
G015
I/O interface
20m
1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15
F020
50m
0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 20
50m
1, 2
50m
1, 2
20m
2
20m
2
20m
2
FCUA-R030
Manual pulse generator:
1ch
Manual pulse generator:
2ch
Manual pulse generator:
3ch
Manual pulse generator:
1ch
Manual pulse generator:
2ch
Manual pulse generator:
3ch
Manual pulse generator:
1ch
Manual pulse generator:
2ch
Skip input
FCUA-R031
Analog input/output
G031
RS-232C : 1ch
G032
Cable type
F021
F022
G020
G021
G022
G023
Application
Standard cable length
(m)
1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20
Remarks
Connect between control unit and
operation panel I/O unit.
Connect between control unit and
operation panel I/O unit.
(Unit - Panel)
Connect between control unit and
operation panel I/O unit (Unit Panel)
Connect to operation panel I/O
unit.
12V power supply type can be
used.
Connect to operation panel I/O
unit.
5V power supply type can be
used.
20m (*)
1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 10, 15, 20
20m (*)
1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 10, 15, 20
Connect to control unit.
5V power supply type can be
used.
20m
3, 7
Connect to control unit.
20m
3, 7
Connect to remote I/O unit.
15m (*)
0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15
Connect to display unit.
RS-232C : 2ch
15m (*)
0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15
Connect to display unit.
F034
RS-232C: 1ch
15m (*)
0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15
Connect to control unit.
F035
RS-232C: 2ch
15m (*)
0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15
Connect to control unit.
FCUA-R041
20m
3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20
20m
3
Connect to remote I/O unit.
12V power supply type can be
used.
FCUA-R050
Manual pulse generator:
1ch
Manual pulse generator:
2ch
Encoder input
50m
5
Straight type connector
FCUA-R054
Encoder input
50m
3, 5, 10, 15, 20
Right angle type connector
F070
24VDC input
30m
0.5, 1.5, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20
F110
24VDC input,
power OFF detection
Emergency stop
15m
0.5, 1.5, 3, 5, 8, 10, 15
30m
0.5, 1.5, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20
G024
FCUA-R042
F120
G123
F130
Emergency stop
terminator
FDD
F140
HDD
-
-
1m
1
0.5m
0.5
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Standard: 0.5m
Appendix 2. Cable
G170
ON/OFF switch
Max.
length
15m
G171
ON/OFF switch
15m
Standard cable length
(m)
0.35, 0.5, 1, 1.5, 2, 3, 5, 10,
15
0.5, 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15
F170
FCUA-R211
ON/OFF switch
Remote I/O
15m
30m (*)
0.3, 1, 2, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20, 30
G290
USB cable
G291
Front IC card I/F
0.1m
0.1m
G300
LAN cross cable
10m
1, 3, 5, 7, 10
G301
LAN straight cable
1m
1
R300
DI/DO
50m
3
R301
G310
G380
50m
15m
20m
1, 2, 3, 5
0.1
5, 10, 13, 15, 20
10m
1, 2, 3, 5, 10
10m
0.3, 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 10
G430
DI/DO
NC reset
Optical servo
communication
Optical servo
communication
Optical servo
communication
Handy terminal
10m
3, 5, 10
SH21
Servo communication
30m
0.2, 0.3, 0.5, 1, 3, 5, 10, 15
SH41
Remote I/O
E-TM
OPI connector
terminator
Remote I/O interface
terminator
Cable type
G395
G396
R-TM
Application
1m
1m (*)
0.7
0.3, 0.5, 0.7
-
-
-
-
Remarks
Connect between ON/OFF switch
and display unit.
Connect between display unit and
PD25/PD27 power supply unit.
For PD25
Connect to remote I/O unit.
With FG terminal
Standard: 0.7m, enclosed with
keyboard unit.
Connect between display unit and
front IC card I/F unit.
Connect between display
unit and control unit.
Shielded cable should be used
when 1m or longer.
Connect between display unit and
operation panel I/O unit.
Shielded cable should be used
when 1m or longer.
Single-side connector not
available
Double-side connector available
Standard: 0.1m
PCF type with outer sheath, for
panel external wiring
POF type with outer sheath, for
panel external wiring
POF type without outer sheath, for
panel internal wiring
Use for connecting a handy
terminal.
(Install on panel)
Connect to peripheral servo drive
unit.
Use for bridging units in same
panel.
Use FCUA-R211 for lengths
longer than 1m.
(Note 1) Lengths indicated with an asterisk (*) in the Max. length column indicate the maximum cable length
when connecting from the control unit via other unit.
(Note 2) Symbols for writing cable drawings
(1)
indicates twisted pair.
(2)
indicates the shield sheath.
indicates shield clamping to the grounding plate.
(3)
(4) In the cable drawings, the partner of the twisted pair cable is given a priority, so the pin No. of
the connectors at both ends are not necessary in number of order.
(5) Equivalent parts can be used for the connector, contact and wire material.
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Appendix 2. Cable
2.1 G014 Cable
2.1 G014 Cable
Cable type: G014 cable
Application: I/O interface
Connector name: OPIEXT
Connector name: OPI
Control unit
(Operation panel I/O unit)
Operation panel I/O unit
(Control unit)
OPIEXT
Pug: CDB-25S
Contact : CD-SC-221 x 14
Shell
: HDB-CTF
Recommended manufacturer:
Hirose Electric
FG
Crimp terminal: V1.25-4
Recommended manufacturer: JST
Wire material:
UL1061-2464 AWG18 (Green)
Recommended
manufacturer: Oki Electric
0V
0V
1
2
1
11
0V
0V
CMTT
CMTR
5
6
3
13
CMTT
CMTR
0V
0V
9
10
5
15
0V
0V
LANTD
LANTD*
11
12
6
16
LANTD
LANTD*
LANRD
LANRD*
14
15
7
17
LANRD
LANRD*
TXRX3
TXRX3*
18
19
9
19
TXRX3
TXRX3*
EMG
EMG*
20
21
10
20
EMG
EMG*
FG
Wire material: TKVVBS AWG24 x 7P
Recommended manufacturer:
Tachii Electric Cable
FG
OPI
Plug : 10120-3000VL
Shell
: 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer: 3M
(Note) Fold the cable shield over
the sheath, and w rap
copper foil tape over it.
Connect the w ound copper
foil tape to the connector's
GND plate.
2.2 G015 Cable
Cable type: G015 cable
Application: I/O interface
Connector name: OPI
Connector name: OPIEX
Operation panel I/O unit
(Control unit)
Control unit
(Operation panel I/O unit)
OPI
Plug
: 10120-3000VL
Shell : 10320-52F0-008
Recommended
manufacturer: 3M
(Note) Fold the cable shield over
the sheath, and wrap
copper foil tape over it.
Connect the wound copper
foil tape to the connector's
GND plate.
0V
0V
1
11
1
2
0V
0V
CMTT
CMTR
3
13
5
6
CMTT
CMTR
0V
0V
5
15
9
10
0V
0V
LANTD
LANTD*
6
16
11
12
LANTD
LANTD*
LANRD
LANRD*
7
17
14
15
LANRD
LANRD*
TXRX3
TXRX3*
9
19
18
19
TXRX3
TXRX3*
EMG
EMG*
10
20
20
21
EMG
EMG*
FG
FG
Wire material: TKVVBS AWG24 x 7P
Recommended manufacturer: Tachii Densen
168
OPIEXT
Plug : CDB-25P
Contact: CD-PC-221 x 14
Recommended manufacturer:
Hirose Electric
FG
Crimp terminal: V1.25-4
Recommended
manufacturer : JST
Wire material:
UL1061-2464 AWG18 (Green)
Recommended manufacturer:
Oki Electric Cable
Appendix 2. Cable
2.3 F020/F021/F022 Cable
2.3 F020/F021/F022 Cable
Cable type: F020/021/022 cable
Cable name
1ch
2ch
Application: Manual pulse generator (12V power supply type)
3ch
F020 cable
F021 cable
Connector name
: MPG
F022 cable
Precautions
The circles indicate the used channel.
MPG
Connector : CDA-15P
Contact:
: CD-PC-111x12
Case
: HDA-CTH
Recommended manufacturer:
Hirose Electric
(Note) Fold the cable shield over the sheath,
and wrap copper foil tape over it.
Connect the wound copper foil tape to
the connector's GND plate.
MPG
1HA
1HB
1
2
+12V
0V
10
9
2HA
2HB
3
4
+12V
0V
12
11
3HA
3HB
5
6
+12V
0V
14
13
FG
169
1ch
2ch
Crimp terminal
: V1.25-3x12
Recommended
manufacturer
: JST
3ch
: B-22(19)U x 2SJ-1 x 9
Wire material
Recommended manufacturer : Sumitomo Electric Industries
Appendix 2. Cable
2.4 G020/G021/G022 Cable
2.4 G020/G021/G022 Cable
Cable type: G020/G021/G022 cable
Cable name
1ch
2ch
Application: Manual pulse generator (5V power supply type)
3ch
G020 cable
G021 cable
Connector name
: MPG
G022 cable
Precautions
The circles indicate the used channel.
MPG
MPG
Connector : CDA-15P
Contact
: CD-PC-111x11
Case
: HDA-CTH
Recommended manufacturer:
Hirose Electric
(Note) Fold the cable shield over the sheath,
and wrap copper foil tape over it.
Connect the wound copper foil tape to
the connector's GND plate.
1HA
1HB
1
2
+5V
0V
7
9
2HA
2HB
3
4
+5V
0V
8
11
3HA
3HB
5
6
0V
13
FG
1ch
Crimp terminal
:V1.25-3x12
Recommended
2ch
manufacturer
:JST
3ch
: B-22(19)U x 2SJ-1 x 9
Wire material
Recommended manufacturer : Sumitomo Electric Industries
2.5 G023/G024 Cable
Cable type: G023/G024 cable
Application: Manual pulse generator (5V power supply type)
ENC
ENC
Control unit
(Connect to ENC
connector)
8
1HA
1HB
18
5VDC
10
GND
2HA
5
2HB
5VDC
GND
ENC
Connector : 10120-3000VE
Case : 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
1ch
7
17
2ch
20
15
FG
Wire material:UL1061-2464 AWG24 x 6P
Recommended manufacturer : Oki Electric Cable
Crimp terminal:V1.25-3 x 8
Recommended manufacturer:JST
Manual pulse generator cable channel
1
2
G023 cable
(Note) Fold the cable shield over the sheath, and wrap copper foil tape over it.
Connect the wound copper foil tape to the connector's GND plate.
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G024 cable
: Usable channel
Appendix 2. Cable
2.6 FCUA-R030 Cable
2.6 FCUA-R030 Cable
Cable type: FCUA-R030 cable
Application: Skip input
SKIP
SKIP
Control unit
GND
1
RG
GND
SKIP0
11
RG
SKIP0
SKIP1
12
3
SKIP2
SKIP3
2
SKIP1
13
SKIP2
SKIP3
GND
5
RG
GND
SKIP4
15
7
RG
SKIP4
SKIP5
17
SKIP5
SKIP6
SKIP7
8
SKIP6
SKIP7
SKIP
Connector : 10120-3000VE
Case : 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
18
Crimp terminal:V1.25-4 x 12
Recommended manufacturer:JST
FG
Wire material:UL1061-2464 AWG22 x 6P
Recommended manufacturer:Oki Electric Cable
(Note) Fold the cable shield over the sheath, and wrap copper foil tape over it.
Connect the wound copper foil tape to the connector's GND plate.
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Appendix 2. Cable
2.7 FCUA-R031 Cable
2.7 FCUA-R031 Cable
Cable type: FCUA-R031 cable
Application: Analog input/output
AIO
AIO
Control unit
(FCUA-DX14□)
AI0
GND
2
1
AI1
GND
AI2
GND
12
11
3
5
AI3
GND
13
15
AO
GND
7
ENC
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Case: 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer: 3M
Crimp terminal: V1.25-3 x 10
Recommended manufacturer: JST
FG
Wire material: UL1061-2464 AWG24 x 6P
Recommended manufacturer: Oki Electric Cable
(Note) Fold the cable shield over the sheath, and wrap copper foil tape over it. Connect the wound copper
foil tape to the connector's GND plate.
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Appendix 2. Cable
2.8 G031/G032 Cable
2.8 G031/G032 Cable
Cable type: G031/G032 cable
Cable name
G031 cable
G032 cable
1ch
2ch
{
{
{
Precautions
1. The circles indicate the used
channel.
2. The signal names shown in
parentheses are equivalent to the
generic names.
3. Connect to the serial
communication connector of the
display unit. Use F034/G035 cable
when connecting to the serial
communication connector of the
control unit.
[SIOPC]
Connector : 10120-3000VE
(10120-6000EL)
Case
: 10320-52F0-008
(10320-3210-000)
Recommended manufacturer: 3M
(Note) Fold the cable shield over the sheath,
and wrap copper foil tape over it.
Connect the wound copper foil tape to
the connector's GND plate.
Application: RS-232C for display unit
Connector name: SIOPC
Connector name
: 1ch
Connector name
: 2ch
[SIOPC]
1ch
SD1(TXD1)
RD1(RXD1)
12
2
2
3
RS1(RTS1)
CS1(CTS1)
13
3
4
5
ER1(DTR1)
DR1(DSR1)
14
6
20
6
CD1(DCD1)
RI1(RI1)
4
16
8
22
0V
1
7
SD2(TXD2)
RD2(RXD2)
17
7
2
3
RS2(RTS2)
CS2(CTS2)
18
8
4
5
ER2(DTR2)
DR2(DSR2)
19
10
20
6
CD2(DCD2)
RI2(RI2)
9
20
8
22
0V
11
7
2ch
[1ch]
Connector : CDB-25S
Contact
: CD-SC-111 x 9
Lock nut : HD-LNA x 2
Recommended
manufacturer:
Hirose Electric
[2ch]
Connector : CDB-25S
Contact
: CD-SC-111 x 9
Lock nut : HD-LNA x 2
Recommended
manufacturer:
Hirose Electric
Wire material
: UL1061-2464 AWG24 × 12P
Recommended manufacturer: Oki Electric Cable
FG
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Appendix 2. Cable
2.9 F034/F035 Cable
2.9 F034/F035 Cable
Cable type: F034/F035 cable
Cable name
G034 cable
G035 cable
1ch
2ch
{
{
{
Precautions
1. The circles indicate the used
channel.
2. The signal names shown in
parentheses are equivalent to the
generic names.
3. Connect to the serial
communication connector of the
control unit. Use G031/G032 cable
when connecting to the serial
communication connector of the
display unit.
[SIO]
Connector : 10120-3000VE
Case
: 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer: 3M
Application: RS-232C for control unit
Connector name: SIO
Connector name
: 1ch
Connector name
: 2ch
[SIO]
1ch
SD1(TXD1)
RD1(RXD1)
12
2
2
3
RS1(RTS1)
CS1(CTS1)
13
3
4
5
ER1(DTR1)
DR1(DSR1)
14
4
20
6
Reserved
Reserved
16
6
8
9
0V
1
7
SD2(TXD2)
RD2(RXD2)
17
7
2
3
RS2(RTS2)
CS2(CTS2)
18
8
4
5
ER2(DTR2)
DR2(DSR2)
19
9
20
6
Reserved
Reserved
20
10
8
9
0V
11
7
[1ch]
Connector : CDB-25S
Contact
: CD-SC-111x9
Lock nut : HD-LNAx2
Recommended
manufacturer: Hirose Electric
2ch
(Note) Fold the cable shield over the sheath,
and wrap copper foil tape over it.
Connect the wound copper foil tape to
the connector's GND plate.
[2ch]
Connector : CDB-25S
Contact
: CD-SC-111x9
Lock nut : HD-LNAx2
Recommended
manufacturer: Hirose Electric
Wire material
: UL1061-2464 AWG24 × 12P
Recommended manufacturer: Oki Electric Cable
FG
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Appendix 2. Cable
2.10 FCUA-R050/R054 Cable
2.10 FCUA-R050/R054 Cable
Cable type: FCUA-R050/R054 cable
Application: Encoder input
Connector name: ENG
Connector
: MS3106B20-29S
Cable clamp : MS3057-12A
Recommended manufacturer:
ITT Cannon
ENC1
Plug : 10120-3000VL
Shell : 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
Connector
: MS3108B20-29S
Cable clamp : MS3057-12A
Recommended manufacturer:
ITT Cannon
Twist
ENC1
ENC1A (ENC2A)
ENC1A*(ENC2A*)
ENC1B (ENC2B)
ENC1B*(ENC2B*)
ENC1Z (ENC2Z)
ENC1Z*(ENC2Z*)
GND
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
GND
11
+5V
10
+5V
20
A
N
C
R
B
P
K
H
FG
Wire material
: UL1061-2464 AWG24 × 12P
Recommended manufacturer: Oki Electric Cable
(Note) Fold the cable shield over the sheath, and wrap copper foil tape over it.
Connect the wound copper foil tape to the connector's GND plate.
