ADT-CNC4620 CNC46XX Series CNC System

ADT-CNC4620 CNC46XX Series CNC System
ADT-CNC4620
CNC46XX Series CNC System
Maintenance Manual
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Add: 5/F, Tianxia IC Industrial Park, Yiyuan Rd, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
Postal code: 518052
Tel: 0755-26099116
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CNC4620 Maintenance Manual
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Contents
Contents
1. Foreword ............................................................................................................................ - 3 2. System technical characteristics ...................................................................................... - 3 2.1 System structure .................................................................................................................................- 3 2.2 System technical parameters ..............................................................................................................- 3 2.3 System function..................................................................................................................................- 5 2.3.1 Self-diagnosis.................................................................................................................................................... - 5 2.3.2 Compensation ................................................................................................................................................... - 5 2.3.3 Abundant instruction system ............................................................................................................................. - 5 2.3.4 Full Chinese menu operation & full screen edit................................................................................................ - 5 2.3.5 Abundant error-correction functions ................................................................................................................. - 5 2.3.6 Program exchange between CNC system and PC ............................................................................................. - 5 -
2.4 System operating condition ................................................................................................................- 5 -
3.
Operating panel ................................................................................................................. - 6 3.1 LCD/keypad .......................................................................................................................................- 6 3.2 LCD brightness adjustment ................................................................................................................- 7 3.3 System menus.....................................................................................................................................- 7 3.4 Operating keys..................................................................................................................................- 10 -
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Manual operation ............................................................................................................ - 11 4.1 Returning to reference point manually .............................................................................................- 11 4.2 Continuous feeding manually...........................................................................................................- 12 4.3 Single step feeding ...........................................................................................................................- 12 4.4 Handwheel feeding...........................................................................................................................- 12 4.5 Manual auxiliary function operation ................................................................................................- 13 4.6 Tool setting .......................................................................................................................................- 14 4.6.1 Centered (M series)......................................................................................................................................... - 14 4.6.2 Tool regulator (M series)................................................................................................................................. - 15 4.6.3 Tool setting by test cutting (L series) .............................................................................................................. - 16 -
4.7 Data settings .....................................................................................................................................- 16 4.7.1 Tool compensation data setting ....................................................................................................................... - 16 4.7.2 System parameter setting ................................................................................................................................ - 16 -
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Automatic operation ....................................................................................................... - 17 5.1 Memory operation ............................................................................................................................- 17 5.2 MDI operation ..................................................................................................................................- 17 5.3 USB disk DNC .................................................................................................................................- 17 5.4 Speed rate adjustment.......................................................................................................................- 17 5.5 Run idle ............................................................................................................................................- 18 5.6 SBK function....................................................................................................................................- 18 5.7 BDT function....................................................................................................................................- 18 5.8 Stopping automatic operating...........................................................................................................- 18 -
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Safe operation .................................................................................................................. - 19 6.1 Emergency stop ................................................................................................................................- 19 6.2 Hard limit over travel .......................................................................................................................- 19 6.3 Soft limit over travel ........................................................................................................................- 19 -
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Alarm and self- diagnosis function ................................................................................ - 20 7.1 NC program execution alarm ...........................................................................................................- 20 7.2 System environment alarm...............................................................................................................- 21 7.3 Alarm processing..............................................................................................................................- 22 7.4 Self-diagnosis function.....................................................................................................................- 23 -
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Program saving & editing............................................................................................... - 24 8.1 Saving the program in the memory ..................................................................................................- 24 8.1.1 Keypad input (new program) .......................................................................................................................... - 24 8.1.2 PC serial port input ......................................................................................................................................... - 24 8.1.3 Copying processing files from USB disk ........................................................................................................ - 24 -
8.2 Reading programs into work area ....................................................................................................- 24 8.2.1 Reading programs from controller into work area .......................................................................................... - 24 8.2.2 Reading programs from USB disk into work area .......................................................................................... - 24 -
8.3 Editing & modifying programs ........................................................................................................- 24 8.4 Deleting files ....................................................................................................................................- 25 8.4.1 Deleting files in memory................................................................................................................................. - 25 -
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Main interfaces of the system......................................................................................... - 26 I
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9.1 Position interface ............................................................................................................................. - 26 9.2 Edit interface.................................................................................................................................... - 28 9.3 MDI interface .................................................................................................................................. - 29 9.4 File management.............................................................................................................................. - 30 9.5 Graphic simulation........................................................................................................................... - 30 9.6 Parameter interface .......................................................................................................................... - 31 9.7 Compensation interface ................................................................................................................... - 34 9.8 M series workpiece coordinate system setting interface.................................................................. - 35 9.9 Controller diagnosis interface (diagnosis) ....................................................................................... - 37 9.10 Macro variable view interface (macro variable)............................................................................ - 38 9.11 Current mode instruction info........................................................................................................ - 38 -
10. System maintenance........................................................................................................ - 39 10.1 Restart............................................................................................................................................ - 39 10.2 System upgrade.............................................................................................................................. - 39 10.3 Reset .............................................................................................................................................. - 39 10.4 Parameter backup and restore ........................................................................................................ - 39 10.5 Entering BIOS ............................................................................................................................... - 39 -
11. System parameters.......................................................................................................... - 40 11.1 Parameter index list ....................................................................................................................... - 40 11.2 Comprehensive parameters (P1.) ................................................................................................... - 49 11.3 Axis parameter configuration (P2.)................................................................................................ - 58 11.4 Management parameters (P3.) ....................................................................................................... - 64 11.5 Tool magazine parameters (P4.)..................................................................................................... - 67 11.6 Principal axis parameters (P5.) ...................................................................................................... - 69 11.7 Port configuration (P6.) ................................................................................................................. - 70 -
12. Hardware interface definition and connection instructions ....................................... - 72 12.1 Installation layout .......................................................................................................................... - 72 12.1.1 External interface diagram ............................................................................................................................- 72 12.1.2 Mounting dimensions....................................................................................................................................- 73 12.1.3 Installation precautions .................................................................................................................................- 74 -
12.2 Interface definition......................................................................................................................... - 76 12.2.1 Motor drive control interface (XS1..XS4).....................................................................................................- 76 12.2.2 Digital input interface (XS5) .........................................................................................................................- 79 12.2.3 Digital output interface (XS6) .......................................................................................................................- 81 12.2.4 Handheld box interface (XS7).......................................................................................................................- 85 12.2.5 Analog output interface (XS8) ......................................................................................................................- 86 12.2.6 Principal axis encoder interface (XS12)........................................................................................................- 87 12.2.7 RS232 transmission interface (XS9) .............................................................................................................- 89 12.2.8 USB memory connection interface (XS10)...................................................................................................- 89 12.2.9 PC USB communication interface (XS11) ....................................................................................................- 89 -
12.3 Electrical connection diagram ....................................................................................................... - 90 12.3.1 Symbol schematic diagram ...........................................................................................................................- 90 12.3.2 Power connection diagram ............................................................................................................................- 91 12.3.3 Servo drive connection diagram....................................................................................................................- 92 12.3.4 Step connection diagram ...............................................................................................................................- 93 12.3.5 IO electrical connection diagram...................................................................................................................- 94 -
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1. Program saving & editing
1. Foreword
CNC4640/4620 numerical control system is economic embedded system developed by Adtech (Shenzhen)
CNC Technology Co., Ltd. for milling machines and machining centers, where CNC4640 is four axes motion
controller and CNC4620 is two axes motion controller.
Instructions and reading convention of the Manual
Before using this CNC system, please read this Manual carefully to operate properly.
Terminology note and reading convention in this Manual:
CNC4640 and CNC4620 are control systems with different axes and same hardware functions. The programs
developed on this platform contain M series software for milling machines and L series software for lathes.
Different software has different functions and masks.
M series are system for milling machine motion. The ‘M’ or “M series” mark indicates specific interface or
function for milling machine software system.
L series are system for lathe motion. The ‘L’ or “L series” mark indicates specific interface or function for lathe
software system.
“CNC system”, “NC controller” and “CNC46XX” mentioned in this Manual all refer to CNC4640/4620;
The articles marked with “Caution” prompt users to pay special attention for operation or setting, or else this
operation may fail or certain action can’t be performed.
2. System technical characteristics
2.1 System structure
¾ CPU: ARM industrial mainboard;
¾ Communication: USB interface;
¾ Capacity: 64MB RAM, 60M Flash ROM;
¾ Feedback: AB phase pulse feedback;
¾ Control: FPGA motion controller;
¾ Hand pulse: Incremental hand encoder;
¾ Display: 800×480 pixels 7” LCD;
¾ I/O full optical coupling isolation;
¾ Touch/film type operation panel;
¾ Highly anti-interference switching power supply;
¾ RS232 interface
2.2 System technical parameters
Function
Name
Control axes
4 axes (CNC4640 series)
2 axes (CNC4620 series)
Simultaneous control axes
4 axes linear interpolation (CNC4640
series)
2 axes linear interpolation (CNC4620
series)
2 axes arc interpolation
Minimum setting unit
0.001mm
Minimum moving unit
0.001mm
Maximum instruction value
±9999.999mm
Control axis
Input instruction
Specification
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Function
Name
Specification
X axis, Y axis, Z axis, A axis: 9999
mm/min (maximum)
Fast feeding speed
Feeding
Feeding speed range
Per minute
1~9999mm/min
Per rotation
1~500rpm
Automatic acceleration/deceleration
Yes
Feeding speed rate
10~150%
Yes
Continuously manual feeding,
Manual
Returning to reference point manually
All control axes return to reference point
simultaneously
(allow setting order of priority)
Single step/handwheel function
Yes
Interpolation
Positioning,
interpolation
linear
interpolation,
Operating mode
MDI, auto, manual, single step, edit
Testing function
Test run, single program section, Handwheel
Yes
Pause (sec/ms)
G04 X/P_
Yes
Coordinate system and
Coordinate system setting
pause
G92 (M series)
G50 (L series)
Automatic coordinate system setting
Safe functions
Program storage
Yes
Soft & hard limit check
Yes
Emergency stop
Yes
Program storage capacity, storage quantity
Capacity: 60MB
100 work areas
No limit on processing file quantity
Insert, modify, delete, cancel
Program edit
Program edit
arc G00, G01, G02/G03
Program No., sequence
character retrieval
No.,
address, Yes
Decimal point programming
Yes
800×480 pixels 7” LCD
Display
Position screen, program edit
Tool compensation setting, alarm display
Handwheel test, diagnosis screen
Parameter setting, graphic simulation
Auxiliary function
M, S, T function
Yes
M code
Principal axis function
S0-S15 (gear position control)
S15-S99999 (analog)
Tool function
T code
Tool compensation memory
30 tools length, radius compensation
Compensation function
Other functions
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Reverse clearance compensation
Yes
Measurement centered
Automatic tool regulator
Yes
Specify arc radius R/center position
Yes
Electronic gear ratio
Yes
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2.3 System function
2.3.1 Self-diagnosis
Diagnose CPU, memory, LCD, I/O interface, parameter state, coordinates and processing program
comprehensively every time the system is started or reset; diagnose power supply, principal axis, limit and I/O
ports in real-time during operating.
2.3.2 Compensation
Automatic reverse clearance compensation
Automatic tool length compensation
Automatic tool radius compensation
Automatic tool radius biasing and automatic tool tip transition
2.3.3 Abundant instruction system
Scaling instruction
Mirror processing instruction
Tool biasing instructions
Program cycle, program skip, program shift, program transfer, different end processing modes, macro
definition and program management instructions
Fixed-point instructions: starting point, setting point, etc.
Linear, arc and spiral interpolation instructions
Six workpiece coordinate systems, nine extension coordinate systems and one reference point
2.3.4 Full Chinese menu operation & full screen edit
4640/4620 CNC system uses cascading menu structure and full Chinese operation to ensure simple
operation and visibility.
2.3.5 Abundant error-correction functions
Point out the nature and correct the errors in operation.
2.3.6 Program exchange between CNC system and PC
Perform CAD/CAM/CAPP auxiliary programming with abundant software in PC, and then transmit CNC
program to the system through communication interface (USB disk, RS232 interface), or transmit the
programs from the system to PC.
2.4 System operating condition
Operating voltage
Operating temperature
Optimum operating temperature
Operating humidity
Optimum operating humidity
Storage temperature
Storage humidity
Operating environment
24V DC (with filter)
0℃— 45℃
5℃— 40℃
10%——90% (no condensing)
20%——85%
0℃—50℃
10%——90%
No excessive dust, acid, alkali, corrosive and explosive gases, no strong
electromagnetic interference
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3. Program saving & editing
3. Operating panel
3.1 LCD/keypad
Keypad
Fig. 3.1 CNC4620 Operating Panel Diagram
Note:
Press the submenu buttons to perform the operations of submenus.
Manual axis moving and edit & input are composite. It has different definitions according to the modes.
System working mode switch section is used to switch working modes, which can improve the security
and system performance. Handwheel and single step mode are switched with Repeat button.
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3. Operating panel
LCD unit
Fig. 3.2 CNC4620 LCD Screen Diagram
Note:
Screen info shows the information of current window
Working mode info shows currently selected working mode
System main screen shows current main screen.
The submenu options are used to switch submenus with left triangle, F1~F6 and right triangle. The right
arrow is used to turn pages, and the left arrow is used to close the submenus in next level and previous menu.
3.2 LCD brightness adjustment
CNC46XX doesn’t support brightness adjustment.
3.3 System menus
CNC46XX system uses cascading menu structure. You can press the following keys to operate the menus.
Press a key to show the corresponding content in the bottom of the LCD.
Key in the left: Return to previous menu
Key in the right: Turn pages to show other menus of same level
The main menus of the system include [Monitor], [Edit], [Parameter], [Coordinate] and [Diagnosis]. Each
main menu contains several submenus, which are shown below:
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[Monitor]
[Position]
[Absolute Position]
[Relative Position]
[Comprehensive
P iti ]
[Track]
[Preview]
[Select Plane]
[MDI]
[Edit]
[Program Edit]
[File]
[Parameter]
[Comprehensive
Parameter]
[Axis Configuration]
[Management]
[Tool Magazine]
[Principal Axis]
[Port]
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M Series [Coordinates]
[Coordinate Setting]
[Compensation]
[Coordinate Parameter]
[Centered Measurement]
[Tool Regulator]
[Measurement]
L Series [Coordinates]
[Compensation]
[Tool Setting for Test
Cutting]
[Diagnosis]
[Alarm Info]
[Input Diagnosis]
[Output Diagnosis]
[DA Diagnosis]
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3.4 Operating keys
The keys of CNC46XX system are defined below:
Key
[RESET]
Address/number keys
[EOB], [CAN]
[EOB], [CAN], [DEL]
Mode switch key
Cursor moving key
Page key
Menu keys
Principal axis positive rotation
Principal axis reverse rotation
Coolant
Lubricant
[BDT]
[SBK]
[PAUSE]
[START]
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Purpose
Cancel alarm, reset CNC
Enter letters, numbers, etc.
