INDUSTRIAL SEWING MACHINE
MODEL
PLK-G10
TECHNICAL MANUAL
Simplified Operation Panel
A180E670P01
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Contents
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1. For safe use _______________________________________________ 1
2. Precautions for use _________________________________________ 3
3. Initial settings (Language / Model settings) _____________________ 5
4. Operation procedure ________________________________________ 7
4-1.Outline of the Control Switch Panel ................................................................. 7
4-2.Change in "Program mode" 1 .......................................................................... 9
4-3.Change in "Program mode" 2 .......................................................................... 11
4-4.Change in "Speed setting mode" ..................................................................... 13
4-5.Bobbin winding mode ...................................................................................... 14
4-6.Counter mode ................................................................................................. 15
4-7.Reading / Writing mode (Reading the sewing data) ........................................ 18
4-8.Reading / Writing mode (Writing the sewing data) .......................................... 19
4-9.Reading / Writing mode (Erasing the sewing data) ......................................... 21
4-10.Reading / Writing mode (Reading the combination data) .............................. 23
4-11.Reading / Writing mode (Erasing the combination data) ............................... 25
4-12.Reading / Writing mode (Reading the setting table) ...................................... 26
4-13.Reading / Writing mode (Reading the step file) ............................................. 27
4-14.Tool mode (Switching the pattern of combination) ......................................... 28
4-15.Tool mode (Deactivating the combination function) ....................................... 29
4-16.Tool mode (Moving the needle up and down) ................................................ 30
4-17.Tool mode (Version display) .......................................................................... 31
5. Reinstalling the System _____________________________________ 32
6. Error / Message (display) list _________________________________ 35
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Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi industrial sewing machine PLK-G Series.
Please read this technical manual before starting to ensure correct and long-term
use.
* The contents of this manual may not be reproduced in part or whole.
* The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
* An utmost effort has been made to cover all points of operation in this manual.
Contact Mitsubishi if you have any questions regarding the contents.
COPYRIGHT(C) 2014 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
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1. For safe use
1-1. For safe use
Always observe the following matters to safely use the Mitsubishi industrial electronic sewing machine PLK-G
Series (motor and control box).
● Before starting
Before using this control unit, read all of the technical manuals carefully, and correctly use the unit
following the manual. Also read the "Mitsubishi Industrial Sewing Machine Technical Manual <Sewing
Machine Head>" for details on the general configuration and sewing machine head.
● Application and purpose
This control unit is designed to drive and control the Mitsubishi industrial electronic sewing machine
PLK-G Series. Do not use this control unit for other applications or purposes. Do not use this control unit
until it has been confirmed that safety measures have been accurately taken for the installed electronic
sewing machine head section.
● Working environment
Please use this control unit in the industrial setting only. And do not use this control unit in the following
type of environment.
(1) Power voltage
* Where the voltage fluctuation exceeds ±10% of the rated voltage.
* Where the specified power capacity (refer to technical manual [Control unit] page [4]-2 “5. Power
capacity”) cannot be ensured.
(2) Magnetic noise
* Where strong fields or magnetic fields are generated, such as near a high-output high frequency
oscillating machine or high frequency welder.
(3) Temperature and humidity
* Where the ambient temperature is 35°C or more and 5°C or less.
* Where the unit will be subject to direct sunlight, or outdoors.
* Near sources of heat, such as heating appliances.
* Where the relative humidity is 45% or less, or 85% or more, and where dew may condense.
(4) Atmosphere
* In an atmosphere containing dust or corrosive gases, etc.
* In a flammable gas or explosive environment.
(5) Vibration
* If excessive vibration could occur when installed on the sewing machine, separately install the
control box.
1-2. Installation
● Control box
Correctly install the control box according to this manual.
● Accessories
Always disconnect the control unit from the main power supply before installing the accessories listed in
this manual. (Turn the power switch OFF, and disconnect the plug from the socket (power supply line).)
● Cable
(1) Lay the connection cables so that excessive force will not be applied during operation. Do not
excessively bend the cables.
(2) Cables laid near operating machine sections (ex., pulley or V-belt) must be separated by at least
25mm.
(3) Before connecting the power cable to the control box, confirm that the power voltage matches the
specifications given on the control box's rating nameplate and factory shipment voltage nameplate.
Connect the cable to the indicated positions, and then supply the power. When using a power unit,
connect the cable to the power unit and supply the power. In addition, when using a power unit, confirm
that the power voltage matches the specifications given on the power unit's rating nameplate. Turn the
power switch OFF before making any connections.
