DMCNET Remote Module User Manual

DMCNET Remote Module User Manual
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Installation Environment ......................................................................... 1-1
1.1
Physical Architecture ................................................................................... 1-1
1.2
Electrical Specifications ............................................................................... 1-4
1.3
ASD-DMC-RM32MN .................................................................................... 1-6
1.4
ASD-DMC-RM32NT .................................................................................... 1-10
1.5
ASD-DMC-RM64MN .................................................................................... 1-14
1.6
ASD-DMC-RM64NT .................................................................................... 1-21
1.7
ASD-DMC-RM04PI ...................................................................................... 1-28
1.8
ASD-DMC-RM04DA .................................................................................... 1-35
1.9
ASD-DMC-RM04AD .................................................................................... 1-39
1.10
ASD-DMC-RM32PT ..................................................................................... 1-42
1.11
ASD-DMC-RM64MN1 .................................................................................. 1-46
1.12
ASD-DMC-RM64NT1 .................................................................................. 1-51
1.13
Wiring Example............................................................................................ 1-56
Chapter 2 Using EzDMC ............................................................................................ 2-1
2.1
Launching the Program ............................................................................... 2-1
2.2
Connecting to Gateway Module ................................................................... 2-2
2.3
Gateway Module Interface ........................................................................... 2-3
2.3.1 ASD-DMC-GE16MN / ASD-DMC-GE16NT ............................................ 2-3
2.3.2 ASD-DMC-RM32NT ............................................................................... 2-3
2.3.3 ASD-DMC-RM16MN(1) .......................................................................... 2-4
2.3.4 ASD-DMC-RM64NT(1) ........................................................................... 2-6
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2.3.5 ASD-DMC-RM04PI (MODE 1) ............................................................... 2-7
2.3.6 ASD-DMC-RM04PI (MODE2) ................................................................ 2-10
2.3.7 ASD-DMC-RM04PI Interrupt Factor Operating Interface ....................... 2-13
2.3.8 ASD-DMC-RM04PI Slave Encryption Operating Interface ..................... 2-14
2.3.9 ASD-DMC-RM04DA ............................................................................... 2-17
2.3.10 ASD-DMC-RM04AD ............................................................................... 2-19
2.3.11 ASD-DMC-RM32PT ............................................................................... 2-21
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Physical Architecture
Terminal
resistor
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Figure 1.1 Overview of physical connection architecture (servo drive + RM32 module)
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Figure 1.2 Overview of physical connection architecture (servo drive + RM64 module)
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Figure 1.3 Overview of physical connection architecture (servo drive + RM04PI module)
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Electrical Specifications
General
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RM32 module (MN/NT/PT) dimensions: 100mm x 75mm x 43mm
RM64 module (MN/MN1/NT/NT1) dimensions: 168mm x 75mm x 43mm
RM04PI module dimensions: 168mm x 75mm x 40mm
RM04DA module dimensions: 100mm x 75mm x43mm
RM04AD module dimensions: 100mm x 75mm x43mm
Supply voltage: 24VDC (15% ~ 20%)
ESD: 8KV Air Discharge
EFT: Power Line-2KV
Digital I/O 1KV
RS: 80MHz ~ 1GHz, 10V/m
Operating temperature: 0 oC ~ 50 oC
Digital input module
Digital output module
(RM32MN, RM64MN, RM32PT, RM64MN1)
(RM32NT, RM64NT, RM32PT, RM64NT1)
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Input circuit type: single common port
input
Input signal type :SINK / SOURCE
Input signal voltage :24VDC(5mA)
Response time: 0 to 3ms, adjustable
Trigger level(OFF→ON): >16.5VDC
Trigger level(ON→OFF): <8VDC
Output circuit type: transistor
Output signal type: SINK
Response frequency: 1KHz
Current specifications: 0.1A/1 point
Voltage specifications: 24VDC
Response time(OFF→ON): 20us
Response time(ON→OFF): 30us
High-speed Pulse Module
Pulse Interface Input Port (RM04PI Input)
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Input circuit type: single common port
input
 Input signal type: SINK / SOURCE
 Input signal voltage (Sensor): 24VDC
(5mA)
 Response time: 1ms
 Action level(OFF→ON): >16.5VDC
 Action level (ON→OFF): <8VDC
 Input signal is 5VDC and only SINK
Type: Max. input pulse frequency: QA,
QB, QZ:200KHz (5mA/1 point) / DI1,
DI2:1KHz (5mA/1 point)
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Pulse Interface Output Port (RM04PI
Output)
 Output circuit type: transistor
 Output signal type: SINK
 Output signal voltage: 5-24VDC
(30mA/1 point)
 Max. output pulse frequency: CW,
CCW:200KHz (30mA/1 point) /
DO1, DO2:1KHz (30mA/1 point)
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Channel: 4 channel/unit
Voltage output range: -10~10 V / -5~5V / 0~10V / 0~5V
Current output range: 0~24mA / 0~20mA / 4~20mA
Excess limit (voltage): 10%
Maximum output current (voltage): 24mA
Allowable load resistance (current): 0~500Ω
Digital data range: 0~65535
Resolution: 16bits
DC output resistance: 0.3Ω
Response time: 1ms
Digital data format: effectively 16 bits
Isolation method: internal circuit and analog output are isolated with an optical
coupler
Protection: voltage output circuit has short-circuit protection but extended
short-circuits may damage the internal circuit.
Digital to Analog Input Point (RM04AD)
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Channel: 4 channel/unit
Voltage analog input range: -10~10V / -5~5V / 0~10V / 0~5V
Current analog input range: 0~20mA
Digital conversion range: 0~65535
Resolution: 16bits
Voltage input resistance: 140KΩ
Current input resistance: 249Ω
Overall precision: ±0.5% at full scale within range (25℃, 77℉).
±1% (0~55℃, 32~131℉) at full scale
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Response time: smallest 1ms, the largest 3ms x number of channel
Isolation method: internal circuit and analog input are isolated with an optical
coupler
Current absolute input range: -15 ~ 15
Voltage absolute input range: 32mA
Digital data format: effectively 16 bits
Averaging function: provides 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 modes
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ASD-DMC-RM32MN
ASD-DMC-RM32MN Overview
Figure 1.4 Front view
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ASD-DMC-RM32MN Connection Diagram
RSW1
CN4
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN5
CN6
CN7
CN8
CN9
Figure 1.5 Connector diagram
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Pin
Label
Description
1~12
Node Number
Node ID
※ Invalid when dial is turned to 0, D - F
※ Each module takes up one Node ID
Figure 1.6 RSW1
Pin
Label
Description
st
1
RS485T_1(+)
1 RS485 transmission signal (+)
2
RS485T_1(-)
1st RS485 transmission signal (-)
3
RS485T_2(+)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (+)
8
6
RS485T_2(-)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (-)
Figure 1.7
7
EGND
RS485 ground signal
CN1 and CN2
8
EGND
RS485 ground signal
Pin
Label
Description
3
E24V
24V voltage input
1 2 3
2
GND
Power ground
Figure 1.8
1
FG
Case ground (earth)