Confirm or cancel operation
Program edit (insert, delete, modify)
Select operating mode
Four keys are available: Up/Down: adjust ration, move
cursor between subsections; Left/Right: move cursor to
left/right
Up/Down: Turn pages
Select the menus
Press it to rotate the principal axis positively, and press it
again to stop rotating
Press it to rotate the principal axis reversely, and press it
again to stop rotating
Coolant on/off
Lubricant on/off
Block delete on/off
Single block function on/off
Pause automatic running
Start automatic running
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4. Manual operation
4. Manual operation
4.1 Returning to reference point manually
CNC machine tool has specific mechanical position, which is called as reference point and for tool
exchange and coordinates setting. Generally, when the power supply is connected, the tool should be moved to
the reference point. This operation is also called as home operation, which will make the CNC system confirm
the origin of machine tool.
The home operation includes program and mechanical mode:
For program home, the action completes when the coordinates of machine tool are 0, and won’t check
whether origin switch is in position;
For mechanical home, the external home sensor switch is used to locate the origin of the machine tool;
two checking modes are available:
With the external sensor switch, the home operation completes when the sensing is successfully
repeatedly.
The external sensor switch is used as deceleration switch, the servo home is enabled as home signal after
sensing and then the sensing stops.
You can set the “Home mode” in [Parameter][Comprehensive Parameter], in which 0 (default) indicates
program and 1 indicates mechanical. You can also press [SBK] key in home mode to switch among
“Mechanical – Program – Mechanical…” quickly. This method doesn’t conflict with parameter setting. You
can select accordingly. To use servo home as the home signal, you need to set “Axis phase Z home enable” to
“1” in [Parameter][Axis Configuration] in mechanical home mode, and the setting will take effect in next
home checking.
Several methods are available for tool returning to reference point and the steps follow:
⑴ Each axis returns to reference point separately
¾ Press the mode switch key [Home] to select home operation;
¾ Press the composite key [X-], [Y-], [Z-], [A-] in the numbers section to return the corresponding axis to reference point.
⑵ The axes return to reference point simultaneously
¾ Press the mode switch key [Home] to select home operation;
¾ Press the [Start] key to return Z axis to reference point, and other axes return to reference point simultaneously. The
automatic home sequence can be configured in the parameters.
⑶ Reset machine tool position
¾ Press the mode switch key [Home] to select home operation;
¾ In [Absolute Position] and [Coordinate System] screen, press [X], [Y], [Z], [A] respectively to show the value of
corresponding axis position, and then press the [Cancel] key to reset the machine tool position of current axis, i.e.
current point is used as machine tool origin. After this operation, the system considers it as a home action. Therefore,
when the program is running, the alarm of not home won’t occur. If you press by mistake, it will switch the screen and
cancel selection automatically.
⑷ Reset relative position manually
¾ Press the mode switch key [Manual] to select manual operation;
¾ In [Relative Position] and [Coordinate System] screen, press [X], [Y], [Z], [A] respectively to show the value of
corresponding axis, and then press the [Cancel] key to reset the relative position of current axis.
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Note
The tool also can return to reference point according to program instruction, i.e. returning to reference point automatically.
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Caution:
Generally, the system will perform home operation after connecting the power supply. If the power fails while the machine
tool is moving, the system also will return to reference point when the power supply is connected again. Return to Z axis to
prevent tool and workpiece from colliding, and damaging tool, workpiece and clamp.
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4. Manual operation
4.2 Continuous feeding manually
Press the keys on the operation panel or handwheel to move the tool along every axis.
The operation follows:
⑴ Press the mode switch key [Manual] to select manual operation;
⑵ Press composite keys [X+], [X-]; [Y+], [Y-]; [Z+], [Z-]; [A+], [A-] in numbers area to move the tool
along selected axis. The keypad follows:
In manual mode, 5# key can be used to switch the manual speed and rapid traverse speed. The rapid
traverse speed of every axis depends on comprehensive parameter 009-012 (rapid traverse speed setting). After
switching to rapid traverse speed, the manual speed of the position interface will be highlighted, while the
actual speed of the position interface is sampled from the moving speed of current axis. This value can truly
reflect the moving speed of current axis (unit: mm/min);
) Note
Only single axis motion is available in manual mode.
4.3 Single step feeding
Single step mode is similar to manual mode, the operations are same, but only moves a specified pulse
increment every time press the key.
The specific operation follows:
⑴ Press the mode switch key [Handwheel/Single step] (this key is composite, and you can press it
repeatedly to switch the modes) to select the single step operation;
⑵ Press composite keys [X+], [X-]; [Y+], [Y-]; [Z+], [Z-]; [A+], [A-] in numbers area to move the tool
for a fixed distance along the selected axis. This distance is controlled by four rates (1.000, 0.100, 0.010, 0.001)
(unit: mm). To select pulse increment, press Up (+) and Down (-) key in the [Position] interface.
4.4 Handwheel feeding
In handwheel mode, rotate the handwheel to make the machine perform single step or continuous motion.
Determine the feed by testing the handwheel signal of the handheld box. In handwheel mode, the feeding axis
and feeding unit are determined by the axis selection signal of the handheld box.
The handwheel feeding step follows:
⑴ Press the mode switch key [Handwheel/Single step] to select handwheel operation;
⑵ Rotate the dip switch on the handwheel to select handhweel axis (X, Y, Z, A);
⑶ Rotate the increment dip switch on the handwheel to select the moving amount (0.1, 0.01, 0.001);
⑷ Rotate the handwheel to move the machine tool. The tool moves certain distance every time you rotate
the handwheel for a scale. (For example, if you select X axis in step ⑵ and select 0.01 in step ⑶, the tool
moves 0.01mm every scale). Rotate the handle continuously to move the machine tool on this axis
continuously.
) Note
The handwheel feeding mode controls only one coordinate axis every time; the faster the handwheel rotates, the faster the
machine tool moves.
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4.5 Manual auxiliary function operation
Coolant on/off
In handwheel/single step/manual mode, press this key to switch on/off the coolant.
Key indicator: No matter in what mode, the key indicator is on if only the coolant is on, or else the
indicator is off.
Lubricant on/off
In handwheel/single step/manual mode, press this key to switch on/off the lubricant.
Key indicator: No matter in what mode, the key indicator is on if only the lubricant is on, or else the
indicator is off.
Principal axis positive rotation/stop
In handwheel/single step/manual mode, press this key to rotate the principal axis positively and
press it again to stop the axis.
Key indicator: No matter in what mode, the key indicator is on if only the principal axis is positive
rotating, or else the indicator is off.
Principal axis reverse rotation/stop
In handwheel/single step/manual mode, press this key to rotate the principal axis reversely and
press it again to stop the axis.
Key indicator: No matter in what mode, the key indicator is on if only the principal axis is reverse
rotating, or else the indicator is off.
General instructions for manual operation keys
Cooling, lubricant, principal axis positive/reverse rotation are available in handwheel, single step and
manual mode;
When the principal axis is rotating, press the reverse rotation key, the principal axis will stop first, and
rotate in reverse direction after pressing it again.
When auxiliary output is on, if the system is switched to other modes, the output is unchanged; you need
to press “Reset” key to switch it off, execute the corresponding M code in automatic mode or execute the
corresponding M code in MDI interface to turn off the output;
When the principal axis is positive/reverse rotating and execute M04/M03 directly, the system first stops
positive/reverse rotating and then execute M04/M03 instruction;
Positive/reverse rotating of principal is stopped while emergency stop, and other outputs can be set
according to system parameters.
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4.6 Tool setting
Tool setting is the main operation and important skill during CNC processing. Under certain conditions,
tool setting precision can determine the processing precision of parts, and the tool setting efficiency also
affects the CNC processing efficiency directly. CNC46XX has M series tool setting mode and L series tool
setting mode, while M series has two tool setting methods, i.e. centered and tool regulator, and L series uses
test cutting.
4.6.1 Centered (M series)
The centered function is that the system calculates the center position of the workpiece automatically
while tool setting to realize segment centered, rectangle centered and circle center location.
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Note
In the tool setting operation below, if the auxiliary parameters of the coordinate system doesn’t need setting, the first three
steps can be omitted. Please refer to chapter 9.5 for auxiliary parameters of the coordinate system.
⑴ Single axis centered
¾ Select the edit mode;
¾ Press [Coordinates], [Coordinates Parameter] to enter the auxiliary parameters setting interface of the coordinate
system;
¾ Move the cursor to desired position, enter new parameters and press [EOB];
¾ Select handwheel or manual mode;
¾ Press [Coordinates] to enter coordinate system setting interface;
¾ Press the left/right arrow to move the cursor to select coordinate system;
¾ Press [Centered Measurement] to enter centered interface;
¾ Move the tool to make its side blade touch side A surface of the workpiece, and press [EOB] to record boundary point
1;
¾ Move the tool to make its side blade touch side B surface of the workpiece, and press [EOB] to record boundary point
2;
¾ Press [EOB] to calculate the coordinates of center point;
¾ If there is no question, press [EOB] again to return the result to specified coordinate system.
⑵ Square centered
¾ Select the edit mode;
¾ Press [Coordinates], [Coordinates Parameter] to enter the auxiliary parameters setting interface of the coordinate
system;
¾ Move the cursor to desired position, enter new parameters and press [EOB];
¾ Select handwheel or manual mode;
¾ Press [Coordinates] to enter coordinate system setting interface;
¾ Press the left/right arrow to move the cursor to select coordinate system;
¾ Press [Centered Measurement] to enter centered interface;
¾ Move the tool to make its side blade touch side A surface of the workpiece, and press [EOB] to record boundary point
1;
¾ Move the tool to make its side blade touch side B surface of the workpiece, and press [EOB] to record boundary point
2;
¾ Record boundary point 3.4 in the same method;
¾ Press [EOB] after recording all boundary points to calculate the coordinates of center point;
¾ If there is no question, press [EOB] again to return the result to specified coordinate system.
⑶ Plane circle (XY plane) centered
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Circle centered has two modes, which are three points and two points with specified radius; If the user
only types two coordinates in the option of workpiece boundary point and specifies one value for R, the system
will determine the circle center with two points and radius automatically; if the user types coordinates of three
points in the option of workpiece boundary point, the system will determine the circle center with three points
and shield R.
The centered step of three points arc follows:
¾ Select the edit mode;
¾ Press [Coordinates], [Coordinates Parameter] to enter the auxiliary parameters setting interface of the coordinate
system;
¾ Move the cursor to desired position, enter new parameters and press [EOB];
¾ Select handwheel or manual mode;
¾ Press [Coordinates] to enter coordinate system setting interface;
¾ Press the left/right arrow to move the cursor to select coordinate system;
¾ Press [Centered Measurement] to enter centered interface;
¾ Move the tool to make its side blade touch the surface of round workpiece, and press [EOB] to record boundary point
1;
¾ Move the tool to make its side blade touch another point in the surface of the workpiece, and press [EOB] to record
boundary point 2;
¾ Move the tool to make its side blade touch another point in the surface of the workpiece, and press [EOB] to record
boundary point 3;
¾ Press [EOB] after recording all boundary points to calculate the coordinates of circle center and display in the result
section;
¾ If there is no question, press [EOB] again to return the result to specified coordinate system.
Arc centered validation
In the main menu, press [Monitor], [MDI] to enter the MDI interface, select edit mode, enter program
block G55G0X0Y0 (if coordinate system G55 is selected while tool setting), press [Start], [EOB], and the tool
moves to workpiece center automatically, indicating that three points arc centered properly.
The validation steps for other tool setting methods are same.
4.6.2 Tool regulator (M series)
Tool regulator principle:
The tool regulator uses external sensor switch to set the reference point for axis Z, which is similar to
home. After changing tool during processing or changing tool manually, transfer this function to automatically
check the Z value of current workpiece’s home.
Tool regulator usage
Before using the tool regulator, you need to set the parameters. In [Coordinate] menu, press [Coordinate
Parameter] to show tool setting parameters. After that, press [Tool Regulator] in the setting interface to execute
the tool regulator program according to specified parameters.
The action sequence of tool regulator follows
¾ Return Z axis to mechanical home first, and then locate principal axis to X, Y coordinates of the tool regulator;
¾ Tool regulator blows to start;
¾ Z axis moves down, and retracts when touches tool regulator sensor switch, moves down at lower speed when the
sensor switch leaves, records the machine tool coordinates of current Z axis when touches the switch and assigns to the
Z coordinates of current selected coordinate system;
¾ Tool regulator blows to turn off;
¾ Z axis returns to home position.
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4. Manual operation
4.6.3 Tool setting by test cutting (L series)
The machine tool uses test cutting for tool setting, which moves the tool to cut the processing file,
measures the value after cutting and enters into the system to complete the tool setting for center point.
For tool setting by test cutting, enter the test cutting interface first.
¾ Press [Coordinate], [Tool Setting] to enter tool setting interface;
¾ Move cursor to desired tool number, and select diameter or length for the type of current test cutting;
¾ Select handwheel, single step or manual mode;
¾ Press the principal axis on, and then press [X+] [X-] [Z+] [Z-] to move the axis and test cutting the workpiece;
¾ After test cutting, turn off the principal axis but do not move the axis;
¾ Select edit mode, measure corresponding data and display data, press the number keys to enter directly, press [EOB] to
calculate and save automatically, or press [Cancel] to exit;
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1.
2.
3.
For tool setting by test cutting, automatically calculate the entered measurement value plus
current machine tool coordinates and then enter. Therefore, the current position of machine tool
must be true.
When measuring the diameter of workpiece, test cutting a layer of the workpiece surface. After
cutting, the axis can only retract in opposite direction. Do not move X axis, or else the
measured diameter will be invalid.
Measure the length of the workpiece, touch the workpiece end with the tool, make it can be cut;
enter length value 0, indicating that current point is the workpiece home of Z axis.
4.7 Data settings
4.7.1 Tool compensation data setting
The tool compensation parameters can be set as follow:
¾ Select the edit mode;
¾ In the main menu, press [Coordinate], and then press submenu [Compensation] to enter tool compensation parameter
setting interface;
¾ Move cursor to select the parameter, enter the value and then press [EOB] to modify the parameter where the cursor
locates.
4.7.2 System parameter setting
The system parameters can be modified as follow:
¾ Select the edit mode;
¾ In the main menu, press [Parameter] to enter parameter setting interface;
¾ Then, press the submenu key to select the parameter type (comprehensive, management …);
¾ Move cursor to select the parameter, enter the value and then press [EOB] to modify the parameter where the cursor
locates.
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5. Automatic operation
5. Automatic operation
The machine tool moving according to prepared program is called as automatic operation. The automatic
operation modes of CNC46XX system follow:
Memory operation, MDI operation, USB disk DNC operation.
5.1 Memory operation
The machine tool can operate according to the program in CNC46XX memory, which is called as
memory operation.
The program is prestored in the memory. Select and load a program with the operation panel and press the
“Start” key to start the automatic operation. Then, press “Pause” key to pause, press “Start” key again to
resume the operation, and press “Reset” during operation to stop the program immediately.
The step of memory operation follows:
⑴ Save the program in the memory (see 8.1 for details);
⑵ Select [Edit], [File] in the menu or press [File] on the panel to enter file operation interface;
⑶ Press the direction keys to move the cursor, press [EOB] to select a program and load the file into the
work area;
⑷ Press mode selection key [Auto] to switch to automatic mode;
⑸ Press the [Start] key to run the program, and the indicator is on.