● Grounding
Always ground the power cord's grounding wire.
● Enclosed units and accessories
Connect the electrical enclosed units and accessories only to the positions indicated in the manual.
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● Removal
(1) Always turn the power switch OFF and disconnect the plug from the socket (power supply line) before
removing the motor or control box.
(2) Do not pull out the cord when disconnecting the plug. Always hold the plug receptacle when
disconnecting the plug.
(3) Note that a high voltage is applied inside the control panel, so always turn the power OFF and wait
at least ten minutes before opening the control box cover.
1-3. NOTICE CONCERNING
MARKING
(1) Electronic sewing machine PLK-G series are applied to CE conformity marking by installing the
exclusive device [PLK-G-CE].
When the products are used in the EU region, these devices are necessary to be installed.
(2) Electronic sewing machine should be use limited to the industrial areas even though above-mentioned
countermeasure is done.
[Warning] Use in residential areas may cause interference.
1-4. Maintenance, inspection and repairs
(1) Follow this manual when carrying out maintenance or inspections related to this control unit.
(2) This unit must be repaired, serviced and inspected only by a worker that has received special training.
(3) Do not use this control unit with the ventilation holes on the dust-proof filter of the motor blocked, or
clogged with dust, dirt or loose cloth, etc. (This can cause heating.)
(4) Always turn the power OFF before replacing the needle or bobbin, etc., on the head.
(5) Use genuine replacement parts for repairs and maintenance.
1-5. Other safety measures
(1) Keep fingers away from all moving machine parts (especially around the sewing machine needle or
V-belt, etc.).
(2) Never drop the control unit, or place objects in the clearances.
(3) Do not operate the sewing machine without the protective parts such as the cover, or protection
devices such as the safety breaker.
(4) If any damage is observed in the control unit, if the unit does not operate correctly, or if the operation is
suspicious, always suspend operation. Only operate the machine after the supervisor has adjusted,
repaired or inspected the machine.
(5) The user must not make improvements or changes without instruction from Mitsubishi.
1-6. Caution displays and danger displays
(1)In this manual, the dangers and danger levels that arise with incorrect handling are classified using the
following displays.
Warning
The warning display shows that incorrect handling can lead to
death or serious injuries.
Caution
The caution display shows that incorrect handling can lead to
injuries or damages to your house, household goods, and
others.
(2)The meanings of these symbols are as follows.
This symbol indicates that the
instructions must be followed.
This symbol indicates an
electrical hazard or caution
(electric shock caution).
This symbol indicates hot
temperature requiring caution.
This symbol indicates that
ground wire connection is
required.
This symbol indicates a
prohibited action.
* Always deliver this manual to the end user.
* Store this manual nearby where it can be referred to when necessary.
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2. Precautions for use
Warning
1. Do not place foot on the foot switch when turning the power ON.
2. Always turn the power OFF when leaving the sewing machine.
3. Do not inspect the control circuit with a tester.
4. Always turn the power switch OFF before tilting the sewing
machine head, replacing the needle, or passing thread through
the needle.
Control circuit
The tester voltage could be applied on the semiconductor
parts, and cause damage.
5. Always ground the grounding wire.
6. Do not use excessive wiring.
Power supply
Green
(Green/yellow)
Always ground the provided grounding wire
(green(green/yellow)).
7. A high voltage is applied inside creating a hazardous state, so
always turn the power OFF and wait ten minutes before opening
the cover.
8. Radiation fins and other parts may be hot. Do not touch the parts.
High voltage risk
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9. Never pull out the cable connector of "PLK-G10" control switch panel and do not connect it when the power supply is ON.
10. The sewing machine will coast to a stop when the power is turned OFF or a power failure occurs during sewing machine operation.
11. Always align the connector shape and direction, and securely insert the connector.
12. If the position detector's connector dislocates, the belt dislocates, or the sewing machine is completely locked, the motor will be turned OFF
automatically for a set time to prevent burning. (Note that the motor may not turn OFF if there is incomplete locking or an overload.) When
the fault has been recovered, turn the power OFF and ON once to resume normal operation. The same type of operation will take place if a
detector fault or disconnection occurs.
14. When connecting the external switch to an optional connector,
etc., keep the signal wire as short as possible. A long wire could
cause malfunctions.
13.Use the machine away from strong noise sources such as high
frequency welders.