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FCUA-R050
cable
FCUA-R054
cable
Appendix 2. Cable
2.11 F070 Cable
2.11 F070 Cable
Cable type: F070 cable
Application: 24VDC input
Y
DCIN
DCIN
24VDC
1
24VDC
0V
2
0V
FG
3
Wire material:B-18(19)U x 2SJ-1 x 9
Recommended manufacturer:
DCIN
Sumitomo Electric Industries
Connector :2-178288-3
Contact
:1-175218-5 x 3
Recommended manufacturer:Tyco Electronics AMP
Crimp terminal:V1.25-3 or V1.25-4 x 2
Recommended manufacturer:JST
2.12 F110 Cable
Cable type: F110 cable
Application: 24VDC input, power OFF detection
Connector name: DCIN
Connector name: DCOUT
Y
Connector name: CF01
DCOUT
+24V
1B
0V
2B
FG
3B
DCI N
AWG16
1
+24V
2
0V
3
FG
Connector : 2-178288-3
Contact : 1-175218-5 x 3
Recommended manufacturer :
Tyco Electronics AMP
CF01
ACFAIL
1A
0V
2A
AW G22
2
ACFAIL
1
0V
Connector : 51030-0230
Cotact
: 50084-8160 x 2
Recommended maker : MOLEX
Connector : 3-178127-6
Contact : 1-175218-5 (For AWG16) x 3
: 1-175217-5 (For AWG22) x 2
Recommended manufacturer:Tyco Electronics AMP
Wire material : UL2464 2 x 22AWG+2 x 16AWG SS-95138
Recommended manufacturer : DDK
176
Appendix 2. Cable
2.13 F120 Cable
2.13 F120 Cable
Cable type: F120 cable
Application: Emergency stop
Connector name : EMG
EMG
FG
EMG IN
COM
1
2
3
B22-9
Connector : 51030-0330
Contact : 50084-8160 x 3
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
EMG IN
COM
Crimp terminal : V1.25-3 x 2
Recommended manufacturer : JST
Wire material : B-22(19)U x 2SJ-1 x 9
Recommended manufacturer : Sumitomo Electric Industries
2.14 G123 Cable
Cable type: G123 cable
Application: Emergency stop terminator
Circuit display 1st pole
Connector name : EMG
EMG
EMG
GND
1
EMGIN
2
Connector : 51030-0330
+24V
Cotact : 50084-8160 x 2
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
G123
3
Wire material : B-22(19)U x 2SJ-1 x 9
Recommended manufacturer : Sumitomo Electric Industries
177
20mm
Appendix 2. Cable
2.15 F130 Cable
2.15 F130 Cable
Cable type: F130 cable
Application: FDD
Connector name : FD1
Connector name : FDD
Control unit
Floppy disk drive
Connector name : FD2
FDD
Connector : DHD-RB34-20AN
Recommeded manufacturer : DDK
Wire material : AWG28 x 20P
Recommended manufacturer :
Oki Electric Cable
FDD
FD1
1A
3A
4A
5A
6A
7A
8A
9A
10A
11A
12A
13A
14A
15A
16A
17A
1B
3B
4B
5B
6B
7B
8B
9B
10B
11B
12B
13B
14B
15B
16B
17B
17B
15B
14B
13B
12B
11B
10B
9B
8B
7B
6B
5B
4B
3B
2B
1B
17A
15A
14A
13A
12A
11A
10A
9A
8A
7A
6A
5A
4A
3A
2A
1A
FD2
1
2
3
4
2A
2B
178
FD1
Connector : 7934-6500SC
Strain relief : 3448-7934
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
FD2
Connector : 171822-4
Contact : 170204-1 x 2
Recommended manufacturer :
Tyco Electronics AMP
Appendix 2. Cable
2.16 F140 Cable
2.16 F140 Cable
Cable type: F140 cable
Application: HDD
Red wire
Connector nam e : HDD
Insert incorrect
insertion prevention pin
in 3A pin.
Hard disk
Control unit
Hard disk
Connector : 89361-150
Recom m ended m anufacturer :
BERG
1A
1B
2A
2B
3A
3B
4A
4B
5A
5B
6A
6B
7A
7B
8A
8B
9A
9B
10A
10B
11A
11B
12A
12B
13A
13B
14A
14B
15A
15B
16A
16B
17A
17B
18A
18B
19A
19B
20A
20B
21A
21B
22A
22B
23A
23B
24A
24B
25A
25B
HDD
1A
1B
2A
2B
3A
3B
4A
4B
5A
5B
6A
6B
7A
7B
8A
8B
9A
9B
10A
10B
11A
11B
12A
12B
13A
13B
14A
14B
15A
15B
16A
16B
17A
17B
18A
18B
19A
19B
20A
20B
21A
21B
22A
22B
W ire m ateral specification : UL2651 AW G28
179
HDD
Connector : FCN-727B044-G/LM-D
Recom m ended m anufacturer : FUJITSU
Appendix 2. Cable
2.17 G170 Cable
2.17 G170 Cable
Cable type: G170 cable
Application: ON/OFF switch
Connector name : ON/OFF
LGON
ON
OFF
LGOFF
ON/OFF
LGON
1
2
3
4
ON
[ON/OFF]
Connector : 51030-0430
Contact : 50084-8160 x 4
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
OFF
LGOFF
Faston terminal #110 x 4
Wire material : DPVVSB 4P x 0.2SQ
Recommended manufacturer : Bando Electric Wire
2.18 G171 Cable
Cable type: G170 cable
Application: Power supply ON/OFF
Connector name : ON/OFF
Connector name : CF24
X
1
2
3
4
5
CF24
ON/OFF
N.C.
1
1
N.C.
P-OFF
2
3
2
3
P-OFF
0V
4
5
4
5
0V
P-ON
0V
[CF24]
0V
Connector : 51030-0530
P-ON
Contact : 50084-8160 x 4
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
[ON/OFF]
Connector : 1-178288-5
Contact : 1-175218-5 x 4
Recommended manufacturer:
Tyco Electronics AMP
Wire material : DPVVSB 6P x 0.2SQ
Recommended manufacturer : Bando Electric Wire
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Appendix 2. Cable
2.19 F170 Cable
2.19 F170 Cable
Cable type: F170 cable
Application: ON/OFF switch for PD25
O N/OFF
Crimp terminal: V1.25-3 or
V1.25-4
Recommended manufacturer:
JST
X
ON/OFF
Connector: 1-178288-5
Contact: 1-175218-5
Recommended manufacturer:
Tyco Electronics AMP
PD25
ON/OFF
NC
1
OFF-1
P-O FF 2
3
GND
Wire material: DPVVSB
3P×0.3mm2
Recommended manufacturer:
Bando Electric Wire
OFF-2
GND
4
ON-1
P-O N
5
ON-2
(Note)
Select the crimp terminal suitable for the terminal block and external power supply you use.
2.20 FCUA-R211 Cable
Cable type: FCUA-R211 cable
Application: Remote I/O
Connector name : RIO1,RIO2,RIO3 (FCUA-R211)
Connector name : (FCUA-R211)
X
1
2
3
RIO1,RIO2,RIO3 (FCUA-R211)
Connector : 1-178288-3
Contact : 1-175218-2 x 3
Recommended manufacturer:
Tyco Electronics AMP
TXRX
TXRX*
0V
1
2
3
(FCUA-R211)
1
2
3
FG
TXRX
TXRX*
0V
FG
Wire material :MVVS 3C x 0.5mm2 (MIC 3C x 0.5mm2)
Recommended manufacturer : Takeuchi Densen
Connector : 1-178288-3
Contact : 1-175218-2 x 3
Precautions
Recommended manufacturer :
(1) Protect both ends of the cable with insulated bushing.
Tyco Electronics AMP
(2) RIO1, RIO2 and RIO3 can be used commonly.
(3) This is equivalent to the SH41 cable with shield.
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Appendix 2. Cable
2.21 G291 Cable
2.21 G291 Cable
Cable type: G291 cable
Application: Front IC card I/F
Connector name: PCUSB
Connector name: PCUSB
[PCUSB]
Connector:
51004-0600
Contact:
50011-8100 x6
Recommended
manufacturer: MOLEX
PCUSB
PCUSB
5V
N.C.
1
6
1
6
USBDUSBD+
2
3
2
3
GND
SENSR.
4
5
4
5
[PCUSB ]
Connector:
51004-0600
Contact:
50011-8100 x6
USBDUSBD+ Recommended
manufacturer: MOLEX
GND
5V
N.C.
SENSR.
Wire material: DPVVSB 3P x 0.2SQ
Recommended manufacturer: Bando Electric Wire
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Appendix 2. Cable
2.22 G300 Cable
2.22 G300 Cable
Cable type: G300 cable
Application: LAN cross cable
LAN
LAN
8
G300
1
LAN
TD+
1
TD-
2
RD+
3
RD-
6
CMTR
4
CMTR
5
CMTT
7
CMTT
8
White
Green
White
Green
Green
Green
White
Orange
White
Orange
Orange
Orange
Blue
Blue
White
Blue
White
Brown
White
Blue
White
Brown
Brown
Brown
LAN
3
RD+
6
RD-
1
TD+
2
TD-
4
CMTR
5
CMTR
7
CMTT
8
CMTT
LAN
Connector : 5-558530
Recommended manufacturer : Tyco Electronics AMP
Wire material: LAN category 5 twisted pair x 4P
2.23 G301 Cable
Cable type: G301 cable
Application: LAN straight cable
LAN
LAN
8
G301
1
LAN
TD+
1
TD-
2
RD+
3
RD-
6
CMTR
4
CMTR
5
CMTT
7
CMTT
8
White
Green
White
Green
Green
Green
White
Orange
White
Orange
Orange
Orange
Blue
Blue
White
Blue
White
Brown
White
Blue
White
Brown
Brown
Brown
LAN
Connector : 5-558530
Recommended manufacturer : Tyco Electronics AMP
Wire material: LAN category 5 twisted pair x 4P
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LAN
1
TD+
2
TD-
3
RD+
6
RD-
4
CMTR
5
CMTR
7
CMTT
8
CMTT
Appendix 2. Cable
2.24 R300 Cable
2.24 R300 Cable
Cable type: R300 cable
Application: DI/DO cable Single-side connector not available
Connector name : DI-L/DO-L, DI-R/DO-R
Connector : 7940-6500SC
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
Wire material : B40-S
Recommended manufacturer :
Oki Electric Cable
2.25 R301 Cable
Cable type: R301 cable
Application: DI/DO cable Double-side connector available
Connector name : DI-L/DO-L, DI-R/DO-R
Connector : 7940-6500SC
Strain relief : 3448-7940
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
Connector : 7940-6500SC
Recommended manufacturer:
3M
Wire material : B40-S
Recommended manufacturer : Oki Electric Cable
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Appendix 2. Cable
2.26 G310 Cable
2.26 G310 Cable
Cable type: G310 cable
Application: NC reset
NCRST
NCRST
Operation panel
I/O unit
(Keyboard unit)
Keyboard unit
(Operation panel
I/O unit)
G310
Circuit display 1st pole
Circuit display 1st pole
NCRST
NCRST
RSTIN
1
1
RSTIN
N.C.
2
2
N.C.
GND
3
3
GND
N.C.
4
4
N.C.
Connector : 51030-0430
Contact
: 50084-8160 x 4
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
Wire material : UL1061-2464 AWG22
Recommended manufacturer : Oki Electric Cable
Connector : 51030-0430
Contact
: 50084-8160 x 4
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
2.27 G380 Cable
Cable type: G380 cable
Application: Optical communication cable PCF type (Core: Glass)
Use when the cable length is 10m or more to 20m or less.
Connector name: OPT
Section with
reinforced sheath
Connector name: OPT
Section without reinforced sheath
[OPT]
Connector : CF-2D103-S
Recommended manufacturer:
Japan Aviation Electronics
OPT
OPT
1
1
2
2
[OPT]
Connector : CF-2D103-S
Recommended manufacturer:
Japan Aviation Electronics
Wire material: Hard clad type PCF optic cable
Recommended manufacturer: Oki Electric Cable
Cable
Minimum bending radius: R
2-core cable (section with reinforced sheath)
50mm or more
2-core cable (section without reinforced sheath)
25mm or more
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
(Note 3)
Binding the cables too tight with tie-wraps could result in an increased loss or a disconnection. Use a
cushioning material such as a sponge or rubber when bundling the cables and fix so that the cables do not
move. Recommended clamp material: CKN-13P KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES
Never bundle the cables with vinyl tape. The plasticizing material in the vinyl tape could cause the PCF
cable reinforced sheath to damage.
Loop the excessive cable with twice or more than the minimum bending radius.
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Appendix 2. Cable
2.28 G395 Cable
2.28 G395 Cable
Cable type: G395 cable
Application: Optical communication cable POF type (Core: Plastic)
Use when wiring outside of the panel with a cable of 10m
or less.
Connector name: OPT
Section with
reinforced sheath
Connector name: OPT
Section without reinforced sheath
OPT
OPT
1
1
2
2
[OPT]
Connector : PF-2D103
Recommended manufacturer:
Japan Aviation Electronics
[OPT]
Connector : PF-2D103
Recommended manufacturer:
Japan Aviation Electronics
Wire material: ESCA Premium
Recommended manufacturer: MITSUBISHI RAYON
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
(Note 3)
Cable
Minimum bending radius: R
2-core cable (section with reinforced sheath)
50mm or more
2-core cable (section without reinforced sheath)
30mm or more
Binding the cables too tight with tie-wraps could result in an increased loss or a disconnection. Use a cushioning material
such as a sponge or rubber when bundling the cables and fix so that the cables do not move. Recommended clamp
material: CKN-13P KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES
Never bundle the cables with vinyl tape. The plasticizing material in the vinyl tape could cause the POF cable to break.
Loop the excessive cable with twice or more than the minimum bending radius.
2.29 G396 Cable
Cable type: G396 cable
Application: Optical communication cable POF type (Core: Plastic)
Use when wiring in the panel with a cable of 10m or less.
Connector name: OPT
[OPT]
Connector : PF-2D103
Recommended manufacturer:
Japan Aviation Electronics
Connector name: OPT
OPT
OPT
1
1
2
2
[OPT]
Connector : PF-2D103
Recommended manufacturer:
Japan Aviation Electronics
Wire material: ESKA Premium
Recommended manufacturer: MITSUBISHI RAYON
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
(Note 3)
Cable
Minimum bending radius: R
2-core parallel cable
30mm or more
Binding the cables too tight with tie-wraps could result in an increased loss or a disconnection. Use a
cushioning material such as a sponge or rubber when bundling the cables and fix so that the cables do not
move. Recommended clamp material: CKN-13P KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES
Never bundle the cables with vinyl tape. The plasticizing material in the vinyl tape could cause the POF
cable to break.
Loop the excessive cable with twice or more than the minimum bending radius.
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Appendix 2. Cable
2.30 G430 Cable
2.30 G430 Cable
Cable type: G430 cable
Application: Handy terminal
Connector name: HOST
Connector name: ENC
Control unit
Connector name: SIO
Handy terminal
Control unit
Cotrol panel
terminal block
HOST
ENC
Plug: 10120-3000VL
HA1A
HA1B
0V
8
18
5
16
17
20
HA
HB
0V
Shell: 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer: 3M
Wire material:
UL1061-2464 AWG28 x 3P
Recommended manufacturer:
Oki Electric Cable
FG
SIO
RD(RXD)
SD(TXD)
7
17
14
15
SD(TXD)
RD(RXD)
CS(CTS)
RS(RTS)
8
18
7
8
RS(RTS)
CS(CTS)
DR(DSR)
ER(DTR)
0V
9
19
11
6
0V
Plug: CDB-25S
Contact: CD-SC-221 x 21
Recommended manufacturer:
Hirose Electric
FG
Crimp terminal: R1.25-3.5
Recommened manufacturer: JST
Wire material:
UL1061-2464 AWG24 x 8P
Recommended manufacturer:
DED1
DCOM1
Oki Electric Cable
1
FG
9
10
SW2_C11
SW2_C12
DED2
DCOM2
21
22
SW2_C21
SW2_C22
EMG1
ECOM1
11
12
SW1_NC11
SW1_NC12
EMG2
ECOM2
23
24
SW1_NC21
SW1_NC22
SEL1
SCOM1
18
19
SW6_NO1
SW6_C1
+24V
0V
25
13
24VDC(+)
24VDC(-)
(Note)
Fold the cable shield over
the sheath, and warp
copper foil tape over it.
Connect the wound
copper foil tape to the
connector's GND plate.
FG
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FG terminal
Crimp terminal: V1.25-4
Recommended manufacturer: JST
Wire material:
UL1061-2464 AWG18 (Green)
Recommended manufacturer:
Oki Electric Cable
Appendix 2. Cable
2.31 SH21 Cable
2.31 SH21 Cable
Cable type: SH21 cable
Application: Servo drive unit
Connector name : SV1, SV2
Servo drive unit
Control unit
SV1, SV2
Plug : 10120-3000VE
Shell : 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
0V
0V
1
11
1
11
0V
0V
SVTXD
SVTXD*
2
12
2
12
SVTXD
SVTXD*
SVALM
SVALM*
3
13
3
13
SVALM
SVALM*
SVRXD
SVRXD4
4
14
4
14
SVRXD
SVRXD4
0V
0V
5
15
5
15
0V
0V
6
16
6
16
7
17
7
17
8
18
8
18
9
19
9
19
10
20
10
20
FG
FG
SVEMG
SVEMG*
Wire material :
UL20276 AWG28 10P
Recommended manufacturer :
Toyokuni Elecric Cable
+5V
Plug : 10120-3000VE
Shell : 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
SVEMG
SVEMG*
+5V
(Note) Fold the cable shield over
the sheath, and wrap
copper foil tape over it.
Connect the wound
copper foil tape to the
connector's GND plate.