5.2 MDI operation
In [Monitor] interface, switch to [MDI], enter the program with keypad and make the machine tool
operate according to the program. The program block isn’t saved in system memory, and can’t be preserved
upon power failure. This is called as MDI operation and the step follows:
⑴ Press mode selection key [Edit];
⑵ Select [Monitor], [MDI] in the menu to enter MDI interface;
⑶ Enter program block instruction manually;
⑷ Press [Start], [EOB] to start executing the program block.
5.3 USB disk DNC
The program read from external USB disk can operate the machine tool without saving in CNC memory.
This operation is called as USB disk DNC operation.
The step of USB disk DNC operation follows:
⑴ Insert the USB disk;
⑵ Select [Monitor], [File] in the menu to enter file operation interface;
⑶ Select USB disk and press [EOB] to enter;
⑷ Move cursor to select a file in the disk;
⑸ Press [EOB] to load the file into work area (system buffer);
⑹ Press mode selection key [Auto];
⑺ Press the [Start] key to run the program, and the indicator is on.
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The system won’t record the USD disk path. If power failure occurs during DNC processing, the program info will be lost
when the power supply is connected again.
5.4 Speed rate adjustment
Feeding rate
In automatic mode, press Up/Down key in [Position] interface to adjust the feeding rate; Press the key
once to increase or decrease by 10% (10%-150%).
Manual rate
In manual mode, press Up/Down key in [Position] interface to adjust the manual rate; Press the key to
increase or decrease by 10% (10%-150%). If you press the FF key and Up/Down key, you can adjust the fast
forward rate by 10% (10%-150%).
Principal axis rotation
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5. Automatic operation
In automatic or manual mode, press the Left/Right key to adjust the principal axis rotation by 100r/min.
The maximum rotation is set by the principal axis parameters in the system and the minimum rotation is
16r/min. If you press and hold the key for three seconds, the value will be increased or decreased quickly.
5.5 Run idle
(Reserved)
5.6 SBK function
In automatic mode, press [SBK] to start the SBK function. Current program block stops after executing;
press [Start] again and next block stops after executing. The SBK mode allows checking the program block by
block.
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① In G28-G30, single block also can be stopped at the center point;
② The stop points of single block in fixed circle are ①, ②, ⑥ in the figure below; when the single blocks of ①, ② stops,
the feeding pauses and the pause indicator is on.
5.7 BDT function
In automatic mode, press [BDT] to start the BDT function, which will make the block instructions in the
line after ‘/’ in the program invalid.
5.8 Stopping automatic operating
Two methods are available to stop automatic operating, i.e. enter stop command where the program will
stop (M00, M01) and press the key on the operation panel to stop the machine tool.
Program stops
After executing the block with M00 or M01, the automatic operating stops, which is same to single block
stop, and all mode information is saved. Start with CNC and the automatic operation can be started again.
After processing a part, the automatic operation stops.
Program ends
After executing the block with M30, the automatic operating stops, changes into reset state, and returns to
program start.
Feeding pause
During automatic operation, press the [Pause] key on the operation panel, the automatic operation pauses
and the indicator is on; press [Start] again to continue operating the machine tool and the pause indicator is on.
Reset
During automatic operation, press the [Reset] key on the operation panel and the system stops
immediately. Here, [Reset] has the same function as emergency stop button.
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6. Safe operation
6.1 Emergency stop
Press the emergency stop button on the machine tool, which will stop immediately, and all outputs such as
principal axis rotation and coolant are turned off. Rotate the button clockwise to cancel emergency stop, but all
outputs must be restarted.
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The power supply isn’t always cut off upon emergency stop. Please refer to the electrical configuration description of the
machine tool manufacturer for details;
Before releasing emergency stop, please eliminate the problems of the machine tool.
6.2 Hard limit over travel
The system alarms if the tool touches travel switch during operation. The axis in corresponding direction
can’t move, and only moves in reverse direction. Before the alarm is released, the system can’t enter automatic
operation normally. After investigating the alarm reason, press [Reset] to clear the alarm information.
6.3 Soft limit over travel
If the tool enters the restriction area regulated by the parameter (travel limit), the system alarms over
travel, and the tool decelerates and stops. At this moment, you can move the tool to safe direction in manual
mode, and then press [Reset] to release the alarm.
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During automatic operation, when the tool touches an axial travel switch, the tool decelerates and stops all axial motions,
and only displays one over travel alarm.
During manual operation, when the tool touches an axial travel switch, the tool only decelerates and stops motion on
current axis, and still moves along other axes.
When the tool is in safe position, press [Reset] to clear the alarm. Please refer to the manual of the machine tool for details.
Both limit alarm and soft limit alarm have a deceleration stop, and therefore the sensing range of the limit should have
sufficient space, or else the limit protection will be disabled due to over travel.
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7. Alarm and self- diagnosis function
The system has several levels, and the alarm numbers also have different type, as follow:
0~1023:
G code program running alarm info
1024~2048:
System environment alarm info
7.1 NC program execution alarm
0000
:
Reset
0001
:
Prog No End
0004
:
M6Tx Abort
0005
:
Tool Invalid
0006
:
G Program Repeat Error
0007
:
G Program Number Error
0008
:
G7X8X Instruction Run Error
0009
:
Program Abend
0010
:
Appointed M01 Instruction Stop
0011
:
M98 Format Error
0012
:
Motion Run Error
0013
:
Current Program No Repair
0014
:
G Program Format Error
0015
:
M99 Instruction Abort
0016
:
Motion Abort
0017
:
Illegal char
0018
:
Noneffective Exegesis Character
0019
:
Illegal G Code
0020
:
GCode RadialOffset Num Err
0021
:
Noneffective GCode RadialOffset
0022
:
Arc Appointed Error
0023
:
Appointed Noneffective Plane
0024
:
M98 Instruction Abort
0025
:
Spindle Appointed Number Error
0026
:
MCode Instruction Abort
0027
:
Spi Appointed Err
0028
:
Motion Repeat Request
0029
:
Appointed Arc Nonentity
0030
:
Missing X Code Error
0031
:
Missing X Code Error
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0032
:
Missing X Code Error
0033
:
Missing X Code Error
0034
:
Missing X Code Error
0035
:
Missing X Code Error
0036
:
Missing X Code Error
0037
:
Missing X Code Error
0038
:
Missing X Code Error
0039
:
Missing X Code Error
0040
:
Missing X Code Error
0041
:
Missing X Code Error
0042
:
Missing X Code Error
0043
:
Missing X Code Error
0044
:
Missing X Code Error
0045
:
Missing X Code Error
0046
:
Missing X Code Error
0047
:
Missing X Code Error
0048
:
Screw Value Repeat Error
0049
:
System Abort
0050
:
Factitious return
0051
:
no parameter input
0052
:
no store address for Gcode pro num form
7. Program saving & editing
7.2 System environment alarm
1024
:
no
\"return zero\
1. The system doesn’t perform home action after started
1025
:
4 - direction program limit
1026
:
4 + direction program limit
1027
:
Z - direction program limit
1028
:
Z + direction program limit
1029
:
Y - direction program limit
1030
:
Y + direction program limit
1031
:
X - direction program limit
1032
:
X+ direction program limit
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1033
:
4 - direction machine limit
1034
:
4 + direction machine limit
1035
:
Z - direction machine limit
1036
:
Z + direction machine limit
1037
:
Y - direction machine limit
1038
:
Y + direction machine limit
1039
:
X - direction machine limit
1040
:
X+ direction machine limit
:
The system has corresponding limit alarm. Please check corresponding limit sensor point or parameters.
If hard limit occurs, and the appearance of the sensor point doesn’t has any problem, enter the diagnosis
mode in manual mode and check the state of the input port in diagnosis mode. If the state is valid,
please eliminate in sequence. Pull out the input IO cable and check whether the sense disappears. If yes,
please check the circuit. If the problem still exists, the internal optocoupler is broken. Please contact the
supplier.
Emergency stop
1041
Emergency stop button of the handheld box interface is valid.
1042
:
External emergency stop 2 input is valid; check whether IO assignment has conflict or interference.
Search for corresponding function ports in IO configuration, and then check in input diagnosis.
X Sevor driver alarm
1043
:
Y Sevor driver alarm
1044
:
Z Sevor driver alarm
1045
:
4 Sevor driver alarm
Servo alarm; if the servo doesn’t alarm, parameter P2.001~004 setting and actual servo alarm level may
1046
:
be reverse. Please modify the parameters.
The corresponding function ports are IN34~37, which can be checked in input diagnosis.
Axis's physical line redefine
Interface axis No. set by parameter P2.45~P2.49 is specified repeatedly
1047
:
spi no to home
1048
:
workpiece no lock
1049
:
safe signal can't detect
1051
:
air no enough
1052
:
chuck signal alarm detect
7.3 Alarm processing
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If alarm occurs, please refer to the alarm code to confirm the failure reason.
When alarm occurs, if the system isn’t reset, the alarm will constantly prompt no matter whether the
alarm still exists, so as to avoid the conditions that false alarm causes system suspended, but can’t
find the reason.
If the error is caused by data setting, modify the data, and then press [Reset] to clear the alarm info.
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When alarm occurs, please remove the alarm reason. Please note that several alarms may occur at the
same time. Please refer to the alarm info in the Diagnosis menu for details. When the alarms are
eliminated, please press [Reset] to clear the alarm ring.
7.4 Self-diagnosis function
The CNC system may stop even when there is no alarm info, this may be because the system is executing
certain processes. Please check with the self-diagnosis function.
The step of self-diagnosis follows:
⑴ In the main menu, press [Diagnosis] to enter the diagnosis interface;
⑵ Select [Input] to enter the input diagnosis interface, or select [Output] to enter the output diagnosis
interface;
⑶ Output diagnosis: In edit mode, press the direction keys to select the output port, and press [EOB] to
switch the output level of corresponding output port;
⑷ Input diagnosis: When certain input signal is valid, the corresponding area on the screen flashes.
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8. Program saving & editing
8. Program saving & editing
8.1 Saving the program in the memory
8.1.1 Keypad input (new program)
Create new program in the memory with the keypad, and the step follows:
In the main menu, press [Edit] to enter program edit interface;
Press [File] to enter file operation interface;
Select [New] to create a new file;
Enter the file name and press [EOB] to confirm and create a new program in current directory in the
memory, and load into the system by default;
Select [Close] to exit [Edit] interface;
In edit mode, enter the program content;
After editing all programs, press [Reset] to save the edited programs into the system memory.
8.1.2 PC serial port input
The step of transmitting files to controller through PC follows:
Set system baud rate and ID No.;
Connect to PC and run Adtech serial communication software;
Set the baud rate same as controller, and scan ID device;
Select the [Upload file to NC] button in the communication software;
Select CNC file in the popup dialog box and press [Open] button.
8.1.3 Copying processing files from USB disk
The step of copying CNC processing file to system memory through USB disk follows:
In the main menu, press [Edit] to enter program edit interface;
Select [File] to enter file operation interface;
Select USB disk and press [EOB] to enter;
Move the cursor to select a CNC file and then select [Copy];
Return to the root directory, locate the PROG directory in disk D, enter the directory, and select [Paste] to
complete copying.
8.2 Reading programs into work area
8.2.1 Reading programs from controller into work area
The step of loading files from system memory into work area follows:
Press [File] to enter file operation interface;
Select desired program, which is in PROG directory in disk D by default, press [EOB] to enter
subdirectory, or press [Cancel] to exit;
Move cursor to select desired program, press [EOB] to confirm and load the program.
8.2.2 Reading programs from USB disk into work area
The step of loading files from USB disk into work area follows:
Insert the USB disk;
Press [File] to enter file operation interface;
Select USB disk, move cursor to select a file in the disk, and press [EOB] to load the file.
8.3 Editing & modifying programs
The program in CNC memory can be edited with NC keypad. In the main menu, press [Edit] to enter program edit interface
and edit the program in current work area (for loading program into work area, refer to 8.2). The edit mode similar to
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notepad in Windows. Move the cursor directly to locate, press keys to enter, press [EOB] to change line, and press [Delete]
to delete the character where the cursor locates.
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After all operations, press Reset to save the files, and the functions base on edit mode;
CNC46XX uses new file mapping technology, and allows loading processing files that exceed its memory. Therefore, to
ensure the system efficiency, you can only search and process, but can’t edit the processing files that exceed 2MB.
8.4 Deleting files
8.4.1 Deleting files in memory
Follow the step below to delete the programs in system memory:
Press [File] to enter file operation interface;
Follow the prompt on the screen, select the file and press [Delete] to confirm and delete the file.
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If the program has been loaded into work area, you need to restart the system to delete the program, or else the system will
report error.
The programs loaded into the work area can’t be deleted, or else the system will report error.
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9. Main interfaces of the system
9.1 Position interface
The position interface shows current machine tool coordinates, including absolute position, relative
position and comprehensive position. In the main interface, press [Monitor] to enter the position interface.
To enter position interface:
[MONITOR]
[Position]
[Absolute]
[Relative]
[Comprehensive]
Absolute position
The position of current machine tool coordinates relative to the origin of workpiece coordinate system
The absolute position interface follows:
Absolute Position Interface
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Relative position
In manual mode, reset current coordinates to check the relative motion distance of any displacement, and
thus it is called as relative position.
This interface is usually used for early tool setting. Considering that some operators have been used to
manual calculation, this function is preserved. With the more and more powerful of automatic centered
function, it is used less.
The operation follows:
¾ Enter [Position] interface;
¾ Switch to [Relative] interface;
¾ Then, enter manual mode;
¾ Press a coordinate axis No., e.g., ‘X’, and the X coordinate flashes;
¾ Press “Cancel” to reset X coordinate to 0;
The relative position interface follows:
Relative Position Interface
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Comprehensive coordinates
The interface displayed by absolute coordinates and machine tool coordinate
Comprehensive position interface is shown below:
Comprehensive Position Interface
9.2 Edit interface
The edit interface shows the program info in current work area. In the main interface, press [Edit] to enter
the program interface.
To enter program edit interface:
[Edit/PROG]
[Edit]
Program edit
The program edit interface shows the NC program currently processed; in edit mode, you can edit the NC
program (see 8.3 for details).
Program Edit Interface
System info interface
The system info is a summary of the program blocks in current processing area, and calculates the
resource usage in current work area. The upper right of the program directory interface shows the version info
of current controller software. If our engineering personnel asks to confirm the software version of the
controller on site, please provide this version info.
To enter system info interface:
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[Diagnosis]
[System Info]
System info interface is shown below:
System Info Interface
9.3 MDI interface
MDI mode is mainly used for the execution of single G code in certain occasions.
To enter MDI interface:
[Monitor]
[MDI]
In MDI interface, enter complete NC code instruction in edit mode, press the [Start] key in the edit mode
and confirm to execute directly.
To restore the default settings quickly, press and hold the [Reset] key for three seconds and choose to
reset or not.
MDI interaction interface is shown below:
MDI Interface
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9.4 File management
In the file management interface, you can manage the system files.
To enter file management interface:
[Edit/PROG]
[File]
File management mainly has the following functions:
¾ Connect the UBS disk, and copy the files between USB disk and electronic disk;
¾ Upgrade system software: Copy the upgrade file to system memory in either method above to
upgrade the software;
¾ Restart the controller. In [File Management] interface, press the Reset key to restart the controller.