Noise
Use a shielded wire for the signal wire when possible.
15. Periodically remove the dust adhered on the motor's
dust-proof filter once every two to three weeks.
Dust-proof filter
If operation is continued with the filter clogged, the motor
could heat and adversely affect the motor life.
16. If the fuse blows, remove the cause, and replace the blown fuse with one having the same capacity.
PLK-G3-CPU-M
XC-G2-2B-PLK05
2.5A fuse(two fuses)
PLK-G2-PMD
XC-G2-2B-PLK05
20A fuse(two fuses)
PLK-G2-PMD
20A fuse(two fuses)
(View from the front with cover removed)
(View from the front
with the cover and CPU removed)
15A fuse(one fuse)
Solenoid board located
on back of machine head
17. Attention when power supply is turned on again
Please make sure that turning on the power supply switch,
after the LED of the front panel on the control box is completely turned off.
(Please do not turn on the power supply again while displaying
the screen of the operation panel.)
* Please note that if power supply is turned on again while LED still turns on,
clamp outputs (O4, O5 port) may go down.
18. When the value of the sewing area limit is changed or the limit setting is deactivated, note the collision and
take care safely.
Also when using it outside the range where the mechanism can be operated, it can not assume the responsibility for
all problems caused by it.
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3. Initial settings (Language / Model settings)
When you turn on the machine power with the system in an initial state, it is "Language / Model settings"
mode.
It explains the operation that sets "Language" and "Model".
(1) Press
key in "Language settings" mode.
(2) "Language" is switched by pressing
key or
key.
Japanese
JPN
English
ENG
Spanish
SPA
Chinese
CHI
French
FRA
(3) Select "Language", then press
key.
(In this case "ENG")
(4) Switch to the "Model settings" mode by pressing
key or
(5) Press
key
key in "Model settings" mode.
(6) "Model" is switched pressing
key or
key.
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(7) Select "Model", then press
key.
(In this case "1306")
(8) To exit the settings, press
key.
(9) "M-305" code is displayed for confirmation.
To execute it, press
key.
(When canceling, press
key.)
(10) Turn off the power supply once
if "M-300" code is displayed.
Initial settings were completed.
► Please make sure not to turn on the power supply switch until after the LED
on the front panel of the control box has completely turned off.
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4. Operation procedure
When power supply is turned on, if there was not sewing data in the internal memory, the following code
"M-006" would be displayed. Press
key, and then it changes into the display of the normal mode.
Please read a sewing data in the reading / writing mode. (Refer to "4-7.Reading / writing mode (Reading
a sewing data))
4-1. Outline of the Control Switch Panel
* Example of displaying the normal mode
Number of current
sewing data = "800"
Setting of speed = "9"
- Home position
- Cancel
(To previous mode)
- Jog
↑:Forward
↓:Reverse
- Switching
↑:Previous
↓:Next
Enter(Execution)
Shift to function mode
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- Shift to program
mode
- Switching item
- Increasing value
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[A]key
- Shift to speed
setting mode
- Increasing value
[C]key
- Shift to counter
mode
- Switching On/OFF
- Increasing value
- Speed down
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[B]key
- Shift to bobbin
winding mode
- Increasing
value
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[D]key
- Shift to Reading /
Writing mode
- Switching
On/OFF
- Switching item
- Increasing value
- Speed up
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* Example of displaying the normal mode. Additionally "Combination mode" is "ON".
* Example of displaying the normal mode. Additionally "Up counter mode" is "ON".
* Example of displaying the normal mode. Additionally "Down counter mode" is "ON".
* Example of displaying the normal mode.
Additionally "Combination mode", "Up counter mode" and "Down counter mode" is "ON".
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4-2. Change in "Program mode" 1
It explains the operation that changes the "WIP" function in the "WIPER" item from "ON" to "OFF".
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) It becomes item selection mode of "Program mode".
The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(Refer to Table1)
(3) The item is decided, and then press
key.
(In this case "WIPER")
(4) It becomes function selection mode.
The function is switched by pressing
key or
(5) The function is decided, and then press
key.
key.
(In this case "WIP")
(6) It becomes value change mode. The value is changed
by pressing
key or
key.
(7) The value is decided, and then press
key.
(To return without changing a set value, press
key.)
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(8) It becomes function selection mode. Press
key.
(9) It becomes item selection mode . Press
key.
(10) It returns to the normal mode.
The change in the program mode was completed.