2.32 SH41 Cable
Cable type: SH41 cable
Application: Remote I/O
Connector name : RIO1,RIO2,RIO3 (CSH41)
Connector name : (CSH41)
X
1
2
3
RIO1,RIO2,RIO3 (CSH41)
Connector : 1-178288-3
Contact
: 1-175218-2 x 3
Recommended manufacturer:
Tyco Electronics AMP
TXRX
TXRX*
0V
(CSH41)
1
2
3
1
2
3
TXRX
TXRX*
0V
Connector : 1-178288-3
Contact
: 1-175218-2 x 3
Recommended manufacturer:
Tyco Electronics AMP
Wire material : MVVS 3C x 0.5mm2 (MIC 3C x 0.5mm2)
Recommended manufacturer: Takeuchi Densen
(Note)
(1) Protect both ends of the cable with insulated bushing.
(2) RIO1, RIO2 and RIO3 can be used commonly.
(3) Use this cable for short applications, such as bridging the remote I/O units in the same panel.
Normally use the FCUA-R211 cable with high noise withstand level.
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Appendix 2. Cable
2.33 E-TM Terminator Connector
2.33 E-TM Terminator Connector
Cable type: E-TM
Application: OPI connector terminator
E-TM terminator connector
Connector name: E-TM
E-TM
1
8
10
20
GND
+5V
EMG+
EMG-
[E-TM]
Plug: 10120-3000VL
Shell: 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer: 3M
(Note) The cable led-in hole must be closed.
Wire material: UL1007 AWG22
2.34 R-TM Terminator Connector
Cable type: R-TM
Application: Remote I/O interface terminator
R-TM terminal connector
Connector name: R-TM
R-TM
0V
3
TXRX*
2
TXRX
1
[R-TM]
100Ω
Connector: 1-178288-3 (x type)
Contact: 1-175216-2 x 2
Recommended manufacturer:
Tyco Electronics AMP
Resistor: 100Ω 1/4W
Manufacturing precautions
(1) The parts used shall be Mitsubishi recommended parts. Equivalent parts may be used providing
they are compatible with the specifications.
(2) Cover the 100Ω terminator with a black insulation tube.
(3) Stamp the connector name "R-TM" in white on the rear of the connector.
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Appendix 3. Connectors
3.1 Connectors for Control Unit
Appendix 3. Connectors
3.1 Connectors for Control Unit
3.1.1 Operation Panel I/O Unit Connecting Connector (OPI)
Name : OPI
10
20
1
11
<Cable side connector type>
Plug : 10120-3000VE
Shell : 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
1
0V
11
0V
2
NC
12
NC
3
CMTT
13
CMTR
4
NC
14
NC
5
0V
15
0V
TD+
16
6
I
7
O RD+
17 O RD-
8
O 5V
18
9
O TXRXD 19 O TXRXD*
10 O EMG+
I
TDNC
20 O EMG-
* Connect connector case with FG pattern.
3.1.2 Auxiliary Axis Servo Drive Unit Connecting Connector (SV1)
Name : SV1
10
20
1
1
11
<Cable side connector type>
Plug : 10120-3000VE
Shell : 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
0V
11
0V
2
O SVTXD1
12 O SVTXD1*
3
I
SVALM1
13
I
SVALM1*
4
I
SVRDX1
14
I
SVRDX1*
5
0V
15
0V
6
NC
16
NC
7
O SVEMG1 17 O SVEMG1*
8
NC
18
NC
9
NC
19
NC
10
NC
20
NC
* Connect connector case with FG pattern.
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Appendix 3. Connectors
3.1 Connectors for Control Unit
3.1.3 Auxiliary Axis Servo Drive Unit Connecting Connector (SV2)
Name : SV2
10
20
1
1
11
<Cable side connector type>
Plug : 10120-3000VE
Shell : 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
0V
11
0V
2
O SVTXD2
12 O SVTXD2*
3
I
SVALM2
13
I
SVALM2*
4
I
SVRDX2
14
I
SVRDX2*
5
0V
15
0V
6
NC
16
NC
7
O SVEMG2 17 O SVEMG2*
8
NC
18
NC
9
NC
19
NC
10
NC
20
NC
* Connect connector case with FG pattern.
3.1.4 Skip Input Connector (SKIP)
Name : SKIP
10
20
1
1
11
<Cable side connector type>
Plug : 10120-3000VE
Shell : 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
2
I
3
I
0V
11
0V
SKIP0
12 I
SKIP1
SKIP2
13 I
SKIP3
4
NC
14
NC
5
0V
15
0V
6
NC
16
NC
7
I
SKIP4
17 I
SKIP5
8
I
SKIP6
18 I
SKIP7
9
NC
19
NC
10
NC
20
NC
* Connect connector case with FG pattern.
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Appendix 3. Connectors
3.1 Connectors for Control Unit
3.1.5 Serial Communication Connector (SIO)
Name : SIO
10
20
1
1
11
<Cable side connector type>
Plug : 10120-3000VE
Shell : 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
0V
11
0V
2
I
RD1(RXD1) 12 O SD1(TXD1)
3
I
CS1(CTS1) 13 O RS1(RTS1)
4 O DR1(DSR1) 14 I
ER1(DTR1)
5
0V
15
0V
6
NC
16
NC
7
I
RD2(RXD2) 17 O SD2(TXD2)
8
I
CS2(CTS2) 18 O RS2(RTS2)
9 O DR2(DSR2) 19 I
ER2(DTR2)
10
NC
NC
20
* Connect connector case with FG pattern.
3.1.6 Encoder / Manual Pulse Generator Connecting Connector (ENC)
Name : ENC
10
20
1
1
11
<Cable side connector type>
Plug : 10120-3000VE
Shell : 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
0V
11
0V
2
I
ENC1C 12
I
ENC1C*
3
I
ENC1B 13
I
ENC1B*
4
I
ENC1A 14
I
ENC1A*
5
0V
6
O 5V
16 O 5V
7
I
HA2A
17
I
HA2B
8
I
HA1A
18
I
HA1B
NC
19
9
10 O 5V
15
0V
NC
20 O 5V
* Connect connector case with FG pattern.
3.1.7 Optical Communication Connecting Connector (OPT1)
Name : OPT1
<Cable side connector type>
(PCF type)
Connector : CF-2D101-S
Recommended manufacturer:
Japan Aviation Electronics
(POF type)
Connector : PF-2D101
Recommended manufacturer:
Japan Aviation Electronics
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Appendix 3. Connectors
3.1 Connectors for Control Unit
3.1.8 Remote I/O Unit Connecting Connector (RI01)
Name : RIO1
1
3
1 I/O
TXRX1
2 I/O
TXRX1*
3
0V
1 I/O
TXRX2
2 I/O
TXRX2*
3
0V
1
FG
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 1-178288-3
Contact
: 1-175218-2 x3
Recommended manufacturer : Tyco Electronics AMP
3.1.9 Remote I/O Unit Connecting Connector (RI02)
Name : RIO2
1
3
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 1-178288-3
Contact
: 1-175218-2 x3
Recommended manufacturer : Tyco Electronics AMP
3.1.10 Emergency Stop Input Connector (EMGIN)
Name : EMGIN
3
1
2
I
EMG IN
3
O
+24V
* Always connect the EMG terminating cable
(G123) when not using this input.
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 51030-0330
Contact
: 50084-8160 x3
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
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Appendix 3. Connectors
3.1 Connectors for Control Unit
3.1.11 Power OFF Input Connector (CFO1)
Name : CF01
2
1
1
0V
2 I
ACFAIL
* This connector can be used even if not
connected.
* Supply +24V to ACFAIL when using this
(Note)
connector.
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 51030-0330
Contact
: 50084-8160 x2
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
(Note) Use this when turning the control unit power OFF from an external source such as an
ON/OFF switch.
3.1.12 24VDC Input Connector (DCIN)
Name : DCIN
1
3
1
I
+24V
2
0V
3
FG
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 2-178288-3
Contact
: 1-175218-5 x3
Recommended manufacturer : Tyco Electronics AMP
3.1.13 Ethernet Connector (LAN)
Name : LAN
8
1
1
O
TD+
2
O
TD-
3
I
RD+
I
RD-
4
5
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 5-569550-3
Recommended manufacturer :
Tyco Electronics AMP
6
7
8
* Connect the connector case with the FG
pattern.
* Use a cross cable (G300) when directly
connecting to a device such as a
personal computer.
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Appendix 3. Connectors
3.1 Connectors for Control Unit
3.1.14 DIO Input/Output Connector (SDIO)
Name : SDIO
5B
5A
1B
1A
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 51353-1000
Contact
: 56134-9000 x6
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
1A
COM
1B
2A I
SDI1
2B
3A
Reserved 3B
4A I
+24V
5A
Reserved 5B
0V
I
SDI2
Reserved
4B O SDO1
Reserved
* Connect 1B with the FG pattern.
* Supply the following voltage to COM.
Sink
: +24V
Source : 0V
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Appendix 3. Connectors
3.2 Connectors for Operation Panel I/O Unit
3.2 Connectors for Operation Panel I/O Unit
3.2.1 Manual Pulse Generator Connecting Connector (MPG)
Name : MPG
8
1
15
9
<Cable side connector type>
Connector : CDA-15P
Contact
: CD-PC-111 x11 (5V power supply type)
: CD-PC-111 x12 (12V power supply type)
Case
: HDA-CTH
Recommended manufacturer : Hirose Electric
1
I
1HA
2
I
1HB
10 O +12V
3
I
2HA
11
4
I
2HB
12 O +12V
5
I
3HA
13
6
I
3HB
14 O +12V
7
O +5V
8
O +5V
Name : DCIN
3
1
I
+24V
2
0V
3
FG
1 I/O
TXRX3
2 I/O
TXRX3*
3
0V(GND)
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 2-178288-3
Contact
: 1-175218-5 x3
Recommended manufacturer : Tyco Electronics AMP
3.2.3 Remote I/O Unit Connecting Connector (RIO3)
Name : RIO3
1
3
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 1-178288-3
Contact
: 1-175218-2 x3
Recommended manufacturer : Tyco Electronics AMP
196
15
0V
0V
0V
NC
* Connect connector case with FG
pattern.
3.2.2 24VDC Input Connector (DCIN)
1
9
Appendix 3. Connectors
3.2 Connectors for Operation Panel I/O Unit
3.2.4 Machine Input/Output Connector (CG31/CG32/CG33/CG34)
Name : CG31/CG32/CG33/CG34
CG32/CG34
CG31/CG33
B1
B20
B1
B20
A1
A20
A1
A20
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 7940-6500LC
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
B
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 7940-6500LC
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
B
A
A
20
I
X0
20
I
X10
20
O Y0
20
O
Y10
19
I
X1
19
I
X11
19
O Y1
19
O
Y11
18
I
X2
18
I
X12
18
O Y2
18
O
Y12
17
I
X3
17
I
X13
17
O Y3
17
O
Y13
16
I
X4
16
I
X14
16
O Y4
16
O
Y14
15
I
X5
15
I
X15
15
O Y5
15
O
Y15
14
I
X6
14
I
X16
14
O Y6
14
O
Y16
13
I
X7
13
I
X17
13
O Y7
13
O
Y17
12
I
X8
12
I
X18
12
O Y8
12
O
Y18
11
I
X9
11
I
X19
11
O Y9
11
O
Y19
10
I
XA
10
I
X1A
10
O YA
10
O Y1A
9
I
XB
9
I
X1B
9
O YB
9
O Y1B
8
I
XC
8
I
X1C
8
O YC
8
O
Y1C
7
I
XD
7
I
X1D
7
O YD
7
O
Y1D
6
I
XE
6
I
X1E
6
O YE
6
O Y1E
5
I
XF
5
I
X1F
5
O YF
5
O
4
NC
4
NC
4
COM
4
COM
3
COM
3
COM
3
COM
3
COM
Y1F
2
I
+24V
2
0V
2
I
+24V
2
0V
1
I
+24V
1
0V
1
I
+24V
1
0V
The input/output assignment differs according to the station No. setting switch. Refer to "PLC
Interface Manual" for details.
197
Appendix 3. Connectors
3.2 Connectors for Operation Panel I/O Unit
3.2.5 Reset Switch Input Connector (NCRST)
Name : NCRST
4
1
1
I
2
3
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 51030-0430
Contact
: 50084-8160 x4
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
RSTIN
NC
O
0V(GND)
4
NC
1
FG
3.2.6 Emergency Stop Input Connector (EMGIN)
Name : EMGIN
3
1
2
I
EMG IN
3
O
+24V
* Always connect the EMG terminating
cable (G123) when not using this input.
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 51030-0330
Contact
: 50084-8160 x3
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
198
Appendix 3. Connectors
3.2 Connectors for Operation Panel I/O Unit
3.2.7 Ethernet Connector (LAN)
Name : LAN
8
1
1
I
RD+
2
I
RD+
3
O
TD+
O
TD-
4
5
<Cable side connector type>
Plug
: 5-569550-3
Recommended manufacturer
: Tyco Electronics AMP
6
7
8
* Use a straight cable (G301) for
connection with the display unit.
3.2.8 24VDC Input Connector (DCIN)
Name : DCIN
1
3
1
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 2-178288-3
Contact
: 1-175218-5 x3
Recommended manufacturer : Tyco Electronics AMP
199
I
+24V
2
0V
3
FG
Appendix 3. Connectors
3.3 Connectors for Display Unit
3.3 Connectors for Display Unit
3.3.1 Ethernet Connector (LAN)
Name : LAN
8
1
1
O
TD+
2
O
TD-
3
I
RD+
I
RD-
4
5
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 5-569550-3
Recommended manufacturer :
Tyco Electronics AMP
6
7
8
* Use a straight cable (G301) for connection
with the operation panel I/O unit.
3.3.2 ON/OFF Switch Connector (ON/OFF)
Name : ON/OFF
4
1
1
0V
2
I
PON
3
I
POFF
4
0V
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 51030-0430
Contact
: 50084-8160 x4
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
3.3.3 USB Connector (USB1, USB2)
Name : USB1,USB2
1
4
1
O
2 I/O
<Cable side connector type>
Connector : DUSB-APA42-A-C50
Contact
: DUSB-PA1-100 (When AWG20 to 24)
Recommended manufacturer : DDK
200
+5V
-DATA
3 I/O
+DATA
4
0V
* Connect connector case with FG pattern.
Appendix 3. Connectors
3.3 Connectors for Display Unit
3.3.4 Remote ON/OFF Connector (CF24)
Name : CF24
5
1
1
2
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 51030-0530
Contact
: 50084-8160 x4
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
NC
I
P-OFF
3
0V
4
0V
5
I
P-ON
* Use this to connect the power supply unit
(type: PD25/PD27) and display unit
FCU7-DA315/DA415/DA445.
3.3.5 Emergency Stop Input Connector (EMGIN)
Name : EMGIN
3
1
1
FG
2
I
EMG IN
3
O
+24V
* This connector is not used. Operation will not
take place even if the EMG signal is input.
Always connect an EMG terminating cable
(G123) or leave this connector unconnected
to prevent incorrect operations.
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 51030-0330
Contact
: 50084-8160 x3
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
3.3.6 Power OFF Input Connector (CFO1)
Name : CF01
2
1
1
2
0V
I
ACFAIL
* This connector is not used and must not be
connected. Operation will not take place even
if the ACFAIL signal is input.
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 51030-0330
Contact
: 50084-8160 x2
Recommended manufacturer : MOLEX
201
Appendix 3. Connectors
3.3 Connectors for Display Unit
3.3.7 24VDC Input Connector (DCIN)
Name : DCIN
1
3
1
I
+24V
2
0V
3
FG
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 2-178288-3
Contact
: 1-175218-5 x3
Recommended manufacturer : Tyco Electronics AMP
3.3.8 Serial Communication Connector (SIOPC)
Name : SIOPC
10
20
1
1
11
0V
0V
2
I
RD1(RXD1) 12 O SD1(TXD1)
3
I
CS1(CTS1) 13 O RS1(RTS1)
4
I
5
<Cable side connector type>
Plug
: 10120-3000VE
Shell
: 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer : 3M
11
CD1(DCD1) 14 I
ER1(DTR1)
0V
0V
15
6 O DR1(DSR1) 16 I
RI1(RI1)
7
I
RD2(RXD2) 17 O SD2(TXD2)
8
I
CS2(CTS2) 18 O RS2(RTS2)
9
I
CD2(DCD2) 19 I
10 O DR2(DSR2) 20 I
ER2(DTR2)
RI2(RI2)
* Connect connector case with FG pattern.
202
Appendix 3. Connectors
3.4 Connectors for Power Supply Unit
3.4 Connectors for Power Supply Unit
3.4.1 24VDC Output Connector (DCOUT)
Name : DCOUT
B1
B3
A1
1A O ACFAIL
1B O +24V
2A
0V
2B
0V
3A
NC
3B
FG
A3
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 3-178127-6
Contact
: 1-175218-5 (for AWG16) x3
: 1-175217-5 (for AWG22) x2
Recommended manufacturer : Tyco Electronics AMP
3.4.2 AC Power Input Connector (ACIN)
Name : ACIN
1
2
3
1
I
ACIN N
2
I
ACIN H
3
FG
1
NC
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 2-178128-3
Contact
: 1-175218-5 x3
Recommended manufacturer : Tyco Electronics AMP
3.4.3 ON/OFF Input Connector (ON/OFF)
Name : ON/OFF
1
5
2
203
P-OFF
3
0V
4
0V
5
<Cable side connector type>
Connector
: 1-178288-5
Contact
: 1-175218-5 x4
Recommended manufacturer : Tyco Electronics AMP
I
I
P-ON
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.1 Selection of Cable
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications
(MDS-D/DH Series)
4.1 Selection of Cable
4.1.1 Cable Wire and Assembly
(1) Cable wire
The specifications of the wire used for each cable, and the machining methods are shown in this section.
