®
SC-510
ENGINEER’S MANUAL
40025322
No.E364-01
PREFACE
This Engineer’s Manual is written for the technical personnel who are responsible for the service and maintenance
of the machine.
The Instruction Manual for these machines intended for the maintenance personnel and operators at an apparel
factory contains operating instructions in detail. And this manual describes “Standard Adjustment”, Adjustment
Procedures”, “Results of Improper Adjustment”, and other important information which are not covered in the
Instruction Manual.
It is advisable to use the instruction Manuals and Parts Lists for SC-510/M51, IP-100E/SC-510, and CP-160C
together with this Engineer’s Manual when performing maintenance of these machines.
This manual gives the “Standard Adjustment” on the former page under which the most basic adjustment value is
described and on the latter page the “Results of Improper Adjustment” under which stitching errors and troubles
arising from mechanical failures and “How To Adjust” are described.
SAFETY DEVICE
Safety devices described below vary in accordance with the destination and specifications.
Motor pulley cover
Cover to prevent motor
pulley and V belt from
coming in contact with
each other.
Roll-in prevention pin
Pin to prevent roll-in by V
belt.
Motor fan cover
Cover to prevent motor fan
from coming in contact with
other components.
Electric shock danger label
This label indicates that
there is a danger of electric shock in the cover on
which the label is pasted.
Power voltage danger label
Power connector cover
Electric shock danger label
Cautions for usable power
voltage are described.
Cover to prevent connectors from electric shock
due to high voltage section.
This label indicates that
there is a danger of electric
shock in the cover on which
the label is pasted.
CONTENTS
1. SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................1
(1) SC-510/M51 ............................................................................................................................................... 1
(2) Extension p.c.b. * (packed together with IP-100E) ..................................................................................... 1
2. OUTLINE ..................................................................................................................1
(1) Features ..................................................................................................................................................... 1
3. CONFIGURATION ....................................................................................................2
(1) SC-510/M51 ............................................................................................................................................... 2
4. EXPLANATION OF OPTIONAL CONTROL PANEL ...............................................3
(1) List of control panel of CP-160 ................................................................................................................... 3
(2) Explanation of control panel CP-160 .......................................................................................................... 4
(3) Example of application ............................................................................................................................... 5
(4) IP-100E operation panel ............................................................................................................................. 6
(5) How to operate sewing patterns with IP-100E ............................................................................................ 8
(6) IP-100E information mode ........................................................................................................................ 13
(7) Software upgrade ..................................................................................................................................... 47
5. CONTROL BOX (SC-510) .....................................................................................50
(1) Arrangement of connectors ...................................................................................................................... 50
(2) How to use the standard operation panel ................................................................................................. 51
(3) Setting for functions of SC-510 ................................................................................................................. 56
(4) Function setting list (Start level ; U : User’s mode, S : Service mode) ..................................................... 58
(5) Detailed explanation of selection of functions .......................................................................................... 64
(6) Automatic compensation of neutral point of the pedal sensor .................................................................. 80
(7) Initialization of the setting data ................................................................................................................. 80
(8) How to select sewing machine head ........................................................................................................ 81
6. CHANGING PROCEDURE OF THE PEDAL TYPE ............................................. 83
7. CONNECTING PROCEDURE WITH JUKI OPTIONAL DEVICE ..........................84
(1) Connection of the pedal of standing-work machine .................................................................................. 84
(2) Setting of the auto lifter function ............................................................................................................... 84
(3) Connecting procedure of CP-160 ............................................................................................................. 85
(4) Installation IPOP circuit board .................................................................................................................. 85
(5) Installation of IP-100E .............................................................................................................................. 85
8. EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT CONNECTOR
(SIGNAL CONNECTOR FOR EXTENSION) .........................................................86
(1) Encoder output connector (CN40) ............................................................................................................ 86
(2) Optional input/output connectors (CN50 and CN51) ................................................................................ 86
(3) Setting between IPOP board input/output connectors and jumper ........................................................... 87
(4) How to crimp the optonal connector ......................................................................................................... 91
9. HOW TO USE THE SIMPLIFIED PROGRAM FUNCTION ....................................93
(1) Simplified program function ...................................................................................................................... 93
(2) Sequence of start and input ...................................................................................................................... 94
(3) Command input ........................................................................................................................................ 95
(4) Simplified program command list ............................................................................................................. 97
(5) Simplified program information input setting code list and connector location list .................................... 99
(6) Setting procedure of optional power and setting procedure of jumper for input changeover ................. 101
(7) Transition (sequence) diagram of No. 66 simplified program function ................................................... 105
10. CONNECTOR CONNECTION DIAGRAM ..........................................................109
(1) Solenoid for machine head ..................................................................................................................... 109
(2) Solenoid Connector for lifting presser foot ............................................................................................. 109
(3) Optional cord .......................................................................................................................................... 110
11. MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................. 112
(1) Replacing the fuse .................................................................................................................................. 112
(2) Changing procedure between 100V to 120V and 200V to 240V ............................................................ 114
(3) Control voltage check terminal of CTL circuit board ............................................................................... 115
12. ERROR CODES. ................................................................................................ 116
(1) Error code list ......................................................................................................................................... 117
(2) IP-100E operation panel disply ............................................................................................................... 119
<REFERENCE> TABLE OF DIGITAL DISPLAY ......................................................120
13. BLOCK DIAGRAM. ............................................................................................121
14. INPUT/OUTPUT CHART ....................................................................................122
MEMO
1. SPECIFICATIONS
(1) SC-510/M51
No.
Item
Specifications
1
Supply voltage
2
Frequency
3
Operating temperature range
4
Operating humidity range
5
Power consumption
6
Single phase 100 to 120V
3-phase 200 to 240V
Single phase 200 to 240V
50Hz/60Hz
50Hz/60Hz
50Hz/60Hz
Temperature : 0 to 40°C Temperature : 0 to 40°C Temperature : 0 to 40°C
Humidity : 90% or less
Humidity : 90% or less
Humidity : 90% or less
425VA
425VA
425VA
Number of input ports
8
8
8
7
Number of output ports
8
8
8
8
Number of programs
4
4
4
9
Number of steps
20 steps/1 program
20 steps/1 program
20 steps/1 program
10
Program input
operation panel (optional)
11
Operation panel
CP-160C
CP-160C
CP-160C
(optional)
IP-100E
IP-100E
IP-100E
Control box or
operation panel (optional)
Control box or
Control box or
operation panel (optional) operation panel (optional)
(Caution) 1. Indication of the power consumption is the mean power consumption when LU-1520N-7 is
mounted in accordance with the operating conditions JUKI specifies.The power consumption changes in accordance with the operating conditions and the mounted machine head.
So, be careful.
2. Instantaneous maximum power consumption may become 1.5 times or more than the mean
power consumption.
(2) Extension p.c.b. * (packed together with IP-100E)
No.
Item
Specifications
1
Panel connection port
IP-100E connection port
2
Number of input ports
8
3
Number of output ports
8
4
Memory medium
5
Program input
Smart media
IP-100E
2. OUTLINE
(1) Features
1) Voltage changeover function of single phase 100 to 120V/3-phase 200 to 240V is provided. (Adapting to a
part of specifications only)
The control box with voltage changeover function can be used either for single phase 100 to 120V or for 3phase 200 to 240V by replacing the power cord up to the power switch and setting the voltage changeover
connector inside the control box.
2) By connecting the operation panel, CP-160 to the control box as standard, function and operability are
further improved.
3) SC-510 main unit only has the programming function and it is possible for SC-510 main unit only to program
various input/output such as start, stop, etc. of the sewing machine by means of the external equipments or
external input/output signals by using the optional input/output terminals.
4) Version-up of the program of SC-510 main unit and extension of input/output terminals can be performed by
using the optional IP-100 and the extension p.c.b.
5) Reliability is further improved by employment of the switching power method which is strong against the
voltage fluctuation and strengthening of the protective circuit.
6) High-torque servo motor M51 of 750 W output is employed and a wide range adaptability from general
materials to extra heavy-weight materials can be displayed.
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3. CONFIGURATION
(1) SC-510/M51
: M51 (AC servo motor)
: Front cover
: Operation panel
: Pedal unit
: Power connector
: Motor connector
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4. EXPLANATION OF OPTIONAL CONTROL PANEL
(1) List of control panel of CP-160
1) For the connecting destination of the connector, refer to the item (3) of 7. CONNECTING PROCEDURE WITH
JUKI OPTIONAL DEVICES.
2) By connecting of CP-160, all displays of standard operation panel of SC-510 go off.
However, error code No. is displayed only at the time of occurrence of error.
NO.
Description
Power indication LED : Lights up when the power switch is turned ON.
Max. speed limit variable resister : Maximum speed is limited when this resister is moved in the left direction (
).
Reverse stitching pattern switch : Used for specifying the reverse stitching pattern to be sewn.
Overlapped stitching pattern switch : Used for specifying the overlapped stitching pattern to be sewn.
Constant dimension stitching pattern switch : Used for specifying the constant dimension stitching pattern to be sewn.
Rectangular stitching pattern switch : Used for specifying the rectangular stitching pattern to be sewn.
Automatic reverse stitching at the start of sewing switch : Used for turning ON / OFF the automatic reverse stitching at the start of sewing.
Automatic reverse stitching at the end of sewing switch : Used for turning ON / OFF the automatic reverse stitching at the end of sewing.
Automatic double reverse stitching at the start of sewing switch : Used for turning ON / OFF the automatic double reverse stitching at the start of sewing.
Automatic double reverse stitching at the end of sewing switch : Used for turning ON / OFF the automatic double reverse stitching at the end of sewing.
Switches for setting the number of stitches : Used for setting the number of stitches to be sewn in processes A through D.
Material edge sensor ON / OFF switch : Rendered effective when the material edge sensor is installed on the machine.
Used for selecting whether or not the material sensor is used during sewing.
One-shot automatic stitching switch : Start the sewing machine with this switch, and the sewing machine will run
automatically until the material edge is detected or the end of the set number of stitches is reached.
Automatic thread trimming switch :When the material edge is detected, the machine will perform thread trimming
even when keeping depressing the front part of the pedal.
Thread trimming prohibition switch : Used for prohibiting thread trimming at any occasion.
Bobbin thread counter : Indicates the amount of bobbin thread while counting it by subtracting from the set value.
When the bobbin thread remaining amount detecting device is installed on the machine, the counter indicates the
number of times of detecting.
Bobbin counter reset switch : Used for returning the value shown on the bobbin thread counter to the initial value.
Bobbin thread amount setting switch : Used for setting the amount of bobbin thread.
Needle up/down compensating switch : Used when performing needle up / down compensating stitching.
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(2) Explanation of control panel CP-160
1) Reverse stitching pattern
When the sewing machine performs the free stitching operation, the
machine performs the reverse stitching operation at the start and end of
sewing.
The reverse stitching operation can set the ON and OFF settings.
Furthermore, single and double reverse stitching patterns can be selected.
Setting of number of stitches or other settings can be performed by operating the control panel.
A, B, C and D = 0 to 19 stitches
2) Overlapped stitching pattern
The sewing machine repeats the normal stitching and reverse stitching
by the predetermined time, and performs the line bartacking. Then, the
machine makes the thread trimmer actuate and stop to complete the overlapped stitching procedure.
Change of the number of stitches or the number of times of repetition can
be performed by operating the control panel.
A, B and C = 0 to 19 stitches
D = 0 to 9 times
3) Constant-dimension stitching pattern
The free stitching process in the reverse stitching pattern becomes the
set value of the number of stitches. The sewing machine will automatically
stop (automatically perform thread trimming if the automatic thread
trimming is selected.) after the machine finishes the predetermined number
of stitches in the process of CD.
If the automatic thread trimming is not selected, operate the touch-back
switch after the machine has automatically stopped. Then, the machine
runs at a low speed (stitch compensation operation). Also, if the pedal is
returned to its neutral position and depressed its front part again, the
sewing can be continued regardless of the setting of number of stitches.
Setting of number of stitches or selection of automatic thread trimming
can be performed by operating the control panel.
A and B = 0 to 19 stitches CD = 0 to 500 stitches
4) Rectangular stitching pattern
There are 4 operation steps in the process of constant-dimension stitching
pattern. At each operation step the sewing machine automatically stops
after sewing the predetermined number of stitches. At this time, if the
touch-back switch is operated, the sewing machine runs at a low speed
(stitch compensation operation). Also, in case of the last operation step, if
the pedal is returned to its neutral position and depressed its front part
again, the sewing can be continued regardless of the setting of number of
stitches. However, if the automatic thread trimming is set, the machine
will perform thread trimming. Setting of number of stitches or selection of
automatic thread trimming can be performed by operating the control panel.
A and B = 0 to 19 stitches C and D = 0 to 99 stitches
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(3) Example of application
1) When the CP-160 is used together with the material end sensor (ED : optional), it can be used as a small
edge-controller.
(Method) Adjust the position to
CP-160, and turn ON
mark
mark
of the CP-160, turn ON material end sensor ON/OFF switch
of the automatic one-shot stitching.
of the
(Caution) 1. Number of rotations of the automatic one-shot stitching can be changed by the function
setting (No. 38).
2. It is necessary to set the material end sensor input of the function code : 9 to the input port by
using the function of the optional input/output function selection (Function setting No. 12).
2) Label attaching is performed by the automatic one-shot stitching with the CP-160
(Method) Select
mark
on the CP-160, and turn ON
mark
of the automatic one-shot stitching.
(Explanation) Number of stitches at the section CD can be set up to 500 stitches. If the stitch length is 2 mm, it is
possible to sew approximately 1,000 mm (1 m).
This function can perform the automatic one-shot stitching without using the material end sensor
(ED : optional). Therefore, the sewing machine performs the sewing to the last according to the
sewing pattern even if the label is not located at the end of material when the pedal is depressed
once.
CD
Label
CD
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(4) IP-100E operation panel
Refer to the instruction manual of IP-100E/SC-510 for further information.
Re-sewing switch
Information switch
Power display lamp
Needle up/down compensating switch
Material edge sensor switch
Smart media cover
Screen changeover switch
One-shot stitching switch
Smart media slot
With/without reverse feed stitch
With/without automatic thread
(Smart media inserting opening)
at sewing start switch
trimmer switch
Smart media
With/without reverse feed stitch
Thread trimming prohibiting switch
Optional :
at sewing end switch
Counter value setting switch
Part No.HX005750000
Reset switch
Max. speed limitation variable resistor
Teaching switch
Re-sewing switch
Unused
Needle up/down
compensating switch
This is the switch to perform needle up/down compensating stitching.
(Needle up/down compensating stitching and one stitch compensating
stitching can be changed over with function setting No.22.)
Screen changeover
switch
This is the switch to change over the screen.
With/without reverse
feed stitch at sewing
start switch
This is the switch to turn ON/OFF automatic reverse feed stitch at sewing start.
* This switch cannot be used with the sewing machine which is not
provided with automatic reverse feed stitching device.
With/without reverse
feed stitch at sewing
end switch
This is the switch to turn ON/OFF automatic reverse feed stitch at sewing end.
* This switch cannot be used with the sewing machine which is not
provided with automatic reverse feed stitching device.
Reset switch
This is the switch to make the value of bobbin thread counter or sewing
counter the set value.
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Teaching switch
Unused
Information switch
This is the switch to perform various function settings.
Material edge sensor
switch
Rendered effective when the material edge sensor is installed on the machine.
Used for selecting whether or not the material edge sensor is used during sewing.
One-shot stitching
switch
When this switch is set to effective, the sewing machine automatically operates
up to the specified number of stitches.
With/without automatic
When this switch is set to effective, the sewing machine automatically performs
thread trimmer switch
thread trimming when the specified number of stitches has been completed.
Thread trimming
prohibiting switch
This switch prohibits all thread trimmings.
* This switch cannot be used with the sewing machine which is not provided
with the automatic thread trimming device.
Counter value setting
switch
This is the switch to set the value of bobbin thread counter of No. of pcs. counter.
Max. speed limitation variable
resistor
When moving the resistor in the left direction, max. speed is limited.
Power display lamp
This lamp lights up when the power switch is turned ON.
Smart media cover
This is the cover for smart media inserting opening.
To open the cover, place your finger on the notch located on the side of the cover
as shown in the figure and push the cover in the direction of left slanting rear.
* There are some functions that are not able to be operated with the cover opened.
Do not close the cover unless smart media is completely inserted.
Smart media slot
(Smart media inserting opening)
To set smart media, insert smart media into smart media slot and push it until it is
almost hidden.
To remove smart media, push it further again and it protrudes to the posi
tion where it can be held between your fingers. Now, draw it out.
*Be very careful of the inserting direction of smart media.
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(5) How to operate sewing patterns with IP-100E
1. Free stitching pattern
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Sewing
pattern
Press
to display the pattern list screen.
1) Press switch
to select the free stitching pattern, and the screen is automatically changed over to the number
of stitches of free stitching setting screen to display the number of stitches which has been already set.
2) When changing the number of stitches, change it with switches
and
for setting the number of stitches A
through D.
(The range of the number of stitches that can be changed : 0 to 99 stitches)
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3) Press switch
to set the reverse stitching at the start of sewing.
No setting
4) Press switch
Reverse stitching
at the start of sewing
Double reverse stitching
at the start of sewing
to set the reverse stitching at the end of sewing.
No setting
Reverse stitching
at the end of sewing
2. Constant dimension stitching pattern
Double reverse stitching
at the end of sewing
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Sewing
pattern
Press
to display the pattern list screen.
1) Press switch
to select the constant dimension stitching pattern, and the screen is automatically changed over
to the number of stitches of constant dimension stitching setting screen to display the number of stitches which
has been already set.
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2) When changing the number of stitches of the reverse stitching, change it with switches
and
for setting the
number of stitches of A and B.
In addition, when changing the number of stitches of the constant dimension stitching, change it with switches
and
for setting the number of stitches of C D.
(The range of the number of stitches that can be changed : A and B = 0 to 19 stitches, C D = 0 to 500 stitches)
3) Press switch
to set the reverse stitching at the start of sewing.
No setting
4) Press switch
Reverse stitching
at the start of sewing
Double reverse stitching
at the start of sewing
to set the reverse stitching at the end of sewing.
No setting
Reverse stitching
at the end of sewing
Double reverse stitching
at the end of sewing
5) When automatic thread trimming switch
is selected, thread trimming is automatically performed after processes C D have been completed. (When setting the reverse stitching at the end of sewing, thread trimming is
automatically performed after the reverse stitching at the end of sewing has been completed)
When automatic thread trimming switch
is not selected, press the touch-back switch after processes C D
have been completed, and the sewing machine rotates at low speed. (Compensation stitching operation)
In addition, when the pedal is returned to the neutral position and the front part of it is depressed again, the
sewing can be continued regardless of the setting of the number of stitches.
6) When thread trimming prohibiting switch
is selected, the sewing machine will stop with the needle up without
performing thread trimming.
7) When one-shot automatic stitching switch
is selected, automatic sewing is performed at the set speed without
a break by depressing the front part of the pedal.
3. Overlapped stitching pattern
Press
to display the pattern list screen.
1) Press switch
to select the overlapped stitching pattern, and the screen is automatically changed over to the
number of stitches of overlapped stitching setting screen to display the number of stitches which has already
been set.
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2) When changing the number of stitches, change it with switches
and
for setting the number of stitches for
processes A through C. To change the number of times of the whole processes, change it with switches
and
for setting the number of processes D.
(The range of the number of stitches A,B and C that can be changed : 0 to 19 stitches. The range of the number
of processes D that can be changed : 0 to 9 times)
3) Depress the front part of the pedal once, and the sewing machine will repeat the normal stitching and reverse
stitching as many as the number of specified times. Then the sewing machine will automatically make the thread
trimmer actuate and will stop to complete the overlapped stitching procedure. (The one-shot automatic stitching
cannot be turned OFF.)
4) When thread trimming prohibiting function
is selected, the machine will stop with the needle up upon completion of the overlapped stitching procedure without performing thread trimming.
4. Square stitching pattern
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Sewing
pattern
Press
to display the pattern list screen.
1) Press switch
to select the square stitching pattern, and the screen is automatically changed over to the
number of stitches of square stitching setting screen to display the number of stitches which has been already
set.
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2) When changing the number of stitches of reverse stitching, change it with switches
and
for setting the
number of stitches of A and B.
In addition, when changing the number of stitches of square stitching, change it with switches
and
for
setting the number of stitches of C and D.
(The range of the number of stitches that can be changed : A and B = 0 to 19 stitches, C and D = 0 to 99 stitches)
3) Press switch
to set the reverse stitching at the start of sewing.
No setting
4) Press switch
Reverse stitching
at the start of sewing
Double reverse stitching
at the start of sewing
to set the reverse stitching at the end of sewing.
No setting
Reverse stitching
at the end of sewing
Double reverse stitching
at the end of sewing
5) The sewing machine automatically stops after completion of the process at processes C and D. At this time,
the sewing machine rotates at low speed when the touch-back switch is pressed (compensation stitching operation). In addition, when the pedal is returned to the neutral position and the front part of it is depressed again, the
sewing can be continued regardless of the setting of the number of stitches.
is selected, thread trimming is automatically performed after comple6) When automatic thread trimming switch
tion of the last process. (When the reverse feed stitching at the end of sewing is set, the reverse feed stitching at
the end of sewing becomes the last process, and automatic thread trimming is performed after completion of the
process.)
7) When thread trimming prohibiting switch
is selected, the sewing machine will stop with the needle up without
performing thread trimming.
8) When one-shot automatic stitching switch
is selected, automatic sewing is performed at the set speed without
a break by depressing the front part of pedal at processes C and D.
9) When the sewing machine is provided with auto-lifter, the presser foot automatically goes up after completion of
the process at processes C and D.
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(6) IP-100E information mode
In the information mode, you can specify, check, and edit various data and also perform other operations. The
information mode consists of the operator level and maintenance personnel level. Refer to the instruction manual of
IP-100E/SC-510 for the operator level.
[Maintenance personnel level]
1) Turn ON the power.
2) Press the switch
for 3 seconds to call the information screen.
■ Information screen (Maintenance personnel level)
1) Press the respective switches to display the screens of the respective functions. (Press the switch , , , or
for 3 seconds for corresponding operation.)
Press switch
to end the information mode, and the screen returns to that before the information mode.
Version display .............................. 1. Refer to the version function.
Sewing common setting ................ 2. Refer to the sewing common data function.
Function setting ............................. Refer to the instruction manual for IP-100E/SC-510.
Sewing management setting ......... 3. Refer to the sewing management information.
Data communication ...................... 4. Refer to the communication function.
SM format (Smart media) .............. 5. Refer to the SM format function.
(Caution) When the smart media format is executed, all data which have been currently recorded will
disappear. Be careful not to use the format for any other than the initialization of the smart
media.
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1) Version function
This function allows you to view the version of each component such as operation panel [IP-100E], IPOP board
[SC-510 expansion], and CTL board [SC-510 main body].
■ Version display screen
[Standard setting]
(Contents)
R
V
L
01— 01 — 01
00
Others
Level
Version
Revision
CPU type
: Operation panel program (IP-100E)
: IPOP program (SC-510 expansion [IPOP board])
: Servomotor program (SC-510 main body [CTL board])
1. After checking a version, you can return to the last screen by pressing the switch . If you press the switch
, the information mode ends and the screen before the information mode screen appears again.
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2. Sewing common data function
This function allows you to display, specify, and manage various sewing data relating to simplified program,
optional input/output, thread trimmer, additional device 1, and additional device 2, and others.
■ Sewing common data screen (Maintenance personnel level)
1. Press the respective switches to display the screens of the respective functions.
Simplified program edit .................. (1) Refer to the simplified program function.
Optional input / output setting ........ (2) Refer to the optional input / output function.
Thread trimmer device display ....... (3) Tread trimmer device function (Refer to the instruction manual
for IP-100E/SC-510.)
Additional device 1 setting ............. (4) Additional device function (Refer to the instruction manual for
IP-100E/SC-510.)
Additional device 2 setting ............. (4) Additional device function (Refer to the instruction manual for
IP-100E/SC-510.)
2.Press switch
to return to the information screen (maintenance personnel level), and press switch
information mode. Then the screen returns to that before the information mode.
to end the
(1) Simplified program function
This is the function to create the simplified program which takes in the various internal signals and the signal from
the outside (connector), and can control the output of special signals to the outside (connector) and the complicated motion of the sewing machine with SC-510 main unit only without using the exclusive input device or the
like.
■ Simplified program edit the 1st screen
[Program command “END” : standard setting]
1) Press switches
and
to select programs (No.1 to 4).
and
to select steps (No.1 to 20).When the program command selected with switches
2) Press switches
and
is “END”, the step No. becomes the last step and it is not possible to proceed to the next step No.