Table1
The item code (Program mode) and the change order
Wiper
WIPER
Slow start
SLOW
Clamp
CLAMP
Needle position
NEEDL
Thread breaking sensor
THRDB
Home position
HP
Halt
HALT
Counter
CNTER
Brake
BRAKE
Bobbin winding
WIND
Feed method
FEEDM
Speed
SPEED
Thread trimming /
Thread release
TRIM
Step
STEP
Jog
JOG
Feed angle
ANGLE
Other
OTHER
Pattern
PTN
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4-3. Change in "Program mode" 2
It explains the operation that changes the "HIGH" function in the "SPEED" item from "2500" to "2000".
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) It becomes item selection mode of "Program mode".
The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(Refer to Table1)
(3) The item is decided, and then press
key.
(In this case " SPEED ")
(4) It becomes function selection mode.
The function is switched by pressing
key or
(5) The function is decided, and then press
key.
key.
(In this case " HIGH ")
(6) It becomes value change mode. The value is changed
by pressing
keys.
(7) The value is decided, and then press
key.
(To return without changing a set value, press
11
key.)
(8) It becomes function selection mode. Press
key.
(9) It becomes item selection mode . Press
key.
(10) It returns to the normal mode.
The change in the program mode was completed.
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4-4. Change in "Speed setting mode"
It explains the operation of changing the speed setting value from "9" to "8".
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) It becomes speed setting mode.
The value is changed by pressing
key or
key.
key : The value is decreased.
key : The value is increased.
(3) To return to the normal mode, press
key.
(4) It returns to the normal mode.
(The display of the speed setting became "8".)
The change in the speed setting mode was completed.
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4-5. Bobbin winding mode
It explains the operation that shift to "Bobbin winding mode".
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) It becomes bobbin winding mode.
The shift to the bobbin winding mode was completed.
(3) To return to the normal mode, press
key.
(4) It returns to the normal mode.
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4-6. Counter mode
It explains the operation of changing the setting value in the counter mode
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) It becomes the counter mode.
The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(Refer to Table2)
(3) The item is decided, and then press
key.
(In this case "UPSET")
(4) The value is changed by pressing
keys.
(5) The value is decided, and then press
key.
(To return without changing a set value, press
key.)
(6) It becomes item selection mode.
The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(Refer to Table2)
(7) The item is decided, and then press
key.
(In this case "UPCNT")
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(8) The value is changed by pressing
keys.
(9) The value is decided, and then press
key.
(To return without changing a set value, press
key.)
(10) It becomes item selection mode.
The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(Refer to Table2)
(11) The item is decided, and then press
key.
(In this case "UPC")
(12) It becomes value change mode. The value is changed
by pressing
key or
key.
(13) The value is decided, and then press
key.
(In this case "ON")
(14) To return to the normal mode, press
key.
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(15) It returns to the normal mode.
Table2
The item code (Counter mode) and the change order
Current value of DOWN counter
DNCNT
Current value of UP counter
UPCNT
Setting value of DOWN counter
DNSET
Setting value of UP counter
UPSET
DOWN counter Valid/Invalid
DNC
UP counter Valid/Invalid
UPC
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4-7. Reading / Writing mode (Reading the sewing data)
It explains the operation of reading the sewing data.
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) It becomes reading item of "Reading / Writing mode".
Press
key.
(3) To read the sewing data from USB memory,
press
(Every time
key.
key is pressed, it alternates the USB
memory (F) and the internal memory (I)).
(When you use the USB memory, connect the USB
memory to the USB port.)
* When reading the sewing data from USB memory,
the display blinks and reading is prohibited when
the same number as data that exists in the internal
memory is selected.
key is invalid.
To read the data, it is necessary to erase the same
number data that exists in the internal memory.
(4) The sewing data is switched by pressing
key or
key.
The sewing data is decided, and then press
key.
(5) The sewing data was read.
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4-8. Reading / Writing mode (Writing the sewing data)
It explains the operation of writing the sewing data.
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(Refer to Table3)
(3) Choose "Writing the sewing data" item, and then
press
key.
(4) To write the sewing data to USB memory,
press
(Every time
key.
key is pressed, it alternates the USB
memory (F) and the internal memory (I)).
(When you use the USB memory, connect the USB
memory to the USB port.)
(5) The number of the sewing data is changed by
pressing
keys.
key.
The number is decided, and then press
* The display blinks and writing is prohibited when the same number
as data that already exists is set.
key is Invalid.