This method is different from restarting due to power failure. In certain occasions, you can restart the
controller quickly in this method to make certain function take effect.
¾ Connect to PC with the USB cable, and exchange the data between USB disk and PC.
File operation interface is shown below:
File Operation Interface
9.5 Graphic simulation
[Track] function is to simulate NC processing program.
To enter graphic simulation interface:
[MONITOR]
[Track]
Enter track interface to enable real-time track display automatically. During automatic running of the
system, the motion track is displayed in real-time. In standby mode, you can also press Preview to prescan the
processing file.
The shortcuts of adjusting position:
PageUp:
Zoom in
PageDown:
Zoom out
→←↑↓:
Shift position; the shift unit is the set pixel unit
Graphic simulation interface is shown below:
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Graphic Simulation Interface
9.6 Parameter interface
The parameter interface shows system parameter info, including comprehensive, axis parameter,
management, tool magazine, principal axis, port, etc. In the main interface, press [parameter] to enter the
interface.
Parameter has the following menus:
[Parameter/SYSTEM]
[Comprehensive]
[Axis Configuration]
[Management
[Tool Magazine
[Principal Axis]
[Port]
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Comprehensive parameters
Comprehensive parameters are a set of functions that aren’t classified in details, e.g. home mode, manual
speed, etc.
Comprehensive parameter interface is shown below:
Comprehensive Parameter Interface
Axis parameters
Axis parameters are parameter set of interface characteristics of control position axis. Please refer to the parameter
description for details.
Axis parameter interface is shown below:
Management parameters
This is a function set that confirms identity and initialize the system.
Management parameter interface is shown below:
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Management Parameter Interface
Tool magazine parameters
Tool magazine parameters collect the parameters that the tool magazine requires. The specific meaning of the parameters
should be determined by the tool magazine of the machine tool, and therefore should refer to the instructions provided by the
machine tool manufacturer.
Principal axis parameters
Principal axis parameters are the set of electrical characteristics of servo and common principal axes. The specific
application also depends on the principal axis selection of the machine tool manufacturer. The servo parameters and axis
parameters have the same meaning, and therefore please refer to the description of axis parameters.
Principal axis parameter interface is shown below:
Principal Axis Parameters Interface
IO configuration parameters
IO configuration parameters are the assignment of hardware interfaces. This parameter set is the IO pin sequence specified
by the system’s IO function numbers, which will improve the system flexibility. Please refer to System Parameters for the
specific meaning of the parameters.
IO configuration parameter interface is shown below:
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IO Configuration Parameters Interface
9.7 Compensation interface
Tool compensation interface shows tool compensation info of the system, including tool length
compensation, tool radius compensation and other input variables. The compensation method is different from
M series and L series, which will be described below.
To enter tool compensation interface:
[Coordinates/COORD]
[Compensation]
M series tool compensation interface has two compensation variables, i.e. tool length compensation and
tool radius compensation; corresponding to G43, G44 and G41, G42; enter compensation value to
corresponding compensation number, and transfer the compensation number in NC program to realize the
compensation. Tool compensation numbers have 36 variables.
Tool compensation interface is shown below:
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Tool Compensation Parameter Setting Interface
9.8 M series workpiece coordinate system setting interface
The coordinates interface shows coordinate system info, including setting, coordinate system, centered,
and tool regulator. In the main interface, press [Coordinate] to enter coordinate system.
Workpiece coordinate system
Display workpiece coordinate system, i.e. the offset of workpiece home position and machine tool home
position, Totally six basic workpiece coordinate systems (G54~G59) and nine extension coordinate systems
(G591~G599) are available.
To enter workpiece coordinate system interface:
[Coordinates/COORD]
[Coordinate System]
The workpiece coordinate system interface is shown below:
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Workpiece Coordinate System Setting Interface
Coordinate system auxiliary parameter setting interface
The auxiliary parameters for workpiece coordinate system, including origin offset and tool setting
parameters of automatic tool regulator.
To enter coordinate system auxiliary parameter setting interface:
[Coordinates/COORD]
[Coordinate Parameter]
The detailed auxiliary parameters are described in the table below:
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X coordinates offset
2
Y coordinates offset
3
Z coordinates offset
4
A coordinates offset
5
X coordinates of tool regulator
6
Y coordinates of tool regulator
7
Z coordinates of tool regulator
8
Axis selection symbol of tool regulator
9
Effective voltage level of tool regulator
10
Set tool automatically after changing
11
Tool regulator machine tool X limit
12
Tool regulator machine tool Y limit
13
Tool regulator machine tool Z limit
14
Tool regulator X search direction
15
Tool regulator Y search direction
16
Tool regulator Z search direction
17
Tool regulator limit effective signal
18
Add offset to coordinates automatically
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⑴ Origin offset
¾ The origin offset is added to current machine tool coordinates when setting the coordinate system; this parameter
setting is available in next tool setting;
¾ The application of this parameter is for the processing of certain parts that require several working procedures. The first
processing procedure may damage the tool setting position of the workpiece, and the next procedure can’t locate the
proper tool setting position. Therefore, a reference tool setting point is required, and the offset from reference point to
actual tool setting position can be set to this parameter. No matter tool setting in which procedure, you only need to set
to this reference point and it is same like setting to home position of the workpiece.
⑵ Tool regulator coordinates, effective signal, automatic tool setting, machine tool Z negative limit of
tool regulator:
¾ The X, Y coordinates are the mechanical coordinates of the tool regulator on machine tool; the tool regulator can
position automatically only when the coordinate is set properly.
¾ Effective voltage level of tool regulator is to set the signal interface level of the tool regulator, which should be set
according to the actual interface of the tool regulator.
¾ Automatic tool setting after changing is that the tool regulator function executes automatically after tool changing
instruction is returned successfully to improve the processing efficiency.
¾ Z negative limit is used to prevent crash caused by not in place of Z axis error checking. Once negative limit alarm
occurs, the tool regulator stops working immediately. If the system is in processing state, the system will send abnormal
alarm; during separate setting of the tool regulator, the alarm won’t occur.
9.9 Controller diagnosis interface (diagnosis)
The diagnosis interface is used to display the hardware interfaces and system info, including alarm, input,
output, DA diagnosis; press [Diagnosis] to enter the diagnosis interface.
The diagnosis interface follows:
[Diagnosis/DGNOS]
Alarm
Input
Output
DA
System Info
Alarm interface
Display the alarm of the system after power on, including 15 alarm records.
IO diagnosis interface
IO diagnosis allows entering at any moment. You can check current IO state of the system. In manual
mode, press the direction keys to select corresponding IO, and press EOB to control the output manually.
DA diagnosis interface
Correct the output voltage of two lines DA voltage module for testing; press the direction keys to output
corresponding voltage directly, input the actually measured voltage to corresponding gear position; when
transferring control instructions of principal axis, the system will correct according to correction value.
System info
The system info shows basic information of current system, and is used to mark current software version,
hardware version, upgrade info, etc. In this interface, you can follow the prompt to perform operations.
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9.10 Macro variable view interface (macro variable)
This is the variable register view menu of macro function. In this menu, you can turn pages to view the
macro variables, or enter values to variable register directly in edit mode.
To enter macro variable view interface:
[MONITOR]
Macro Variable
The macro variable menu has eight levels, as below:
Local variable
#100~#199
#500~#599
#600~#699
#700~#799
#800~#899
#900~#999
Process variable
¾ In the variable interfaces of different levels, you can check the corresponding variable number. Local variable has five
levels totally, and shows the variables of current working layer by default. To view a specific layer, please enter local
variable submenu, and then select according to layers.
¾ Process variables are to customize the names of 20 variables (#100~#999) according to CSV configuration table, so that
the variable names have visual meanings. In programs, the user customized variables are transferred with variable
number.
9.11 Current mode instruction info
Display the G code mode info of current system;
In [Monitor] interface, you can check the running code info of current system:
Motion instruction:
G00, G01
Select plane:
G17, G18, G19
Coordinate logic:
G90, G91
Workpiece coordinate system:
G54, G59, G591…G599
Radius compensation:
G40, G41, G42
Length compensation:
G43, G44, G49
Compound instruction retracting plane: G98, G99
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10. Program saving & editing
System maintenance
10.1 Restart
⑴ In the main menu, press [Edit] to enter the program interface;
⑵ Press [File] to enter the file interface;
⑶ Press [Reset] and the system asks whether restart or not;
⑷ Press [OK] to restart the system.
10.2 System upgrade
The step of copying upgrade program with USB disk follows:
⑴ In the main menu, press [Edit] to enter the program interface;
⑵ Press [File] to enter the file management interface;
⑶ Insert the USB disk, select the USB disk symbol in the root directory; after reading successfully, the
system enters the USB directory automatically;
⑷ Move cursor to the upgrade file ADTROM.BIN, select [Copy], enter ADT directory in disk D and
paste;
⑸ Select the second upgrade file NC_RES.NC; skip this step if the file doesn’t exist. Also select Copy,
enter disk D, and paste in directory ADT.
(6) After upgrading, enter BIOS, select USB in [Boot-up mode], and restart the system to take effect.
(7) Enter System Info in Diagnosis menu to view the system version and compilation date, and check
whether the upgrade is successful.
10.3 Reset
⑴Select the edit mode;
⑵ In the main menu, press [Parameter] to enter the parameter interface;
⑶ Press [Management] key to enter management parameter interface;
⑷ Move cursor to “006 Reset all parameters”;
⑸ Press [EOB], the system confirms, restores the default parameters and restarts automatically.
10.4 Parameter backup and restore
⑴ Select the edit mode;
⑵ In the main menu, press [Parameter] to enter the parameter interface;
⑶ Press [Management] key to enter management parameter interface;
⑷ Move cursor to 007 or 008, and select corresponding operation menu;
⑸ Press [EOB], the system confirms, and performs backup or restore operation;
(6) The backup operation will generate the SYSCONF.BAK file in the root directory of disk D. Please
save this file for backup in the future.
(7) For restore operation, also save the SYSCONF.BAK file in the root directory of disk D. The system
will recognize this file automatically in the process of restoring.
10.5 Entering BIOS
(1) If the system has irreversible error and can’t be started, please enter BIOS to upgrade and maintain the
program;
(2) To enter BIOS, press the [Cancel] key after the controller is electrified and before the application is
started; after entering, a blue background interface pops up. If the BIOS requires password, a prompt pops up.
Please type the password to enter the BIOS.
(3) Enter BIOS to perform operations such as format disk C, D, and copy files from USB disk to upgrade;
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System parameters
According to occasions and functions, the parameters contain comprehensive parameters, IO
configuration parameters, management parameters and coordinate setting parameters.
¾ Comprehensive parameters are complete, and contain basic operation and usage settings of the controller, including
principal axis, handwheel, home, tool magazine, etc.;
¾ IO configuration parameters are mainly used for machine installation and test, adapting to the interface characteristics
of machine tool and motor drive;
¾ Coordinate setting parameters are tool setting configuration in [Coordinate] interface;
⑴ It is required to confirm user identity to modify the parameter table. The controller has two levels of
user authority, which are super user and operator; super user can modify all parameters and user passwords;
while operator only can operate the parameters that require modification, and modify the operator password; in
P3.1 of management parameters, the system enters the corresponding mode automatically according to the
entered password.
⑵ According to the application, the parameters will take effect immediately or after restarted; the
parameters that require restart are marked with <●>.
⑶ Certain parameters are set in binary system (parameter descriptor has bit symbol); the conversion
between binary system and decimal system follows:
Bit0: Set to 1 to correspond to decimal 1;
Bit1: Set to 1 to correspond to decimal 2;
Bit2: Set to 1 to correspond to decimal 4;
Bit3: Set to 1 to correspond to decimal 8;
Bit4: Set to 1 to correspond to decimal 16;
Bit5: Set to 1 to correspond to decimal 32;
Bit6: Set to 1 to correspond to decimal 64;
Bit7: Set to 1 to correspond to decimal 128;
For more bits, multiply the decimal system corresponding to binary system of previous position by 2. If
only the corresponding bit is 1, accumulate the numbers of corresponding decimal system according to the
comparison table to get the setting value.
For example: set Bit0, Bit1 and Bit5 to 1, and the parameter will be 1+2+32=35.
11.1 Parameter index list
S/N
General parameter (P1.)
001
X Gear Numerator Instant
General parameter (P1.)
002
X Gear Denominator Instant
General parameter (P1.)
003
Y Gear Numerator Instant
General parameter (P1.)
004
Y Gear Denominator Instant
General parameter (P1.)
005
Z Gear Numerator Instant
General parameter (P1.)
006
Z Gear Denominator Instant
General parameter (P1.)
007
4 Gear Numerator Instant
General parameter (P1.)
008
4 Gear Denominator Instant
General parameter (P1.)
009
X FastSpeed(mm/min) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
010
Y FastSpeed(mm/min) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
011
Z FastSpeed(mm/min) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
012
4 FastSpeed(mm/min) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
013
XStartupSpeed(mm/min Instant
General parameter (P1.)
014
YstartupSpeed(mm/min) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
015
ZstartupSpeed(mm/min) Instant
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Parameter type
Default
value
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Parameter type
S/N
General parameter (P1.)
016
Effective
mode
Instant
4StartupSpeed(mm/min)
General parameter (P1.)
017
X Acceleration(Kpps) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
018
Y Acceleration(Kpps) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
019
Z Acceleration(Kpps) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
020
4 Acceleration(Kpps) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
021
X Soft PosLimit+(mm) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
022
X Soft PosLimit-(mm) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
023
Y Soft PosLimit+(mm) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
024
Y Soft PosLimit-(mm) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
025
Z Soft PosLimit+(mm) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
026
Z Soft PosLimit-(mm) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
027
4 Soft PosLimit+(mm) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
028
4 Soft PosLimit-(mm) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
029
Inp Speed(mm/min) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
030
InpStartSpeed(mm/min) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
031
InpAcceleration(mm/sec) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
032
XBacklashExpiate(pulse) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
033
YBacklashExpiate(pulse) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
034
ZBacklashExpiate(pulse) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
035
4BacklashExpiate(pulse) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
036
ZeroReturn Mode Instant
General parameter (P1.)
037
IO FilterWave(1~8) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
038
JOG Speed(mm/min) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
039
MaxFeedSpeed(mm/min) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
040
MaxMPGSpeed(mm/min) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
041
Wheel Coefficient Instant
General parameter (P1.)
042
M Code Delaytime(ms) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
043
X HOME Offset(pulse) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
044
Y HOME Offset(pulse) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
045
Z HOME Offset(pulse) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
046
4 HOME Offset(pulse) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
047
Line number Instant
General parameter (P1.)
048
System Baudrate Instant
General parameter (P1.)
049
Controler ID Instant
General parameter (P1.)
050
X HomeDir Instant
General parameter (P1.)
051
Y HomeDir Instant
General parameter (P1.)
052
Z HomeDir Instant
General parameter (P1.)
053
4 HomeDir Instant
General parameter (P1.)
054
Circle InpUnit(mm) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
055
G73(M)LoopObligate(mm) Instant
Description
Default
value
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Effective
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Instant
G83(M)LoopObligate(mm)
Parameter type
S/N
General parameter (P1.)
056
General parameter (P1.)
057
ArcSpeedUpVal Instant
General parameter (P1.)