Pin
Label
Description
3
E24V
24V voltage output
2
COM
Common input signal
1
GND
Power ground
1
pin definitions
CN3 pin definition
Figure 1.9
CN4 pin definition
※This connector is used with input signal common point for
Pull high or Pull low
※COM connection with 24V ➞ Low active (Pull high, this is
the default option)
※COM connection with GND ➞ High active (Pull low)
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Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
Figure 1.10
CN5 pin definition
Total voltage output at 24V is 1.5A (Max)
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
X00
P0 GPIO 1 input
X01
P0 GPIO 2 input
X02
P0 GPIO 3 input
X03
P0 GPIO 4 input
X04
P0 GPIO 5 input
X05
P0 GPIO 6 input
X06
P0 GPIO 7 input
X0
P0 GPIO 8 input
GND
Power ground
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
X08
P0 GPIO 9 input
X09
P0 GPIO 10 input
X10
P0 GPIO 11 input
X11
P0 GPIO 12 input
X12
P0 GPIO 13 input
X13
P0 GPIO 14 input
X14
P0 GPIO 15 input
Figure 1.12
X15
P0 GPIO 16 input
CN7 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Figure 1.11
CN6 pin definition
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Label
Description
24
24V voltage output
X00
P1 GPIO 1 input
X01
P1 GPIO 2 input
X02
P1 GPIO 3 input
X03
P1 GPIO 4 input
X04
P1 GPIO 5 input
X05
P1 GPIO 6 input
X06
P1 GPIO 7 input
Figure 1.13
X07
P1 GPIO 8 input
CN8 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
X08
P1 GPIO 9 input
X09
P1 GPIO 10 input
X10
P1 GPIO 11 input
X11
P1 GPIO 12 input
X12
P1 GPIO 13 input
X13
P1 GPIO 14 input
X14
P1 GPIO 15 input
Figure 1.14
X15
P1 GPIO 16 input
CN9 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Label
POWER
RUN
ERROR
Figure 1.15 LED definition
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Voltage status indicator
Operation indicator
Error indicator
DMC
DMC communication
indicator
P0 0~15
P0 0~15 signal input
indicator
P1 0~15
P1 0~15 signal input
indicator
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ASD-DMC-RM32NT Overview
Figure 1.16 Front view
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ASD-DMC-RM32NT Connection Diagram
RSW1
CN4
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN5
CN6
CN7
CN8
CN9
Figure 1.17 Connector diagram
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Pin
1–9
A–F
Label
Description
Node Number
Node ID
Figure 1.18
※ Invalid when dial is turned to 0, D - F
RSW1
※ Each module takes up one Node ID
Pin
Label
Description
1
RS485T_1(+)
1st RS485 transmission signal (+)
2
RS485T_1(-)
1st RS485 transmission signal (-)
8
3
RS485T_2(+)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (+)
Figure 1.19
6
RS485T_2(-)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (-)
7
EGND
RS485 ground signal
8
EGND
RS485 ground signal
1
CN1 and CN2
pin definitions
1 2 3
Figure 1.20
CN3 pin definition
Figure 1.21
CN4 pin definition
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Label
Description
3
E24V
24V voltage input
2
GND
Power ground
1
FG
Case ground (earth)
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
N/A
N/A
GND
Power ground
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CN5 pin definition
Figure 1.23
CN6 pin definition
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Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
※ Total voltage output at 24V is 1.5A (Max)
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y00
P0 GPIO 1 output
Y01
P0 GPIO 2 output
Y02
P0 GPIO 3 output
Y03
P0 GPIO 4 output
Y04
P0 GPIO 5 output
Y05
P0 GPIO 6 output
Y06
P0 GPIO 7 output
Y07
P0 GPIO 8 output
GND
Power ground
※ Output from one GPIO is 0.1 A(Max)
Label
Figure 1.24
CN7 pin definition
1-12
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y08
P0 GPIO 9 output
Y09
P0 GPIO 10 output
Y10
P0 GPIO 11 output
Y11
P0 GPIO 12 output
Y12
P0 GPIO 13 output
Y13
P0 GPIO 14 output
Y14
P0 GPIO 15 output
Y15
P0 GPIO 16 output
GND
Power ground
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Label
Figure 1.25 CN8 pin
definition
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y00
P1 GPIO 1 output
Y01
P1 GPIO 2 input
Y02
P1 GPIO 3 output
Y03
P1 GPIO 4 output
Y04
P1 GPIO 5 output
Y05
P1 GPIO 6 output
Y06
P1 GPIO 7 output
Y07
P1 GPIO 8 output
GND
Power ground
Label
Figure 1.26 CN9 pin
definition
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y08
P1 GPIO 9 output
Y09
P1 GPIO 10 output
Y10
P1 GPIO 11 output
Y11
P1 GPIO 12 output
Y12
P1 GPIO 13 output
Y13
P1 GPIO 14 output
Y14
P1 GPIO 15 output
Y15
P1 GPIO 16 output
GND
Power ground
Label
POWER
RUN
ERROR
DMC
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Description
Voltage status indicator
Operation indicator
Error indicator
DMC communication
indicator
0~15
P0 0~15 signal output
indicator
P1 0~15
P1 0~15 signal output
indicator
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ASD-DMC-RM64MN Overview
Figure 1.28 Front view
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ASD-DMC-RM64MN Connection Diagram
RSW1
CN4
CN10
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN5
CN6
CN7 CN8
CN9 CN11 CN12 CN13 CN14 CN15
Figure 1.29 Connector diagram
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Pin
1–9
A–F
Label
Description
Node Number
Node ID
Figure 1.30
※ Invalid when dial is turned to 0, D - F
RSW1
※ Each module takes up one Node ID
Pin
Label
Description
1
RS485T_1(+)
1st RS485 transmission signal (+)
2
RS485T_1(-)
1st RS485 transmission signal (-)
3
RS485T_2(+)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (+)
8
6
RS485T_2(-)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (-)
Figure 1.31
7
GND
RS485 ground signal
CN1 and CN2
8
GND
RS485 ground signal
1
pin definitions
1 2 3
Pin
Label
Description
1
FG
Case ground (earth)
2
GND
Power ground
3
24V
24V voltage input
Figure 1.32
CN3 pin definition
Figure 1.33 CN4 pin
definition
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
COM
Common input signal
GND
Power ground
※This connector is used with input signal common point for
Pull high or Pull low
※COM connection with 24V ➞ Low active (Pull high, this is
the default option)
※COM connection with GND ➞ High active (Pull low)
※Total input voltage is 3.0A (Max)
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CN5 pin definition
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
Total voltage output at 24V is 1.5A (Max)
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
X00
P0 GPIO 1 input
X01
P0 GPIO 2 input
X02
P0 GPIO 3 input
X03
P0 GPIO 4 input
X04
P0 GPIO 5 input
X05
P0 GPIO 6 input
X06
P0 GPIO 7 input
Figure 1.35
X07
P0 GPIO 8 input
CN6 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
X08
P0 GPIO 9 input
X09
P0 GPIO 10 input
X10
P0 GPIO 11 input
X11
P0 GPIO 12 input
X12
P0 GPIO 13 input
X13
P0 GPIO 14 input
X14
P0 GPIO 15 input
X15
P0 GPIO 16 input
GND
Power ground
Figure 1.36 CN7 pin
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Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
X00
P1 GPIO 1 input
X01
P1 GPIO 2 input
X02
P1 GPIO 3 input
X03
P1 GPIO 4 input
X04
P1 GPIO 5 input
X05
P1 GPIO 6 input
X06
P1 GPIO 7 input
Figure 1.37
X07
P1 GPIO 8 input
CN8 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
X08
P1 GPIO 9 input
X09
P1 GPIO 10 input
X10
P1 GPIO 11 input
X11
P1 GPIO 12 input
X12
P1 GPIO 13 input
X13
P1 GPIO 14 input
X14
P1 GPIO 15 input
Figure 1.38
X15
P1 GPIO 16 input
CN9 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Label
Figure 1.39
Description
24V
24V voltage output
COM
Common input signal
GND
Power ground
CN10 pin definition
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Label
Figure 1.40
CN11 pin definition
Figure 1.41 CN12 pin
definition
Description
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
Total voltage output at 24V is 1.5A (Max)
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
X00
P2 GPIO 1 input
X01
P2 GPIO 2 input
X02
P2 GPIO 3 input
X03
P2 GPIO 4 input
X04
P2 GPIO 5 input
X05
P2 GPIO 6 input
X06
P2 GPIO 7 input
X07
P2 GPIO 8 input
GND
Power ground
※When P3H/P3L (3rd GPIO) is installed in MPG mode, Pin9
(P2 X00) and Pin8 (P2 X01) cannot be used.
