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Delta Tau MACRO CPU BOARD 4Ax-602804-xHxx Specifications
^1 HARDWARE REFERENCE MANUAL
^2 MACRO CPU Board
^3 HRM for UMAC MACRO & MACRO Stack
^4 4Ax-602804-xHxx
^5 June 7, 2004
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MACRO CPU Board Hardware Reference Manual
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................................................1
3U Product Configurations (General Description) ....................................................................................................2
MACRO CPU Specifications....................................................................................................................................3
Physical Specifications .........................................................................................................................................3
Electrical Specifications .......................................................................................................................................3
CONFIGURATION AND HARDWARE SETUP ....................................................................................................5
Board Hardware Setup ..............................................................................................................................................5
Board Jumper and Switch Setup................................................................................................................................6
Board Connections ....................................................................................................................................................7
JUMPER AND SWITCH CONFIGURATIONS......................................................................................................9
Card Layout...............................................................................................................................................................9
E1: Watchdog Timer Disable ............................................................................................................................10
E2: CPU Mode Operation .................................................................................................................................10
E3: Serial Port Baud Rate .................................................................................................................................10
E4: Power Supply-Loss Control (±15Vdc Supply Monitor)...............................................................................10
E5: MACRO Received Signal Detect/Bypass Mode (Rev -105 and 106 only) ...................................................10
E40: MACRO Input (Fiber/Wired) Selector ......................................................................................................11
JP3: MACRO Loop Back Test Select for Copper only (Rev -104 and Earlier) .................................................11
JP4: Reserved for Future Use ............................................................................................................................11
JP5-JP6: MACRO Copper EQ Select (Rev -104 and Earlier)............................................................................11
Switch Configurations.............................................................................................................................................12
SW1: MACRO Slave Node Configure................................................................................................................12
SW2: MACRO Master Number Select ...............................................................................................................13
Connector Summary................................................................................................................................................13
MACRO STATION CHARACTER DISPLAY......................................................................................................15
Hardware Re-Initialization ......................................................................................................................................15
FIRMWARE UPDATES ..........................................................................................................................................17
BOARD CONNECTOR PINOUTS .........................................................................................................................19
J6: (JTHW) Multiplexer Port Connector .................................................................................................................19
J7: (JRS232) Serial Port Connector.........................................................................................................................20
J14, J17: MACRO Copper I/O (Opt C)..................................................................................................................21
P1: UBUS Interface Connector ...............................................................................................................................22
TB1: (JPWR) 4-Pin Terminal Block .......................................................................................................................22
U73: MACRO Fiber Optic Connector (Option A) ..................................................................................................23
HARDWARE MEMORY MAP ...............................................................................................................................25
ACCESSORIES .........................................................................................................................................................27
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INTRODUCTION
The 3U MACRO-CPU board is the processor and MACRO interface board that is used in a 3U MACRO
Station (in either UMAC MACRO or MACRO Stack configuration).
Note:
Three documents describe the operation of Delta Tau Data Systems Inc. 3U
MACRO Station products:
• UMAC System Manual (General Product Overview)
• 3U MACRO Station User’s Manual
• 3U MACRO Station Software Reference
This manual describes the interfaces and physical hardware that is used on the 3U
MACRO CPU.
The UMAC MACRO and the MACRO Stack provide a remote interface for encoders, flags, direct-PWM
digital drives, analog drives, stepper drives, analog I/O, and digital I/O for Delta Tau Data's PMAC
products that have a MACRO interface.
The UMAC MACRO and MACRO Stack configurations communicate with PMAC2 Ultralites or Turbo
PMAC2 Ultralites solely through the MACRO ring, interfacing to standard drives, encoders, flags, and
I/O through on-board connectors. This MACRO Station integrated packaging and connectivity strategy
provides revolutionary flexibility and ease of use.
A 3U MACRO Station consists of a set of 3U format Euro-cards (100 x 160 mm) that can be assembled
in a variety of configurations. When used in the rack configuration, connected through a backplane bus,
the backplane is UBUS format, designed by Delta Tau Data Systems Inc. for motion control and I/O
interfaces.
When using the fiber optic MACRO interface, the 3U MACRO Station can be up to 3 kilometers (2
miles) away from the PMAC2 controller or any other station on the ring. When using the RJ-45 copper
electrical interface, it can be up to 100 meters (~330 feet) away.
The 3U MACRO Station allows PMAC2 MACRO controllers to control servo axes and I/O just as if they
were directly connected to the PMAC2, even though they may be a great distance away. The only
interface needed from the PMAC2 is the electrically isolated MACRO ring.
Typically, a PMAC2 Ultralite board, one without any of its own servo interface circuitry, is used with the
MACRO Station to provide the most cost-effective solution.
