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PGT-08-S@SOPAS
O p e r at i n g i n s t r u c t i o n s
PGT-08-S@SOPAS
Original Operating Instructions for Programming Tool PGT-08-S@SOPAS
Programming Tool for Encoders
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Described product PGT-08-S@SOPAS
Manufacturer SICK STEGMANN GmbH
Dürrheimer Strasse 36
78166 Donaueschingen, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 771 807 0
Fax: +49 (0) 771 807 100
Website: http://www.sick.com/
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Contents
1About this document........................................................................................4
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Purpose of this document........................................................................................... 4
Target audience........................................................................................................... 4
Information depth........................................................................................................ 4
Symbols used.............................................................................................................. 4
Associated documents................................................................................................ 4
General safety notes................................................................................................... 5
PGT-08-S hardware and SOPAS product combination.............................................. 5
1.7.1 Correct use................................................................................................... 6
1.7.2 Foreseeable misuse.................................................................................... 6
2Installation.........................................................................................................7
2.1
2.2
Installing SOPAS.......................................................................................................... 7
Updating device files (SDD)........................................................................................ 8
3Overview of SOPAS...........................................................................................9
3.1Interface....................................................................................................................... 9
3.2Icons...........................................................................................................................11
3.2.1 SOPAS basic view......................................................................................11
3.2.2 SOPAS device view....................................................................................11
3.3 Creating and managing projects..............................................................................11
4
Connecting and programming the encoder............................................... 12
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
PGT-08-S hardware....................................................................................................12
Connecting PGT-08-S hardware and encoder/connection to PC...........................12
Setting up the encoder.............................................................................................13
Preparing the working area.......................................................................................15
Programming absolute encoders.............................................................................16
Programming incremental encoders........................................................................19
Importing/exporting encoder data (.txt)..................................................................21
4.7.1 Importing encoder data............................................................................21
4.7.2 Exporting encoder data.............................................................................21
Loading/saving encoder data (*.sopas)..................................................................22
4.8.1 Loading encoder data...............................................................................22
4.8.2 Saving encoder data.................................................................................22
Programming additional encoders...........................................................................23
4.9.1 Programming an encoder from the same product family (cloning).......23
4.9.2 Programming encoders from a different product family.........................23
5Appendix.......................................................................................................... 24
5.1 PGT-08-S@SOPAS technical data.............................................................................24
5.2 SOPAS system requirements....................................................................................24
5.3Accessories................................................................................................................25
5.4 Connection diagrams................................................................................................26
5.5 Care and disposal......................................................................................................30
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ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT
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About this document
Read these operating instructions carefully before you commission the PGT-08-S hardware and use the SOPAS software.
1.1
Purpose of this document
These operating instructions provide a description of the commissioning and use of programming tool PGT-08-S hardware and the installation and use of the SOPAS software
for programming encoders.
1.2
Target audience
These operating instructions are intended for staff with technical training who carry out
programming of programmable encoders from SICK Stegmann GmbH. They assume
an appropriate level of knowledge for the use of software and electrical engineering in
general.
1.3
Information depth
These operating instructions contain information about the PGT-08-S@SOPAS on the
following topics:
−−
Product description
−−
Commissioning and programming
Technical knowledge is also required which is not provided in this document.
Additional information on the PGT-08-S@SOPAS can be found online at
www.sick.com.
1.4
Symbols used
Icon
Meaning
The symbol indicates a hazardous point where the product can be damaged by improper handling.
This symbol refers to a hazardous point due to electrical charge which
can damage the product.
This symbol prefixes a note containing important additional information.
1.5
Associated documents
Follow the current assembly instructions and note the current product information for
the device you wish to program before starting the task.
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1.6
1
General safety notes
CAUTION
Risk of damage due to incorrect adapter cable!
The programming tool must only be used with the designated adapter cables (see
page 25). Other adapter cables are not permitted. Otherwise, this could result in
damage to the programming tool or the encoder.
CAUTION
Risk of damage!
The programming tool must only be used with SICK Stegmann GmbH encoders. Using
other encoders could damage the programming tool and/or the encoder itself.
CAUTION
Risk of damage due to incorrect adapter cable!
Always use the correct adapter cable or the correct spring terminal block connections.
Otherwise, the programming tool and/or encoder will be damaged.
CAUTION
Risk of damage due to electrical charging!