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
X08
P2 GPIO 9 input
X09
P2 GPIO 10 input
X10
P2 GPIO 11 input
X11
P2 GPIO 12 input
X12
P2 GPIO 13 input
X13
P2 GPIO 14 input
X14
P2 GPIO 15 input
Figure 1.42
X15
P2 GPIO 16 input
CN13 pin definition
GND
Power ground
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Label
24V
Description
GPIO mode
MPG mode
24V voltage output
X00
P3 GPIO 1 input
X
X01
P3 GPIO 2 input
Y
X02
P3 GPIO 3 input
Z
X03
P3 GPIO 4 input
U
X04
P3 GPIO 5 input
x1
X05
P3 GPIO 6 input
x10
X06
P3 GPIO 7 input
x100
Figure 1.43
X07
P3 GPIO 8 input
EN
CN14 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Description
Label
E24V
GPIO mode
MPG
mode
24V voltage output
X08
P3 GPIO 9 input
PA
X09
P3 GPIO 10 input
PB
X10
P3 GPIO 11 input
J1+
X11
P3 GPIO 12 input
J1-
X12
P3 GPIO 13 input
J2+
X13
P3 GPIO 14 input
J2-
Figure 1.44
X14
P3 GPIO 15 input
J3+
CN15 pin definition
X15
P3 GPIO 16 input
J3-
GND
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1-20
Label
Description
POWER
Voltage status indicator
RUN
Operation indicator
ERROR
Error indicator
DMC
DMC communication indicator
P0
0~15
P0 0~15 signal input indicator
P1
0~15
P1 0~15 signal input indicator
P2
0~15
P2 0~15 signal input indicator
P3
0~15
P3 0~15 signal input indicator
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ASD-DMC-RM64NT Overview
Figure 1.46 Front view

ASD-DMC-RM64NT Connection Diagram
RSW1
CN4
CN10
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN5
CN6
CN7 CN8
CN9 CN11 CN12 CN13 CN14 CN15
Figure 1.47 Connector diagram
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Pin
0~9
A~F
Label
Description
Node Number
Node ID
※ Invalid when dial is turned to 0, D - F
Figure 1.48 RSW1
※ Each module takes up one Node ID
Label
Description
st
RS485T_1(+)
1 RS485 signal (+)
RS485T_1(-)
1st RS485 signal (-)
RS485T_2(+)
2nd RS485 signal (+)
RS485T_2(-)
2nd RS485 signal (-)
Figure 1.49
GND
RS485 ground signal
CN1 and CN2
GND
RS485 ground signal
1
8
pin definitions
1 2 3
Pin
Label
Description
1
FG
Case ground (earth)
2
GND
Power ground
3
24V
24V voltage input
Figure 1.50
N3 pin definition
Figure 1.51
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
N/A
N/A
GND
Power ground
CN4 pin definition
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Figure 1.52
CN5 pin definition
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Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
Total voltage output at 24V is 1.5A (Max)
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y00
P0 GPIO 1 output
Y01
P0 GPIO 2 output
Y02
P0 GPIO 3 output
Y03
P0 GPIO 4 output
Y04
P0 GPIO 5 output
Y05
P0 GPIO 6 output
Y06
P0 GPIO 7 output
Figure 1.53
Y07
P0 GPIO 8 output
CN6 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y08
P0 GPIO 9 output
Y09
P0 GPIO 10 output
Y10
P0 GPIO 11 output
Y11
P0 GPIO 12 output
Y12
P0 GPIO 13 output
Y13
P0 GPIO 14 output
Y14
P0 GPIO 15 output
Figure 1.54
Y15
P0 GPIO 16 output
CN7 pin definition
GND
Power ground
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Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y00
P1 GPIO 1 output
Y01
P1 GPIO 2 output
Y02
P1 GPIO 3 output
Y03
P1 GPIO 4 output
Y04
P1 GPIO 5 output
Y05
P1 GPIO 6 output
Y06
P1 GPIO 7 output
Figure 1.55
Y07
P1 GPIO 8 output
CN8 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y08
P1 GPIO 9 output
Y09
P1 GPIO 10 output
Y1
P1 GPIO 11 output
Y11
P1 GPIO 12 output
Y12
P1 GPIO 13 output
Y13
P1 GPIO 14 output
Y14
P1 GPIO 15 output
Figure 1.56
Y15
P1 GPIO 16 output
CN9 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
N/A
N/A
GND
Power ground
Figure 1.57
CN10 pin definition
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Figure 1.58 CN11 pin
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Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
Total voltage output at 24V is 1.5A (Max)
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y00
P2 GPIO 1 output
Y01
P2 GPIO 2 output
Y02
P2 GPIO 3 output
Y03
P2 GPIO 4 output
Y04
P2 GPIO 5 output
Y05
P2 GPIO 6 output
Y06
P2 GPIO 7 output
Figure 1.59
Y07
P2 GPIO 8 output
CN12 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y08
P2 GPIO 9 output
Y09
P2 GPIO 10 output
Y10
P2 GPIO 11 output
Y11
P2 GPIO 12 output
Y12
P2 GPIO 13 output
Y13
P2 GPIO 14 output
Y14
P2 GPIO 15 output
Figure 1.60
Y15
P2 GPIO 16 output
N13 pin definition
GND
Power ground
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Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y00
P3 GPIO 1 output
Y01
P3 GPIO 2 output
Y02
P3 GPIO 3 output
Y03
P3 GPIO 4 output
Y04
P3 GPIO 5 output
Y05
P3 GPIO 6 output
Y06
P3 GPIO 7 output
Figure 1.61
Y07
P3 GPIO 8 output
CN14 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y08
P3 GPIO 9 output
Y09
P3 GPIO 10 output
Y10
P3 GPIO 11 output
Y11
P3 GPIO 12 output
Y12
P3 GPIO 13 output
Y13
P3 GPIO 14 output
Y14
P3 GPIO 15 output
Figure 1.62
Y15
P3 GPIO 16 output
CN15 pin definition
GND
Power ground
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Label
Description
POWER
Voltage status indicator
RUN
Operation indicator
ERROR
Error indicator
DMC
DMC communication indicator
P0
0~15
P0 0~15 signal output indicator
P1
0~15
P1 0~15 signal output indicator
P2
0~15
P2 0~15 signal output indicator
P3
0~15
P3 0~15 signal output indicator
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ASD-DMC-RM04PI
ASD-DMC-RM04PI Overview
Figure 1.64 Front view
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ASD-DMC-RM04PI Connection Diagram
RSW1
RSW2 DSW1
DSW2
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN4
CN5 CN6 CN7 CN8
CN10 CN11 CN12
CN9
Figure 1.65 Connector diagram
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Pin
Label
Description
1~12
Node Number
Starting Node ID (RSW1)
1~12
Node Number
End Node ID (RSW2)
※When DSW1 is switched to 1 (mode 1), since RM04PI only
Figure 1.66
RSW1 and RSW2
Figure 1.67
takes up one node at this time, dials RSW1 and RSW2 must
be set to the same value.
※When DSW1 is set to ON (mode 2), as one RM04PI can
take up to 4 nodes (Axis 0 ~ Axis 3), the interval between
RSW1 and RSW2 must not exceed 3. RSW1 must also be
set as the starting Node and RSW2 set as the end Node.
(ex. Change RSW1 to 5, change RSW2 to 8).
Pin
Label
Description
1
MODE_1
Operation mode 1
ON
MODE_2
Operation mode 2
DSW1
※Adjust the operation mode based on operating requirements
Figure 1.68
DSW2
Pin
Label
Description
1
GND
(Reserved)
ON
E24V
SINK type
※Set SINK type for 04PI module based on the type of circuit
connection.
