Industrial Sewing Machine
TECHNICAL MANUAL
Electronic Pattern Sewing Machine
PLK-E Series
Control Unit Section
A180E483P03
Contents
[1] For safe use
[1]-1
[2] Precautions for use
[2]-1
[3] Installation
[3]-1
[4] Names of each part, wiring and grounding
[4]-1
[5] Confirmation
[5]-1
[6] Using the floppy disk
[6]-1
[7] System installation method
[7]-1
[8] Operating the setting panel keys
[8]-1
[9] Basic mode operation
[9]-1
[10] Customized input/output
[10]-1
[11] Input/output setting mode
[11]-1
(1) Input signal setting table
(2) Output signal setting table
[11]-1
[11]-3
[12] Program mode list
[12]-1
[13] Error Display
[13]-1
[14] Unit wiring diagram
[14]-1
[15] Several power supply
[15]-1
[16] Control box connectors layout
[16]-1
[17] Pin No. of connectors
[17]-1
[18] How to use the terminal 1,2 and connectors
[18]-1
[19] Table of connection into control box
[19]-1
[20] Specifications
[20,21]-1
[21] Table of digital display
[20,21]-1
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Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi industrial sewing machine PLK-E Series.
Please read this technical manual before starting to ensure correct and long-term
use.
* The contents of this manual may not be reproduced in part or whole.
* The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
* An utmost effort has been made to cover all points of operation in this manual.
Contact Mitsubishi if you have any questions regarding the contents.
*COPYRIGHT(C)2001 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
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For safe use
[1] For safe use
For safe use
Always observe the following matters to safely use the Mitsubishi industrial electronic sewing machine
PLK-E Series (motor and control box).
Before starting
Before using this control unit, read all of the technical manuals carefully, and correctly use the unit
following the manual. Also read the "Mitsubishi Industrial Electronic Sewing Machine Manual
<<Sewing Machine Head Section>>" for details on the general configuration and sewing machine
head.
Application and purpose
This control unit is designed to drive and control the Mitsubishi industrial electronic sewing machine
PLK-E Series. Do not use this control unit for other applications or purposes. Do not use this control
unit until it has been confirmed that safety measures have been accurately taken for the installed
electronic sewing machine head section.
Working environment
Do not use this control unit in the following type of environment.
(1) Power voltage
* Where the voltage fluctuation exceeds 10% of the rated voltage.
* Where the specified power capacity (refer to page [4]-3. 6.Power capacity) cannot be
ensured.
(2) Magnetic noise
* Where strong fields or magnetic fields are generated, such as near a high-output high
frequency oscillating machine or high frequency welder.
(3) Temperature and humidity
* Where the ambient temperature is 35°C or more and 5°C or less.
* Where the unit will be subject to direct sunlight, or outdoors.
* Near sources of heat, such as heating appliances.
* Where the relative humidity is 45% or less, or 85% or more, and where dew may condense.
(4) Atmosphere
* In an atmosphere containing dust or corrosive gases, etc.
* In a flammable gas or explosive environment.
(5) Vibration
* If excessive vibration could occur when installed on the sewing machine, separately install the
control box.
Installation
Motor and control box
Correctly install the motor and control box according to this manual.
Accessories
Always disconnect the control unit from the main power supply before installing the accessories
listed in this manual. (Turn the power switch OFF, and disconnect the plug from the socket (power
supply line).)
Cable
(1) Lay the connection cables so that excessive force will not be applied during operation. Do not
excessively bend the cables.
(2) Cables laid near operating machine sections (ex., pulley or V-belt) must be separated by at least
25mm.
[1]-1
For safe use
(3) Before connecting the power cable to the control box, confirm that the power voltage matches
the specifications given on the control box's rating nameplate and factory shipment voltage
nameplate. Connect the cable to the indicated positions, and then supply the power. When
using a power unit, connect the cable to the power unit and supply the power. In addition, when
using a power unit, confirm that the power voltage matches the specifications given on the
power unit's rating nameplate. Turn the power switch OFF before making any connections.
Grounding
Always ground the power cord's grounding wire.
Enclosed units and accessories
Connect the electrical enclosed units and accessories only to the positions indicated in the manual.
Removal
(1) Always turn the power switch OFF and disconnect the plug from the socket (power supply line)
before removing the motor or control box.
(2) Do not pull out the cord when disconnecting the plug. Always hold the plug receptacle when
disconnecting the plug.
(3) Note that a high voltage is applied inside the control panel, so always turn the power OFF and
wait at least ten minutes before opening the control box cover.
Maintenance, inspection and repairs
(1) Follow this manual when carrying out maintenance or inspections related to this control unit.
(2) This unit must be repaired, serviced and inspected only by a worker that has received special
training.
(3) Do not use this control unit with the ventilation holes on the dust-proof filter of the motor blocked,
or clogged with dust, dirt or loose cloth, etc. (This can cause heating.)
(4) Always turn the power OFF before replacing the needle or bobbin, etc., on the head.
(5) Use genuine replacement parts for repairs and maintenance.
Other safety measures
(1) Keep fingers away from all moving machine parts (especially around the sewing machine needle
or V-belt, etc.).
(2) Never drop the control unit, or place objects in the clearances.
(3) Do not operate the sewing machine without the protective parts such as the belt cover, or
protection devices such as the safety breaker.
(4) If any damage is observed in the control unit, if the unit does not operate correctly, or if the
operation is suspicious, always suspend operation. Only operate the machine after the
supervisor has adjusted, repaired or inspected the machine.
(5) The user must not make improvements or changes without instruction from Mitsubishi.
Caution displays and danger displays
(1) This symbol indicates states hazardous to the operator or machine, and requires special caution.
(2) This symbol indicates an electrical hazard or caution (electric shock caution).
(3) This symbol indicates grounding of the ground wire.
* Always deliver this manual to the end user.
* Store this manual nearby where it can be referred to when necessary.
[1]-2
Precautions for use
[2] Precautions for use
1. Do not place foot on the foot switch when turning the
power ON.
OFF
2. Always turn the power OFF when
OFF
ON
3. Do not inspect the control circuit with a tester.
leaving the
sewing machine.
ON
4. Always turn the power switch OFF before tilting the
sewing machine head, replacing the needle, or passing
thread through the needle.
Control circuit
The tester voltage could be applied on the
semiconductor parts, and cause damage.
5. Always ground the grounding wire.
6. Do not use excessive wiring.
Power supply
OFF
ON
Green
(Green/yellow)
Always ground the provided grounding wire
(green(green/yellow)).
7. A high voltage is applied inside creating a hazardous
state, so always turn the power OFF and wait ten minutes
before opening the cover.
8. Use the machine away from strong noise sources
such as high frequency welders.
Noise
High voltage risk
[2]-1
Precautions for use
9. The sewing machine will coast to a stop when the power is turned OFF or a power failure occurs
during sewing machine operation.
10. Always align the connector shape and direction, and securely insert the connector.
11. If the position detector's connector dislocates, the belt dislocates, or the sewing machine is
completely locked, the motor will be turned OFF automatically for a set time to prevent burning.
(Note that the motor may not turn OFF if there is incomplete locking or an overload.) When the
fault has been recovered, turn the power OFF and ON once to resume normal operation. The
same type of operation will take place if a detector fault or disconnection occurs.
12. Periodically remove the dust adhered on the
motor's dust-proof filter once every two to three
weeks.
14. If the fuse blows, remove the cause, and
replace the blown fuse with one having the
same capacity.
FDD
Transformer
Dust-proof filter
Box
If operation is continued with the filter
clogged, the motor could heat and adversely
affect the motor life.
PLK-B1-PMD-E
(PMD PCB)
(View from the front with cover removed)
8A fuse (one fuse)
13. When connecting the external switch to an optional
connector, etc., keep the signal wire as short as
possible. A long wire could cause malfunctions.
Box
XC-E2
-1B-PLK
Use a shielded wire for the signal wire when
possible.
PLK-B1
-CPU-E
20A fuse (two fuses)
View from the front with the cover and PMD PCB
d
[2]-2
Installation
[3] Installation
1. Installing the motor
2. Installing the pulley
Table
Accurately tighten the pulley.
159
57
Belt hole
Caution
* Insufficient tightening can lead to
malfunctions.
* The pulley is a control box accessory.
66
Correctly install the motor using the installation
bolts, washers, spring washers and nuts.
3. Installing the protective cover (product with belt dislocation prevention part)
View from back of protective cover
View from front of protective cover
Protective cover
installation thumb screw
Wing bolt
Washer
* Change the long and short side orientation of the installation plate for the belt
dislocation prevention part to match the outer diameter of the motor pulley.
Motor pulley outer diameter phi55 to phi80
Pulley outer
diameter
o55 to 80
Indication
scale
(front side)
Cross-section A-A
Installation plate
Long and short side
A
(View from back of protective cover)
* Align the center of the washer with the pulley outer diameter indication scale, and tighten the wing bolt.
* Make sure that the belt does not contact the fitting.
[3]-1
Installation
4. Installing the protective rod
View from back of protective cover
View from front of protective cover
Protective rod
wing nut
Wing bolt
Installation plate
Washer
Protective cover
installation thumb screw
Install the protective rod between the belt and motor pulley as shown below.
Belt
Protective rod
Motor pulley
Protective cover
View from front of protective cover
* Align the center of the protective rod to the position at the center of the belt and motor pulley, and
tighten the wing bolt.
* Make sure that the belt and motor pulley do not contact the protective rod.
5. Installing the control box
Fix at four positions
Installation bolt
(M8×60)
Damper
cushion
Top plate
Leg
Leg
405
Control box
**Damper
cushion
105
4-φ9
* Insert the four bolts into the holes on the top plate and install the control panel.
* At this time, adjust the damper cushion positions so that the ** damper cushions listed above
(enclosed with control box) contact the legs.
[3]-2
Washer
Spring
washer
Nuts
Names of each part, wiring and grounding
[4]. Names of each part, wiring and grounding
1. Front side
Floppy disk driver
LED
Setting panel
Cover
Cover installation screw
(M4 screw)
2. Setting panel section
[↑] key
(upward arrow key)
jog +
[H] key
Home
LED.1
LED.2
LED.3
LED.4
LED.5
H
[D] key
Read
F
[A]key
[F]key
[↓] key
(downward arrow key) Function Program Speed
mode transition
setting
jog +
[B]key
Bobbin
winding
[C] key
Enter (message clear)
Setting key
* If the input panel (option) is connected, LED 1 to 5 will not light. However, during
system installation, it will light even if the input panel is connected.
[4]-1
Names of each part, wiring and grounding
3. Back side
CONB
CONA
Spindle motor power
(Connect to spindle motor)
CONC
Stepping motor
(Connect to sewing machine
head stepping motor)
CONE
RS-232C
(オプション)
CONF
Input panel (option)
CONG
General-purpose input/output signal
CONH
Input signal (Connect to sewing
machine head section)
COND
CONI
Various solenoids
(Connect to sewing
machine head section)
Foot switch
(Connect to foot switch)
: The shaded connectors indicate the standard connectors.
Thus, always connect the shaded connectors when setting up the
sewing machine.
Securely connect so that a connection fault does not occur.
[4]-2
Names of each part, wiring and grounding
4. Connecting the power connector
Top plate
Control box power
Power connector
Spindle motor power
connector
Control box
Note. Always confirm the connector shape
and insertion orientation and completely
insert the power connector into the control
box.
Always turn the power OFF before
connecting the connector.
5. Connecting the 3-phase power supply
R-phase S-phase T-phase
3-phase power supply
Red (black)
White (brown)
Black (blue)
Green (green/yellow)
Push-button switch cord
Always connect the green wire
to the grounding terminal.
Consult with your electrician for
details on the grounding wire.
6.Power capacity
Use a fuse or safety breaker on the power supply.
Power supply
Recommended current capacity value
Single-phase 100V
15A
3-phase 200V
10A
[4]-3
Names of each part, wiring and grounding
7. Using the 3-phase 200V control box with single-phase 200 to 220V
Connect power supply to the "red" and "white" lead wires for the push-button
switch. The black wire is not used, so insulate it by wrapping insulation tape,
etc., around it. Always ground the green grounding wire.
Connect to ground
Green
Red
White
Black
Connection connector to control box
Push-button switch
Do not connect
(Accurately
insulate with tape.)
Connect these lead
wires to the power
supply.
8. Using the single-phase 100V control box with single-phase 110 to 120V, or using
the 3-phase 200V control box with 3-phase 220 to 240V
Floppy disk driver
Connector
(1) Turn the power OFF and wait at least 10 minutes.
(2) Remove the cover.
(3) Interchange CON5 and CON6 on the XC-B2-1B-2005 PCB.
200 to 220V
100 to 110V
220 to 240V
110 to 120V
200 to 220V
100 to 110V
220 to 240V
110 to 120V
FDD
For single-phase
110V to 120V
3-phase
220V
XC-B2-1B
-2005
to
Transformer
PLK-B1
-CPU
CON6 From transformer
PLK-B1-PMD
PCB CON1
CON5
From PLK-B1-PMD
PCB CON1
PLK-B1PMD
Control box
For single-phase 100V
3-phase 200V
CON6
From PLK-B1-PMD PCB
CON1
CON5 From transformer
[4]-4
Confirmation
[5] Confirmation
1. Before turning the switch ON
Confirmation items
(1) Are the power and capacity correct?
(2) Are the connectors correctly inserted?
* Power connector from push-button switch
* Motor connector
* Motor encoder connector
* Foot switch connector
* Other connectors (option, input panel, etc.)
(3) Is the belt tension correct?
(4) Are the pulley nuts securely tightened?
(5) Can the sewing machine be easily rotated by hand?
2. After turning the switch ON
(1) Does the position detector lamp turn ON?
Position detector lamp
(2) Does the control box setting panel section LED turn ON?
Control box setting panel section LED
(3) Is there any heating, odors or abnormal noise from the motor or control box?
Turn the sewing machine OFF and contact your dealer
if there is any heating, odors or abnormal noise.
[5]-1
Using the floppy disk
[6] Using the floppy disk
Floppy disk unit
(1) The floppy disk unit is used to [read/write] the 3.5-inch floppy
disk on which the patterns are saved.
(2) A 3.5-inch 2HD type floppy disk can be used. Correctly orient
the floppy disk, and carefully insert it in the direction of the arrow
while pressing the door shutter. If the insertion direction is
Push-button
LED
mistaken and the disk is inserted with force, the floppy disk or
the floppy disk unit could be damaged.
(3) When used for the first time, the floppy disk is not formatted. Refer to section [9]Basic mode
operation - Program 2 mode for details on formatting the disk.
(4) Do not turn the power OFF or eject the floppy disk while the floppy disk unit is accessing
(reading, writing, formatting). (The LED on the floppy disk unit will flicker during these
operations.) Failure to observe this could damage the floppy disk or saved data.
(5) The [LED] on the floppy disk unit will flicker while accessing the floppy disk unit (while reading,
writing or formatting). The [LED 1] to [LED 5] displays on the setting panel will turn OFF during
these operations, but this is not a fault.
* When the access is correctly completed, the [LED] on the floppy disk unit will turn OFF, and
the [LED 1] to [LED 5] displays on the setting panel will change to the normal display.
* If accessing is completed with an error, the [LED] on the floppy disk unit will turn OFF,
and an error message will display with [LED 1] to [LED 5] on the setting panel.
(6) Special maintenance and inspections are not required for the floppy disk unit mounted in the
control box.
Applicable floppy disk
A: Sliding cover
This cover protects the magnetic surface.
A
B: Label
Write the data contents, etc., on this label.
C: Write-protect tab
This tab prevents important data from
being inadvertently erased. Writing is
prohibited when the square window is
open, and is enabled when the window
is closed. Set the write-protect tab to
the prohibit side for a floppy disk on
which important sewing data is saved.
B
C
D
D: Floppy disk type identification tab
A square window is opened on the 2HD type disk.
The 2DD type disk does not have a square window, and
cannot be used.
Precautions for handling the floppy disk
The floppy disk is a delicate product.