058
interpolation speed mode Instant
General parameter (P1.)
059
GCode pre-treatment Instant
General parameter (P1.)
060
'O'Pro Scan Instant
General parameter (P1.)
061
SpindleControlMode Instant
General parameter (P1.)
062
X ZeroReturn Speed Instant
General parameter (P1.)
063
Y ZeroReturn Speed Instant
General parameter (P1.)
064
Z ZeroReturn Speed Instant
General parameter (P1.)
065
4 ZeroReturn Speed Instant
General parameter (P1.)
066
Safe Signal ELevel Instant
General parameter (P1.)
067
Pressure Signal ELevel Instant
General parameter (P1.)
068
ChuckSignal ELevel Instant
General parameter (P1.)
069
OilPressure Open(min) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
070
OilPressure Keep(sec) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
071
OilPressureOut Freq(Hz) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
072
OilInspect ELevel Instant
General parameter (P1.)
073
SpindleAlarm ELevel Instant
General parameter (P1.)
074
TransduserAlarm ELevel Instant
General parameter (P1.)
075
ExScram ELevel Instant
General parameter (P1.)
076
BackHome ModeConf(bit) Instant
General parameter (P1.)
077
Arc Acc.for Radii Instant
General parameter (P1.)
078
Arc Acc.for Speed Instant
General parameter (P1.)
079
PretreatmentCode Set Instant
General parameter (P1.)
080
Inp AccSpeed Mode Instant
General parameter (P1.)
081
'S'Speed Acceleration Instant
General parameter (P1.)
082
ExStart ELevel Instant
General parameter (P1.)
083
ExPause ELevel Instant
General parameter (P1.)
084
HOME Check for alarm Instant
General parameter (P1.)
085
HOME Check Enable Instant
General parameter (P1.)
086
X diameter prog enable Instant
General parameter (P1.)
087
default process plane Instant
General parameter (P1.)
088
T code form Instant
General parameter (P1.)
089
IP address Restart
General parameter (P1.)
090
subnet mask Restart
General parameter (P1.)
091
General parameter (P1.)
092
Pretreatment segments Instant
General parameter (P1.)
093
feed speed setting En Instant
General parameter (P1.)
094
enable of G00 Inp mode Instant
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Parameter type
S/N
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mode
Description
Axis parameter (P2.)
001
X_ServoAlarmIn ELevel Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
002
Y_ServoAlarmIn ELevel Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
003
Z_ServoAlarmIn ELevel Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
004
A_ServoAlarmIn ELevel Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
005
X_ServoResetOut ELeve Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
006
Y_ServoResetOut ELeve Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
007
Z_ServoResetOut ELeve Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
008
A_ServoResetOut ELeve Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
009
X_ECZ Home Enable Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
010
X_ECZ Home ELevel Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
011
Y_ECZ Home Enable Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
012
Y_ECZ Home ELevel Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
013
Z_ECZ Home Enable Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
014
Z_ECZ Home ELevel Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
015
4_ECZ Home Enable Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
016
4_ECZ Home ELevel Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
017
X Limit+ Enable<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
018
X Limit- Enable<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
019
Axis parameter (P2.)
020
Y Limit+ Enable<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
021
Y Limit- Enable<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
022
Axis parameter (P2.)
023
Z Limit+ Enable<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
024
Z Limit- Enable<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
025
Axis parameter (P2.)
026
4 Limit+ Enable<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
027
4 Limit- Enable<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
028
4 Limit ELevel<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
029
X Pulse Mode<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
030
Y Pulse Mode<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
031
Z Pulse Mode<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
032
4 Pulse Mode<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
033
X Pulse Dir Mode<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
034
Y Pulse Dir Mode<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
035
Z Pulse Dir Mode<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
036
4 Pulse Dir Mode<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
037
X Ext Home ELevel Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
038
Y Ext Home ELevel Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
039
Z Ext Home ELevel Instant
X Limit
Y Limit
Z Limit
Default
value
Page
ELevel<●> Instant
ELevel<●> Instant
ELevel<●> Instant
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Axis parameter (P2.)
040
Effective
mode
Instant
A Ext Home ELevel
Axis parameter (P2.)
041
X Round Setting Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
042
Y Round Setting Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
043
Z Round Setting Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
044
4 Round Setting Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
045
X physial Assign Num<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
046
Y physial Assign Num<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
047
Z physial Assign Num<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
048
4 physial Assign Num<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
049
spindle physial Assign Num<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
050
X Encoder bit(p) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
051
Y Encoder bit(p) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
052
Z Encoder bit(p) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
053
4 Encoder bit(p) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
054
X Reset to 360 Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
055
Y Reset to 360 Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
056
Z Reset to 360 Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
057
4 Reset to 360 Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
058
X PulseLogic Level<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
059
Y PulseLogic Level<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
060
Z PulseLogic Level<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
061
4 PulseLogic Level<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
062
X feature(Rotate0 Line1) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
063
Y feature(Rotate0 Line1) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
064
Z feature(Rotate0 Line1) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
065
4 feature(Rotate0 Line1) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
066
X Rolling Display Usage Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
067
Y Rolling Display Usage Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
068
Z Rolling Display Usage Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
069
4 Rolling Display Usage Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
070
X Rolling Path Optimize Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
071
Rolling Path Optimize Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
072
Z Rolling Path Optimize Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
073
4 Rolling Path Optimize Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
074
Max Acc of X(Kpps) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
075
Max Acc of Y(Kpps) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
076
Max Acc of Z(Kpps) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
077
Max Acc of 4(Kpps) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
078
X Servo Home Dir Instant
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Description
Default
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Axis parameter (P2.)
079
Effective
mode
Instant
Y Servo Home Dir
Axis parameter (P2.)
080
Z Servo Home Dir Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
081
A Servo Home Dir Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
082
X Ext Home Eanble Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
083
Y Ext Home Eanble Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
084
Z Ext Home Eanble Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
085
4 Ext Home Eanble Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
086
X Encoder LogicDir<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
087
Y Encoder LogicDir<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
088
Z Encoder LogicDir<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
089
4 Encoder LogicDir<●> Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
090
X HomeSpeed2 Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
091
Y HomeSpeed2 Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
092
Z HomeSpeed2 Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
093
4 HomeSpeed2 Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
094
X HomeSpeed3 Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
095
Y HomeSpeed3 Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
096
Z HomeSpeed3 Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
097
4 HomeSpeed3 Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
098
rotation axis opt feature Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
099
4 axis max rotate speed Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
100
hand wheel encoder dir Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
101
X restrain acc (mm/s^2) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
102
Y restrain acc (mm/s^2) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
103
Z restrain acc (mm/s^2) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
104
4 restrain acc (mm/s^2) Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
105
X max restrain rate Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
105
Y max restrain rate Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
105
Z max restrain rate Instant
Axis parameter (P2.)
105
4 max restrain rate Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
001
Select SupMode Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
002
AlterSuperuserPasswor Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
003
Alter User Password Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
004
Initialize Restart
Management parameter (P3.)
005
Initialize IO Config Restart
Management parameter (P3.)
006
all para reset<●> Restart
Management parameter (P3.)
007
para backup Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
008
para recover Restart
Parameter type
S/N
Description
Default
value
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Management parameter (P3.)
009
Effective
mode
Instant
generate cryptogram
Management parameter (P3.)
010
menu click way Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
011
clear add up work num Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
012
clear current work num Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
013
lead in CSV sys config Restart
Management parameter (P3.)
014
startup display module Restart
Management parameter (P3.)
015
sys language bag Restart
Management parameter (P3.)
016
macro key word valid En Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
017
startup picture display Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
018
sys display axis setting Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
019
sys debug information En Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
020
axis control composite Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
021
additional panel enable Instant
Management parameter (P3.)
022
sys tool outlay enable Instant
Parameter type
S/N
Tool magazine parameter (P4.)
Description
spindle Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
001
Spi.Alarm ELevel Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
002
Spi.Reset ELevel Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
003
Spi.ECZ Home Enable Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
004
Spi.ECZ Elevel Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
005
Spi. Limit+ Enable Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
006
Spi. Limit- Enable Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
007
Spi.Limit Elevel Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
008
Spi.Pulse Mode Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
009
Spi.Pulse Logic Mode Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
010
Spi.HomeDect ELevel Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
011
Spi.ExtHome Check En Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
012
Spi.Round Setting Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
013
Spi.Encode bits(p) Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
014
Spi.ZeroOffset(p) Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
015
PulseLogic Level Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
016
Rolling Display Usage Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
017
Spi.Max Acc(Kpps) Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
018
Spi.Ext HomeDir Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
019
Spi.Servo HomeDir Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
020
Spi.Max Speed(rpm) Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
021
Spi.Home Speed(rpm) Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
022
Spi.Gear Numerator Instant
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
023
Spi.Gear Denominator Instant
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Instant
Spi.Encoder Logic Dir
Description
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
024
Principal axis parameter (P5.)
025
Spi.OpenDelayTime(ms) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
001
Wheel0.1 Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
002
Wheel0.01 Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
003
Wheel0.001 Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
004
X Wheel Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
005
Y Wheel Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
006
Z Wheel Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
007
A Wheel Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
008
SCRAM Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
009
STOP Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
010
STARTUP Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
011
X Alarm Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
012
Y Alarm Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
013
Z Alarm Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
014
4 Alarm Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
015
IN0-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
016
IN1-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
017
IN2-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
018
IN3-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
019
IN4-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
020
IN5-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
021
IN6-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
022
IN7-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
023
IN8-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
024
IN9-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
025
IN10-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
026
IN11-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
027
IN12-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
028
IN13-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
029
IN14-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
030
IN15-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
031
IN16-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
032
IN17-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
033
IN18-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
034
IN19-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
035
IN20-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
036
IN21-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
037
IN22-------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Default
value
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Port parameter (P6.)
038
Effective
mode
Instant
IN23-------wire No:(1-24)
Port parameter (P6.)
039
OUT0------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
040
OUT1------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
041
OUT2------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
042
OUT3------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
043
OUT4------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
044
OUT5------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
045
OUT6------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
046
OUT7------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
047
OUT8------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
048
OUT9------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
049
OUT10------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
050
OUT11------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
051
OUT12------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
052
OUT13------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
053
OUT14------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
054
OUT15------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
055
OUT16------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
056
OUT17------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
057
OUT18------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
058
OUT19------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
059
OUT20------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
060
OUT21------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
061
OUT22------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
062
OUT23------wire No:(1-24) Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
063
Safe Signal Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
064
PressureDect Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
065
ChuckDectect Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
066
SysOilOut Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
067
TChecking signal Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
068
AlarmLight Out Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
069
RunLight Out Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
070
VFD 0 Level Out Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
071
VFD 1 Level Out Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
072
VFD 2 Level Out Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
073
VFD 3 Level Out Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
074
Oiling Out Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
075
Cooler Out Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
076
Spindle CW Out Port Instant
Parameter type
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Description
Default
value
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Port parameter (P6.)
077
Effective
mode
Instant
Spindle CCW Out Port
Port parameter (P6.)
078
System OilDect Port Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
079
SpindleAlarm DetectPort Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
080
Transduser DetectPort Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
081
ExScram2 DetectPort Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
082
Air of ToolCheck OutPort Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
083
IO Conf in RESET 00~15 Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
084
IO Conf in RESET 16~23 Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
085
ExStart2 DetectPort Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
086
ExPause2 DetectPort Instant
Port parameter (P6.)
087
TCheck Limit DetectPort Instant
Parameter type
S/N
Description
Default
value
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11.2 Comprehensive parameters (P1.)
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
X Gear Numerator
X Gear Denominator
Y Gear Numerator
Y Gear Denominator
Z Gear Numerator
Z Gear Denominator
4 Gear Numerator
4 Gear Denominator
Range
:
Unit
:
Authority
:
Default
:
Effective time :
Note
:
1~65535
None
Operation admin or higher
1
Instant
When screws of different pitches and motors of different step angles or servo
motors of different pulses are matched, or connected through gears, it allows
keeping the program and actual motion distance consistent through electronic
gear ratio setting of the system.
CMR/CMD =P/ (L×1000)
CMR: gear ratio numerator
CMD: gear ratio denominator
P: Pulses corresponding to one rotation of the motor
L: Machine tool movement corresponding to one rotation of the motor (mm)
CMD/CMR is the pulse equivalent actually, i.e. the motion distance
corresponding to every pulse (unit: 0.001mm).
Ex 1: the motor rotates one cycle every 5000 pulses, and the machine tool moves
5mm when the motor rotates one cycle, then
CMR/CMD=5000/ (5*1000)=1/1
Then, CMR=1, CMD=1, the pulse equivalent is 0.001mm
Ex 2: the motor rotates one cycle every 5000 pulses, and the machine tool moves
10mm when the motor rotates one cycle, then
CMR/CMD=5000/ (10*1000)=1/2
Then, CMR=1, CMD=2, the pulse equivalent is 0.002mm
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009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
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X FastSpeed(mm/min)
FastSpeed(mm/min)
Z FastSpeed(mm/min)
4 FastSpeed(mm/min)
XStartupSpeed(mm/min)
YStartupSpeed(mm/min)
ZStartupSpeed(mm/min)
4StartupSpeed(mm/min)
X Acceleration(Kpps)
Y Acceleration(Kpps)
Z Acceleration(Kpps)
4 Acceleration(Kpps)
Range
:
1~9999, 1~9999, 1~8000
Unit
:
mm/min,mm/min,mm/sec
Authority
:
Operation admin or higher
Default
:
3000,200,1500
Effective time :
Instant
Note
:
This parameter is the trapezoid acceleration/deceleration setting and used
for GOO instruction
About start speed, 1-2 rotation motor speed is recommended for step
motor; as above, the machine tool moves 5mm when the motor rotates
one cycle, and the speed is 5-10mm/sec (300-600mm/min). For servo
motor, the start and stop shouldn’t have vibration. If this speed is too high,
it will cause vibration during motion, and the step motor will be out of
step.
The acceleration and start speed also affect manual speed, home speed,
etc.;
X Soft PosLimit+(mm)
X Soft PosLimit-(mm)
Y Soft PosLimit+(mm)
Y Soft PosLimit-(mm)
Z Soft PosLimit+(mm)
Z Soft PosLimit-(mm)
4 Soft PosLimit+(mm)
4 Soft PosLimit-(mm)
Range
:
Unit
:
Authority
:
Default
:
Effective time :
Note
:
-9999~9999
mm
Operation admin or higher
Maximum positive/negative value
Instant
Generally, the machine tool has hard limit signal. In this case, software
limit isn’t required. Please set the positive limit to +9999.999, and
negative limit to -9999.999.
If hard limit switch isn’t installed, please use soft limit, which uses
machine tool coordinate system as the base point. Positive limit and
negative limit are subject to actual distance (unit: mm).
Since soft limit decelerates and stops at the limit point, it may exceed the
set distance, which depends on acceleration time and speed. Please keep
certain margin when setting this parameter.
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029
030
031
039
032
033
034
035
036
Inp Speed(mm/min)
InpStartSpeed(mm/min)
InpAcceleration(mm/sec)
XBacklashExpiate(pulse)
Range
:
1~9999, 1~9999, 1~8000, 1~9999
Unit
:
mm/min,mm/min,mm/sec,mm/min
Authority
:
Operation admin or higher
Default
:
3000,200,1000,3000
Effective time
:
Instant
Note
:
The feeding instructions such as G01, G02 and G03 move at the speed of
F instruction. If the F instruction isn’t specified in the program, the above
instructions move at the speed set by this parameter. If the F instruction
is specified, this parameter will be invalid.