Pin
Label
Description
st
1
RS485T_1(+)
1 RS485 transmission signal (+)
2
RS485T_1(-)
1st RS485 transmission signal (-)
8
3
RS485T_2(+)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (+)
Figure 1.69
6
RS485T_2(-)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (-)
CN1 and CN2
7
EGND
RS485 ground signal
pin definitions
8
EGND
RS485 ground signal
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Pin
Label
Description
3
GND
Port ground
2
RS232_TX
Serial port TX port
1
RS232_RX
Serial port RX port
※ DSUB9 female port is used here (cable-side)
※ This port is used for updating the module firmware program
Pin
Label
Description
3
E24V
24V voltage input
1 2 3
2
GND
Power ground
Figure 1.71
1
FG
Case ground (earth)
CN4 pin definition
Figure 1.72
CN5 pin definition
1-30
Label
Description
QA
0th axis Encoder A phase signal input
QB
0th axis Encoder B phase signal input
QZ
0th axis Encoder Z phase signal input
+5V
5V voltage output
GND
Power ground
MEL
0th axis negative limit signal input
PEL
0th axis positive limit signal input
ORG
0th axis home limit signal input
SLD
0th axis slow down signal input
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CN6 pin definition
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Label
Description
GND
Power ground
C
0th axis motor clockwise rotation signal
input
CCW
0th axis motor CCW rotation signal input
+5V
5V voltage output
GND
Power ground
DI1
0th axis digital signal input 1
DI2
0th axis digital signal input 2
DO1
0th axis digital signal output 1
DO2
0th axis digital signal output 2
Label
Figure 1.74
CN7 pin definition
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st
QA
1 axis Encoder A phase signal input
QB
1st axis Encoder B phase signal input
QZ
1st axis Encoder Z phase signal input
+5V
5V voltage output
GND
Power ground
MEL
1st axis negative limit signal input
PEL
1st axis positive limit signal input
ORG
1st axis home limit signal input
SLD
1st axis slow down signal input
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CN8 pin definition
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Label
Description
GND
Power ground
CW
1st axis motor clockwise rotation signal input
CCW
1st axis motor CCW rotation signal input
+5V
5V voltage output
GND
Power ground
DI1
1st axis digital signal input 1
DI2
1st axis digital signal input 2
DO1
1st axis digital signal output 1
DO2
1st axis digital signal output 2
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
Figure 1.76
24V
24V voltage output
CN9 pin definition
24V
24V voltage output
Total voltage output at 24V is 0.75A (Max)
Figure 1.77
CN10 pin definition
1-32
Label
Description
QA
2nd axis Encoder A phase signal input
QB
2nd axis Encoder B phase signal input
QZ
2nd axis Encoder Z phase signal input
+5V
5V voltage output
GND
Power ground
MEL
2nd axis negative limit signal input
PEL
2nd axis positive limit signal input
ORG
2nd axis home limit signal input
SLD
2nd axis slow down signal input
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CN11 pin definition
Figure 1.79
CN12 pin definition
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Label
Description
GND
Power ground
CW
2nd axis motor clockwise rotation signal input
CCW
2nd axis motor CCW rotation signal input
+5V
5V voltage output
GND
Power ground
DI1
2nd axis digital signal input 1
DI2
2nd axis digital signal input 2
DO1
2nd axis digital signal output 1
DO2
2nd axis digital signal output 2
Label
Description
QA
3rd axis Encoder A phase signal input
QB
3rd axis Encoder B phase signal input
QZ
3rd axis Encoder Z phase signal input
+5V
5V voltage output
GND
Power ground
MEL
3rd axis negative limit signal input
PEL
3rd axis positive limit signal input
ORG
3rd axis home limit signal input
SLD
3rd axis slow down signal input
Label
Description
GND
Figure 1.80
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CW
3 axis motor clockwise rotation signal input
CCW
3rd axis motor CCW rotation signal input
+5V
5V voltage output
GND
Power ground
DI1
3rd axis digital signal input 1
DI2
3rd axis digital signal input 2
DO1
3rd axis digital signal output 1
DO2
3rd axis digital signal output 2
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Figure 1.81 LED definition
1-34
Label
Description
POWER
Voltage status indicator
RUN
Operation indicator
ERROR
Error indicator
DMC
DMC communication indicator
Axis 0
QA~DO2
0th axis signal output indicator
Axis 1
QA~DO2
1st axis signal output indicator
Axis 2
QA~DO2
2nd axis signal output indicator
Axis 3
QA~DO2
3rd axis signal output indicator
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ASD-DMC-RM04DA Overview
Figure 1.82 Front view
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ASD-DMC-RM04DA Connection Diagram
RSW
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN4 CN5 CN6
CN7
Figure 1.83 Connector name location map
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Pin
Label
Description
1–12
Node Number
Starting Node ID
Figure 1.84 RSW
Pin
Label
Description
1
RS485T_1(+)
1st RS485 transmission signal (+)
2
RS485T_1(-)
1st RS485 transmission signal (-)
8
3
RS485T_2(+)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (+)
Figure 1.85
6
RS485T_2(-)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (-)
CN1 and CN2
7
EGND
RS485 ground signal
pin definitions
8
EGND
RS485 ground signal
1
Pin
Label
Description
3
E24V
24V voltage input
1 2 3
2
GND
Power ground
Figure 1.86
1
FG
Case ground (earth)
Pin
Label
Description
1
V+
Voltage Output 1 (-10 ~ 10V)
2
I+
Current Output 1 (0 ~ 24mA)
3
COM
Common point
4
FG
Case ground (earth)
CN3 pin definition
1
2
3
Figure 1.87
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Pin
Label
Description
1
V+
Voltage Output 2 (-10 ~ 10V)
2
I+
Current Output 2 (0 ~ 24mA)
3
COM
Common point
4
FG
Case ground (earth)
Pin
Label
Description
1
V+
Voltage Output 3 (-10 ~ 10V)
2
I+
Current Output 3 (0 ~ 24mA)
3
COM
Common point
4
FG
Case ground (earth)
Pin
Label
Description
1
V+
Voltage Output 4 (-10 ~ 10V)
2
I+
Current Output 4 (0 ~ 24mA)
3
COM
Common point
4
FG
Case ground (earth)
Figure 1.88
CN5 pin definition
1
2
3
Figure 1.89
CN6 pin definition
1
2
3
Figure 1.90
CN7 pin definition
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Figure 1.91 LED definition
1-38
Label
Description
POWER
Voltage status indicator
RUN
Operation indicator
ERROR
Error indicator
DMC
DMC communication indicator
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ASD-DMC-RM04AD Overview
Figure 1.92 Front view
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ASD-DMC-RM04AD Connection Diagram
RSW
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN4 CN5 CN6
CN7
Figure 1.93 Connector diagram
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Pin
Label
Description
1–12
Node Number
Starting Node ID
Figure 1.94 RSW
Pin
Label
Description
st
1
RS485T_1(+)
1 RS485 transmission signal (+)
2
RS485T_1(-)
1st RS485 transmission signal (-)
3
RS485T_2(+)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (+)
6
RS485T_2(-)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (-)
CN1 and CN2
7
EGND
RS485 ground signal
pin definitions
8
EGND
RS485 ground signal
1
8
Figure 1.95
Pin
Label
Description
3
E24V
24V voltage input
1 2 3
2
GND
Power ground
Figure 1.96
1
FG
Case ground (earth)
Pin
Label
Description
1
V+
Voltage input 1
2
I+
Current input 1
3
COM
Common point
4
FG
Case ground (earth)
Pin
Label
Description
1
V+
Voltage input 2
2
I+
Current input 2
3
COM
Common point
4
FG
Case ground (earth)
CN3 pin definition
1
2
3
Figure 1.97
CN4 pin definition
1
2
3
Figure 1.98
CN5 pin definition
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Pin
Label
Description
1
V+
Voltage input 3
2
I+
Current input 3
3
COM
Common point
4
FG
Case ground (earth)
Pin
Label
Description
1
V+
Voltage input 4
2
I+
Current input 4
3
COM
Common point
4
FG
Case ground (earth)
Figure 1.99
CN6 pin definition
1
2
3
Figure 1.100
CN7 pin definition
Figure 1.101 LED definition