3) Press switches
and
to select program commands (function code No. 0 to 20).
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4) Press switches
and
to set parameter 1. Contents of parameter 1 may differ or not exist depending on the
selected program command.
5) Press switches
and
to set parameter 2. Contents of parameter 2 may differ or not exist depending on the
selected program command.
6) Press switch
to display the simplified program edit the 2nd screen.
■ Simplified program edit the 2nd screen
[Program command “END” : standard setting]
7) Press switches
and
to select input ports (No. 1 to 53). Input port may not exist depending on the selected
program command.
8) Press switches
and
to select input state of the selected input port (Low : true when inputting Low, High :
true when inputting High). Input logic of the input port may not exist depending on the selected program command.
* Selection of plural input ports (No. 1 to 53) and the accompanied input state is possible.
9) Press switches
and
to select output ports (No. 1 to 17).
10) Press switches
and
to select output state of the selected output port (Low : Low output when true, High :
High output when true). Output state can be set with plural output ports.
* Selection of plural output ports (No. 1 to 17) and the accompanied output state is possible.
11) Press switch
to display the simplified program edit the 1st screen.
■ Simplified program edit the 1st screen
[Program command “END” : standard setting]
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12) Repeat the procedure from 2) through 11) for editing the next step. After completion of editing, press the switch
to enable the program. (The illustration on the previous page shows the state of program off. The display
changes to the illustration below and the program becomes enabled when the switch
is pressed.)
Program on
Program off
13) When switch
is pressed to store this program in memory and end the editing, display the screen of the
illustration below. When switch
is pressed, all contents of the edit up to that time are invalidated and the state
returns to that before edit.
14) Lastly, turn OFF the power switch. This simplified program works when the power switch is turned ON again.
• Inserting procedure of the step
is pressed, a step (program command “DELY” is set) is newly inserted after the displayed step,
When switch
and the display is changed over to that of the step.
• Deleting procedure of the stop
When switch
is pressed, the displayed step is deleted, the next step is advanced, and the display is changed
over to that of the step.
• Effective simplified program No. display at the time of sewing
Simplified program No. which has been set effective is displayed in the frame of dotted line of the illustration
below in the normal sewing screen or the like, and which simplified program No. is working can be confirmed.
The illustration below shows the display when all of No. 1 to 4 are set effective. Simplified program No. which
has been set invalidate is not displayed
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MEMO
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[Program command list]
Command display
Function code No.
Command
name
Parameter 1
Display
Parameter 2
Setting range
Display
Setting range
Input port
Display
Output port
Setting range
Display
Description of command
Setting range
Completion
End of program (initial setting)
: No setting
—
0
—
—
—
—
—
1 to 17
: H output
: L output
Delay
—
1
(Delay time)
0 : Command invalid
1 to 999 : msec
—
To next step after lapse of delay time
: No setting
—
—
: H output
1 to 17
: L output
0 to 999
AND
conditional
branch
0 to 999
(Delay time)
0 : Waiting input until completion of
condition
1 to 999 : msec
0 to 999
(Delay time)
0 : Waiting input until completion of
condition
1 to 999 : msec
(Skip destination
step No.)
1 to 20 : Step No.
2
1 to 20
OR
conditional
branch
3
1 to 20
4
Number of
stitches AND
conditional
branch
1 to 20
5
Number of
stitches OR
conditional
branch
1 to 20
(Skip destination
step No.)
1 to 20 : Step No.
: H input
: L input
(Jump)
1 to 20 : Step No.
Jumps to the step specified at skip destination step No. when all input setting condi: No setting tions are completed within the set value of number of stitches setting (AND input), and
moves to next step after number of stitches has finished.
: H output
: H input
1 to 17
: L input
: L output
: No setting
: H input
—
1 to 17
: L input
Jumps to the step specified at skip destination step No. when any of input setting
: No setting conditions is completed within the set value of number of stitches setting (OR input),
and moves to next step after number of stitches has finished.
: H output
: L output
Repeats between the specified steps at jump until repeat count value is over. Loops
: No setting infinitely at set value 0.
(Caution) Do not perform the nest input of this command.
—
1 to 17
1 to 20
Moves to next step when any of conditions specified at input setting is completed (OR
: No setting input). Jumps to the step set at skip destination step No. when input conditions are not
completed and delay time has lapsed.
: H output
: L output
: No setting
1 to 53
(Repeat count value)
0 : Infinite
1 to 999 :Time
1 to 17
1 to 53
Moves to next step when all conditions specified in the input setting are completed
: No setting (AND input). Jumps to the step set at skip destination step No. when input conditions
are not completed and delay time has lapsed.
: H output
: L output
: No setting
(Number of stitches)
0 : Command invalid
1 to 999 : msec
0 to 999
1 to 17
: L input
1 to 53
0 to 999
Jump repeat
counter
6
: H input
1 to 53
(Number of stitches)
0 : Command invalid
1 to 999 : msec
(Skip destination
step No.)
1 to 20 : Step No.
(Skip destination
step No.)
1 to 20 : Step No.
: No setting
: H output
0 to 999
: L output
7
Rotation
speed
command
(Delay time)
0 : Delay time invalid
1 to 999 : msec
(Speed)
0 to 999 : X10
0 to 999
—
—
1 to 17
0 to 999
Speed of the swing machine can be set. The machine runs at the set speed within the
: No setting set delay time, and the speed command is released after lapse of delay time. Minimum number of revolutions does not become less than the set value of function set: H output ting No.35 Minimum number of revolutions of pedal. Also, maximum number of revolutions does not become more then the set value.
: L output
*State setting of input ports (No.1 to 53) and output ports (No.1 to 17) can be individually performed. Refer to 9.-(5) Simplified program information input setting code list and connector location list for the input/output port numbers.
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Command display
Function code No.
Command
name
Parameter 1
Display
Speed
limitation
command
Parameter 2
Setting range
Display
(Limitation speed)
0 to 999 : X 10 rpm
Setting range
Input port
Display
Output port
Setting range
Display
(Delay time)
0 : Delay time invalid
1 to 999 : msec
8
Lswinh
command
—
—
or
0 to 999
(Delay time)
0 : No delay
(on/off information)
: on
1 to 999 : msec
9
: off
—
—
1 to 17
—
1 to 999 : msec
—
—
0 to 999
(on/off information)
or
11
1 to 999 : msec
—
—
0 to 999
Up stop
command
—
1 to 999 : msec
—
—
1 to 17
—
1 to 999 : msec
—
—
1 to 17
: L output
(Delay time)
0 : No delay
—
14
—
1 to 999 : msec
15
1 to 20
(Skip destination
setup No.)
1 to 20 : Setup No.
—
—
1 to 17
: L output
(Angle)
0 to 359 : Degree
0 to 359
Reverse revolution to lift needle command When command is executed, the machine
is braked in the reverse rotation from the angle set with function setting No. 19. Command is executed without delay time at delay time 0. For others, command is effective
: H output within the set delay time, and command is invalid after lapse of delay time.
: No
setting
0 to 999
Analog AND
conditional
branch
When command is executes, if the needle is in DOWN position, it rotates to UP position in the normal rotation, and vice versa. Speed specified with other command is
neglected. Command is executed without delay time at delay time 0. For others, com: H output mand is effective within the set delay time, and command is invalid after lapse of delay
time.
: No
setting
0 to 999
Rsw
command
Up position stop command (speed specified with other command is neglected.) Command is executed without delay time at delay time 0. For others, UP position stop
command is effective within the set delay time, and command is invalid after lapse of
: H output delay time.
: L output
(Delay time)
0 : No delay
—
13
: H output
: No
setting
0 to 999
Needle up/
down
command
Thread trimming output is performed. Command is executed without delay time at
delay time 0. For others, thread trimming delay command is output within the set
delay time, and released after lapse of delay time.
: L output
(Delay time)
0 : No delay
—
12
: H output
: No
setting
1 to 17
: off
Thread trimming operation is prohibited. Command is invalid at delay time 0. For
others, thread trimming command is output within the set delay time.
: L output
(Delay time)
0 : No delay
: on
: H output
: No
setting
1 to 17
Tswinh
command
LSW (depressing front part of pedal) is prohibited. Command is executed without
delay time at delay time 0. For others, LSW is invalid within the set delay time, and
input of LSW is effective after setting delay time.
: L output
(Delay time)
0 : No delay
—
10
: No
setting
0 to 999
Thread
trimming
command
Max. speed limitation value of the sewing machine can be set. The set speed limitation works within the set delay time and speed limitation command is released after
lapse of delay time. Minimum number of revolutions does not become less than the
: H output set value of function setting No.35 Minimum number of revolutions of pedal. Also,
max. number of revolutions does not become more than the set value of function
: L output setting No. 96 Max. number of revolutions.
: No
setting
1 to 17
0 to 999
Description of command
Setting range
: No
setting
1 to 53
: H input
: L input
: No
setting
1 to 17
Step moves to the next step after progress of set angle, and moves to skip
destination step No. when all input conditions are completed (AND input).
(Reference angle is the angle which is off from UP position.)
: H output
: L output
*State setting of input ports (No.1 to 53) and output ports (No.1 to 17) can be individually performed. Refer to 9.-(5) Simplified program information input setting code list and connector location list for the input/output port numbers.
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Command display
Function code No.
Command
name
Parameter 1
Display
Angle OR
conditional
branch
Parameter 2
Setting range
Display
Input port
Setting range
Display
(Angle)
0 to 359 : Degree
(Skip destination
step No.)
1 to 20 : Step No.
Output port
Setting range
: No
setting
Stop
command
—
17
—
18
19
FLsw
command
(Presser
lifter output)
(on/off information)
or
—
—
: off
or
: H output
: L output
: No
setting
—
—
1 to 17
0 to 999
(on/off information)
Program
reset
(Program No.)
1 to 4 :
Simplified program
No.
20
—
—
1 to 4
0 to 999
On/off of presser lifter switch command is set. Command is executed without delay
time at delay time 0. For other set values, presser lifter switch is turned “off” after lapse
of presser lifter output “on” time during set time.
: H output
: L output
(on/off information)
or
: H output
: No
setting
1 to 17
: off
On/off of reverse stitching switch is set. Command is executed without delay time at
delay time 0. For other set values, reverse stitching switch is turned off after lapse of
back-tuck output “on” time during set time.
: L output
(Delay time)
0 : Invalid
1 to 999 : msec
: on
Stop command is output, and step moves to the next step. When time is set, step
moves to the next step after lapse of set time.
1 to 17
(Delay time)
0 : No delay
1 to 999 : msec
: on
: L output
: No
setting
0 to 999
BTsw
command
(Reverse
stitching
command
: H output
: L input
(Delay ti mme)
0 : No delay
1 to 999 : msec
Step moves to the next step after progress of set angle, and moves to skip destination
step No. when any of input conditions is completed (OR input). (Reference angle is
the angle which is off from UP position.)
1 to 17
1 to 53
0 to 359
Description of command
Setting range
: No
setting
: H input
16
1 to 20
Display
: No
setting
: on
—
—
Initialization of the step of specified program No. The step of specified program is
forcibly returned to the fist step. Initialization of step can be performed to each program.
: H output
1 to 17
: off
: L output
*State setting of input ports (No. 1 to 53) and output ports (No. 1 to 17) can be individually performed. Refer to 9.-(5) Simplified program information input setting code list and connector location list for the input/output port numbers.
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MEMO
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[Simplified program sample I]
Step No.
Command
function code No.
Parameter 1
Parameter 2
Input port
Output port
Setting
Setting
Setting
Setting
Remark
Detection of input on edge, initialization of output
1
2
1
0
1
1
2
No setting
2
2
2
0
1
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10 stitch count
No setting
3
4
3
No setting
10
Lswinh: on (No pedaling)
—
4
9
No setting
0
Tread trimming command
—
5
10
0
—
No setting
0
Stop confirmation
No setting
6
2
6
0
24
Step No.
Command
function code No.
Parameter 1
Parameter 2
Input port
Output port
Setting
Setting
Setting
Setting
Remark
Delay: 50 ms, output 1: on
—
7
1
—
50
1
Delay: 50 ms, output 2: on
—
8
1
—
50
2
Delay: 100 ms, output 1: off
—
9
1
—
100
1
Cancellation of thread trimming command, output 2: off
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—
10
17
—
0
2
Lswinh: off (Cancellation of no pedaling)
—
11
9
No setting
0
Repeat
12
13
6
0
1
0
—
—
—
No setting
—
No setting
<Simplified program sample I>
This program enables optional input 1, trims the thread automatically after 10 stitches counted, and stops the machine.
The program also enables optional output 1 for 100 ms immediately after machine stop and enables optional output 2 for
150 ms after 50 ms from machine stop.
Input 1
Output 1
100ms
.............
50ms
....................
50ms
.............
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10 stitches
....................
Output 2
.........................................
Stop
............................................
Thread trimming
[Simplified program sample II]
Step No.
Command
function code No.
Parameter 1
Parameter 2
Input port
Output port
Setting
Setting
Setting
Setting
Remark
Detection of input on edge, output 2: on
1
2
1
0
1
1
2
on delay: 20 ms (chatter protection)
No setting
2
2
4
20
1
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on waiting
—
3
6
2
No setting
0
Speed limit at 2000 rpm (in steps of 10 rpm)
—
4
8
200
No setting
0
Detection of input on edge, output 1: on
5
2
5
0
1
1
2
Step No.
Command
function code No.
Parameter 1
Parameter 2
Input port
Output port
Setting
Setting
Setting
Setting
Remark
on delay: 20 ms (chatter protection)
No setting
6
2
8
20
1
on waiting
—
7
6
6
No setting
0
Speed limit cancellation: 6500 rpm (in steps of 10 rpm)
—
8
8
650
No setting
0
Repeat
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9
10
6
0
1
0
—
—
—
No setting
—
No setting
<Simplified program sample II>
This program imposes the speed limit of 2000 rpm at the ON edge of optional input 1 and cancels he speed limit at the
ON edge of second input 1.
The program enables optional output 1 during speed limit imposed and enables output 2 during speed limit cancelled.
Input 1
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Output 2
......................................
Output 1
.........................................
Speed limit at
6500 rpm
2000 rpm
(2) Optional input/output functions
Assignment of various functions to the input connector (CN51) and output connector (CN50) on the CTL board
allows you to perform signal transmission of the functions assigned to the connectors and control simple operations
of the sewing machine.
■ Optional input/output setting screen
[Standard setting]
When setting the function to input connector (CN51)
Press switches
and
,and select optional input (No. 1 to 8) corresponding to pin No. of input connector.
Press switches
and
,and select input function (function code No. 0 to 22).
Press switches
and
,and select input state (Low : true when Low is inputted, High : true when High is
inputted) of the selected input function. When no function setting (function code No. 0) is selected, selection of
input state does not exist.
* Selection of plural optional inputs (No. 1 to 8) and the accompanied input state is possible. However, when the
same input function is set to plural optional inputs, optional input No., the number of which is smaller, becomes
effective and that, the number of which is larger, becomes invalid and fails to work.
•
1)
2)
3)
(Caution) It is not possible to set the function to input connector (CN123) on the extension circuit board
(IPOP circuit board).
•
4)
5)
6)
When setting the function to output connector (CN50)
Press switches
and
,and select optional output (No. 1 to 8) corresponding to pin No. of output connector.
Press switches
and
,and select output function (function code No. 0 to 11).
Press switches
and
,and select output state (Low : Low is output at the time of true, High : High is output
at the time of true) of the selected output function. When no function setting (function cord No. 0) is selected,
selection of output state does not exist.
* Selection of plural optional outputs and the accompanied output state is possible. However, when the same
output function is set to plural optional outputs, optional output No., the number of which is smaller, becomes
effective and that, the number of which is larger, becomes invalid and fails to work.
* When the output function selected at optional output (No. 1 to 8) is solenoid output function (TRM, BT, WP or
FL), the optional output becomes effective, and the function corresponding to connectors for sewing machine
(CN36 and 37) becomes invalid.
(Caution) It is not possible to set the function to output connector (CN124) on the extension circuit board
(IPOP circuit board).
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7) Press switch
to store the setting in memory and end. Then the screen as shown in the illustration below is
displayed. When switch
is pressed, all contents of the setting up to that time are invalidated, and the state
returns to that before setting.
8) Lastly, turn OFF the power switch. This optional input/output function works by turning ON the power switch
again.
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[Input function list]
The following chart shows available input functions. Use this chart after referring to “Setting procedure of optional
power and setting procedure of jumper for input changeover”.
(Caution) For assigning the input function to the input connector, CN51, use +5 V or less voltage for the
function signal transmitting to the optional input terminal. Failure to observe this may cause
damage to the board.
Function display
Function code No.
Function name
Input state setting
No function setting
Description of function
(Standard setting state)
—
0
Needle up/down
compensating stitching
: L input
: H input
Every time switch is pressed, as many as half
stitch is fed in normal direction. (Same motion
as that of needle up/down compensating stitching switch of the operation panel.)
1
Back compensating
stitching
: L input
: H input
2
Function of cancel of once
of reverse stitching at end
: L input
: H input
Reverse stitching at low speed is performed
while switch is held pressed. (Effective only
when constant-dimension stitching is selected
with the operation panel.)
Depressing the back part of the pedal
after pressing the switch cancels reverse
feed stitching once.
3
Thread trimming function
The function works as thread trimming
switch.
: L input
: H input
4
Presser lifter function
The function works as presser lifter switch.
: L input
: H input
5
One stitch compensating
stitching
Every time switch is pressed, one stitch
sewing motion is executed.
: L input
: H input
6
Function of cancel of
reverse stitching at start
Invalid/effective can be alternately changed
over by operating optional switch.
: L input
: H input
7
Function of lifting presser
lifter when pedal is in
neutral position
: L input
: H input
8
Material end sensor input
Every time switch is pressed, function of
automatically lifting/not lifting presser
lifter when pedal is in neutral position can
be selected.
This function works as input signal of
material end sensor.
: L input
: H input
9
Function of prohibition of
pressing front part of pedal
This function prohibits rotation by means
of pedal.
: L input
10
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: H input
Function display
Function code No.
Function name
Input state setting
Function of prohibition of
thread trimming output
Description of function
This function prohibits thread trimming
output.
: L input
: H input
11
Low speed command input
This function works as low speed switch
for standing machine.
: L input
: H input
12
High speed command input
This function works as high speed switch
for standing machine.
: L input
: H input
13
Needle lift function
When switch is pressed during DOWN stop,
UP stop motion is performed.
: L input
: H input
14
Function of reverse revolution
to lift needle
: L input
: H input
When switch is pressed during DOWN stop,
reverse revolution is performed and the
machine is braked at the specified angle.
15
Safety switch input
This function prohibits rotation.
: L input
: H input
16
Thread trimmer knife
sensor input
This function works as input signal of thread
trimmer knife sensor.
: L input
: H input
17
Cancel/addition of automatic
reverse stitching switch input
: L input
: H input
Every time switch is pressed, this function
performs cancel or addition of reverse
stitching at start or end.
: H input
Every time switch is pressed, this function
performs alternate vertical movement
amount change output.
: H input
While switch is held pressed, this function
performs alternate vertical movement
amount change output.
18
Alternate vertical movement
amount change panel switch
input
: L input
19
Alternate vertical movement
amount change knee switch
input
: L input
20
2-pitch alternate input
Every time switch is pressed, this function
inverses 2-pitch change output.
: L input
: H input
21
2-pitch momentary switch
While switch is held pressed, this function
performs 2-pitch change output.
: L input
22
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: H input
[Output function list]
The following chart shows available input functions. Use this chart after referring to “Setting procedure of optional
power and setting procedure of jumper for input changeover”.
(Caution) For assigning the output function to the output connector, CN50, apply a voltage equal to or less
than that specified for W1 and W2 (jumper for power supply voltage) to the optional output terminal. Failure to observe this may cause damage to the board.
Function display
Function code No.
Function name
Output state setting
No function setting
Description of function
(Standard setting state)
—
0
Thread trimming output
: L output
: H output
: L output
: H output
1
Wiper output
2
Tension release output
: L output
: H output
3
Presser lifter output
: L output
: H output
4
Reverse stitching output
: L output
: H output
5
Reverse stitching at end once
cancel monitor output
This function outputs thread trimming signal.
(When this function is selected, function
corresponding to connectors for sewing
machine (CN36, CN37) becomes invalid.)
This function outputs wiper signal. (When
this function is selected, function
corresponding to connectors for sewing
machine (CN36, CN37) becomes invalid.)
This function outputs tension release signal.
(When this function is selected, function
corresponding to connectors for sewing
machine (CN36, CN37) becomes invalid.)
This function outputs presser lifter signal.
(When this function is selected, function
corresponding to connectors for sewing
machine (CN36, CN37) becomes invalid.)
This function outputs reverse stitching signal.
(When this function is selected, function
corresponding to connectors for sewing
machine (CN36, CN37) becomes invalid.)
This function outputs reverse stitching at end
once cancel function state.
: L output
: H output
6
Reverse stitching at start/end
cancel monitor output
This function outputs reverse stitching at
start and/or end cancel function state.
: L output
: H output
7
Cancel/addition of automatic
reverse stitching switch
monitor output
This function outputs cancel/addition of
automatic reverse stitching switch input state.
: L output
: H output
8
Alternate vertical movement
amount change (monitor)
output
This function outputs alternate vertical
movement amount change signal.
: L output
: H output
9
Sewing machine stop state
output
This function outputs sewing machine stop state.
: L output
: H output
10
2-pitch (monitor) output
This function outputs 2-pitch signal.
: L output
11
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: H output
(3) Thread trimming device function
This is the function to confirm the thread trimming device mounted on the sewing machine.
Refer to the instruction manual of IP-100E/SC-510 for further information.
(4) Additional device function
This is the function to select and set the types of additional devices such as threader, auto-hemmer, tape cutter,
etc. which are interlocked with the sewing machine.
3. Sewing management information.
This function displays, sets, and controls all kinds of management information including maintenance, production
management, operating measurement, operating status, error history.
1. The illustration below appears. The switches , , and
appear when the level 1 operation [normal switch
pressing] is performed, and the switches
and
appear when the level 2 operation [3-second switch pressing] is performed.
To return to the previous screen, press the switch . To exit from information mode and return to the screen
previous to the information mode, press the switch .
■ Sewing management information screen
2. Press each switch to call up corresponding function screen.
Maintenance setting ............................. Refer to the instruction manual for IP-100E/SC-510.
Production management setting .......... Refer to the instruction manual for IP-100E/SC-510.
Operating measurement setting .......... Refer to the instruction manual for IP-100E/SC-510.
Operating status display ...................... ● Refer to the Operating status function.
Error history display ............................. ● Refer to the Error history function.
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● Operating status function
This function displays the operating status of the sewing machine including each operating time, energization
time, thread trim count, and total stitches.
■ Operating status screen
(Contents)
: Operation time (Unit : h)
: Energization time (Unit : h)
: Thread trim count (Unit : Number of counts)
: Stitche count (Unit : in 1,000 stitches)
1. Press the switch
to return to the previous screen after viewing the operating status of the sewing machine.
To exit from the information mode and return to the screen previous to the information mode, press the switch
.
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● Error history function
This function display error occurrence information (error No., error duration, etc.) of the sewing machine.
■ Error historu screen
(Contents)
History No. Error No.
Error duration (Unit : h) [Energization time]
to return to the previous screen after viewing the occurrence information (latest error
1. Press the switch
highlighted and top listed) of the sewing machine. If two or more errors occur at the same time, press the
switch
or
to scroll the list up or down respectively. Up to approximately 100 errors (depending on
memory capacity) can be saved in the error history in reverse chronological order.
To exit from the information mode and return to the screen previous to the information mode, press the switch
.
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4) Communication function
This function establishes data communication between SU-1 (sewing machine data server utility) or SmartMedia
and the operation panel.
Uploading simplified programs (No. 1 to 4 at once) from SC-510 to SmartMedia and downloading them from
SmartMedia to SC-510 provide you with the availability of simplified programs with more than one sewing machine.
Communication function chart
Data type
Download
Upload
File extension
EPD
(Standard setting)
Files are parameter formatted
(EPD). Be aware that old data
is overwritten with new data at
downloading (all simplified
programs of No. 1 to 4 at
once).
MSP
Various settings and management information data
All simplified programs
(No. 1 to 4 at once)
(Parameter type)
All sewing machine data
PRG
Operation panel
IPOP (expansion)
—
Servomotor
Various control program
data
: Operation panel (IP-100E)
: SmartMedia
: SU-1 (sewing machine data server utility)
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Remark
■ Communication configuration screen
[Standard setting]
1. Press the switch
to call up the data selection screen.