When connecting an encoder, make sure you are grounded. Static charges can damage
the programming tool and/or the encoder.
1.7
PGT-08-S hardware and SOPAS product combination
The combination of the PGT-08-S hardware and SOPAS allows the user to quickly and
efficiently prepare programmable SICK Stegmann GmbH encoders for use or carry out
configurations.
For this purpose, the PGT-08-S hardware is connected to a computer via a USB connection, so that the interface of the encoder concerned can be read out or reprogrammed.
Both incremental and absolute encoders can be connected easily via different adapter
cables or the spring terminal block.
The SOPAS development environment integrates the programming environment for the
PGT-08-S hardware.
A suitable adapter cable is also required for use (see page 25).
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1.7.1
Correct use
Programming tool PGT-08-S@SOPAS is used to program and configure SICK Stegmann
GmbH encoders.
Correct use also means using a suitable adapter cable or the correct connection to the
spring terminal block. The connection diagrams in the appendix of these instructions
must be observed in this case (see page 26). You must also pay attention to the data
sheets of the encoders used.
The USB interface of the PGT-08-S hardware is designed solely for direct connection to
a computer. USB hubs or extensions should not be used.
The programmable encoders must be connected directly to an adapter cable or the
spring terminal block. An extension cable must not be connected in between.
The SOPAS software is designed for use on a Windows® PC. Other operating systems or
virtual machines are not supported.
1.7.2
Foreseeable misuse
If the pin assignment on the spring terminal block is not observed or an incorrect
adapter cable is used, the connected encoder will be damaged.
Disconnecting the connection to the encoder prematurely can cause data loss and
damage to the encoder.
Connecting the programming tool to USB hubs, USB extensions, or other long signal
lines may also cause data loss and damage to the encoder.
Installing and using SOPAS on computers that do not meet the specifications given in
the appendix (see page 24) may lead to data loss or malfunctions.
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INSTALLATION
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Installation
2.1
Installing SOPAS
2
Note:
If you are using SOPAS ET already, information on how to prepare SOPAS ET for use
with the PGT-08-S programming tool can be found in "Updating device files" (see
page 8).
Note:
During the SOPAS installation, you may see user account control messages and
messages from anti-virus programs. Confirm these messages or contact your system
administrator if you are uncertain about them.
In many companies, the installation of software products is subject to restrictions. If
this is the case, contact your system or network administrator before proceeding with
the installation.
1. Open the folder containing the saved SOPAS installation file.
2. Run the setup.exe file.
3. Select the required installation language.
4. Follow the instructions in the installation wizard.
A shortcut is created during the installation.
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INSTALLATION
2.2
Updating device files (SDD)
2.2.1
Updating via the internet
Note:
To update the device files (*.SDD), you need an internet connection and the option to
download data from www.my-sick.com.
To enable this option, www.my-sick.com must be permitted by your company's firewall.
Contact your network administrator about this.
1. Start SOPAS.
2. Open the Device Catalog by clicking on the corresponding quick selection tab.
Note:
If you are already using SOPAS, check whether the SDD files are up to date. If necessary, uninstall the device files for the relevant encoders so that you can replace them
for use with PGT-08-S@SOPAS.
More detailed information on uninstalling device files can be found in the online help
(F1 key).
3. Click the
button.
4. Click on Install.
5. Select From sick.com.
6. Follow the instructions in the installation wizard.
2.2.2
Updating via data card
1. Download the device file from www.my-sick.com and save it to a data card.
2. Start SOPAS.
3. Open the Device Catalog by clicking on the corresponding quick selection tab.
Note:
If you are already using SOPAS, check whether the SDD files are up to date. If necessary, uninstall the device files for the relevant encoders so that you can replace them
for use with PGT-08-S@SOPAS.
More detailed information on uninstalling device files can be found in the online help
(F1 key).
4. Click the
button.
5. Click on Install.
6. Select From Disk.
7. Click Browse... and navigate to the device file (.sdd) on the data card.
8. Follow the instructions in the installation wizard.
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OVERVIEW OF SOPAS
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3
Overview of SOPAS
SOPAS is a software platform for configuring and visualizing sensors made by the SICK
Group. Encoder programming has been integrated into this proven software platform to
increase efficiency and flexibility when managing encoders.
Existing encoder configurations from previous tools can be transferred to the platform
quickly and easily.