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Label
Description
POWER
Voltage status indicator
RUN
Operation indicator
ERROR
Error indicator
DMC
DMC communication indicator
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ASD-DMC-RM32PT Overview
Figure 1.102 Front view
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ASD-DMC-RM32PT Connection Diagram
RSW1 CN4
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN5
CN6
CN7
CN8
CN9
Figure 1.103 Connector diagram
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Pin
1–9
A–F
Label
Description
Node Number
Node ID
※Invalid when dial is turned to 0, D - F
Figure 1.104 RSW1
※Each module takes up one Node ID
Pin
Label
Description
1
RS485T_1(+)
1st RS485 transmission signal (+)
2
RS485T_1(-)
1st RS485 transmission signal (-)
3
RS485T_2(+)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (+)
6
RS485T_2(-)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (-)
Figure 1.105
7
EGND
RS485 ground signal
CN1 and CN2
8
EGND
RS485 ground signal
1
8
pin definitions
Pin
Label
Description
3
E24V
24V voltage input
1 2 3
2
GND
Power ground
Figure 1.106
1
FG
Case ground (earth)
Pin
Label
Description
3
E24V
24V voltage output
2
COM
Common input signal
1
GND
Power ground
CN3 pin definition
※This connector is used with common point for Pull high or
Figure 1.107
CN4 pin definition
Pull low
※COM connection with 24V ➞Low active (Pull high, this is the
default option)
※COM connection with GND ➞ High active (Pull low)
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Label
Figure 1.108
CN5 pin definition
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
24V
24V voltage output
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
GND
Power ground
Total voltage output at 24V is 1.5A (Max)
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
X00
P0 GPIO 1 input
X01
P0 GPIO 2 input
X02
P0 GPIO 3 input
X03
P0 GPIO 4 input
X04
P0 GPIO 5 input
X05
P0 GPIO 6 input
X06
P0 GPIO 7 input
Figure 1.109
X07
P0 GPIO 8 input
CN6 pin definition
GND
Power ground
Label
1-44
Description
Description
24V
24V voltage output
X08
P0 GPIO 9 input
X09
P0 GPIO 10 input
X10
P0 GPIO 11 input
X11
P0 GPIO 12 input
X12
P0 GPIO 13 input
X13
P0 GPIO 14 input
X14
P0 GPIO 15 input
Figure 1.110
X15
P0 GPIO 16 input
CN7 pin definition
GND
Power ground
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CN6 pin definition
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y00
P1 GPIO 1 output
Y01
P1 GPIO 2 output
Y02
P1 GPIO 3 output
Y03
P1 GPIO 4 output
Y04
P1 GPIO 5 output
Y05
P1 GPIO 6 output
Y06
P1 GPIO 7 output
Y07
P1 GPIO 8 output
GND
Power ground
※Output from one GPIO is 0.1 A(Max)
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
Y08
P1 GPIO 9 output
Y09
P1 GPIO 10 output
Y10
P1 GPIO 11 output
Y11
P1 GPIO 12 output
Y12
P1 GPIO 13 output
Y13
P1 GPIO 14 output
Y14
P1 GPIO 15 output
Figure 1.112
Y15
P1 GPIO 16 output
CN7 pin definition
GND
Power ground
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Label
Description
POWER
Voltage status indicator
RUN
Operation indicator
ERROR
Error indicator
DMC
DMC communication
indicator
P0 0~15
P0 0~15 signal input
indicator
P1 0~15
P1 0~15 signal input
indicator
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ASD-DMC-RM64MN1 Overview
Figure 1.114 Front view
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ASD-DMC-RM64MN1 Connection Diagram
RSW1
CN6
CN7
CN1
CN2
CN3
DSW1
CN29
CN30
Figure 1.115 Connector diagram
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Pin
1–9
A–F
Figure 1.116 RSW1
Label
Description
Node Number
Node ID
※Invalid when dial is turned to 0, D - F
※Each module takes up one Node ID
Pin
Label
Description
1
RS485T_1(+)
1st RS485 transmission signal (+)
2
RS485T_1(-)
1st RS485 transmission signal (-)
3
RS485T_2(+)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (+)
6
RS485T_2(-)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (-)
Figure 1.117
7
GND
RS485 ground signal
CN1 and CN2
8
GND
RS485 ground signal
1
8
pin definitions
1 2 3
Pin
Label
Description
1
FG
Case ground (earth)
2
GND
Power ground
3
24V
24V voltage input
Figure 1.118
CN3 pin definition
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
COM
Common input signal
GND
Power ground
※This connector is used with common point for Pull high or
Figure 1.119 DSW1 pin
definition
Pull low
※COM connected with 24V (move to location marked 1) ➞
Low active (Pull high)
※COM connection with GND ➞ High active (Pull low)
※Total input voltage is 3.0A (Max)
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※This is a metallic fastener used for connecting and securing
the customer's own terminal board.
Figure 1.120
CN29 & CN30
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
01
P0 GPIO 1 input
02
P0 GPIO 2 input
03
P0 GPIO 3 input
04
P0 GPIO 4 input
05
P0 GPIO 5 input
06
P0 GPIO 6 input
07
P0 GPIO 7 input
08
P0 GPIO 8 input
09
P0 GPIO 9 input
10
P0 GPIO 10 input
11
P0 GPIO 11 input
12
P0 GPIO 12 input
13
P0 GPIO 13 input
14
P0 GPIO 14 input
15
P0 GPIO 15 input
16
P0 GPIO 16 input
17
Power ground
18
Power ground
19
24V voltage output
20
24V voltage output
21
P1 GPIO 1 input
22
P1 GPIO 2 input
23
P1 GPIO 3 input
24
P1 GPIO 4 input
25
P1 GPIO 5 input
26
P1 GPIO 6 input
27
P1 GPIO 7 input
28
P1 GPIO 8 input
29
P1 GPIO 9 input
30
P1 GPIO 10 input
31
P1 GPIO 11 input
32
P1 GPIO 12 input
Figure 1.121
33
P1 GPIO 13 input
34
P1 GPIO 14 input
CN6 pin definition
35
P1 GPIO 15 input
36
P1 GPIO 16 input
37
Power ground
38
Power ground
39
24V voltage output
40
24V voltage output
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Description
Pin
Description
01
P2 GPIO 1 input
02
P2 GPIO 2 input
03
P2 GPIO 3 input
04
P2 GPIO 4 input
05
P2 GPIO 5 input
06
P2 GPIO 6 input
07
P2 GPIO 7 input
08
P2 GPIO 8 input
09
P2 GPIO 9 input
10
P2 GPIO 10 input
11
P2 GPIO 11 input
12
P2 GPIO 12 input
13
P2 GPIO 13 input
14
P2 GPIO 14 input
15
P2 GPIO 15 input
16
P2 GPIO 16 input
17
Power ground
18
Power ground
19
24V voltage output
20
24V voltage output
21
P3 GPIO 1 input
22
P3 GPIO 2 input
23
P3 GPIO 3 input
24
P3 GPIO 4 input
25
P3 GPIO 5 input
26
P3 GPIO 6 input
27
P3 GPIO 7 input
28
P3 GPIO 8 input
29
P3 GPIO 9 input
30
P3 GPIO 10 input
31
P3 GPIO 11 input
32
P3 GPIO 12 input
Figure 1.122
33
P3 GPIO 13 input
34
P3 GPIO 14 input
CN7 pin definition
35
P3 GPIO 15 input
36
P3 GPIO 16 input
37
Power ground
38
Power ground
39
24V voltage output
40
24V voltage output
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Figure 1.123 LED definition
1-50
Label
Description
POWER
Voltage status indicator
RUN
Operation indicator
ERROR
Error indicator
DMC
DMC communication indicator
P0
0~15
P0 0~15 signal input indicator
P1
0~15
P1 0~15 signal input indicator
P2 0~15
P2 0~15 signal input indicator
P3
P3 0~15 signal input indicator
0~15
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ASD-DMC-RM64NT1 Overview
Figure 1.124 Front view

ASD-DMC-RM64NT1 Connection Diagram
RSW1
CN6
CN7
CN1
CN2
CN3
DSW1
CN29
CN30
Figure 1.125 Connector diagram
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ASD-DMC-RM64NT1 Module and Connectors
Pin
0–9
A–F
Label
Description
Node Number
Node ID
※Invalid when dial is turned to 0, D - F
Figure 1.126 RSW1
※Each module takes up one Node ID
Label
Description
st
RS485T_1(+)
1 RS485 transmission signal (+)
RS485T_1(-)
1st RS485 transmission signal (-)
RS485T_2(+)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (+)
RS485T_2(-)
2nd RS485 transmission signal (-)
Figure 1.127
GND
RS485 ground signal
CN1 and CN2
GND
RS485 ground signal
8
1
pin definitions
Label
Description
1
FG
Case ground (earth)
2
GND
Power ground
3
24V
24V voltage input
Pin
1 2 3
Figure 1.128
CN3 pin definition
Figure 1.129
Label
Description
24V
24V voltage output
N/A
N/A
GND
Power ground
DSW1 pin definition
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※This is a metallic fastener used for connecting and securing
the customer's own terminal board.