■ Data selection screen
[Standard setting]
2. The illustration above indicates that parameter formatted data (EPD) is selected. (highlighted)
Press the switch corresponding to your selected data type.
Parameter formatted data (EPD) ........................ All simplified program data (No. 1 to 4)
All sewing machine data (MSP) .......................... Various settings and management information data
Operation panel program (PRG) ......................... Operation panel control software (IP-100E)
IPOP program (PRG) .......................................... IPOP control software (SC-510 expansion [IPOP board])
Servomotor program (PRG) ................................ Sewing machine control software (SC-510 main body
[CTL board])
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3. Press the switch
to save the selected contents and call up the previous screen. To delete the selected
contents and call up the previous screen, press the switch .
4. Press the switch
to call up the communication method selection screen.
■ Communication method selection screen
[Standard setting]
5. The illustration above indicates that the method where data is transmitted from SmartMedia to the operation
panel is selected. (highlighted)
Press the switch corresponding to your selected data transmission method.
SmartMedia
SU-1
Operation panel
Operation panel
⇒
⇒
⇒
⇒
Operation panel
Operation panel
SmartMedia
SU-1
6. Press the switch
to save the selected contents and call up the previous screen. To delete the selected
contents and call up the previous screen, press the switch .
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■ Communication configuration screen
The displayed contents vary depending
on settings.
7. Press the switch
or
to select or specify the data number. The displayed contents and operations vary
depending on data type and communication method.
8. Press the switch
after completion of all settings to start communication. During communication, an hourglass appears for parameter formatted data and all sewing machine data, and a percentage (%) bar graph
appears for program data.
Hourglass
0%
10%
100%
Percentage (%) bar graph
9. To upload parameter formatted data after communication, return to the communication configuration screen.
When the display indicates you to turn off the power, do as indicated.
Power OFF indication
(Caution) Never turn off the power during communication. If you turn off the power during communication for any reason, follow the procedure again.
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[1] Upload of simplified program data
Uploading simplified programs (No. 1 to 4 at once) from SC-510 to SmartMedia provides you with the availability
of simplified programs with more than one sewing machine.
The following explains how to copy simplified programs (No. 1 to 4 at once) as data file No. 5 (parameter
formatted data (EPD)) into a SmartMedia card.
1) Select “parameter formatted data (EPD)” on the data selection screen and select “operation panel” ⇒
“SmartMedia” on the communication method selection screen to call up the screen below.
■ Communication configuration screen
2) Press the switch
to call up the data file No. entry screen.
■ Data file No. entry screen
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3) Press the switch
to enter a data file number. Entered number appears at
. After number entry, press
the switch
to return to the communication configuration screen.
4) When there is a data file with a number that is the same number entered into SmartMedia, the screen for
confirming data file overwriting appears as shown below. To permit overwriting, press the switch
to return
to the communication configuration screen. To prohibit overwriting, press the switch
to return to the data
file No. entry screen.
■ Screen for confirming data file overwriting
5) To delete a data file in SmartMedia, press the switch
screen for confirming data file deleting as shown below.
■ Screen for confirming data file deleting
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after entry of the data file number to call up the
6) Press the switch
to delete entered data file number and return to the data file No. entry screen. To stop
deleting and return to the data file No. entry screen, press the switch .
7) For example, the illustration below shows the communication configuration screen with data file No. 5 entered.
■ Communication configuration screen
8) After all settings, press the switch
to start uploading data into SmartMedia. The illustration below appears
during uploading.
9) When the hourglass disappears and the communication configuration screen appears, uploading is completed.
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[2] Download of simplified program data
Downloading simplified programs (No. 1 to 4 at once) from SmartMedia to SC-510 provides you with the availability of simplified programs with more than one sewing machine.
The following explains how to copy simplified programs (No. 1 to 4 at once) for data file No. 5 (parameter
formatted data (EPD)) into a SC-510.
1) Select “parameter formatted data (EPD)” on the data selection screen and select “SmartMedia” ⇒ “operation
panel” on the communication method selection screen to call up the screen below.
■ Communication configuration screen
2) Press the switch
to call up the data file No. entry screen.
■ Data file No. entry screen
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3) Press the switch
to enter a data file number. Entered number appears at
. After number entry, press
to return to the communication configuration screen.
the switch
To delete a data file in SmartMedia, press the switch
after entry of the data file number to call up the
screen for confirming data file deleting as shown below.
■ Screen for confirming data file deleting
4) Press the switch
to delete entered data file number and return to the data file No. entry screen. To stop
deleting and return to the data file No. entry screen, press the switch .
5) For example, the illustration below shows the communication configuration screen with data file No. 5 entered.
6) After all settings, press the switch
page appears during downloading.
to start downloading data into SC-510. The illustration on the previous
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7) When the hourglass disappears and the display indicates you to turn off the power, uploading is completed.
Then, turn off the power.
5. SM format function
Perform formatting of the smart media.
The media formatted with the personal computer or the like may not be used.
When using the media with IP-100E, be sure to perform formatting with IP-100E
■ Smart media format confirmation screen
: Formatting is performed.
Confirm again whether formatting can be performed before pressing the switch
: The screen return to the information screen.
(Caution) When formatting is performed, all data stored in the smart media are deleted. Take the
backup of necessary data beforehand.
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(7) Software upgrade
To upgrade the control program for the control box (SC-510), follow the procedure below. Upgrade operation for
the extension board (IPOP board) and operation panel (IP-100E) is performed in the same manner.
1) First, create the folders configured as shown below in a SmartMedia card and store each control program file
(* PRG) in them.
SmartMedia
PROG
SC510
MT******. PRG
I P******. PRG
MA******. PRG
MT******. PRG
I P******. PRG
MA******. PRG
: Servomotor (SC-510 main body CTL board)
: Operation panel (IP-100E)
: IPOP (SC-510 expansion IPOP board)
2) Turn on the power while pressing the switches
(▲) and
(▼) on the front panel of the control box
simultaneously, and LED 3 circled with dotted line blinks. If LED3 does not blink, try the operation again.
IPOP board
CTL board LED3
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3) The IP-100E operation panel displays the screen as shown below with a beep sound. However, the values
of R-V-L may vary.
to call up the screen as shown below. The operation panel is selected in the state of
4) Press the switch
screen opening (operation panel highlighted). Press the switch
to select the servomotor (SC-510 main
body [CTL board]) (servomotor highlighted).
: Operation panel (IP-100E)
: IPOP (SC-510 expansion [IPOP board])
: Servomotor (SC-510 main body [CTL board])
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5) After selection, press the switch
to close the pop-up screen and the screen below appears. (When a
Smart Media card is not loaded, “E011” error is indicated. In such a case, turn off the power and load a Smart
Media card.) Press the switch
to select a software version (R-V-L) of the servomotor (SC-510 main body
[CTL boar[) to be updated.
6) After selection, press the switch
to start communication (update). A percentage (%) bar graph appears to
indicate how much updating is completed. When the graph indicates 100%, communication is fully completed and the display that indicated you to turn off the power appears
0%
10%
100%
Percentage (%) bar graph
Power OFF indication
7) When the display indicates you to turn off the power, do as indicated.
The procedure above completes the updating operation. To start operation with updated software, turn on the
power again.
To update operation panel (IP-100E) or IPOP (SC-510 expansion [IPOP board]), the procedure is the same, but
replace the target in the steps 4) and 5).
(Caution) Never turn off the power during commnucation. In case that you turn off the power during
commnunication for any reason under the process of updating the servomotor (SC-510 main
body [CTL board]) or IPOP (SC-510 expansion [IPOP board]), the screen used in the step 3)
appears by turning on the power Follow the procedure threafter again. When it happens under
the process of updating the operation panel )IP-100E), operation panel (IP-100E) software is
automatically) selected by turning on the power. Then, press the information
switch to start
communicaton.
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5. CONTROL BOX (SC-510)
(1) Arrangement of connectors
WARNING :
• To prevent personal injury caused by abrupt start of the sewing machine, carry out the work after turning
OFF the power switch and a lapse of 5 minutes or more.
• To prevent damage of device caused by mal-operation and wrong specifications, be sure to connect all
the corresponding connectors to the specified places.
• To prevent personal injury caused by mal-operation, be sure to lock the connector with lock.
• As for the details of handling respective devices, read carefully the Instruction Manuals supplied with the
devices before handling the devices.
Following connectors are prepared when loosening the front cover fixing screws A of SC-510 and opening the
cover. Connect the machine head connectors to the positions corresponding to each other so as to fit the devices
mounted on the machine head.
A
Front cover
A
CN30
Motor signal connector
CN43
Needle bar position detector connector (+12V type)
CN32
Machine head connector
CN33
Needle bar position detector connector (+5V type)
CN36
Machine head solenoid connector
CN37
Presser foot lifter solenoid connector
CN38
CP-160 panel connector
CN40
Signal for extension output connector
CN39
Pedal for standing work connector (PK-70 and the like can be used.)
CN50
Optional output connector
CN51
Optional input connector
CN41
Connector for extension p.c.b.
W1, W2,
W3, W4 Optional jumper pins for changeover of input/output of power source
Check pins for measuring power voltage of +5V, +12V, +24V, VOUT, and GND
W5 to W8 Jumpers for optional input changeover
CN42
Safety switch input
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(2) How to use the standard operation panel
/
switch
:
Used for determining the contents of setting.
When this switch is pressed, flashing stops and the contents of setting
are determined.
/
switch
:
Used for changing the contents of setting.
When this switch is pressed, changeable positions flash on and off.
By pressing the switch, flashing position shifts in the right direction.
switch
:
Used for changing the contents of the selected display (flashing
section).When this switch is pressed, the contents of the display increase.
switch
:
Used for changing the contents of the selected display (flashing section).
When this switch is pressed, the contents of the display decrease.
PATTERN SELECTION display
:
The selected pattern is displayed.
REVERSE STITCHING
AT START display
:
Rendered effective when reverse stitching pattern is selected.
“ ” Without reverse stitching display / “ ” Reverse stitching display/
“ ” Double reverse stitching display
REVERSE STITCHING
AT END display
:
Rendered effective when reverse stitching pattern is selected.
“ ” Without reverse stitching display / “ ” Reverse stitching display/
“ ” Double reverse stitching display
NUMBER OF STITCHES display :
Number of stitches of reverse stitching or overlapped stitching is displayed.
MATERIAL EDGE SENSOR
display
:
Lights up when the material edge sensor setting is selected.
Function setting No. 2
ONE-SHOT AUTOMATIC
STITCHING display
:
Lights up when the one-shot automatic stitching is selected.
Function setting No. 76
AUTOMATIC
THREAD TRIMMING display
:
Lights up when the automatic thread trimming by depressing the front
part of the pedal is selected.
Function setting No. 3
THREAD TRIMMING
PROHIBITION display
:
Lights up when the thread trimming prohibition is selected.
Function setting No. 9
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Operating procedure of the sewing pattern
1. Reverse stitching pattern
Reverse stitching patterns below can be set by using the operation panel.
Reverse stitching patterns that can be set
Reverse stitching
at start display
Sewing pattern
Reverse stitching
at end display
Reverse stitching pattern
Overlapped stitching pattern
⇔
[ Setting procedure of the reverse stitching ]
(1) Hold pressing
/
stitching pattern.
(Every time
reverse stitching
/
switch
switch , and press
to select the reverse
/
switch
is pressed,
pattern/overlapped stitching pat-
tern change over alternately.)
(2) Press
Flash
Shift direction
Flash
Contents of reverse
stitching selection
updating with
swith
/
switch
to make reverse stitching
at start display
flash on and off.
Every time
/
switch
is pressed, the
flashing position shifts in the right direction.
(Caution) The sewing machine does not start in the
flashing state.
(3) Press
switch or
switch and select
the reverse stitching pattern.
Reverse stitching patterns and displays are as follows.
: Reverse stitching
updating with
switch
: Double reverse stitching
: Without reverse stitching
(4) Press
/
switch to make reverse stitching
at end display
flash on and off, and set the pattern in the same way as step (3).
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(5) Press
/
switch
to make number of
stitches display
flash on and off, and set the number of stitches for the respective processes of the
stitching.
(6) Press
switch
or
switch
to change
the number of stitches.
The number of stitches can be changed up to as
many as 15 stitches for the A, B, C, and D processes
respectively.
However, displays are as follows.
10 stitches = A, 11 stitches = b, 12 stitches = c, 13
stitches = d, 14 stitches =E and 15 stitches = F
(7) When the setting of all items has been completed,
press
/
switch
to determine the
contents of the setting. (Flashing stops.)
2. Overlapped stitching pattern
Overlapped stitching patterns below can be set by using the operation panel.
C
A
C
B
B
A : Number of stitches of normal stitching setting
0 to 15 stitches
B : Number of stitches of reverse stitching setting
0 to 15 stitches
C : Number of stitches of normal stitching setting
0 to 15 stitches
D : Number of times of repetition
0 to 9 times
(Caution) When process D is set to 5 times, the sewing is repeated as A → B →C → B → C.
D
Reverse stitching pattern
Overlapped stitching pattern
⇔
[Setting procedure of the overlapped stitching]
(1) Hold pressing
/
switch , and press
/
switch
to select the overlapped
stitching pattern.
(Every time
/
switch
is pressed,
reverse stitching pattern/overlapped stitching pattern
change over alternately.)
(2) The number of stitches for process A becomes in
flashing state.
(3) Every time
/
switch
is pressed, the
flashing position shifts in the right direction and the
display of the process where setting can be changed
flashes on and off.
(4) Press
switch or
switch to change
the number of stitches.
(5) When the setting of all processes has been completed,
press
/
switch
to determine the
contents of the setting. (Flashing stops.)
(Caution) When the overlapped stitching is selected,
the automatic operation display flashes on
and off. It is not possible to release the
automatic operation.
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3. Special setting
For material end sensor function, automatic thread trimming function, one-shot automatic stitching function and
thread trimming prohibition function which are displayed in the front panel, it is possible to change the set value by
directly moving to the function setting mode while the power is turned ON in addition to the normal function setting
procedure.
[ Moving procedure to the function setting mode ]
(1) Hold pressing
/
switch , and press
switch
to move to the function setting
mode.
(Caution) Function setting No. 2 is displayed immediately after the changeover.
(2) When returning to the normal mode, press
/
switch
and determine the contents of the
setting.
1) Material end sensor function setting (Function setting No. 2)
It is rendered effective when connecting the optional
material end sensor.
It is possible to change the set value with
switch
or
switch .
0 : Material end sensor function is prohibited.
1 : Material end sensor function is effective.
When “1” is selected, material end
sensor display lights up when the
a
mode has returned to the normal
one.
2) Thread trimming operation after material end stop
setting (Function setting No. 3)
Press
/
switch
to advance to the
function setting No. 3.
It is possible to change the set value with
switch
or
switch .
0 : Material end stop
1 : Automatic thread trimming after detection of
material end
When “1” is selected, the automatic thread trimming display
a
lights up when the mode is returned to the normal one.
3) Number of stitches to stop the sewing machine after
detection of material end setting (Function setting
No. 4)
Press
/
switch
to advance to the
function setting No. 4.
It is possible to change the set value with
switch
or
switch .
Specified number of stitches : 0 to 19 stitches
(Caution) When the specified number of stitches is
insufficient, there is a case where the sewing machine cannot stop within the specified number of stitches depending on the
speed of rotation of the sewing machine.
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4) One-shot automatic stitching setting function (Function setting No. 76)
Press
/
switch
to advance to the
function setting No. 76.
It is possible to change the set value with
switch
or
switch .
0 : Pedal designated speed is prior.
1 : Automatic operation
(Caution) 1. It is rendered effective when the material end sensor function is set.
It is not possible to prohibit the oneshot
operation at the time of the overlapped
stitching operation.
2. Speed of rotation is the speed set at the
function setting No. 38.
When “1” is selected, the oneshot
automatic
stitching display lights
a
up when the mode is returned to
the normal one.
5) Thread trimming prohibition function setting (Function setting No. 9)
Thread trimming operation at normal stitching and
overlapped stitching can be prohibited by selecting
the thread trimming prohibition.
Press
/
switch
to advance to the
function setting No. 9.
It is possible to change the set value with
switch
or
switch .
0 : Thread trimming is effective.
1 : Thread trimming is prohibited.
When “1” is selected, the thread
trimming prohibition display lights
a
up when the mode is returned to
the normal one.
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(3) Setting for functions of SC-510
Functions can be selected and specified by means of the four setting switches and light emitting diode located
inside the front cover of the SC-510.
There are two modes of the user’s level (indicated as U) and the service level (indicated as S) in the function setting
modes.
How to change over to the function setting mode
Specified No.
Switch for entering specified value changed and
updating setting No. in DOWN direction (SET–)
Switch for entering specified value changed and
updating setting No. in UP direction (SET+)
Specified value
Down switch (DOWN)
Up switch (UP)
(Caution) 1. Do not perform switch operations other than those described in the following explanations.
2. Be sure to re-turn the power switch ON after one second or more has passed. If the power is
turned ON immediately after turning it OFF, the sewing machine may not work normally.
In this case, turn ON the power again.
[ How to change over to the function setting mode ]
1. Changing over to the user’s mode
(1) Turn OFF the power to the unit.
(2) Pressing switch , turn ON the power to the unit.
2. Changing over to the service mode
(1) Turn OFF the power to the unit.
(2) Pressing switch , turn ON the power to the unit.
(3) Keep pressing switch
for three seconds even
when the indication is shown on the display.
(4) The service mode starts when the buzzer has
sounded two times.
3. Indication ,
will be shown on the display. (If the
indication fails to change, re-perform the procedures
(1) and (2).
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4. When you want to advance the setting No., press
switch
to advance the setting No.
When you want to return the setting No., press switch
to return the setting No.
(Caution)
1. When switch
(switch ) is held pressing,
the setting No. will return (will advance) continuously.
2. When the setting No. is advanced (returned),
the contents which are before by one (after by
one) will be determined.
So, be careful when changing the contents (up/
down switch is touched).
Specified No.
EXAMPLE) CHANGING THE FLICKER REDUCING
FUNCTION (SETTING No. 5)
Press switch
five times to set the setting No. to “5”.
Existing set value is displayed in LED . (Standard is
“0”.) Press switch
three times to change to “3”.
(Caution) Keep pressing switch
or switch , and
the setting value can be changed continuously.
5. When the change has been completed, press switch
or
to specify the changed value.
(Caution)
1. When turning OFF the power before performing this work, the contents which have been
changed are not updated.
2. Press switch
, and screen display will
change to the contents of the setting No. which
is before by one.
3. Press switch
, and screen display will
change to the contents of next setting No. After completing the operation, turn OFF the
power and turn ON the power again to return
to the normal operation.
After completing the operation, turn OFF the power and
turn ON the power again to return to the normal
* When simultaneously pressing
switch
and
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switch
, the value returns to the initial value.
(4) Function setting list (Start level ; U : User’s mode, S : Service mode)
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
∗
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
∗
Item
Soft start
function
Description
The number of stitches to be sewn at a low speed when the
soft-start function is used at the start of sewing.
0 : Soft-start function is not operative.
Start level
Setting range
U
0 to 9
(Stitches)
Material end
Material end sensor function (used in case of without panel).
sensor function
0 : Material end detection function is not operative.
1 : After detecting material end, the specified number of
stitches (No. 4) will be sewn, and the sewing machine
will stop.
U
Thread trimming Thread trimming function by material end sensor (used in
function by
case of without panel).
material end
0 : Automatic thread trimming function after detection of
sensor
material end is not operative.
1 : After detecting material end, the specified number of
stitches (No. 4) will be sewn, and the sewing machine
will stop and perform automatic thread trimming.
U
Number of
stitches for
material end
sensor
Number of stitches for material end sensor (used in case of
without panel).
Number of stitches from detection of material end to stop of
the sewing machine.
U
Flicker
reducing
function
Flicker reducing function (If the hand lamp flickers).
0 : Flicker reducing function is not operative.
1 : Less effective / 3 : Highly effective
U
Bobbin thread
counting
function
Bobbin thread counting function
0 : Bobbin thread counting function is not operative.
1 : Bobbin thread counting function is operative.
U
0
0/1
64
0
0/1
64
3
U
Number of
rotation of
reverse feed
stitching
Sewing speed of reverse feed stitching
U
Thread
trimming
prohibiting
function
Thread trimming prohibiting function (used in case of without
panel).
0 : Thread trimming prohibiting function is not operative.
1 : Thread trimming is prohibited.
(Output of solenoid is prohibited. : Thread trimmer and wiper)
U
U
Click sound
of key switch
mounted on
PSC
U
Optional input/ Changeover of optional switch.
output setting
U
Function of
Function of prohibiting start of the sewing machine by bobbin
prohibiting start thread counting
of the sewing
0 : When counting is out (-1 or less) Function of prohibiting
machine by
start of the sewing machine is not operative.
bobbin threas
1 : When counting is out (-1 or less) Function of prohibiting
counter
start of the sewing machine after thread trimming is operative.
2 : When counting is out (-1 or less), the sewing machine
stops once. Function of prohibiting start of the sewing
machine after thread trimming is operative.
U
Sewing counter Counting function of sewing (number of completion of process)
0 : Sewing counter function is not operative.
1 : Sewing counter function is operative.
(for every thread trimming)
2: Sewing counter SW input function is operative. (IP-100)
U
0
0 to 19
(Stitches)
64
4
5
5
0
6
1
7
0
0 to 3
64
0/1
64
0 to 2
150 to 3000
(rpm)
8
1
9
0
0
0/1
64
9
Setting of
Position of needle bar is specified when the sewing machine
needle bar
stops.
stop position
0 : Predetermined lowest position
when the
1 : Predetermined highest position
sewing
machine stops.
Click sound of key switch mounted on PSC is specified.
0 : Click is not operative.
1 : Click is operative.
64
1
2
Unit of bobbin Unit of bobbin thread counting down
thread
0 : Count/10 stitches
counting down
1 : Count/15 stitches
2 : Count/20 stitches
Ref.
page
Indication of function setting
0
0/1
64
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
0
1
3
0
1
4
1
0/1
64
65
0 to 2
0 to 2
68
Do not change the set values with asterisk (*) mark as they are functions for maintenance. If the standard set value set at the time
of delivery is changed, it is in danger of causing the machine to be broken or the performance to be deteriorated.
(Descriptions of setting in this list are the standard values at the time of delivery.)
However, contents of function setting are subject to change for improvement of function and performance without notice.
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(Start level ; U : User’s mode, S : Service mode)
No.
15
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
29
30
31
32
33
∗
35
∗
Item
Description
Function of
Function of reverse feed stitching switch is set.
reverse feed
0 : Normal BTsw
stitching swotch
1 : Level input wrapper control and presser synchronizing control
2 : Level input wrapper control
3 : Alternate input wrapper control
Start level
Setting range
S
0 to 3
Function of
Function of alternate vertical dial of LU series is selected.
alternate
0 : Invalid
vertical amount
1 : Analog input (analog optional input)
input
2 : Digital input (digital input 2 input)
Reversing
brake start
angle
Stop brake start angle of reverse revolution to lift needle input
(Rsw) is set.
0 : UP detection missed
68
1
5
0
1
8
0
0 to 359
(degree)
1
9
0 to 500
(ms)
2
0
2
1
0/1/2
S
Altemate
Output start delay time of alternate presser output signal of LH
vertical amount series is set.
output delay
time
S
Function of
Function of lifting presser foot when the pedal is in neutral position.
neutral presser
0 : Function of neutral automatic presser lifting is not operative.
lifting
1 : Selection of function of neutral presser lifting.
U
Function of
Function of needle up/down compensating switch on the
changeover of operation panel can be changed.
compensating
0 : Needle up/down compensation
switch on the
1 : One stitch compensation
operation
panel function
U
Function of
input of
presser for
standing work
Motion of switch for presser of pedal for standing work is set.
0 : Normal presser motion (FLsw)
1 : Alternate motion of input of normal presser
2 : Alternate vertical switch (DLsw) function
3 : Alternate motion of alternate vertical switch (DLsw)
4 : Level input wrapper control and presser synchronizing control
5 : Level input wrapper control
6 : Alternate input wrapper control
U
Thread
trimming
motion
condition
This function sets the thread trimming motion after DOWN
position has been off by turning handwheel by hand.
0 : Thread trimming after turning handwheel by hand is permitted.
1 : Thread trimming after turning handwheel by hand is prohibited.
U
68
68
Function of reverse feed stitching on the way
0 : Function of reverse stitching on the way is not operative.
1 : Function of reverse feed stitching on the way is operative.
U
Number of
stitches of
reverse feed
stitching on
the way
Number of stitches of reverse feed stitching on the way.