Always observe the following points to protect important data.
(1) Never place magnets near the disk.
(2) Do not bend the disk.
(3) Avoid subjecting the disk to cigarette smoke.
(4) Do not place the disk where it will be subject to direct sunlight or near a heating appliance.
(5) Always make a copy of important data.
(6) Attach the label onto the floppy disk at the correct position.
(7) After using the floppy disk, store it in the case.
[6]-1
System installation method
[7] System installation method
Regarding floppy disc for installation
PLK-E series
PLK-E series
PLK-E series
F1
F2
F3
PLK-E series
F4
SYSTEM: Ver. ****
LANGUAGE: Ver. ****
PICTURE: Ver. ****
FONT DATA : Ver. ****
DATE :****/**/**
MITSUBISHIELECTRIC(1/4)
DATE
:****/**/**
MITSUBISHIELECTRIC(2/4)
:****/**/**
DATE
MITSUBISHIELECTRIC(3/4)
DATE
:****/**/**
MITSUBISHIELECTRIC(4/4)
・System program for
machine unit
・Model data table
・Step (comment) data
・Liquid crystal panel
system program
・Language data
・Picture data
・Font data
Installation types
Key used
for turning
the power
ON
Name
Application
The system is not installed in the default state. Install the system with this
full read function before using the sewing machine.
F
Full read
F1
>>>
F2
>>>
F3
>>>
F4
Install only the main system program.
D
System read
F1
Install only the LCD panel system program.
A
B
Panel read
System table
read
F2
Install the main system program, and read in the backed up setting table or
step sequence data.(The system program is necessary for floppy disk
which backs up. Please refer to chapter (P.[9]-9 and P.[14]-7 of operator
control panel for the backup.)
(Floppy disk where backup was preserved.)
Install the LCD panel system program, LCD panel image data and LCD
panel font data.
C
Language read
F2
>>>
F3
>>>
F4
Memo It is necessary to install again by a full lead when changing from the state not using the liquid
crystal panel in the state used. (Please begin the installation operation after make sure to connecting
the liquid crystal panel.)
[7]-1
System installation method
Installation method
For full read (normal)
* Please begin installing when you use the liquid crystal panel
with made to connect .
1. Reading F1 floppy disk
(Reading system program)
*When the power is OFF, insert the F1 floppy disk.
F1 floppy disk read request
*While holding down the F key, turn the power ON. (The message
H
shown on the right will appear.)
F 1.
S
Y
S
F
A
B
C
D
1
0
1
0. B
F
A
B
C
P
L
K E. P
F
A
B
C
D
F
A
B
C
D
Press the D key.
*Model will be displayed.
Select a model using this key
.
H
(For a detailed description of models, refer to "Set up" attached to
Press the D key.
the head part.)
*The step sequence file will be displayed.
Press the D key.
Communicating with the
control box. The
7-segment display turns
OFF during
communication. Wait until
the F2 floppy disk is
t d
Memo
D
H
H
If the LCD panel is not to be connected, this procedure is
completed with F1. Turn the power OFF once.
2. Reading F2 floppy disk
(Reading label (language data))
F2 floppy disk read request
*At the completion of F1 floppy disk reading, the message shown on
the right side will appear. Insert the F2 floppy disk.
H
F 2.
L
B
L
F
A
B
C
D
E
N
G
F
A
B
C
D
L
*.
*
*
*
F
A
B
C
D
S
*.
*
*
*
F
A
B
C
D
Press the D key.
* Language data will appear.
Select a language using this key
H
.
L
(For a detailed description of language data, refer to "Set up"
attached to the head part.)
Press the D key.
Communicating with the
liquid crystal panel. Wait
until the display (value)
stops, and the F3 floppy
disk is requested.
H
H
[7]-2
System installation method
3. Reading F3 floppy disk
(Reading picture data)
F3 floppy disk read request
*At the completion of F2 floppy disk reading, the message shown on
the right side will appear. Insert the F3 floppy disk.
H
Press the D key.
Communicating with the
liquid crystal panel. Wait
until the display (value)
stops, and the F4 floppy
disk is requested.
H
F 3.
P
I
C
F
A
B
C
D
P
*.
*
*
*
F
A
B
C
D
4. Reading F4 floppy disk
(Reading font data)
F4 floppy disk read request
*At the completion of F3 floppy disk reading, the message shown on
H
the right side will appear. Insert the F4 floppy disk.
F 4.
F
N
T
F
A
B
C
D
F
*.
*
*
*
F
A
B
C
D
M
-
3
1
0
F
A
B
C
D
Press the D key.
*It is displayed in the liquid crystal
panel [Please turn off the reading
completion power supply] when the
display of the LED stops, it is
installation completed and the
Communicating with liquid
crystal panel. Wait until
change in the display
stops.
When change in the display
is stopped, judge that
installation is completed.
Please turn off the power
supply here.
H
H
buzzer rings.
Please turn off the power supply here once.
Memo : For the special specification sewing machine, there is a case where FD (the system file is
written) is packed up together in accessory box. In that case after completing a standard
installation of the above-mentioned. Please read the system file according to under mentioned
points.
The system file is read
*FD ( adheres the label of the system file) is inserted in FDD.
*The power is turned while pressing the B key.
H
Press the D key.
*When D key is pushed again, writing
H
the system file is begun.
Press the D key.
P
L
K E. G
F
A
B
P
L
K E. P
F
A
B
C
D
F
A
B
C
D
C
D
*LED is turned off while installing.
*When a standard screen is displayed
in the liquid crystal panel, the
installation is completion.
Communicating with liquid
crystal panel. Wait until
change in the display
stops.
[7]-3
H
System installation method
When incorrect floppy disk is inserted.
If you insert a wrong floppy disk and press the D key, error code M-200(
M-213(
) or
) will be displayed. In this case press the C key to cancel. And then after insert a
correct floppy disk, press the D key again.
[7]-4
Operating the setting panel keys
[8]. Operating the setting panel keys
1.Display and function of each key in normal mode
When the power is turned ON (the switch turned ON), the LEDs 1,2,3,4 and 5 shown below will display. This state is called
the [Normal Mode], and the following keys can be operated.
[ Display during normal mode setting ]
[UP allow]key (Jog [+])
Jogging in the forward
direction can be executed.
Indicates whether the
counter is valid or
invalid .
H
Indicates the sewing
machine speed setting
value ([0] to [9]).
LED1
F
[H]key
Executes the home
return operation.
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED5
A
B
C
D
[F]key
The mode is changed
over to the program
mode.
[DOWN allow]key (Jog [-])
Jogging in the reverse
direction can be executed.
Indicates the pattern No.
(3-digits).
[B]key
The mode is changed
over to the bobbin winding
mode.
[A]key
The mode is changed over
to the speed setting mode.
[C]key
The message display
(M-**) is canceled.
[D]key
The mode is changed over
to the pattern read mode.
2.Changeover to each mode
The [basic functions] and [application functions] from the [normal mode] can be set with this setting panel. The mode can be
changes to the [various modes] and various [application functions] can set from the [normal mode] via the [program mode].
(*Refer to [12] Program mode list )
(1)Types of basic functions (normal mode)
Program mode
Transition to various modes
Normal mode
Speed setting mode
(basic function)
Speed of speed dial
(speed)
Bobbin winding mode
(basic function)
After the clamp is turned [ON]
and the start switch is turned
On, the upper shaft will rotate.
Program read mode
(basic function)
Selection of read pattern No. .
Caution! To return to the [normal mode] from the [program mode] and [basic functions],press the [[H] key].
[8]-1
Operating the setting panel keys
(2)Types of application functions (program mode)
Program mode
P
* Writing of system software
* Setting of simple settings
Program mode
2
* Writing and copying
Program mode
Program mode
1
* Home correction
3
Program mode
Program mode
Normal mode
G
* Setting of clamp
* Counter
Program mode
4
* Wiper, thread trimming, needle
thread trimming detection
Program mode
Program mode
A
Program mode
Program mode
B
L
* Selection of output
operation
* Simple setting 2
Program mode
K
* Selection of input
operation
* Simple setting 1
C
* Changeover of input
function logic.
Program mode
D
* Changeover of output
function logic.
Program mode
E
* Confirmation of
input/output state
Caution! 1.Changing from the [mode] to [another mode] is not possible.
2.To change the [various mode], always return to the [normal mode], and change the [various
mode] via the [program mode].
3.To return to the [normal mode] from the [program mode] and [various mode], press the [[H]
key].
[8]-2
Operating the setting panel keys
(3)To change from [normal mode] to [basic function] and [program mode]
*.To changeover to an [program mode] other than the [basic function (speed setting mode, bobbin winding mode,
pattern read mode)], always press [F] key once.
[Control box setting panel]
H
LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED5
A
B
C
D
F
Mode name
Key operation
Digital display
Speed setting mode
1.Press the A key.
*.Changes to the speed setting mode.
Bobbin winding mode
1.Press the B key.
*.Changes to the bobbin winding mode.
Pattern read mode
1.Press the D key.
*.Changes to the pattern read mode.
Program mode
1.Press the F key.
2.Press the A key for 2
seconds or more.
*.Display flickers.
1.Press the F key.
2.Press the B key for 2
seconds or more.
*.Display flickers.
Program mode
Program mode
Program mode
Program mode
Program mode
1
2
3
4
P
A
*.Changes to the program mode 1.
[(Home correction) mode]
*.Changes to the program mode 2.
[(Write), (copy) mode]
*.Display flickers.
1.Press the F key.
2.Press the C key for 2
seconds or more.
*.Changes to the program mode 3.
[(Counter) mode]
*.Display flickers.
1.Press the F key.
2.Press the D key for 2
seconds or more.
*.Changes to the program mode 4.
[(Wiper), (thread trimming), (needle thread
detection) mode]
*.Display flickers.
1.Press the F key.
2.While holding down the
key, press the key for 2
seconds or more.
*.Changes to the program mode P.
[(System software write), (simple setting
write) mode]
*.Display flickers.
1.Press the F key.
2.While holding down the
key, press the A key for 2
seconds or more.
*.Changes to the program mode A.
[(Simple setting) mode 1]
[8]-3
Operating the setting panel keys
Mode name
Program mode
Program mode
Program mode
Program mode
Program mode
Program mode
Program mode
B
C
D
E
G
K
L
Key operation
Digital display
*.Display flickers.
1.Press the F key.
2.While holding down the
key, press the B key for 2
seconds or more.
*.Changes to the program mode B.
[(Simple setting) mode 2]
*.Display flickers.
1.Press the F key.
2.While holding down the
key, press the C key for 2
seconds or more.
*.Changes to the program mode C.
[(Changeover of input function) mode 1]
*.Display flickers.
1.Press the F key.
2.While holding down the
key, press the D key for 2
seconds or more.
*.Changes to the program mode D.
[(Changeover of output function) mode 1]
*.Display flickers.
1.Press the F key.
2.While holding down the
key, press the key and the
A key for 2 seconds or more.
*.Changes to the program mode E.
[(Status of input, output function) mode 1]
*.Display flickers.
1.Press the F key.
2.While holding down the
key, press the key and the
C key for 2 seconds or more.
*.Changes to the program mode G.
[(Setting of clamp) mode 1]
*.Display flickers.
1.Press the F key.
2.While holding down the
key, press the C key for 2
seconds or more.
*.Changes to the program mode K.
[(Input operation selection) mode]
*.Display flickers.
1.Press the F key.
2.While holding down the
key, press the D key for 2
seconds or more.
*.Changes to the program mode L.
[(Output operation selection) mode]
[8]-4
Operating the setting panel keys
3.Display and function of each key in speed setting mode
When the [A] key is pressed once in the normal mode, the following [speed setting mode (basic function)] display will appear.
[Control box setting panel]
H
LED1
F
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED5
A
B
C
D
Changeover to normal mode
function
The setting value displayed in LED 5 is
validated, and the normal mode is
returned to.
Key operation invalid
Setting value changeover function
(decrement)
Nothing will occur even if the
key is operated.
With each press, the LED 5 display (setting
value) will decrement by one.(0,9 ... 2,1,0,9)
Setting value changeover function
(increment)
Setting value changeover function
(increment)
With each press, the LED 5 display (setting
value) will increment by one.(0,1 ... 8,9,0,1)
With each press, the LED 5 display (setting
value) will increment by one.(0,1, ... 8,9,0,1)
4.Display and function of each key in the bobbin winding mode
When the [B] key is pressed once in the normal mode, the following [bobbin winding mode (basic function)] display will
appear.
[Control box setting panel]
H
LED1
F
Changeover to normal mode function
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED5
A
B
C
D
Key operation invalid
Nothing will occur even if the key is
operated.
Caution !
Caution !
If the start switch is turned [ON] while the pressure is lowered in the bobbing winding mode,
the upper shaft will rotate, and the bobbin winding operation will take place.
If the clamp is raised, the bobbin winding operation will not take place.
Always turn [OFF] the power before threading the needle.
If the needle must be thread while the power is [ON], thread it while paying attention to points
1 and 2 given below.
1.While the sewing machine is stopped during sewing (normal mode state), the presser
foot can be [raised/lowered] by turning [ON/OFF] the [B] key (wind key).
2.Do not turn on the start switch while threading the needle. It is extremely dangerous.
To prevent turning On the start switch by mistake while threading, take measures such
as moving the start switch away from the foot.
[8]-5
Operating the setting panel keys
5.Display and function of each key in the pattern read mode
When the [D] key is pressed once in the normal mode, the following [pattern read mode (basic function)] display will appear.
[Control box setting panel]
H
LED1
F
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED5
A
B
C
D
Pattern read function
Changeover to normal mode
function
The pattern No. displayed in LEDs 2,3 and 4 will be
read, and then the normal mode will be returned to.
The normal mode will be returned to without
executing the read of the pattern No. display in
Setting value changeover function (increment)
With each press, the LEDs 2,3 and 4 displays (setting values) will
increment by one. (0,1 ... 8,9,0,1)
Read destination selection function
The read destination is selected from the following two.
[LED1]=[F]...Read from floppy disk.
[LED1]=[I]...Read from internal memory.
Pattern No. search function (decrement)
The display in LEDs 2,3 and 4 (pattern No.) will
change to the next display (pattern No.) with each
press. The existing pattern No. will display in LEDs 2,3
and 4 while incrementing (searching) in order.
While [F] key on and after [ ] key on
pattern No. search function (decrement)
The display in LEDs 2,3 and 4 (pattern No.) will
change to the previous display (pattern No.) with each
press the [
] key. The existing pattern No. will
display in LEDs 2,3 and 4 while decrementing
(searching) in order.
Memo If there is no pattern data for the No., the LED
will flicker, and if there is pattern data for the No., the
LED will turn ON. When the LED is ON, press the "D"
key to start reading of the pattern.
6.HALT mode display and the function of each key
To stop the sewing machine during sewing (normal mode), press the HALT switch (attached to the sewing machine head).
The display switches to the [HALT mode] shown below. [HALT mode] display..[control box setting panel]
[HALT mode display]
[Control box setting panel]
H
LED1
F
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED5
A
B
C
D
1.During [HALT mode] display, the operation of the ([H] key), ([ ] key), ([ ] key), ([F] key), ([A] key),
([B] key), ([C] key), ([D] key) on the setting panel and the (start switch) operation are invalid.
2.When the HALT switch is canceled during the [HALT mode] display, the display switches to the
[normal mode] shown below.
[Control box setting panel]
[Normal mode display]
H
LED1
F
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED5
A
B
C
D
1.The following operation is possible while the needle is stopped at the up position.
(1).Restart of sewing by pressing the start switch.
(2).Move to restart position using [ ] key and [ ] key.
(3).[UP/DOWN] of the work holder by turning {ON/OFF} the work holder switch.
(4).Change of sewing speed with the speed dial.
(5).[UP/DOWN] operation of the presser foot by turning [ON/OFF] the [B] key (wind key).
2.The following operation is possible while the needle is stopped at the down position.
(1).Restart of sewing by pressing the start switch.