The maximum feeding speed restricts the F instruction during
processing, i.e. no matter what F is set to, the actual speed can’t exceed
this parameter value. Setting this parameter will prevent the damage
caused by accidental speed programming error when transferring
processing files.
XBacklashExpiate(pulse)
YBacklashExpiate(pulse)
ZBacklashExpiate(pulse)
4BacklashExpiate(pulse)
Range
:
1~20000
Unit
:
Pulse
Authority
:
Operation admin or higher
Default
:
0
Effective time
:
Instant
Note
:
Compensate the clearance between control axis
Compensate with the pulse in minimum unit. The specific number should
be converted according to gear ratio.
ZeroReturn Mode
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
037
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:
:
:
:
:
:
0~1
None
Operation admin or higher
0 (program)
Instant
0 - Program home
1 - Mechanical home
Program home is that the coordinates go to home, i.e. in place.
Mechanical home requires external detection switch to locate the home
position; while home operation, move to specified home direction at
home speed, and move back slowly after signal is detected. At this
moment, move forward slowly when the signal is disconnected, and the
home operation completes when the signal is valid again. When the servo
Z phase enable switch in IO configuration parameters is enabled,
mechanical home will enable Z phase positioning as home position
automatically after signal reaches.
IO FilterWave(1~8)
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~8
None
Super Admin
0
After restarted
Set the filter constant;
If the environment has too much interference, e.g. rain and thunder,
please enter a filter value. Higher value indicates longer test time and
high reliability; 0 indicates no filter;
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038
JOG Speed(mm/min)
041
Wheel Coefficient
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
042
:
:
:
:
:
:
043
X HOME Offset(pulse)
044
Y HOME Offset(pulse)
045
Z HOME Offset(pulse)
046
4 HOME Offset(pulse)
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
047
1~9999
ms
Operation admin or higher
100
Instant
Set the waiting time (unit: ms) after executing M code
:
:
:
:
:
:
-9999~9999
Pulse
Operation admin or higher
0
Instant
Set the compensation home offset (unit: pulse) after axis home operation.
First, complete the mechanical home operation, offset corresponding
pulse, and then set this point as mechanical home.
Note: This parameter is invalid during program home operation.
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~64
None
Operation admin or higher
0
Instant
While editing G code manually, add a line number Nxxxxx automatically
in a new line;
0 indicates that this function is disabled;
:
:
:
:
:
:
9600~115200
None
Operation admin or higher
115200
Restart
The communication rate setting when DNC or other PC software and this
controller are in RS232 communication mode
Line number
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
048
1~9999
mm/min
Operation admin or higher
1000, 9000
Instant
Set manual speed and handwheel speed;
The start speed and acceleration in this mode are determined by 013,
014, 015, 016, 017, 018, 019, 020;
M Code Delaytime(ms)
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
System Baudrate
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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:
:
:
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049
Controler ID
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
050
X HomeDir
051
Y HomeDir
052
Z HomeDir
053
4 HomeDir
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
054
12. Hardware interface definition and connection instructions
:
:
:
:
:
:
1~255
None
Operation admin or higher
1
Restart
The ID number setting of the controller when DNC or other PC software
and this controller are in MODBUS communication mode
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~1
None
Operation admin or higher
1, 1, 0, 0
Instant
Set the mechanical home direction of every processing axis
Positive
Negative
Circle InpUnit(mm)
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~1
mm
Operation admin or higher
0.2
Instant
Set the arc interpolation equivalent
If this value is too small, the arc has higher approximation accuracy, but
the computation will be too high, making the pause during processing
obvious and affecting the processing effect.
055
G73(M)LoopObligate(mm)
056
G83(M)LoopObligate(mm)
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
057
0.1~100
mm
Operation admin or higher
2.000
Instant
Set the tool retracting amount after Q is fed in G73 and G83 instructions; this
parameter (default: 2mm) is set according to actual chip removal effect.
ArcSpeedUpVal
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
058
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
10~500
mm/sec
Operation admin or higher
100
Instant
Set arc acceleration equivalent
If this value is too small, the acceleration will be slow; please select a
higher value according to the arc size.
interpolation speed mode
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
:
:
:
:
0~1
None
Operation admin or higher
0 (acceleration)
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Effective time
Note
059
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~1
None
Operation admin or higher
0
Instant
Control mode corresponding to principal axis S code (frequency
conversion mode)
0: Analog output
1: Section speed regulation (4-digit code), as below:
OUT23------S0
OUT22------S1
OUT21------S2
OUT20------S3
In analog output mode, the analog voltage is:
V=S/MaxRPM
S is the rotation set by the user, and MaxRPM is the maximum rotation
of principal axis set by the parameter (P4.017);
In switching quantity mode, constitute block 0-15 according to four-digit
code to output; S code value is restricted to 0-15;
062
X ZeroReturn Speed
063
Y ZeroReturn Speed
064
Z ZeroReturn Speed
065
4 ZeroReturn Speed
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
066
0~1
None
Operation admin or higher
1
Instant
File scanning symbol will quicken the file transfer speed when
processing large files.
When transferring NC files, the system needs to scan over to position
every program block. In this way, if the file only has one block and the
file size is very big, it will cause unnecessary waiting time. If this option
is closed, the system will exit after scanning the address of first block.
SpindleControlMode
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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0~1
None
Operation admin or higher
0 (real-time processing)
Instant
Real-time processing is suitable for machine test.
In pretreatment mode, the system enters processing state buffs for two
seconds and pre-reads. The pretreatment mode only can check the
direction and size of feeding segment to adjust the speed automatically
and process at optimized speed.
'O'Pro Scan
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
061
Instant
In pretreatment mode, set to 0 to use corner speed balancing algorithm,
or set to 1 to use axis acceleration constraints balancing algorithm
GCode pre-treatment
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
060
:
:
12. Hardware interface definition and connection instructions
Safe Signal ELevel
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~9999
mm/min
Operation admin or higher
1000
Instant
Set the home speed of every axis separately
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Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
067
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~1
LOGIC VOLTAGE LEVEL
Operation admin or higher
0
Instant
Set the effective voltage level of the system safety signal. The source of
safety signal can be customized by the user, and generally may be
electric cabinet door and similar sensitive occasions. If there are several
insecure places, please connect the signals in parallel to safety signal test
pin of the system.
Considering the convenience of maintenance, safety signals are checked
only when the system starts processing, and won’t prompt in idle state.
Pressure Signal ELevel
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~1
LOGIC VOLTAGE LEVEL
Operation admin or higher
0
Instant
Set the effective voltage level of system air pressure alarm
Both air pressure alarm and emergency stop alarm are effective globally.
073
SpindleAlarm ELevel
074
TransduserAlarm ELevel
068
ChuckSignal ELevel
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
:
:
:
:
:
:
069
OilPressure Open(min)
070
OilPressure Keep(sec)
071
OilPressureOut Freq(Hz)
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
072
12. Hardware interface definition and connection instructions
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~1
LOGIC VOLTAGE LEVEL
Operation admin or higher
0
Instant
The above alarms are checked while the system is running. The system
alarms once the test is valid.
This port is affected by IO configuration.
Operation admin or higher
0
Instant
Set the schedule start and holding time of the automatic oil pump of the
system
Schedule open setting is that the oil pump outputs (OUT10) when the
timing reaches specified value after the system starts and times.
Output signal stops keeping for the seconds specified by P1.070 (reverse
phase).
Output signal follows the hertz specified by P1.071 in working state, and
used for oil supply devices. If it is set to 0, the system will keep low
output level.
OilInspect ELevel
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~1
LOGIC VOLTAGE LEVEL
Operation admin or higher
0
Instant
Lubricant pressure test is performed automatically when the lubricant
output of the system completes.
The system alarms immediately if no oil pressure in place signal is
detected after lubricant output.
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This port is affected by IO configuration.
075
ExScram ELevel
082
ExStart ELevel
083
ExPause ELevel
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
077
Arc Acc.for Radii
078
Arc Acc.for Speed
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
079
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
080
Inp AccSpeed Mode
081
'S'Speed Acceleration
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
:
:
:
:
:
:
084
HOME Check for alarm
085
HOME Check Enable
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
086
0~1
LOGIC VOLTAGE LEVEL
Operation admin or higher
0
Instant
External emergency stop button of the system
This port is affected by IO configuration.
Coefficient
Operation admin or higher
50, 100
Instant
Used to restrict the arc processing speed automatically. This parameter is
valid in pretreatment mode.
The bigger the radius coefficient is, the lower the arc speed is.
The bigger the acceleration coefficient is, the higher the arc speed is.
PretreatmentCode Set
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
:
:
:
:
:
:
100~1000
Instruction line
Operation admin or higher
500
Instant
Set the pre-reading instruction lines; if the pretreatment processing
pauses and pre-reads, please increase this value to pre-read more
instructions.
Operation admin or higher
Instant
Used to set the performance of S curve acceleration/deceleration
0~1
Operation admin or higher
0, 1
Instant
Used to set whether prompt user to reset under certain conditions,
ensuring that the user has performed the operation;
If the value is set to 0, it won’t check, and will run directly.
X diameter prog enable
Range
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:
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~1
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Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
087
:
:
:
:
:
:
G17,18,19
Operation admin or higher
G18 (L series)/G17 (M series)
Instant
Set the default processing plane to XY or XZ; modify the default plane,
so that it isn’t need to specify the modal plane value while programming,
and write plane related instructions directly in stead;
T code form
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
089
IP address
090
subnet mask
091
default
092
Operation admin or higher
1 (L series) /0 (M series)
Instant
On lathe controller (L series), it is used to set whether the display and
programming of X axis are in radius or diameter;
default process plane
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
088
:
:
:
:
:
12. Hardware interface definition and connection instructions
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~2
Operation admin or higher
2 (L series)
Instant
Used to set the T value in tool change instruction on lathe controller (L
series); the latter digits indicate the compensation number. In some
conventional programming, people usually use two digits to specify the
compensation number used by corresponding tool number;
For example: T0801 M06 indicates changing the #8 tool and
compensating with #1 length.
gateway
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
:
:
:
:
Effective time
Note
:
:
Operation admin or higher
192.168.0.123
255.255.255.0
192.168.0.1
Restart
Used to configure Ethernet parameters, which shall comply with the
actual network settings, or else it can’t be accessed normally.
After configured successfully, the user can perform the ping command
test on the PC of same network segment (same subnet mask) in the
intranet. The connection has error if the return overtimes. Please check
the physical connection.
The network environment requires independent NC network. Do not
connect to office network or Internet, because the broadcast in the
network and regular query of windows will block the network
communication of NC.
Pretreatment segments
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
:
:
:
:
:
:
10~200
Operation admin or higher
20
Instant
Pretreatment forward segments are used to set the segments of
pretreatment preview.
The larger this value is, the greater the operation is, and the longer the
waiting time before motion is.
During small segment interpolating, if this value is larger, the possibility
of waiting for operation during motion will become higher; the balance
value is set according to the actual processing effect.
If this value is smaller, the balance value is set according to the actual
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price effect because the forward data are insufficient and the speed can’t
be improved during small segment interpolating.
093
feed speed setting En
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
094
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~1
Operation admin or higher
0
Instant
This parameter is used to modify the interpolation speed in
programming, making F programming invalid.
Used for the cases that processing codes requires ignoring F-value.
enable of G00 Inp mode
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
:
:
:
:
:
:
0~1
Operation admin or higher
0
Instant
Used to set whether G00 instruction is moved with G01 mode
If G01 mode is used, the interpolation speed shall follow the setting of
minimum speed;
The acceleration is the interpolation acceleration.
11.3 Axis parameter configuration (P2.)
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001
X_ServoAlarmIn ELevel
002
Y_ServoAlarmIn ELevel
003
Z_ServoAlarmIn ELevel
004
A_ServoAlarmIn ELevel
005
X_ServoResetOut ELeve
006
Y_ServoResetOut ELeve
007
Z_ServoResetOut ELeve
008
A_ServoResetOut ELeve
Range
:
0~1
Unit
:
LOGIC VOLTAGE LEVEL
Authority
:
Super Admin
Default
:
0, 1
Effective time
:
Instant
Note
:
Adapt to the interface parameters of selected servo drive; please refer to
interface voltage level description of servo for specific parameter
settings.
009
X_ECZ Home Enable
010
X_ECZ Home ELevel
011
Y_ECZ Home Enable
012
Y_ECZ Home ELevel
013
Z_ECZ Home Enable
014
Z_ECZ Home ELevel
015
4_ECZ Home Enable
016
4_ECZ Home ELevel
Range
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LOGIC VOLTAGE LEVEL
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When this parameter is enabled, encoder Z phase positioning of
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corresponding axis will be enabled automatically in mechanical home
mode, i.e. the “servo home” positioning; in this mode, the accuracy of
repeated home positioning depends on servo positioning accuracy, and
therefore it is recommended to enable this function for servo motor. Step
motor doesn’t have encoder and can’t enable this option, or else the
signals can’t be scanned during mechanical home operation and will
move constantly.
017
X Limit+ Enable<●>
…
…
028
4 Limit ELevel<●>
Range
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Unit
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Authority
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Default
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Effective time
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Note
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029
X Pulse Mode<●>
030
Y Pulse Mode<●>
031
Z Pulse Mode<●>
032
4 Pulse Mode<●>
Range
Unit
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Default
Effective time
Note
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033
X Pulse Dir Mode<●>
034
Y Pulse Dir Mode<●>
035
Z Pulse Dir Mode<●>
036
4 Pulse Dir Mode<●>
Range
Unit
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0~1
None
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0
After restarted
Hard limit has two modes, i.e. hardware response and software scanning;
Hardware response mode is integrated by the motion chip, and is triggered by
the effective voltage level of the circuit test limit pin. Therefore, it is highly
real-time, but it also has a defect. If the external interference is serious, the
normal pulse will be affected and the system doesn’t alarm because it can’t
read the error state in time, which will cause loss; therefore, this function
requires that the wiring switch uses normally closed connection, i.e. high
effective level; this function considers the complexity of field environment
and the default value is off.
Scanning mode is integrated by the system and can’t be shielded. The
scanning mode inputs signal by accessing specified function number, and
uses software anti-interference detection technology to check whether limit
alarm occurs or has no interference. This requires certain time to check, and
thus the real time isn’t as well as interrupted limit. However, in most cases (at
10mm/min processing speed), it can meet the requirement on processing
safety check.
The hardware response function of hard limit is prior to scanning response
function, i.e. if the hardware response is enabled, it will quicken the response
speed directly. It should be noted that the hardware response function only
can stop pulse in instant mode. Therefore, the instant stop mode may cause
mechanical vibration if the speed is too high. While software scanning mode
uses maximum acceleration mode and decelerates according to the maximum
acceleration set to every axis by the user (parameter P2.074~077), and
therefore overshot will occur.
0~1
None
Super Admin
1
Restart
Pulse command format setting is to configure the mode of output pulse.
The compatible command format of the motor drive should be known in
advance.