Figure 1.130
CN29 & CN30
Pin
Figure 1.131 CN7 pin
definition
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Description
Pin
Description
01
P0 GPIO 1 output
02
P0 GPIO 2 output
03
P0 GPIO 3 output
04
P0 GPIO 4 output
05
P0 GPIO 5 output
06
P0 GPIO 6 output
07
P0 GPIO 7 output
08
P0 GPIO 8 output
09
P0 GPIO 9 output
10
P0 GPIO 10 output
11
P0 GPIO 11 output
12
P0 GPIO 12 output
13
P0 GPIO 13 output
14
P0 GPIO 14 output
15
P0 GPIO 15 output
16
P0 GPIO 16 output
17
Power ground
18
Power ground
19
24V voltage output
20
24V voltage output
21
P1 GPIO 1 output
22
P1 GPIO 2 output
23
P1 GPIO 3 output
24
P1 GPIO 4 output
25
P1 GPIO 5 output
26
P1 GPIO 6 output
27
P1 GPIO 7 output
28
P1 GPIO 8 output
29
P1 GPIO 9 output
30
P1 GPIO 10 output
31
P1 GPIO 11 output
32
P1 GPIO 12 output
33
P1 GPIO 13 output
34
P1 GPIO 14 output
35
P1 GPIO 15 output
36
P1 GPIO 16 output
37
Power ground
38
Power ground
39
24V voltage output
40
24V voltage output
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Figure 1.132 CN7 pin
definition
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Description
Pin
Description
01
P2 GPIO 1 output
02
P2 GPIO 2 output
03
P2 GPIO 3 output
04
P2 GPIO 4 output
05
P2 GPIO 5 output
06
P2 GPIO 6 output
07
P2 GPIO 7 output
08
P2 GPIO 8 output
09
P2 GPIO 9 output
10
P2 GPIO 10 output
11
P2 GPIO 11 output
12
P2 GPIO 12 output
13
P2 GPIO 13 output
14
P2 GPIO 14 output
15
P2 GPIO 15 output
16
P2 GPIO 16 output
17
Power ground
18
Power ground
19
24V voltage output
20
24V voltage output
21
P3 GPIO 1 output
22
P3 GPIO 2 output
23
P3 GPIO 3 output
24
P3 GPIO 4 output
25
P3 GPIO 5 output
26
P3 GPIO 6 output
27
P3 GPIO 7 output
28
P3 GPIO 8 output
29
P3 GPIO 9 output
30
P3 GPIO 10 output
31
P3 GPIO 11 output
32
P3 GPIO 12 output
33
P3 GPIO 13 output
34
P3 GPIO 14 output
35
P3 GPIO 15 output
36
P3 GPIO 16 output
37
Power ground
38
Power ground
39
24V voltage output
40
24V voltage output
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Figure 1.133 LED definition
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Label
Description
POWER
Voltage status indicator
RUN
Operation indicator
ERROR
Error indicator
DMC
DMC communication indicator
P0
0~15
P0 0~15 signal output indicator
P1
0~15
P1 0~15 signal output indicator
P2
0~15
P2 0~15 signal output indicator
P3
0~15
P3 0~15 signal output indicator
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1.13 Wiring Example

Wiring of RM32MN/RM32PT/RM64MN/RM64MN1 Digital Input
Connection Type
Type 1: SINK (Current flows into common
point)
Type 2: SOURCE (current flows from
common point)
SINK type wiring
SOURCE type wiring
Equivalent circuit (Digital Input)
Equivalent circuit (Digital Input)

Wiring of RM32NT/RM32PT/RM64NT/RM64NT1 Digital Output
Connection type: transistor T
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Wiring of RM04PI Digital Input (MEL, PEL, ORG, SLD)
Connection Type: SINK
SINK (Current flows into common point)

SINK type connection (Input point loop
equivalent circuit)
Wiring of RM04PI Digital Input (DI1, DI2)
SINK type connection (equivalent circuit (digital input))

Wiring of RM04PI Digital Output (CW, CCW, D01, D02)
Connection type: transistor T
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RM04PI Connection to Stepping Drive
Diagram of connection to 5-phase stepping drive
Twisted pair
cable
CW pulse signal
CCW pulse signal
(operating direction)
Input
signal
Output current
(Off signal)
Brake release
signal
Excitation signal
Output
signal
Overheating
signal
PIN
RM04PI
Signal mark
Corresponding
step number
PIN
RM04PI
signal mark
Corresponding
step number
8
CW
4
DI1
CCW
②
④
3
DI2
+5V
①, ③, ⑤, ⑨
2
DO1
⑰
⑲
⑥
⑩
7
6
5
GND
⑱, ⑳
1
DO2
The table for external power supply and corresponding series resistor is shown
below:
External power voltage (Vo)
External series resistor (R1)
5V
External resistor not needed
24V
2.2KΩ/2W
If the wiring environment has more ambient noise or involves longer wiring
distances, a 24V DC external power supply is recommended instead.
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Diagram of connection to 2-phase stepping drive
Twisted pair cable
CW pulse signal
CCW pulse signal
(operating direction)
Input
signal
Output current
(Off signal)
Current reduced
Release signal
Output
signal
Excitation signal
PIN
RM04PI
Signal mark
Corresponding
Step number
PIN
RM04PI
Signal mark
Corresponding
Step number
8
CW
②
4
DI1
⑪
7
CCW
④
3
DI2
6
+5V
①, ③, ⑤, ⑨
2
DO1
⑥
5
GND
⑫
1
DO2
⑩
The table for external power supply and corresponding series resistor is shown
below:
External power voltage (Vo)
External series resistor (R1)
5V
External resistor not needed
24V
2.2KΩ/2W
If the wiring environment has more ambient noise or involves longer wiring
distances, a 24V DC external power supply is recommended instead.
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RM04PI Connection to Encoder
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RM64MN Connection to MPG
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Wiring Diagram for RM04DA Output Point
Voltage output
電壓輸出
-10V ~ 10V
*2
CH1
V+
I+
COM
隔離線 cable
* 1 *1
Shielded
VFD, recorder,
變頻器、記錄器
proportional valves
比例閥………….
FG
Current
output
電流輸出
CH2
V+
0mA ~ 20mA
I+
COM

FG
隔離線 cable
* 1 *1
Shielded
VFD, recorder,
變頻器、記錄器
proportional valves
比例閥………….
Wiring Diagram for RM04AD Output Point
Voltage input
電壓輸入
-10V ~ + 10 V
CH1
V+
*5
250Ω
I+
COM
隔離線
*1
Shielded
cable *1
Current
input
電流輸入
FG
AGND
CH4
-20mA ~ +20mA
*2
V+
250Ω
I+
COM
隔離線
* *1
1
Shielded
cable
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2.1 Launching the Program
The connected device, gateway module and motion controller card must first be connected
using CAT5e networking cables. The gateway module must also be provided with a 24VDC
power supply.
When the connected remote DI module (RM32MN/RM64MN) device is low active, connect
the COM port on DI module with 24V power (Pin2 and Pin3 on CN4) to ensure that the
module has a normal display. If the device is high-active, then connect the COM port to
GND.
Only turn on the power once you have checked that all the hardware is connected properly.
Wait for the power indicators on the device and module to light up before running the
program (EzDMC.exe) on the CD to control the module.
Figure 2.1 Launching the EzDMC program
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2.2 Connecting to Gateway Module
After launching the EzDMC program, click on the “Search Card” button. When the program
has found the PCI-DMC-01 interface on the system, select the icon for the card, and then
click on the “Scan Slave” button to find the connected Remote module. (For a more detailed
description of the EzDMC program interface and operating instructions, please refer to the
“PCI-DMC-A01/PCI-DMC-B01 User Guide”).
Figure 2.2 Finding the connected Remote module (RM32, RM64, RM04PI)
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2.3.1
ASD-DMC-GE16MN / ASD-DMC-GE16NT
➋
➌
➊
➍
Figure 2.3 RM32MN digital input signal display
➊ RM32MN module's firmware version.
➋ RM32MN module information. (In this example, the module is Node 2 connected to
Card 0)
➌ RM32MN module's software filter. (In this example it is set to 1ms)
➍ RM32MN module's input signal display.
2.3.2
ASD-DMC-RM32NT
➋
➌
➍
➊
➎
Figure 2.4 RM32NT digital output signal control
➊ RM32NT module's firmware version.
➋ RM32NT module information. (In this example, the module is Node 1 connected to
Card 0)
➌ Error handling option: Whether this setting is retained after power off. (Check to
keep record)
➍ Active option: Output the selected output signal to the connected device.
➎ Shows each bit of the RM32NT module's output signal.
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ASD-DMC-RM64MN(1)
Figure 2.5 RM64MN display interface (includes MPG mode controlled Servo Drive)
⒜
⒝
⒞
Figure 2.6 Description of RM64MN display interface
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➋
➌
➍
➊
➎
Figure 2.7 RM64MN (a) Description of block functions
➊ RM64MN module's firmware version.