(2).[UP/DOWN] of the work holder by turning [ON/OFF] the work holder switch.
(3).Change of sewing speed with the speed dial.
[8]-6
Basic mode operation
[9]. Basic mode operation
1.Program 1 mode (home position correct mode) display and the function of each key
*.After the [F] key is pressed under normal mode, if the [A] key is pressed for more than 2 seconds, the display
switches to the [1 home position correction, (valid/invalid) setting] screen of the [program 1 mode (home position
correct mode)] shown below.
*.When the [H] key is pressed, the device returns to the normal mode after saving the setting values.
Memo Set enlargement/reduction of the constant stitch length cannot be done from the setting panel.
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
Initial screen of [1.home position correction, (valid/invalid) setting]]
1. By pressing the [C],[D] keys, the [valid(
)/invalid(
):LED4,5 display] state of home position
correction can be switched.
]:LED 4,5 display), the device
2. Even if the home position correction setting is set to (invalid [
saves the (X axis correction amount [CX.]) and (Y axis correction amount [CY.]).
[ ]key
3. After the home position correction is written in, the home position correction setting is set to (invalid
]:LED 4,5 display).
[
Initial screen of [2.home position X axis correction amount setting]
[ ],
[F]key
1. When the [C] key is pressed, the setting of X axis correction amount (LED 4,5 display) lowers by
0.1mm.
[ ],
2. When the [D] key is pressed, the setting of X axis correction amount (LED 4,5 display) rises by
[F]key
0.1mm.
[ ]key
3. The [front direction ( )/back direction (
):LED2 display] setting of X axis correction amount is
automatically switched by the setting of X axis correction amount (LED3,4,5 display).
4.The setting range of X axis correction amount setting (LED3,4,5 display) is within (-12.7mm) (+12.7mm).
Initial screen of [3.home position Y axis correction amount setting]
1. When the [C] key is pressed, the setting of Y axis correction amount (LED 4,5 display) lowers by
0.1mm.
2. When the [D] key is pressed, the setting of Y axis correction amount (LED 4,5 display) rises by
[ ],
0.1mm.
[ ]key
[F]key
3. The [front direction ( )/back direction (
):LED2 display] setting of Y axis correction amount is
automatically switched by the setting of Y axis correction amount (LED3,4,5 display).
4.The setting range of Y axis correction amount setting (LED3,4,5 display) is within (-12.7mm) (+12.7mm).
[No. of Stitch Constant Enlargement/Reduction Setting] initial screen
Cannot be input here.
[ ],
[F]key
[U2]
[D2]
[ ]key
[U1]
[D1]
[9]-1
Basic mode operation
[D2]
[U1]
[U2]
[D1]
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
[X Enlargement/Reduction Rate Setting] initial screen
1. When the [A], [B], [C] or [D] key is pressed, the X enlargement/reduction rate (LED 2, 3, 4, 5
display) can be designated. The rate can be set in the range of 10.0% to 200.0% with a 0.1% unit.
[ ],
To designate 200.0%, press the [A] key once at the 100.0% state.
[ ]key
[F]key
2. If both the X, Y enlargement/reduction rate or just one rate has been changed, the calculation will
be executed and the normal mode will be returned to when the [H] key is pressed. If the rates have
not been changed, the normal mode will be returned to without executing the calculation.
[ Program Change from Setting Panel Prohibit Setting] initial screen
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
1. When the [A], [B], [C] or [D] key is pressed, the Y enlargement/reduction rate (LED 2, 3, 4, 5
display) can be designated. The rate can be set in the range of 10.0% to 200.0% with a 0.1% unit.
To designate 200.0%, press the [A] key once at the 100.0% state.
2. If both the X, Y enlargement/reduction rate or just one rate has been changed, the calculation will
be executed and the normal mode will be returned to when the [H] key is pressed. If the rates have
not been changed, the normal mode will be returned to without executing the calculation.
Direction of movement to clamp
-Y direction
+X direction
-X direction
+Y direction
[9]-2
Basic mode operation
2.Program 2 mode (pattern data write in, delete, copy mode) display and the function of each key
*.After the [F] key is pressed under normal mode, if the [B] key is pressed for more than 2 seconds, the display
switches to the [1 write to internal memory] screen of the [program 2 mode (pattern data write in, delete, copy
mode)] shown below.
*.When the [H] key is pressed, the device returns to normal mode without executing the function (write, delete, copy).
[ ]key
[ ]key
Initial screen of [1.write to internal memory]
[ ]key
[ ]key
1. When the [F] key is pressed, the number that has already been input [flickers].
2. By pressing each of the [A],[B],[C] keys, the number (LED 2,3,4 display) to be written in can be
specified.
3.When the [D] key is pressed, after writing in pattern data into the specified number (LED 2,3,4
display), the device enters the normal mode.
Note
Numbers without a pattern [light] and numbers with pattern [flickers]. Be
aware that when the [D] key is turned on when [flickering], the pattern is
automatically overwritten and the original pattern is deleted.
Initial screen of [2.write to floppy disk]
[ ]key
[ ]key
1. When the [F] key is pressed, the number that has already been input [flickers].
2. By pressing each of the [A],[B],[C] keys, the number (LED 2,3,4 display) to be written in can be
specified.
3. When the [D] key is pressed, after writing in pattern data into the specified number (LED 2,3,4
display), the device enters the normal mode.
Note
Numbers without a pattern [light] and numbers with pattern [flickers]. Be
aware that when the [D] key is turned on when [flickering], the pattern is
automatically overwritten and the original pattern is deleted.
Initial screen of [3.delete one pattern from internal memory]
[ ]key
[ ]key
[U4]
[D4]
1. When the [F] key is pressed, the pattern number (LED2,3,4 display) of the pattern that has been
written in is displayed in sequence and pattern number can be searched.
2. By pressing each of the [A],[B],[C] keys, the pattern number (LED 2,3,4 display) to be deleted can
be specified.
3. When the [D] key is pressed, the pattern data of specified pattern number (LED2,3,4 display) is
deleted. (The screen display does not change.)
[U3]
[D3]
[9]-3
Basic mode operation
[D4]
[U3]
[D3]
[U4]
[ ]key
[ ]key
Initial screen of [4.delete one pattern from of floppy disk]
1. When the [F] key is pressed, the pattern number (LED2,3,4 display) of the pattern that has been
written in is displayed in sequence and pattern number can be searched.
[ ]key
2. By pressing each of the [A],[B],[C] keys, the pattern number (LED 2,3,4 display) to be deleted can
[ ]key
be specified.
3. When the [D] key is pressed, the pattern data of specified pattern number (LED2,3,4 display) is
deleted. (The screen display does not change.)
Initial screen of [5.initialization of internal memory]
[ ]key
[ ]key
1. When the [D] key is pressed, the internal memory is initialized (all pattern data deleted) and the
device enters the normal mode.
Initial screen of [6.initialization of floppy disk]
[ ]key
[ ]key
1. When the [D] key is pressed, the floppy disk is initialized to 1.44MB (all pattern data deleted) and
the device enters the normal mode.
Initial screen of [7.total copy to floppy disk]
[ ]key
[ ]key
1. When the [D] key is pressed, all the pattern data in the internal memory is copied into a floppy disk
and the device enters the normal mode. (For backup of pattern data.)
Note
1. If the floppy disk have already same pattern No., the new pattern data is
over written it No. .
2. Current sewing pattern data don't copy this screen.
Initial screen of [8.total copy to internal memory]
[ ]key
[ ]key
1. When the [D] key is pressed, all the pattern data in a floppy disk is copied into the internal memory
and the device enters the normal mode. (For restore of pattern data.)
Note
1. If the internal memory have already same pattern No., the new pattern
data is over written it No. .
2. Current sewing pattern data don't copy this screen.
[9]-4
Basic mode operation
3.Program 3 mode (counter mode) display and the function of each key
*.After the [F] key is pressed under the normal mode, if the [C] key is pressed for more than 2 seconds, the display
switches to the [1 setting of down counter setting] screen of the [program 3 mode (counter mode)] shown below.
*.When the [H] key is pressed, the setting value becomes valid and the device returns to normal mode.
[ ]key
[ ],
[F]key
Initial screen of [1.setting of down counter setting]
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
1.When each of the [A],[B],[C],[D] keys is pressed, the setting value of the down counter (LED 2,3,4,5
display) increments by [1].
2.The LED display is as follows: [LED2=1000th digit], [LED3=100th digit], [LED4=10th digit], [LED5=1st
digit]
Initial screen of [2.down count value display]
[ ]key
[ ],
[F]key
1.While the down counter function is valid, during sewing, the [LED2,3,4,5] display is counted down
(decrement) in sequence.
2.The LED display is as follows:[LED2=1000th digit], [LED3=100th digit], [LED4=10th digit], [LED5=1st
digit]
3.When the (down count setting [D.] reach the 0, the buzzer sounds.)
Initial screen of [3.setting of up counter setting]
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
1.When each of the [A],[B],[C],[D] keys is pressed, the setting value of the up counter (LED 2,3,4,5
display) increments by [1].
2.The LED display is as follows: [LED2=1000th digit], [LED3=100th digit], [LED4=10th digit], [LED5=1st
digit]
Initial screen of [4.up count value display]
[ ],
[F]key
[U6]
[ ]key
1.While the up counter function is valid, during sewing, the [LED2,3,4,5] display is counted up
(increment) in sequence.
2.The LED display is as follows: [LED2=1000th digit], [LED3=100th digit], [LED4=10th digit],
[LED5=1st digit]
3.When the (upcounter setting [P.]) and (up count setting [U.] reach the same value, the buzzer
sounds.)
[D6]
[U5]
[D5]
[9]-5
Basic mode operation
[U5]
[D6]
[D5]
[U6]
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
Initial screen of [5.UP counter valid (ON)/invalid (OFF) setting]
1.When the [D] key is pressed, the (valid(
can be switched.
[ ],
[F]key
)/invalid(
) : LED4,5 display) setting of the UP counter
)/invalid(
) : LED4,5 display) setting of the DOWN
[ ]key
Initial screen of [6.DOWN counter valid (ON)/invalid (OFF) setting]
[ ],
[F]key
1.When the [D] key is pressed, the (valid(
counter can be switched.
[ ]key
[9]-6
Basic mode operation
4.Program 4 mode (wiper, thread trimming, needle thread trimming detection mode) display and the function of each key
*.After the [F] key is pressed under the normal mode, if the [D] key is pressed for more than 2 seconds, the display
switches to the [1 wiper setting] screen of the [program 4 mode (wiper, thread trimming, needle thread detection
mode)] shown below.
*.When the [H] key is pressed, the setting becomes valid and the device returns to the normal mode.
[ ]key
[ ],
[F]key
Initial screen of [1.wiper setting]
1.By pressing the [C],[D] keys, the setting value of the wiper's [valid(
switched.
[ ],
[F]key
) / invalid(
) : LED4,5] display can be
[ ]key
Initial screen of [2.thread trimming setting]
1.By pressing the [C],[D] keys, the setting value of the thread trimming's [valid(
) / invalid(
) : LED4,5] display
can be switched.
2.When the thread trimming is set to [invalid(
):LED4,5] display, the wiper's [valid(
)] setting value is ignored.
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
Initial screen of [3.needle thread trimming sensor setting 1]
1.By pressing the [A] keys, the setting value of the needle thread trimming sensor's [valid( ) / invalid( ) : LED2]
display can be switched.
2.By pressing the [B] key, the number of invalid stitches of the starting time stitch sensor [LED3] can be set.
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
3.By pressing the [C],[D] key, the number of invalid stitches of the stitch in progress sensor [LED4,5] can be set.
4.The number of stitches indicates the approximate stitches when stopping time.
Initial screen of [4.needle thread trimming sensor setting 2]
[ ],
[F]key
1.By pressing the [A],[B],[C],[D] keys, the speed at which the needle thread trimming detection is invalid can be set.
The display [ [
[ ]key
[U8]
][][
][
][
] ] of the [4 needle thread trimming sensor setting 2] shown above is the
setting at which the needle thread trimming detection is invalid when the sewing machine is rotating at a speed of
600 r/min or less.
[D8]
[U7]
[D7]
[9]-7
Basic mode operation
[U7]
[D8]
[D7]
[U8]
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
Initial screen of [5.needle thread trimming sensor setting 3]
[ ],
[F]key
1.By pressing the [C] or [D] keys, setting the thread trimming (
)/(
), when the needle thread trimming sensor
detection.
[ ]key
*.(
*.(
) with thread trimmer.
) without thread trimmer.
Initial screen of [6.Program Change from Setting Panel Prohibit Setting]
[ ],
[F]key
1.By pressing the [C] or [D] keys, setting the prohibit setting ( valid/
[ ]key
[9]-8
)/( invalid/
)
Basic mode operation
5.Program P mode (system software, simple setting write mode) display and the function of each key
*.After the [F] key is pressed under the normal mode, if the [ ] and the [ ] are pressed for more than 2 seconds, the
display switches to the [1 system software write setting] screen of the [program P mode (system software, simple
setting write mode)] shown below.
*.Use this to [backup (save)] when special settings have been executed (factory settings changed) on the setting
panel.
* Refer to section "[7]. System Installation method" for details on recovering the backup. Also please do [1.total data
write] when aiming at the restoration of the [B] lead.
[ ]key
[ ],
[F]key
Initial screen of [1.total data write]
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
1.Pressing the [D] key begins [1 system software writing], [2 language data writing] and [3 simple setting table writing].
When the writing is completed, the device returns to the normal mode.
2.When the [H] key is pressed, the setting is not executed and the device returns to the normal mode.
Initial screen of [2.simple setting table write]
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
1.Pressing the [D] key begins the writing of the data of the internal memory into the floppy disk.
When the writing is completed, the device returns to the normal mode.
2.When the [H] key is pressed, the setting is not executed and the device returns to the normal mode.
Initial screen of [3.step sequence data write]
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
1.Pressing the [D] key begins the writing of the data of the internal memory into the floppy disk.
When the writing is completed, the device returns to the normal mode.
2.When the [H] key is pressed, the setting is not executed and the device returns to the normal mode.
Initial screen of [4.simple setting table read]
[D]key
1.By pressing the [D] keys, it changes into the simple setting table selection
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
screen
2.When the [H] key is pressed, the setting is not executed and the device returns to
the normal mode.
Initial screen of [4-1.simple setting table select]
[U9]
[D9]
[U10]
1. The file is selected with [A],[B] keys. And pressing the [D] key begins the reading of
the data from the floppy disk to the internal memory.
2. The buzzer rings when reading ends, and turn off the power supply once, please.
[D10]
[9]-9
Basic mode operation
[D9]
[D10] [ ],
[F]key
[U10]
[U9]
[ ]key
Initial screen of [5.step sequence data read]
[D]key
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
1.By pressing the [D] keys, it changes into the step file selection screen
2.When the [H] key is pressed, the setting is not executed and the device
returns to the normal mode.
Initial screen of [5-1.step file select]
1. The file is selected with [A],[B] keys. And pressing the [D] key begins the reading of
the data from the floppy disk to the internal memory.
2. The buzzer rings when reading ends, and turn off the power supply once, please.
Initial screen of [6. simple setting table and step sequence data read]
[D]key
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
1.By pressing the [D] keys, it changes into the simple setting table selection screen
2.When the [H] key is pressed, the setting is not executed and the device
returns to the normal mode.
Initial screen of [6-1.simple setting table select]
1. The file is selected with [A],[B] keys. And pressing the [D] key begins the reading of
the data from the floppy disk to the internal memory.
2. It changes into the step file selection screen, when reading ends
Initial screen of [6-2.step file select]
1. The file is selected with [A],[B] keys. And pressing the [D] key begins the reading of
the data from the floppy disk to the internal memory.
2. The buzzer rings when reading ends, and turn off the power supply once, please.
Initial screen of [4.selection of setting table number]
[ ],
[F]key
[ ]key
1.By press the [D] key, the setting table No.[1] - [7].