Pulse + pulse
Pulse + direction
0~1
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Default
Effective time
Note
037
X Ext Home ELevel
038
Y Ext Home ELevel
039
Z Ext Home ELevel
040
A Ext Home ELevel
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
041
X Round Setting
042
Y Round Setting
043
Z Round Setting
044
4 Round Setting
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
Super Admin
1
Restart
Set pulse direction; if the controller direction is reverse to actual drive
direction, please modify this parameter to adjust the rotation direction of
motor.
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LOGIC VOLTAGE LEVEL
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Set the effective voltage level of external home sensor switch during
home operation.
Low level
High level
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0~9999999
Pulse
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Restart
Round function is available on hardware version 1.5 or later only;
This function is used to prevent the logic counting of axis exceeding the
maximum counting range (2147483648) and causing overflow error;
Generally, overflow occurs only when the axis is set to rotary. The system
will calculate the corresponding pulse limit according to the gear ratio of
current axis and assign to the ROUND parameter of corresponding axis,
if current axis is set to rotary and uses 360° display mode after the system
getting P2.062~P2.069 parameters. The user can check the change of this
parameter when the rotary axis display function is enabled. The user can
modify the changed parameters, and the finally displayed number will be
effective.
This parameter requires restart to take effect; the corresponding axis must
be rotary and set to 360° display (P2.062~069);
045
X physial Assign Num<●>
046
Y physial Assign Num<●>
047
Z physial Assign Num<●>
048
4 physial Assign Num<●>
Range
Unit
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Effective time
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0~4
Pulse port sequence No.
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Restart
In default mode, the actual number of every axis corresponds to the silk
screen number on the shell. If certain function axis is abnormal, you can
replace the axis through this function. For example, set P2.045 to 4,
P2.048 to 1, then, any operation to X axis will be the operation to A axis
encoder port on the shell.
0: no such axis
1~4: corresponding to 1#-4# axis
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spindle physial Assign Num<●>
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
050
X Encoder bit(p)
051
Y Encoder bit(p)
052
Z Encoder bit(p)
053
4 Encoder bit(p)
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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0~4
Pulse port sequence No.
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Wire number
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Set the encoder wires connected to every pulse port (AB phase pulse).
Since four times frequency division is performed for internal transfer, the
value of this parameter should be the pulses collected by the encoder for
one cycle divided by 4.
058
X PulseLogic Level<●>
059
Y PulseLogic Level<●>
060
Z PulseLogic Level<●>
061
4 PulseLogic Level<●>
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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062
X feature(Rotate0 Line1)
063
Y feature(Rotate0 Line1)
064
Z feature(Rotate0 Line1)
065
4 feature(Rotate0 Line1)
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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Restart
It is set to 0 by default, indicating that the principal axis is in variable
frequency control mode, i.e. analog or gear position control mode. To use
servo principal axis, a coding port is required (servo principal axis must
be in position control mode); you can modify this parameter to specify
the function.
0: variable frequency principal axis adjusted by analog
1~4: corresponding to 1#-4# axis
Note: If a pulse port is specified as the function port of principal axis, the
pulse port should be removed from previously corresponding function
axis number, or else the system will assign to principal axis after restarted
and the original function axis will be invalid.
0~1
LOGIC VOLTAGE LEVEL
Super Admin
0
Restart
Set the normal voltage level when the pulse is working. If the setting is
different from the normal voltage level required by motor drive, a
direction will have accumulative error during every positive and negative
motion (independent of pulses). Therefore, if the positioning axis of the
machine has accumulative error in a direction, please check whether this
parameter matches.
0~1
None
Super Admin
1
Instant
Set axis characteristics.
0: Rotary axis
1: Linear axis
The setting of this parameter and P2.066~069 axis will affect the setting
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of P2.041~044. Please refer to the parameter description of P2.041~044
for details.
066
X Rolling Display Usage
067
Y Rolling Display Usage
068
Z Rolling Display Usage
069
4 Rolling Display Usage
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
070
X Rolling Path Optimize
…
…
073
4 Rolling Path Optimize
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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074
Max Acc of X(Kpps)
…
…
077
Max Acc of 4(Kpps)
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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078
X Servo Home Dir
079
Y Servo Home Dir
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0~1
None
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0
Instant
Set the coordinate display mode of the axis. This parameter is valid when
P2.062~P2.065 is set to 0
0: 0~360° display
1: -9999.999~9999.999° display
The setting of this parameter and P2.062~065 axis will affect the setting
of P2.041~044. Please refer to the parameter description of P2.041~044
for details.
0~1
None
Super Admin
1
Instant
This parameter is valid when P2.062~P2.065 and P2.066~P2.069 are set
to 0; set whether looking for shortest path automatically; if it is rotary
axis and is positioning but doesn’t process, enable this function to shorten
the motion time.
0: Do not optimize the path
1: Enable the shortest path
Note: If processing is required during the motion, the shortest path may
be not your desired processing track.
100~8000
Kpps (Kilo Pulse Per Second)
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2000
Instant
Set the maximum acceleration of every axis. This setting will affect the
track speed optimization of pretreatment to every axis. If a high value is
set, the axis response time will be shortened and characteristics of the
motor will be improved according to the machine tool.
This parameter also affects the home function and limit stop function.
Hard limit function: Use hard limit in software scanning mode, in which
the hard limit decelerates and stops according to the maximum
acceleration of this axis. Therefore, if this value is too high, the machine
tool will stop in emergency, and if this value is too low, it will cause too
much overshoot.
Home function: the home acceleration of every axis uses this value.
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Z Servo Home Dir
081
4 Servo Home Dir
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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082
X Ext Home Eanble
083
Y Ext Home Eanble
084
Z Ext Home Eanble
085
4 Ext Home Eanble
Range
Unit
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Default
Effective time
Note
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0~1
None
Super Admin
0
Instant
This parameter determines the Z phase search direction when servo Z
phase enable parameter is enabled in P2.009~P2.016.
0: Positive
1: Negative
0~1
None
Super Admin
1
Instant
When mechanical home mode is selected, this parameter determines
whether external deceleration switch should be searched. If this parameter
is set to 0, and P2.009~P2.016 (servo Z phase enable) is also set to 0, the
home mode sets current point as the home directly in mechanical mode.
0: No
1: Yes
086
X Encoder LogicDir<●>
087
Y Encoder LogicDir<●>
088
Z Encoder LogicDir<●>
089
4 Encoder LogicDir<●>
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
090
X HomeSpeed2
091
Y HomeSpeed2
092
Z HomeSpeed2
093
4 HomeSpeed2
094
X HomeSpeed3
095
Y HomeSpeed3
096
Z HomeSpeed3
097
4 HomeSpeed3
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
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0~1
None
Super Admin
0
Instant
If the logic direction obtained by the encoder is reverse to the actual
motion direction of the axis, please set this parameter.
Handwheel encoder reuses A axis encoder.
Principal axis encoder reuses X axis encoder.
0: Positive
1: Negative
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1~20000
mm/min
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100, 60
Instant
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Used to set the speed parameters of mechanical resetting; the specific
effective sequence follows:
Resetting speed ——> (when detecting external zero switch) deceleration
——> scanning speed
hand wheel encoder dir
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
:
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0~1
None
Super Admin
0
Instant
When the logic direction obtained by handheld box encoder is reverse to
the actual motion direction of the axis, set this parameter to perform
in-phase setting.
0: positive direction
1: negative direction
101
X restrain acc (mm/s^2)
102
Y restrain acc (mm/s^2)
103
Z restrain acc (mm/s^2)
104
4 restrain acc (mm/s^2)
105
X max restrain rate
106
Y max restrain rate
107
Z max restrain rate
108
4 max restrain rate
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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1~90000
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90000
Instant
Used to configure the restriction acceleration of every axis during
pretreatment processing.
No matter which parameter, the lower the setting is, the slower the
processing speed is; vice versa.
The setting value should be as high as possible if each axis permits.
In comprehensive parameter P1.58 (interpolation speed mode), this
parameter is valid if it is set to 1; the default setting is invalid.
11.4 Management parameters (P3.)
001
Select SupMode
002
AlterSuperuserPasswor
003
Alter User Password
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
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None
None
None
None
Instant
In this menu, type the password and press ‘Insert’. If the password is
valid, the system will enter this user mode;
After entering, this menu will turn into “Exit XXX admin mode”,
indicating entering successfully;
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In the new menu, press the Insert key to exit the admin mode. To modify
the parameter table at this moment, you need to enter the admin mode
again;
The super user can modify all passwords, while the operation user only
can modify the own password.
Password 0 indicates that the password isn’t checked in this mode; it isn’t
required to enter the admin mode to modify the parameters.
004
Initialize
005
Initialize IO Config
006
all para reset<●>
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
007
para backup
008
para recover
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
009
None
None
Super user
None
Instant
Initial parameter table only in super user mode
:
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None
None
Super user
None
Instant
The parameters are backed up and restored only in super user mode.
The parameters are backed up to the sysconf.bak file in the root directory
of the controller. If this folder already has a file with same name, the latest
backup will overwrite this file.
The sysconf.bak file in the root directory is also used for restoring. During
restoring, it will check whether the parameter versions are same according
to the backed up parameter version; if not, the system won’t restore the
parameter table.
After restoring, the system will restart automatically.
generate cryptogram
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
010
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None
None
None
None
Instant
If you have forgotten the password, you can generate a PassMeg.DAT file
with this function, provide this file to controller manufacturer and ask the
manufacturer to reset the password.
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0~1
None
None
0 (click)
Instant
This function is to be developed
menu click way
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
011
clear add up work num
012
clear current work num
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
013
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None
None
None
None
Instant
Clear the accumulated value of current processing pieces
lead in CSV sys config
Range
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None
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Default
Effective time
Note
014
0~1
None
Operation admin
0 (Chinese)
Instant
Select system language
Chinese
English
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0~1
None
Operation admin
0 (Chinese)
Instant
Macro keyword effective parameter is used to set whether the macro
expression symbol on the membrane is valid (1: valid, 0: invalid).
:
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0~6
None
Operation admin
1S
Instant
Used to configure the display mode of the logo; if it is set to 0, the user
needs to press any key to enter the system; for any other value, the system
delays for corresponding time and enters automatically.
sys display axis setting
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
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startup picture display
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
018
Select
None
Operation admin
ABS
Instant
Select default boot screen from absolute position, relative position and
comprehensive position.
macro key word valid En
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
017
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sys language bag
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
016
None
None
None
Restart
Import the CSV system configuration of the manufacturer into the system
startup display module
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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XYZ
Instant
Used to configure the display axis of current system, and different display
combinations are available.
This configuration only determines the content of the interface. If the axis
function of the hardware exists, it still can output axis control during
programming, but the axis status won’t be displayed. The status such as
axis limit and alarm will be ignored.
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sys debug information En
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
020
0~1
None
Super user
OFF/0
Instant
Used to configure whether RS232 of current system outputs the testing info
while program is running.
This parameter is dedicated for programmers, and the users are not
suggested using this parameter.
If the testing info is enabled, the system performance will be lowered, and
therefore it is disabled during normal processing.
If networking is enabled, this function must be disabled, or else the
networking will fail.
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0~1
None
Super user
ON/1
Instant
Used to configure whether the key for axis motion on the control panel is
enabled.
This parameter is used to shield the composite function of the key for axis
motion on the NC panel and reduce the possibility of misoperation when
additional panel is used. However, if no additional panel is used, this
parameter must be enabled, or else the axis motion can’t be controlled
through the key.
additional panel enable
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
022
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axis control composite
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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0~1
None
Super user
OFF/0
Instant
Used to configure whether NC uses additional panel, which must be ADT
matching additional panel, or compatible with the interface of same
protocol.
If additional panel is used, the system testing info enable must be
deactivated (P3.19).
sys tool outlay enable
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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0~1
None
Super user
OFF/0
Instant
Used to configure the ATC function of the system, which is achieved by
calling out T_FUNC.NC or not.
11.5 Tool magazine parameters (P4.)
001
Customized by manufacturer
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
:
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Operation admin or higher
Instant
This parameter is determined by tool magazine design of each machine
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tool manufacturer. Please refer to the machine too manuals for details.
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11.6 Principal axis parameters (P5.)
001
Spi.Alarm ELevel
002
Spi.Reset ELevel
003
Spi.ECZ Home Enable
004
Spi.ECZ Elevel
005
Spi. Limit+ Enable
006
Spi. Limit- Enable
007
Spi.Limit Elevel
008
Spi.Pulse Mode
009
Spi.Pulse Logic Mode
010
Spi.HomeDect ELevel
011
Spi.ExtHome Check En
012
Spi.Round Setting
014
Spi.ZeroOffset(p)
015
Spi.PulseLogic Level
016
Spi.Rolling Display Usage
017
Spi.Max Acc(Kpps)
018
Spi.Ext HomeDir
019
Spi.Servo HomeDir
021
Spi.Home Speed(rpm)
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
013
Operation admin or higher
Servo principal axis parameters are same as common positioning axis
parameters. If only the principal axis is controlled with servo port, you
can set the number according to axis parameters.
Spi.Encode bits(p)
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
020
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64~9999
None
Operation admin or higher
2500
Instant
The received wire number of the encoder when the principal axis rotates
one circle;
Same as common axis encoder, it can only receive AB phase pulse, and
thus the wire number of the encoder must be pulses of one circle divided
by 4.
This parameter will affect G74 and G84 tap instructions. Please set it
properly.
Spi.Max Speed(rpm)
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
:
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1~30000
None
Operation admin or higher
24000
Instant
This setting is used to calculate the analog output of the controller, and
suppose that the analog of variable frequency control is in linear control
mode;
This method is to set the rotation to this parameter according to the
variable frequency rotation corresponding to analog 10V, and transfer the
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rotation directly later, while the controller will output corresponding
analog voltage according to linear scale automatically.
022
Spi.Gear Numerator
023
Spi.Gear Denominator
Range
Unit
:
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1~65535
None
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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Operation admin or higher
1
Instant
If the principal axis has gear position, please set the hardware gear ratio
to this parameter, which hasn’t been used in standard version, but may be
used in certain special conditions.
11.7 Port configuration (P6.)
001
Wheel0.1-------- Input wire No.
…
…
014
4 Alarm------ Input wire No.
Range
Unit
Authority
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Effective time
Note
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015
IN0-------- Input wire No.
…
…
038
IN23------- Input wire No.
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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1~24
None
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Input terminal No. configuration parameter
Terminal No. is the object of the system to control IO, e.g. X external
home signal test, the system tests terminal No. IN0, which corresponds to
input wire 1 by default, and thus the system tests input pin1 indirectly; by
default, the terminal No. is assigned to wire No. according to the IO
relationship in the manual; however, this relationship isn’t constant, and
you can specify in these parameters and reassign a terminal No. to any
input port;
For example, if you set 10 in parameter 042, the system will test pin 10
instead of pin 1 when it tests X home signal during home operation.
039
OUT0-------- Output wire No.
…
…
062
OUT23------- Input wire No.
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
Effective time
Note
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None
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The port table in the manual
Instant
Handheld box interface and servo alarm function pin definition;
Type 8888 and press Insert, the system won’t map and will use the
default wire No. in the manual. If the operation is successful, it displays
“=======”;
Input value 1~24: map to corresponding pin on IO board
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Output terminal No. configuration is same as input terminal
configuration. Output terminal No. and wire No. are mapped
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Safe Signal
…
…
087
TCheck Limit DetectPort
Range
Unit
Authority
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Effective time
Note
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0~23
Terminal No.