• 3U MACRO-CPU Board (3A0-602804-10x):
• 80MHz DSP56303 CPU
• 512k x 8 flash memory for user backup and firmware
• Latest released firmware version
• RS-232 serial interface for setup and debugging
• Stack connectors for servo and I/O accessory boards
• UBUS connector for backplane connection to servo
and I/O accessory boards
• JTHW multiplexed I/O port with 26-pin IDC header
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The 3U MACRO Station can be configured in either of two
fundamental assemblies – UMAC MACRO and MACRO Stack:
• UMAC MACRO – In this configuration (once called Pack) the
3U-format boards are put together to communicate through a
backplane bus called the UBUS. All boards are installed in a
Euro-card rack. In this configuration, all 3U-format boards or
modules can be installed or withdrawn from the pack
individually, providing ease of installation, debugging, and
repair.
The photo at the upper right shows a UMAC rack with power
supply and I/O boards that are connected through a backplane. This
system allows for an easier integration of the 3U MACROCPU for
larger (up to 8 axes) applications.
• MACRO Stack – In the Stack configuration the 3U-format
boards are put together as a stack of piggyback boards, (right,
below). This configuration is ideal for compact, cost-sensitive
embedded applications.
Note:
The Stack boards and related breakout boards can be installed in a Euro-card rack,
creating a hybrid “stack/pack” configuration. This requires a special backplane
configuration that makes removing stack boards difficult.
This hybrid configuration is now recommended for existing legacy systems only.
3U Product Configurations (General Description)
Assemblies of 3U-format boards can be made with either of two CPU processor boards – a 3U
MACRO CPU board, or a 3U Turbo PMAC2 CPU board. Most other 3U-format boards, labeled
Accessory boards, can be used with either CPU board.
• When the 3U MACRO-CPU board is used, the resulting assemblies are called UMAC MACRO or
3U MACRO Stack.
• When the 3U Turbo PMAC2 CPU board is used, the resulting assemblies are called UMAC Turbo or
Turbo Stack.
Refer to the UMAC and 3U Stack Products Selection Guide for more detailed descriptions of how the
rack and stack products are integrated.
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MACRO CPU Specifications
Physical Specifications
Size:
Weight:
16cm x 10cm x 3.6cm (6.3" x 3.95" x 1.4")
½ lb.
Temperature
Operating:
Storage:
0°C to 60°C (32°F to 140°F)
12°C to 82°C (10°F to 180°F)
Humidity:
10% to 95%, non condensing
Electrical Specifications
Power:
Introduction
1.5A @ +5V (±5%) (7.5W) Pertains to 8-channel configuration with a typical load
of encoders.
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CONFIGURATION AND HARDWARE SETUP
The purchase of the 3U MACRO CPU board provides a 3U-format (100mm x 160mm) board with a DSP
processor, MACRO ring circuitry, piggyback connectors onto which stack accessory boards can be
mounted, and a backplane connector through which other 3U-format boards can be connected by means
of a UBUS passive-backplane board.
The MACRO CPU board went through an extensive redesign in the –105 revision, because key
components on the –104 and older revisions became obsolete. Both the older and the newer versions are
described in this manual. The only system change required is a slight change in the DIP-switch
addressing of Acc-24E2x and Acc-51E backplane axis boards when using the new MACRO CPU
boards.
Note:
It is recommended that only the new MACRO CPU boards, which have stronger
backplane bus drivers, be used in UMAC pack configurations.
The 3U MACRO-CPU can be purchased in two physical configurations, distinguished by part number
prefix:
• 300-602804-10x provides the 3U MACRO-CPU board without a front plate. This configuration is
recommended for stack assemblies.
• 3R0-602804-10x provides the 3U MACRO-CPU board with a front plate. This configuration is
recommended for UMAC rack assemblies. The top and bottom plates are provided with the Acc-Px
rack.
There are a few options available for the MACRO CPU board. One of the Options A or C must be
present on a MACRO CPU board to provide the actual MACRO ring interface circuitry; both may be
present:
Option A provides an SC-style fiber-optic transceiver to connect into the MACRO ring. Its main
component is the U73 transceiver.
Option C provides RJ-45 electrical input and output connectors for the MACRO ring. Its main
components are J14 and J17.
Option 10 permits a specified revision of the MACRO Station firmware to be installed in the flash
memory in the card. Without this option, the latest released revision is installed. A label on the flash
memory IC indicates the firmware revision installed at the factory (but not necessarily which revision is
presently installed in the IC). The presently installed revision can be ascertained by using the
MSVER{node #} command.
Board Hardware Setup
The hardware setup of the 3U MACRO CPU Board consists of the setting of two rotary switches, the
setting of several E-point jumpers on each board, followed by power supply and signal connections.
Note:
E-Point Jumper numbers are shown in white ink on the legend of each board. Pin
numbers for each number can be determined either from the legend on the
component side on the board, or by looking at the solder side of the board, where
pin 1 has a square solder pad.
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Board Jumper and Switch Setup
The MACRO Station has two 16-way rotary switches on the MACRO CPU board that establish the
station’s basic configuration on the MACRO ring.
SW1 Rotary Switch Setting: SW1 establishes how many servo nodes, and which servo nodes, will be
used on the MACRO station. It also establishes the mapping of MACRO node numbers to MACRO
Station channel numbers. This mapping information will be important in establishing the software setup.