These instructions will mainly refer to the functions required for programming encoders.
Additional information on SOPAS and its functions can be found in the online help (F1
key).
3.1
Interface
SOPAS basic view
No
Description
1
Menu bar
2
Icons (quick access toolbar)
3
Project view
4
Configuration toolbar
5
Working area
6
Quick selection tabs
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OVERVIEW OF SOPAS
SOPAS device view
No
Description
1
Menu bar
2
Icons (quick access toolbar)
3
Encoder overview
4
Working area
5
Context help
6
Status bar
Note:
A detailed description of the individual areas and functions of SOPAS can be found via
the SOPAS help function (F1 key).
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3.2
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Icons
Icons allow for easy access to important functions in SOPAS.The most important icons
are shown here with a brief description.
3.2.1
SOPAS basic view
Icon
Meaning
Open an existing project
Create a new project
Save the project
3.2.2
SOPAS device view
Icon
Meaning
Print
Login to device
Logout from device
Write all parameters to device
Read from device
Save permanent
Help
3.3
Creating and managing projects
Projects form the basis for sensor visualization and configuration.
Task
Procedure
Creating a project
Click on the Create new Project button.
SOPAS is always started with an empty project.
Renaming a project
Select Project in the main menu and choose Project properties….
Enter a new name for the project.
Protecting a project
Select Project in the main menu and choose Project properties….
Enter the password for the project, then enter it again to confirm it.
Saving a project
Click on the Save or Save as button.
Opening a project
Click on the Open project button and select a project which has been
previously saved.
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Connecting and programming the encoder
4.1
PGT-08-S hardware
1
2
A
DATA
US
A
DATA
AZ
CLK
B
SET
Z
CLK
B
V/R
GND
3
4.2
No
Description
1
Cable with USB connection for connecting to PC/laptop
2
Spring terminal block (for encoders with a cable outlet)
3
Cable with SUB-D connection (9-pin) for connecting to encoder-specific programming
cables (for encoders with connector)
Connecting PGT-08-S hardware and encoder/connection to PC
CAUTION
Risk of damage due to incorrect adapter cable!
The programming tool must only be used with the designated adapter cables (see
page 25). Other adapter cables are not permitted. Otherwise, this could result in
damage to the programming tool and/or the encoder.
1. Connect the encoder to the associated cable (see page 25).
2. Connect the cable to the PGT-08-S hardware (see page 26).
3. Connect the PGT-08-S hardware to your PC using a USB port.
Note:
The USB interface of the PGT-08-S hardware is designed solely for direct connection to
a computer. USB hubs or extensions should not be used.
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4.3
4
Setting up the encoder
1. Create a new project (see page 11).
2. Connect the PGT-08-S hardware with the connected encoder to the PC.
3. Click the
button.
CAUTION
Risk of damage due to incorrect adapter cable!
The programming tool must only be used with the designated adapter cables (see
page 25). Other adapter cables are not permitted. Otherwise, this could result in
damage to the programming tool and/or the encoder.
4. Once the encoder is found, confirm that the correct cable is connected.
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5. Click on Cable Correct if the correct encoder has been detected and the right cable
is connected. Otherwise click on Cable not correct to search again.
The encoder is added to the project.
Note:
If multiple devices are connected, double-click the desired device in the device list.
Note:
Information on the correct cables can be found in the appendix of these operating
instructions (see page 25).
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4.4
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Preparing the working area
1. Select the connected encoder in the project view.
2. Double-click the encoder image or click on the triangle symbol and then select
Open Device window... to open the available views.
3. Double-click on a view to open it in the working area.
Example:
Note:
To switch between the open views, click on the tabs in the working area.
Note:
Use a divided view (see online help) to display multiple views next to or above one
another. The tabs can be moved to the different parts of the window using drag & drop.
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4.5
CONNECTING AND PROGRAMMING THE ENCODER
Programming absolute encoders
Note:
Only encoders with the type codes listed in chapter 5.1 can be programmed (see
page 24).
bb
Open the Programming and Position instrument views in the working area.
Programmable values and output values are shown in the two views according to the
encoder type used.
Note:
A brief explanation of the color values for the individual bits can be found in the SOPAS
context help.