2.When the [H] key is pressed, the setting is not executed and the device returns to the normal mode.
Note : Setting table don't have following things
1.Program [1] - [4] and [P] mode.
2.Program B mode [R8].
[9]-10
3.Setting value for teaching panel.
Basic mode operation
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[9]-11
[10] Customized input/output
(1). Customized input/output configuration diagram
Input
control
section
Alternate
Input reversal
* Terminal block
* Connector
Physical
input RAM
C
Virtual output
RAM
I1
S1
I2
F
T
L
W
OF1
PF
I3
I4
I5
IP
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Details A
D
Virtual input
RAM
Two stage
clamp input
Sewing machine control
(Input port)
B
Two stage
clamp output
E
Physical
output RAM
Output
control
section
O1
Virtual input 0
Virtual output 0
Virtual input 1
Virtual output 1
Virtual input F
Virtual output F
* Terminal block
* Connector
・
O2
O3
O4
O5
OO
WL
Details B
Sewing machine
operation prohibit
Home position
return prohibit
(Output port)
output reversal
ON/OFF
ON delay
A
Input/output setting mode
(2). Outline of customized input/output mode
(A to E below correspond to A to E in the [20] 1. Customized input/output configuration diagram.)
(1) Customizing the input signal
A. The ON/OFF signal input from the input port passes through the input control section (no operation,
alternate operation, signal reversal), and is then stored in the physical input RAM area
corresponding to the input port.
B. Each signal stored in the physical input RAM area is connected to a desired position in the sewing
machine control virtual input RAM port.
C. The sewing machine carries out control based on the function assigned to the virtual input area.
(2) Customizing the output signal
D. As opposed to the customized input, the virtual output RAM area port, assigned a specific meaning,
can be connected and set to a desired position in the physical output RAM area port.
E. The signal for each port in the physical output RAM area passes through the output control section
(no operation, delay circuit, alternate, etc.), and is then output to the output port.
(3). Customizing the virtual input/output RAM
Customized
output
Physical
Virtual
output RAM
output RAM
T
L
FU
IP
O1
O2
O3
O4
Output control
section
Standard
Output reversal
ON delay
ON/OFF
Input reversal
Alternate
Standard
Customized
Physical
input
Virtual
input RAM
input RAM
I1
S1
I2
F
I3
I4
Sewing machine control
Input control
section
OQ
Selection and connection of physical input/output RAM port and virtual input/output RAM port
For example, to connect the physical input RAM port [I1] and virtual input RAM port [SRT] (start) and to
connect the physical output RAM port [O1] and virtual output RAM port [T] as shown in the diagram,
set as follows.
1. Using customized input, select the [I1] input functions, and set SRT.
2. Using customized output, select the [O1] input functions, and set SRT.
With the above settings, [I1] and [SRT], and [O1] and [T] will be connected.
One port from the virtual input RAM ports can be selected for the [I*] port by changing the setting.
One port from the virtual output RAM ports can be selected for the [O*] port by changing the setting.
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Input/output setting mode
(4). Block diagram (input control section)
Standard
A
Physical input
RAM
OF
NO
ON
Alternate
B
Logic changeover
AL
C
Operation changeover
(5). Explanation of operations (input control section)
The input signal passes through the A point, B point and C point of the input port, and
finally is connected to the physical input RAM.
A point: Inputs the signal to the input port from an external source.
B point: (1) When the logic setting is set to "normal"(OF), the operation will be the same
as the input signal A point.
(2) When the logic setting is set to "reverse"(ON), the operation will be the
reverse of the input signal A point.
C point: (1) When the operation selection is set to "normal"(NO), the operation will be the
same as the input signal B point.
(2) When the operation selection is set to "alternate"(AL), the signal will turn ON
at the first rising edge, turn OFF at the second rising edge, and will turn ON
at the third rising edge. The signal waveform will repeatedly turn ON and OFF
at the input rising edge.
The C point signal input and controlled in the above manner is input into the physical
input RAM port.
Input port
Logic
changeover
"Normal"
"Reverse"
Logic operation
selection when logic
changeover is set to
"normal"
Logic operation
selection when logic
changeover is set to
"reverse"
A
B
B
"Normal"
C
"Alternate"
C
C
"Normal"
"Alternate"
C
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(6). Block diagram (output control section)
A
Physical output
RAM
B
Operation selection
ON delay
NO
O1
OF
AL
O2
ON
NO
ON delay
D
Setting time
O3
ON delay
Setting time
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C
Logic
changeover
D
E
Chopping
Output port
OF
OF
ON
ON
Full wave time
Duty
Full wave time
Setting value x 10ms
ALL=100% ON
66L =66% ON(8ms ON/4ms OFF)
66H =66% ON(4ms ON/2ms OFF)
50L =50% ON(4ms ON/4ms OFF)
50H =50% ON(2ms ON/2ms OFF)
33 =33% ON(2ms ON/4ms OFF)
17 =17% ON(2ms ON/10ms OFF)
8 = 8% ON(2ms ON/22ms OFF)
Input/output setting mode
(7). Explanation of operation (output control section)
The operation of the signal output from the physical output RAM is selected and then the signal is
connected to the output port F point.
A point: Logic operation selection
(1) When "normal"(NO) is selected, the input waveform is connected.
(2) When "alternate"(AL) is selected, the signal will alternately turn ON and OFF, turning ON at the
first rising edge and OFF at the next rising edge.
Input signal
01
Normal
A
Alternate
A
B point: ON delay setting
(1) When "invalid" is selected, the same signal as the A point will be output to the D point.
(2) When "valid" is selected, the waveform will rise after the {set value x 10(ms)} time (*1) set with
the A point input waveform. (ON delay)
Input signal
A
Invalid
B
Valid
*1
Delay time to ON
B
Setting value(*1) x 10(ms)
C point: OFF delay setting
(1) When "invalid" is selected, the same signal as the C point will be output to the D point.
(2) When "valid" is selected, the ON time will be delayed by the {set value x 10(ms)} time (*2) set
with the C point input waveform.
Input signal
B
Invalid
C
Valid
C
*2
Delay time to OFF
Setting value(*2) x 10(ms)
D point: Logic setting
(1) When "normal" is selected, the C point signal will be output to the D point without any changes.
(2) When "reverse" is selected, the C point signal will be output to the D point.
Input signal
Normal
Reverse
C
D
Signal reversal
D
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Input/output setting mode
E point: Chopping setting
(1) When "invalid" is selected, the D point signal will be output to the E point without any changes.
(2) When "valid" is selected, the signal will turn ON for the time (set value x 10) set with [*T] at the
F point signal rising edge.
After that, the square-wave of the duty rate set with [*C] will be output.
Input signal
D
Invalid
E
Valid
E
Full wave time
Duty
Duty
Setting value x 10(ms)
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ALL=ALL=100% ON
66L=66% ON (8ms ON/4ms OFF)
66H=66% ON (4ms ON/2ms OFF)
50L=50% ON (4ms ON/4ms OFF)
50H=50% ON (2ms ON/2ms OFF)
33 =33% ON (2ms ON/4ms OFF)
17 =17% ON (2ms ON/10ms OFF)
8 = 8% ON (2ms ON/22ms OFF)
Input/output setting mode
[11] Input/output setting mode
(1) Input signal setting table
Serial
No.
Function
1
FSP
2
FSM
3
FP1
4
FM1
5
FP2
6
FM2
7
IFR
Specifications
Each time the input signal (FSP) is turned ON, the presser output [1], [2], [3], [4], [5],
[6], [7] and [8] will turn <<ON>> in sequence.
When the ["valid presser number setting (FN)" is set to "1" for the program/presser
mode], this input signal (FSP) will be invalid.
Each time the input signal (FSM) is turned ON, the presser output [8], [7], [6], [5], [4],
[3], [2] and [1] will turn <<ON>> in sequence.
When the ["valid presser number setting (FN)" is set to "1" for the program/presser
mode], this input signal (FSM) will be invalid.
Each time the input signal (FP1) is turned ON, the presser output [1], [2], [3] and [4]
will turn <<ON>> in sequence.
If either of the following is established, this input signal (FP1) will be invalid:
[When "number of presser division setting (OFB)" in the program/pressure mode is
set to NO or 4]
[When the "valid presser number for divided presser setting (F21N)" is set to 1]
Each time the input signal (FM1) is turned ON, the presser output [4], [3], [2] and [1]
will turn <<ON>> in sequence.
If either of the following is established, this input signal (FM1) will be invalid:
[When "number of presser division setting (OFB)" in the program/pressure mode is
set to NO or 4]
[When the "valid presser number for divided presser setting (F21N)" is set to 1]
Each time the input signal (FP2) is turned ON, the presser output [5], [6], [7] and [8]
will turn <<ON>> in sequence.
If either of the following is established, this input signal (FP2) will be invalid:
[When "number of presser division setting (OFB)" in the program/pressure mode is
set to NO or 4]
[When the "valid presser number for divided presser setting (F22N)" is set to 1]
Each time the input signal (FM2) is turned ON, the presser output [8], [7], [6] and [5]
will turn <<ON>> in sequence.
If either of the following is established, this input signal (FM2) will be invalid:
[When "number of presser division setting (OFB)" in the program/pressure mode is
set to NO or 4]
[When the "valid presser number for divided presser setting (F22N)" is set to 1]
When the input signal (IFR) is ON, all (ON state) presser outputs will turn <<OFF>>.
Each time the input signal (A2F) is turned ON, the following operations (1), (2) and
(3) will be repeated in sequence.
Note that this is valid only when the [pneumatic type two stage clamp setting (AF2.)]
function in the program mode is set to [ON].
(1) When the input signal (A2F) is turned ON [first time], the pneumatic type two
stage clamp low pressure output (AFL) will turn <<ON>>, and the pneumatic type
two stage clamp residual pressure removal output (AFE) will turn <<OFF>>.
8
A2F
(2) When the input signal (A2F) is turned ON [second time], the pneumatic type two
stage clamp low pressure output (AFL) will turn <<OFF>>, pneumatic type two
stage clamp high pressure output (AFH) will turn <<ON>>.
(3) When the input signal (A2F) is turned ON [third time], the pneumatic type two
stage clamp high pressure output (AFH) will turn <<OFF>>, and the and the
pneumatic type two stage clamp residual pressure removal output (AFE) will turn
<<ON>>.
When the input signal (IF1) turns ON, the presser output 1 (OF1) will turn ON. When
9…16 IF1…IF8 the input signal (IF1) is turned ON again, the presser output (OF1) will turn OFF.
(Same for IF2 to IF8).
When the input signal (F1C) is ON, output (ON) of the presser output 1 (OF1) will be
prohibited.
17…24 F1C…F8C [Operation of the presser output 1 input signal (IF1) is invalidated.]
(Same for F2C to F8C).
When the input signal (OFC) is ON, output of the presser output 1 (OF1) to presser
output 8 (OF8) are all prohibited.
25
OFC
[Operation of the presser output 1 input signal (IF1) to presser output 8 input signal
(IF8) is invalidated.]
When the input signal (WC) is ON, output of the wiper output (W) is prohibited.
26
WC
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Input/output setting mode
Serial
No.
Function
27
TC
28
S6
29
HPC
30
--1
Specifications
When the input signal (TC) is ON, the thread trimming operation output [thread
trimming output (T)], [thread release output (L)], and [wiper output (W)] output are all
prohibited.
If the input signal (S6) turns ON while the sewing machine is running, the sewing
machine will stop. Operation will resume when the signal is turned OFF.
If the input signal (S6) is turned ON during thread trimming, after the thread is
trimmed, operation will not resume until this input signal (S6) is turned OFF.
When the input signal (HPC) is ON, home position return operations will be
prohibited.
Use prohibited
When [program/thread breakage sensor mode "needle thread breakage sensor
valid/invalid setting (S1) is ON]:
If the input signal (THS) is input (ON) during sewing, the sewing machine will
halt according to the value set for the number of invalid stitches for the halt
sensor, and a message code [M-21] will appear. (State can be recovered.)
31
THS
When [program/thread breakage sensor mode "needle thread breakage sensor
valid/invalid setting (S1) is OFF]:
Even if the input signal (THS) is input (ON) during sewing, the sewing machine
will not stop.
If the input signal (ARS) is turned ON during stitching (while the power is ON), the
sewing machine will stop, and the error [ERR-025] will appear. (This state cannot be
32
ARS
recovered. Turn the power OFF.)
When the input signal (IO0) turns ON, the virtual output signal 0 (OT0) will turn ON
33…48 IO0…IOF at any time. (Same for IO1 to IOF)
Nothing will happen even if the input signal NO is turned ON.
49
NO
50
SRT
51
HP
52
WID
53
JGP
54
JGM
55
STP
56
BC
57
CCL
58
SRC
59
CCU
60
CCD
61
UAD
62
UDC
63
DAD
64
DDC
When the input signal (SRT) is turned ON, the sewing machine will start stitching.
If the presser is OFF (raised), this signal will be invalidated.
When the input signal (HP) is turned ON, the home position return operation will be
executed. Note that there is an invalid timing, such as when the sewing machine is
running.
When the input signal (WID) is turned ON, the mode will change from the [normal
mode] to the [bobbin winding mode].
When the input signal (JGP) is turned ON, the presser will move (jog) in the forward
direction.
[Same operation as jog key (forward direction) on the panel.]
When the input signal (JGM) is turned ON, the presser will move (jog) in the reverse
direction.
[Same operation as jog key (reverse direction) on the panel.]
When the input signal(STP) is turned ON, the sewing machine will halt.
[Same operation as turning ON the HALT switch on the sewing machine head.]
The needle will stop just before the fabric to confirm the position for puncturing the
fabric with the needle. Each time the input signal (BC) is turned ON, the operation
will be repeated in the order of 1. [Forward run] , 2. [Reverse run] , 3. [Forward run].
If the start switch is then turned ON and the next stitching data indicates stitching,
operation will start from that position. If the next stitching data indicates non-stitching
feed, M-20 will appear. Raise the needle to the UP position once, and then turn the
start switch ON.
[This can be adjusted with the [needle DOWN angle setting] in the function mode.]
When the input signal (CCL) is turned ON, the counter will be cleared. [Same
operation as [Counter Clear] key.]
The clearing method is determined by the counter mode setting in the program
mode.
When the input signal (SRC) is turned ON, start stitching with the start input signal
(SRT) will be prohibited.
When the input signal (CCU) is turned ON, the up counter will be cleared.
When the input signal (CCD) is turned ON, the down counter will be cleared.
When the input signal (UAD) is turned ON, the up counter will increment by one.
When the input signal (UDC) is turned ON, the up counter will decrement by one.
When the input signal (DAD) is turned ON, the down counter will increment by one.
When the input signal (DDC) is turned ON, the down counter will decrement by one.
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Input/output setting mode
(2) Output signal setting table
Serial
No.
Function
Specifications
When the input signal (IO0) that outputs to the virtual output 0 is turned ON, the
virtual output signal (OT0) will turn ON at any time.
(Same for OT1 to OTF)
When the pattern data function code 1 data (FNC1) is read in during sewing, the
17...24 FN1...FN8
function code 1 output signal (FN1) will be reversed <<ON/OFF>>
* When function code 1 data (FNC1) is read in at an odd number:
[The function code 1 output signal (FN1) will turn <<ON>>.]
* When function code 1 data (FNC1) is read in at an even number:
[The function code 1 output signal (FN1) will turn <<OFF>>.]
(Same for FN2 to FN8)
When the presser input signal 1 (IF1) is turned ON, the presser output signal 1
25...32 OF1...OF8
(OF1) will turn ON. When the presser input signal 1 (IF1) is turned ON, the presser
output signal 1 (OF1) will turn OFF.
(Same for OF2 to OF8)
Nothing is output.
1...16
OT0...OTF
33
NO
34
T
35
L
36
W
37
PF
38
AFL
39
AFH
40
AFE
41
DHP
42
D2H
43
RED
44
DSW
45
SP
46
TSE
47
END
48
DCS
49
DST
50
HPO
51
ERR
52
CUE
The thread trimming output signal will turn [ON/OFF].