The following table shows possible MACRO Station axis configurations and the appropriate settings of
SW1:
# of Servo
Channels and
Nodes Used
Which MACRO
Servo Nodes Used
Stack Axis
Boards Used
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
0, 1
4, 5
8, 9
12, 13
0, 1
4, 5
8, 9
12, 13
0, 1, 4, 5
1x Acc-1E
1x Acc-1E
1x Acc-1E
1x Acc-1E
1x Acc-2E*
1x Acc-2E*
1x Acc-2E*
1x Acc-2E*
1x Acc-2E
Backplane (UMAC) Axis
Boards Used
SW1 Setting
-8
-9
-10 ($A)
-11 ($B)
1x Acc-24E2x or 51E
2
1x Acc-24E2x or 51E
3
1x Acc-24E2x or 51E
4
1x Acc-24E2x or 51E
5
1x Acc-24E2x with Option 1x or 1x
0
Acc-51E with Option 1
4
8, 9, 12, 13
1x Acc-2E
1x Acc-24E2x with Option 1x or 1x
1
Acc-51E with Option 1
6
0, 1, 4, 5, 8, 9
1x Acc-1E,
1x Acc-24E2x with Option 1x or 1x
12 ($C)
1x Acc-2E
Acc-51E with Option 1;
Plus 1x Acc-24E2x or 51E
6
0, 1, 4, 5, 8, 9
2x Acc-2E*
1x Acc-24E2x with Option 1x or 1x
6
Acc-51E with Option 1;
Plus 1x Acc-24E2x or 51E
8
0, 1, 4, 5, 8, 9, 12, 13
2x Acc-2E
2x Acc-24E2x with Option 1x /
7
Acc-51E with Option 1
More detailed information on the SW1 settings is presented in the Jumper/Switch description in the back of this
manual.
SW2 Rotary Switch Setting: SW2 establishes the number of the master IC to which the MACRO
station will respond. The values of 0 to 15 correspond to Master numbers 0 to 15, respectively. For a
non-Turbo PMAC2 master, this value must match the master number value in the first hexadecimal digit
of PMAC2’s I996. For a Turbo PMAC2, this value must match the master number value in the first
hexadecimal digit of the Turbo PMAC2’s I6840, I6890, I6940, or I6990, for MACRO ICs 0, 1, 2, or 3,
respectively, on the Turbo PMAC2. The default switch setting is 0, so the station will respond to Master
0.
Watchdog Timer Enable Jumper: For normal operation of the Compact MACRO Station, jumper
E1 should be OFF to enable the watchdog timer (an important safety feature).
Operational Mode Jumper: Jumper E2 should connect pins 2 and 3 to tell the CPU it is in normal
operational mode, not in bootstrap mode. It should only connect pins 1 and 2 to load new firmware into
the flash IC through the serial port.
Baud Rate Jumper: Jumper E3 must be ON if you are connecting an Acc-8D Option 9 Yaskawa
absolute encoder converter to the J7 serial port (most users will connect it to the JTHW port instead).
This sets the baud rate to 9600. If E3 is OFF, the baud rate is 38400.
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Power Supply Check Jumper: Remove jumper E4 if you are not bringing a +/-12V to +/-15V supply
into the Compact MACRO Station itself (5V only). If bringing these analog circuit supplies into the
Compact MACRO Station, it is best to have jumper E4 on, so that the servo outputs are disabled if either
of the analog supplies is lost.
MACRO Input Select Jumper: Because the MACRO CPU board can potentially accept MACRO ring
input from either the RJ-45 electrical input or the fiber input, select which input is used (even if only one
of the ring interface options is present). Jumper E40 must be ON to use the fiber input; it must be OFF to
use the electrical input. (If both interface options A and C are present, either ring output may be used,
regardless of the setting of E40.)
MACRO Signal-Loss Detect Jumper: Jumper E5 (board revisions –105 and newer only) should
connect pins 1 and 2 so that the MACRO receiver’s (fiber or electrical) loss-of-signal detect is reported
automatically as a byte violation error. Older revisions (-104 and before) of the board could not use the
receiver’s signal-loss detect as a violation error (relying on higher-level detection schemes), and
connecting pins 2 and 3 makes operation of the new revision completely compatible with the old. This is
not recommended.
Board Connections
The connection of Compact MACRO Station to other stations on the MACRO ring is achieved by
connecting the output connector of the Compact MACRO Station to the input connector of the next
station and by connecting the output connector of the previous station to the input connector of the
Compact MACRO Station. There must be a completely connected ring, with all stations powered up, for
any communications to occur on the ring.
Optical Fiber Ring Connection: The U73 integrated fiber optic transceiver is used for both the optical
fiber input and the optical fiber output connections to the MACRO ring. With the component side of the
board up, and the opening facing you, the input socket is on the right, and the output socket is on the left
(these are marked on the component).
RJ45 Electrical Ring Connection: The J14 connector is used for the input from the previous station on
the MACRO ring if electrical connection is used, and the J17 connector is used for the output to the next
station on the MACRO ring.