➋ Checkbox for enabling RM64MN MPG interface.
➌ RM64MN module information. (In this example, the module is Node 12 connected
to Card 0)
➍ RM64MN module's software filter. (In this example it is set to 1ms).
➎ RM64MN module's input signal display.
➊
➍
➋
➌
➎
Figure 2.8 RM64MN (b) Block function description
➊ Select servo drive node to control using RM64MN module's MPG mode. (Max. 4)
➋ RM64MN MPG enable.
➌ MPG mode operation information. (the following is a description from left to right)
- Encoder increment.
- Target position for selected axis ID.
- Output pulse ratio for each click of MPG.
➍ Set ratio of one full MPG turn to pulse output (motor rotations).
(When ratio is set to 1, this means 1 click of MPG is equal to 1/100 of motor
rotation).
➎ Set maximum allowable MPG speed (PPS/sec, Max=1000).
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➊
➋
➌
➍
Figure 2.9 RM64MN (c) block function description
➊ RM64MN JOG function enable or not.
➋ Set JOG operation mode.
Mode 0: Each JOG corresponding to each axis. (X➔J1+/J1-, Y➔J2+/J2-, Z➔J3+/J3-)
Mode 1: Axis selection (X/Y/Z) and the corresponding J1+/J1-.
➌ Maximum velocity used by each axis during operation.
➍ Acceleration/deceleration time used by each axis during operation.
2.3.4
ASD-DMC-RM64NT(1)
➌
➊
➋
➍
➎
Figure 2.10 RM64NT Control Interface
➊ RM64NT module's firmware version.
➋ RM64NT module information. (In this example, the module is Node 1 connected to
Card 0.)
➌ Error handling option: Whether this setting is retained after power off. (Check to
keep record.)
➍ Active option: Outputs the set output signal to connected devices.
➎ Shows each bit of the RM64NT module's output signal. (This lists Port0 bit 0~15 as
ON.)
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ASD-DMC-RM04PI (MODE 1)
(e)
(a)
(f)
(g)
(b)
(h)
(d)
(c)
(j)
(i)
Figure 2.11 RM04PI MODE 1 Control Interface
(a) Displays the status values, excite and reset of each axis during operation.
(b) Displays the status indicators of each IO port on RM04PI.
(c) Set CANOpen command. User can control the module by using this to read/send
CANOpen commands.
(d) Set the motion and software limit settings for motion.
(e) Motion parameter settings. (Parameters will vary depending on the mode selected
in block F)
(f) Operating axis and operating motion mode selection (Operate Mode).
(g) Open Slave Encryption interface. (Please see section 2.3.7)
(h) Execute motion commands such as clockwise rotation, CCW rotation and stop.
(includes S-curve, reference coordinates selection, and repeat option)
(i) Error return value and the firmware version of the connected RM04PI module.
(j) Set SLD port functions.
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Blocks (a) and (d) are described in greater detail below
➊
➍
➎
➏
➐
➑
➋
➌
Figure 2.12 RM04PI MODE 1 (a) block function description
➊ Display the motion commands for each axis and other information.
➋ Clear all current motion commands.
➌ Set module's output level when “SVON” button is pressed. Select “H” for High
active. Select “L” to set output as Low active.
➍ Display current motion status.
➎ Buffer Length counter. If more data is being added when the buffer is full, the value
"299" is displayed.
➏ Set the module's input/output phase. The phase can be changed according to user
requirements.
(AB-phase: Speed may not be set at more than 500Kpps; CW phase: speed may
not be set at more than 200Kpps)
➐ Reset IO error on module.
➑ Control the second set of Digital Outputs.
➊
➋
➌
➍
❺
Figure 2.13 RM04PI MODE 1 (d) block function description
➊ Set software limit. First, set the positive limit (PLimit) and negative limit (NLimit)
then click on "SoftLimit" button to set the software limit.
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➋ "Gear" function is similar to an electronic gear ratio function;
When set, moving distance = originally set moving distance x numerator
value/denominator value.
➌ This function is used to set the new velocity value (NewSpeed) and the new
acceleration/deceleration time (sec). Click on "V Change" button to change to the
new velocity settings.
➍ This changes the moving position. First, set the new position (NewPos) then click
on "P Change" to apply the new setting.
➎ Sets the SLD, First, select emg stop or sd stop mode then set the Logic. 0 is always
on (Normal high) and 1 is always off (Normal low).
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ASD-DMC-RM04PI (MODE 2)
Single-Axis Control Interface
➐
➊
➋
➌
➍
➑
➒
➎
➓
➏
Figure 2.14 RM04PI MODE 2 1-Axis Control Interface
➊ Display the counter values of motion. These include position, velocity, torque,
number of buffered commands, position reset and sync motion (this function
matches the values of Command and Feedback).
➋ Sets the motion command. This includes motion distance, starting velocity,
maximum velocity and acceleration/deceleration time.
➌ Operating motion mode selection (Operate Mode).
➍ Execute motion commands such as clockwise rotation, CCW rotation and stop.
(includes S-curve, reference coordinates selection, and repeat option)
➎ Firmware version of connected RM04PI
➏ Set CANOpen command. User can control the module by using this to read/send
CANOpen commands.
➐ Displays the status indicators of the IO port for that axis on RM04PI.
➑ Set the excite, reset alarm and motion status functions for that axis. (Instructions
are the same as those for section 2.3.5 block a)
➒ Set the homing mode and offset value.
➓ Display error indicator. (See following table)
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Open Slave Encryption interface. (Please see section 2.3.7)
Indicator
Description
How to clear
the indicator
Indicator
Description
How to clear
the indicator
0
Normal
None
(Indicator does
not come ON)
15
Collision with
machine
positive limit
Move away
from positive
limit
9
Velocity limit
exceeded
Reset the
velocity
283
Collision with
software
positive limit
Move away
from software
positive limit
13
EMG
Press the
"RALM" button
285
Collision with
software
negative limit
Move away
from software
negative limit
14
Collision with
machine
negative limit
Move away
from negative
limit
299
Invalid
operation
Press the
"RALM"
button
Multi-axis Control Interface (Up to 3 axes can currently be controlled simultaneously)
(Please see section 3.7 of the User Manual for instructions on switching from
single-axis to multi-axis operating interface)
➋
➊
➌
➍
Figure 2.15 RM04PI MODE 2 Multi-Axis Operating Interface
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➊ Select the operating axis, displays counter values of motion, including excite
function, position reset and the status indicators for that axis' IO port.
➋ Motion parameter settings. (The selection mode in Block ➌ will change the
parameters displayed)
➌ Operating motion mode selection (Operate Mode).
➍ Execute motion commands such as clockwise rotation, CCW rotation and stop.
(including S-curve, reference coordinates selection, repeated implementation
selection)
Checking "Repeat" will implement continuous forward and backward operation
depending on the Distance value.
Checking "S Curve" will use the S-curve during acceleration/deceleration. The
T-curve is used otherwise.
Checking "Abs" means motion commands will use absolute coordinates. Relative
coordinates will be used otherwise.
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ASD-DMC-RM04PI Interrupt Factor Operating Interface
Figure 2.16 Open ASD-DMC-RM04PI Interrupt Factor Operating Interface
➊
❷
➌
❹
➎
➏
➐
➑
➒
➓
Figure 2.17 RM04PI Operating Interface
❶ Event: Type of trigger event.
❷ Count: Event trigger counter.
❸ Node ID: Select Node to enable Interrupt. (This event can only be used in Mode 2)
❹ Normal Stop: Triggers at the end of any motion. (This event can only be used in
Mode 2)
➎ Next Buffer: It will be triggered when buffer action is performed. (This event can
only be used in Mode 2)
➏ Acceleration End: It is triggered when acceleration ends. (This event can only be
used in Mode 2)
➐ Deceleration Start: It is triggered when deceleration begins. (This event can only be
used in Mode 2)
➑ Sdo Finish: (This function is not yet available)
➒ DMC Cycle Start: It is triggered when entering DMC Cycle.
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➓ RM04PI-FIFO: It is triggered when entering 04PI FIFO. (This event can only be
used in Mode 1)
User define: (This function is not yet available.)