When manufacturing the detector cable and battery connection cable, use the recommended wires
shown below or equivalent products.
(a) Heat resistant specifications cable
Wire type
(special order
part)
Wire characteristics
Finish
outer
diameter
Sheath
material
8.7mm
Heat
resistant
PVC
BD20288
Compound 6-pair
shielded cable
Specification No.
Bangishi-17145
(Note 1)
No. of
pairs
2
(0.5mm2)
4
(0.2mm2)
Configuration
100 strands/
0.08mm
40 strands/
0.08mm
Conductive Withstand
resistor
voltage
40.7Ω/km
or less
500VAC/
1min
Insulation
resistance
Heat
resistance
temperature
Flexibility
1000MΩ/km
or more
105°C
70×104 times
or more at
R200
Insulation
resistance
Heat
resistance
temperature
Flexibility
1000MΩ/km
or more
60°C
100×104 times
or more at
R200
103Ω/km
or less
(b) General-purpose heat resistant specifications cable
Wire type
(special order
part)
Finish
outer
diameter
BD20032
Compound 6-pair
shielded cable
Specification No.
Bangishi-16903
Revision No. 3
(Note 2)
Wire characteristics
Sheath
material
No. of
pairs
2
(0.5mm2)
8.7mm
Configuration
100 strands/
0.08mm
Conductive Withstand
resistor
voltage
40.7Ω/km
or less
PVC
4
(0.2mm2)
40 strands/
0.08mm
500VAC/
1min
103Ω/km
or less
(Note 1) Bando Electric Wire (Contact: 81+48-461-0561 http://www.bew.co.jp)
(Note 2) The Mitsubishi standard cable is the (a) Heat resistant specifications cable. For MDS-C1/CH series,
(b) or equivalent is used as the standard cable.
Core identification
Insulator color
L1
L2
Pair No.
2
A1 (0.5mm )
2
A2 (0.5mm )
2
B1 (0.2mm )
2
B2 (0.2mm )
2
B3 (0.2mm )
2
B4 (0.2mm )
Sheath
A1
B4
B1
B3
B2
Mesh shield
Intervening wire
Cable core
A2
Tape
L1
L2
Conductor
Insulator
Compound 6-pair cable structure drawing
204
Red
Black
Brown
Blue
Purple
Yellow
White
White
Orange
Green
White
White
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.1 Selection of Cable
(2) Cable assembly
Assemble the cable with the cable shield wire securely connected to the ground plate of the connector.
Core wire
Connect with a ground
plate of connector.
Sheath
Shield
(external conductor)
(3) Battery connection cable
Wire characteristics
Wire type
(special order
part)
Finish
outer
diameter
Sheath
material
No. of
pairs
J14B101224-00
Two core shield
cable
3.3mm
PVC
1
(0.2mm2)
Configuration
Conductiv
e resistor
Withstand
voltage
Insulation
resistance
Heat
resistance
temperature
Minimum
bend radius
7 strands /
0.2mm
91.2Ω/km
or less
AC500V/
1min
1000MΩ
/km
or more
80℃
R33mm
Core identification
Sheath
1
シールド
Shield
2
JUNFLON®ETFE wire
Two core shield cable structure drawing
205
No.
Insulator color
1
2
Red
Black
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.2 Cable Connection Diagram
4.2 Cable Connection Diagram
CAUTION
1. Take care not to mistake the connection when manufacturing the detector
cable. Failure to observe this could lead to faults, runaway or fire.
2. When manufacturing the cable, do not connect anything to pins which have
no description.
4.2.1 Battery Cable
<DG21 cable connection diagram>
(Connection cable between drive unit and MDS-A-BT/MR-BAT (MDS-BTCASE)
Drive unit side connector
Battery unit side connector
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
Contact: DF1B-2428SCA
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008
BT
LG
1
2
0.2mm
2
9
1
BT
LG
PE
Case
grounding
<Cable connection diagram between drive unit and FCU6-BTBOX-36>
Drive unit side connector
Battery unit side connector
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
Contact: DF1B-2428SCA
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008
BT
LG
1
2
0.2mm
2
+
-
BT
LG
FG
Case
grounding
(Note)
(Note) Connect the cable shield with
installation screw of unit.
<DG22 cable connection diagram>
(Connection cable between drive unit and drive unit)
Drive unit side connector
Drive unit side connector
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
Contact: DF1B-2428SCA
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
Contact: DF1B-2428SCA
BT
LG
1
2
0.2mm
206
2
1
2
BT
LG
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.2 Cable Connection Diagram
4.2.2 Power Supply Communication Cable and Connector
<SH21 cable connection diagram>
Drive unit side connector
Power supply unit side connector
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008
1
11
2
12
3
13
4
14
5
15
6
16
7
17
8
18
9
19
10
20
1
11
2
12
3
13
4
14
5
15
6
16
7
17
8
18
9
19
10
20
PE
PE
Plate
<CNU23S connector connection diagram>
Power supply unit side connector
Connector: DK-3200M-06RXY
Contact: DK-3REC2LLP1-100
External emergency
EMG2
3
2
1
stop input
24G
EMG1
CN23A
MC2
MC1
3
2
1
CN23B
207
Contactor
breaker output
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.2 Cable Connection Diagram
4.2.3 Servo Detector Cable
<CNV2E-6P, CNV2E-7P cable connection diagram>
Servo drive unit side connector
Servomotor detector/
Ball screw side detector side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
9
7
8
3
4
Case
grounding
PE
Plug: CM10-SP10S-M (Straight)
CM10-AP10S-M (Angle)
Contact: CM10-#22SC
0.5mm
0.2mm
2
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
8
5
3
4
6
7
1
2
P5(+5V)
LG
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
10
SHD
<For 15m or less>
Servo drive unit side connector
Servomotor detector/
Ball screw side detector side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Plug: CM10-SP10S-M (Straight)
CM10-AP10S-M (Angle)
Contact: CM10-#22SC
0.5mm
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
9
7
8
3
4
Case
grounding
PE
2
0.5mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
<For 15m to 30m>
208
8
5
3
4
6
7
1
2
P5(+5V)
LG
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
10
SHD
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.2 Cable Connection Diagram
<CNV2E-HP cable connection diagram>
Servo drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
MDS-B-HR unit side connector
Plug: RM15WTP-8S
Clamp: RM15WTP-CP (10)
0.5mm
P5(+5V)
LG
RQ
RQ*
SD
SD*
Case
grounding
2
0.5 mm
1
2
10
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
0.2 mm2
0.2 mm
2
PE
5
7
6
8
P5(+5V)
LG
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
RQ
RQ*
3
4
SD
SD*
PE
Case
grounding
<CNV2E-D cable connection diagram>
Servo drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
MDS-B-SD unit side connector
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008
0.5mm
P5(+5V)
LG
RQ
RQ*
SD
SD*
Case
grounding
1
2
9
10
3
4
5
6
7
8
PE
209
2
0.5mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
20
11
10
1
9
P5(+5V)
LG
P5(+5V)
LG
BAT
7
17
RQ
RQ*
6
16
SD
SD*
PE
Case
grounding
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.2 Cable Connection Diagram
<Cable connection diagram between scale I/F unit and scale (CNLH3 cable, etc.)>
Detector conversion unit side connector
Plug: RM15WTP-12P
Clamp: RM15WTP-CP (10)
9
10
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
A+
AB+
BR+
R-
11
P5(+5V)
12
LG
PE
Case
grounding
(Note) This cable must be prepared by the user.
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Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.2 Cable Connection Diagram
<Oblong wave communication detector (linear scale, etc.) cable connection diagram>
Servo drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Machine side oblong wave
communication detector
0.5mm
P5(+5V)
LG
ABZSEL*
A
A*
B
B*
Z
Z*
1
2
10
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Case
grounding
PE
Contact the detector
manufacture about whether
to perform the P5V wiring or
not.
P5(+5V)
2
0.5mm
2
0.2mm
LG
A
A*
B
B*
Z
Z*
2
0.2mm2
0.2mm
2
SHD
Contact the detector manufacture
for the details.
(Note) This cable must be prepared by the user.
<Serial communication detector (linear scale, etc.) cable connection diagram>
Servo drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Machine side serial
communication detector
0.5mm
P5(+5V)
LG
RQ
RQ*
SD
SD*
Case
grounding
1
2
9
10
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
0.5mm
2
0.2mm
0.2mm
2
2
PE
P5(+5V)
LG
Contact the detector
manufacture about whether
to perform the P5V wiring or
not.
RQ
RQ*
SD
SD*
SHD
Contact the detector manufacture
for the details.
(Note) This cable must be prepared by the user.
POINT
For compatible detector, refer to the section “4-1 Servo option” in MDS-D/DH
series Specifications Manual.
211
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.2 Cable Connection Diagram
4.2.4 Brake Connecter (Brake Connector for Motor Brake Control Output)
<CNU20S connector connection diagram>
• For MDS-D-V1-320 or smaller and MDS-DH-V1-160 or smaller
Servo drive unit side connector
Connector: DK-3200S-03R
Contact: DK-3REC2LLP1-100
MBR2
DBR
MBR1
External power 24VDC
3
2
1
Motor brake
CN20
• For MDS-D-V1-320W or larger and MDS-DH-V1-160W or larger
Servo drive unit side connector
Connector: DK-3200S-03R
Contact: DK-3REC2LLP1-100
24VDC
DBU
Motor
External power 24VDC
1
2
3
Dynamic brake
Motor brake
CN20
212
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.2 Cable Connection Diagram
4.2.5 Spindle Detector Cable
<CNP2E-1 cable connection diagram>
Spindle drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Spindle motor side connector
Connector: 172169-1
Contact: 170363-1(AWG26-22)
170364-1(AWG22-18)
(Note)
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
0.5mm
MT1
MT2
5
6
0.2mm
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
7
8
3
4
Case
grounding
PE
2
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
7
8
P5(+5V)
LG
2
1
MT1
MT2
5
6
3
4
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
9
SHD
(Note) For the pin “7” or “8”, use the contact “170364-1”.
For the other pins, use the contact “170363-1”.
<For 15m or less>
Spindle drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Spindle motor side connector
Connector: 172169-1
Contact: 170363-1(AWG26-22)
170364-1(AWG22-18)
(Note)
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
0.5mm
2
MT1
MT2
5
6
0.2mm
2
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
7
8
3
4
Case
grounding
PE
0.2mm2
0.2mm
2
7
8
P5(+5V)
LG
2
1
MT1
MT2
5
6
3
4
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
9
SHD
(Note) For the pin “7” or “8”, use the contact “170364-1”.
For the other pins, use the contact “170363-1”.
<For 15m to 30m>
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Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.2 Cable Connection Diagram
<CNP3EZ-2P, CNP3EZ-3P cable connection diagram>
Spindle drive unit side connector
Spindle motor side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
P5(+5V)
LG
ABZSEL*
A
A*
1
2
10
3
4
B
B*
Z
Z*
5
6
7
8
Case
grounding
PE
Connector: MS3106A20-29S(D190)
Back shell: CE02-20BS-S (straight)
CE-20BA-S (angle)
Clamp: CE3057-12A-3
0.5mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
1
2
P5(+5V)
LG
3
4
A
A*
5
6
7
8
B
B*
Z
Z*
<For 15m or less>
Spindle drive unit side connector
Spindle motor side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
P5(+5V)
LG
ABZSEL*
A
A*
1
2
10
3
4
B
B*
Z
Z*
5
6
7
8
Case
grounding
PE
Connector: MS3106A20-29S(D190)
Back shell: CE02-20BS-S (straight)
CE-20BA-S (angle)
Clamp: CE3057-12A-3
0.5mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
<For 15m to 30m>
214
1
2
P5(+5V)
LG
3
4
A
A*
5
6
7
8
B
B*
Z
Z*
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.2 Cable Connection Diagram
4.2.6 C axis Detector Cable (For Serial Interface Conversion Unit APE391M Connection)
<Serial communication detector cable connection diagram>
Spindle drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
APE391M side connector
0.5mm
P5(+5V)
LG
RQ
RQ*
SD
SD*
Case
grounding
1
2
9
10
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
0.5mm
2
0.2mm2
0.2mm
PE
2
4,12
2,10
8
15
P5(+5V)
LG
Note: Check with the
manufacturer of the
detector to be connected
RQ
whether to do P5V wiring.
RQ*
5
13
SD
SD*
PE
SHD
Contact the detector manufacturer.
(Note) The cable must be prepared by the user.
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4.3 Main Circuit Cable Connection Diagram
4.3 Main Circuit Cable Connection Diagram
The methods for wiring to the main circuit are shown below.
4.3.1 DRSV1 cable, DRSV2 cable
These cables are used to connect the servo drive unit's TE1 terminal and HF(-H) / HP(-H) motor.
• DRSV1 cable : This is the power line for the single-axis unit (MDS-D/DH-V1-) and dual-axis
integrated unit (MDS-D/DH-V2-) L axis.
• DRSV2 cable : This is the power line for the dual-axis integrated unit (MDS-D/DH-V2-) M axis.
<DRSV1/DRSV2 cable connection diagram>
Drive unit side
Motor side
A
B
C
D
1: U
2: V
3: W
4:
CAUTION
1. The main circuit cable must be manufactured by the user.
2. Refer to the section "5. Selection of peripheral devices" in MDS-D/DH
Series Specifications Manual when selecting the wire material.
3. Lay out the terminal block on the drive unit side as shown in "Appendix 1.
Outline dimension drawing" in MDS-D/DH Series Specifications Manual.
4. Refer to "Appendix 1-1 Servomotor outline dimension drawings" in
MDS-D/DH Series Specifications Manual for details on the servomotor's
connectors and terminal block.
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4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
4.4.1 Optical Communication Cable
(1) For wiring between drive units (inside panel)
Optical communication connector
Manufacturer: Japan Aviation Electronics Industry
<Type>
Connector: 2F-2D103
[Unit: mm]
(6.7)
(15) (13.4)
(20.9)
Protection tube
(2.3)
(1.7)
8+0
37.65
Cable appearance
<Type>
Connector: 2F-2D103
(Japan Aviation
Electronics Industry)
Optical fiber: ESKA Premium
(MITSUBISHI RAYON)
[Unit: m]
(L≦0.1)
(L≧0.2)
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
The POF fiber's light amount will drop depending on how the fibers are wound. So, try to avoid wiring the fibers.
Do not wire the optical fiber cable to moving sections.
217
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
(2) For wiring between drive units (outside panel)
Optical communication connector
Manufacturer: Tyco Electronics AMP
<Type>
Connector: 1123445-1
8.5
20.3
[Unit: mm]
22.7
Cable appearance
<Type>
Connector: 1123445-1
(Tyco Electronics AMP)
Optical fiber: ESKA Premium
(MITSUBISHI RAYON)
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
The PCF fiber's light amount will drop depending on how the fibers are wound. So, try to avoid wiring the fibers.
Do not wire the optical fiber cable to moving sections.
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4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
4.4.2 Battery Connector
Battery connector for drive unit
Manufacturer: Hirose Electric
<Type>
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
[Unit: mm]
5.0
11.5
1.9
1.6
2.5
4.4
Battery connector for battery unit
Manufacturer: 3M
<Type>
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008
[Unit: mm]
14.0
23.8
39.0
22.0
33.3
219
12.7
10.0
12.0
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
4.4.3 Power Supply Communication Connector
Power supply unit connector for CN4/9
Manufacturer: 3M
<Type>
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008
[Unit: mm]
14.0
23.8
39.0
22.0
10.0
12.0
33.3
Manufacturer: 3M
<Type>
Connector: 10120-6000EL
Shell kit: 10320-3210-000
12.7
11.5
[Unit: mm]
This connector is integrated with the
cable, and is not available as a connector
set option.
33.0
42.0
20.9
29.7
Power supply unit connector for CN23 (Connector for contactor control output / external emergency stop)
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Connector: DK-3200M-06RXY
[Unit: mm]
22.8
19.24
1
2 3
14.77
7.62
27.30
5.08
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Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
4.4.4 Servo Detector Connector
Motor side detector connector / Ball screw side detector for connector
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Plug: CM10-SP10S-M
ø21
ø18.9
[Unit: mm]
(51.4)
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Plug: CM10-AP10S-M
34
ø18.9
or less
[Unit: mm]
ø21
32.5
(Note) For the manufacturing method of CM10 series connector, refer to the section "Cable and connector assembly" in MDS-D/DH Instruction
Manual.
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4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
MDS-B-HR connector
Manufacturer: Hirose Electric
<Type>
Plug: RM15WTP-8S
[Unit: mm]
M16×0.75
15.2
23
M19×1
36.8
Manufacturer: Hirose Electric
<Type>
Clamp: RM15WTP-CP (10)
[Unit: mm]
M16×0.75
20
19
10.5
8.5
MDS-B-SD connector (Two-piece set)
Manufacturer: 3M
<Type>
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008
[Unit: mm]
33.3
222
14.0
23.8
39.0
22.0
12.7
10.0
12.0
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
Servo drive unit connector for CN2/3
Manufacturer: 3M
<Type>
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
[Unit: mm]
22.7
33.9
Manufacturer: MOLEX
<Type>
Connector set: 54599-1019
8
22.4
10
223
11
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
4.4.5 Brake Connector
Brake connector for HF, HP
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Plug: CM10-SP2S-S
ø21
ø18.9
[Unit: mm]
(51.4)
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Plug: CM10-AP2S-S
34
ø18.9
or less
[Unit: mm]
ø21
32.5
(Note) For the manufacturing method of CM10 series connector, refer to the section "Cable and connector assembly" in MDS-D/DH Instruction
Manual.