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Steps per revolution
–
–
B: 1 to
32768
A: 1 to
262144
B: 1 to
32768
A: 1 to
262144
B: 1 to
32768
A: 1 to
262144
AHM36A-xxPxxxxxxx
–
AHS36A-xxPxxxxxxx
AFM60B-xxSxxxxxxx
AFM60A-xxSxxxxxxx
AFM60B-xxPxxxxxxx
AFM60A-xxPxxxxxxx
Operation
mode
AFM60B-xxRxxxxxxx
AFM60A-xxRxxxxxxx
Parameter
AFS60B-xxPxxxxxxx
AFS60A-xxPxxxxxxx
You can define the following parameters during programming:
Description
Binary
Non-binary
Binary
Non-binary
Round Axis
Defines the operating mode
and the relevant available
scaling parameters.
1 to 16384
1 to 16384
Defines the number of steps
per revolution.
Defines the number of revolutions.
Number of
revolutions
–
4096 fixed,
not programmable
4096 fixed,
not programmable
–
1 to 4096
Parameters
Round Axis
function
–
–
–
–
X
Number of revolutions Numerator:
Defines the numerator for the
number of revolutions.
Number of revolutions Denominator:
Defines the denominator for
the number of revolutions.
Total measuring range:
Defines the total number of
steps possible across the
number of revolutions.
Move SSI position bits
–
–
–
X
X
The arrow buttons can be
used to move the SSI position
bits.
This allows different
SSI formats to be implemented, such as right-aligned,
left-aligned, or tree array.
A description of the color
values for the individual bits
can be found in the SOPAS
context help.
Counting direction (CW/CCW/
External)
X
X
X
X
X
Defines the direction of rotation according to the shaft.
CW = clockwise.
CCW = counter-clockwise.
External = setting via pin/
wire.
SSI-Code Type
–
–
–
Gray
Binary
Gray
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Defines the SSI code type
for outputting the absolute
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AFM60B-xxRxxxxxxx
AFM60A-xxRxxxxxxx
AFM60B-xxSxxxxxxx
AFM60A-xxSxxxxxxx
AFM60B-xxPxxxxxxx
AFM60A-xxPxxxxxxx
AHS36A-xxPxxxxxxx
AHM36A-xxPxxxxxxx
CONNECTING AND PROGRAMMING THE ENCODER
AFS60B-xxPxxxxxxx
AFS60A-xxPxxxxxxx
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Position Error
Bit
–
–
–
fixed
directly
added
fixed
directly
added
Preset Position
X
X
X
X
X
SSI Mode
–
–
–
synchronous
asynchronous
synchronous
asynchronous
Electrical interface TTL/HTL
–
X
–
–
–
Defines the output interface
for the incremental signals.
Reset to factory
settings
X
X
X
X
X
Resets all parameters to
the factory settings of the
encoder.
Parameter
bb
Description
Defines the position of the error bit. Choose between fixed
or directly added (the error
bit is transmitted immediately
after the last position bit).
Assigns the entered preset
position to the current shaft
position.
Defines whether positions are
formed regardless of the master clock (asynchronous) or
synchronously to the master
clock.
After programming, print (
) a label with the programmed data and
stick it onto the encoder.
This means that the settings with which the encoder is being used are visible from
the outside.
Standard labels are suitable for printing.
Note:
Data entered is written to the encoder immediately and directly as long as this has not
been altered in the SOPAS configuration (see online help).
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4.6
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Programming incremental encoders
Note:
Only encoders with the type codes listed in chapter 5.1 can be programmed (see
page 24).
bb
Open the Programming and Position views in the working area.
Programmable values and output values are shown in the two views according to the
encoder type used.
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Resolution
B: 1 to
10000
A: 1 to
65536
1 to 65536
1 to 65536
VFS60A-xxPxxxxxx
DFS2xA-xxPxxxxxxxx
DFV60A-22Pxxxxxx
Parameter
DFS60B-xxPxxxxxx
DFS60B-xxMxxxxxx
DFS60A-xxPxxxxxx
DFS60A-xxMxxxxxx
You can define the following parameters during programming:
1 to 65536
Description
Defines the number of pulses per revolution.
Counting direction
(CW/CCW)
X
X
X
X
Enables the signal sequence to be
changed between A before B and B
before A.
Zero Pulse Width
electrical/mechanical
X
X
X
X
Defines the duration of the zero pulse in
relation to a signal period (electrical) or
a revolution (mechanical) of the encoder
(type-dependent).