Multiplexer Port: The J6 26-pin header is used to connect to multiplexer port accessories such as the
Acc-8D Option 7 resolver-to-digital converter board and the Acc-8D Option 9 Yaskawa absolute encoder
interface board. This port can be used alternately to provide eight inputs and eight outputs (nonmultiplexed) at TTL levels.
Backplane UBUS Expansion Port: The P2 96-pin DIN header is used to connect to expansion port
accessories such as the Acc-9E, 10E, 11E, 12E, and 14E I/O boards, or the Acc-24E2x axis boards,
through an Acc-Ux UBUS backplane board. It can also be used to bring in 5V power, and optionally +/15V power, from a backplane or breakout board, to the entire MACRO Station.
Note:
When interfacing to accessory boards across the UBUS backplane, it is strongly
recommended to use a new revision (-105 or higher) of the MACRO CPU board,
and an Acc-Ux backplane board (not an older Acc-Jx backplane board). The
newer revision MACRO CPU boards have stronger bus driver ICs, but they do not
work well with the termination of the Acc-Jx backplane boards.
Power Terminal Block: The TB1 4-point terminal block can be used to bring in 5V power, and
optionally +/-15V power, to the entire MACRO Station. In a UMAC (pack) configuration, the
power is more likely to be brought in through the backplane.
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JUMPER AND SWITCH CONFIGURATIONS
Card Layout
The Location columns of the following tables refer to the mapped locations shown in the drawings below:
Note:
Pin 1 of an E-point is masked by an X in white ink on the composite side and by a
square solder pad on the solder side.
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E1: Watchdog Timer Disable
Rev –105 and
Rev –104 and
Later Location Earlier Location
B-1
F-1
Jumper
Type
Description
Default
2-Pin
Remove jumper to enable Watchdog Timer.
Jump pins 1 and 2 to disable Watchdog Timer
(for test purposes only).
Not jumpered
E2: CPU Mode Operation
Rev –105 and
Rev –104 and
Later Location Earlier Location
D-2
D-1
Jumper
Type
3-Pin
Description
Jump pins 1 and 2 for firmware download
through serial port.
Jump pins 2 and 3 for normal operation.
Default
Pin 2-3
E3: Serial Port Baud Rate
Rev –105 and
Rev –104 and
Jumper
Later Location Earlier Location
Type
E-3
E-2
2-Pin
Description
Jump pins 1 and 2 for 9600-baud serial port
operation. (Required for Yaskawa interface).
Remove jumper for 38400-baud serial port
operation.
Default
Not jumpered
E4: Power Supply-Loss Control (±15Vdc Supply Monitor)
Rev –105 and
Rev –104 and
Jumper
Later Location Earlier Location
Type
E-3
E-2
2-Pin
Description
Default
Jump pins 1 and 2 to disable servo outputs on Not jumpered
loss of +5V, +15V, or –15V power supply.
Remove this jumper to monitor +5Vdc power
supply only.
±15V supply monitoring is not usually required
for applications without DACs or A-D
converters.
E5: MACRO Received Signal Detect/Bypass Mode (Rev -105 and 106 only)
Does not Exist on Rev 107 and Later Models
Rev –105 and
Rev –104 and
Jumper
Later Location Earlier Location
Type
B-3
10
3-Pin
Description
Jump pins 1 and 2 to access the receiver’s
signal detect operation.
Jump pins 2 and 3 to bypass the receiver’s
signal detect operation.
This jumper does not exist on MACRO-CPU
versions -104 and earlier.
Default
Pin 1-2
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E40: MACRO Input (Fiber/Wired) Selector
Rev –105 and
Later Location
B-3
Rev –104 and
Jumper
Earlier Location
Type
C-3
2-Pin
Description
Remove jumper to select MACRO wired
(RJ45) input from J14.
Jump pins 1 and 2 to select MACRO fiber
optic input from U73.
Default
Jumpered
(Option A)
Not jumpered
(Option C)
JP3: MACRO Loop Back Test Select for Copper only (Rev -104 and Earlier)
Rev –105 and
Later Location
Rev –104 and
Jumper
Earlier Location Type
B-1
2-Pin
Description
Remove jumper to select loop back in the
copper interface of MACRO communications
(for test purposes only).
Jump pins 1 and 2 for normal copper MACRO
communications.
This jumper does not exist on MACRO-CPU
versions 105 and greater.
Default
Pin 1-2
JP4: Reserved for Future Use
JP5-JP6: MACRO Copper EQ Select (Rev -104 and Earlier)
Rev –105 and
Later Location
Rev –104 and
Jumper
Earlier Location
Type
B-1
Jumper and Switch Configurations
2-Pin
Description
These jumpers are used to select different
modes of equalization when copper-based
communications are used.
When not jumpered, adaptive equalization is
used. JP5 and JP6 are used for manufacturer's
testing only.
These jumpers do not exist on MACRO-CPU
versions - 105 and greater.
Default
Not jumpered
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Switch Configurations
SW1: MACRO Slave Node Configure
SW1 Setting # of Servo Channels MACRO Servo
Station
and Nodes Used
Nodes Specified Channel Nos.