Brake connector for motor brake control output
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Connector: DK-3200S-03R
[Unit: mm]
22.8
19.24
1
5.08
224
2
3
7.15
29.70
A
6.55
1 2 3
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
4.4.6 Power Connector
Motor power connector
Manufacturer: DDK
D or less
W
A
øB +0-0.38
øC±0.8
7.85 or more
Plug:
Type
CE05-6A18-10SD-C-BSS
CE05-6A22-22SD-C-BSS
CE05-6A32-17SD-C-BSS
B +0
-0.38
34.13
40.48
56.33
A
1
1 /8-18UNEF-2B
3
1 /8-18UNEF-2B
2-18UNS-2B
C±0.8
32.1
38.3
54.2
D or less
57
61
79
[Unit: mm]
W
1-20UNEF-2A
3
1 /16-18UNEF-2A
3
1 /4-18UNS-2A
Manufacturer: DDK
D or less
øB +0-0.38
Y or
more
U±0.7
(S) ±1
R±0.7
A
W
Plug:
Type
CE05-8A18-10SD-C-BAS
CE05-8A22-22SD-C-BAS
CE05-8A32-17SD-C-BAS
D or less
B +0
W
-0.38
34.13
69.5
1-20UNEF-2A
3
40.48
75.5
1 /16-18UNEF-2A
3
56.33
93.5
1 /4-18UNS-2A
A
1
1 /8-18UNEF-2B
3
1 /8-18UNEF-2B
2-18UNS-2B
R±0.7
13.2
16.3
24.6
U±0.7
30.2
33.3
44.5
[Unit: mm]
(S) ±1 Y or more
43.4
7.5
49.6
7.5
61.9
8.5
Manufacturer: DDK
(D)
A
C
(Bushing inner
diameter)
G±0.7
1.6
øF
B±0.7
V screw
øE
(Inner diameter of cable clamp)
H
(Movable range of one side)
Clamp:
[Unit: mm]
Type
Avail.
Total Outer
Shell length dia. screw
length
size
A
CE3057-10A-1(D240)
CE3057-12A-1(D240)
CE3057-20A-1(D240)
18
20
32
B
C
Fitting screw
D
E
F
G
H
Bushing
V
23.8 30.1 10.3 41.3 15.9 14.1 31.7 3.2 1-20UNEF-2B CE3420-10-1
3
23.8 35 10.3 41.3 19 16.0 37.3 4 1 /16-18UNEF-2B CE3420-12-1
3
27.8 51.6 11.9 43 31.7 23.8 51.6 6.3 1 /4-18UNS-2B CE3420-20-1
225
Applicable
cable
φ10.5~φ14.1
φ12.5~φ16.0
φ22.0~φ23.8
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
Power connector for drive unit TE1
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Housing: DK-5200S-04R
[Unit: mm]
30.5
44.08
1
2
3
4
10.5
48.48
10.16
226
9.1
56.08
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
4.4.7 Spindle Detector Connector
Spindle drive unit Connector for CN2/3
Manufacturer: 3M
<Type>
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
[Unit: mm]
22.7
11
33.9
Manufacturer: MOLEX
<Type>
Connector set: 54599-1019
8
22.4
10
Motor side PLG connector
Manufacturer: Tyco Electronics AMP
<Type>
Plug: 172169-1
[Unit: mm]
23.7 ± 0.4
16 ± 0.4
14
8.4
4.2
9.3
4.2
8.4
14
227
2.8
2.8
Appendix 4. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D/DH)
4.4 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
Spindle side detector connector (for OSA1024)
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Connector: MS3106A20-29S (D190)
[Unit: mm]
1
Gasket
1 /4-18UNEF-2B
φ26.8
+0.05
-0.25
φ37.28 +0
-0.38
18.26±0.12
1
1 /8-18UNEF-2A
12.16±0.3
34.11±0.5
H or less
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Straight back shell: CE02-20BS-S
[Unit: mm]
35
3
1 /16-18UNEF-2A screw
10.9
φ17.8
φ35
11/8-18UNEF-2B
screw
O-ring
7.85 or more
(effective screw length)
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Angle back shell: CE-20BA-S
31.6
(Spanner grip)
[Unit: mm]
50.5 or less
1
O-ring
φ38.6
1 /4-18UNEF-2B screw
7.5 or more
33.3
(49.6)
16.3
39.6 or less
3
1 /16-18UNEF-2A screw
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Cable clamp: CE3057-12A-3
[Unit: mm]
(41.3)
23.8
10.3
37.3±0.7
φ19
(ブ
φ10
35±0.7
1.6
グ内径)
3
1 /16-18UNEF-2B screw
(Cable clamp inside diameter)
4
(Moveable range of one side)
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5.1 Selection of Cable
Appendix 5. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications
(MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 Series)
5.1 Selection of Cable
5.1.1 Cable Wire and Assembly
(1) Cable wire
The specifications of the wire used for each cable, and the machining methods are shown in this section.
When manufacturing the detector cable and battery connection cable, use the recommended wires
shown below or equivalent products.
(a) Heat resistant specifications cable
Wire type
(special order
part)
Wire characteristics
Finish
outer
diameter
Sheath
material
8.7mm
Heat
resistant
PVC
BD20288
Compound 6-pair
shielded cable
Specification No.
Bangishi-17145
(Note 1)
No. of
pairs
2
(0.5mm2)
4
(0.2mm2)
Configuration
100 strands/
0.08mm
40 strands/
0.08mm
Conductive Withstand
resistor
voltage
40.7Ω/km
or less
500VAC/
1min
Insulation
resistance
Heat
resistance
temperature
Flexibility
1000MΩ/km
or more
105°C
70×104 times
or more at
R200
Insulation
resistance
Heat
resistance
temperature
Flexibility
1000MΩ/km
or more
60°C
100×104 times
or more at
R200
103Ω/km
or less
(b) General-purpose heat resistant specifications cable
Wire type
(special order
part)
Finish
outer
diameter
BD20032
Compound 6-pair
shielded cable
Specification No.
Bangishi-16903
Revision No. 3
(Note 2)
Wire characteristics
Sheath
material
No. of
pairs
2
(0.5mm2)
8.7mm
Configuration
100 strands/
0.08mm
Conductive Withstand
resistor
voltage
40.7Ω/km
or less
PVC
4
(0.2mm2)
40 strands/
0.08mm
500VAC/
1min
103Ω/km
or less
(Note 1) Bando Electric Wire (Contact: 81+48-461-0561 http://www.bew.co.jp)
(Note 2) The Mitsubishi standard cable is the (a) Heat resistant specifications cable. For MDS-C1/CH series,
(b) or equivalent is used as the standard cable.
Core identification
Insulator color
L1
L2
Pair No.
2
A1 (0.5mm )
2
A2 (0.5mm )
2
B1 (0.2mm )
2
B2 (0.2mm )
2
B3 (0.2mm )
2
B4 (0.2mm )
Sheath
A1
B4
B1
B3
B2
Mesh shield
Intervening wire
Cable core
A2
Tape
L1
L2
Conductor
Insulator
Compound 6-pair cable structure drawing
229
Red
Black
Brown
Blue
Purple
Yellow
White
White
Orange
Green
White
White
Appendix 5. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3)
5.1 Selection of Cable
(2) Cable assembly
Assemble the cable with the cable shield wire securely connected to the ground plate of the connector.
Core wire
Connect with a ground
plate of connector.
Sheath
Shield
(external conductor)
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5.2 Cable Connection Diagram
5.2 Cable Connection Diagram
CAUTION
1. Take care not to mistake the connection when manufacturing the detector
cable. Failure to observe this could lead to faults, runaway or fire.
2. When manufacturing the cable, do not connect anything to pins which have
no description.
5.2.1 Servo Detector Cable
<CNV2E-8P, CNV2E-9P cable connection diagram>
Servo drive unit side connector
Servomotor detector/
Ball screw side detector side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
9
7
8
3
4
Case
grounding
PE
Plug: CM10-SP10S-M (Straight)
CM10-AP10S-M (Angle)
Contact: CM10-#22SC
0.5mm
0.2mm
2
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
8
5
3
4
6
7
1
2
P5(+5V)
LG
CNT
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
10
SHD
<For 15m or less>
Servo drive unit side connector
Servomotor detector/
Ball screw side detector side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Plug: CM10-SP10S-M (Straight)
CM10-AP10S-M (Angle)
Contact: CM10-#22SC
0.5mm
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
9
7
8
3
4
Case
grounding
PE
2
0.5mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
<For 15m to 30m>
231
8
5
3
4
6
7
1
2
P5(+5V)
LG
CNT
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
10
SHD
Appendix 5. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3)
5.2 Cable Connection Diagram
<CNV2E-HP cable connection diagram>
Servo drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
MDS-B-HR unit side connector
Plug: RM15WTP-8S
Clamp: RM15WTP-CP (10)
0.5mm
P5(+5V)
LG
RQ
RQ*
SD
SD*
Case
grounding
1
2
10
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
0.5 mm
2
0.2 mm
2
0.2 mm
2
PE
5
7
6
8
P5(+5V)
LG
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
RQ
RQ*
3
4
SD
SD*
PE
Case
grounding
<Cable connection diagram between scale I/F unit and scale (CNLH3 cable, etc.)>
Detector conversion unit side connector
Plug: RM15WTP-12P
Clamp: RM15WTP-CP (10)
9
10
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
A+
AB+
BR+
R-
11
P5(+5V)
12
LG
PE
Case
grounding
(Note) This cable must be prepared by the user.
232
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5.2 Cable Connection Diagram
<Oblong wave communication detector (linear scale, etc.) cable connection diagram>
Servo drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Machine side oblong wave
communication detector
0.5mm
P5(+5V)
LG
ABZSEL*
A
A*
B
B*
Z
Z*
1
2
10
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Case
grounding
PE
Contact the detector
manufacture about whether
to perform the P5V wiring or
P5(+5V)not.
2
0.5mm
2
0.2mm
LG
A
A*
B
B*
Z
Z*
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
SHD
Contact the detector manufacture
for the details.
(Note) This cable must be prepared by the user.
<Serial communication detector (linear scale, etc.) cable connection diagram>
Servo drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Machine side serial
communication detector
0.5mm
P5(+5V)
LG
RQ
RQ*
SD
SD*
Case
grounding
1
2
9
10
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
0.5mm
2
LG
0.2mm
0.2mm
Contact the detector
manufacture about whether
to perform the P5V wiring or
not.
P5(+5V)
2
2
PE
RQ
RQ*
SD
SD*
SHD
Contact the detector manufacture
for the details.
(Note) This cable must be prepared by the user.
POINT
For compatible detector, refer to the section “4-1 Servo option” in
MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 series Specifications Manual.
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5.2 Cable Connection Diagram
5.2.2 Spindle Detector Cable
<CNP2E-1 cable connection diagram>
Spindle drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Spindle motor side connector
Connector: 172169-1
Contact: 170363-1(AWG26-22)
170364-1(AWG22-18)
(Note)
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
0.5mm
MT1
MT2
5
6
0.2mm
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
7
8
3
4
Case
grounding
PE
2
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
7
8
P5(+5V)
LG
2
1
MT1
MT2
5
6
3
4
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
9
SHD
(Note) For the pin “7” or “8”, use the contact “170364-1”.
For the other pins, use the contact “170363-1”.
<For 15m or less>
Spindle drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Spindle motor side connector
Connector: 172169-1
Contact: 170363-1(AWG26-22)
170364-1(AWG22-18)
(Note)
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
0.5mm
2
MT1
MT2
5
6
0.2mm
2
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
7
8
3
4
Case
grounding
PE
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
7
8
P5(+5V)
LG
2
1
MT1
MT2
5
6
3
4
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
9
SHD
(Note) For the pin “7” or “8”, use the contact “170364-1”.
For the other pins, use the contact “170363-1”.
<For 15m to 30m>
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5.2 Cable Connection Diagram
<CNP3EZ-2P, CNP3EZ-3P cable connection diagram>
Spindle drive unit side connector
Spindle motor side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
P5(+5V)
LG
ABZSEL*
A
A*
1
2
10
3
4
B
B*
Z
Z*
5
6
7
8
Case
grounding
PE
Connector: MS3106A20-29S(D190)
Back shell: CE02-20BS-S (straight)
CE-20BA-S (angle)
Clamp: CE3057-12A-3
0.5mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
1
2
P5(+5V)
LG
3
4
A
A*
5
6
7
8
B
B*
Z
Z*
<For 15m or less>
Spindle drive unit side connector
Spindle motor side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
P5(+5V)
LG
ABZSEL*
A
A*
1
2
10
3
4
B
B*
Z
Z*
5
6
7
8
Case
grounding
PE
Connector: MS3106A20-29S(D190)
Back shell: CE02-20BS-S (straight)
CE-20BA-S (angle)
Clamp: CE3057-12A-3
0.5mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
<For 15m to 30m>
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1
2
P5(+5V)
LG
3
4
A
A*
5
6
7
8
B
B*
Z
Z*
Appendix 5. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3)
5.2 Cable Connection Diagram
5.2.3 C Axis Detector Cable (For Serial Interface Conversion Unit APE391M Connection)
<Serial communication detector cable connection diagram>
Spindle drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
APE391M side connector
0.5mm
P5(+5V)
LG
RQ
RQ*
SD
SD*
Case
grounding
1
2
9
10
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
0.5mm
2
0.2mm
2
0.2mm
2
PE
4,12
2,10
8
15
P5(+5V)
LG
Note: Check with the
manufacturer of the
detector to be connected
RQ
whether to do P5V wiring.
RQ*
5
13
SD
SD*
PE
SHD
Contact the detector manufacturer.
(Note) The cable must be prepared by the user.
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5.3 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
5.3 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
5.3.1 Optical Communication Cable
(1) For wiring between drive units (inside panel)
Optical communication connector
Manufacturer: Japan Aviation Electronics Industry
<Type>
Connector: 2F-2D103
[Unit: mm]
(6.7)
(15) (13.4)
(20.9)
Protection tube
(2.3)
(1.7)
8+0
37.65
Cable appearance
<Type>
Connector: 2F-2D103
(Japan Aviation
Electronics Industry)
Optical fiber: ESKA Premium
(MITSUBISHI RAYON)
[Unit: m]
(L≦0.1)
(L≧0.2)
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
The POF fiber's light amount will drop depending on how the fibers are wound. So, try to avoid wiring the fibers.
Do not wire the optical fiber cable to moving sections.
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5.3 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
(2) For wiring between drive units (outside panel)
Optical communication connector
Manufacturer: Tyco Electronics AMP
<Type>
Connector: 1123445-1
8.5
20.3
[Unit: mm]
22.7
Cable appearance
<Type>
Connector: 1123445-1
(Tyco Electronics AMP)
Optical fiber: ESKA Premium
(MITSUBISHI RAYON)
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
The PCF fiber's light amount will drop depending on how the fibers are wound. So, try to avoid wiring the fibers.
Do not wire the optical fiber cable to moving sections.
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5.3 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
5.3.2 Servo Detector Connector
Motor side detector connector / Ball screw side detector for connector
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Plug: CM10-SP10S-M
ø21
ø18.9
[Unit: mm]
(51.4)
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Plug: CM10-AP10S-M
34
ø18.9
or less
[Unit: mm]
ø21
32.5
(Note) For the manufacturing method of CM10 series connector, refer to the section "Cable and connector assembly" in
MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 Instruction Manual.
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5.3 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
MDS-B-HR connector
Manufacturer: Hirose Electric
<Type>
Plug: RM15WTP-8S
[Unit: mm]
M16×0.75
15.2
23
M19×1
36.8
Manufacturer: Hirose Electric
<Type>
Clamp: RM15WTP-CP (10)
[Unit: mm]
20
10.5
8.5
19
M16×0.75
Servo drive unit connector for CN2/3
Manufacturer: 3M
<Type>
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
[Unit: mm]
22.7
33.9
Manufacturer: MOLEX
<Type>
Connector set: 54599-1019
8
22.4
10
240
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5.3 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
5.3.3 Brake Connector
Brake connector for HF
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Plug: CM10-SP2S-S
ø21
ø18.9
[Unit: mm]
(51.4)
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Plug: CM10-AP2S-S
34
ø18.9
or less
[Unit: mm]
ø21
32.5
(Note) For the manufacturing method of CM10 series connector, refer to the section "Cable and connector assembly" in
MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 Instruction Manual.
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5.3 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
5.3.4 Power Connector
Motor power connector
Manufacturer: DDK
D or less
W
A
øB +0-0.38
øC±0.8
7.85 or more
Plug:
Type
CE05-6A18-10SD-C-BSS
CE05-6A22-22SD-C-BSS
B +0
-0.38
34.13
40.48
A
1
1 /8-18UNEF-2B
3
1 /8-18UNEF-2B
C±0.8
32.1
38.3
D or less
57
61
[Unit: mm]
W
1-20UNEF-2A
3
1 /16-18UNEF-2A
Manufacturer: DDK
D or less
øB +0-0.38
Y or
more
U±0.7
(S) ±1
R±0.7
A
W
Plug:
Type
CE05-8A18-10SD-C-BAS
CE05-8A22-22SD-C-BAS
D or less
B +0
W
-0.38
34.13
69.5
1-20UNEF-2A
3
40.48
75.5
1 /16-18UNEF-2A
A
1
1 /8-18UNEF-2B
3
1 /8-18UNEF-2B
R±0.7
13.2
16.3
U±0.7
30.2
33.3
[Unit: mm]
(S) ±1 Y or more
43.4
7.5
49.6
7.5
Manufacturer: DDK
(D)
A
C
(Bushing inner
diameter)
G±0.7
1.6
øF
B±0.7
V screw
øE
(Inner diameter of cable clamp)
H
(Movable range of one side)
Clamp:
[Unit: mm]
Type
Avail.