Electrical interface
TTL/HTL
X
X
X
X
Defines the output interface for the incremental signals.
Zero set
X
X
X
X
Assigns the value 0 to the current shaft
position.
Reset to factory
settings
X
X
X
X
Resets all parameters to the factory
settings of the encoder.
bb
After programming, print (
) a label with the programmed data and
stick it onto the encoder.
This means that the settings with which the encoder is being used are visible from
the outside.
Standard labels are suitable for printing.
Note:
Data entered is written to the encoder immediately and directly as long as this has not
been altered in the SOPAS configuration (see online help).
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4.7
Importing/exporting encoder data (.txt)
4.7.1
Importing encoder data
To use data from a programming tool from the PGT-10-P series or older software versions of the programming tool, SOPAS allows txt files to be imported:
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1. Open the Programming tab.
2. Click the
button.
3. Select the desired file.
4. Click on the Import button.
The file data is transferred to the connected encoder.
4.7.2
Exporting encoder data
To make encoder data available to programming tools from the PGT-10-P series, SOPAS
provides the option of creating a txt file.
1. Click the
button.
2. In the dialog box that follows, select the desired file format.
3. Enter a file name.
Tip:
Use a meaningful file name in order to quickly find a specific configuration later, e.g.,
DFS60-A_1000L_El_180chanB_HTL.
4. Click on Export.
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4.8
Loading/saving encoder data (*.sopas)
4.8.1
Loading encoder data
To import encoder data saved in SOPAS as device data, proceed as follows:
1. Click on Device.
2. Select Import...
3. Select the desired device file.
4. Click on Open.
The file data is transferred to the connected encoder.
4.8.2
Saving encoder data
To program multiple encoders with the same values or to switch between multiple sets
of programming quickly, SOPAS allows you to save a device configuration.
1. Click on Device.
2. Select Export...
3. In the dialog box that follows, select the desired file format.
4. Click on the Browse button.
5. Enter a file name.
Tip:
Use a meaningful file name in order to quickly find a specific configuration later, e.g.,
DFS60-A_1000L_El_180chanB_HTL.
6. Click on Save.
7. Click on Export.
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4.9
Programming additional encoders
4.9.1
Programming an encoder from the same product family (cloning)
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Note:
SOPAS does not repeat any security prompts during this procedure. For this reason,
ensure that you are using the same encoder type each time.
1. Remove the encoder from the project.
2. Stop the connection once the first encoder has been programmed and a device file
has been created (see page 22).
3. Connect the next encoder to be programmed.
4. Load the saved device file from the previous encoder.
5. Click the
button on the quick access bar. The encoder is programmed directly.
6. Check the newly programmed settings using the relevant tab.
7. Remove the encoder from the project.
8. Stop the connection to the encoder.
9. Repeat steps 2–7 if you wish to program additional encoders from the same product family.
4.9.2
Programming encoders from a different product family
Note:
If you want to program a different encoder type or product family, the programmable
parameters and, possibly, the connection method will change. It is therefore necessary
to treat the next encoder in the same way as the first one.
1. Close the project and stop the connection to the encoder which has already been
programmed.
2. Connect the next encoder to be programmed.
Always ensure that you are using the correct cable (see page 25).