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System functions correspond to assigned terminal No.;
Terminal No. is also set by parameter 15~62, and mapped to specified
wire No.;
To shield this function, you can type 8888 and press Insert. This
operation is in background, and displays “255” if the operation is
successful.
083
IO Conf in RESET 00~15
084
IO Conf in RESET 16~23
Range
Unit
Authority
Default
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Effective time
Note
:
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0~65535
Super Admin
65404
243
Instant
Used to configure the IO signal that the system needs to reset when there
is alarm.
Use binary system to configure in positions.
For example: 83:65404, is 1111 1111 0111 1100 in binary system;
Which indicates that port 0, 1 and 7 won’t be reset due to system pause
or alarm.
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Hardware interface definition and connection instructions
12.1 Installation layout
12.1.1 External interface diagram
⑴ X axis, Y axis, Z axis, A axis:
15-core D-pin socket connects to step motor drive or digital AC servo drive
⑵ XS5 digital input:
25-core D-pin socket inputs signals for every axis limit and other switching quantity
⑶ XS6 digital output:
25-core D-pin socket outputs signals for switching quantity
⑷ USB and serial port exchange files between PC and CNC4640 controller and realize other functions.
⑸ CNC4640 controller uses 24V DC power supply, and the internal power consumption is about 5W.
⑹ XS7 accessory panel:
15-core D-pin socket connects to handwheel
⑺ XS8 principal axis:
9-core D-pin socket connects to principal axis inverter
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12.1.2 Mounting dimensions
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12.1.3 Installation precautions
Installation condition for electric cabinet
⑴ The cabinet must be able to effectively prevent dust, coolant and organic solution entering;
⑵ When design electric cabinet, the distance between rear cover and case should be at least 20CM;
considering the temperature rises in the cabinet, the temperature difference between interior and exterior of the
cabinet shouldn’t exceed 10℃;
⑶ The cabinet should be installed with fan to ensure interior ventilation;
⑷ The display panel should be installed at the position can’t be sprayed by the coolant;
⑸ When design electric cabinet, the external electrical interference should be reduced to lowest to
prevent interfering with the system;
To prevent interference
The system is designed with anti-interference measures such as shielding space electromagnetic radiation,
absorbing impact current and filtering power clutter, which can prevent interference with the system in certain
degree. To ensure system stability, please take the following measures to install and connect the system:
⑴ CNC must be kept away from the equipment with interference (e.g. inverter, AC contactor,
electrostatic generator, high voltage generator, and sub-unit of power lines), and the switching power supply
should be connected to a filter to improve the anti-interference of CNC (as in Fig.1-4);
⑵ To supply power to the system through isolation transformer, the machine tool must be grounded, CNC
and drive must be connected to separate earth wire.
To suppress interference
Connect RC circuit (0.01μF, 100~200Ω, as in Fig. 1-5) to both sides of AC coil in parallel. RC circuit
should be installed close to inductive load; connect freewheeling diode reversely on both sides of DC coil in
parallel (as in Fig.1-6); connect surge absorber to the winding of AC motor in parallel (as in Fig. 1-7).
To reduce the interference between CNC signal cables and strong current cables, the wiring shall follow
the principles below:
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Group
Cable type
Wiring Requirement
AC power cord Bundle the cables of group A separately from group B
A
and C, keep at least 10cm clearance, or make
AC coil
electromagnetic shielding for group A
AC contactor
AC coil (24VDC)
DC
relay (24VDC) Bundle the cables of group B separately from group A
B
or shield group B; group B and group C should be as
Cable between system and strong current cabinet
far as possible
Cable between system and machine tool
Cable between system and servo drive
Position feedback cable Bundle the cables of group C separately from group A,
C
or shield group C; keep at least 10cm clearance
Position encoder cable
between
group C and group B and use twisted pair
Handwheel cable
Other cables for shielding
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12.2 Interface definition
12.2.1 Motor drive control interface (XS1..XS4)
Four drive interfaces are available (XS1 X axis, XS2 Y axis, XS3 Z axis, XS4 A axis), and they have the
same definition, as shown below:
Simple Internal Circuit Diagram for Pulse Output
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Wire No.
Definition
Function
1
PU+
Pulse signal +
2
PU-
Pulse signal -
3
DR+
Direction signal +
4
DR-
Direction signal -
5
ALM
6
OUT
7
ECZ+
Encoder phase Z input +
8
ECZ-
Encoder phase Z input -
9
PUCOM
Controller for single end input
10
24V+
11
24V-
Internally provided 24V power supply, directly connected to
24V power supply of the controller
12
ECA+
Encoder phase A input +
13
ECA-
Encoder phase A input -
14
ECB+
Encoder phase B input +
15
ECB-
Encoder phase B input -
Servo alarm signal input
X axis: IN34, Y axis: IN35, Z axis: IN36, A axis: IN37
Axis alarm reset output signal
X axis: OUT24, Y axis: OUT25, Z axis: OUT26 A, axis:
OUT27
Standard pulse wiring diagram
This wiring is suitable for CNC4640/4620/4340/4240/4342 controller;
Step motor drive cable to differential input
Adtech CNC drive is for reference, all of which use differential input mode. This mode has strong
anti-interference and is recommended. Please refer to the figure below for the connection of CNC with step
motor drive and step motor
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Step motor drive wiring diagram for single-ended input
Certain companies connect together the optocoupler input cathodes of step drives, i.e. common cathode
connection, which isn’t suitable for CNC controller. Common anode connection connects together the anodes
of optocoupler input. The wiring shall follow the figure below, and do not connect PU+ and DR+ together, or
else the pulse interface may be damaged.
Wiring Diagram for Step Motor Drive with Common Anode Input
Servo motor drive wiring diagram
Since differential connection is used in most cases, please refer to differential mode for the pulse
connection. Most servo drives require 12-24V power supply, and the 24V power provided by pin 10, 11 is
available. The specific connection depends on servo drive. Please contact us if you have any question.
0
Caution
Either two of PU+, PU-, DR+ and DR- shouldn’t be connected, or else the pulse interface may be damaged.
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12.2.2 Digital input interface (XS5)
The digital input interface contains the hard limit signal of every axis, and the definition follows:
Simple Internal Output Diagram for Digital Input
Photoelectric Switch Wiring Diagram
+ is the anode of approach switch, - is the earth wire, and OUT is output signal. For common approach switch, please select
10-30V power supply and NPN output. Photoelectric switch is similar.
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Default input port configuration of M series (milling machine)
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Wire
No.
Definition
Function
1
IN0
X axis zero point
2
IN1
Y axis zero point
3
IN2
Z axis zero point
4
IN3
A axis zero point
5
IN4
Tool regulator in place test
6
IN5
Security door test input
7
IN6
System under-voltage alarm input
8
IN7
System lubricant pressure alarm input
9
IN8
Standby input
10
IN9
Standby input
11
IN10
System material clamping alarm input
12
IN11
Standby input
13
IN12
Standby input
14
IN13
Standby input
15
IN14
Standby input
16
IN15
Standby input
17
IN16 (XLMT-)
X axis negative limit (standby IN32)
18
IN17 (XLMT+)
X axis positive limit (standby IN33)
19
IN18 (YLMT-)
Y axis negative limit (standby IN34)
20
IN19 (YLMT+)
Y axis positive limit (standby IN35)
21
IN20 (ZLMT-)
Z axis negative limit (standby IN36)
22
IN21 (ZLMT+)
Z axis positive limit (standby IN37)
23
IN22 (ALMT-)
A axis negative limit (standby IN38)
24
IN23 (ALMT+)
A axis positive limit (standby IN39)
25
INCOM
Input common end INCOM (24V+, 12V+) connects
to internal or external power supply
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Default input port configuration of L series (lathe)
Wire
No.
Definition
Function
1
IN0
X axis zero point
2
IN1
Standby input
3
IN2
Z axis zero point
4
IN3
Standby input
5
IN4
Tool #1 in place test
6
IN5
Tool #2 in place test
7
IN6
Tool #3 in place test
8
IN7
Tool #4 in place test
9
IN8
Tool #5 in place test
10
IN9
Tool #6 in place test
11
IN10
Tool #7 in place test
12
IN11
Tool #8 in place test
13
IN12
Standby input
14
IN13
Standby input
15
IN14
Standby input
16
IN15
Standby input
17
IN16 (XLMT-)
X axis negative limit (standby IN32)
18
IN17 (XLMT+)
X axis positive limit (standby IN33)
19
IN18
20
IN19
21
IN20 (ZLMT-)
Z axis negative limit (standby IN36)
22
IN21 (ZLMT+)
Z axis positive limit (standby IN37)
23
IN22
24
IN23
25
INCOM
Input common end INCOM (24V+, 12V+) connects
to internal or external power supply
12.2.3 Digital output interface (XS6)
The wiring of digital output interface follows:
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Simple Internal Circuit of Digital Output (left)
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Wiring with Machine Tool (right) (principal axis positive rotation for
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Default output port configuration of M series (milling machine)
Wire No.
Definition
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
OUT0
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8
Principal axis positive rotation (M03)
Principal axis reverse rotation (M04)
Standby output (M56, M57)
Standby output (M58, M59)
Cooling (M08, M09)
Lubricating (M32, M33)
Standby output (M10, M11)
Timing oil pump output of the system
Standby output (M12, M13)
10
OUT9
Standby output (M14, M15)
11
OUT10
Standby output (M16, M17)
12
OUT11
Standby output (M18, M19)
13
OUT12
Standby output (M40, M41)
14
OUT13
Standby output (M42, M43)
15
OUT14
Standby output (M44, M45)
16
OUT15
Standby output (M46, M47)
17
OUT16
Standby output (M48, M49)
18
OUT17
Standby output (M50, M51)
19
OUT18
Alarm indicator
20
OUT19
Running indicator
21
OUT20
Variable frequency speed switch 3 (M66, M67)
22
OUT21
Variable frequency speed switch 2 (M64, M65)
23
OUT22
Variable frequency speed switch 1 (M62, M63)
24
OUT23
Variable frequency speed switch 0 (M60, M61)
OUTGND12V-, 24V- common power supply of
external output
25
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Default output port configuration of L series (lathe)
Wire No.
Definition
Function
1
2
3
OUT0
OUT1
OUT2
4
OUT3
5
6
7
8
9
OUT4
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8
Principal axis positive rotation (M03)
Principal axis reverse rotation (M04)
Tool regulator positive rotation output (M56, M57)
Tool regulator reverse rotation & locking output
(M58, M59)
Cooling (M08, M09)
Lubricating (M32, M33)
Standby output (M10, M11)
Standby output (M20, M21)
Chuck locking (M12)
10
OUT9
Chuck loosening (M13)
11
OUT10
Standby output (M16, M17)
12
OUT11
Standby output (M18, M19)
13
OUT12
Standby output (M40, M41)
14
OUT13
Standby output (M42, M43)
15
OUT14
Standby output (M44, M45)
16
OUT15
Standby output (M46, M47)
17
OUT16
Standby output (M48, M49)
18
OUT17
Standby output (M50, M51)
19
OUT18
Standby output
20
OUT19
Standby output
21
OUT20
Variable frequency speed switch 3 (M66, M67)
22
OUT21
Variable frequency speed switch 2 (M64, M65)
23
OUT22
Variable frequency speed switch 1 (M62, M63)
24
OUT23
Variable frequency speed switch 0 (M60, M61)
OUTGND12V-, 24V- common power supply of
external output
25
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12.2.4 Handheld box interface (XS7)
1
9
2
10
3
11
4
12
5
13
6
14
7
15
8
IN24
IN25
IN26
IN27
IN28
IN29
IN30
IN31
IN32
IN33
HA
HB
24V5V5V+
Wire No.
Definition
Function
1
(IN24) gear switch
0.1 gear --- High speed
2
(IN26) gear switch
0.01 gear --- Medium speed
3
(IN28) gear switch
0.001 gear --- Low speed
4
(IN30) button
Cycle start
5
(IN32) button
Emergency stop
7
24V-
Negative pole of internally provided 24V
power supply
9
(IN25) axis selection
X axis
10
(IN27) axis selection
Y axis
11
(IN29) axis selection
Z axis
12
(IN31) axis selection
A axis
13
(IN33) button
Emergency stop
6
HA
Hand encoder phase A input signal
14
HB
Hand encoder phase B input signal
15
5V-
Negative pole of internally provided 5V
power supply
8
+5V
Positive pole of internally provided 5V
power supply
7
24V-
Negative pole of internally provided 24V
power supply
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12.2.5 Analog output interface (XS8)
Analog output interface wiring diagram:
The wiring is also suitable for XS8 interface of 4640/4620 controller;
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Wire No.
Definition
Function
1
DAOUT1
Analog voltage output (0~10) V
2
DAOUT2
Analog voltage output (0~10) V
3
GND
Internal 24V power grounding
4
GND
Internal 24V power grounding
5
GND
Internal 24V power grounding
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12.2.6 Principal axis encoder interface (XS12)
Principal axis encoder wiring diagram:
This wiring is suitable for 4640/4620 controller
Wire No.
Definition
Function
1
ECA+
Encoder phase A input +
2
ECAEncoder phase A input 3
ECB+
Encoder phase B input +
4
ECBEncoder phase B input 5
ECZ+
Encoder phase Z input + (standby)
6
ECZEncoder phase Z input - (standby)
7
NC
Null
8
NC
Null
Negative end of internal 5V power
9
5Vconnected to external power supply
Negative end of internal 5V power
10
5Vconnected to external power supply
Positive end of internal 5V power
11
5V+
connected to external power supply
Positive end of internal 5V power
12
5V+
connected to external power supply
Negative end of internal 5V power
13
5Vconnected to external power supply
14
NC
Null
15
NC
Null
supply; can’t be
supply; can’t be
supply; can’t be
supply; can’t be
supply; can’t be
¾ AB phase decoder input allows differential connection and common anode connection, which will be determined by the
encoder type.
¾ Encoder output modes include open collector, complementary, voltage and long drive, among which open collector,
complementary and voltage output use common anode connection, and long drive output uses differential connection.
¾ As shown in the figure below, AB phase decoder input signal uses differential input connection; if common anode
connection is used, the positive ends of phase A and phase B must be connected; for common cathode connection, the
negative ends of phase A and phase B must be connected.
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Differential connection follows:
¾ 5V power supply is external
Common anode connection follows:
¾ The power voltage is determined by encoder. If 5V power supply is used, resistor R will be unnecessary. For 12V
power supply, please use 1K-2K resistor, and for 24V power supply, please use 2K-5K resistor.
Suggestion:
Please use differential output encoder to ensure better anti-interference when the line is long.
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12.2.7 RS232 transmission interface (XS9)
Serial communication interface ---9-core signal socket (male)
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
NC
NC
TXD
NC
RXD
NC
NC
NC
GND
12.2.8 USB memory connection interface (XS10)
Standard USB memory (e.g. USB disk) interface;
12.2.9 PC USB communication interface (XS11)
Standard USB communication interface;
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12.3 Electrical connection diagram
12.3.1 Symbol schematic diagram
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12.3.2 Power connection diagram
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12.3.3 Servo drive connection diagram
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12.3.4 Step connection diagram
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12.3.5 IO electrical connection diagram
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