Total Outer
Shell length dia. screw
length
size
A
CE3057-10A-1(D240)
CE3057-12A-1(D240)
18
20
B
C
Fitting screw
D
E
F
G
H
Bushing
V
23.8 30.1 10.3 41.3 15.9 14.1 31.7 3.2 1-20UNEF-2B CE3420-10-1
3
23.8 35 10.3 41.3 19 16.0 37.3 4 1 /16-18UNEF-2B CE3420-12-1
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Applicable
cable
φ10.5~φ14.1
φ12.5~φ16.0
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5.3 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
5.3.5 Drive Unit Side Main Circuit Connector
Drive unit
CNP1 connector (for power supply), CNP3 connector (for motor power)
Manufacturer: Molex
Housing
Housing cover
A
(B)
5
7.5
Pitch
7.5
Type
54928-0670
54928-0370
1.5
A
44
21.5
B
37.5
15
[Unit: mm]
No. of poles
6 (for CNP1)
3 (for CNP3)
30.7
7.62
A+7.6
18.1
Manufacturer: Phoenix contact
14.7
7.62
7.62
A
Type
PC4/6-STF-7.62-CRWH
PC4/3-STF-7.62-CRWH
Drive unit
A
38.10
15.24
[Unit: mm]
No. of poles
6 (for CNP1)
3 (for CNP3)
CNP2 connector (for control power)
[Unit: mm]
Manufacturer: Molex
<Type>
Connector: 54927-0520
26.5
Housing
(20)
5
Pitch
1.5
5
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5.3 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
Connection lever for drive unit
[Unit: mm]
Manufacturer: Molex
<Type>
Connector: 54932-0000
20.6
4.9
3.4
10
(7.7)
7.7
MXJ □
54932
4.7
(3)
6.5
(4.9)
(3.4)
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5.3 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
5.3.6 Spindle Detector Connector
Spindle drive unit Connector for CN2/3
Manufacturer: 3M
<Type>
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
[Unit: mm]
22.7
11
33.9
Manufacturer: MOLEX
<Type>
Connector set: 54599-1019
8
22.4
10
Motor side PLG connector
Manufacturer: Tyco Electronics AMP
<Type>
Plug: 172169-1
[Unit: mm]
23.7 ± 0.4
16 ± 0.4
14
8.4
4.2
9.3
4.2
8.4
14
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2.8
2.8
Appendix 5. Servo/Spindle Cable and Connector Specifications (MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3)
5.3 Connector Outline Dimension Drawings
Spindle side detector connector (for OSA1024)
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Connector: MS3106A20-29S (D190)
[Unit: mm]
1
Gasket
1 /4-18UNEF-2B
φ26.8
+0.05
-0.25
φ37.28 +0
-0.38
18.26±0.12
1
1 /8-18UNEF-2A
12.16±0.3
34.11±0.5
H or less
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Straight back shell: CE02-20BS-S
[Unit: mm]
35
3
1 /16-18UNEF-2A screw
10.9
φ17.8
φ35
11/8-18UNEF-2B
screw
O-ring
7.85 or more
(effective screw length)
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Angle back shell: CE-20BA-S
31.6
(Spanner grip)
[Unit: mm]
50.5 or less
1
O-ring
φ38.6
1 /4-18UNEF-2B screw
7.5 or more
33.3
(49.6)
16.3
39.6 or less
3
1 /16-18UNEF-2A screw
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Cable clamp: CE3057-12A-3
[Unit: mm]
(41.3)
23.8
10.3
37.3±0.7
φ19
(ブ
φ10
35±0.7
1.6
グ内径)
3
1 /16-18UNEF-2B screw
(Cable clamp inside diameter)
4
(Moveable range of one side)
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Appendix 6. Precautions for Wiring M700 Series
6.1 Connecting the Optical Fiber Cable
Appendix 6. Precautions for Wiring M700 Series
6.1 Connecting the Optical Fiber Cable
An optical fiber cable is used for communication between the control unit and MDS-D/DH Series drive unit.
Special precautions, differing from the conventional cable, are required when laying and handling the optical
fiber cable.
6.1.1 Outline of Optical Fiber Cable and Names of Each Part
Fiber code/connector connection section
Bushing
Reinforced
sheath
Optical connector
20.3
Fiber cord
150
35
7
22.7
To ensure the system performance and reliability, purchase the optical fiber cable from Mitsubishi. A
machining drawing is given in "Appendix 2." as reference, but the purchased optical fiber cable cannot be cut
or connected by the machine tool builder.
6.1.2 Precautions for Handling Optical Fiber Cable
(1) A protective cap is attached to the optical module and optical fiber cable mounted on the PCB when the
system is delivered. Leaving this protective cap unattached could result in connection faults from the
adherence of dirt and dust. Do not remove the protective cap when not connecting the cable. If dirty,
wipe off lightly with a piece of dry gauze, etc. (Do not use solvents such as alcohol as the optical fiber
material could melt.)
(2) Hold the connector section when connecting or disconnecting the optical connector. Holding the fiber
cord will result in force exceeding the tolerable tension on the fiber cord and connector connection
section, and could cause the fiber cord to dislocate from the optical connector thereby inhibiting use.
(3) The optical connector cannot be connected in reversed. Check the connector orientation when
connecting the optical fiber cable to the optical module. Align the connector lock lever with the lock holes
on the PCB's optical module, and press the connector straight in. Confirm that the lock lever connects
with the optical module and that a "click" is heard.
(4) When disconnecting the optical fiber cable from the PCB, press the lock release buttons on the lock lever,
and pull out the cable while holding the connector section. The connector could be damaged if the cable
is pulled without pressing down on the lock release buttons.
(5) Do not apply excessive force onto the optical fiber cable by stepping on it or dropping tools, etc., on it.
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Appendix 6. Precautions for Wiring M700 Series
6.1 Connecting the Optical Fiber Cable
6.1.3 Precautions for Laying Optical Fiber Cable
(1) Do not apply a force exceeding the cable's tolerable tension. Binding the cables too tight with tie-wraps
could result in an increased loss or a disconnection. Use a cushioning material such as a sponge or
rubber when bundling the cables and fix so that the cables do not move.
(2) Do not connect the cables with a radius less than the tolerable bending radius. Excessive stress could be
applied near the connector connection section and cause the optical characteristics to drop. The cable
bending radius should be 10 times or more than the outer diameter at the reinforced sheath, and 20
times or more than the outer diameter at the fiber cord section.
(3) Do not apply torsion to the optical fiber cable. Laying a twisted cable could cause the optical
characteristics to drop.
(4) When laying the cables in a conduit, avoid applying stress on the fiber cord and connector connection
section. Use the tensile end such as a pulling eye or cable grip, etc.
(5) Fix the reinforced sheath with a cable clamp so that the mass of the optical fiber cable is not directly
applied on the fiber cord and connector connection section.
(6) Never bundle the cables with vinyl tape. The plasticizing material in the vinyl tape could cause the POF
cable to break.
(7) Loop the excessive cable with twice or more than the minimum bending radius R.
Recommended clamp material: CKN-13SP KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES.
6.2 Precautions for Connecting Peripheral Devices
(1) There is compatibility between the devices connected to the commercially available compact flash
memory and USB interface, so not all operations can be guaranteed. The operation must be confirmed
by the machine tool builder.
The dustproof properties, splashproof properties and noise effect, etc., of the commercially available
devices may not be taken into consideration in all cases.
6.3 Precautions for Connecting 24V Power Supply
(1) When 24V power is supplied to the unit (control unit, display unit) under the following conditions,
welding may occur on the contacts due to rush current; so be careful.
When 24VDC's ON/OFF are directly controlled by a magnetic switch such as relay AND
When heat capacity of the contacts for relay, etc. used to control 24VDC's ON/OFF is small.
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Appendix 6. Precautions for Wiring M700 Series
6.4 Connection Example When Not Using Operation Panel I/O Unit
6.4 Connection Example When Not Using Operation Panel I/O Unit
Connection examples when not using operation panel I/O unit are introduced in this section.
(Note) Operation panel I/O unit is effective to simplify the wiring, etc.
Whether or not to adopt the operation panel I/O unit should be carefully considered at the machine tool
builder side.
[Examples when not using operation panel I/O unit]
(Example 1) When operation area is made by using card-sized I/O card or scan I/O card, etc.
(Example 2) When electric cabinet (control unit section) and operation panel (display unit section) are placed
within the same control panel.
(When the space between control unit and display unit is small, and simplification of wiring
between those units is not as significant.)
(Example 3) When machine operation panel and keyboard unit are not necessary to be installed by using a
display unit with touch panel.
The following is a general connection diagram when not using operation I/O unit.
(Examples when using display unit with touch panel)
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Appendix 6. Precautions for Wiring M700 Series
6.4 Connection Example When Not Using Operation Panel I/O Unit
The unit names, cable names and various specifications are
subject to change without notice. Always confirm these details
before placing an order.
RST
Dotted lines indicate sections prepared
by machine tool builder
Circuit
breaker
ON
Display Unit FCU7-DA
OFF
CF01
MC
F110
MC
ON
CF24
G170
10.4-type/15-type
LCD
touch panel type
F480
G093
USB
interface
Menu key
G420
EMG
Hard Disk Unit
FCU7-HD001-1
ON/
OFF
24Vdc
Power Supply
DCOUT
LCD
TPOUT
(touch panel I/F)
DCOUT
Circuit
breaker
CF
INV
-31
IC memory card
interface
Backlight
inverter
ON/
OFF
OFF
PD25/PD27
PC
Board
DCIN
G171
MC
ACIN
-21/FCU7-DA
IC memory card interface
HDD
24Vdc
F140
Can be added
onto back of
keyboard
HDD
ACIN
USB
CF25
MENUKEY
FDD
FRONT_OUT
SIO LAN USB2 USB1
G291
FG
Circuit
breaker
FDD
F130
FG
PC Keyboard
G031/G032 Cable
RS-232C
Device
Mouse
LAN
G300 Cable
R300/R301 Cable
OT release SW
E-TM
terminal
connector
EMG
F120 Cable
LAN1
Machine operation panel
OPI
CF
EMG
RA
FG
RS-232C
Device
F070 Cable
24Vdc
SIO x 2
DCIN
F034/F035 Cable
SKIP
SIO
CNC Unit
FCU7-MU001/MU002
/MU011/MA011
SKIP
EXT-CON
ENC SV1 SV2 RIO1 RIO2
FCUA-R030 Cable
Sensor signals. 8 pints
Manual pulse
generator
UFO-01-2Z9
(5V)
Sync.
Encoder
OPT1 SDIO
G023/G024 Cable
G380/G395/G396
(Max:20m)
MDS-D/DH
Spindle/Servo
Drives
FCUA-R050,R054 Cable
SH21 Cable
FCUA-R211 Remote I/O unit
FCUA-R211 Cable(SH41 Cable) Remote I/O unit
(SH41)
RIO1 RIO2
RIO1 RIO2
DX101
DX101
DCIN
DCIN
24Vdc
24Vdc
Machine I/O
To next unit or
terminator
Max: 256/256
Machine I/O
SH21 Cable
FCUA-R211 Cable(SH41 Cable)
24Vdc
Remote I/O unit FCUA-R211 Remote I/O unit
(SH41)
RIO1 RIO2
RIO1 RIO2
DX101
DX101
DCIN
DCIN
24Vdc
Machine I/O
To next unit or
terminator
Max: 256/256
Machine I/O
(Note 1) In this connection example, control unit's LAN connector is occupied for communication with
display unit. So, external LAN communication directly from control unit is not possible.
(Note 2) Always connect terminal connector E-TM (separately sold) to control unit's OPI connector. If not
connected, no operation occurs due to emergency stop state.
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6.5 Ferrite Core Installation Method
6.5 Ferrite Core Installation Method
Ferrite cores come with each unit. Connect them in the following manner.
(1) Wind a cable once around the ferrite core.
(2) Attach the case by pressing until a click sound is heard.
(3) Fix with a binding band so that the ferrite core position does not shift.
[24VDC input cable]
Binding band
Wind a cable once
Approx. 5cm
Cased ferrite core
Cable
Connect the cable to MITSUBISHI operation
panel I/O unit 24VDC input connector.
[RS-232C cable]
Binding band
Wind a cable once
Approx. 5cm
Cased ferrite core
Connect the cable to MITSUBISHI
display unit RS-232C connector.
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Cable
Appendix 6. Precautions for Wiring M700 Series
6.6 Example of Handy Terminal Connections
6.6 Example of Handy Terminal Connections
The items related to handy terminal connections are explained in this section.
6.6.1 Environment Specifications for Handy Terminal
Unit name
Handy terminal
Type
HG1T-SB12UH-MK1346-L5
Item
Ambient
temperature
During
0 to 40°C
operation
During
-20 to 60°C
storage
General
specifications
Ambient
Long term: 10 to 75%RH (with no dew condensation)
humidity
Short term: 10 to 95%RH (with no dew condensation) (Note 1)
Vibration
resistance
During
9.8m/s2 [1.0G] or less
10 to 55Hz
operation
Shock
During
resistance
storage
Working
98m/s2 [10.0G] or less
No corrosive gases, dust or oil mist
atmosphere
Power voltage
Power
specifications
Current
24VDC±5%, ripple noise 240mV (P-P)
(max)
0.2A
consumption
Instantaneous
stop
24VDC: 4ms or less
toleranc
time
Others
Heating value
4W (max)
Mass
600g
(Note 1) The period defined as "short term" is within one month.
(Note 2) The unit is an IP65F equivalent.
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6.6 Example of Handy Terminal Connections
6.6.2 Outline Drawing of Handy Terminal
133
46.7
(10)
(1)
51
38
(11)
15
11.5
(2)
(6)
255
(3)
(5)
(4)
(9)
(7)
90
(8)
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Appendix 6. Precautions for Wiring M700 Series
6.6 Example of Handy Terminal Connections
Explanation of handy terminal functions
No. Name
(1)
(2)
LCD
SW1
Function/Specification
No. Name
Function/Specification
192(W) x 64(H) dots
(7) HOST Host interface connector
(DDK:17JE-23250-02(D8A6))
Emergency stop switch
(8)
-
Host interface cable
(5m)
Membrane switch (Note)
(9)
-
Enable switch
(10)
-
Simplified hand strap
(IDEC Corporation: HG9Z-PS1)
Panel hanging fitting
(IDEC Corporation: HG9Z-TK1)
(11)
-
Monochrome display with backlight
Contact rating/Contact: 24VDC, 1A
Contact configuration: 2b contacts
(IDEC Corporation:
HA1E-V2S2VR)
(3)
-
(4)
SW2
Contact rating/Contact: 24VDC, 50mA
Contact configuration:
3 position contact x 2
(OFF-ON-OFF)
(IDEC Corporation: HE3B-M2)
(5)
SW4
Manual pulse generator
Serial number plate
Output: Open collector
4.7kΩ pull-up resistor is connected.
(TOKYO SOKUTEIKIZAI CO., LTD:
RE19PH50C16RR)
(6)
SW6
Selector switch
(Note) Cautions about simultaneous pressing of multiple switches (impossible): When 3 or more switches
are pressed simultaneously, unpressed switches are also detected as pressed ones.
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6.6 Example of Handy Terminal Connections
6.6.3 Connections of Handy Terminal
Connect handy terminal to the control unit connector SIO and ENC.
Connect the emergency stop switch (SW1), enable switch (SW2), selector switch (SW) and 24VDC input to
the control panel terminal block.
ハンディターミナル
Handy terminal
制御ユニット
Control
unit
MITSUBISHI
SIO
SIO
ENC
ENC
SIO
SIO
G430
cable
G430ケーブル
コネクター名称:HOST
Connector
name: HOST
ENC
ENC
FG
FG
Control
panel
制御盤端子台
terminal block
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6.6 Example of Handy Terminal Connections
6.6.4 Explanation of Handy Terminal Signals and Connection Cables
(1) G430 cable
HOST
ENC
Plug: 10120-3000VL
HA1A
HA1B
0V
8
18
5
16
17
20
HA
HB
0V
Shell: 10320-52F0-008
Recommended manufacturer: 3M
Wire material:
UL1061-2464 AWG28 x 3P
Recommended manufacturer:
Oki Electric Cable
FG
SIO
RD(RXD)
SD(TXD)
7
17
14
15
SD(TXD)
RD(RXD)
CS(CTS)
RS(RTS)
8
18
7
8
RS(RTS)
CS(CTS)
DR(DSR)
ER(DTR)
0V
9
19
11
6
0V
1
FG
Plug: CDB-25S
Contact: CD-SC-221 x 21
Recommended manufacturer:
Hirose Electric
FG
Crimp terminal: R1.25-3.5
Recommened manufacturer: JST
Wire material:
UL1061-2464 AWG24 x 8P
Recommended manufacturer:
DED1
DCOM1
Oki Electric Cable
9
10
SW2_C11
SW2_C12
DED2
DCOM2
21
22
SW2_C21
SW2_C22
EMG1
ECOM1
11
12
SW1_NC11
SW1_NC12
EMG2
ECOM2
23
24
SW1_NC21
SW1_NC22
SEL1
SCOM1
18
19
SW6_NO1
SW6_C1
+24V
0V
25
13
24VDC(+)
24VDC(-)
(Note)
Fold the cable shield over
the sheath, and warp
copper foil tape over it.