The thread release output signal will turn [ON/OFF].
The wiper output signal will turn [ON/OFF].
The presser foot output signal will turn [ON/OFF].
When the pneumatic type two stage clamp input signal (A2F) is turned ON [first
time], the pneumatic type two stage clamp low pressure output (AFL) will turn ON.
Note that this is valid when the [pneumatic type two stage clamp setting (AF2)] in the
[G] mode is set to [ON].
When the pneumatic type two stage clamp input signal (A2F) is turned ON [second
time], the pneumatic type two stage clamp high pressure output (AFH) will turn ON.
Note that this is valid when the [pneumatic type two stage clamp setting (AF2)] in the
[G] mode is set to [ON].
When the pneumatic type two stage clamp input signal (A2F) is turned ON [second
time], the pneumatic type two stage clamp excess presser release output (AFE) will
turn ON. Note that this is valid when the [pneumatic type two stage clamp setting
(AF2)] in the [G] mode is set to [ON].
The home position output signal (DHP) will turn ON when the sewing machine is
stopped at the home position.
[Note that this will turn on at the virtual home position instead of the mechanical
home position when free home position or home position correction is executed.]
The secondary home position output signal (D2H) will turn ON when the sewing
machine is stopped at the secondary home position.
If the sewing machine can be driven (the presser is lowered (ON)), when the start
switch is pressed, the READY output signal (RED) will turn ON.
When the sewing machine is stitching (including non-stitching feed), the during
stitching signal (DSW) will turn ON.
When the sewing machine starts to rotate after feed without stitching, the output
signal (SP) will turn ON.
The thread trimming start output signal (TSE) will turn ON when the thread trimming
operation starts.
The stitching end output signal (END) will turn ON when one stitching pattern is
completed.
When the sewing machine is halted with the HALT code data (UST, DST) during
stitching, the HALT (code) output signal (DCS) will turn ON.
The halted output signal (DST) will turn ON while the sewing machine is halted.
The during home return output signal (HPO) will turn ON while the sewing machine
is returning to the home position.
The error occurrence detection output signal (ERR) will turn ON when and error or
message occurs.
When the up counter count value matches the set value, the count up completed
output signal (CUE) will turn ON.
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Input/output setting mode
Serial
No.
Function
53
CDE
54
DTS
55
--1
56
DRT
57
DN
58
CB
59
UP
60
PWR
Specifications
When the down counter count value reaches [0], the count down complete output
signal (CDE) will turn ON.
When the sewing machine is stopped due to thread breakage detection, the stopped
due to needle thread breakage detection output signal (DTS) will turn ON.
Use prohibited.
The sewing machine rotating output signal (DRT) will turn ON while the sewing
machine is rotating.
The DOWN position output signal (DN) will turn ON when the DOWN position signal
is input from the detector.
This is the buzzer output signal for notifying that a sewing machine error or message
has occurred.
The UP position output signal (UP) will turn ON when the UP position signal is input
from the detector.
This is the power ON output signal.
[11]-4
Program mode list
[12] Program mode list
Changing to the program mode
When using the LCD panel, refer to the section " Operation panel section[16] Program mode ". When using the 7-segment
operation panel keys, refer to pages " Control unit section[8]-3 to [8] -4".
* For item (*1), there is no LCD panel program mode item. Change to each mode using the 7-segment operation panel keys.
Depending on the item, the other LCD panel functions can be operated. (For example, [O1L] in the "output signal" item can be
operated from the "input/output setting mode".)
Table explanation
[ type ]
[ symbol ]
[ function name ]
Wiper
WIP
W1
W2
Home position
Wiper ON/OFF
Wiper output (W) output start time
Wiper output (W) output time
4(1)
B34
B35
HPM
HPC
HPF
Slow start
S
SL
SLN
[mode]
Slow start speed
Slow start setting
Number of slow start stitches
B44
B45
B46
HPK
2HS
FHP
Clamp
RPT
RP(1-8)
WHY
FSR
1PD
1T
Start/stop even if work holder is not
lowered
Repeat sewing setting
Work holder 1-8 repeat sewing setting
Work holder order of priority setting
All cancel during step over operation
1-pedal specification setting
1-pedal timer setting
(1-8)A
Work holder 1-8 ON delay timer setting
OST
(1-8)B
OFB
FN
CF
F21N
F22N
CF1
CF2
F4BN
F4SN
AF2
Work holder 1-8 OFF delay timer
setting
Number of Work holder division setting
Number of rated Work holder setting
Work holder sequence setting
Valid Work holder number setting for
divided Work holder (OF1…OF4)
Valid Work holder number setting for
divided Work holder (OF5…OF8)
Work holder sequence setting for
divided Work holder (OF1…OF4)
Work holder sequence setting for
divided Work holder (OF5…OF8)
Valid number setting of Work holder
blocks
Number of block steps setting
Pneumatic type two stage work holder
selection
CHS
G40
G1
G(2-9)
G10
G11
G12
G13
G(1421)
G(2229)
G30
G31
G32
YU
YD
Sewing area limit cancel
[X axis left side] area limit setting
[X axis right side] area limit setting
[Y axis back side] area limit
modification
[Y axis front side] area limit
modification
R8
U8
D8
Reverse run needle UP function after
thread trimming
RU reverse angle setting
Needle UP position stop angle
Needle DOWN position stop angle
Bobbin winding speed
Bobbin winding operation setting
Bobbin winding operation time
STN
STS
ST2
STP
STL
G36
CUP
CDN
UCM
G38
G39
DCM
PCM
CN
UCC
A1
X5
X6
A11
A12
A14
A15
A16
A17
X9
X10
A13
Feed data stop state at HALT switch
operation
Needle stop state at HALT switch
operation
Various output hold at HALT switch
operation
HALT switch two-press operation
Power operation at HALT switch
operation
Work holder raise operation when
stopped with HALT code
Double-drop prevention after HALT
A2
A3
A4
A5
A7
A8
A9
Counter
G37
DCC
USC
X7
DSC
X8
Increment (UP) counter function
Decrement (DN) counter function
Increment (UP) counter setting value
clear method
Decrement (DN) counter setting value
clear method
Counter clear method at power ON
Number of stitches count function
Increment (UP) counter count value
correction prohibit
Decrement (DN) counter count value
correction prohibit
Sewing work with increment (UP)
counter
Sewing work with decrement (DN)
counter
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
Brakes
B5
B6
B7
B8
WBK
BKM
BNR
BKT
PW
Weak brake setting
Weak brake function setting
Weak brake noise setting
Brake time setting
Weak brake operation time during
presser bar lifting operation
B1
B2
B3
B4
X23
Presser foot
Bobbin winding
W
WSM
WT
STF
G34
G35
A10
HALT
STD
Needle position
RU
HPS
G33
Sewing area
ALC
XL
XR
SHX
SHY
Home position return method at HALT
Home position return prohibit at power
ON
Automatic home position return
operation prohibition
Reset key setting
Temporary stop method at secondary
home position
Free home position usage method
Home position correct selection at
sewing data read
[X axis] limit sensor home position return
[Y axis] limit sensor home position return
Setting for presser foot state of home
return operation after power ON
B47
B48
B49
PD
PU
UW
BPF
[12]-1
Presser bar lifting timer 1 (lowering)
setting
Presser bar lifting timer 2 (rising) setting
Presser bar lifting timer 3 (rising) setting
Setting of presser foot when baste is
sewn and the feed moves
B36
B37
B38
B26
Program mode list
Tread trimming sensor
S1
S2
S3
B
TST
Needle thread breakage sensor
valid/invalid
Number of stitches to invalidate thread
breakage sensor at stitching start
Number of stitches to invalidate needle
thread breakage sensor during stitching
Needle thread breakage sensor
operation speed setting
Thread trimming valid/invalid at needle
thread breakage sensor detection
LCD panel
4(3)
4(3)
4(3)
4(4)
4(5)
WEL
WEM
WEH
THI
TL
TM
TH
FED
FEM
FES
FSM
TYA
Work holder weight selection
Setting value for Work holder weight
(WET) = [L] selection
Setting value for Work holder weight
(WET) = [M] selection
Setting value for Work holder weight
(WET) = [H] selection
Fabric thickness selection
Setting value for fabric thickness (THI)
= [L] selection
Setting value for fabric thickness (THI)
= [M] selection
Setting value for fabric thickness (THI)
= [H] selection
Feed setting
Feed data mode selection
Feed data speed simple setting
Smooth feed data setting
Teaching arrow MAX movement
amount (multiplication) setting
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B23
B24
B25
Maximum speed
Minimum speed
Medium-high speed
Medium-low speed
LLM
T1
T2
L1
L2
T
ETC
TRM
LP
Thread trimming output (T) output
mode
Thread release output (L) output mode
Thread trimming output (T) output start
time/angle
Thread trimming output (T) output
time/end angle
Thread release output (L) output start
time/angle
Thread release output (L) output
time/end angle
Thread trimming speed
Thread trimming cancel at needle
lifting with needle UP key setting
Thread trimming ON/OFF
Setting for tension release outputs time
length at presser foot rise
B39
B40
B41
B42
STO
SUU
Step pointer clear at setting table
changeover setting
Step operation ON/OFF
Number of execution lines per main
loop
8D
Feed start angle setting
Feed end angle setting
Feed end angle setting at low speed
Angle display from needle DOWN
position
UJC
Jog key function setting
Jog key valid setting at position other
than needle UP position stop
1A
1B
1T
1C
GA
MIL
APC
POF
AER
PFL
B29
LH
B30
LCK
B31
PTC
B32
SCP
B43
DFR
A6
1
2
3
4
I1
UP
DN
XH
YH
ECA
ECB
CRS
O1O
O1D
P
M
DV
T
BV
4(2)
B33
N2
N1
N3
B19
B20
B21
B22
Jog
JGM
O1
O1L
O1C
O1M
O1D
O1E
B28
Feed angle
S8
E8
T8
(*1)[I1] Input function selection
(*1)[I1] Input logic changeover
(*1)[I1] Input operation selection
C1
C2
K1
Output signal
ASC
B27
Step
STE
A31
X29
X30
X31
X32
X33
X34
X35
X36
(*1)[O1] Output function selection
(*1)[O1] Output logic changeover
(*1)[O1] Output chopping function
(*1)[O1] Output operation selection 1
(*1)[O1] Output ON delay setting
(*1)[O1] Output OFF delay setting
(*1)[O1] Setting of delay time to output
ON/pulse output OFF time
(*1)[O1] Setting of ON time/pulse
output ON time
(*1)[O1] Setting of output full wave
output time
(*1)[O1] Setting of output chopping
duty
D1
D2
D3
L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
L6
L7
Miscellaneous
Thread trimming timing
LTM
I1
I1L
I1M
X37
Sewing speed
H
L
M
N
LCD panel buzzer cancel
LCD panel connection
LCD panel backlight OFF function
LCD panel display color
Key explanation display
Standard mode background selection
Key chattering setting
LCD panel contrast
LCD panel backlight OFF time
Input signal
Feed method
WET
KBC
LCD
LOF
LNN
LHP
KNO
CTR
CNR
R
A19
A20
SV
Gain high/low changeover function
Milling mode ON/OFF
Sewing data designation with terminal
block input function
Offset value selection for sewing data
designation with terminal block input
The sewing speed is specified by the
external input.
Error code output with output function
Internal memory overwrite prohibit
Maximum stitch length for continuous
sewing
Program Change from Setting Panel
Prohibit Setting
Change in setting table number from
the sewing data
Permutation of short cut button
Method of reading the needlework data
from floppy disk (Overwrite / Append)
(*1)error code
(*1)error code
(*1)error code
(*1)error code
(*1)Input display
(*1)Input display
(*1)Input display
(*1)Input display
(*1)Input display
(*1)Input display
(*1)Input display
(*1)Input display
(*1)Output
(*1)Output
(*1) Cumulative power ON time display
(*1) Motor power ON time display
(*1) Setting table version No.
(*1) Model display
(*1) System ROM version No. display
(*1) System software version No.
display
Special << Do not use >>
[12]-2
B9
N4
X24
X25
X26
X27
A32
X38
4(6)
A18
B50
B51
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E30
E31
E32
E33
E34
E35
E36
E37
E61
E85
E86
E87
E88
E89
E90
13. Error Display
1.Power [OFF] Display
*.An [error code No.] lights on the display of the setting panel and the explanation is displayed in the liquid crystal panel.
*. When an [error code No.] is displayed, confirm the [error code No.] and investigate the cause according to the following table.
Error Code
Display
Function name
Power [off] display
PWR.OF
Halt switch [on]
STOP
Probable cause
*.Displayed when the power is turned [off].
While this display is on, power can be turned [on] again.
*.Power source wiring OK?
[Message] It is a termination.
*.Turn [on] the halt switch.
*.Is the halt switch wiring broken(connection failure)?
[Message] HALT SW IS PRESSED
Inspection
*.The display will automatically turn off after a certain time.
*.Check the halt switch wiring.
*.Turn [off] the halt switch.
*.Check the halt switch wiring.
2.[E-**] error code (Restoration impossible)
*. When the control panel detects an error, an [error code No.]lights on the display of the setting panel, and the [buzzer] sounds continuously.
*. When an [error code No.] is displayed, confirm the [error code No.] and investigate according to the following table.
*. The machine can be restored to the [normal mode] by turning [OFF] the power once and turning it On again.
[13]-1
Error Code
Display
Function name
Probable cause
Inspection
E-001
Main Motor over current trip
Power [off]
*.Is the wire to the motor short-circuited?
*.Is the sewing machine load torque too high?
[Message] MOTOR OVERCURRENT DETECTION WORKED.
*.Check the motor wiring.
*.Check the sewing machine.
E-002
Over Voltage Power
Power [off]
*.Is the power voltage too high?
*.Is the sewing machine inertia too high?
[Message] OVERCURRENT DETECTION WORKED.
*.Check the power voltage.
E-003
Encoder error
Power [off]
*.Is the connector to the motor encoder securely inserted?
*.Are the signals from the motor encoder correct?
*.Belt ok?
*.Is the sewing machine locked?
*.Is the motor locked?
[Message] ENCODER DEFECT POWER OFF
*.Check the connector insertion.
*.Check the encoder signals.
*.Check the belt.
*.Check the sewing machine.
*.Check the motor.
E-004
Motor connector error
Power [off]
*.Is the connector of the motor completely inserted?
*.Is not the signal of the connector of the motor disconnected?
[Message] MOTOR CONNECTER ERROR
*.Check the connector insertion.
*.Check the connector.
E-008
The detector is abnormal.
Power [off]
*.Is the connector of the position detector firmly inserted?
*.Is not the signal of the position detector disconnected?
[Message] THE DETECTOR BREAKS OR THE SIGNAL CUTS.
*.The connector is examined.
*.The signal is examined.
E-009
The solenoid is abnormal.
Power [off]
*.Is not the signal of the position detector disconnected?
*.The solenoid is defective. (rolling wire defect)
[Message] THE SOLENOID BREAKS.
*.The connector is examined.
*.The signal is examined.
E-010
The home position sensor is
abnormal. Power [off]
*.Does the wiring for the home position sensor Is disconnected or
it not short-circuited?
*.Is not the model mistaken?
*.The wiring for the home position sensor is examined.
*.The model is examined.
*.Examines with (Home position/encoder /detector
confirmation) of
[Message] STATE OF HOME SENSOR DOES NOT CHANGE.
input/output setting mode. (When connect the liquid crystal
panel)
[13]-2
E-011
The memory is abnormal.
Power [off]
*.Information could not saved correctly at the last power off
[Message] INFORMATION COULD NOT SAVED CORRECTLY AT
THE LAST POWER OFF
*.Please install system software again.
E-020
The liquid crystal panel is
abnormal. Power [off]
*. Does the wiring for the liquid crystal panel Is disconnected or
it not short-circuited?
[Message] LCD PANEL CONNECTION ERROR
*.The wiring for the liquid crystal panel is examined.