U
Effective
Effective condition of reverse feed stitching on the way
condtion of
0 : Function is not operative when the sewing machine stops.
reverse feed
1 : Function is operative when the sewing machine stops.
stitching on the
way when the
sewing machine
is stopping.
U
Thread trimming Thread trimming function by reverse feed stitching on the way
function by
0 : Automatic thread trimming function after completion of
reverse feed
reverse feed stitching on the way is not operative.
stitching on the
1 : Automatic thread trimming after completion of reverse
way
feed stitching on the way is performed.
U
Number of
rotation at a
low speed
U
9
1
0
68
0
0/1
68
2
0
0 to 6
69
4
2
0/1
69
2
Function of
reverse feed
stitching on
the way
5
0/1
2
U
3
68
2
Suction time of This function sets the suction motion time of the back-tack
the first start of solenoid.
the back
50 ms to 500 ms
solenoid
Lowest speed by pedal
Ref.
page
Indication of function setting
50 to 500
(ms)
5
1
69
2
9
3
0
2
5
0
0/1
0 to 19
(Stitches)
69
0
69
3
1
4
0/1
69
3
2
0
0/1
150 to 250
(rpm)
69
3
3
3
5
0
2
0
0
Do not change the set values with asterisk (*) mark as they are functions for maintenance. If the standard set value set at the time
of delivery is changed, it is in danger of causing the machine to be broken or the performance to be deteriorated.
(Descriptions of setting in this list are the standard values at the time of delivery.)
However, contents of function setting are subject to change for improvement of function and performance without notice.
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(Start level ; U : User’s mode, S : Service mode)
No.
Setting range
Number of
20 Number of rotation at the time of thread trimming is set.
rotation of
(This setting is prior even when number of rotation is lower
thread trimming than the lowest speed by pedal of No. 35.)
S
100 to 250
5 (rpm)
3
6
1
0
0
37
Number of
rotation of
soft start
Sewing speed at the start of sewing (soft-start)(The max. value
depends on the number of rotation of the sewing machine head.)
U
100 to MAX
(rpm)
3
7
8
0
0
38
One-shot
speed
One-shot speed (The max. value depends on the number of
rotation of the sewing machine head.)
U
150 to MAX
(rpm)
3
8
5
0
0
Pedal stroke
at the start of
rotation
Position where the sewing machine starts rotating from pedal
neutral position (Pedal stroke)
U
10 to 50
(0.1mm)
3
9
3
0
Low speed
section of
pedal
Position where the sewing machine starts accelerating from
pedal neutral position (Pedal stroke)
U
10 to 100
(0.1mm)
4
0
6
0
Starting
position of
lifting presser
foot by pedal
Position where the cloth presser starts lifting from pedal neutral
position (Pedal stroke)
U
4
1
2
1
Sarting
position of
lowening
presser foot
Starting position of lowering presser foot
Stroke from the neutral position
U
8 to 50
(0.1mm)
4
2
1
0
-60 to -10
(0.1mm)
4
3
5
1
4
4
5
0
4
5
0
4
6
0
4
7
4
8
4
9
5
0
39
40
41
∗
42
∗
43
∗
44
U
Pedal stroke
Position where the sewing machine reaches its highest sewing
for reaching the speed from pedal neutral position (Pedal stroke)
maximum
number of
rotation
U
Compensation Compensation value of the pedal sensor
of neutral point
of the pedal
U
Auto-lifter
Auto-lifter selection
slecting function
0 : Solenoid drive system
1 : Pneumatic drive system
S
47
Holding time of
lifting auto-lifter
U
10 to 600
48
Pedal stroke 1 Position where thread trimming starts from pedal neutral position
for starting
(Standard pedal) (Pedal stroke)
thread trimming
U
-60 to -10
(0.1mm)
49
Foot lifter
lowering time
Foot lifter’s lowering time since depressing the pedal
U
0 to 250
50
Pedal presser
lifting function
PFL type of pedal type is set
0 : OFF
1 : ON
S
0/1
45
∗
46
51
52
53
∗
-60 to -10
(0.1mm)j
Pedal stroke 2 Position 2 where the thread trimming starts from pedal neutral
for starting
position (When the function of lifting presser foot by pedal is
thread trimming provided.) (Pedal stroke)
∗
∗
Description
Ref.
page
Start level
36
Item
Limitation time of waiting for lifting solenoid type auto-lifter
device
Compensation of Compensation of starting the solenoid for reverse feed stitching
solenoid-on
when reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing is performed.
trimming of reverse
feed stitching at
the start of sewing
U
Compensation of Compensation of releasing the solenoid for reverse feed stitching
solenoid-off
when reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing is performed.
trimming of reverse
feed stitching at
the start of sewing
U
Compensation of Compensation of releasing the solenoid for reverse feed stitching
solenoid-off
when reverse feed stitching at the end of sewing is performed.
trimming of reverse
feed stitching at
the end of sewing
U
10 to 150
(0.1mm)
Indication of function setting
70
64
70
2
–
–
1
-15 to 15
0/1
70
–
1
6
0
3
5
4
0
(ms)
71
0
-36 to 36
(10°)
71
5
1
1
0
-36 to 36
(10°)
-36 to 36
(10°)
71
71
5
2
1
5
3
1
6
71
8
Do not change the set values with asterisk (*) mark as they are functions for maintenance. If the standard set value set at the time
of delivery is changed, it is in danger of causing the machine to be broken or the performance to be deteriorated.
(Descriptions of setting in this list are the standard values at the time of delivery.)
However, contents of function setting are subject to change for improvement of function and performance without notice.
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(Start level ; U : User’s mode, S : Service mode)
No.
54
Start level
Setting range
S
50.0 to 140.0
5 (mm)j
Effective diameter of pulley to be used for motor is set.
Foot lift after
thread
trimming
Function of lifting presser foot at the time of (after) thread trimming
0 : Not provided with the function of lifting presser foot after
thread trimming
1 : Provided with the function of lifting presser foot automatically
after thread trimming
U
Bobbin thread
remaining
amount
detection
function
Function of reverse revolution to lift the needle at the time of
(after) thread trimming
0 : Not provided with the function of reverse revolution to lift
the needle after thread trimming
1 : Provided with the function of reverse revolution to lift the
needle after thread trimming
U
57
Function of
bobbin thread
remaining
amount
detection
Function of bobbin thread remaining amount detection device
is set.
0 : Invalid
1 to : Valid function is selected.
S
0 to
58
Function of
Function of holding predetermined upper/lower position of the
holding
needle bar
predetermined
0 : Not provided with the function of holding predetermined
upper/lower
upper/lower position of the needle bar
position of the
1 : Provided with the function of holding predetermined upper/
needle bar
lower position of the needle bar (holding force is weak.)
2 : Provided with the function of holding predetermined upper/
lower position of the needle bar (holding force is medium.)
3 : Provided with the function of holding predetermined upper/
lower position of the needle bar (holding force is strong.)
U
0 to 3
Function of
This function can specify the sewing speed of reverse feed
Auto/Manual
stitching at the start of sewing.
changeover
0 : The speed will depend on the manual operation by pedal,
of reverse feed
etc.
stitching at the
1 : The speed will depend on the specified reverse feed
start of sewing
stitching speed (No. 8).
U
Function of stop Function at the time of completion of reverse feed stitching
immediately
at the start of sewing
after reverse
0 : Not provided with the function of temporary stop of the
feed atitching
sewing machine at the time of completion of reverse feed
at the start of
stitching at the start of sewing
sewing
1 : Provided with the function of temporary stop of the sewing
machine at the time of completion of reverse feed stitching
at the start of sewing.
U
Bobbin thread Air blow output time when thread trimming with bobbin thread
remaining
remaining amount detection device is set.
amount detection
air blow output
time
S
63
Tie stitch
adjustment
function
S
64
Change-over
Initial speed when starting reverse feed stitching at the sewing
speed of EBT end
(end bak tack)
U
Selection of
Selection of thread trimmer or additional device (UT or the like)
thread trimmer
TrM : Thread trimming function
and additional
UT1 : Additional device 1
deveice function
UT2 : Additional device 2
S
66
Simplified
Setting of simplified program is performed.
program setting
S
67
Auto hemmer
control
changeover
S
56
59
60
61
65
∗
Description
Motor pulley
effective
diameter
55
∗
Item
Stop time of respective corners of start, end and overlapped
stitching is set.
Selection of auto hemmer control is performed.
0 : Control 1
1 : Control 2
Ref.
page
Indication of function setting
72
5
4
5
0
0
0/1
72
5
5
1
0/1
72
5
6
0
5
7
0
72
72
5
8
0
0/1
73
5
9
1
0/1
73
6
0
0
0 to 2000
(ms)
73
6
1
0 to 1000
(ms)
6
3
0 to 250
(rpm)
6
4
5
1
0
0
1
0
8
0
73
73
6
5
6
6
6
7
P
F
U
r
o
n
77
0/1
77
0
Do not change the set values with asterisk (*) mark as they are functions for maintenance. If the standard set value set at the time
of delivery is changed, it is in danger of causing the machine to be broken or the performance to be deteriorated.
(Descriptions of setting in this list are the standard values at the time of delivery.)
However, contents of function setting are subject to change for improvement of function and performance without notice.
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(Start level ; U : User’s mode, S : Service mode)
No.
68
69
70
72
73
74
∗
75
76
∗
84
85
86
87
Item
Description
Start level
Setting range
Prohibition of Start of sewing machine is prohibited at the time of auto hemmer
start with
control without cloth
material end
0 : Invalid
sensor of auto
1 : Prohibited
hemmer control
S
0/1
Selection of
Speed after detection of material end sensor of auto hemmer
speed control control is set.
method after
0 : Depressing amount of pedal
detection of
1 : Set speed (motion at the set speed of No. 38)
material end
sensor of auto
hemmer control
S
Number of
Number of stitches which makes invalid material end sensor
stitches of
detection with auto hemmer control is set.
invalid material
end sensor
auto hemmer
control
S
Clutch motor
function
Clutch motor control type is selected.
0 : OFF
1 : ON
S
Retry function
This function is used when needle cannot pierce materials .
0 : Normal
1 : Retry function is provided.
U
Rotating
derection of
motor
U
One-shot
One-shot automatic stitching up to end of material is performed.
function up to (Used in case of without panel)
end of material
0 : Without one-shot function
1 : With one-shot function
U
Presser lifter
Suction motion time of presser lifter solenoid
solenoid initial
50 to 500 ms
motion suction
time
U
Reverse feed Holding time of start speed of reverse feed stitching at the
stitching at the endo of sewing is set.
end of sewing
start time
S
Waiting time of Delay time from UP stop to start of reverse revolution at the
start of reverse
time of control of reverse revolution to lift needle is set.
revolution to lift
needle
S
Function of
pedal curve
selection
U
Pedal curve is selected. (Improving pedal inching operation)
0
77
6
U
8
0/1
0 to 500
(0.5 stitches)
Ref.
page
77
6
With/without
This function sets with or without the MF thread trimming device
MF thread
0 : Without
trimming device
1 : With
Normal rotating direction of motor
0 : Clockwise
1 : Counterclockwise
Indication of function setting
9
0
77
7
0
0
7
2
0
7
3
1
7
4
1
7
5
1
7
6
0
8
4
8
8
0/1
77
0/1
78
0/1
78
0/1
0/1
50 to 500
(ms)
0 to 250
10 (ms)
0 to 250
10 (ms)
78
5
0
5
1
0
6
1
0
2
78
78
0/1/2
78
2
Number of rotations
(rpm)
0
8
7
0
8
9
0
1
Pedal stroke
(mm)
∗
89
90
∗
Tension
release
function
It is effective in combination with the machine head provided
with tension release function.
0 : Tension release function is ineffective.
1 : Tension release function is effective.
U
Initial UP stop
position move
function
Automatic UP stop function is set immediately after turning
ON the power.
0 : OFF
1 : ON
S
0/1
0/1
78
9
0
0
Do not change the set values with asterisk (*) mark as they are functions for maintenance. If the standard set value set at the time
of delivery is changed, it is in danger of causing the machine to be broken or the performance to be deteriorated.
(Descriptions of setting in this list are the standard values at the time of delivery.)
However, contents of function setting are subject to change for improvement of function and performance without notice.
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(Start level ; U : User’s mode, S : Service mode)
No.
∗
91
92
93
94
95
96
100
101
∗
Item
Description
Start level
Setting range
Function
Function of compensating stitching when turning handwheel
prohibiting
by hand at the time of completion of constant-dimension stitching
compensation
0 : Function of compensating stitching is effective.
operation after
1 : Function of compensating stitching is prohibited.
turning
handwhwwl by
hand
U
0/1
Function of
Function to reduce speed at the time of completion of reverse
reducing speed feed stitching at the start of sewing.
of reverse feed
0 : Speed is not reduced.
stitching at the
1 : Speed is reduced.
start of sewing
U
Function added
to needle up/
down
compensating
switch
Operation of needle up/down compensating switch is changed
after turning ON the power or thread trimming.
0 : Normal (needle up/down compensating stitching only)
1 : One stitch compensating stitching is performed only when
aforementioned changeover is made. (Upper stop / upper
stop)
U
Test display
mode
Display function of input data is set.
0 : OFF
1 : ON
S
9
S
Setting of max. Max. number of rotation of the sewing machine head can be set.
number of
* Setting varies in accordance with resistance pack to be
rotation of the
connected.
sewing
machine head
U
2-pitch output You can enable or disable 2-pitch output during reverse stitching
during reverse at the start/end of sewing.
stitching at
0: Disabled
start/end of
1: Enabled
sewing
U
2-pitch inverse You can enable or disable 2-pitch inverse output in response to
output during alternate vertical output.
alternate
0: Disabled
vertical output
1: Enabled
U
1
1
0/1
79
9
Selection of the This function sets the machine head used.
sewing
For the details, refer to the data, which are separately described
machine head on the sheet of Selecting procedure of the machine head
with SC-510 (40027864).
Ref.
page
Indication of function setting
0
2
0/1
79
9
3
0
9
4
0
9
5
0/1
79
150 to MAX
(rpm)
79
4
0
0
0
9
6
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0/1
0/1
Do not change the set values with asterisk (*) mark as they are functions for maintenance. If the standard set value set at the time
of delivery is changed, it is in danger of causing the machine to be broken or the performance to be deteriorated.
(Descriptions of setting in this list are the standard values at the time of delivery.)
However, contents of function setting are subject to change for improvement of function and performance without notice.
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(5)Detailed explanation of selection of functions
1 Selection of the soft-start function (Function setting No. 1)
The needle thread may fail to interlace with the bobbin thread at the start of sewing when the stitching pitch
(stitch length) is small or a thick needle is used. To solve such problem, this function (called “soft-start”) is used
to limit the sewing speed, thereby assuring successful formation of the starting stitches.
0 : The function is not selected.
1
0
1 to 9 : The number of stitches to be sewn under the soft-start mode.
The sewing speed limited by the soft-start function can be changed. (Function setting No. 37)
Data setting range
3 7
8 0 0
100 to MAX rpm <50 rpm>
2 Material end sensor (ED : optional) function (Function setting No. 2 to 4)
This function is possible when the material end sensor (ED) is attached.
As for the details, refer to the instruction manual for the material end sensor.
(Caution) Setting will be invalid when the material end sensor is not attached, or CP-160 is connected.
3 Flicker reducing function (Function setting No. 5)
The function reduces flickering of the hand lamp at the start of sewing. The higher the set value increases, the
more effective the function will work.
Setting range
5
0
0 to 3
0 : Flicker reducing function does not work. to 3 : Flickering is effectively reduced.
(Caution) The more effective the flicker reducing function works (the more the set value is made), the
lower the start-up speed of the sewing machine will become.
4 Bobbin thread counting function (Function setting No. 6)
When the control panel (CP-160) is used, the function subtracts from the predetermined value and indicates the
used amount of bobbin thread.
For the details, refer to the instruction manual for the control panel.
(Caution) If “0” is set, the LCD indication on the control panel will go out and the bobbin thread counting function will be invalid.
5 Thread trimming prohibiting function (Function setting No. 9)
This function turns OFF thread trimming solenoid output and wiper solenoid output when thread trimming is
actuated. [If the control panel (CP-160) is used with the sewing machine, this function will work in accordance
with the function setting on the control panel.]
By this function, separate sewing material can be spliced and sewn without trimming thread.
0 : off Thread trimming is operative. (thread can be trimmed).
9
0
1 : on Thread trimming is inoperative. (thread can not be trimmed).
6 Setting of the needle bar stop position when the sewing machine stops (Function setting No. 10)
The position of the needle bar when the pedal is in its neutral position is specified.
0 : Down The needle bar stops in the lowest position of its stroke.
1 0
0
1 : Up
The needle bar stops in the highest position of its stroke.
(Caution) If the stop position of the needle bar is set to the highest position, the thread trimming action
will be taken after the needle bar comes down once to the lowest position.
7 Sound of click of the key switch mounted on the PSC box (Function setting No. 11)
This function selects whether the sound is effective or ineffective when operating the four key switches mounted
on the PSC box.
0 : off The sound of click is ineffective.
1 1
1
1 : on The sound of click is effective.
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8 Selection of the optional input/output function (Function setting No. 12)
Operation keys array
9
9
1
2
O P T
0
0
E n
0
o
u
T
*
*
*
<?
Optional input 1 to
8 are displayed
0
8
9
1
1
<?
1
n
1
9
9
i
d
*
*
*
Optional input 1 to
8 are displayed
8
1. Select function No. 12 with the operating procedures described in the
item of how to change over the function setting mode (1) to (4).
Select the items of “End”, “in” and “ouT” with keys
and .
[When “in” is selected]
The port Nos. are displayed in the left 3 digits. Designate the input port with
key
or . Designate the function of input port with key
or .
The function code and the abbreviation are alternately displayed in the 4digit LED.(For the relation between signal input No. and connector pin array,
refer to the separate list.)
[When “ouT” is selected]
The port Nos. are displayed in the left 3 digits. Designate the output port with
or . Designate the function of output port with key
or .
key
The function code and the abbreviation are alternately displayed in the 4digit LED. (For the relation between signal input No. and connector pin array,
refer to the separate list.)
(Caution) Note that the voltage used in output function should not exceed the voltage set with W1 and
W2.
* Example) Setting the thread trimming function to the optional input port 1
1. Select function No. 12 with the operating procedures described in the
item of how to change over the function setting mode (1) to (4).
2. Select the item of “in” with keys
and .
1
2
O
P
9
0
0
i
n
9
0
1
n
o
9
0
1
T
S W
p
3. Select the port of 901 with key
.
4. Select the thread trimming function, “TSW” with keys
L
0
1
o
p
i
n
8. Finish the optional input with key
n
d
9. Select the item of “End” with keys
setting mode.
[\
0
2
9
0
0
4
n
E
.
6. Set ACTIVE of the signal with keys
and .
Set the display to “L” when the signal is “Low” and performing thread
trimming, and set the display to “H” when the signal is “High” and performing thread trimming.
7. Determine the aforementioned function with key .
4
L
H
9
.
4
5. Determine the thread trimming function, “TSW” with key
9
and
[\
Lighting alternately
T
.
and
to return to the function
* For the other optional function, it is possible to program simple input/output sequence control.
– 65 –
Input function list
Function Abbreviation
code
0
nop
1
HS
Function item
Remarks
No function
Needle up / down compensating
stitching
2
bHS
Back compensating stitching
3
Ebt
4
5
6
TSW
FL
oHS
Function of canceling once reverse
feed stitching at the end of sewing
Thread trimming function
Presser foot lifting function
One stitch compensating stitching
7
SEbt
8
PnFL
9
10
Ed
LinH
11
TinH
12
13
14
15
LSSW
HSSW
USW
rSW
16
17
18
SFSW
MES
AUbT
19
vErT
20
vSW
21
22
23
2PiT
2PSW
0SSW
Function of cancel of reverse feed
stitching at start/end
Presser lifting function when pedal
is neutral
Material edge sensor input
Function of prohibiting depressing
front part of pedal
Function of prohibiting thread
trimming output
Low speed command input
High speed command input
Needle lifting function
Reverse revolution to lift needle
function
Safety switch input
Thread trimmer knife sensor input
Cancel of automatic reverse feed
stitching/input of addition switch
Alternate vertical amount change
panel switch input
Alternate vertical amount change
knee switch input
2-pitch alternate input
2-pitch momentary switch input
One-shot speed command switch input
(Standard setting)
Every time the switch is pressed, normal feed stitching by half
stitch is performed. (Same operation as that of up / down
compensating stitching switch on the panel.)
Reverse feed stitching is performed at low speed while the
switch is held pressing. (It is effective only when constant
dimension sewing pattern is selected with the CP-160.)
By depressing the back part of the pedal after pressing the
switch, operation of reverse feed stitching is canceled once.
This function is actuated as the thread trimming switch.
This function is actuated as the foot lifter switch.
Every time the switch is pressed, one stitch stitching
operation is executed.
By operating the optional switch, ineffective/effective can be
alternately changed over.
Every time the switch is pressed, the function whether
automatically lifting the presser foot when the pedal is neutral
or not can be selected.
This function works as the input signal of material edge sensor.
Rotation by pedal is prohibited.
Output of thread trimming is prohibited.
This function works as low speed switch for standing sewing machine.
This function works as high speed switch for standing sewing machine.
UP stop motion is performed when switch is pressed duringDOWN stop.
Brake stop motion by reverse revolution is performed at specified
angle when switch is pressed during DOWN stop
Rotation is prohibited.
This function works as input signal of thread trimmer knife sensor.
Every time the switch is pressed, cancel or addition of reverse
feed stitching at start or end is performed.
Every time the switch is pressed, alternate vertical amount
change output is inversed.
Alternate vertical amount change output is performed as long
as the switch is pressed.
Two-pitch output is reversed every time the SW is pressed.
Two-pitch output is enabled during the SW is pressed.
The one-shot speed command is enabled during SW is pressed.
Output function list
Function Abbreviation
Function item
code
0
nop
No function
1
TrM
Thread trimming output
2
WP
Thread wiper output
3
TL
Thread release output
4
FL
Presser lifter output
5
bT
Reverse feed stitching output
6
Ebt
EBT cancel monitor output
7
SEbt
8
AUbt
9
vErT
10
11
SSTA
2PiT
Remarks
Reverse feed stitching at start/
end cancel monitor output
Automatic reverse feed stitching
cancel/addition monitor output
Alternate vertical amount change
(monitor) output
Sewing machine stop state output
2-pich output
(Standard setting) *
Output of thread trimming signal *
Output of thread wiper signal *
Output of thread release signal *
Output of presser lifting signal *
Output of reverse feed stitching signal *
State of one time cancel of reverse feed stitching at end
function is output.
State of cancel of reverse feed stitching at start/end is output.
State of cancel or addition of automatic reverse feed stitching
is output.
Output of alternate vertical amount change signal
Sewing machine stop state is output.
2-pitch signal output is enabled.
* Magnet output does not work when they are used as optional.
(Caution) Note that the voltage used in output function should not exceed the voltage set with W1 and W2.
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CN50
(Output)
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
CN51
(Input)
1
2
3
4
3
2
1
4
4
3
2
1
GND
Input/output signal
Voltage
Input connector
Connector No.
Pin No.
7-segment
disply No.
Function
CN51-1
1
Vcc4 *1
Power voltage selected with W4
2
901
Optional input 1
3
902
Optional input 2
4
–
GND
1
Vcc4 *1
Power voltage selected with W4
2
903
Optional input 3
3
904
Optional input 4
4
–
GND
1
Vcc3 *1
Power voltage selected with W3
2
905
Optional input 5
3
906
Optional input 6
4
–
GND
1
Vcc3 *1
Power voltage selected with W3
2
907
Optional input 7
3
908
Optional input 8
4
–
GND
CN51-2
CN51-3
CN51-4
Jumper for power
voltage setting
W4
Vcc4 selects +5V, +12V
and +24V with the setting
of W4.
“+5 V” is selected at shipment.
W3
Vcc3 selects +5V, +12V
and +24V with the setting
of W3.
“+5 V” is selected at shipment.
(Caution) 1. Note that the input voltage should not exceed +5V.
2. *1 is not displayed on the 7 segment LED.
Output connector
Connector No.
Pin No.
7-segment
disply No.
Function
CN50-1
1
Vcc1 *1
Power voltage selected with W1
2
911
Optional output 1
3
912
Optional output 2
4
–
GND
1
Vcc1 *1
Power voltage selected with W4
2
913
Optional output 3
3
914
Optional output 4
4
–
GND
1
Vcc2 *1
Power voltage selected with W2
2
915
Optional output 5
3
916
Optional output 6
4
–
GND
1
Vcc2 *1
Power voltage selected with W2
2
917
Optional output 7
3
918
Optional output 8
4
–
GND
CN50-2
CN50-3
CN50-4
Jumper for power
voltage setting
W1
Vcc1 selects +5V, +12V
and +24V with the setting
of W1.