Connect the wound
copper foil tape to the
connector's GND plate.
FG
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FG terminal
Crimp terminal: V1.25-4
Recommended manufacturer: JST
Wire material:
UL1061-2464 AWG18 (Green)
Recommended manufacturer:
Oki Electric Cable
Appendix 6. Precautions for Wiring M700 Series
6.6 Example of Handy Terminal Connections
(2) Signal explanation
HOST
HOST connector
Input
terminal
signal name
Output
Function/Name
No.
1
FG
-
Frame ground
2
Reserved
-
Reserved
3
Reserved
-
Reserved
4
Reserved
-
Reserved
5
Reserved
-
Reserved
6
0V
-
Communication signal ground
7
RS(RTS)
O
8
CS(CTS)
I
9
SW2_C11
-
Enable switch contact 1 terminal 1
10
SW2_C12
-
Enable switch contact 1 terminal 2
11
SW1_NC11
-
12
SW1_NC12
-
13
24VDC(-)
I
14
SD(TXD)
O
15
RD(RXD)
I
16
HA
O
17
HB
O
18
SW6_NO1
-
Switchover switch terminal 1
19
SW6_C1
-
Switchover switch terminal 2
20
0V
-
Ground
21
SW2_C21
-
Enable switch contact 2 terminal 1
22
SW2_C22
-
Enable switch contact 2 terminal 2
23
SW1_NC21
-
24
SW1_NC22
-
25
24VDC(+)
I
RS-232C
communication
signal
(Request To Send)
RS-232C
communication
signal
(Clear To Send)
Emergency stop switch contact 1
terminal 1
Emergency stop switch contact 1
terminal 2
24VDC ground
RS-232C communication signal (Send
Data)
RS-232C
communication
signal
(Receive Data)
Manual pulse generator A phase
signal
Manual pulse generator B phase
signal
Emergency stop switch contact 2
terminal 1
Emergency stop switch contact 2
terminal 2
24VDC power supply input
(Note) The input/output goes to/from the handy terminal.
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6.6 Example of Handy Terminal Connections
(3) Terminal connections
Handy terminal side
25
24VDC power supply input
+5V
24VDC(+)
Insulation type
DC-DC
converter
24VDC(-)
13
9
10
Enable switch
21
22
11
12
Emergency stop switch
23
24
18
Switchover switch
19
0V
SW2_C11
SW2_C12
SW2_C21
SW2_C22
SW1_NC11
SW1_NC12
SW1_NC21
SW1_NC22
SW6_NO1
SW6_C1
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Appendix 7. Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries
7.1 Restriction for Packing
Appendix 7. Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries
7.1 Restriction for Packing
The United Nations Dangerous Goods Regulations "Article 12" became effective from 2003. When
transporting lithium batteries with means subject to the UN Regulations, such as by air transport, measures
corresponding to the Regulations must be taken. The UN Regulations classify the batteries as dangerous
goods (Class 9) or not dangerous goods according to the lithium content.
To ensure safety during transportation, lithium batteries (battery unit) directly exported from Mitsubishi are
packaged in a dedicated container (UN package) for which safety has been confirmed. When the customer is
transporting these products with means subject to the UN Regulations, such as air transport, the shipper
must follow the details explained in the section "Appendix 7.1.2 Handling by User".
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7.1 Restriction for Packing
7.1.1 Target Products
The following Mitsubishi NC products use lithium batteries. The UN Regulations classify the batteries as
dangerous goods (Class 9) or not dangerous goods according to the lithium content. If the batteries subjected
to hazardous materials are incorporated in a device and shipped, a dedicated packaging (UN packaging) is
not required. However, the item must be packed and shipped following the Packing Instruction 912 specified
in the IATA DGR (Dangerous Goods Regulation) book.
Also, all lithium battery products incorporated in a machinery or device must be fixed securely in accordance
with the Packing Instruction 900 and shipped with protection in a way as to prevent damage or short-circuits.
(1) Products requiring dedicated packaging (Materials falling under Class 9)
Mitsubishi type
(Type for
arrangement)
MDS-A-BT-4
MDS-A-BT-6
MDS-A-BT-8
FCU6-BT4-D1
CR23500SE-CJ5
(Note1)
Battery type
ER6-B4-11
ER6-B6-11
ER6-B8-11
Combination of
ER6-B4D-11 and
ER6
CR23500SE-CJ5
Lithium metal
content
Application
2.6g
3.9g
5.2g
For servo
For servo
For servo
2.6g+0.65g
For NC/ servo
1.52g
For NC(M500)
Battery class
Battery
Battery cell
(2) Products not requiring dedicated packaging (Materials not falling under Class 9)
Mitsubishi type
(Type for
arrangement)
MDS-A-BT-2
FCU6-BTBOX series
CR2032
(for built-in battery)
CR2450
(for built-in battery)
ER6, ER6V series
(for built-in battery)
A6BAT(MR-BAT)
Q6BAT
MR-J3BAT
Battery type
Lithium metal
content
Application
Battery class
ER6-B2-12
2CR5
1.3g
1.96g
For servo
For NC/ servo
Battery
CR2032
0.067g
For NC
CR2450
0.173g
For NC
ER6, ER6V
0.7g
For NC/servo
ER17330V
Q6BAT
ER6V
0.48g
0.49g
0.65g
For servo
For NC
For servo
Battery cell
(Note 1) When CR23500SE-CJ5 is incorporated in the unit, this battery is not subject to the regulation.
(Note 2) Dedicated packaging is required if the shipment exceeds 12 batteries/24 battery cells. Package the
batteries so that this limit is not exceeded.
(Note 3) The battery units labelled as "FCUA-" instead of "MDS-A-" also use the same battery.
(Note 4) Always use the cell battery (A6BAT) in combination with the dedicated case (MDS-BTCASE).
Maximum 8 (either 2, 4, 6 or 8) cell batteries (A6BAT) can be installed to the dedicated case
(MDS-BTCASE).
Example) Rating nameplate
for battery units
Mitsubishi type
Safety class
Battery manufacturer type
Lithium metal content
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7.1 Restriction for Packing
7.1.2 Handling by User
The following technical opinion is solely Mitsubishi's opinion. The shipper must confirm the latest IATA
Dangerous Goods Regulations, IMDG Codes and laws and orders of the corresponding export country.
These should be checked by the company commissioned for the actual transportation.
IATA
IMDG Code
: International Air Transport Association
: A uniform international code for the transport of dangerous goods by seas
determined by IMO (International Maritime Organization).
■ When shipping isolated lithium battery products (Packing Instruction 903)
(1) Reshipping in Mitsubishi UN packaging
Mitsubishi packing applies the isolated battery's safety test and packaging specifications complying
with the UN Regulations (Packing Instruction 903).
The user only needs to add the following details before shipping. (Consult with the shipping company
for details.)
(a) Indication of container usage mark on exterior box (Label with following details recorded.)
• Proper shipping name (Lithium batteries)
• UN NO. (UN3090 for isolated battery, UN3091 for battery incorporated in a device or included)
• Shipper and consignee's address and name
Example of completing form
Consignee information
Shipper information
(b) Preparation of shipping documents (Declaration of dangerous goods)
(Refer to the section "Appendix 7.3 Example of Hazardous Goods Declaration List")
(2) When packaged by user
The user must follow UN Regulations when packing, preparing for shipping and preparing the
indications, etc.
(a) Packing a lithium battery falling under Class 9
• Consult with The Ship Equipment Inspection Society of Japan for details on packaging.
• Prepare for shipping as explained in "(1) Reshipping in Mitsubishi UN packaging".
The Ship Equipment Inspection Society of Japan
Headquarters Telephone: 03-3261-6611 Fax: 03-3261-6979
(b) Packing a lithium battery not falling under Class 9
• Cells and batteries are separated so as to prevent short circuits and are stored in a strong outer
packaging. (12 or less batteries, 24 or less cells.)
• Prepare for the certificates or test results showing compliance to battery safety test.
The safety test results have been obtained from the battery manufacturer. (Consult with
Mitsubishi when the safety test results are required.)
• Prepare for shipping as explained in "(1) Reshipping in Mitsubishi UN packaging".
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7.1 Restriction for Packing
■ When shipping lithium batteries upon incorporating in a machinery or device
(Packing Instruction 900)
Pack and prepare for shipping the item in accordance with the Packing Instruction 900 specified in the
IATA DGR (Dangerous Goods Regulation) book. (Securely fix the batteries that comply with the UN
Manual of Tests and Criteria to a machinery or device, and protect in a way as to prevent damage or
short-circuit.)
Note that all the lithium batteries provided by Mitsubishi have cleared the UN recommended safety test;
fixing the battery units or cable wirings securely to the machinery or device will be the user’s responsibility.
Check with your shipping company for details on packing and transportation.
■ When shipping a device with lithium batteries incorporated (Packing Instruction 912)
A device incorporating lithium batteries does not require a dedicated packaging (UN packaging). However,
the item must be packed, prepared for shipping and labeled following the Packing Instruction 912 specified
in the IATA DGR (Dangerous Goods Regulation) book.
Check with your shipping company for details on packing and transportation.
The outline of the Packing Instruction 912 is as follows:
• All the items in the packing instructions for shipping the isolated lithium battery products (Packing
Instruction 903) must be satisfied, except for the items related to container, short-circuit, and
fixation.
• A device incorporating lithium batteries has to be stored in a strong water-proofed outer packaging.
• To prevent an accidental movement during shipment, securely store the item in an outer packaging.
• Lithium content per device should be not more than 12g for cell and 500g for battery.
• Lithium battery mass per device should be not more than 5kg.
7.1.3 Reference
Refer to the following materials for details on the regulations and responses.
Guidelines regarding transportation of lithium batteries and lithium ion batteries (Edition 2)
• • • • • Battery Association of Japan
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7.2 Issuing Domestic Law of the United States for Primary Lithium Battery Transportation
7.2 Issuing Domestic Law of the United States for Primary Lithium Battery
Transportation
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Research and Special Programs Administration (RSPA)
announced an additional regulation (interim final rule) for the primary lithium batteries transportation
restrictions item in "Federal Register" on Dec.15 2004. This regulation became effective from Dec.29, 2004.
This law is a domestic law of the United States, however if also applies to the domestic flight and international
flight departing from or arriving in the United States. Therefore, when transporting lithium batteries to the
United State, or within the United State, the shipper must take measures required to transport lithium
batteries.
Refer to the Federal Register and the code of Federal Regulation ("Appendix 7.2.4 Reference") for details.
7.2.1 Outline of regulation
(1) Transporting primary lithium battery by passenger aircraft is forbidden.
• Excluding primary lithium battery for personal use in a carry-on or checked luggage
(Lithium metal content should be not more than 5g for cell and 25g for battery. For details on the lithium
metal content, refer to "Appendix 7.1.1 Target Products".)
(2) When transporting primary lithium battery by cargo aircraft, indicate that transportation by passenger
aircraft is forbidden on the exterior box.
7.2.2 Target products
All NC products for which the lithium batteries are used are subject to the regulation.
(Refer to the table "Appendix 7.1.1 Target products".)
7.2.3 Handling by user
The "Appendix 7.2.1 Outline of Regulation" described above is solely Mitsubishi's opinion. The shipper must
confirm orders of "Appendix 7.2.4 Reference" described below for transportation method corresponding the
regulation. Actually, these should be checked by the company commissioned for the actual lithium buttery
transportation.
(1) Indication of exterior box
When transporting primary lithium battery by cargo aircraft, indicate that transportation by passenger
aircraft is forbidden on the exterior box.
Display example
PRIMARY LITHIUM BATTERIES
FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT.
• The character color must be displayed with contrast. (black characters against white background, black
characters against yellow background, etc.)
• The height (size) of characters to be displayed is prescribed depending on the packaging mass.
When the total mass is over 30kg:
at least 12mm
When the total mass is less than 30kg:
at least 6mm
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7.2 Issuing Domestic Law of the United States for Primary Lithium Battery Transportation
7.2.4 Reference
(1) Federal Register (Docket No. RSPA-2004-19884 (HM-224E) ) PDF format
http://www.regulations.gov/fredpdfs/05-11765.pdf
(2) 49CFR (Code of Federal Regulation, Title49) (173.185 Lithium batteries and cells.)
http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/waisidx_00/49cfr173_00.html
(3) DOT regulation body (Department of Transportation)
http://hazmat.dot.gov/regs/rules/final/69fr/docs/69fr-75207.pdf
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7.3 Example of Hazardous Goods Declaration List
7.3 Example of Hazardous Goods Declaration List
This section describes a general example of the hazardous goods declaration list. For details, please
inquire each transportation company.
This will be applied only to the batteries described in "Appendix 7.1 Restriction for Packing".
(1) Outline of hazard
Principal hazard and effect
Specific hazard
Environmental effect
Possible state of emergency
Not found.
As the chemical substance is stored in a sealed metal container, the battery itself is
not hazardous. But when the internal lithium metal attaches to human skin, it
causes a chemical skin burn. As a reaction of lithium with water, it may ignite or
forms flammable hydrogen gas.
Not found.
Damages or short-circuits may occur due to external mechanical or electrical
pressures.
(2) First-aid measure
Inhalation
If a person inhales the vapor of the substance due to the battery damage, move the
person immediately to fresh air. If the person feels sick, consult a doctor
immediately.
If the content of the battery attaches to human skin, wash off immediately with water
and soap. If skin irritation persists, consult a doctor.
In case of contact with eyes due to the battery damage, rinse immediately with a
plenty of water for at least 15 minutes and then consult a doctor.
If swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
Skin contact
Eye contact
Ingestion
(3) Fire-fighting measure
Appropriate fire-extinguisher
Special fire-fighting measure
Protectors against fire
Dry sand, dry chemical, graphite powder or carbon dioxide gas
Keep the battery away from the fireplace to prevent fire spreading.
Fire-protection gloves, eye/face protector (face mask), body/skin protective cloth
(4) Measure for leakage
Environmental precaution
How to remove
Dispose of them immediately because strong odors are produced when left for a
long time.
Get them absorbed into dry sand and then collect the sand in an empty container.
(5) Handling and storage
Cautions for safety
handling
Handling
Storage
Appropriate storage
condition
Material to avoid
Do not peel the external tube or damage it.
Do not dispose of the battery in fire or expose it to heat.
Do not immerse the battery in water or get it wet.
Do not throw the battery.
Do not disassemble, modify or transform the battery.
Do not short-circuit the battery.
Avoid direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity.
o
(Recommended temp. range: +5 to +35 C, humidity: 70%RH or less)
Flammable or conductive material (Metal: may cause a short-circuit)
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7.3 Example of Hazardous Goods Declaration List
(6) Physical/chemical properties
Appearance
Physical form
Shape
Smell
pH
Boiling point/Boiling
range,
Melting point,
Decomposition
temperature,
Flash point
Solid
Cylinder type
Odorless
Not applicable (insoluble)
No information
(7) Stability and reactivity
Stability
Condition to avoid
Hazardous decomposition
products
Stable under normal handling condition.
Do not mix multiple batteries with their terminals uninsulated.
short-circuit, resulting in heating, bursting or ignition.
Irritative or toxic gas is emitted in the case of fire.
This may cause a
(8) Toxicological information
As the chemical substance is stored in a sealed metal container, the battery has no harmfulness. Just
for reference, the table below describes the main substance of the battery.
(Lithium metal)
Acute toxicity
Local effect
No information
Corrosive action in case of skin contact
(9) Ecological information
Mobility,
Persistence/Decomposability,
Bio-accumulation potential,
Ecological toxicity
Not found.
(10) Caution for disposal
Dispose of the battery following local laws or regulations.
Pack the battery properly to prevent a short-circuit and avoid contact with water.
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Appendix 8. Precautions for Compliance to UL/c-UL Standards
Appendix 8. Precautions for Compliance to UL/c-UL Standards
Observe the following matters to comply with UL/c-UL Standards.
Refer to "UL/c-UL Standards Compliance Unit Instruction Manual" (BNP-A2993-81) for details.
(1) Selection of external 24VDC power supply unit (The unit shall be prepared by the machine tool builder.)
MITSUBISHI CNC700 Series numerical control unit complies with the UL Standards on the condition that
the stabilized power supply unit supplying 24VDC to each unit is a UL-approved part.
Use a UL-approved part for the stabilized power supply unit supplying 24VDC to each unit.
(2) Unit ambient temperature
MITSUBISHI CNC700 Series numerical control unit complies with the UL Standards on the condition that
the unit is used at a temperature less than the maximum ambient temperature given in chapter 3.
Make sure that the maximum ambient temperature of each unit does not exceed the temperature given
in chapter 3.
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Appendix 9. Precautions for Use of Peripheral Devices and Commercially Available Devices
Appendix 9. Precautions for Use of Peripheral Devices and Commercially
Available Devices
Peripheral device
CF card
Precautions
Commercially available CF cards may not be compatible with MITSUBISHI units or
suitable for FA environment for temperature- or noise-wise. In the case of using it,
careful performance check must be required by the machine tool builder.
When inserting/removing a commercially available CF card, preferably, turn the
MITSUBISHI device's power OFF to avoid any troubles. When inserting/removing a
card while the power is ON, make sure to have sufficient time (approx. ten seconds
or more) in between.