Please assign some other number, and write it.
To write the data in the number of the demand, it is necessary to
erase the same number data that exists in the internal memory or USB memory.
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(6) The sewing data is written.
Table3
The item code (Reading / Writing mode) and the change order
Reading the sewing data
DATA.R
Writing the sewing data
DATA.W
Erasing the sewing data
DATA.E
Reading the combination data
CONB.R
Erasing the combination data
COMB.E
Reading the setting table
TABL.R
Reading the step file
STEP.R
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4-9. Reading / Writing mode (Erasing the sewing data)
It explains the operation of erasing the sewing data.
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(Refer to Table3)
(3) Choose "Erasing the sewing data" item, and then
press
key.
(4) To erase the sewing data from USB memory,
press
(Every time
key.
key is pressed, it alternates the USB
memory (F) and the internal memory (I)).
(When you use the USB memory, connect the USB
memory to the USB port.)
(5) The sewing data is switched by pressing
key or
key.
The sewing data is decided, and then press
key.
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(6) The sewing data was erased.
* When the
key is pressed to erase the sewing data,
the message code "M-222" displayed as shown in
a right figure means it tried to erase current sewing data.
It is not able to erase current sewing data.
Please erase it again after reading another sewing data
once.
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4-10. Reading / Writing mode (Reading the combination data)
It explains the operation of reading the combination data.
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(Refer to Table3)
(3) Choose "Reading the combination data" item, and then
press
key.
(4) To read the combination data from USB memory,
press
key.
(Every time
key is pressed, it alternates the USB
memory (F) and the internal memory (I)).
(When you use the USB memory, connect the USB
memory to the USB port.)
(5) The combination data is switched by pressing
key or
key.
The combination data is decided,
and then press
key.
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(6) The combination data was read and combination
function is "ON".
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4-11. Reading / Writing mode (Erasing the combination data)
It explains the operation of erasing the combination data.
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(Refer to Table3)
(3) Choose "Erasing the combination data" item, and then
press
key.
(4) The combination data is switched by pressing
key or
key.
The combination data is decided,
and then press
key.
(5) The message code "M-278" is displayed to confirm
the execution.
When executing it, press
key.
(When canceling, press
key.)
(6) The combination data was erased.
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4-12. Reading / Writing mode (Reading the setting table)
It explains the operation of reading the setting table.
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(Refer to Table3)
(3) Choose "Reading the setting table" item, and then
press
key. (Please connect USB memory with
the USB port before pressing
key.)
(4) The setting table data is switched by pressing
key or
key.
The setting table data is decided,
and then press
key.
(5) Please turn off the power supply once
if the message code "M-290" is displayed.
► Please make sure not to turn on the power supply switch until after the LED
on the front panel of the control box has completely turned off.
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4-13. Reading / Writing mode (Reading the step file)
It explains the operation of reading the step file.
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(Refer to Table3)
(3) Choose "Reading the step file" item, and then
press
key. (Please connect USB memory with
the USB port before pressing
key.)
(4) The step file data is switched by pressing
key or
key.
The step file data is decided, and then press
key.
(5) Please turn off the power supply once
if the message code "M-290" is displayed.
► Please make sure not to turn on the power supply switch until after the LED
on the front panel of the control box has completely turned off.
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4-14. Tool mode (Switching the pattern of combination)
It explains the operation of switching the pattern of combination function.
(1) Press
valid.
key when the combination function is
(2) It becomes "Switching the pattern of combination" item.
Press
key.
(3) The sewing data is switched by pressing
key or
key.
The sewing data is decided, and then press
key.
(4) The pattern of combination function was switched.
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4-15. Tool mode (Deactivating the combination function)
It explains the operation of deactivating the combination function.
(1) Press
valid.
key when the combination function is
(2) The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(3) Choose "Deactivating the combination function" item,
and then press
key.
(4) The message code "M-298" is displayed to confirm
the execution. When executing it, press
(When canceling, press
key.
key.)
(5) The combination function was deactivated.
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4-16. Tool mode (Moving the needle up and down)
It explains the operation of moving the needle up and down.
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) The item is switched by pressing
key or
(3) Choose "Moving the needle up and down" item.
Movement UP and DOWN changes alternately
whenever
key is pressed.
* Please lower work holder before it operates.
*A present needle position is displayed in the control
switch panel.
(4) Press
key. It returns to normal mode.