Station Channel
Starting Addresses
0 (default)
1
4
4
0, 1, 4, 5
8, 9, 12, 13
1, 2, 3, 4
1, 2, 3, 4
$C000, $C008, $C010, $C018*
$C000, $C008, $C010, $C018*
2
3
4
5
6
2
2
2
2
6
0, 1
4, 5
8, 9
12, 13
0, 1, 4, 5, 8, 9
1, 2
3, 4
1, 2
3, 4
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
7
8
8
9
10
11
12
2
2
2
2
6
$C000, $C008*
$C010, $C018*
$C000, $C008*
$C010, $C018*
$C000, $C008, $C010, $C018,
$C020, $C028*
$C000, $C008, $C010, $C018,
$C020, $C028, $C030, $C038*
$C090, $C098
$C090, $C098
$C090, $C098
$C090, $C098
$C000, $C008, $C010, $C018,*
$C090, $C098
None
0, 1, 4, 5, 8, 9, 12, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
13
8
0, 1
9, 10
4, 5
9, 10
8, 9
9, 10
12. 13
9, 10
0, 1, 4, 5, 8, 9
1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10
13
0 (I/O only)
None
None
14
(Reserved For Future Use)
15 ***
0
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* These addresses are for stack axis boards. Add $40 to these addresses for backplane axis boards.
** Other bits of this I-variable may also be set to enable I/O nodes or other slave stations it is commanding
*** A setting of 15 forces the station to use its factory default I-variables on power-up/reset.
SW1
Setting
First Axis
Board Servo IC
Second Axis
Board Servo IC
PMAC2’s I996 Value
** (Turbo PMAC2’S
I6840, etc.
PMAC2’s I1000, I1002
Value (Turbo PMAC2’s
I70, I71, etc.)
0 (default)
4-axis
None
$F8033
$0033
1
4-axis
None
$FB300
$3300
2
4-axis
None
$F8003
$0003
3
4-axis
None
$F8030
$0030
4
4-axis
None
$F8300
$0300
5
4-axis
None
$FB000
$3000
6
4-axis
4-axis
$F8333
$0333
7
4-axis
4-axis
$FB333
$3333
8
2-axis
None
$F8003
$0003
9
2-axis
None
$F8030
$0030
10
2-axis
None
$F8300
$0300
11
2-axis
None
$FB000
$3000
12
4-axis
2-axis
$FB333
$0333
13
None
None
$F8000
$0000
14
(Reserved For Future Use)
15***
$F8800
* These addresses are for stack axis boards. Add $40 to these addresses for backplane axis boards.
** Other bits of this I-variable may also be set to enable I/O nodes or other slave stations it is commanding
*** A setting of 15 forces the station to use its factory default I-variables on power-up/reset.
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SW2: MACRO Master Number Select
0: Commanded from Master IC # 0
1: Commanded from Master IC # 1 …
F: Commanded from Master IC # F (15)
Connector Summary
J1: ~*
J2: ~*
J3: ~*
J4: ~*
J5: ~*
J6:
J7:
J14, J17:
P1:
TB1:
U73:
JEXP_A: for interboard connection
JEXP_B: for interboard connection
JEXP_C: for interboard connection
JISP: Factory configuration header
JTAG/OnCE: Factory troubleshoot header
JTHW: Multiplexer Port Connector
JRS232: Serial Port Connector
RJ45: MACRO Copper I/O (OPT C)
JEXP: Backplane Expansion Port Connector
JPWR: 4-Pin Terminal Block
MACRO Fiber Optic Connector (OPT A)
* Typically, these connectors are not designated as end-user interfaces. The pinouts are not included in
this hardware reference manual. Consult the factory if pinout information is needed.
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MACRO STATION CHARACTER DISPLAY
The Compact MACRO Station has a single hexadecimal character display on the CPU/Interface Board
that provides useful information as to the status of the station. The display can show the following
values:
Value
Meaning
(Blank)
0-8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
Ring not active
Operation OK; value is # of motors enabled
(Reserved for future use)
Amplifier fault
Ring break fault
CPU failure fault
Ring data error
Loss-of-encoder fault
Other failure
Hardware Re-Initialization
MACRO hardware re-initialization to factory defaults is enabled when the SW1 setting is set to 15 or F
(hexadecimal) and the power is cycled at the MACRO Station. Possibly the only time to use a hardware
re-initialization to factory defaults would be if the MACRO Station always powers up with a watchdog
(typically if the ring clock at the Ultralite is different than the ring clock at the MACRO Station). Node
11 will be the only MACRO Station node enabled. Therefore, enable node 11 of the MACRO IC at the
Ultralite to communicate to the MACRO Station.