3. Follow the instructions given in "Setting up the encoder" (see page 13).
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Appendix
5.1
PGT-08-S@SOPAS technical data
The following encoders can be programmed with PGT-08-S@SOPAS:
Encoder variant
Encoder type
Type code
Incremental
DFS60
DFS60B-xxPxxxxxx
DFS60B-xxMxxxxxx
DFS60A-xxPxxxxxx
DFS60A-xxMxxxxxx
DFV60
DFV60A-22Pxxxxxx
DFS2x
DFS2xA-xxPxxxxxxxx
VFS60
VFS60A-xxPxxxxxx
AFS60
AFS60B-xxPxxxxxxx
AFS60A-xxPxxxxxxx
AFM60
AFM60B-xxPxxxxxxx
AFM60A-xxPxxxxxxx)
Absolute
AFM60B-xxRxxxxxxx
AFM60A-xxRxxxxxxx
AFM60B-xxSxxxxxxx
AFM60A-xxSxxxxxxx
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AHS36 SSI
AHS36A-xxPxxxxxxx
AHM36 SSI
AHM36A-xxPxxxxxxx
SOPAS system requirements
Component
Requirement
Processor
Standard Intel Pentium PC or compatible,
at least Pentium 1 GHz
Random Access Memory
Min. 1024 MB RAM
Interface
Hardware communication channel such as RS-232
(serial interface), depending on the SICK device
Operating system
Microsoft Windows XP, VISTA, Windows 7 (32/64 bit),
Windows 8 (32/64 bit)
Monitor
At least 256 colors; 65,536 colors recommended
(16 bit Hi color)
Minimum resolution
1024 px x 768 px
Required disk space
450 MB of free memory on the hard drive
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5
Accessories
Description
Model name
Part no
Adapter cable for absolute SSI – PGT-08-S with male
cable connector D-sub 9-pin and female cable connector M12 8-pin, pre-wired (8-wire),
4 x 2 x 0.08 mm², screened, length of cable 0.5 m
DSL-2D08-G0M5AC2
2048439
Adapter cable for absolute SSI – PGT-08-S with male
cable connector D-sub 9-pin and female cable connector M23 12-pin, pre-wired (8-wire),
4 x 2 x 0.15 mm², screened, length of cable 0.5 m
DSL-3D08-G0M5AC2
2048440
Adapter cable for absolute SSI + incremental and
DSL-3D08-G0M5AC4
SSI + sin/cos – PGT-08-S with male cable connector
D-sub 9-pin and female cable connector M23 12-pin,
pre-wired (8-wire), 4 x 2 x 0.15 mm², screened, length
of cable 0.5 m
2059270
Adapter cable for PGT-08-S and PGT-10-S incremental DSL-2D08-G0M5AC3
with male cable connector D-sub 9-pin and female
cable connector M12 8-pin, pre-wired (8-wire),
4 x 2 x 0.08 mm², screened, length of cable 0.5 m
2046579
Adapter cable for PGT-08-S and PGT-10-S incremental DSL-3D08-G0M5AC3
with male cable connector D-sub 9-pin and female
cable connector M23 12-pin, pre-wired (8-wire),
4 x 2 x 0.08 mm², screened, length of cable 0.5 m
2046580
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APPENDIX
Connection diagrams
Encoder type
Connection type
DFS60/DFS2x/DFV60/VFS60
DSL-2D08-G0M5AC3 (M12, 8-pin)
DSL-3D08-G0M5AC3 (M23, 12-pin)
1
2
3
5
A
DATA
US
A
DATA
AZ
CLK
B
SET
Z
CLK
B
V/R
GND
6
7
4
26
8
1. White
5. Red
2. Brown
6. Violet
3. Pink
7. Yellow
4. Black
8. Blue
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Encoder type
Connection type
AFS60/AFM60 SSI
DSL-2D08-G0M5AC2 (M12, 8-pin)
5
DSL-3D08-G0M5AC2 (M23, 12-pin)
1
2
3
5
A
DATA
US
A
DATA
AZ
CLK
B
SET
Z
CLK
B
V/R
GND
6
7
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1. White
5. Red
2. Brown
6. Yellow
3. Pink
7. Violet
4. Black
8. Blue
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Encoder type
Connection type
AFM60 SSI+inc/SSI+ sin/cos
DSL-3D08-G0M5AC4 (M23, 12-pin)
1
2
3
5
A
DATA
US
A
DATA
AZ
CLK
B
SET
Z
CLK
B
V/R
GND
6
7
4
28
8
1. White
5. Red
2. Brown
6. Yellow
3. Pink
7. Violet
4. Black
8. Blue
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Encoder type
Connection type
AHS36/AHM36 SSI
DSL-2D08-G0M5AC2 (M12, 8-pin)
1
2
3
5
A
DATA
US
A
DATA
AZ
CLK
B
SET
Z
CLK
B
V/R
GND
6
7
4
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8
1. White
5. Red
2. Brown
6. Yellow
3. Pink
7. Violet
4. Black
8. Blue
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5.5
Care and disposal
5.5.1
Care
Clean the housing of the PGT-08-S hardware with a damp microfiber cloth to remove
any contamination. Allow the housing to dry completely before you use the programming tool again.
5.5.2
Disposal
Always dispose of unusable devices in accordance with the applicable national waste
disposal regulations.
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