E-025
Air pressure low Power [off]
*.Air pressure low detection input signal (ARS) has been input.
[Message] LESS PRESSURE
*.Turn [off] the power and remove failure portion.
E-026
[PMD]over current trip
Power [off]
*.Is the stepping motor wiring broken(connection failure, short circuit)?
[Message] PMD OVER
*.Check the stepping motor wiring.
3.[M-**] message code (Restoration possible)
*. When the control board presses the confirmation, the message code number lights to display panel of a set panel and the explanation is displayed in the liquid crystal panel. (The buzzer) rings intermittent.
*.When an [error code No.] is displayed, confirm the [message code No.] and investigate according to the following table.
*.The machine can be restored to [normal mode] by turning [on] the [C] key after confirming the content of the [message code].
Error Code
(Display)
Message(state etc.)
Sub-message (corresponding method etc.)
[13]-3
M-001
*.The sewing machine has stopped at a stop position away from the normal UP stop position.
(Away by more than [+20 degrees] due to the sewing machine pulley.)
[Message] NEEDLE NOT UP POSITION
*.When the [C] key is turned [ON], the needle rotates in the forward direction and
stops at the normal UP stop position.
[Sub Message] MAKE THE NEEDLE A UP POSITION
M-002
*.The needle thread trimming detection input signal (THS) has been input [ON].
[Message] NEEDLE THREAD BROKEN
*.Thread the needle thread and turn [ON] the [C] key.
[Sub Message] PLEASE PASS THE UPPER THREAD THROUGH THE NEEDLE
M-003
*.The presser foot is rising [OFF].
[Message] CLUMP UP POSITION
*.Lower [ON] the presser foot.
[Sub Message] TURN ON THE FOOT SWITCH (BLACK FOOT SWITCH)
M-004
*.The production number ((UP) counter) has reached the set value.
[Message] UP COUNTER SETTING VALUE UP
*.Turn [ON] the [C] key (enter key) and cancel.
[Sub Message]
M-005
*.(DOWN)counter has reached the set value.
[Message] DOWN COUNTER SETTING VALUE UP
*.Turn [ON] the [C] key (enter key) and cancel.
[Sub Message]
M-006
*.There is no sewing data in the current data area of the internal memory.
[Message] PATTERN DATA NOTHING
*.Turn [ON] the [C] key, and after turn [ON] the [D] key and read the pattern.
[Sub Message] READING OR TEACHING INPUT
M-007
[Message] NOT HOME POSITION CAN'T OPERATE
*.Turn [ON] the [H] key (return key).
[Sub Message] PRESS HOME KEY
M-008
[Message] SERIAL DATA TRANSMITTING...(RS232C)
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-009
[Message] SERIAL DATA RECEIVING...(RS232C)
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-010
[Message] HALT SW IS PRESSED
[Sub Message] PLEASE ROTATE THE HALT SWITCH RIGHT AND TURN OFF
M-011
[Message] PLEASE RUN SEWING MACHINE
[Sub Message] PLEASE ROTATE THE SEWING MACHINE BY THE WINDER
OR SEWING
M-012
[Message] HALT SW IS PRESSED POWER ON
[Sub Message] PLEASE TURN OFF THE POWER SUPPLY
M-013
[Message] NOW KEY LOCK
M-014
[Message] FUNCTION PROHIBITION SETTING (UCC) OF PRESENT VALUE IS ON
[Sub Message] PLEASE TURN OFF SETTING (UCC) WHEN CORRECTING.
M-015
[Message] FUNCTION PRO HIBITION SETTING (DCC) OF PRESENT VALUE IS ON
[Sub Message] PLEASE TURN OFF SETTING (DCC) WHEN CORRECTING.
M-016
[Message] VALUE IS EXCEEDING THE SET VALUE NOW
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT SMALL VALUE FROM SET VALUE TO PRESENT
VALUE NOW.
M-017
[Message] STOPPING AT DWON POSITION
[Sub Message] NEEDLE BAR MOVES TO THE UP POSITION WITH NEEDLE
RISE KEY.
M-018
[Message] THE SETTING TABLE NUMBER IS CHANGED
[Sub Message] THE SET TABLE NUMBER IS SET IN THIS SEWING DATA
[13]-4
M-019
[Message] END CODE IN THIS SEWING DATA IS NOT FOUND
[Sub Message] PLEASE ADD END CODE IN INPUT MODE OR MODIFY MODE
M-020
[Message] START INPUT SIGNAL IS ON
[Sub Message] PLEASE TURN OFF START INPUT SIGNAL
M-021
[Message] CLAMP INPUT SIGNAL IS ON
[Sub Message] PLEASE TURN OFF CLAMP INPUT SIGNAL
M-028
[Message] It is a termination
[Sub Message] SEE YOU AGAIN!
M-040
[Message] STEP SEQUENCE ILLEGAL SETTING DATA
[Sub Message] PLEASE CORRECT THE STEP SEQUENCE
M-041
[Message] STEP DATA NOTHING
[Sub Message] PLEASE MAKE THE STEP SEQUENCE
M-042
[Message] S6 SIGNAL INPUT THEN MACHINE NOT START
[Sub Message] PLEASE RELEASE THE S6 SIGNAL.
M-043
[Message] START PROHIBIT SIGNAL INPUT THEN MACHINE NOT START
[Sub Message] PLEASE RELEASE THE START PROHIBIT INPUT SIGNAL.
M-044
[Message] COUNT UP THEN MACHINE NOT START
[Sub Message] PLEASE CLEAR THE COUNTER.
M-050
[Message] PRESS HOME KEY
M-051
[Message] ILLEGAL SETTING
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT A CORRECT VALUE
M-052
[Message] TOO LARGE SETTING VALUE
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT THE VALUE WITHIN THE RANGE
M-053
[Message] TOO SMALL SETTING VALUE
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT THE VALUE WITHIN THE RANGE
M-054
[Message] CAN NOT FIND DATA
[Sub Message] THERE IS NO DATA
M-055
*.The stitch number exceeds the preset No. of stitches.
[Message] TOO MANY STITCHES
*.Decrease the No. of stitches or change [A] mode
[sewing data No. of divisions setting (FLB.)]
[Sub Message] PLEASE DECREASE THE NUMBER OF STITCH
M-056
[Message] OUT OF DATA NUMBER
[Sub Message] PLEASE DECREASE THE INPUT POINT
M-057
*.A pattern that exceeds the area limit value has been read in.
[Message] OUT OF AREA LIMIT
*.Change the following function setting accordingly. Change the [A] mode [sewing
area limit cancel (ALC.)] function to [ON] setting.
[Sub Message] PLEASE MAKE THE DATA IN THE AREA LIMIT
M-058
[Message] TOO SMALL STITCH
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT THE VALUE WITHIN THE RANGE
M-059
[Message] TOO LARGE STITCH
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT THE VALUE WITHIN THE RANGE
M-060
[Message] ALREADY SET SECOND HOME
[Sub Message] ONLY ONE SECOND HOME POSITION POINT CAN BE INPUT
M-061
[Message] DATA WRITING TO MEMORY.....
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-062
[Message] TOO LARGE FEED STITCH
[Sub Message] PLEASE SET FEED WITHIN 0.1-12.0mm
M-063
[Message] NUMBER OF SKIP JOG IS TOO FEW OR IT IS TOO MANY
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT THE VALUE WITHIN THE RANGE
M-064
[Message] IT WAS NOT POSSIBLE TO OPERATE
[Sub Message] PLEASE DECREASE INPUT POINT AND INPUT AGAIN
M-065
[Message] PRESS HOME KEY
M-066
[Message] DATA TYPE IS DIFFERENT
[Sub Message] PLEASE CONFIRM DATA TYPE
[13]-5
M-067
[Message] CURVE DATA WAS NOT ABLE TO BE MADE
[Sub Messa ge] PLEASE INPUT AGAIN REFERRING TO CURVE INPUT NOTES
M-068
[Message] IT IS DURING THE IMAGE DISPLAY PREPARATION.....
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-069
[Message] THERE IS THE SECONT HOME POSITION IN THE PATTERN DATA
[Sub Message] PLEASE RETURN TO HOME POSITION
M-070
[Message] CURVE DATA WAS NOT ABLE TO BE MADE FROM INPUT POINT
OR AN OFFSET/MULTIPLE POINT
[Sub Message] PLEASE REVIEW INPUT POINT
M-071
[Message] THERE IS NO DELETED DATA.
M-072
[Message] THE TR IS NOT INPUT AND CANNOT BE ADDED TO THIS POSITION.
M-073
[Message] THE SAME CODE AS THE DATA JUST BEFORE IS NOT INPUT OR
CANNOT BE ADDED.
M-074
[Message] THE 2HP IS NOT INPUT AND CANNOT BE ADDEDTO THIS POSITION.
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT AND ADD THE 2HP AFTER FEED
M-075
[Message] THE END IS NOT INPUT AND CANNOT BE ADDED TO THIS POSITION.
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT AND ADD THE END AFTER FEED OR TRIM
M-076
[Message] THE CIRCLE OR THE ARC WAS NOT MADE FROM THE INPUT POINT.
[Sub Message] PLEASE REVIEW INPUT POINT
M-077
[Message]THE MULTIPLE BACK TAKING CANNOT BE SPECIFIED.
[Sub Message]THE MULTIPLE BACK TAKING CAN BE USED ONLY FOR THE
FIGURE WHERE CIRCLE, CURVE, AND BROKEN LINE SHUT.
M-078
[Message] PLEASE PUSH THE HOME KEY. AFTER RETURNING TO HOME POSITION.
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE AFTER PUSHING THE HOME KEY.
M-079
[Message] PLEASE PUSH THE HOME KEY. AFTER RETURNING TO HOME POSITION.
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE AFTER PUSHING THE HOME KEY.
M-080
[Message] TOO LARGE STITCH
[Sub Message] PLEASE CHANGE THE PATTERN DATA
M-081
[Message] THERE IS THE SECONT HOME POSITION IN THE PATTERN DATA
[Sub Message] PLEASE RETURN TO HOME POSITION
M-082
[Message] ILLEGAL SETTING
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT A CORRECT VALUE
M-083
[Message] TRIM CODE CAN NOT BE INPUTTED NOR ADDED JUST AFTER
THE NEEDLE DOWN POSITION STOP CODE.
[Sub Message]
M-084
[Message] NEEDLE DOWN POSITION STOP CODE CAN NOT BE INPUTTED NOR
ADDED JUST BEFORE THE TRIM CODE.
[Sub Message]
M-085
[Message] NEEDLE POSITION IS DEVIATED FROM THE NEEDLE COORDINATES
. CAN NOT OPERATE.
[Sub Message] PLEASE RETURN TO HOME POSITION
M-086
[Message] NEEDLE POSITION IS DEVIATED FROM THE NEEDLE COORDINATES.
CAN NOT OPERATE.
[Sub Message] PLEASE RETURN TO HOME POSITION
M-100
[Message] NOW MAKING DATA
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-101
[Message] CALCULATING...
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-102
[Message] MAKE ARC DATA?
M-103
[Message] MAKE CIRCLE DATA?
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT AND ADD THE TRIM AFTER
SEW
[13]-6
M-104
[Message] MAKE CURVE DATA?
M-105
[Message] MAKE BREAK LINE DATA?
M-106
[Message] MOVE TO END DATA
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-120
[Message] MOVE TO START POINT
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-121
[Message] MOVE TO STARTING POSITION
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-122
[Message] A SPECIFIED POSITION IS WRONG
[Sub Message] PLEASE SPECIFY FOLLOWING STITCH FROM START POINT
M-123
[Message] THE AMOUNT OF THE MOVEMENT IS NOT INPUT
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT AMOUNT OF MOVEMENT
M-124
[Message] A SPECIFIED POSITION IS WRONG
[Sub Message] PLEASE SPECIFY SEWING DATA
M-125
[Message] A SPECIFIED POSITION IS WRONG
[Sub Message] PLEASE SPECIFY SEWING AND FEED DATA
M-126
[Message] A SPECIFIED POSITION IS WRONG
[Sub Message] PLEASE SPECIFY ONE STITCH FRONT IS SEW OR FEED DATA
M-127
[Message] A SPECIFIED POSITION IS WRONG
[Sub Message] PLEASE SPECIFY PREVIOUS DATA FROM FINAL STITCH
M-128
[Message] A SPECIFIED POSITION IS WRONG
[Sub Message] PLEASE SPECIFY CODE DATA
M-129
[Message] THE SPECIFIED CODE CANNOT BE DELETED.
[Sub Message] THE TRIM CODE CANNOT BE DELETE WHEN THE FORWARD
ARE SEW OR THE BACK ARE FEED.
M-130
[Message] CAN'T FIND SEWING DATA
[Sub Message] THIS FUNCTION CANNOT BE USED
M-140
[Message] CAN'T FIND OFFSET DATA
[Sub Message] THE OFFSET DATA TRANSFORM FUNCTION CANNOT BE
USED
M-141
[Message] CAN'T FIND OVERLAP DATA
[Sub Message] THE MULTIPLE DATA TRANSFORM FUNCTION CANNOT BE
USED
M-142
[Message] TOO SMALL REDUCTION RATIO
[Sub Message] PLEASE DO A CORRECT SETTING
M-143
[Message] TOO LARGE ENLARGEMENT RATIO
[Sub Message] PLEASE DO A CORRECT SETTING
M-144
[Message] THE POINT INPUT DATA CANNOT BE CONVERTED.
[Sub Message] PLEASE SPECIFY SEWING DATA OTHER THAN THE POINT
INPUT.
M-145
[Message] THE POSITION OF START TACKING CANNOT BE CONVERTED
BECAUSE OF THE POINT INPUT DATA.
[Sub Message] PLEASE SPECIFY SEWING DATA OTHER THAN THE POINT
INPUT.
M-146
[Message] THE POSITION OF END TACKING CANNOT BE CONVERTED
BECAUSE OF THE POINT INPUT DATA.
[Sub Message] PLEASE SPECIFY SEWING DATA OTHER THAN THE POINT
INPUT.
M-160
[Message] PLEASE MAKE AREA LIMIT EFFECTIVE
[Sub Message] IT IS DANGEROUS WHEN USING BY THE AREA LIMIT
RELEASE
M-161
[Message] HALT SW IS PRESSED
[Sub Message] PLEASE RELEASE THE HALT SWITCH
M-162
[Message] ILLEGAL NUMBER WAS SET
[Sub Message] PLEASE SETTING AGAIN
[13]-7
M-163
[Message] THE DATA IS BEING CONVERTED INTO A NEW VERSION.
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-200
*.FD is not insert to FDD.
*.System software is broken into built in memory.
[Message] FLOPPY DISK ISN'T IN FLOPPY DISK DRIVE
*. Confirm the floppy disk set in.
*.Read the system software.
[Sub Message] PLEASE INSERT THE FLOPPY DISK.
M-201
*.The floppy disk is write protected.
[Message] FLOPPY DISK IS WRITE PROTECTED
*.Confirm the floppy disk and cancel the unlock the write protection ore use another
floppy disk.
[Sub Message] PLEASE RELEASE THE WRITE-PROTECTION OF THE
FLOPPY DISK.
M-202
*.There is an error in the floppy disk.
[Message] FLOPPY DISK ERROR
*.Use a new floppy disk.
[Sub Message] PLEASE EXCHANGE THE FLOPPY DISK OR FORMAT.
M-203
*. There is a shortage of empty area in the disk.
[Message] AN EMPTY AREA ON FLOPPY DISK IS INSUFFICIENT
*.Check the floppy disk.
[Sub Message] PLEASE EXCHANGE THE FLOPPY DISK OR DELETE T HE FILE.
M-204
*.The specified pattern number could not be found during reading of the pattern from
the floppy disk.
[Message] PATTERN DATA ON FLOPPY DISK IS NOT FOUND
*.Confirm the specified pattern number and execute read in again.
[Sub Message] PLEASE CONFIRM THE FILE NAME AND THE SEWING DATA
NUMBER.