Ultralite Example: Servo nodes 0,1,4,5 enabled at Ultralite (I996=$0F8033)
1. Enable node 11, I996=$0F8833.
2. Re-establish communications with MS11, (MIvar) commands.
3. Issue MS$$$***11 to ensure re-initialization.
4. Issue MSSAVE11 command to save the factory defaults to the Station.
Turbo Ultralite Example: Servo nodes 0,1,4,5 enabled at Ultralite (I6841=$0F8033)
1. Enable node 11, I996=$0F8833.
2. Re-establish communications with MS11,(MIvar) commands.
3. Issue MS$$$***11 to ensure re-initialization.
4. Issue MSSAVE11 command to save the factory defaults to the Station.
MACRO Station Character Display
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MACRO Station Character Display
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FIRMWARE UPDATES
Downloading new firmware to the MACRO Station is a simple process once the MACRO board is setup
properly. To download new firmware to the MACRO station, the user must have the following items:
• 5V power supply
• 2 jumpers
• DB9 female to 10 pin header (any cable used for PMAC RS232 communications)
• PC at the DOS prompt.
• New firmware and necessary downloading batch files
Make sure to power down the MACRO Station.
• To download the software to the MACRO station, first jumper the following E2 (1-2) and E1 (1-2).
• Wire the 5V power to the appropriate terminal on the MACRO station or plug into 3U Rack.
• Place the 10-pin header cable to the serial connection on the MACRO-station and place the other end
to the COM1 port on the PC (the batch files were written for COM1 but could be modified if
necessary).
• Go to the DOS prompt and create a directory called firmware and station (as an example).
C:\firmware\station
a:\copy *.* c:\firmware\station
Go back to the c drive and type the following command
c:\firmware\station\mcdwnld
The firmware will be down loaded to the MACRO station.
The PMAC Executive Software will soon have the capability of downloading the MACRO Station
firmware in the Windows Operating Environment.
Place jumper E2 back to pins 2-3 and remove E1 jumper
Call the factory if you have any questions.
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CONNECTOR PINOUTS
The schematic circuits shown in this section are for interface reference only. Subtle differences
may exist between the circuits shown here and the actual hardware used.
J6: (JTHW) Multiplexer Port Connector
(26-pin head at Location D-3)
Front View
Pin #
Symbol
Function
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
26
GND
GND
DAT0
SEL0
DAT1
SEL1
DAT2
SEL2
DAT3
SEL3
DAT4
SEL4
DAT5
SEL5
DAT6
SEL6
DAT7
SEL7
N.C.
GND
BRLD/
GND
IPLD/
GND
+5V
INIT/
Common
Common
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
In/Out
N.C
Common
Output
Common
Output
Common
Output
Input
Connector Pinouts
Description
PMAC Common
PMAC Common
Data Byte Bit 0
Select Byte Bit 0
Data Byte Bit 1
Select Byte Bit 1
Data Byte Bit 2
Select Byte Bit 2
Data Byte Bit 3
Select Byte Bit 3
Data Byte Bit 4
Select Byte Bit 4
Data Byte Bit 5
Select Byte Bit 5
Data Byte Bit 6
Select Byte Bit 6
Data Byte Bit 7
Select Byte Bit 7
No Connection
PMAC Common
Buffer Request
PMAC Common
In Position
PMAC Common
+5VDC Supply
PMAC Reset
Notes
Must be in for MUX
Must be out for MUX
Must be in for MUX
Must be out for MUX
Must be in for MUX
Must be out for MUX
Must be in for MUX
Must be out for MUX
Must be in for MUX
Must be out for MUX
Must be in for MUX
Must be out for MUX
Must be in for MUX
Must be out for MUX
Must be in for MUX
Must be out for MUX
Low is Buffer Request
Low is In Position
Power supply out
Low is Reset
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Circuitry for J6- JTHW Interface
J7: (JRS232) Serial Port Connector
(10-pin Header at Location C-1)
Front View
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
20
Symbol
N.C.
DTR
TXD/
CTS
RXD/
RTS
DSR
N.C.
GND
+5V
Function
Bidirect
Output
Input
Input
Output
Bidirect
Output
Common
Output
Description
No connection
Data Terminal Ready
Send Data
Clear to Send
Receive Data
Request to Send
Data Set Ready
No Connection
PMAC Common
+5Vdc Supply
Notes
Just tied to DSR
Transmit data to host
Host ready bit
Receive data from host
PMAC ready bit
Just tied to DTR
Power supply out
Connector Pinouts
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Circuitry for J7- JRS232 Interface
J14, J17: MACRO Copper I/O (Opt C)
(8 pin RJ45)
Front View
Pin #
Symbol
Function
1
DATA+
Data +
Description
Notes
J17: DATA+ input.
J14: DATA+ output.
2
DATAData Differential MACRO Signal
J17: DATA- input.
J14: DATA- output.
3
Unused
Unused terminated pin
See schematic below.
4
Unused
Unused terminated pin
See schematic below.
5
Unused
Unused terminated pin
See schematic below.
6
Unused
Unused terminated pin
See schematic below.
7
Unused
Unused terminated pin
See schematic below.
8
Unused
Unused terminated pin
See schematic below.
The cable used for MACRO wired connections is CAT5 verified straight-through 8 conductor.
Connector Pinouts
Differential MACRO Signal.