“+5 V” is selected at shipment.
W2
Vcc2 selects +5V, +12V
and +24V with the setting
of W2.
“+5 V” is selected at shipment.
(Caution) 1. Note that the voltage used in output function should not exceed the voltage set with W1 and W2.
2. *1 is not displayed on the 7 segment LED.
– 67 –
9 Sewing counting function (Function setting No. 14)
The function counts up every time thread trimming is completed and counts the number of completion of the
sewing process.
This can be realized together with the CP-160 (IP-100) control panel. Refer to the explanation of the control
panel.
0 : off
Sewing counting function is inoperative.
1 4
1
1 : on
Sewing counter function is operative (for every thread trimming)
2 : on
External sewing counter SW input (IP-100)
0 Function of reverse feed stitching switch (Function setting No. 15)
Function of reverse feed stitching switch is selected.
0 : Reverse feed stitching function of normal operation used with lockstitch
1 5
0
machine, and the like
1 : Level input wrapper control and presser synchronizing control
2 : Level input wrapper control
3 : Alternate input wrapper control
! Alternate vertical amount input function (Function setting No. 18)
Function of alternate vertical dial of LU series is selected.
0 : Function not selected
1 8
0
1 : Analog input (Analog input of DL dial from optional input connector CN51 42 pin is possible. It corresponds with DL dial of LU-22* series.)
2 : Digital input (DL dial input function of digital input from optional input connector
CN51 4-1 and 4-2 pins is possible. It corresponds with DL dial of LU-15*
series.
@ Reversing brake start angle (Function setting No. 19)
Brake start angle of function of reverse revolution to lift needle after thread trimming can be set. Set value sets
the angle from position of UP detection missed.
0 : Invalid (Brake works from position of UP detection missed.)
1 9
3 5 9
Setting range 1 to 359 [degree]
1 to 359 : Brake works after rotating up to the set angle.
As to angle : Angle here means that the angle is that of direction of the normal rotation from missing of UP
detection when the sewing machine rotates in the normal direction.
# Alternate vertical amount output delay time (Function setting No. 20)
Delay time from pressing alternate vertical presser switch of LU series to outputting of alternate vertical output
signal is set.
2
0
1
0
Setting range : 0 to 500 [mS]
$ Neutral automatic presser lifting function (with AK device only) (Function setting No. 21)
This function can automatically lift the presser foot when the pedal is in the neutral position.
Automatic lifting time of the pedal depends on the automatic lifting time after thread trimming and when the
presser foot is automatically lowered, it is automatically lifted at the second neutral position after it has come off
the neutral position once.
0 : off Function of neutral automatic presser lifting is not operative.
2 1
0
1 : on Selection of function of neutral automatic presser lifting
% Function of changeover of compensating switch on the operation panel function (Function setting No. 22)
Function of compensation switch on the operation panel of CP-160 can be changed over to needle up / down
compensating stitching or one stitch compensating stitching.
0 : Needle up / down compensating stitching
2 2
0
1 : One stitch compensating stitching
– 68 –
^ Function of input of presser for standing work (Function setting No. 24)
Motion of presser lifting pedal when pedal for standing work is used can be set.
2
2
4
0 : Normal presser lifting motion (Presser goes up only when presser lifting pedal
is depressed.)
1 : Normal presser lifting motion (When presser lifting pedal is depressed, presser
goes up, and it is held up even when it is released. When presser lifting
pedal is depressed again, presser comes down.
2 : In case of LU with DL device, function is same as that of alternate vertical
switch.
(Alternate vertical amount becomes maximum only when pedal is depressed.)
3 : In case of LU with DL device, function is same as that of alternate vertical
switch.
(Alternate vertical amount is held as maximum by depressing pedal, and
alternate vertical amount returns to the setting by depressing pedal again.)
4 : Level input wrapper control and presser synchronizing control
5 : Level input wrapper control
6 : Alternate input wrapper control
& Thread trimming motion condition (Function setting No. 25)
This function makes the thread trimming motion ineffective when depressing the back part of the pedal after
DOWN detection position has been off by turning handwheel by hand or the like.
0 : Thread trimming motion is effective.
2 5
1
1 : Thread trimming motion is prohibited.
* Setting of the suction time of the back-tack solenoid (Function setting No. 29)
This function can change the suction time of the back-tack solenoid.
It is effective to decrease the value when the heat is high.
(Caution) When the value is excessively decreased, failure of motion or defective pitch will follow.
Be careful when changing the value.
2
9
2
5
0
Setting range : 50 to 500 ms <10 / ms>
( Function of reverse feed stitching on the way (Function setting Nos. 30 to 33)
Functions of the limit of number of stitches and thread trimming command can be added to the touch back switch
on the sewing machine head.
Function setting No. 30
Function of reverse feed stitching on the way is selected.
0 : off
Normal back-tack function
3 0
0
1 : on
Function of reverse feed stitching on the way
Function setting No. 31
3
1
4
Function setting No. 32
3
2
0
Number of stitches performing reverse feed stitching is set.
Setting range
0 to 19 stitches
Effective condition of reverse feed stitching on the way
0 : off
Inoperative when the sewing machine stops.
(Reverse feed stitching on the way functions only when the sewing
machine is running.)
1 : on
Operative when the sewing machine stops.
(Reverse feed stitching on the way functions both when the sewing
machine is running and stops.)
(Caution) Either condition is operative when the sewing machine is running.
Function setting No. 33 Thread trimming is performed when reverse feed stitching on the way is completed.
0 : off
Without thread trimming
3 3
0
1 : on
Thread trimming is executed.
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Actions under each setting state
Application
Function setting
Output function
No. 30
No. 32
No. 33
0
0 or 1
0 or 1
1
0
0
3
When operating touch-back switch at the time of depressing front part of the
pedal, reverse feed stitching as many as the number of stitches specified by
the function setting No. 31 can be performed.
1
1
0
4
When operating touch-back switch at the time of either stop of the sewing
machine or depressing front part of the pedal, reverse feed stitching as many
as the number of stitches specified by the function setting No. 31 can be performed.
1
0
1
5
When operating touch-back switch at the time of depressing front part of the
pedal, automatic thread trimming is performed after reverse feed stitching as
many as the number of stitches specified by the function setting No. 31 has
been performed.
1
1
1
When operating touch-back switch at the time of either stop of the sewing
machine or depressing front part of the pedal, automatic thread trimming is
performed after reverse feed stitching as many as the number of stitches specified by the function setting No. 31 has been performed.
1
2
It works as normal touch-back switch.
1 Used as the normal reverse feed stitching touch-back switch.
2 Used for reinforcing seam (press sewing) of the pleats. (It works only when the sewing machine is running.)
3 Used for reinforcing seam (press sewing) of the pleats.
(It works either when the sewing machine stops or when the sewing machine is running.)
4 Used as starting switch for reverse feed stitching at the sewing end.
5
(Used as the substitute for thread trimming by depressing back part of the pedal. It works only when the
sewing machine is running. It is especially effective when the sewing machine is used as the standing-work
machine.)
Used as starting switch for reverse feed stitching at the sewing end.
(Used as the substitute for thread trimming by depressing back part of the pedal. It works either when the
sewing machine stops or when the sewing machine is running. It is especially effective when the sewing
machine is used as the standing-work machine.)
) Number of rotations of thread trimming (Function setting No. 36)
Number of rotations of sewing machine at the time of thread trimming is set.
3
1
6
0
0
Setting range 100 to 250 rpm
q Number of rotation of one-shot stitching (Function setting No. 38)
This function can set, by the pedal operation of one time, the sewing speed of one-shot stitching when the
sewing machine continues stitching until completing the number of stitches specified or detecting the material
end.
Setting range
3 8
2 5 0 0
150 to MAX. rpm. <50 / rpm>
(Caution) 1.
Setting of one-shot stitching is made by the operation panel of the CP-160, or the function
setting No. 76.
2. The max. number of rotation of one-shot stitching is limited by the model of the sewing
machine head.
w Presser lifting function at the time of turning ON the power (Function setting No. 46)
Whether making presser go up or making it come down at the time of turning ON the power can be set.
0 : Presser does not go up immediately after turning ON the power.
4 6
0
1 : Presser goes up immediately after turning ON the power.
– 70 –
e Holding time of lifting presser foot (Function setting No. 47)
Solenoid type presser foot lifter (No. 46 0) can adjust the holding time control of lifting presser foot.
This function automatically lowers the presser foot when the time set with the setting No. 47 has passed after
lifting the presser foot.
When the pneumatic type presser foot lifter (No. 46 1) is selected, the holding time control of lifting presser foot
is limitless regardless of the set value.
4
7
6
0
Setting range
10 to 600 sec <10 / sec>
r Pedal presser lifting function (Function setting No. 50)
Pedal type setting can be changed. Selection of conventional PFL and KFL types can be performed.
0 : Function is same as conventional KFL type.
5 0
0
1 : Function is same as conventional PFL type.
Set value 1 : PFL is the standard. For PFL type in the standard state, the amount of depressing back part of pedal
to make thread trimming motion is large (position of thread trimming motion is deep) since there is an auto-lifter
section.
For this reason, if you feel that the work is hard, setting to KFL type is recommended.
By setting to KFL type, thread trimming motion is performed at a shallow position when depressing the back part
of pedal.
t Compensation of timing of the solenoid for reverse feed stitching (Function setting No. 51 to 53)
When the normal and reverse feed stitches are not uniform under the automatic reverse feed stitching action,
this function can change the ON / OFF timing of the solenoid for back tack and compensate the timing.
Compensation of on-timing of solenoid for reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing (Function setting No. 51)
On-timing of solenoid for reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing can be compensated by the unit of
angle.
Adjusting range
5 1
1 0
– 36 to 36 <1 / 10°>
1
Set value
–36
–18
0
18
36
Compensation angle Number of stitches of compensation
–360°
–1
–180°
–0.5
0°
0
180°
0.5
360°
1
-360°
-180°
0°
180°
360°
* When the point before 1
stitch is regarded as 0°,
compensation is possible by 360° (1 stitch) in
front and in the rear.
2 Compensation of off-timing of solenoid for reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing (Function setting No. 52)
Off-timing of solenoid for reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing can be compensated by the unit of angle.
Adjusting range
5 2
1 6
– 36 to 36 <1 / 10°>
Set value
–36
–18
0
18
36
Compensation angle Number of stitches of compensation
–360°
–1
–180°
–0.5
0°
0
180°
360°
0.5
1
– 71 –
360°
180°
0°
-180°
-360°
3 Compensation of off-timing of solenoid for reverse feed stitching at the end of sewing (Function setting No. 53)
Off-timing of solenoid for reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing can be compensated by the unit of angle.
Adjusting range
5 3
1 8
– 36 to 36 <1 / 10°>
Set value
–36
–18
0
18
36
Compensation angle Number of stitches of compensation
–360°
–1
–180°
–0.5
0°
0
180°
0.5
360°
1
360°
180°
0°
-180°
-360°
y Motor pulley effective diameter (Function setting No. 54)
Effective diameter of pulley to be used for motor is inputted.
5
4
5
0
0
Setting value 50 to 140 [mm]
(Caution) Be sure to set the proper value since troubles such as missing of proper sewing speed or
decreasing of torque occurs unless the effective diameter of motor pulley is properly set.
u Foot lift function after thread trimming (Function setting No. 55)
This function can automatically lift the presser foot after thread trimming. This function is effective only when it is
used in combination with the AK device.
5
5
1
0 : off
1 : on
Function of automatically lifting the presser foot is not provided.
(Presser foot does not automatically go up after thread trimming.)
Function of automatically lifting the presser foot is provided.
(Presser foot automatically goes up after thread trimming.)
i Reverse revolution to lift the needle after thread trimming (Function setting No. 56)
This function is used to make the sewing machine rotate in the reverse direction after thread trimming to lift the
needle bar almost to highest position. Use this function when the needle appears under the presser foot and it is
likely to make scratches on the sewing products of heavy-weight material or the like.
5
6
0
0 : off
1 : on
Function of making the sewing machine rotate in the reverse direction
to lift the needle after thread trimming is not provided.
Function of making the sewing machine rotate in the reverse direction
to lift the needle after thread trimming is provided.
(Caution) The needle bar is raised, by rotating the machine in the reverse direction, almost to the highest dead point. This may result in slip-off of the needle thread. It is therefore necessary to
adjust the length of thread remaining after thread trimming properly.
o Function of bobbin thread remaining amount detection (Function setting No. 57)
Function of bobbin thread remaining amount detection is set when bobbin thread remaining amount detection
device is used.
0 : Invalid
5 7
0
1 to : Valid (For the details, refer to the Instruction Manual for the device.)
p Function of holding predetermined upper / lower position of the needle bar (Function setting No. 58)
When the needle bar is in the upper position or in the lower position, this function holds the needle bar by
applying a brake slightly.
0 : off
Function of holding predetermined upper/lower position of the needle
5 8
0
bar is ineffective.
1 : on
Function of holding predetermined upper/lower position of the needle
bar is effective.
2 : on
Function of holding predetermined upper/lower position of the needle
bar is ineffective.
3 : on
Function of holding predetermined upper/lower position of the needle
bar is effective.
– 72 –
a Change-over function of AUTO / Pedal for sewing speed of the reverse feed stitching at the start of
sewing (Function setting No. 59)
This function selects whether the reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing is performed without a break at the
speed set by the function setting No. 8 or the stitching is performed at the speed by the pedal operation.
5
0 : Manu
1 : Auto
1
9
The speed is indicated by the pedal operation.
Automatic stitching at the specified speed
(Caution) 1. The max. sewing speed of the reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing is limited to the
speed set by the function setting No. 8 regardless of the pedal.
2. When “0” is selected, stitches of reverse feed stitching may not match those of normal
feed stitching.
s Function of stop immediately after the reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing (Function setting No. 60)
This function temporarily stops the sewing machine even when keeping depressing the front part of the pedal at
the time of completion of process of reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing.
It is used when sewing a short length by reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing.
6
0
0
0 : Not provided with the function of temporary stop of the sewing machine immediately after the reverse feed
stitching at the start of sewing
1 : Provided with the function of temporary stop of the sewing machine immediately after the reverse feed
stitching at the start of sewing
Stp the sewing machine
temporarily to change dirextion
of sewing products.
d Bobbin thread remaining amount detection air blow output time (Function setting No. 61)
Air blow output time is set when bobbin thread remaining amount detection device is used.
6
5
1
0
Setting range 0 to 2000 [mS]
0
f Tie stitch adjustment function (Function setting No. 63)
Temporary stop time can be set at the respective corners of start, end and overlapped stitching at the time of
setting reverse feed stitching and overlapped stitching.
6
1
3
0 : Invalid
Setting range 0 to 1000 [mS]
0
Temporary stop performed
only for the time set at this
point.
g Selection of thread trimmer and additional device (Function setting No.65)
Thread trimming control corresponding to the machine head is selected. When additional device is mounted,
device function is set.
6
5
F
U n
Setting item is selected by operating
LED 3-digit display
F
U
N
and
.
LED 4-digit display
E
n
d
End of setting (Setting returns to the normal function setting.)
T
r
M
Slection of thread trimmer function
U
T
1
Setting of additional device 1 function
U
T
2
Setting of additional device 2 function
Setting item is determined by operating
and
.
– 73 –
F U n
T r M
TrM : This is setting when using thread trimmer mechanism built in the machine head. Models for which this
setting is possible are as described below.
LED 3-digit display
T
r.
LED 4-digit display
0
Applicable model
n
o
P
Setting invalid
L
1
5
1
Machine head of LU-151** series
L
U
2
2
Machine head of LU-22** series
L
1
5
2
Machine head of LU-152* series
d
6
3
9
DLN-6390
L
U
1
2
LU-2212
Remarks
(Caution) Contents of thread trimming function can be automatically set as well at the time of the function setting. Therefore, it is not necessary to set the function normally.
Contents of selection of thread trimmer and additional device, and list of parameter setting
F
U
n
U
T 1
UT1 : It is possible to set the model installed with device such as thread trimming device, cutter, etc. as the
additional device to the machine head.
Device setting
LED 3-digit display
U
1.
LED 4-digit display
0
Description of device setting
Remarks
n
o
P
Setting invalid
W
i
n
d
LU Thread rack device selection
A
H
1
0
MF Auto hemmer device selection
S
S
1
0
MF Short stitch device selection
T
C
0
1
Tape cutter device selection (solenoid type)
T
C
0
2
Tape cutter device selection (solenoid valve type)
T
C
0
3
Fast action tape cutter selection
L
B
0
1
Back latch selection
A
\B
\C
\D
\E
\F
\G
\
A to E) on next page.
* For the detailed setting contents, refer to the another sheet (
F
U
n
U
T 2
UT2 : Same function as UT1
Device setting
LED 3-digit display
U
2.
0
LED 4-digit display
Description of device setting
Remarks
n
o
P
Setting invalid
W
i
n
d
LU Thread rack device selection
A
H
1
0
MF Auto hemmer device selection
S
S
1
0
MF Short stitch device selection
T
C
0
1
Tape cutter device selection (solenoid type)
T
C
0
2
Tape cutter device selection (solenoid valve type)
T
C
0
3
Fast action tape cutter selection
L
B
0
1
Back latch selection
F to J) on next page.
* For the detailed setting contents, refer to the another sheet (
– 74 –
H
\I
\J
\K
\L
\M
\N
\
F
U
U
n
T 1
Parameter setting
A
\B
\
C
\D
\
\
\
E
F
\
G
LED 4digit display
LED 3-digit display
U
1.
1
A.
U
U
U
1.
1.
1.
1
2
3
U
U
1.
1.
U
U
U
U
U
Remarks
8
5
Thread rack remaining thread output OFF angle setting
185fl : from Up position off
C.
C.
C.
3
1
0
0
2
Number of stitches of condensation start waiting setting
Number of stitches of condensation setting
Normal number of stitches setting
30 stitches
10 stitches
2 stitches
1
2
C.
C.
1
0
2
Number of stitches of short stitch
Normal number of stitches setting
10 stitches
2 stitches
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
1
2
3
4
5
C.
d.
C.
C.
d.
5
0
5
0
0
Number of stitches of cutter motion waiting at the start of sewing setting
Cutter motion time at the start setting
Setting of stitch count of dust collection output stop waiting
Number of stitches of cutter motion waiting at the end of sewing setting
Cutter motion time at the end setting
5 stitches
50 ms
25 stitches
0 stitch
50 ms
U
U
U
U
U
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
1
2
3
4
5
C.
d.
C.
C.
d.
5
0
5
0
0
Number of stitches of cutter motion waiting at the start of sewing setting
Cutter motion time at the start setting
Setting of stitch count of dust collection output stop waiting
Number of stitches of dust collection output stop waiting
Cutter motion time at the end setting
5 stitches
50ms
25 stitches
0 stitch
50 ms
U
U
U
U
U
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
1
2
3
4
5
C.
d.
C.
C.
d.
5
5
0
5
0
0
Number of stitches of cutter motion waiting at the start of sewing setting
Cutter motion time at the start setting
Setting of stitch count of dust collection output stop waiting
Number of stitches of cutter motion waiting at the end of sewing setting
Cutter motion time at the end setting
5 stitches
50ms
25 stitches
0 stitch
50 ms
1
2
3
C.
C.
C.
4
1
4
0
Setting of stitch count of thread release at the start of sewing
Setting of stitch count of thread release waiting at the end of sewing
Setting of stitch count of thread release at the end of sewing
1 stitch
4 stitch
40 stitch
U
U
U
F
1.
1.
1.
U
U
n
1
Description of device setting
5
2
5
5
2
5
5
2
T 2
Parameter setting
H
\I
\
J
\K
\
\
\
\
L
M
N
LED 3-digit display
LED 4digit display
U
2.
1
A.
U
U
U
2.
2.
2.
1
2
3
U
U
2.
2.
U
U
U
U
U
1
Description of device setting
Remarks
8
5
Thread rack remaining thread output OFF angle setting
185fl : from Up position off
C.
C.
C.
3
1
0
0
2
Number of stitches of condensation start waiting setting
Number of stitches of condensation setting
Normal number of stitches setting
30 stitches
10 stitches
2 stitches
1
2
C.
C.
1
0
2
Number of stitches of short stitch
Normal number of stitches setting
10 stitches
2 stitches
2.
2.
2.
2.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
C.
d.
C.
C.
d.
5
0
5
0
0
Number of stitches of cutter motion waiting at the start of sewing setting
Cutter motion time at the start setting
Setting of stitch count of dust collection output stop waiting
Number of stitches of cutter motion waiting at the end of sewing setting
Cutter motion time at the end setting
5 stitches
50 ms
25 stitches
0 stitch
50 ms
U
U
U
U
U
2.
2.
2.
2.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
C.
d.
C.
C.
d.
5
0
5
0
0
Number of stitches of cutter motion waiting at the start of sewing setting
Cutter motion time at the start setting
Setting of stitch count of dust collection output stop waiting
Number of stitches of cutter motion waiting at the end of sewing setting
Cutter motion time at the end setting
5 stitches
50ms
25 stitches
0 stitch
50 ms
U
U
U
U
U
2.
2.
2.
2.
2.
1
2
3
4
5
C.
d.
C.
C.
d.
5
5
0
5
0
0
Number of stitches of cutter motion waiting at the start of sewing setting
Cutter motion time at the start setting
Setting of stitch count of dust collection output stop waiting
Number of stitches of dust collection output stop waiting
Cutter motion time at the end setting
5 stitches
50ms
25 stitches
0 stitch
50 ms
U
U
U
2.
2.
2.
1
2
3
C.
C.
C.
4
1
4
0
Setting of stitch count of thread release at the start of sewing
Setting of stitch count of thread release waiting at the end of sewing
Setting of stitch count of thread release at the end of sewing
1 stitch
4 stitch
40 stitch
5
2
5
5
2
5
5
2
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When MF, MO, DLN, or MH is selected for the head of the sewing machine and the additional thread trimmer
function is selected in function setting No. 65, parameters for each additional device are changeable without starting
the memory switch function.
1. Turn on the power. (You will view the contents shown in this illustration during operation.)
""-"" is added under A, B, C, and D indications.
2. Calling up setting mode
Press the “▼” switch.
The screen shown in the left illustration appears and the stitch
counts (C display) in each process are displayed.
(Caution) The sewing machine is disabled during these contents are displayed.
3. Increase in stitch count (time)
Increase in stitch count
0-999 stitches
Press the “+” switch.
The stitch count to be set increases in response to switch pressing.
The repeat function is also available.
4. Decrease in stitch count (time)
Decrease in stitch count
Press the “-” switch.
The stitch count to be set decreases in response to switch pressing.
The repeat function is also available.
5. Progress to next step
Step forward
U1.1 → U1.2 → U1.3
Press the “▼” switch.
The process progresses to the next in response to switch pressing.
6. Determination of contents
Determination of settings
Press the “▲” switch.
Pressing the switch provide you with determination of the changed
contents and the regular screen appears.
In case that you turn off the power during setting change, the
existing settings are not updated to the changed settings.
The pedal operation and other operations become enabled when
the regular screen appears.
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h Simplified program setting (Function setting No. 66)
Valid/invalid of motion of simplified program, and input, change, etc, of program are set.
For the details, refer to “(2) of 9. How to use the simplified program function”.
6 6
P r o
j Auto hemmer control changeover (Function setting No. 67)
Auto hemmer control used with MF is selected.
0 : Control 1
6 7
0
1 : Control 2
Contents of setting list
Control 1
Control 2
At the time of turning
ON the power
• Air blow : OFF
• Hemmer guide : OFF
• Presser lifter : ON (lifting)
• Air blow : OFF
• Hemmer guide : OFF
• Presser lifter : ON (lifting)
Depressing the back
part of pedal
(When it is shallowly
depressed)
• Presser lifter comes down by
depressing pedal
• Air blow : ON
• Hemmer guide : OFF
Aforementioned motions are
alternately repeated by shallowly
depressing the back part of pedal.
• Air blow : ON
• Hemmer guide : ON
• Presser lifter : ON (lifting)
• When pedal is returned to neutral position,
air blow and presser lifter are OFF (lowering).
• Hemmer guide is not OFF until overlapped
section sensor detects after making hemmer
guide output once ON.
Remarks
k Prohibition of start with material end sensor of auto hemmer control (Function setting No. 68)
Setting whether starting sewing machine or not with material end sensor of auto hemmer control used with MF is
performed.