M-205
[Message] FLOPPY DISK FORMATTING..............
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-206
[Message] FLOPPY DISK FORMAT FINISH
M-207
[Message] PATTERN DATA IS WRITTEN ON FLOPPY DISK
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-208
[Message] PATTERN DATA OF FLOPPY DISK IS BEING DELETED
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-209
[Message] PATTERN DATA READING TO FLOPPY DISK.....
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-210
[Message] PATTETRN DATA OVER WRITE TO FLOPPY DISK ?
[Sub Message] FORMER DATA IS DELETED WHEN OVERWRITING.
M-211
[Message] PATTERN DATA DELETE FROM FLOPPY DISK ?
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-212
[Message] CAN THE AMOUNT O F THE HOME CORRECTION BE CONVERTED INTO
THE PATTERN DATA AND ADD ?
[Sub Message] RETURN TO HOME POSITION AFTER WRITING ENDS.
M-213
[Message] THERE IS NO PERTINENT FILE IN THE FLOPPY DISK.
[Sub Message] PLEASE CONFIRM THE FILE OF THE FLOPPY DISK.
M-220
*.Write in to internal memory is prohibited.
[Message] MEMORY IS WRITE PROTECTED
*.Change the [on] setting of [A] mode [internal memory write in prohibit (PFL.)]
function to [of].
[Sub Message] PLEASE RELEASE WRITE-PROTECTION WHEN WRITING.
M-221
*. An error has occurred in the internal memory.
[Message] MEMORY ERROR
*.Return to [normal mode] by turning [on] the [C] key Execute the same operation
again. If message code [M-11] is displayed again, copy the other parts of the
internal memory onto a floppy disk and reformat the internal memory.
[Sub Message] PLEASE FORMAT AN INTERNAL MEMORY.
M-222
*.There is a shortage of internal memory empty area.
[Message] MEMORY IS PATTERN DATA FULL
*.Delete unnecessary patterns or change [A] mode [sewing data No. of divisions
setting ]FLB.)].
[Sub Message] PLEASE DELETE THE SEWING DATA NOT USED.
[13]-8
M-223
*.The specified patter number was not found during reading of the pattern from
the internal memory.
[Message] PATTERN DATA ON MEMORY IS NOT FOUND
*.Confirm the specified pattern number and execute reading again.
[Sub Message] PLEASE CONFIRM THE FILE NAME AND THE SEWING DATA
NUMBER.
M-224
[Message] MEMORY FORMATTING..................
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-225
[Message] MEMORY FORMAT END
M-226
[Message] PARTITION No. OF MEMORY IS ILLEGAL
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-227
[Message] PATTERN DATA WRITING TO MEMORY.....
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-228
[Message] PATTERN DATA DELETING TO MEMORY.....
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-229
[Message] PATTERN DATA READING TO MEMORY.....
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-230
[Message] PATTERN DATA DELETE FROM MEMORY ?
M-231
[Message] PATTERN DATA OVER WRITE TO MEMORY ?
[Sub Message] FORMER DATA IS DELETED WHEN OVERWRITING.
M-232
[Message] MEMORY AREA OVER
[Sub Message] DELETE THE NEEDLESS PATTERN DATA THEN RETRY
THE FUNCTION.
M-233
[Message] MEMORY BROKEN
[Sub Message] THE MEMORY BREAKS. PLEASE INSTALL THE SYSTEM
AGAIN.
M-234
[Message] PATTERN DATA NOT DELETE (THIS PATTERN DATA IS USING)
[Sub Message] THE SELECTED SEWING DATA IS USED NOW.
M-235
[Message] MEMORY FORMAT OK ?
[Sub Message] ALL THE SEWING DATA OF AN INTERNAL MEMORY IS
DELETED.
M-236
[Message] FD FORMAT OK ?
[Sub Message] ALL THE SEWING DATA OF THE FLOPPY DISK IS DELETED.
M-237
[Message] WRITING PROHIBITION IN THE INTERNAL MEMORY.
[Sub Message] RELEASE THE INTERNAL MEMORY READ-ONLY SETTING
WHEN WRITING.
M-238
[Message] THERE IS THE SECOND HOME POSITION IN THE PATTERN DATA
[Sub Message] PLEASE CHANGE THE PATTERN DATA
M-239
[Message] THE AMOUNT OF THE HOME CORRECTION IS WRITTEN ON THE DATA
[Sub Message] WHEN >< IS SELECT,USUAL IS WRITTEN
M-240
[Message] OUT OF AREA LIMIT
[Sub Message] PLEASE CHANGE THE SEWING DATA.
M-241
[Message] WRONG PATTERN DATA WAS SET
[Sub Message] PLEASE CHANGE THE SEWING DATA.
M-242
*.Read protect without home position.
[Message] NOT POSSIBLE TO READ EXCLUDING HOME POSITION
*.Press the [RESET]key.
[Sub Message] PLEASE RETURN TO HOME POSITION
M-243
*.Write protect without home position.
[Message] NOT POSSIBLE TO WRITE EXCLUDING HOME POSITION
*.Press the [RESET]key.
[Sub Message] PLEASE RETURN TO HOME POSITION
M-244
[Message] TOO MANY STITCHES
[Sub Message] PLEASE CHANGE THE SEWING DATA.
M-245
[Message] NOW CHECK SUM.....
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-246
[Message] INPUT FILE NAME
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT THE FILE NAME BY 8 CHARACTERS OR LESS
[13]-9
M-247
[Message] ILLEGAL SETTING PATTERN NO.
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT THE CORRECT SEWING DATA NUMBER.
M-248
[Message] THE LIMIT OF THE SEWING AREA IS EXCEEDED
[Sub Message] IT IS DANGEROUS. PLEASE CHANGE THE NEEDLEWORK
DATA
M-250
[Message] THE PASSWORD IS DIFFERENT
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT AGAIN
M-251
[Message] IT HAVE CHANGED THE SETTING FOR LCD PANEL.
[Sub Message] PLEASE TURN OFF THE POWER SUPPLY
M-252
[Message] PLEASE CLEAR CURRENT COMBINATION FORM
[Sub Message] CURRENT COMBINATION FORM IS CLEARD BY PRESSING
CLR BUTTON
M-270
[Message] Please put oil to the machine head
[Sub Message]
M-271
[Message] Please clean up the sewing machine and around the hook
[Sub Message]
M-272
[Message] Please exchange the V-belt / exchange the timing-belt
[Sub Message]
M-273
[Message] Please do the maintenance of the machine
[Sub Message]
M-274
[Message] Please exchange the bobbin
[Sub Message]
M-275
[Message] Exchanging the bobbin now
[Sub Message] please don't close your hand
M-276
[Message] There is no bobbin
[Sub Message] please set the bobbin to the cassette case
M-277
[Message] Trouble 1 occurred
[Sub Message] please attention
M-278
[Message] Trouble 2 occurred
[Sub Message] please attention
M-279
[Message] Trouble 3 occurred
[Sub Message] please attention
M-280
[Message] Trouble 4 occurred
[Sub Message] please attention
M-281
[Message] Trouble 5 occurred
[Sub Message] please attention
M-300
[Message] PATTERN DATA COPYING FLOPPY DISK TO MEMORY...
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-301
[Message] PATTERN DATA COPYING MEMORY TO FLOPPY DISK...
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-302
[Message] PASSWORD IS DIFFERENT
[Sub Message] PLEASE INPUT AGAIN
M-303
[Message] FLOPPY DISK IS NOT INSERTED
[Sub Message] PLEASE INSERT THE FLOPPY DISK.
M-304
[Message] WRITING IS PROHIBITED IN THE FLOPPY DISK
[Sub Message] PLEASE RELEASE THE WRITE-PROTECTION OF THE FLOPPY
DISK.
M-305
[Message] FLOPPY DISK IS DAMAGED
[Sub Message] PLEASE EXCHANGE THE FLOPPY DISK OR FORMAT.
M-306
[Message] AN EMPTY AREA ON THE FLOPPY DISK IS INSUFFICIENT
[Sub Message] PLEASE EXCHANGE THE FLOPPY DISK OR DELETE THE FILE.
M-307
[Message] MAY I OVERWRITE THE PATTERN DATA ON THE FLOPPY DISK ?
[Sub Message] FORMER DATA IS DELETED WHEN OVERWRITING.
M-308
[Message] FLOPPY DISK IS NOT INSERTED
[Sub Message] PLEASE INSERT THE FLOPPY DISK.
[13]-10
M-309
[Message] THERE IS NO PATTERN DATA
[Sub Message] PLEASE INSERT THE FLOPPY DISK WHICH READ FILE
ENTERED.
M-310
[Message] FINISHED READ PLEASE TURN OFF POWER SUPPLY
[Sub Message] RECLOSING OF POWER SUPPLY IS NECESSARY TO USE
CONTINUOUSLY.
M-311
[Message] THE TABLE FILE IS BEING READ
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-312
[Message] THE STEP FILE IS BEING READ
[Sub Message] PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE
M-313
[Message] THE CLEARNESS AT THE MULTIPLICATION TIME ENDED.
M-314
[Message] THE TABLE NUMBER OF THE COPY AHEAD IS BEING USED NOW.
[Sub Message] OVERWRITES SETTING
M-315
[Message] MAY I COPY THE SPECIFIED PATTERN DATA?
[Sub Message] OVERWRITES,THERE'S PAT DATA OF SAME No., FORMER
DATA IS DEL
M-316
[Message] MAY I COPY ALL THE PATTERN DATA?
[Sub Message] OVERWRITES,THERE'S PAT DATA OF SAME No., FORMER
DATA IS DEL
M-317
[Message] MAY I OVERWRITE THE COMBINATION DATA?
[Sub Message] FORMER DATA IS DELETED WHEN OVERWRITING.
M-318
[Message] MAY I CLEAR PATTERN DATA OF COMBINATION DATA?
[Sub Message]
M-319
[Message] milling cutter is in lower position in this sewing data
[Sub Message] Please return to home position after the milling cutter goes up.
M-320
[Message] Setting has been changed. Please turn the power off
[Sub Message]
[14]Unit wiring diagram
Other voltage refer to "[15]Several power
supply"
(1).Outside of control box
Control box
Model
name
PLK-E-CU -20
CONB
Control box main power supply
60-9090-306-108-005
60-9090-0423-99-805
60-9090-304-218-006
60-9090-0322-99-805
CONA
Main motor
CONC
Stepping motor
COND
Output of solenoid
60-9090-304-118-006
60-9090-0322-00-805
640582-1
350689-1
Pushbutton switch assay
BM090C349G01
[14]-1
CONE
RS-232C
Main
motor
To
172339-1
170359-1
350779-1
2P-4P 350690-1
1P
350689-1
350780-1
1,2,4P350689-1
3P
350690-1
350780-1
1,2,4P 350689-1
3P
350690-1
CON2
770372-1
350417-1
+12V
X home sensor
0V
1
2
3
1
2
3
CON3
I4(Halt)
0V
+12V
O6(Buzzer)
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
+24V
O1(Trim)
1
2
1
2
CON7
Foot switch
172160-1
170362-1
CABLE2
TE2
Terminal2
TE1
Terminal1
Control box
60-8263-3048-15-001
60-8263-0513-00-808
CON4
To detector
CONI
Foot switch
Y
1
2
3
4
CABLE1
Input signal
Stepping motor Y
Y home sensor
(E2S-W23)
Y
1
2
3
4
CONF
Teaching panel
To main motor encoder
CON8
CON9
CON10
CON11
+24V
O4(Clamp)
1
2
1
2
+24V
N.C.
O2(Wiper)
1
2
3
1
2
3
+24V
O3(Thread release)
1
2
1
2
+24V
N.C.
1
2
3
1
2
3
O5(Presser foot)
Into sewing machine head
CABLE2
172339-1
170359-1
X
X
+12V
Y home sensor
0V
0V
CON5
CON1
172331-1
170361-1
Stepping motor X
X home sensor(E2S-W23)
60-9090-304-118-006
60-9090-0322-00-805
PLK-E-CON P.W.B
CONG
Input/output
signal
CONH
CABLE1
770361-1
350418-1
350780-1
2P-4P 350689-1
1P
350690-1
Teaching
panel
(option)
To
Detector
60-8263-3038-15-000
60-8263-0513-00-808
171822-4
170204-1
Halt switch
60-8263-3028-16-000
60-8263-0617-00-808
1
2
T
Bz
1
2 60-8263-3028-15-000
60-8263-0513-00-808
Buzzer
Trim
5195-02-BU
5225TL
5197-02
5225TL
FU
Clamp
W
Wiper
5195-03
5225TL
L
Tread release
5196-02-BU
5225TL
PF
Presser foot
5197-03
5225TL
(2).Inside of control box
PLK-E-CU -20
Model name
Control box
Transformer
Grey
FDD
Orange
Orange
Brown
CON1
CON2
CONB
Control box main power supply
Black
Black
Blue
CONA
(BKO-E3160H01)
PLK-B-DISP
P.W.B
Main motor
CON1
CON4
Output of solenoid
To PLK-B1-PCCON
P.W.B CON1
CON3
CON9
CON5
CON2
[14]-2
CON9
PLK-B1-PMD-E P.W.B
CONC
Stepping motor
CON8
CON1
CON7
CON6
CON5
COND
CONE
RS-232C
CONF
CON7
CON4
CON6
CON5
Teaching panel
CONG
register
MFS30A
101K
100ohm
CON4
CON3
PLK-B1-CPU-E P.W.B
CON10
CON1
Brake
XC-E2-1B-PLK
P.W.B
CON1
CON3
CONH
Input signal
CON6
CON2
Input/output signal
CONI
Foot switch
[15]Several power supply
60-9090-306-108-002
1. 3phi AC200V -- 240V 50/60Hz
Red
White
Black
Green
Red
White
Black
1
2
3
4
Green 5
6
OFF ON
To control box CONB
Green
Push button switch assay
M090C349G03
[15]-1
Power unit
model name
60-9090-306-108-002
2.3phi AC380V -- 415V 50/60Hz (Except Europe)
Black
Brow
Blue
n
Green/
Yellow
Black
kBrown 1
OFF ON
Push button switch assay
M090C349G08
2
Blue 3
4
Green 5
Green/ 6
Black
1 B
rown
2 k
3 Blue
4
5
6
Yellow
60-9090-306-208-002
PLK-B-PUC-B40
3-phase transformer 3phi 800VA
BKO-E3138H02
F1
5A
U
u
Brow V
n
Blue W
v
Red
w
Blue
Black
k
F2
5A
Green/ Yellow
Green/ Yellow
Ground
Blac
k
60-9090-304-118-006
Black
Red
Blue
Green/
Yellow
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Blac
Brow
k
Blue
n
Green/
Yellow
60-9090-304-218-006
60-9090-304-118-006
60-9090-305-108-005
1
2
3
4
5
1 Black
Brown
2
3
Blue
4 Green/
5
Yellow
Black 1
Brown
2
3
4
Green/
5
Yellow
Green/ 6
To control box
CONB
Yellow
60-9090-306-108-005
60-9090-306-108-005
Power unit
model name
3.1phi AC100V -- 120V 50/60Hz
PLK-B-PUC-A10
Single-phase transformer 1phi 600VA
BKO-E3140H03
White
te
Black
Green
White
te Black
Green
OFF ON
Push button switch assay
M090C350G05
Green
1
2
3
4
5
6
Black 100V
1
2 Black
3 Brown
4
5
6
200V
60-9090-304-108-005
Black
1
2
3
4
F1
0V
20A
0V
Red
1
2
3
4
Black
Brown
Blue
Green/ Yellow
Black
1
Brown
Blue
Green/
Yellow
Green/
Yellow
[15]-2
60-9090-306-108-005
PLK-E-NU-20
60-9090-304-118-006
60-9090-305-108-005
Ferrite core
4.1phi AC200V -- 240V 50/60Hz (Europe)
PLK-B1-FIL P.W.B
Blue
Brown 1
Blue
OFF ON
O O
Push button switch assay
M090C433G02
2
3
Green 4
5
Green/ 6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Black
Brown
Blue
Black
Brown
Blue
1
2
3
Green/ Yellow 4
Green/
Yellow
60-9090-306-108-005
5.1phi AC200V -- 240V 50/60Hz (Except Europe)
Blue
Brown 1
O
Push button switch assay
M090C433G02
2
3
4
Green 5
Green/ 6
Yellow
1
2
3
4
5
1 Black
Brown
2
3 Blue
4 Green/
5 Yellow
Black
1
Brown
2
3
4
Green/
5
Yellow
Green/ 6
Blue
To control box
CONB
Yellow
Yellow
Ground
OFF ON
Black
Brown
Blue
Green/
Yellow
Green/ Yellow
60-9090-306-208-005
Blue
1
2
3
4
To control box
CONB
60-9090-305-208-005
2
3
4
5
6
To control box
CONB
60-9090-306-108-005
60-9090-305-208-005
Ground
Noise filter unit
model name
O
Black
1 kBrown
2
3
Blue
4 Green/
5 Yellow
Green/
Yellow
60-9090-306-108-005
Brow
Green/
n
Yellow
1
2
3
4
5
60-9090-304-218-006
Green/ Yellow
Brown
Green/
Yellow
60-9090-305-108-005
60-9090-306-108-005
Control box connectors layout
[16] Control box connectors layout
Control box main power supply
(Connect to push button switch
or power unit or noise filter unit)
CONA
CONB
①
②
③
④
① ④
② ⑤
③ ⑥
Main motor
(Connect
to
motor)
main
Stepping motor
(Connect to stepping motoring
sewing machine head)
CONC
COND
①④
②
③⑤
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
⑪
⑫
⑬
⑭
⑮
Output of solenoid
(Connect to dewing
machine head)
CONE
①
③
⑤
⑦
・
・
・
・
・
②
④
⑥
⑧
・
・
・
・
・
①
③
⑤
⑦
・
・
・
・
・
②
④
⑥
⑧
・
・
・
・
・
CONG
①
③
⑤
⑦
・
・
・
・
・
②
④
⑥
⑧
・
・
・
・
・
CONH
⑥①④
⑧②
⑦ ⑤
③
RS-232C
(option)
CONF
Teaching panel
(option)
Input/output
signal
Input signal
(Connect to sewing
machine head)
CONI
Foot switch
(Connect to foot switch)
Rear view of control box
[16]-1
Pin No. of connectors
[17]Pin No. of connectors
4.Out of solenoid (COND)
(Same as PLK-B1-CON P.W.B CON2.)