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P1: UBUS Interface Connector
(96 pin EURO-Connector at F-1, 2, 3, 4)
Front View on MACRO-CPU Card
Pin #
Row A
Row B
Row C
1
+5Vdc
+5Vdc
+5Vdc
2
GND
GND
GND
3
BD01
DAT0
BD00
4
BD03
SEL0
BD02
5
BD05
DAT1
BD04
6
BD07
SEL1
BD06
7
BD09
DAT2
BD08
8
BD11
SEL2
BD10
9
BD13
DAT3
BD12
10
BD15
SEL3
BD14
11
BD17
DAT4
BD16
12
BD19
SEL4
BD18
13
BD21
DAT5
BD20
14
BD23
SEL5
BD22
15
BS1 (GND)
DAT6
BS0 (GND)
16
BA01
SEL6
BA00
17
BA03
DAT7
BA02
18
BX/Y
SEL7
BA04 (n.c.)
19
CS3BA06 (n.c.)
CS2
20
BA05 (CS7-)
BA07 (n.c.)
CS4- (CS6-)
21
CS12BA08 (n.c.)
CS10
22
CS16BA09 (n.c.)
CS14
23
BA13 (n.c.)
BA10 (n.c.)
BA12 (n.c.)
24
BRDBA11 (n.c.)
BWR
25
BS3 (GND)
MEMCS0- (n.c.)
BS2 (GND)
26
n.c.
MEMCS1- (n.c.)
RESET
27
PHASE+
n.c.
SERVO+
28
PHASE- (n.c.)
n.c.
SERVO- (n.c.)
29
GND
n.c.
GND
30
-15Vdc
PWRGUD (n.c.)
+15Vdc
31
GND
GND
GND
32
+5Vdc
+5Vdc
+5Vdc
1. Refer to the UBUS Specification for detailed signal descriptions. This interface is not VME bus compatible.
2. Items shown in parentheses represent pin descriptions for -104 and earlier revision MACRO-CPU boards.
TB1: (JPWR) 4-Pin Terminal Block
(Location B-4)
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Pin #
Symbol
Function
1
2
3
4
GND
+5V
+15V
-15V
Common
Input
Input
Input
Description
Reference Voltage
Positive Supply Voltage
Positive Supply Voltage
Negative Supply Voltage
Notes
Supplies all PMAC digital circuits
+12V to +15V; used for on-board analog
-12 to –15V; used for on-board analog
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U73: MACRO Fiber Optic Connector (Option A)
(2 Socket SC-Style)
Front View
Pin #
Symbol
Function
Description
Notes
1
RX
Fiber Input
MACRO Ring Receiver
2
TX
Fiber Output MACRO Ring Transmitter
A. The fiber optic version of MACRO uses 62.5/125 multi-mode glass fiber optic cable terminated in an SC-style
connector. The optical wavelength is 1,300nm.
B. It is possible to adapt wire to fiber operation when using OPT A & C on the same MACRO-CPU board.
Connector Pinouts
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HARDWARE MEMORY MAP
The values in this table represent the hardware locations associated with register-based transactions that
occur in the 3U MACRO-CPU.
Reference
ADDR (hex)
CS00CS02CS04CS06CS0CS1CS2CS3CS4CS4XCS10CS12CS14CS16MEMCS0MEMCS1-
$FFC0
$FFC8
$FFD0
$FFD8
$C000
$C020
$C040
$C060
$C080
$C0C0
$FFE0
$FFE8
$FFF0
$FFF8
$D000
$E000
Description
Stack I/O select #1
Stack I/O select #2
Stack I/O select #3
Stack I/O select #4
Stack axis 1-4 select
Stack axis 5-8 select
UBUS backplane axis 1-8 select
UBUS backplane axis 5-8 select
On-board DSPGATE2 select
UBUS backplane MACRO gate or DSPgate2 select (CS4- on UBUS)
UBUS backplane I/O select #1
UBUS backplane I/O select #2
UBUS backplane I/O select #3
UBUS backplane I/O select #4
UBUS hardware I/O field (was DPRCS-)
UBUS hardware I/O field (was VMECS-)
The addressing field size is 16-bits in the 3U MACRO-CPU. The address table above is similar to the
PMAC2 product line.
Hardware Memory Map
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ACCESSORIES
Both the Turbo and the MACRO CPU boards can support either the Stack or the UMAC configuration.
The systems are configured modularly with the selection of a series of accessory boards, some appropriate
for the Stack, and some appropriate for the UMAC. These accessories are listed here. Each has its own
manual for detailed description.
The following table shows 3U products by function:
MACRO CPU Board
Options
Stack Piggyback
Accessory Boards
UMAC BackplaneMountable Accessory
Boards –Axis
UMAC BackplaneMountable Accessory
Boards –I/O
UMAC BackplaneMountable Accessory
Boards –
Communication
UMAC BackplaneMountable Accessory
Boards – Miscellaneous
UBUS Backplane
Boards
Board must be ordered with
either Option A or Option C.