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key.
4-17. Tool mode (Version display)
It explains the operation of displaying the system version.
(1) Press
key in the state of normal mode.
(2) The item is switched by pressing
key or
key.
(3) Choose "Displaying the system version" item,
and then press
key.
When the version is "S101W16B", it is displayed
as "01.16B". (The under line part is displayed.)
(4) Press
key. It returns to normal mode.
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5. Reinstalling the System
(1) Save the system data in a USB memory.
►Copy the [
] folder where the installed system data are included, into the root
directory of USB memory.
System
data
(2) Turn the machine power OFF and insert the USB memory.
(3) While holding down the [F] key on the front panel of the control box, turn the machine power ON.
(Keep pushing [F] key until red LED on the front panel is turned on.)
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(4) Installation is started.
Please wait for a while until becoming "Language/
Model settings" mode.
At this time, nothing is displayed in the "PLK-G10"
control switch panel.
(5) Press
key in "Language settings" mode.
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key or
(6) "Language" is switched by pressing
key.
Japanese
JPN
English
ENG
Spanish
SPA
Chinese
CHI
French
FRA
(7) Select "Language", then press
key.
(In this case "ENG")
(8) Switch to the "Model settings" mode by pressing
key or
(9) Press
key
key in "Model settings" mode.
(10) "Model" is switched pressing
(11) Select "Model", then press
key or
key.
key.
(In this case "1306")
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(12) To exit the settings, press
key.
(13) "M-305" code is displayed for confirmation.
To execute it, press
key.
(When canceling, press
key.)
(14) Turn off the power supply once
if "M-300" code is displayed.
Reinstalling the system was completed.
► Please make sure not to turn on the power supply switch until after the LED
on the front panel of the control box has completely turned off.
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6. Error / Message (display) list
Confirm the error code (E-***) or message code (M-***), and investigate with the following table.
Please refer to the technical material "Operation panel" for a detailed explanation of error codes
and message codes.
CODE
ERROR
INSPECTION
E-006
X axis a phase adsorption error
- Check the wiring for the main motor.
- Check the sewing machine.
- Check the insertion of the connector.
- Check the encoder A/B/ phase signal by
using IN/OUT setting mode.
- Check the sewing machine.
- Check the motor.
- Check clamp position.
E-007
Y axis a phase adsorption error
- Check clamp position.
SOL substrate solenoid overcurrent error
- Check the wiring for the solenoid.
- Exchange the solenoid.
- Use below rating current value.
- Check output wiring from CON-M and
remove short-circuited point.
- Exchange electromagnetic valve which is
connected to CON-M.
- Use with below the rating current value. For
example, decrease number of output, change
to output device with low current value, shift
on timing of each output, change setting of
the full wave on time to smaller or zero.
E-001
Main axis overcurrent error
Main axis lock error
E-003
E-009
SOL substrate air valve overcurrent error
E-015
CODE
M-001
M-003
M-004
M-005
M-006
MESSAGE
SUB MESSAGE
NEEDLE IS NOT CORRECT POSITION
CLAMP IS UP
UP COUNTER SET VALUE UP
DOWN COUNTER REACHED SET
VALUE
PATTERN DATA DOES NOT EXIST
Please touch Enter key
TERMINATION PROCESS COMPLETE
SEE YOU AGAIN !
* WAIT UNTIL THE LED
OF THE CONTROL BOX IS COMPLETELY
OFF, THEN POWER THE SWITCH ON
AGAIN
PRESS HOME ICON
M-028
M-050
RETURN NEEDLE TO UP POSITION BY
HAND OR NEEDLE UP ICON
TURN ON THE FOOT SWITCH (BLACK
FOOT SWITCH)
Please touch Enter key
NOT IN THE HOME POSITION
HALT SWITCH IS ON
READING OR TEACHING INPUT
M-188
USB MEDIUM IS NOT CONNECTED
RELEASE HALT SWITCH. IF MESSAGE IS
NOT CLEAR AFTER RELEASE HALT
SWITCH, TURN THE POWER OFF AND
CHECK HALT SWITCH & CABLE
PLEASE CONNECT USB MEDIUM
M-222
PATTERN DATA CAN NOT BE
DELETED
CURRENT PATTERN DATA CAN NOT BE
ERASED
M-161
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MEMO
[Reference] Table of digital display
Numeral
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Digital display
Character
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Digital display
Character
Digital display
Character
Digital display
Printed in Japan
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