Signal
Initial setting Pin No.
U
1
O1
1
V
2
Trim
W
3
O3
2
Thread release
PE
4
Table1-1
O5
3
Presser foot
OB
4
Function output 1
2.Control box main power supply (CONB)
O9
5
Function output 3
Signal
Pin No.
O7
6
Virtual output 1
O6
7
1
Buzzer
R
+24V
8
2
S
O2
9
3
Wiper
T
O4
10
4
Clamp
OC
11
5
Clamp2 output
E
Table1-2
OA
12
6
Function output 2
PE
O8
13
Virtual output 1
OSC2
14
3.Stepping motor (CONC)
Signal
Table1-4
Pin No.
+24V
15
XAN
1
6.Foot switch (CONI)
XAP
2
Signal
Initial setting Pin No.
XBN
3
XBP
+12V
1
4
YAN
I1
Start
2
5
YAP
I2
Clamp1
3
6
YBN
I3
Nothing
4
7
Table1-3
YBP
GND
5
8
GND
6
5.RS-232C (CONE)
N.C.
7
Signal
Pin No.
GND
8
Table1-6
E
Body
1
+12V
2
RXD
8.Input signal (CONH)
3
N.C.
(Same as PLK-B1-CON P.W.B CIN2.)
4
TXD
Signal
Initial setting
Table1-5
Pin No.
5
GND
+12V
1
7.Teaching panel (CONF)
+5V
2
Signal
Pin No.
I4
Halt
3
I5
Nothing
4
1
R0
I6
Nothing
5
2
VP5
IA
Nothing
6
3
R1
I7
Nothing
7
4
0V
IB
Nothing
8
5
R2
I8
Nothing
9
6
0V
IC
10
7
Needle up/down
R3
8
X home sensor
11
X home sensor
-9V
9
Y home sensor
12
Y home sensor
R4
10
N.C.
13
E
11
I9
14
R5
12
ID
15
R/W
13
UP
16
R6
14
DN
17
A0/RS
15
PG
18
R7
16
EA
19
PD8
17
EB
20
S0
18
IE
21
Thread trimming protect
PD9
19
IG
22
Needle thread sensor
S1
20
IF
23
Clamp2 input
PD10
21
IH
24
S2
Clamp step forward
22
0V
25
PD11
23
0V
26
+12V
24
PD12
25
OA0
26
PD13
27
OA1
28
PD14
29
OA2
30
PD15
31
OA3
32
DIR
33
VP5
34
NOE
35
N.C.
Table1-7
36
N.C.
1.Main motor (CONA)
Signal
Pin No.
[17]-1
Table1-8
How to use the terminal 1,2 and connectors
[18]How to use the terminal 1,2 and connectors
OD
OE
OF
OG
+12V
+12V
Operation
preparation
completion
Halt in progress
Sewing completion
Home position
-
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Switch
L
21
22
23
24
25
26
Power supply +12V of CONG, Terminal 1,2
maximum 300mA.
If you want to more ampere, put on power
supply to outside of control box.
Output
Needle thread
Trimming sensor
L
0V
IG
+12V
Brown
Red
Black or White
Blue
Black
1.Input/output signal (CONG)
Signal
Initial setting
0V
0V
Jog +
II
Jog IJ
Reset
IK
Winding
IL
Trim prohibit
IM
Wiper prohibit
IN
Nothing
IO
Nothing
IP
0V
0V
OH
Nothing
OI
Nothing
OJ
Nothing
OK
Nothing
OL
Nothing
OM
Nothing
ON
Down position
OO
Error
Table2-1
3.Terminal 2 (Into sewing machine head)
2.Terminal 1 (Into sewing machine head)
Signal
0V
I5
0V
I6
0V
I7
0V
I8
0V
I9
+12V
+12V
+12V
IA
+12V
IB
+12V
IC
+12V
ID
Initial setting
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Virtual input 0
Nothing
Nothing
Needle up/down
Virtual input 1
Pin No.
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
Switch
Table2-2
Signal
IE
0V
IF
O6
O7
O8
O9
OA
OB
OC
IG
+12V
IH
+24V
+24V
+24V
+24V
+24V
+24V
OSC2
[18]-1
Initial setting
Thread trimming
protect
Clamp2 input
Buzzer
Virtual output 1
Virtual output 0
Function output 3
Function output 2
Function output 1
Clamp2 output
Needle thread
trimming sensor
-
Clamp step
forward
-
Pin No.
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
Switch
Output
Bz
L
L
Table2-3
Table of connection into control box
[19]Table of connection into control box
1.CPU -- PMD
CPU
CON10-1
CON10-3
CON10-5
CON10-7
CON10-9
CON10-11
CON10-13
CON10-15
CON10-17
CON10-19
CON10-21
CON10-23
CON10-25
CON10-27
CON10-29
CON10-31
CON10-33
CON10-35
CON10-37
CON10-39
CON10-41
CON10-43
CON10-45
CON10-47
CON10-49
*( ) Initial setting
Signal
Z11
+12V
+5V
ZI11
SOL-OC
ZI22
Z21
YI22
Y22
YI12
Y12
XI22
X22
XI12
X12
X11
XPD
RA
GND
PMD
CON3-1
CON3-3
CON3-5
CON3-7
CON3-9
CON3-11
CON3-13
CON3-15
CON3-17
CON3-19
CON3-21
CON3-23
CON3-25
CON3-27
CON3-29
CON3-31
CON3-33
CON3-35
CON3-37
CON3-39
CON3-41
CON3-43
CON3-45
CON3-47
CON3-49
Signal
FD5V
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
FDD
CON2-1
CON2-2
CON2-3
CON2-4
O6(Buzzer)
O8(Virtual output 0)
OA(Function output 2)
OC(Clamp 2 output)
O3(Thread release)
O4(Clamp 1 output)
CPU
CON10-2
CON10-4
CON10-6
CON10-8
CON10-10
CON10-12
CON10-14
CON10-16
CON10-18
CON10-20
CON10-22
CON10-24
CON10-26
CON10-28
CON10-30
CON10-32
CON10-34
CON10-36
CON10-38
CON10-40
CON10-42
CON10-44
CON10-46
CON10-48
CON10-50
Signal
Z12Z12
+12V
+5V
RESERV
ZCRS
ZI12
O1(Trim)
O7(Virtual output 1)
O9(Function output 3)
OB(Function output 1)
O5(Presser foot)
O2(Wiper)
ZI21
Z22
YI21
Y21
YI11
Y11
XI21
X21
XI11
PMD-OC
YPD
ZPD
GND
2.PMD -- FDD
PMD
CON7-1
CON7-2
CON7-3
CON7-4
Table 3-2
3.XC-E -- Main motor
XC-B
CON3-1
CON3-2
CON3-3
-
Signal
U
V
W
PE
CONA
CONA-1
CONA-2
CONA-3
CONA-4
Table 3-3
4.1 PMD -- XC-B (CON5 connection)
PMD
CON1-1
CON1-2
CON1-3
CON1-4
Signal
W3
W2
W1
XC-B
CON5-4
CON5-3
CON5-2
CON5-1
Table 3-4.1
4.2 PMD -- XC-E (CON6 connection)
PMD
CON1-1
CON1-2
CON1-3
CON1-4
Signal
W3
W2
W1
XC-B
CON6-4
CON6-3
CON6-2
CON6-1
Table 3-4.2
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PMD
CON3-2
CON3-4
CON3-6
CON3-8
CON3-10
CON3-12
CON3-14
CON3-16
CON3-18
CON3-20
CON3-22
CON3-24
CON3-26
CON3-28
CON3-30
CON3-32
CON3-34
CON3-36
CON3-38
CON3-40
CON3-42
CON3-44
CON3-46
CON3-48
CON3-50
*CPU…..PLK-B1-CPU-E P.W.B
*PMD…..PLK-B1-PMD-E P.W.B
*XC-E…..XC-E2-1B-PLK P.W.B
*DISP……PLK-B-DISP P.W.B
*CONB….Control box main power supply
*FDD……Floppy disk driver
Table 3-1
Table of connection into control box
5.CPU ~ FDD間
CPU
CON5-1
CON5-3
CON5-5
CON5-7
CON5-9
CON5-11
CON5-13
CON5-15
CON5-17
CON5-19
CON5-21
CON5-23
CON5-25
CON5-27
CON5-29
CON5-31
CON5-33
FDD
Signal
CPU
FDD
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
CON1-1
CON1-3
CON1-5
CON1-7
CON1-9
CON1-11
CON1-13
CON1-15
CON1-17
CON1-19
CON1-21
CON1-23
CON1-25
CON1-27
CON1-29
CON1-31
CON1-33
CON5-2
CON5-4
CON5-6
CON5-8
CON5-10
CON5-12
CON5-14
CON5-16
CON5-18
CON5-20
CON5-22
CON5-24
CON5-26
CON5-28
CON5-30
CON5-32
CON5-34
Signal
MODE SELECT
IN USE
DS3
INDEX
DS0
DS1
DS2
MOTOR ON
H DIR
STEP
W DATA
W GATE
TRKO
W PRT
R DATA
H SEL
READY
CON1-2
CON1-4
CON1-6
CON1-8
CON1-10
CON1-12
CON1-14
CON1-16
CON1-18
CON1-20
CON1-22
CON1-24
CON1-26
CON1-28
CON1-30
CON1-32
CON1-34
Signal
+5V
+12V
Data bass I/O
Data bass I/O
Data bass I/O
Data bass I/O
DIR/RD
A0/RS
8255-1
GND
FDD
CON1-1
CON1-3
CON1-5
CON1-7
CON1-9
CON1-11
CON1-13
CON1-15
CON1-17
CON1-19
CPU
CON9-2
CON9-4
CON9-6
CON9-8
CON9-10
CON9-12
CON9-14
CON9-16
CON9-18
CON9-20
Signal
+5V
+12V
Data bass I/O
Data bass I/O
Data bass I/O
Data bass I/O
R/W/WR
A1
8255-1
GND
FDD
CON1-2
CON1-4
CON1-6
CON1-8
CON1-10
CON1-12
CON1-14
CON1-16
CON1-18
CON1-20
Table 3-5
6.CPU -- DISP
CPU
CON9-1
CON9-3
CON9-5
CON9-7
CON9-9
CON9-11
CON9-13
CON9-15
CON9-17
CON9-19
7.CPU -- XC-B
CPU
CON6-1
CON6-2
CON6-3
CON6-4
CON6-5
CON6-6
CON6-7
CON6-8
CON6-9
CON6-10
CON6-11
CON6-12
CON6-13
CON6-14
CON6-15
Signal
RA
IFV
IFU
WN
UN
VN
BKS
ER
VP
WP
UP
COM
VDC
+12V
GND
XC-B
CON1-1
CON1-2
CON1-3
CON1-4
CON1-5
CON1-6
CON1-7
CON1-8
CON1-9
CON1-10
CON1-11
CON1-12
CON1-13
CON1-14
CON1-15
Table 3-7
8.PMD -- Transformer (BKO-E3160H01)
PMD
CON5-1
CON5-2
CON5-3
Signal
AC 6.3V
AC 6.3V
Transformer
Black
Black
Table 3-8
9.PMD -- Transformer (BKO-E3160H01)
PMD
CON9-1
CON9-2
CON9-3
Signal
AC 24V
AC 24V
Transformer
Orange
Orange
Table 3-9
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Table 3-6
Table of connection into control box
10.1 XC-E -- Transformer (BKO-E3160H01)
PMD
CON5-1
CON5-2
CON5-3
CON5-4
Signal
0V
AC 210V
-
AC210V / AC230V
AC210V
AC230V
10.2 XC-E -- Transformer (BKO-E3160H01)
PMD
CON6-1
CON6-2
CON6-3
CON6-4
Signal
0V
AC 230V
(CO5 connection)
Transformer
Table 3-10.1
(CO6 connection)
Transformer
AC210V / AC230V
AC210V
AC230V
Table 3-10.2
11.XC-E -- CONB
XC-E
CON4-1
CON4-2
CON4-3
CON4-4
-
Signal
E
T
S
R
PE
CONB
CONB-5
CONB-3
CONB-2
CONB-1
CONB-4
CONB-6
Table 3-11
12.XC-E -- Break register
XC-E
CON4-1
CON4-2
Break register
100 ohm
100 ohm
Table 3-12
[19]-3
Specification / Table of digital display
[20] Specifications
Power source
100 - 200V
200 - 240V
200 - 240V
380 - 415V
single phase
single phase
3-phase
single phase
3-phase
(Europe)
3-phase
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
Specifications
PLK-B-PUC-A1
0
Power unit
-
Noise filter unit
Main
motor
Control
box
Condition
50/60Hz
PLK-B-PUC-B4
0
PLK-E-NU
Model name
XL-554-20Y
Rated output
550W
Rated speed
3,000 rpm
Rated torque
1.76N.m(0.18kgm)
Model name
PLK-E-CU-20
Rated output
DC 24V
Power source
Range of rating
Voltage
Ambient temperature
1 KVA
10%
5 degrees(c) - 35 degrees(c)
Ambient humidity
45% - 85%
Please use the Noise Filter Unit "PLK-E-NU", in order to conform
the requirements of the EC EMC Directive (89/336/EEC).
[21] 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
Characters
Digital
display
Characters
Digital
display
Characters
Digital
display
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MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
FACTORY AUTOMATION SYSTEM
OFFICE TOWER “Z” 14F 8-12 1chome, Harumi CHUO-KU, TOKYO 104-6212, JAPAN
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New publication, effective APR.2003.
Specifications subject to change without notice.