Do not pull out the card or turn OFF the power during access to the CF card. Failure
to observe this could cause the memory contents to be erased. In case of
emergency, always perform backups by having your important data duplicated, etc.
as MITSUBISHI will not guarantee the broken or lost data. Be sure to inform this
matter to the end users.
Recommended products are the SanDisk products listed below:
64MB SDCFB-64-J60
(JAN: 4523052000294)
128MB SDCFB-128-J60 (JAN: 4523052000300)
256MB SDCFB-256-J60 (JAN: 4523052000317)
512MB SDCFB-512-J60 (JAN: 4523052000324)
1.0GB SDCFB-1024-J60 (JAN: 4523052000331)
PCCARD adapter SDAD-38-J60 (JAN: 4523052000645)
The performance of the above recommended products were checked under given
conditions. The same performance may not be attained at the end-user side because
of the difference in system environment. Also, no absolute performance guarantee
can be provided even for the same type name as its constituent parts may differ.
Some products may have been discontinued. Contact the respective manufacturer or
distributor for inquiries about orders.
PCMCIA card
Same as above
PS2 keyboard
MITSUBISHI will not provide performance guarantee and maintenance for
commercially available keyboard. Commercially available devices may not be
compatible with MITSUBISHI units or suitable for FA environment for temperature- or
noise-wise. In the case of using it, careful performance check must be required by
the machine tool builder.
Cable must be connected/disconnected after turning the unit's power OFF.
PS2 mouse
MITSUBISHI will not provide performance guarantee and maintenance for
commercially available mouse. Commercially available devices may not be
compatible with MITSUBISHI units or suitable for FA environment for temperature- or
noise-wise. In the case of using it, careful performance check must be required by
the machine tool builder.
Cable must be connected/disconnected after turning the unit's power OFF.
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Appendix 9. Precautions for Use of Peripheral Devices and Commercially Available Devices
Peripheral device
USB keyboard
Precautions
MITSUBISHI will not provide performance guarantee and maintenance for
commercially available USB keyboard. Commercially available devices may not be
compatible with MITSUBISHI units or suitable for FA environment for temperature- or
noise-wise. In the case of using it, careful performance check must be required by
the machine tool builder.
Commercially available USB keyboard is only available when developing applications
or during maintenance. It is not designed to be integrated into the unit.
Commercially available USB keyboard is susceptible to noise, etc. and may cause a
malfunction in the unit that may lead to an accident. Do not use it while the machine
is operated.
The performance of USB devices under plug-and-play is not guaranteed. When
inserting/removing USB devices, always turn the MITSUBISHI device's power OFF.
USB1 on the back of the display unit is used for mounting the MITSUBISHI keyboard
unit.
USB mouse
Same as above
Other USB devices
MITSUBISHI will not provide performance guarantee and maintenance for
commercially available USB printer, USB floppy disk, USB memory, USB hub,
USB-CDROM, USB-DVDRAM, and other USB devices. Commercially available
devices may not be compatible with MITSUBISHI units or suitable for FA
environment for temperature- or noise-wise. In the case of using it, careful
performance check must be required by the machine tool builder, and necessary
noise countermeasures, such as executing EMI countermeasures or adding the
ferrite cores, must be taken.
Other restrictions are the same as for USB keyboard.
Other precautions on
The maximum USB bus power (5VDC) that can be supplied from USB1 or USB2
USB
connector on the back of the display unit is 500mA each. Also, the maximum USB
bus power (5VDC) that can be supplied from the front IC card USB connector is
100mA.
When connecting a commercially available USB device that requires power
exceeding the maximum current, select the one of which power can be supplied from
an outside source. However, MITSUBISHI will not provide performance guarantee
and maintenance for commercially available USB devices. Commercially available
devices may not be compatible with MITSUBISHI units or suitable for FA
environment for temperature- or noise-wise. In the case of using it, careful
performance check must be required by the machine tool builder.
About shutting down
Always turn the power OFF after confirming the normal shutdown has been
performed. Failure to observe this could cause a malfunction. If the normal shutdown
failed, contact your local service department without turning the power OFF.
Hard disk
Mount the hard disk unit within ±15° with the cable lead-out side facing straight up.
Do not turn the power OFF during access to the hard disk. Failure to observe this
could cause a malfunction. In case of emergency, always perform backups by having
your important data duplicated, etc. as MITSUBISHI will not guarantee the broken or
lost data. Be sure to inform this matter to the end users.
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Appendix 9. Precautions for Use of Peripheral Devices and Commercially Available Devices
Peripheral device
Printer
Precautions
MITSUBISHI will not provide performance guarantee and maintenance for
commercially available printers and other external devices. Commercially available
devices may not be compatible with MITSUBISHI units or suitable for FA
environment for temperature- or noise-wise. In the case of using it, careful
performance check must be required by the machine tool builder.
When connecting/disconnecting cables, always turn OFF all the power of the unit and
printer. Startup the printer and the unit simultaneously, or power ON the printer
before the unit power is turned ON.
Floppy disk drive
The mode available for MITSUBISHI floppy disk drive is "2" (720k/1.44M bytes) only.
MITSUBISHI will not provide performance guarantee and maintenance for
commercially available floppy disk drives. Commercially available devices may not
be compatible with MITSUBISHI units or suitable for FA environment for
temperature- or noise-wise. In the case of using it, careful performance check must
be required by the machine tool builder.
Do not pull out the floppy disk or turn OFF the power during access to the floppy disk.
Failure to observe this could cause the memory contents to be erased. In case of
emergency, always perform backups by having your important data duplicated, etc.
as MITSUBISHI will not guarantee the broken or lost data. Be sure to inform this
matter to the end users.
Optical fiber cable
Optical fiber cables cannot be manufactured by the machine tool builder. Always use
the cables manufactured by MITSUBISHI. When optical fiber cables manufactured
by other than MITSUBISHI are used, malfunctions resulted from connection
problems or aged deterioration are not covered under the warranty.
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Revision History
Date of revision
Manual No.
Revision details
Jun. 2004
IB(NA)1500034-B
First edition created.
Nov. 2004
IB(NA)1500034-C
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Jun. 2005
IB(NA)1500034-D
• The following chapters and sections were added.
2.3.7, 2.3.11 to 2.3.14, 4.2.5, 4.6, 4.7, 5.8 to 5.10, 6 to 9
Appendix 2.2, 2.3, 2.8, 2.9, 2.20, 2.22, 2.30, 2.33, 2.34, 5.3 to 5.6, 6 to 8
• Appendix.1.15 was deleted.
• Contents regarding expansion unit and expansion card PROFIBUS-DP were
added, and the related sections were corrected.
• Mistakes were corrected.
Mar. 2007
IB(NA)1500034-E
• 15-type LCD was included in the contents.
• Contents regarding MDS-D-SVJ3/MDS-D-SPJ3 were added.
• Mistakes were corrected.
"2.2 Appearance of control unit" deleted.
"2.3.9 Hard disk unit" added.
"4.5 Hard disk unit" added.
"5.5 Hard disk unit" added.
"5.6 External power supply unit" added.
"5.7 Remote I/O unit" added.
"Appendix 3. Connectors" completely revised.
"Appendix 5. Precautions for wiring M700 Series" added.
Mistakes corrected.
Global service network
NORTH AMERICA FA Center
CHINA FA Center
EUROPEAN FA Center
KOREAN FA Center
ASEAN FA Center
HONG KONG FA Center
TAIWAN FA Center
North America FA Center (MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION INC.)
Illinois CNC Service Center
500 CORPORATE WOODS PARKWAY, VERNON HILLS, IL. 60061, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-847-478-2500 (Se
FAX: +1-847-478-2650 (Se
California CNC Service Center
5665 PLAZA DRIVE, CYPRESS, CA. 90630, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-714-220-4796
FAX: +1-714-229-3818
Georgia CNC Service Center
2810 PREMIERE PARKWAY SUITE 400, DULUTH, GA., 30097, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-678-258-4500
FAX: +1-678-258-4519
New Jersey CNC Service Center
200 COTTONTAIL LANE SOMERSET, NJ. 08873, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-732-560-4500
FAX: +1-732-560-4531
Michigan CNC Service Satellite
2545 38TH STREET, ALLEGAN, MI., 49010, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-847-478-2500
FAX: +1-269-673-4092
Ohio CNC Service Satellite
62 W. 500 S., ANDERSON, IN., 46013, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-847-478-2608
FAX: +1-847-478-2690
Texas CNC Service Satellite
1000, NOLEN DRIVE SUITE 200, GRAPEVINE, TX. 76051, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-817-251-7468
FAX: +1-817-416-1439
Canada CNC Service Center
4299 14TH AVENUE MARKHAM, ON. L3R OJ2, CANADA
TEL: +1-905-475-7728
FAX: +1-905-475-7935
Mexico CNC Service Center
MARIANO ESCOBEDO 69 TLALNEPANTLA, 54030 EDO. DE MEXICO
TEL: +52-55-9171-7662
FAX: +52-55-9171-7698
Monterrey CNC Service Satellite
ARGENTINA 3900, FRACC. LAS TORRES, MONTERREY, N.L., 64720, MEXICO
TEL: +52-81-8365-4171
FAX: +52-81-8365-4171
Brazil MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Center
(AUTOMOTION IND. COM. IMP. E EXP. LTDA.)
ACESSO JOSE SARTORELLI, KM 2.1 18550-000 BOITUVA – SP, BRAZIL
TEL: +55-15-3363-9900
FAX: +55-15-3363-9911
European FA Center (MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE B.V.)
Germany CNC Service Center
GOTHAER STRASSE 8, 40880 RATINGEN, GERMANY
TEL: +49-2102-486-0
FAX:+49-2102486-591
South Germany CNC Service Center
KURZE STRASSE. 40, 70794 FILDERSTADT-BONLANDEN, GERMANY
TEL: +49-711-3270-010
FAX: +49-711-3270-0141
France CNC Service Center
25, BOULEVARD DES BOUVETS, 92741 NANTERRE CEDEX FRANCE
TEL: +33-1-41-02-83-13
FAX: +33-1-49-01-07-25
Lyon CNC Service Satellite
U.K CNC Service Center
TRAVELLERS LANE, HATFIELD, HERTFORDSHIRE, AL10 8XB, U.K.
TEL: +44-1707-282-846
FAX:-44-1707-278-992
Italy CNC Service Center
ZONA INDUSTRIALE VIA ARCHIMEDE 35 20041 AGRATE BRIANZA, MILANO ITALY
TEL: +39-039-60531-342
FAX: +39-039-6053-206
Spain CNC Service Satellite
CTRA. DE RUBI, 76-80 -APDO.420 08190 SAINT CUGAT DEL VALLES, BARCELONA SPAIN
TEL: +34-935-65-2236
FAX:
Turkey MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Center
(GENEL TEKNIK SISTEMLER LTD. STI.)
DARULACEZE CAD. FAMAS IS MERKEZI A BLOCK NO.43 KAT2 80270 OKMEYDANI ISTANBUL,
TURKEY
TEL: +90-212-320-1640
FAX: +90-212-320-1649
Poland MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Center (MPL Technology Sp. z. o. o)
UL SLICZNA 34, 31-444 KRAKOW, POLAND
TEL: +48-12-632-28-85
FAX:
Wroclaw MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Satellite (MPL Technology Sp. z. o. o)
UL KOBIERZYCKA 23, 52-315 WROCLAW, POLAND
TEL: +48-71-333-77-53
FAX: +48-71-333-77-53
Czech MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Center
(AUTOCONT CONTROL SYSTEM S.R.O. )
NEMOCNICNI 12, 702 00 OSTRAVA 2 CZECH REPUBLIC
TEL: +420-596-152-426
FAX: +420-596-152-112
ASEAN FA Center (MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ASIA PTE. LTD.)
Singapore CNC Service Center
307 ALEXANDRA ROAD #05-01/02 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC BUILDING SINGAPORE
159943
TEL: +65-6473-2308
FAX: +65-6476-7439
Thailand MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Center (F. A. TECH CO., LTD)
898/19,20,21,22 S.V. CITY BUILDING OFFICE TOWER 1 FLOOR 12,14 RAMA III RD BANGPONGPANG,
YANNAWA, BANGKOK 10120. THAILAND
TEL: +66-2-682-6522
FAX: +66-2-682-6020
Malaysia MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Center
(FLEXIBLE AUTOMATION SYSTEM SDN. BHD.)
60, JALAN USJ 10/1B 47620 UEP SUBANG JAYA SELANGOR DARUL EHSAN MALAYSIA
TEL: +60-3-5631-7605
FAX: +60-3-5631-7636
JOHOR MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Satellite
(FLEXIBLE AUTOMATION SYSTEM SDN. BHD.)
NO. 16, JALAN SHAHBANDAR 1, TAMAN UNGKU TUN AMINAH, 81300 SKUDAI, JOHOR MALAYSIA
TEL: +60-7-557-8218
FAX: +60-7-557-3404
Indonesia MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Center
(PT. AUTOTEKNINDO SUMBER MAKMUR)
WISMA NUSANTARA 14TH FLOOR JL. M.H. THAMRIN 59, JAKARTA 10350 INDONESIA
TEL: +62-21-3917-144
FAX: +62-21-3917-164
India MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Center (MESSUNG SALES & SERVICES PVT. LTD.)
B-36FF, PAVANA INDUSTRIAL PREMISES M.I.D.C., BHOASRI PUNE 411026, INDIA
TEL: +91-20-2711-9484
FAX: +91-20-2712-8115
BANGALORE MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Satellite
(MESSUNG SALES & SERVICES PVT. LTD.)
S 615, 6TH FLOOR, MANIPAL CENTER, BANGALORE 560001, INDIA
TEL: +91-80-509-2119
FAX: +91-80-532-0480
Delhi MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Parts Center (MESSUNG SALES & SERVICES PVT. LTD.)
1197, SECTOR 15 PART-2, OFF DELHI-JAIPUR HIGHWAY BEHIND 32ND MILESTONE
GURGAON
122001, INDIA
TEL: +91-98-1024-8895
FAX:
Philippines MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Center
(FLEXIBLE AUTOMATION SYSTEM CORPORATION)
UNIT No.411, ALABAMG CORPORATE CENTER KM 25. WEST SERVICE ROAD SOUTH SUPERHIGHWAY,
ALABAMG MUNTINLUPA METRO MANILA, PHILIPPINES 1771
TEL: +63-2-807-2416
FAX: +63-2-807-2417
Vietnam MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Center (SA GIANG TECHNO CO., LTD)
47-49 HOANG SA ST. DAKAO WARD, DIST.1 HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM
TEL: +84-8-910-4763
FAX: +84-8-910-2593
China FA Center (MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION (SHANGHAI) LTD.)
China CNC Service Center
2/F., BLOCK 5 BLDG.AUTOMATION INSTRUMENTATION PLAZA, 103 CAOBAO RD.
SHANGHAI 200233,
CHINA
TEL: +86-21-6120-0808
FAX: +86-21-6494-0178
Shenyang CNC Service Center
TEL: +86-24-2397-0184
FAX: +86-24-2397-0185
Beijing CNC Service Satellite
9/F, OFFICE TOWER1, HENDERSON CENTER, 18 JIANGUOMENNEI DAJIE,
DONGCHENG DISTRICT,
BEIJING 100005, CHINA
TEL: +86-10-6518-8830
FAX: +86-10-6518-8030
China MITSUBISHI CNC Agent Service Center
(BEIJING JIAYOU HIGHTECH TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CO.)
RM 709, HIGH TECHNOLOGY BUILDING NO.229 NORTH SI HUAN ZHONG ROAD, HAIDIAN DISTRICT ,
BEIJING 100083, CHINA
TEL: +86-10-8288-3030
FAX: +86-10-6518-8030
Tianjin CNC Service Satellite
RM909, TAIHONG TOWER, NO220 SHIZILIN STREET, HEBEI DISTRICT, TIANJIN, CHINA 300143
TEL: -86-22-2653-9090
FAX: +86-22-2635-9050
Shenzhen CNC Service Satellite
RM02, UNIT A, 13/F, TIANAN NATIONAL TOWER, RENMING SOUTH ROAD, SHENZHEN, CHINA 518005
TEL: +86-755-2515-6691
FAX: +86-755-8218-4776
Changchun Service Satellite
TEL: +86-431-50214546
FAX: +86-431-5021690
Hong Kong CNC Service Center
UNIT A, 25/F RYODEN INDUSTRIAL CENTRE, 26-38 TA CHUEN PING STREET, KWAI CHUNG, NEW
TERRITORIES, HONG KONG
TEL: +852-2619-8588
FAX: +852-2784-1323
Taiwan FA Center (MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC TAIWAN CO., LTD.)
Taichung CNC Service Center
NO.8-1, GONG YEH 16TH RD., TAICHUNG INDUSTIAL PARK TAICHUNG CITY, TAIWAN R.O.C.
TEL: +886-4-2359-0688
FAX: +886-4-2359-0689
Taipei CNC Service Satellite
TEL: +886-4-2359-0688
FAX: +886-4-2359-0689
Tainan CNC Service Satellite
TEL: +886-4-2359-0688
FAX: +886-4-2359-0689
Korean FA Center (MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION KOREA CO., LTD.)
Korea CNC Service Center
1480-6, GAYANG-DONG, GANGSEO-GU SEOUL 157-200, KOREA
TEL: +82-2-3660-9631
FAX: +82-2-3664-8668
Notice
Every effort has been made to keep up with software and hardware revisions in the
contents described in this manual. However, please understand that in some
unavoidable cases simultaneous revision is not possible.
Please contact your Mitsubishi Electric dealer with any questions or comments
regarding the use of this product.
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