0 : Invalid (Sewing machine is started regardless of detection of material end
sensor.)
6 8
0
1 : Valid (Sewing machine is not started in case of detection of material end
sensor.)
l Selection of speed control method after detection of material end sensor of auto hemmer control (Function setting No. 69)
Setting whether by manual or automatic the speed control after detection of material end sensor of auto hemmer
control used with MF is possible.
6
9
0
0 : Pedal depressing amount
1 : Setting speed (Motion with setting speed of function setting No. 38)
; Number of stitches of invalid material end sensor of auto hemmer control (Function setting No. 70)
Setting of number of stitches which makes invalid detection of material end sensor of auto hemmer control used
with MF can be set.
0 : Invalid
7 0
0
Setting range 1 to 500 [Unit : 0.5 stitch]
z Clutch motor function (Function setting No. 72)
This function makes valid the function which performs same motion as clutch motor.
7
2
0
0 : Invalid
1 : Valid
When this function is set to valid, UP/DOWN stop function by synchronizer or the like attached after set-up of the
machine does not work, and only rotation stop motion by depressing pedal works.
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x Retry function (Function setting No. 73)
When the retry function is used, if the sewing material is thick and not pierced with needle, this function makes
the needle pierce in the material with ease.
7
3
1
0 : Normal
1 : Retry function is provided.
c With/without MF thread trimming device (Function setting No. 74)
This function sets with or without the MF thread trimming device (UT-25, etc.).
0 : Without device
7 4
1
1 : With device (Initial value)
v One-shot function up to material end (Function setting No. 76)
This function can perform the one-shot automatic stitching up to the end of material in combination with the
material end sensor when the operation panel is not connected.
0 : Without one-shot function
7 6
0
1 : With one-shot function
b Reverse feed stitching at the end of sewing start time (Function setting No. 85)
Time to run the machine at specified speed to gain back-tuck solenoid response time when moving from end of
normal sewing to reverse feed stitching is set.
0 : Invalid
8 5
1 0
Setting range 1 to 250 [mS]
Time of this section where
back-tuck enters is set
Time to maintain setting No. 64 (number of rotations of start
of reverse feed stitching at the end) immediately after entering back-tuck is set as shown in the right-hand figure.
n Waiting time of start of reverse revolution to lift needle (Function setting No. 86)
Delay time from UP stop position to start of reverse revolution can be set.
0 : Invalid
8 6
1 0
Setting range 1 to 250 [mS]
m Function of pedal curve selection (Function setting No. 87)
Number of rotstion (rpm)
This function can perform the selection of the curve of number of rotation of the sewing machine against the
depressing amount of the pedal.
Change to this function when you feel that inching operation is hard or that pedal response is slow.
0 : Number of rotation of the sewing
2
machine in terms of the depress8 7
0
ing amount of the pedal increases linearly.
0
1 : Reaction to intermediate speed
in terms of the depressing
amount of the pedal is delayed.
1
2 : Reaction to intermediate speed
in terms of the depressing
amount of the pedal is advanced.
, Initial UP stop position move function (Function setting No. 90)
Pedal sroke (mm)
Whether valid or invalid of function to automatically return to UP stop position immediately after turning ON the
power can be set.
0 : Invalid
9 0
0
1 : Valid
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. Function of reducing speed of reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing (Function setting No. 92)
Function to reduce speed at the time of completion of reverse feed stitching at the start of sewing : Normal use
depending on the pedal condition (Speed is acceralated to the highest without a break.)
This function is used when temporary stop is used properly. (Cuff and cuff attaching)
0 : Speed is not reduced.
9 2
0
Sew without stopping
1 : Speed is reduced.
without a break.
Temporary stop
/Function added to the needle up / down compensating switch (Function setting No. 93)
One stitch operation can be performed only when the needle up / down compensating switch is pressed at the
time of upper stop immediately after turning ON the power switch or upper stop immediately after thread trimming.
0 : Normal (Only needle up / down compensating stitching operation)
9 3
0
1 : One stitch compensating stitching operation (upper stop / upper stop) is performed only when aforementioned changeover is made.
¡ Test display mode (Function setting No. 94)
Display of input signal can be displayed on 7-segment LED of operation panel.
0 : Invalid
9 4
0
1 : Valid
(Caution) Basically this function is that for maintenance. Be sure to make this function invalid for the
normal use.
™ Setting of max. number of rotation of the sewing machine head (Function setting No. 96)
This function can set the max. number of rotation of the sewing machine head you desire to use.
Upper limit of the set value varies in accordance with the sewing machine head to be connected.
9
6
4
0
0
0
150 to Max. [rpm] <50 / rpm>
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(6) Automatic compensation of neutral point of the pedal sensor
Whenever the pedal sensor, spring, etc. are replaced, be sure to perform following operation :
(1) Pressing switch , turn ON the power switch.
(2) Indication on the screen will be as illustrated in .
At this time, the value indicated in the 7 segments of
four figures is the compensation value.
(Caution) At this time, the pedal sensor does not
work properly if the pedal is depressed.
Do not place the foot or any object on the
pedal. Warning sound “peeps” and the
compensation value is not displayed.
(3) Turn OFF the power switch, and turn ON the power
switch again to return to the normal mode.
(7) Initialization of the setting data
All contents of function setting of SC-510 can be returned
to the standard set values.
(1) Pressing all switches ,
and , turn ON the
power switch.
(2) LED displays indication
with the sound “peep”,
and initialization starts.
(3) The buzzer sounds after approximately one second
(single sound three times, “peep”, “peep”, and
“peep”), and the setting data returns to the standard
setting value.
(Caution) Do not turn OFF the power on the way of
initializing operation. Program of the main
unit may be broken.
(4) Turn OFF the power switch, and turn ON the power
switch again to return to the normal mode.
(Caution) 1. When this operation is performed, the
neutral compensation value of the
pedal sensor becomes “0”. Accordingly, be sure to execute the operation
of automatic pedal sensor neutral compensation before using the sewing machine. (Refer to the aforementioned
(6).)
2. Even when this operation is performed,
the sewing data set by the operation
panel cannot be initialized.
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(8) How to select sewing machine head
1. Setting procedure of the machine head
1)
Refer to “3-3 Setting for functions of SC-510” in
the INSTRUCTION MANUAL for SC-510, and call
the function setting No. 95.
2)
The type of machine head can be selected by press(switch
).
ing switch
3)
After determining the type of machine head, by
pressing switch
(switch
), the step proceeds
to 96 or 94, and the display automatically changes
to the contents of the setting corresponding with
the type of machine head.
(Caution) When the type of machine head is
changed, the contents which have been
changed before return to the standard set
values.
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2.Machine head list
No.
Machine head
Type
Contents
of display
Number of revolution Max. number of
at the time of delivery revolutions (rpm)
–
(rpm)
1
MF-7823/UT25, MF-77**/UT**
MF
4500
6500
2
MO**
MO. 1
4000
5500
3
MO**
MO. 2
7000
8000
4
DU-141H
du. 14
2000
2000
5
LU-2210 (VR type)
LU. 2v
3500
4000
6
DSU-14*
dsu
2000
2000
7
DSC-24*
dsc. 0
2200
2200
8
LZH-1290
LZH
2000
2000
9
PLC1660/1610
PL. 66
2000
2000
10
DNU-1541-7
dnU. 5
3000
3000
11
LS-1342-7
LS. 13
2500
2500
12
LU-1510N-7
LU. 51
3000
3000
13
LU-1560N-7
LU. 56
2500
2500
14
LU-1520N-7
LU. 52
3000
3000
15
DLN-6390
DLn
4500
5000
16
MH-48*
MH. 81
5500
5500
17
MH-48*
MH. 82
4500
4500
18
MH-1410
MH. 14
4000
5000
19
LU-2216 (VR type)
LU. 26
3000
3000
20
LU-22*0 (Special)
LU. 20
3500
4000
21
LU-2212
LU. 12
3500
3500
* Machine head set at the time of delivery
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*
+
6. CHANGING PROCEDURE OF THE PEDAL TYPE
1. Standard state of the pedal type of SC-510 is PFL type.
2. Amount of depressing the back part of pedal to actuate thread trimmer is large (thread trimming position is deep)
since there is an auto-lifter section in case of PFL type of the standard state.
3. For this reason, when you feel that the work is hard, we recommend that you change over to KFL type with the
memory switch.
By setting to KFL type, when depressing the back part of pedal, thread trimming motion is performed at a
shallow position.
For changing procedure, follow (3) Setting for functions of SC-510, and change according to the description
below.
r Pedal presser lifting function (Function setting No. 50)
Pedal type setting can be changed. Selection of conventional PFL and KFL types can be selected.
5
0
0
0 : Function is same as conventional KFL type.
1 : Function is same as conventional PFL type.
Set value 1 : PFL is the standard. Amount of depressing the back part of pedal to actuate thread trimmer is large
(thread trimming position is deep) since there is an auto-lifter section in case of PFL type of the standard state.
By setting to KFL type, when depressing the back part of pedal, thread trimming motion is performed at a shallow
position.
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7. CONNECTING PROCEDURE WITH JUKI OPTIONAL DEVICE
(1) Connection of the pedal of standing-work machine
1) Connect the connector of PK70
to connector
(CN39 : 12P) of SC-510.
2) Tighten the cord of PK70 together with other cords
with cable clip band
attached to the side of the
box after passing it through the cable clamp.
(Caution) Be sure to turn OFF the power before connecting the connector.
(2) Setting of the auto lifter function
When the auto-lifter device (AK) is attached, thisfunction
makes the function of auto-lifter work.
1) Turn ON the power switch while pressing switch
inside the control box.
(FL ON) with “beep”,
2) LED display is turned to ,
and the function of auto-lifter becomes effective.
3) Turn OFF the power switch, and turn ON the power
switch again to return to the normal mode.
4) Repeat the operation 1) to 3), and LED display is
turned to (FL OFF). Then, the function of autolifter
does not work.
FL ON : Auto-lifter device becomes effective.
FL OFF : Auto-lifter function does not work.
(Similarly, the presser foot is not automatically lifted
when programmed stitching is completed.)
(Caution) 1. To perform re-turning ON of the power,
be sure to perform after the time of one
second or more has passed.
(If ON / OFF operation of the power is
performed quickly, setting may be not
changed over well.)
2. Auto-lifter is not actuated unless this
function is properly selected.
3. When “FL ON” is selected without installing the auto-lifter device, starting
is momentarily delayed at the start of
sewing. In addition, be sure to select
“FL OFF” when the auto-lifter is not installed since the touch-back switch
may not work.
4. Refer to “14. INPUT/OUTPUT CHART”
for machine standard setting shipment.
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(3) Connecting procedure of CP-160
1) Exclusive connectors are prepared for connection of
the connector for CP-160.
2) Paying attention to the orientation of the connector
, connect it to connector
(CN38) located on the
circuit board. After connecting, securely lock the connector.
(4) Installation IPOP circuit board
45°
IPOP circuit
board
CN41
1) Loosen two screws in the front cover of control box
and open the front cover
2) Remove connectors and ground wire of the circuit
board attached to the front cover/
3) Place the front cover at an angle of approximate 45°,
draw it in the direction of arrow, and remove it from
the box main unit.
(Caution) Do not draw the front cover forcibly since
there is the possibility that the click of front
cover is broken.
4) Securely insert CN41 of IPOP circuit board supplied
as accessories to white connector CN41 on the front
cover circuit board from the upper side.
5) Fix IPOP circuit board with two screws
supplied
as accessories.
6) Place the front cover at an angle of approximate 45°,
attach it to the box main unit, and attach connectors
and ground wire which have been removed in step
2).
(Caution) When removing IPOP circuit board, turn
OFF the power and remove it after 5 minutes or more have passed.
(5) Installation of IP-100E
1) Install operation panel
on the machines head using screws , washers
and spring washers
supplied as accessories.
(Caution) Do not disassemble the operation panel
to prevent it from breakage.
2) Set the panel cord same as the other machine head
cords, insert it to CN121 of the control box, and lock
it.
3) Put it together with other machine head cords and
bundle them with clip band .
4) Close the front cover and tighten two screws, while
taking care not to put the cords in the front cover.
CN121
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8. EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT CONNECTOR
(SIGNAL CONNECTOR FOR EXTENSION)
(1) Encoder output connector (CN40)
CN40 pin No.
Signal name
1
UDET (N)
2
DDET (N)
3
4
N. C
MA
5
MB
6
M_ERROR
7
8
+5V
GND
Description
Electric spec.
“LOW” is output when upper position angle
from synchronizer is reached.
“LOW” is output when lower position angle
from synchronizer is reached.
+5V 100mA
The A phase pulse from servo motor encoder
encoder is output.
The B phase pulse from servo motor encoder
is output.
(Pulse of the phase A which is delayed by 90° is output.)
“LOW” is output when the sewing machine
has stopped by error.
For electric power +5V
+5V 100mA
+5V 100mA
+5V 100mA
+5V 100mA
(2) Optional input/output connectors (CN50 and CN51)
Optional input/output of input 8 and output 8 can be used as standard by user’s program input. In addition, it
is possible to optionally select the respective powers of +5V, +12V and +24V by changing the setting of
jumper plug.
For the details, refer to 9. HOW TO USE THE SIMPLIFIED PROGRAM FUNCTION.
[Data]
When using for connection of optional connectors, we recommend that you use the plug of format below.
Manufacturers’ name : SUMITOMO 3M
Product name : Mini-clamp wire mount plug
There are kinds as shown below according to the wires used.
Applicable wire list
Applicable wire
Wire mount plug
4-pole product No.
AWG No.
Nominal sectional area
mm SQ.
Finished outer diameter
ø mm
Cover color
37104-3101-000FL
24-26
0.14-0.3 or less
0.8 - 1.0
Red
37104-3122-000FL
24-26
0.14-0.3 or less
1.0 - 1.2
Yellow
37104-3163-000FL
24-26
0.14-0.3 or less
1.2 - 1.6
Orange
37104-2124-000FL
20-22
0.3 or more -0.5
1.0 - 1.2
Green
37104-2165-000FL
20-22
0.3 or more -0.5
1.2 - 1.6
Blue
37104-2206-000FL
20-22
0.3 or more -0.5
1.6 - 2.0
Gray
(Caution) Mini clamp wire mount plug is the registered trademark of SUMITOMO 3M company.
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(3) Setting between IPOP board input/output connectors and jumper
[IPOP board] ‘expansion board : option)
CN124
(Output)
1
2
3
4
3
2
1
4
CN123
(Input)
1
2
3
4
3
2
1
4
4
3
2
1
GND
Input/output signal
Voltage
1. Input connector (CN123)
Connector No.
Pin No.
Function
CN123-1
1
Power voltage selected with W1
2
Optional input 9
3
Optional input 10
4
GND
1
Power voltage selected with W1
2
Optional input 11
3
Optional input 12
4
GND
1
Power voltage selected with W2
2
Optional input 13
3
Optional input 14
4
GND
1
Power voltage selected with W2
2
Optional input 15
3
Optional input 16
4
GND
CN123-2
CN123-3
CN123-4
Jumper for power
voltage setting
W1
You can select from among
+5, +12, and +24 V at W1
setting for supply voltage.
“+5 V” is selected at shipment.
W2
You can select from among
+5, +12, and +24 V at W2
setting for supply voltage.
“+5 V” is selected at shipment.
(Caution) Set function signal to input to optional input terminal of input connector to +5V (voltage) or less.
When the input signal exceeds +5 or more, there is the possibility that breakage or deterioration
of circuit board occurs.
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2. Output connector (CN124)
Connector No.
Pin No.
Function
CN124-1
1
Power voltage selected with W3
2
Optional output 9
3
Optional output 10
4
GND
1
Power voltage selected with W3
2
Optional output 11
3
Optional output 12
4
GND
1
Power voltage selected with W4
2
Optional output 13
3
Optional output 14
4
GND
1
Power voltage selected with W4
2
Optional output 15
3
Optional output 16
4
GND
CN124-2
CN124-3
CN124-4
Jumper for power
voltage setting
W3
You can select from among
+5, +12, and +24 V at W3
setting for supply voltage.
“+5 V” is selected at shipment.
W4
You can select from among
+5, +12, and +24 V at W4
setting for supply voltage.
“+5 V” is selected at shipment.
(Caution) Do not apply voltage exceeding the value set with W3 and W4 (jumpers for power voltage) to the
optional output terminal of output connector. When voltage exceeding the setting is applied,
there is the possibility that breakage or deterioration of circuit board occurs. So, be careful.
– 88 –
3. Jumper arrangement for switching optional power supply
W4
W1
W2
W3
W1
W3
5V
12V
W4
24V
CN124
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CN123
4. Explanation of input changeover jumper switch
It is possible to change 2 inputs among the optional inputs by changing the setting of jumpers W5 toW6.
Input connector No.
Pin No.
Jumper No.
2
W5
3
W6
Jumper pin No.
CN123-4
Input signal selection
1—2
+5V Digital input
2—3
+5V Analog input
1—2
+5V Digital input
2—3
+5V Analog input
(Caution) For the analog input, it cannot be used with the user’s setting such as simplified program, memory
switch, etc.
Position of optional input changeover jumper wire and pin arrangement.
CN123-4
W5
W5 W6
W5
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W6
W6
(4) How to crimp the optional connector
1. Cable insertion
(1) After checking the pin number, insert the cable
into the inlet between the top cover and base cover
.
Inlet
Hole end
(2) Observe the cable coming to the hole end (to the
line in the illustration) from above of the top cover
.
Hole end
2. Crimp
and the body
together with pliCrimp the cover
ers .
* Pliers should be lateral to the cable direction as
shown in the illustration.
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3. Check
is mounted in parallel
Make sure that the cover
with the body
and there is no gap between the
body
and the cover
by visual check from side
and rear angle of the connector.
Side view
Rear view
Wrong (1)
Insufficient cover
crimping
Wrong (2)
Latch unhooked
Push the point marked with the arrow.
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9. HOW TO USE THE SIMPLIFIED PROGRAM FUNCTION
(1) Simplified program function
SC-510 does not use the exclusive input device or the like and has the function that can create the simplified
programs which take in the signals from the outside, output the signals to the outside, and control the sewing
machine head by SC-510 main unit only.
1. Specifications
1) It is possible to simultaneously perform the operation of four programs.
2) It is possible to input 20 steps per program.
3) It is possible to perform the cross operation among four programs.
2. Indication and function
1) Indication when the simplified program is selected
Indication
Pro_
_End
Pro1
Pro2
Pro3
Pro4
Function
Indicates program selection mode.
Ends program input function.
Selects program 1.
Selects program 2.
Selects program 3.
Selects program 4.
Remarks
Indication
Function
66
Setting function No.
Pro
Indication of program input mode.
Remarks
2) Indication when the program is selected
Indication
_oFF
_on
CHE_
Pro_
Function
Stops program operation.
Makes valid program operation.
Can confirm contents of program.
Starts input mode of program.
Indication
Function
0
Operation mode selection
1 to 20
Program step No.
Indication
1
2
3
4
Function
Inputting program 1.
Inputting program 2.
Inputting program 3.
Inputting program 4.
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Remarks
Possible to select only when 3-digit LED indication is *.0
Possible to select only when 3-digit LED indication is *.0
Possible to select only when 3-digit LED indication is *.0
Possible to select only when 3-digit LED indication is *.0
Remarks
Refer to the aforementioned list.
Remarks
(2) Sequence of start and input
Start the setting mode and select function No. 66 in accordance with “Setting for functions of SC-510”.
When No. 66 is selected, indication below appears.
Press + or - key to select program No.
This case is when program No. 1 is selected.
Press
or
key to move to program input mode.
Press + or - key to select program input.
Press
Program input
(Command input)
End of
program input
key to move to program input mode.
Press + or - key to select command to be inputted.
(For command input, refer to (3). Command input and (4). Simplified
program command list.)
Press + or - key to select "End" command.
By selecting this command, program input can be ended.
With
key, program slips out of input mode.
Program cannot be operated in this indication,
Move to "on" indication with "+" or "-" key.
When "on" indication appears, operation of program 1 is possible.
With
key, program slips out of input mode to end input.
Turn OFF the power and re-turn ON the power,
and program inputted to "Pro1" starts operation.
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(3) Command input
Indications and inputting procedure at the time of command input are explained below.
Input the program command to each step at the time of step input after selection of program, the transition (sequence) below is the transition (sequence) for 1 (one) command.
Contents of display and input items are explained below.
1. Transition (sequence) at the time of command input
This indication shows And command is being inputted
to step 1 of program No.1. (For the details of command,
refer to the separate list.)
When command is selected, indications light alternately.
Function code No. of selected command is indicated.
Hi is output to the designated port No.
Lower 2-digit shows port No. In case of this indication,
it is the indication that output setting is performed to
port output code "2".
For the port No. list, refer to (5). Input/output list.
Low is output to the designated port No.
When "Hi" of the input of designated port No. is inputted,
it becomes true.
When "Low" of the input of designated port No. is
inputted, it becomes true.
When parameter 1 is
step No.
When parameter 1 is speed designation
When parameter 1 is ON/OFF setting
– 95 –
MEMO
– 96 –
(4) Simplified program command list
The list below is that of command and parameter used in the simplified program function.
No.
Function
code
Abbreviation
1
0
End
2
1
DELy
3
2
4
Command
Parameter
1
Setting
range
Parameter
2
Output
setting
Setting
range
Input
setting
Setting
range
Setting range
Completion
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
—
Invalid
—
Invalid
Delay
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
—
Invalid
—
Delay time (d).
0:
1 to 999 X 1 mS
In case set value is “0”, command is invalid. In case of other set
value, step moves to next one after lapse of delay.
And
AND conditional branch
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Valid
iH. 1 to 53
iL. 1 to 53
Skip destination No.
(Sn)
1 to 20
Delay time (d.)
0 : Waiting input until
condition is compleed
1 to 999 X 1 mS
When all conditions designated in input setting are completed
(AND input), step moves to next one.
When input conditions are not completed and delay time passed,
step jumps to that set in skip destination step No.
3
or
OR conditional branch
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Valid
ih. 1 to 53
iL. 1 to 53
Skip destination No.
(Sn)
1 to 20
Delay time (d.)
0 : Waiting input unti
condition is compleed
1 to 999 X 1 mS
When either one of conditions designated in input setting is
completed (OR input), step moves to next one.
When input conditions are not completed and delay time passed,
step jumps to that set in skip destination step No.
5
4
STiA
Number of stitches AND
conditonal branch
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Valid
ih. 1 to 53
iL. 1 to 53
Skip destination No.
(Sn)
1 to 20
Number of
stitches (C.)
0 : Command invalid
(1 to 999 stitches)
When all input setting conditions are completed within set value of
number of stitches setting (ANDinput), step jumps to that
designated in skip destination step No. and moves to next step
after lapse of number of stitches.
6
5
STio
Number of stitches OR
conditonal branch
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Valid
ih. 1 to 53
iL. 1 to 53
Skip destination No.
(Sn)
1 to 20
Number of
stitches (C.)
0 : Command invalid
(1 to 999 stitches)
When either one of input setting conditions is completed within set
value of number of stitches setting, step jumps to that designated
in skip destination step No. and moves to next step after lapse of
number of stitches.
7
6
JUMP
Jump repeat counter
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
Jump (Sn.)
1 to 20
Repeat vount
value (r.)
0 : Immense
(1 to 999 times)
Repeat is performed between steps designated in jump until repeat
count value is over. looping is performed immensely when set value
is “0”.
(Caution) Do not perform nest input of this command.
Speed (S.)
0 to 999
(X 10rpm)
Delay time (d.)
0 : Delay time invalid
0 to 999 X 1mS
Sewing machine speed can be set. It runs at set speed within set
delay time, and speed command is released after lapse of delay
time. Number of rotation at a lowest speed does not become less
than set value of function setting No. 35 Lowest speed by pedal.
In addition, maximum speed does not become more than set value
of function setting No. 96 Maximum number of rotation.
Speed limitation (S.)
0 to 999
(X 10rpm)
Delay time (d.)
0 : Delay time invalid
0 to 999 X 1mS
Maximum speed limitation value of sewing machine can be set.
Set speed limitation works within set delay time and speed limitation
command is released after lapse of delay time. Number of rotation
at slowest speed does not become less than set value of function
setting No. 35 Lowest speed by pedal. In addition, maximum speed
does not become more than set value of function setting No. 96
Maximum number of rotation.
on/off
Delay time (d.)
0 : Wihout delay
1 to 999 X 1mS
This command disables LSW (command of depressing the front part
pf the panel) Command is executed without delay time with delay
time “0”. For others, LSW is invalid within set delay time and input
of LSW is valid after setting delay time.
Delay time (d.)
0 : Without delay
1 to 999 X 1mS
Thread trimming motion is performed.