Option A, fiber-optic
connectors
Option C, RJ-45 electrical
MACRO connectors
Acc-1E, 2-Axis Interface
Stack Board (UMAC
MACRO only), 3x0-60281010
Acc-4E, Isolated 24-In/24-
Acc-2E, 4-Axis Interface
Stack Board, 3x0-60280510x
Acc-3E, 48/96/144 TTL I/O
Stack Board, 3x0-60281110x
Acc-6E, 8/16-Channel 12-Bit
ADC Stack Board,
3x0-602810-10x
Option 1D, Additional 2Axis Digital PWM, 3D1603397-10x
Option 1A, Additional 2-Axis Acc-24E2S, 4-Axis Stepper,
Analog, 3A1-603398-10x
3x0-603441-10x
Acc-3E1, 48/96/144 I/O,
Acc-9E, 48 In, 3x0-6032833x0-603359-10x
10x
Acc-11E, Isolated 24-In/24Acc-12E, Isolated 24-In/24Out Board, 3x0-603307-10x
Hi-Power-Out Board,
3x0-603277-10x
Acc-55E, (UNET)
Universal Field Bus Adapter
Network Card, 3x0-60348510x
Out Stack Board, 3x0602872-10x
Acc-24E2, 2-Axis Digital
PWM, 3x0-603397-10x
Acc-28E, 16-Bit A/D,
3x0-603404-10x
Acc-36E, A/D, D/A
Converter, 3x0-603483-10x
Acc-53E, SSI, 3x0-60336010x
Acc-56E, Extender Card,
300-603401-10x
Acc-58E, R/D Converter,
16 Bit, 3x0-603482-10x
Acc-U4, UBUS 4-Slot
Backplane, 300-603462
Acc-U10, UBUS 10-Slot
Backplane, 300-603464-10x
Acc-U16, UBUS 16-Slot
Backplane, 300-603471-10x
Accessories
Acc-U6, UBUS 6-Slot
Backplane,
300-603403-10x
Acc-U12, UBUS 12-Slot
Backplane, 300-603465-10x
Acc-U18, UBUS 18-Slot
Backplane, 300-603491-10x
Acc-24E2A, 2-Axis Analog,
3x0-603398-10x
Acc-10E, Isolated 48-Output
Board, 3x0-603299-10x
Acc-14E, 48 I/O,
3x0-603472-10x
Acc-51E, X 4096
Interpolator,
3x0-603438-10x
Acc-57E, Yaskawa or
Mitsubishi ABS, Encoder
Unit, 3x0-603484-10x
Acc-U8, UBUS 8-Slot
Backplane,
300-603463-10x
Acc-U14, UBUS 14-Slot
Backplane, 300-603466-10x
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Amplifiers – Analog
±10VDC Input (Brush
Motors)
Amplifiers – Digital
PWM Input (brushless)
Power Supplies – DC
Input
Power Supplies – AC
Input
UMAC Chassis
Assemblies (Rack)
Hybrid Stack/Pack
Accessories (Legacy
Systems Only)
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4-Axis Analog ± 10V Input
4-Axis Analog ± 10V Input
Linear Amplifier, 24VDC,
PWM Amplifier, 48VDC,
0.5/1A, 300-603489-10x
2/4A, 300-603443-10x
Backplane, Double Analog
Backplane, Single Analog
Amplifier, 300-603470-10x
Amplifier, 300-603490-10x
2-Axis Digital PWM Amplifier, 2-Axis Digital PWM/Macro
360VDC, 4/8A, 400-603391- Amplifier, 360VDC, 8/16A,
10x
400-603392-10x
Single-Axis Digital PWM
Amplifier, 360VDC, 8/16A,
401-603492-10x
Acc-F, 3U DC to DC
Converter, 10A,
30F-603216-OPT
Acc-E, 3U AC Power Supply,
8A, 30E-603269-OPT
Power Supply for 3U Digital
PWM Amplifiers,
400-603428-10x
3U Rack, 10-1/2 Slot (42T)
542-602932-10x
3U Rack, 15-3/4 Slot (63T)
563-602932-10x
4-Axis Analog ± 10V Input
PWM Amplifier, 70VDC,
8/12A, 300-603486-10x
Single Axis Digital
PWM/Macro Amplifier,
360VDC, 8/16A,
401-603391-10x
Backplane, Digital PWM,
300-603435-10x
Acc-E1, 3U AC Power Supply, Acc-E2, AC Power Supply,
14A, 31E-603269-OPT
20A, 32E-603468-OPT
3U Rack, Variable Width per
Customer Requirements
(custom design) , 500-602932Acc-8DE, 2-Axis 3U Analog- Acc-8FE, 2-Axis 3U DigitalOutput Breakout Board,
Output Breakout Board,
3x0-603215-10x
3x0-603176-10x
ACC13A, Flag Terminal Block Acc-13B, Amplifier Terminal
Board, 300-603366-10x
Block Board, 300-603367-10x
3U Rack, 21 Slot (84T)
584-602932-10x
Acc-13, Encoder Terminal
Block Board, 300-603365-10x
Acc-15E, Isolated 12-In/12Out Opto22 Driver &
Breakout Board, 300-603488-
Accessories
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