Command is executed without delay time with delay time “0”. For
others, thread trimming command is performed within set delay time.
Delay time (d.)
0 : Without delay
1 to 999 X 1mS
This command disables thread trimming output (command of
depressing the back part of the pedal).
Command is executed without delay time with delay time “0”. For
others, thread trimming delay command is performed within set
delay time and command is released after lapse of delay time.
—
—
8
7
SPEd
Rotation speed
command
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
—
9
8
LiMi
Speed limitation
command
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
—
10
9
LinH
Lswinh command
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
on/off information
(on/off)
—
11
10
TrM
Thread trimming
command
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
Invalid
—
12
11
TinH
Tswinh command
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
on/off information
(on/off)
—
– 97 –
on/off
Remarks
Initial value
No.
Function
code
Abbreviation
13
12
Up
Command
US stop command
Output
setting
Setting
range
Input
setting
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
Setting
range
Parameter
1
Invalid
—
14
13
HS
Needle up/down
command
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
14
rSW
Rsw command
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
Invalid
Parameter
2
Setting range
0 : Without delay
1 to 999 X 1mS
UP position stop command (speed designated with other command
is neglected.)
Command is executed without delay time with delay time “0”. For
others, UP position stop command is valid within set delay time
and command is invalid after lapse of delay time.
Delay time (d).
0 : Without delay
1 to 999 X 1 mS
When command is executed, sewing machine rotates normally,
and needle goes to UP position when it is in DOWN position and
vice versa. Even if there is speed limitation with other command, it
is neglected.
Command is executed without delay time with delay time “0”. For
others, command is valid within set delay time and command is
invalid after lapse of delay time.
Delay time (d.)
0 : Without delay
1 to 999 X 1 mS
When reverse rotation command is executed, sewing machine
brakes by reverse rotation from angle set in function setting No.
19 and stops. Command is executed without delay time with delay
time “0”. For others, command is valid within set delay time and
command is invalid after lapse of delay time.
—
Invalid
—
Remarks
Delay time (d.)
—
—
15
Setting
range
—
16
15
AnGA
Angle AND conditional
branch
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Valid
iH. 1 to 53
iL. 1 to 53
Skip destination step No.
(Sn)
1 to 20
Angle (A.)
0 : Without delay
1 to 359°
Step moves to next one after lapse of set angle, and when all input
conditions are completed (AND input), step moves to skip
destination step No. (Angle reference is angle from UP position
miss.)
17
16
AnGo
Angle OR conditional
branch
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Valid
iH. 1 to 53
iL. 1 to 53
Skip destination step No.
(Sn)
1 to 20
Angle (A.)
0 : Without delay
1 to 359°
Step moves to next one after lapse of set angle, and when either
one of input conditions is completed (OR input), step moves to
skip destination step No. (Angle reference is angle from UP position
miss.)
18
17
SToP
Stop command
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
—
—
Delay time (d.)
0 : Without delay
1 to 999 X 1 mS
Stop command is output and step moves to next one. When time
is set, step moves to next one after lapse of set time.
19
18
bT
BTsw command
(Reverse feed stitching
output)
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
on/off information
(on/off)
on/off
Delay time (d.)
0 : Without delay
1 to 999 X 1 mS
On/off of reverse feed stitching switch is set.
Command is executed without delay time with delay time “0”. For
other set value, command is executed after lapse of back-tack
output “on” time during set time.
FLsw command
(Presser lifting output)
Valid
on/off information
(on/off)
on/off
Delay time (d.)
0 : Invalid
1 to 999 X 1 mS
On/off of presser lifting switch command is set.
Command is executed without delay time with delay time “0”. For
other set value, presser lifting output “off” is executed after lapse
of presser lifting output “on” time during set time.
Program No. (Sn)
1 to 4
Invalid
—
Initialization of step of designated program No. Step of designated
program is compulsorily returned to the first step.
20
19
FL
Invalid
—
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
—
21
20
rEST
Program reset
Valid
oH. 1 to 17
oL. 1 to 17
Invalid
—
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(5) Simplified program information input setting code list and connector location list
List below is the list of port input code indicated in 7-segment LED at the time of input, connector No. and pin No.
on p.c.b., pin assignment, function, etc.
Input list
Port input
code
Signal name
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
opi0
opi1
opi2
opi3
opi4
opi5
opi6
opi7
opo0
opo1
opo2
opo3
opo4
opo5
opo6
opo7
TRMD
WPD
TLSUBD
BRD
FLD
BZ
M_ERR
S.STATE
HSTSW
26
27
LSSW
BTSW
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
UDET
DDET
UP
DOWN
SET+
SET–
TSW
FLSW
FLSW
HSSW
opi8
opi9
opi10
opi11
opi12
opi13
opi14
opi15
opo8
opo9
opo10
opo11
opo12
opo13
opo14
opo15
Function
Connector No.
and pin No.
on p.c.b.
Pin No.
Invalid
Optional input-1
CN51-1
Optional input-2
CN51-1
Optional input-3
CN51-2
Optional input-4
CN51-2
Optional input-5
CN51-3
Optional input-6
CN51-3
Optional input-7
CN51-4
Optional input-8
CN51-4
Input of optional output-1
—
Input of optional output-2
—
Input of optional output-3
—
Input of optional output-4
—
Input of optional output-5
—
Input of optional output-6
—
Input of optional output-7
—
Input of optional output-8
—
Thread trimmer output
CN36
Wiper output
CN36
Tension release output
CN36
Reverse feed stitching output
CN36
Presser lifting output
CN37
Buzzer output
—
Machine error output
CN40
Stop state output
—
Needle up/down compeCN38
nsating switch input
Low speed switch input
CN39
Reverse feed stitching
CN36
switch input
UP position input
CN33
DOWN position input
CN33
UP key input
Operation panel
DOWN key input
Operation panel
SET +key input
Operation panel
SET -key input
Operation panel
Thread trimmer switch input
CN39
Presser lifter switch input
CN36
Presser lifter switch input
CN39
High speed switch input
CN39
Optional input-9
CN123-1
Optional input-10
CN123-1
Optional input-11
CN123-2
Optional input-12
CN123-2
Optional input-13
CN123-3
Optional input-14
CN123-3
Optional input-15
CN123-4
Optional input-16
CN123-4
Input of optional output-9
—
Input of optional output-10
—
Input of optional output-11
—
Input of optional output-12
—
Input of optional output-13
—
Input of optional output-14
—
Input of optional output-15
—
Input of optional output-16
—
Remarks
Input is made invalid.
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1
2
7
6
1
—
6
—
13
11
5
6
1
—
—
—
—
7
4
5
9
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Output signal of optional output-1 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-2 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-3 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-4 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-5 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-6 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-7 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-8 can be internally inputted.
CP-160 (operation panel)
Standing work type
Front cover
Front cover
Front cover
Front cover
Standing work type
Standing work type
Standing work type
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN123
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN123
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN123
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN123
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN123
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN123
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN123
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN123
Output signal of optional output-9 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-10 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-11 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-12 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-13 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-14 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-15 can be internally inputted.
Output signal of optional output-16 can be internally inputted.
(Caution) 1. Port input codes 38 to 45 can be used only when IPOP p.c.b. is mounted.
2. Operation of port input codes 9 to 16, and 46 to 53 is the function that can use as the signal in
the program where output can be internally used as input signal when optional output written
in the function is used.
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Output list
Port output
code
Signal name
Function
Connector No.
and pin No.
on p.c.b.
Pin No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
—
opo0
opo1
opo2
opo3
opo4
opo5
opo6
opo7
BZ
opo8
opo9
opo10
opo11
opo12
opo13
opo14
opo15
Optional output-1
Optional output-2
Optional output-3
Optional output-4
Optional output-5
Optional output-6
Optional output-7
Optional output-8
Buzzer output
Optional output-9
Optional output-10
Optional output-11
Optional output-12
Optional output-13
Optional output-14
Optional output-15
Optional output-16
CN50-1
CN50-1
CN50-2
CN50-2
CN50-3
CN50-3
CN50-4
CN50-4
—
CN124-1
CN124-1
CN124-2
CN124-2
CN124-3
CN124-3
CN124-4
CN124-4
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
—
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
Remarks
Output is made invalid.
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN124
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN124
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN124
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN124
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN124
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN124
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN124
Extension p.c.b. (IPOP p.c.b.) CN124
(Caution) 1. Port output codes 10 to 17 can be used only when IPOP p.c.b. is mounted.
– 100 –
(6) Setting procedure of optional power and setting procedure of jumper for input
changeover
Lists below are those of setting procedure of power voltage of optional connectors.
By setting respective jumper wires, +5V, +12V and +24V can be used.
* +5V has been set at the time of delivery from factory.
1. Input connector
Connector No.
Pin No.
Setting voltage
Function
CN51-1
1
Vcc4
Power voltage selected with W4
CN51-2
4
1
—
Vcc4
GND
Power voltage selected with W4
4
—
CN51-3
1
4
Vcc3
—
Power voltage selected with W3
GND
CN51-4
1
4
Vcc3
—
Power voltage selected with W3
GND
Jumper for optional power selection
+5V
+12V
+24V
W4 1-2
W4 3-4
W4 5-6
W3 1-2
W3 3-4
W3 5-6
GND
2. Output connector
Connector No.
CN50-1
Pin No.
Setting voltage
Function
1
Vcc1
4
—
1
Vcc1
4
—
CN50-3
1
4
Vcc2
—
Power voltage selected with W2
GND
CN50-4
1
4
Vcc2
—
Power voltage selected with W2
GND
CN50-2
Power voltage selected with W1
Jumper for optional power selection
+5V
+12V
+24V
W1 1-2
W1 3-4
W1 5-6
W2 1-2
W2 3-4
W2 5-6
GND
Power voltage selected with W1
GND
Caution when using optional power
1) Note that the power for optional is 0.6A in total when IPOP p.c.b. is not used, and that the power for
optional should not exceed 0.4A when IPOP p.c.b. is mounted.
3. Layout diagram of jumper for optional changeover of power
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Explanation of input changeover jumper switch
It is possible to change 4 inputs among the optional inputs by changing the setting of jumpers W5 to W8.
Jumper No.
Pin No.
W5
W6
W7
W8
Signal
Input connector
1-2
Digital input of +5V
CN51-4 3Pin
2-3
Analog input of +5V (1)
CN51-4 3Pin
1-2
Digital input of +5V
CN51-4 2Pin
2-3
Analog input of +5V (2)
CN51-4 2Pin
1-2
Digital input of +5V
CN51-3 2Pin
2-3
Digital input of +5V
CN36 3Pin
1-2
Digital input of +5V
CN36 3Pin
2-3
Digital input of +5V
CN42 2Pin
Remarks
This input becomes analog signal input. (Caution 1.)
This input becomes analog signal input. (Caution 1.)
(Caution) 1. For the analog input, it cannot be used with the user’s setting such as simplified program,
memory switch, etc.
Position of optional input changeover jumper wire and pin arrangement
Pin No.
1
2
3
Pin No.
1
2
3
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Signal system pin assignment of optional input/output connectors
List below is the list showing the relation between connector for optional and port input/output code.
Be sure to keep the items of caution for use.
4. Input connector
This optional input can be connected to transistor output of PLC, relay output, open collector output, push button
switch, etc.
Connector No.
CN51-1
CN51-2
CN51-3
CN51-4
Pin No.
Port input code
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
—
1
2
—
—
3
4
—
—
5
6
—
—
7
8
—
Function
Power voltage selected with W4
Optional input 1
Optional input 2
GND
Power voltage selected with W4
Optional input 3
Optional input 4
GND
Power voltage selected with W3
Optional input 5
Optional input 6
GND
Power voltage selected with W3
Optional input 7
Optional input 8
GND
(Caution) 1. Note that the input voltage should not exceed +5V.
2. “+5 V” is selected at shipment.
5. Output connector
This optional output can be connected to solenoid valves of +5V, +12V and +24V, output to PLC, LED for
display, etc.
Connector No.
CN50-1
CN50-2
CN50-3
CN50-4
Pin No.
Port input code
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
—
1
2
—
—
3
4
—
—
5
6
—
—
7
8
—
Function
Power voltage selected with W1
Optional output 1
Optional output 2
GND
Power voltage selected with W1
Optional output 3
Optional output 4
GND
Power voltage selected with W2
Optional output 5
Optional output 6
GND
Power voltage selected with W2
Optional output 7
Optional output 8
GND
(Caution) 1. Set the current which can be driven to 0.4A per circuit or less.
2. In case of driving with external power, use the power voltage which does not exceed the voltage set
with W1 or W2.
3. With this output circuit, actuator of large counter electromotive force such as magnet cannot be
driven.
4. When using actuator such as magnet and the like, use output of CN36.
5. “+5 V” is selected at shipment.
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6. Input/output circuit
Input circuit
+5V
+5V
4.7KΩ
1KΩ
IN
0.1µF
Output circuit
+5V, +12V, +24V
voltage set with jumper wire
OUT
I<0.4A
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(7) Transition (sequence) diagram of No. 66 simplified program function
Transition (sequence) of respective input modes is as shown below.
P r o _
Transition
with + key
_ E n d
P r o
Transition
Transition
with + key
with - key
P r o 1
1
6 6
key
P r o 2
1
P r o 3
1
P r o 4
1
key
∗.
0
_ o F F
_ _ o n
1
C H E _
P r o _
Transition
with - key
2
1
E n d _
key after
selection of End
command key
_ E n d
∗.
D E L y
_ A n d
o
J U M P
2
2
E n d _
Transition with +/- key
_ _ o r
S T i
2
Transition with + key
1
A
Transition
with + key
key
∗.
S T i
3
key after selection of End command key
Confirmation mode of input program
(Programmed contents cannot be edited.)
3
key
S P E d
L i
M i
L i
n H
_ T r M
T i
n H
_ _ U P
_ _ H S
_ r S W
For the details of respective commands, refer
to (3). Command input and (4). Simplified
program command list.
A n G A
A n G o
S T o P
_ _ b T
_ _ F L
r
E S T
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<Program sample I >
Step
End, DELy, And, or,
STiA, Stio, JUMP,
SPEd, LiMi, LinH,
TrM, TinH, UP, HS,
rSW, AnGA, AnGo,
SToP, bT, FL, rEST
1: opo0, 2:opo1, 3:opo2, 4:opo3,
5:opo4, 6:opo5, 7:opo6, 8:opo7,
9:BZ
1:opi0, 2:opi1, 3:opi2, 4:opi3, 5:opi4, 6:opi5,
7:opi6, 8:opi7, 9:opi0, 10:opi1, 11:opi2,
12:opo3, 13:opo4, 14:opo5, 15:opo6,
16:opo7, 17:TRMD, 18:WPD, 19:TLSUBD,
20:BTD, 21:FLD, 22:BZ, 23:M_ERR,
24:S.STATE, 25:HstSW:CP-Panel,
26: LSSW, 27:BTSW, 28:UDET, 29:DDET,
30:UP, 31:DOWN, 32:SET+, 33:SET-
No.
Co. command
oH. oL. output information
iH. iL. input information
1
And
oH.1, 2
iH.1
Pn. Program No.
Sn. Step No.
S. Speed
nf. on/off
Parameter
1
d. Delay time
r. Repeat counter
C. Number of stitches
A. Angle
Parameter
Number of stitches : 1 stitch unit
Time: 1ms unit
Speed: 10rpm unit
Angle: 1 degree unit
2
Sn.1
Remarks
On edge of input is detected.
Initialization of output
– 106 –
2
And
3
StiA
Sn.3
4
Linh
nf.on
5
TrM
6
And
7
DELy
oL.1
d.50
Delay :50ms Output 1 : On
8
DELy
oL.2
d.50
Delay :50ms Output 2 : On
9
DELy
oH.1
d.100
Delay :100ms Output 1 : Off
10
SToP
oH.2
11
Linh
nf.of
Lswinh:off (Replace of Prohibition of pedal depressing)
12
JUMP
Sn.1
Repeating aforementioned control.
13
End
iL.1
Sn.2
C.10
Count of 10 stitches
Lswinh:on (Prohibition of pedal depressing)
Thread trimming command
iL.24
Sn.6
Stop confirmation
Thread trimming command release Output 2 : Off
Input 1
16
17
Output 2
50ms 50ms 100ms
.....
10 stitches
............
20
Output 1
.....
19
Stop
............
18
Thread trimming
<Program sample I >
Optional input 1 is On, automatic thread trimming
is performed after 10 stitches of number of stitches
count, and stop.
After stop, 100 ms of optional output 1 is output.
And, 150 ms is output to optional output 2 after a
lapse of 50 ms after stop.
...........................
15
............................................
14
<Program sample II >
Step
End, DELy, And, or,
STiA, Stio, JUMP,
SPEd, LiMi, LinH,
TrM, TinH, UP, HS,
rSW, AnGA, AnGo,
SToP, bT, FL, rEST
1: opo0, 2:opo1, 3:opo2, 4:opo3,
5:opo4, 6:opo5, 7:opo6, 8:opo7,
9:BZ
1:opi0, 2:opi1, 3:opi2, 4:opi3, 5:opi4, 6:opi5,
7:opi6, 8:opi7, 9:opi0, 10:opi1, 11:opi2,
12:opo3, 13:opo4, 14:opo5, 15:opo6,
16:opo7, 17:TRMD, 18:WPD, 19:TLSUBD,
20:BTD, 21:FLD, 22:BZ, 23:M_ERR,
24:S.STATE, 25:HstSW:CP-Panel,
26: LSSW, 27:BTSW, 28:UDET, 29:DDET,
30:UP, 31:DOWN, 32:SET+, 33:SET-
Pn. Program No.
Sn. Step No.
S. Speed
nf. on/off
1
d. Delay time
r. Repeat counter
C. Number of stitches
A. Angle
Number of stitches : 1 stitch unit
Time: 1ms unit
Speed: 10rpm unit
Angle: 1 degree unit
2
– 107 –
No.
Co. command
oH. oL. output information
iH. iL. input information
1
And
oH.1, oL. 2
iH.1
Sn.1
2
And
iH.1
Sn.4
3
JUMP
Sn.2
On waiting
4
LiMi
S.200
2000rpm speed limitation (10 rpm unit)
5
And
iH.1
Sn.5
On edge of input is detected. Output 1 : On
6
And
iH.1
Sn.8
7
JUMP
Sn.6
On wating
8
LiMi
S.650
Release of speed limitation :6,500 rpm
(10 rpm unit)
9
JUMP
Sn.1
Repeating aforementioned control.
10
End
oH.2, oL.1
Parameter
Parameter
Remarks
On edge of input is detected. Output 2 : On
d.20
d.20
On delay :20ms (Chatter protection)
On delay :20ms (Chatter protection)
11
12
<Program sample II >
13
Optional input 1 is On edge, and make speed limi-
15
Make optional output 1 On during limiting speed,
16
and make output 2 On during release.
6,500 rpm
Speed limitation
2,000 rpm
Output 1
17
18
19
20
Output 2
....................................
making On edge of input 1 again.
Input 1
....................................
14
tation 2,000 rpm. Release speed limitation after
Simplified program sheet
Step
No.
1
2
3
4
5
– 108 –
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
End, DELy, And, or,
STiA, Stio, JUMP,
SPEd, LiMi, LinH,
TrM, TinH, UP, HS,
rSW, AnGA, AnGo,
SToP, bT, FL, rEST
Co. command
1: opo0, 2:opo1, 3:opo2, 4:opo3,
5:opo4, 6:opo5, 7:opo6, 8:opo7,
9:BZ
oH. oL. output information
1:opi0, 2:opi1, 3:opi2, 4:opi3, 5:opi4, 6:opi5,
7:opi6, 8:opi7, 9:opi0, 10:opi1, 11:opi2,
12:opo3, 13:opo4, 14:opo5, 15:opo6,
16:opo7, 17:TRMD, 18:WPD, 19:TLSUBD,
20:BTD, 21:FLD, 22:BZ, 23:M_ERR,
24:S.STATE, 25:HstSW:CP-Panel,
26: LSSW, 27:BTSW, 28:UDET, 29:DDET,
30:UP, 31:DOWN, 32:SET+, 33:SETiH. iL. input information
Pn. Program No.
Sn. Step No.
S. Speed
nf. on/off
Parameter
1
d. Delay
r. Repeat
C. Number of stitches
A. Angle
Parameter
2
Number of stitches : 1 stitch unit
Time: 1ms unit
Speed: 10rpm unit
Angle: 1 degree unit
Remarks
10. CONNECTOR CONNECTION DIAGRAM
(1) Solenoid for machine head
CN36
Layout of CN36 pins
Name of signal
TRMD
TRMCOM
BTD
BTDCOM
WPD
WPDCOM
SUB BTD
SUBCOM
OP_IN (FLSW)
FLSW
BTSW
BTSWRTN
GND
FG
Pin NO.
1
8
6
13
2
9
7
14
3
4
5
12
11
10
1
TRM (Thread trimming)
Approx. 7.5Ω
8
6
BT (Touch back)
Approx. 6.5Ω
13
2
WP (Wiper)
Approx. 8.5Ω
9
7
14
4
11
5
BT SW Touch back switch
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
12
CN36
3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
10
(2) Solenoid Connector for lifting presser foot
Layout of CN37 pins
Name of signal
FLD
FL COM
Pin NO.
1
2
CN37
1
CN37
1
FL (Presser foot lifter)
Approx. 5.4Ω
2
2
Pin side (insertion side)
(Caution) 1. Because the FL (foot lifter) output connector of CN37
varies with the specifications of the machine head, refer to “14. INPUT/OUTPUT CHART” for details.
(Caution) 2. Because the connector of CN36 and CN37 may operate as air output (+24V) depending on the
specifications of the machine head, refer to “14. INPUT/OUTPUT CHART” for derails.
– 109 –
(3) Optional cord
Relay cord A asm. for the standing sewing machine (Part No. M9701351AA0)
2
1
12
11
Approx. 15.m
A
1) Wiring diagram of variable pedal PK-70 and -71
CN39
5V
1
Brown
1
2
VR (1kΩ)
Orange
Variable resistor for speed
3
S GND
4
Switch for lifting presser foot
5
S GND
6
Switch for thread trimming
7
S GND
8
Switch for high-speed
9
White
S GND
10
Light blue
Switch for low-speed
11
Pink
S GND
12
Black
Yellow
Green
2
3
Used by variable voltage
between 1 to 2V
(Increasing / decreasing
speed)
Neutral position is 1V ±
0.05V
(Between 3 to 4)
Blue
Purple
Gray
o Power section A which is separated by respective signals with different colors comes out from the relay
cord A asm. for the standing sewing machine. Connect switches and variable resistor for speed in
accordance with the wiring diagram.
(Caution) Be sure to turn OFF the power before connecting the connector.
– 110 –
2) Wiring diagram of fixing max. speed
CN39
5V
1
Brown
2
Variable resistor for speed
3
Orange
S GND
4
Yellow
Switch for lifting presser foot
5
S GND
6
Switch for thread trimming
7
S GND
8
Switch for high-speed
9
S GND
10
Switch for low-speed
11
S GND
12
Green
Blue
Purple
Gray
White
Light blue
Pink
Black
(Caution) When decreasing the speed of the high-speed SW, use the max. speed limitation variable
resistor on the panel.
– 111 –
11. MAINTENANCE
(1) Replacing the fuse
WARNING :
To prevent personal injuries caused by electric shock hazards or abrupt start of the sewing machine,
remove the cover after turning OFF the power switch and a lapse of 5 minutes or more. To prevent personal
injuries, when a fuse has blown out, be sure to replace it with a new one with the same capacity after
turning OFF the power switch and removing the cause of the blown-out of the fuse.
1) Press the OFF button of the power switch to turn
OFF the power after confirming that the sewing machine has stopped.
2) Draw out the power cord coming from the power plug
socket after confirming that the power switch is turned
OFF. Perform the work of step 3) after confirming
that the power has been cut and it has passed for 5
minutes or more.
3) Loosen setscrew
in front cover .
4) Pressing the side of front cover
in the direction of
the arrow, open the front cover
toward you.
(Caution) Be sure to open / close the front cover
with your hands.
– 112 –
[ Replacing F1 fuse on CTL circuit board (solenoid protection fuse) ]
1) Loosen two setscrews in the front cover and open
the cover after checking that the power has been
turned OFF.
2) Replace 5A F1 fuse on CTL circuit board with a fuse
of the same capacity supplied as accessories.
3) Close the front cover as before and fix it with the setscrews while paying attention to pinching of the cords.
F1
[ Replacing F1 fuse on PWR circuit board (power circuit protection fuse) ]
[ Replacing F2 fuse on PWR circuit board (regenerative resistance protection fuse) ]
1) Loosen two setscrews in the front cover and open
the cover after checking that the power has been
turned OFF.
2) Remove connectors CN30, CN32, CN33, CN36,
CN37 and CN38 and remove the setscrew attached
to the ground wire of CTL circuit board. (Connector
Nos. depend on the specifications.)
3) Draw up the front cover obliquely at the position
where the front cover is obliquely tilted by approximately 45 degrees, and remove the cover.
F2
F1
4) Remove four setscrews in the bottom cover and remove the bottom cover.
5) Replace 3.15A F1 fuse or 2A F2 fuse on PWR circuit
board with a fuse of the same capacity supplied as
accessories.
6) Fix the bottom cover as before with the setscrews,
and press the front cover to the bottom cover from
the position where the front cover is obliquely tilted
by approximately 45 degrees for assembling.
7) Attach the connectors and the ground wire which
have been removed.
8) Close the front cover as before and fix it with the
setscrews while paying attention to pinching of the
cords.
– 113 –
(2) Changing procedure between 100V to 120V and 200V to 240V
(Possible only for the voltage changeover type)
WARNING :
To prevent personal injuries caused by electric shock hazards or abrupt start of the sewing machine, carry
out the work after turning OFF the power switch and a lapse of 5 minutes or more. To prevent accidents
caused by unaccustomed work or electric shock, request the electric expert or engineer of our dealers
when adjusting the electrical components.
Voltage can be changed between single phase 100 to 120V and single phase/3-phase 200 to 240V by changing
over the voltage changeover switch.
(Caution) The voltage changeover switch is on the inside of the control box. When changing the setting, be
sure to open the front cover after turning OFF the power switch and a lapse of 5 minutes or more.
In addition, if the changing procedure is mistaken, the control box is damaged. So, be very careful.
(1) Turn OFF the power with the power switch after
checking that the sewing machine has stopped.
(2) Draw out the power cord from the power receptacle
after checking that the power switch has been turned
OFF. Then wait for 5 minutes or more.
Voltage chnageover switch
AC input cord
A
110V
220V
Voltage chnageover switch
Plug side
WHITE
BLACK
RED
WHITE
BLACK
RED
GREEN/
YELLOW
Fig. A
GREEN/
YELLOW
AC input cord
A
Fig. B
Plug side
110V
220V
WHITE
BLACK
RED
GREEN/
YELLOW
Voltage chnageover switch
GREEN/
YELLOW
AC input cord
Fig. C
Plug side
110V
220V
A
WHITE
BLACK
RED
GREEN/
YELLOW
GREEN/
YELLOW
fixing the front cover and
(3) Remove two screws
slowly open the front cover.
(4) hanging procedure of the power voltage
(Caution) When the voltage of the power changeover
switch and that of the AC input cord are
wrong, the control box is damaged.
Be sure to check the indication of the
changeover switch and the input power
voltage for use.
1) When using with 3-phase 200 to 240V
• Put a screwdriver or the like to the slit section A of
the changeover switch and push up the switch.
(Indication of the voltage of switch is 220V.)
• Connect the crimp style terminal of AC input cord to
the power plug as shown in the figure A.
2) When using with single phase 200 to 240V
• Put a screwdriver or the like to the slit section A of
the changeover switch and push up the switch.
(Indication of the voltage of switch is 220V.)
• Connect the crimp style terminal of AC input cord to
the power plug as shown in the figure B.
3) When using with single phase 100 to 120V
• Put a screwdriver or the like to the slit section A of
the changeover switch and push down the switch.
(Indication of the voltage of switch is 110V.)
• Connect the crimp style terminal of AC input cord to
the power plug as shown in the figure C.
(Caution) Be very careful that the components are
not damaged by the top end of the screwdriver.
(5) Check again that the change has been performed
without fail before closing the front cover.
(6) Close the front cover and tighten two screws
while
being very careful that the cord is not caught by the
cover.
– 114 –
(3) Control voltage check terminal of CTL circuit board
Appearance of CTL circuit board assembled inside the front panel of SC-510 is as shown below.
Confirmation of each voltage whether it is abnormal can be performed since the control voltage check terminals are set.
DANGER:
There is the possibility of the electric shock since the work is performed with the power ON.
Do not perform the work by any person other than the technicians who have electrical knowledge.
Check terminal
Power main use
Nominal voltage
+5V
Circuit control
+12V
CP panel control , For optional electric power
+24V
For optional electric power
VOUT
For +33V/+24V solenoid drive
+33V/+24V
GND
Ground for control circuit
0V
PGND
Ground for control circuit
0V
Remarks
+5V
Voltage varies in accordance with control state.
– 115 –
Appearance of CTL circuit board
Voltage check terminal
12. ERROR CODES
In case of the following, check again before you judge the case as trouble.
Phenomenon
Cause
Corrective measure
When tilting the sewing machine, the
buzzer beeps and the sewing
machine cannot be operated.
When tilting the sewing machine without
turning OFF the power switch, Action
given on the left side is taken for safety
sake.
Tilt the sewing machine after turning OFF
the power.
Solenoids for thread trimming,
reverse feed, wiper, etc. fail to work.
Hand lamp does not light up.
When the fuse for solenoid power
protection has blown out.
Check the fuse for solenoid power
protection.
Even when depressing the pedal
immediately after turning ON the
power, the sewing machine does not
run. When depressing the pedal after
depressing the back part of pedal
once, the sewing machine runs.
Neutral position of the pedal has varied.
(Neutral position may be shifted when
changing spring pressure of the pedal
or the like.)
Execute the automatic neutral correction
function of the pedal sensor.
Stop position of the sewing machine
varies (irregular).
When tightening the screw in the
handwheel is forgotten at the time of
adjustment of needle stop position.
Securely tighten the screw in the
handwheel.
Presser foot does not go up even
when auto-lifter device is attached.
Auto-lifter function is OFF.
Select “FL ON” by auto-lifter function
selection.
Pedal system is set to KFL system.
Change the jumper to PFL setting to lift
the presser foot by depressing the back
part of the pedal.
Cord of auto-lifter device is not
connected to connector (CN37).
Connect the cord properly.
Presser foot is going up by auto-liter
device.
Operate the switch after the presser foot
lowered.
Auto-lifter device is not attached.
However, auto-lifter function is ON.
Select “FL OFF” when auto-lifter device is
not attached.
The sewing machine does not stop
even when the pedal is returned to
its neutral position.
Touch-back switch fails to work.
UP position move fails to work when
all lamps on the panel light up.
The mode is in the function setting mode. Remove the front cover, and arrange the
The switch on the CTL p.c.b. is pressed cords by the regular binding procedure
by the bound cords and the
described in the Instruction Manual.
aforementioned mode resulted.
Sewing machine fails to run.
Motor output cord (4P) is disconnected.
Connect the cord properly.
Connector (CN30) of motor signal cord
is disconnected.
Connect the cord properly.
In addition, there are the following error codes in this device. These error codes interlock (or limit function) and
inform the problem so that the problem is not enlarged when any problem is discovered. When you request our
service, please confirm the error codes.
Checking procedure of the error code
1) Pressing switch
in the control box, turn ON the
power switch.
2) LED becomes display
with the sound of “peep”
and the latest error code is displayed.
3) Confirmation of the contents of previous error can
be performed by operating switches
or .
(Caution) 1. When operating switch , one before
the existing error code is displayed.
2. When operating switch , one after
the existing error code is displayed.
– 116 –
(1) Error code list
No.
*
*
*
*
*
Cause of occurrence expected
Items to be checked
SmartMedia cover open
• The SmartMedia slot is open
E000
Execution of data initialization
(This is not the error.)
• When the machine head is changed.
• When the initialization operation is executed
E003
E004
E005
Disconnection of synchronizer
connector
Synchronizer lower position sensor failure
Synchronizer upper position sensor failure
• When position detection signal is not input
• Check the synchronizer connector (CN33,
from the sewing machine head synchronizer.
CN43) for loose connection and disconnection.
• When the synchronizer has broken.
• Check whether the synchronizer cord has broken
since the cord is caught in the machine head.
E007
Overload of motor
• When the machine head is locked.
• When sewing extra-heavy material beyond
the guarantee of the machine head.
• When the motor does not run.
• Motor or driver is broken.
• Check whether the thread has been entangled
in the motor pulley.
• Check the motor output connector (4P) for loose
connection and disconnection.
• Check whether there is any holdup when turning
the motor by hand.
E008
Machine head connector
failure(Resistance pack)
• When the machine head connector is not
properly read.
• Check the machine head connector (CN32)
for loose connection and disconnection.
E011
A SmartMedia card uninserted
• A SmartMedia card has not been inserted.
• Turn OFF the power.
E012
Read error
• Data on a SmartMedia card cannot be read.
• Turn OFF the power.
E013
Write error
• Data cannot be written into a SmartMedia
card.
• Turn OFF the power.
E014
Write protection
• The SmartMedia is write-protected.
• Turn OFF the power.
E015
Format error
• The SmartMedia is unformattable.
• Turn OFF the power.
E016
Beyond external media capacity
• Short of SmartMedia capacity
• Turn OFF the power.
E019
Beyond file size
• The file is too large.
• Turn OFF the power.
E032
File compatibility error
• The file is not compatible.
• Turn OFF the power.
E302
Tilt detection
(MF : thread trimmer knife sensor)
(At the time of safety switch
operation)
• When tilt detection switch is inputted with
the power ON.
• Position of thread trimmer knife is improper.
• Check whether machine head is tilted without
turning OFF the power switch (operation of
sewing machine is prohibited for safety).
• Check whether tilt detection switch cord is caught
*
*
*
*
Description of error detected
• Close the cover of the slot
in the machine.
• Check whether tilt detection switch lever is
caught in the machine.
E331
Tape cutter (TC03)
Cutter sensor simultaneously
enabled
• Defective cutter sensor
• Is air pressure appropriate?
E332
Tape cutter (TC03)
Cutter sensor simultaneously
disabled
• Defective assembly
• Is air pressure appropriate?
E499
Simplified program data error
• Command parameter data is out of the range.
• Enter the simplified program again.
• Disable the simplified prgram.
E704
Type error of simplified program
or sewing machine data
• Adifferent type is entered for the program
or data.
• Turn off the power.
E730
E731
Encoder failure
Motor hole sensor failure
• When the motor signal is not properly
inputted.
• Check the motor signal connector (CN30) for
loose connection and disconnection.
• Check whether the motor signal cord has broken
since the cord is caught in the machine head.
E733
Motor reverse rotation
The motor rotates at the speed of more than
500rpm in a direction opposite to that of
indication.
• Encoder wiring of the main shaft motor is
wrong.
• Power wiring of the main shaft motor is
wrong.
(Caution) Items marked with * are applicable only to IP-100E.
– 117 –
No.
E811
Description of error detected
Overvoltage
Cause of occurrence expected
• When voltage higher than guaranteed one
is inputted.
Items to be checked
• Check whether the applied power voltage is
higher than the rated voltage + (plus) 10% or more.
• When 220V has been inputted at 110V
setting
• Check whether 110V/220V changeover switch is
improperly set.
• 400V is applied to the box of 220V (230V).
• In the aforementioned cases, POWER p.c.b
is broken.
E813
Low voltage
• When voltage lower than guaranteed one
is inputted.
rated voltage – (minus) 10% or less.
• When 110V has been inputted at 220V setting.
• 110V is applied to the box of 220V.
• Inner circuit is broken by the applied
overvoltage
E906
• Check whether the voltage is lower than the
• Check whether 110V/220V changeover switch
is improperly set.
• Check whether fuse or regenerative resistance
is broken.
Operation panel transmission
• Disconnection of operation panel cord
failure
• Operation panel has broken.
• Check the operation panel connector (CN38)
for loose connection and disconnection.
• Check whether the operation panel cord has
broken since the cord is caught in the
machine head.
*
E915
Communication error
• Cord of operation panel disconnected
(between operation panel and
• Operation panel damaged
IPOP (expansion) board)
• IPOP board poorly connected or damaged
• Make sure that the operation panel connector
(CN121) is secured.
• Make sure that there is no damage to the cord
due to being caught by the top of the operation
panel.
• Make sure that the IPOP board and the connector are secured.
*
E916
Communication error
• IPOP board poorly connected or damaged
(between IPOP (expansion) board
• Make sure that the IPOP board and the
connector are secured.
and CTL (front cover) board)
E924
Motor driver failure
• Motor driver has broken.
E942
EEPROM error
• Data unwritable into EEPROM
(Caution) Items marked with * are applicable only to IP-100E.
– 118 –
• Turn off the power.
(2) IP-100E operation panel display
(Reference) Error is informed by means of the panel display and control box buzzer.
Three different kinds of screens of the panel display screen appear due to the difference of the procedures.
1) Error screen disappears when the operator removes
the cause.
Example) Cover of the slot of smart media is open.
Close the cover.
2) Press the reset switch, and remove the cause of error after erasing the error screen.
3) Remove the cause of error after turning OFF the power.
[Warning list (Error display in panel)]
No
Contents and display of warning
Corrective measure
Remarks
A201 Replacement of needle warning
Refer to the sewing management
information in the
instruction
• Press
to clear the value, and perform replacement m a n u a l f o r
IP100E/SC-510.
of needle.
A202 Cleaning warning
• Press
to close warning screen, and perform Refer to the sewcleaning. Then clear the value in the clear screen. ing management
information in the
• Press
to clear the value, and perform cleaning. i n s t r u c t i o n
manual for
IP100E/SC-510.
A203 Replacement of oil warning
• Press
to close warning screen, and perform Refer to the sewreplacement of oil. Then clear the value in the clear ing management
information in the
screen.
instruction
• Press
to clear the value, and perform repla- m a n u a l f o r
IP100E/SC-510.
cement of oil.
• Press
to close warning screen, and perform
replacement of needle. Then clear the value in
the clear screen.
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<REFERENCE> TABLE OF DIGITAL DISPLAY
Table of digital display
Numeral
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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
Numeral
Digital display
Numeral
Digital display
Numeral
Digital display
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13. BLOCK DIAGRAM
(Caution) CN36 and CN37 vary with the specifications of the machine head.
Refer to “14. INPUT/OUTPUT CHART” for details.
30P
CN41
(OPTONAL PCB I/F)
CN43
(FOR MITSUBISHI ENCODER)
5P
3P
8P
4P 4
CN40
CN42 (SAFETY SW)
CN51
(ENCODER FOR
(FOR EXTENSION INPUT)
EXTENSION OUTPUT)
4P 4
CN50 (FOR EXTENSION OUTPUT)
14P
14P
CN32
(HEAD DISCRIMINATION)
4P
4P
CN30
(ENCODER)
9P
9P
*OP:
CP-160 PANEL
20P
20P
CN33
(SYNCHRONIZER)
2P
CN34
(PEDAL SENSOR)
7P
(Caution)
CN37
(FL)
40020424
CTL PCB ASSY
2P
(Caution)
CN36
(HEAD MAGNET DRIVE)
CN39
(STANDING-WORK PEDAL SENSOR)
7P
40016471
PEDAL SENSOR UNIT C ASSY
4P
PK-70
4P
12P
12P
Option Pedal
CN38
(CP-160)
CN31
CN35
4P
26P
4P
40016468
I/F CABLE ASSY
40016469
DC POWER SUPPLY CORD ASSY
26P
4P
26P
CN4
(+5V, EACH CONTROL SIGNAL)
2P
2P
*A,E,F:
40016522
VOLTAGE SELECT CORD ASSY
*A,E
CN1
(110V/220V CHANGEOVER)
T15-3
2P
2P
CN2
T15-2
(REGENERATIVE RESISTANCE)
*C: 40006139
POWER INPUT CABLE D ASM
40022651
40022652
40022653
40022654
M51
M51
M51
M51
COMPLETE
COMPLETE JUS
COMPLETE JE
COMPLETE CN
(MOTOR DRIVE)
4P
CN141
T3-1
T3-2
T3-3
*A,E,F : 40020439
: 40020440
*B
: 40020441
*C
: 40020442
*D
PSC UNIT A ASSY
PSC UNIT B ASSY
PSC UNIT C ASSY
PSC UNIT D ASSY
“* mark :” in the diagram denotes optional selective parts for the respective destinations.
Parts without mark are used in all destinations.
In addition, “* OP :” denotes optional selective parts.
4P
*A : M6101471AA0 POWER SWITCH A ASM
*F : M6101471BA0 POWER SOURCE SWITCH B ASM
*B,D : M6101471CA0 POWER SWITCH C ASM
CN140
:
:
:
:
*A,E,F : 40016465 PWR PCB A ASSY
*B,D : 40016466 PWR PCB B ASSY
: 40016467 PWR PCB C ASSY
*C
4P
4P
*E: 40012009
POWER INPUT CABLE LA ASM
*B,F
*A,E
*C
*D
4P
T15-1
4P
40006134
RESISTANCE A ASSY
*C: M6102461DAA
POWER INPUT CABLE CE ASM
M51
4P
CN3
(VOUT +33Vor+24Vor+12V)
Symbol Destination
A
JUS
B
JS
C
JE
D
CN
E
JUS
F
JP
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Name of control box complete set
SC510 1/3PHASE 120/240 PFL
SC510 1PHASE 200-240 PFL
SC510 1PHASE 230 PFL CE
SC510 1PHASE 220 PFL CN
SC510 1PHASE 100-120 PFL LA
SC510 1PHASE 100 PFL
Part No. of complete set
40020398
40020400
40020402
40020401
40020399
40022621
14. INPUT/OUTPUT CHART
OUTPUT
Memory switch
function No.
Fanction setting No.
95
Head/device Contents
MF
MF
96
TrM
Speed at
shipment
(rpm)
Max.
speed
(rpm)
4500
6500
UT1
UT2
Motor pulley
diameter Thread Additional 1 Additional 2
(O.D.) trimming
120
OUTPUT
INPUT
Thread trimmer and
additional device selection
(Fanction No.65)
CN36
OUTPUT
CN37
Pin No.
CN50-1
Pin No.
INPUT
CN50-2
Pin No.
CN50-3
Pin No.
CN50-4
Pin No.
CN51-1
Pin No.
CN51-2
Pin No.
CN51-3
Pin number
Mo.1
4000
5500
125
(LB)
Pin No.
Pin No.
1-8
2-9
7-14
6-13
5-12
4-11
1-2
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
TRM
WP
6
BT
BTSW
FLSW
FL
OP_O0
OP_O1
OP_O2
OP_O3
OP_O4
OP_O5
OP_O6
OP_O7
OP_I0
OP_I1
OP_I2
OP_I3
OP_I4
OP_I5
OP_I6
OP_I7
TRM
WP
Cutter SW
FLSW
FL
DL digital
Dust collection: 24
Knife
Caution) 2
MO Caution1)
CN51-4
TRM
sensor
WP(LB) Dust collection: 24
(TL)
Cutter SW
FLSW
(FL)
(SEN)
(TL)
Cutter SW
FLSW
(FL)
(SEN)
BT
BTSW
FLSW
BTSW
FLSW
FL
Caution) 2
MO Caution1)
Mo.2
7000
8000
125
(LB)
TRM
WP(LB) Dust collection: 24
Caution) 2
DU-141H
dU.14
2000
2000
80
LU-2210
LU.2v
3500
4000
90
TRM
TL
TRM
TL
DSU-145
dSU
2000
2000
80
TRM
TL
BT
BTSW
FLSW
FL
DSC-245
dSC.0
2200
LZH-1290
LZH
2000
2200
80
TRM
TL
BT
BTSW
FLSW
FL
2000
80
TRM
TL
BT
BTSW
FLSW
PLC-1660
PL.66
FL
2000
2000
80
TRM
TL
BT
BTSW
FLSW
DNU-1541
FL
dnU.5
3000
3000
85
TRM
TL
BTSW
FLSW
FL
bT
vErT
2PiT
USW
AUbT
vErT
2PiT
DL digital
LS-1342
LS.13
2500
2500
80
L151
TRM
TL
BTSW
FLSW
FL
bT
vErT
2PiT
USW
AUbT
vErT
2PiT
DL digital
DL digital
LU-1510
LU.51
3000
3000
85
L151
TRM
TL
BTSW
FLSW
FL
bT
vErT
2PiT
USW
AUbT
vErT
2PiT
DL digital
DL digital
LU-1560
LU.56
2500
2500
85
L151
TRM
TL
BTSW
FLSW
FL
bT
vErT
2PiT
USW
AUbT
vErT
2PiT
DL digital
DL digital
LU-1520
LU.52
3000
3000
85
L152
TRM
TL
BTSW
FLSW
FL
bT
vErT
2PiT
USW
AUbT
vErT
2PiT
Thread rack DL digital
DL digital
DLN-6390
dLn
4500
5000
105
d639
BTSW
Wrapper
(FL:24)
control
Caution) 2
MH-48*
MH.81
5500
5500
125
TRM
WP
TL
Cutter SW
FLSW
(FL)
MH-48*
MH.82
4500
4500
110
TRM
WP
TL
Cutter SW
FLSW
(FL)
MH-1410
MH.14
4000
5000
100
Dust collection: 24
Cutter SW
FLSW
FL:24
LU-2216
LU.26
3000
3000
75
LU22
TRM
TL
BTSW
FLSW
FL
bT
vErT
2PiT
USW
AUbT
vErT
2PiT
DL analog
LU-22*0
LU.20
3500
4000
90
LU22
TRM
TL
BTSW
FLSW
FL
bT
vErT
2PiT
USW
AUbT
vErT
2PiT
DL analog
LU-2212
LU.12
3500
3500
90
LU12
TRM
TL
BTSW
FLSW
FL
bT
vErT
2PiT
USW
AUbT
vErT
2PiT
DL analog
LU22
Wind
TRM
WP
WP:24
TL
Wrapper: 24
Caution) 2
Caution) 2
Caution) 2
Caution 1) When LB is set to additional device 1, UT1, with MO
as a head of the sewingmachine, input/output data
is marked with (**) shown in the chart.
FL
bT
vErT
2PiT
USW
Condensation Thread rack
Head/device Contents
1) TRM: Thread trimming output
2) WP: Wiper output
3) TL: Thread release output
4) BT: Back tack output
5) BTSW: Back tack switch
6) FLSW: Foot lifter switch
7) FL: Foot lifter (enabled at shipment)
8) (FL): Foot lifter (disabled at shipment)
Caution 2) * : +24V drive
9) bT: Back tack output
10) vErT: DL alternate vertical amount LED
11) 2PiT: 2-pitch output
12) SSTA:H stop state Hi output
This can be used as a needle
CN51-3,4 power Optional analog input Optional analog input Input switching between Switching between
supply setting
and digital input
and digital input
CN36 and CN51
CN42 andOP input
W1
W2
W3
W4
W5
W6
W7
W8
MF
MF
—
—
+12V (3-4)
—
—
—
—
2-3
MO Caution1)
Mo.1
—
—
+24V(5-6) Caution 3)
—
—
—
—
+24V(5-6) Caution 3)
MO Caution1)
Mo.2
—
—
DU-141H
dU.14
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
2PiT
Caution) 2
Jumper wire setting
CN51-1,2 power
supply setting
vErT
SSTA:H
cooler output for DLN-6390.
CN50-1,2 power CN50-3,4 power
supply setting supply setting
AUbT
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LU-2210
LU.2v
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
+12V(3-4)
+12V(3-4)
2-3
1-2
1-2
1-2
DSU-145
dSU
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
—
—
—
—
—
—
DSC-245
dSC.0
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
—
—
—
—
—
—
LZH-1290
LZH
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
—
—
—
—
—
—
PLC-1660
PL.66
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
—
—
—
—
—
—
DNU-1541
dnU.5
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
—
—
—
—
1-2
1-2
LS-1342
LS.13
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
—
—
—
—
1-2
1-2
LU-1510
LU.51
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
+12V(3-4)
+12V(3-4)
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
LU-1560
LU.56
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
+12V(3-4)
+12V(3-4)
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
LU-1520
LU.52
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
+12V(3-4)
+12V(3-4)
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
DLN-6390
dLn
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
MH-48*
MH.81
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
MH-48*
MH.82
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
MH-1410
MH.14
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LU-2216
LU.26
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
+12V(3-4)
+12V(3-4)
2-3
1-2
1-2
1-2
LU-22*0
LU.20
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
+12V(3-4)
+12V(3-4)
2-3
1-2
1-2
1-2
LU-2212
LU.12
+24V(5-6)
+24V(5-6)
+12V(3-4)
+12V(3-4)
2-3
1-2
1-2
1-2
Caution 3) This needs to be set when selecting the additional device LB.
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13) USW: needle lifting input
14) AUbT: Automatic back tack
15) vErT: Alternate lift amount input
16) 2PiT: 2-pitch input
1
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