2.3.8
ASD-DMC-RM04PI Slave Encryption Operating Interface
➊
➋
➌
Figure 2.18 RM04PI Slave Encryption User Login Interface
Input fields in Blocks ❶, ❸, ❹, ➎ are all 1-8 bits and take hexadecimal values
between 0-F.
❶ User login and status display field.
Default password
Password1
abcd
Password2
abcd
(If login is successful, status will display "Pass" and grant access to the functions in
Figure 2.19 Blocks ❹, ➎; If login fails then "Error!" is displayed. User must
attempt to login again)
If password is incorrect, the correct password must be entered twice to login.
After logging in, user must change password or change verify key before
they can leave this page.
❷ Data Read: Select Page then click on "Read" to read data.
Data Write: Select Page to write to, input data, click on "Write" to write to register
then click on "Save" to save data to the 04PI module.
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❸ Verify key confirmation field and status display. Enter the 4 sets of Verify Key in
Figure 2.19 block ➎ into the 4 fields of Check Verify Key then click on "Check
Verify Key". (If verification is successful then "Pass" is displayed on the status bar
below". "Lock!" is displayed otherwise.)
Figure 2.19 RM04PI Slave Encryption User Post-Login Interface
❶ User login and status display field.
❷ Data Read: Select Page then click on "Read" to read data.
Data Write: Select Page to write to, input data, click on "Write" to write to
register then click on "Save" to save data to the 04PI module.
❸ Change password field:
Step1: Enter two new passwords in the "Password" field. Each is 1~8 bits in
length and takes hexadecimal values between 0~F.
Step2: Enter the same password from "Password" in "Confirmation" again for
verification.
Step3: If the two passwords in "Password" and "Confirmation" match, clicking on
"Write" will change the password. If the passwords do not match, then
block ❶'s status will show the error message "Confirmation Error". The
change password procedure must now be repeated again.
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❹ Generate verify key:
Step1: Click on "Read SerialNO." button read the product serial number. This
gives two sets of 1~8 bit values made up of hexadecimal values between
0~F.
Step2: User enters a custom User Key then click on "Make Verify Key" to
generate a verify key. (The input and output will be 1~8 bits made up
hexadecimal values between 0 ~F)
Step3: Click on "Write Verify Key" to write the generated Verify Key to the
module. (If write is successful, block ❶'s status will display "Done."
"Failed" is displayed otherwise)
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ASD-DMC-RM04DA
❷
➊
➌
❹
Figure 2.20 RM04DA Control Interface
❶ The voltage/current return values and output mode percentage settings for each
Channel.
Appro: Approximate output voltage/current based on the percentage setting.
Read: Actual output voltage/current. Must click on "Apply" button to sync with
Appro. (The values will differ slightly)
❷ The settings and returned status for each Channel.
(A detailed description is provided on the next page)
❸ Offset setting (-128-127); Clear error status.
(When an error occurs, set Offset to 0 then click on "Clear Error" to clear the error.)
❹ RM04DA module information.
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Below is a more detailed description of block ❷ in Figure 2.20
(1)
(5)
(2)
(4)
(3)
Figure 2.21 RM04DA block ❷ function description
(1) Mode: Set voltage/current output mode.
(2) OverRange: Increase the maximum value by 10% based on output mode.
(3) Display field for returned status.
(4) Error handle: Choose whether to keep the record after power off or not. (Click to keep
record)
(5) Apply: Change actual voltage/current output to Appro value.
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ASD-DMC-RM04AD
➌
➊
❹
❷
➎
➐
➏
Figure 2.22 RM04AD Control Interface
❶ RM04AD module information.
❷ Display current voltage.
Clear all: Clear the voltage display.
Pause: Pause to get the current voltage using coordinate position.
Figure 2.23 RM04AD pause and measurement interface
❸ Set AD conversion time.
❹ Function settings. (A detailed description is provided on the next page)
➎ Zero calibration
Zero: Zero calibration. (Only the selected Channel will be calibrated)
Full: Full scale calibration. (Only the selected Channel will be calibrated)
➏ Set the display time for each click of X-axis.
➐ Set the voltage difference for each click of the Y-axis.
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Below is a more detailed description of block ❹ in Figure 2.26
Figure
Figure 2.24
RM04 AD select
Channel operating
interface
Figure 2.25
RM04 AD Avg Control
Interface
Description
Select the Channel to display and
check to enable Channel Input.
Input is disabled otherwise.
Total: Check all Channels.
Set the average mode.
Total: Set all channels.
Figure 2.26
RM04 AD Data (Read
Value) Display
Interface
Display current voltage
Figure 2.27
Operating Interface of
RM04 AD Mode
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ASD-DMC-RM32PT
➋
➊
➌
➍
➎
Figure 2.28 RM32PT digital input signal display
➊ RM32PT module information. (In this example, the module is Node 1 connected to
Card 0.)
➋ RM32PT module's firmware version.
➌ Error handling option: Whether this setting is retained after power off. (Check to
keep record.)
Active option: Output the selected output signal to the connected device.
➍ RM32PT module's input signal display.
➎ One bit of the RM32PT module's output signal.
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Q1: How come I can't find a Remote module after changing its Node ID or mode
when I use the "Search Slave" function of EzDMC again?
A: If the Node ID or mode of a Remote module (RM32/64/04PI) is changed, please
turn off the power before making the changes then use the search slave function
again after turning on the power again.
Q2: How come other connected servo drivess stop working when power to a
RMP04PI module is cut?
A: If servo drives and RM04PI modules are connected as slaves and power is cut to
one module, other slave modules will not be able to continue performing motion
commands.
Q3: How come the value of motion command that currently being executed
disappears when I open another EzDMC window?
A: You must open all control (viewing) windows before executing any motion
commands for single- or multi-axis. Performing any other actions (opening
another window) while motion commands are being executed may lead to the
loss of all command values.
Q4: I have set and executed the motion commands for RM04PI module in
EzDMC. Instead of executing the motion command, it stops and generates
the alarm indicator "9"?
A: Please stop the execution of the motion command then check the settings for
initial velocity and maximum velocity.
When output phase is in AB mode, please set velocity to less than 500K pps;
when output phase is CW, please set velocity to less than 200K pps. If the initial
settings exceed the above limits, then current motion will be stopped. Driver Error
light will light up and the alarm indicator "9" shown.
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Q5: How come the current velocity for each axis is the same even though they
have different settings of moving distance during multi-axis linear
interpolation?
A: In EzDMC, the velocity displayed for each axis is the resultant velocity. During
this multi-axis "linear interpolation" motion, the actual velocity will be less than or
equal to the displayed velocity depending on the distance set for each axis.
During "arc interpolation" or "spiral interpolation" motions, however the displayed
velocity will be the actual velocity of that axis.
Q6: How come only the Command value moves while Feedback fluctuates in
single digits after setting and executing motion commands for RM04PI
through EzDMC?
A: Please cancel the current motion command then check the fields of the output
and input modes (AB phase, CW/CCW) to make sure they have been properly
selected. Next, check to see if wires QA and QB are properly connected.
Q7: Why does the current motion command being executed stop when motion
mode is changed in the EzDMC single-axis control window (i.e., servo drive
and MODE2 of RM04PI)?
A: This is normal. Manually changing the motion mode will interrupt the current
motion command.
Q8: Why does the error light and IO status light in the control window blink
when using EzDMC to control the RM04PI module?
A: This indicates a signal anomaly in the connected Slave module. Please cut the
power then check the CAT5e cable connection for the Slave devices. Make sure
that the module (server) at the last stop (node) has a terminal resistor attached to
the RJ45 port.
Q9: If SLD port is enabled on RM04PI module with EzDMC, why does SLD
enable stop working if soft limit is enabled during motion displacement?
A: To use the soft limit function, please set and enable the soft limit function before
executing any motion commands. There is no restriction on whether SLD port is
enabled or not during operation.
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Q10: If SLD port is enabled on RM04PI module with EzDMC during multi-axis
motion, how come one axis can't move backwards when it comes into
contact with SLD port signal?
In the situation, use the "Line" motion mode to reverse away from the SLD port
signal. Please check the direction first. (This can be confirmed by the N/A light)
Q11: Why does an error occur with the Gear function when using EzDMC to
control the RM04PI module?
A: The gear function is the originally set position value * Numerator
value/denominator value; the result of this operation is final, and it must be
walked to the position value. In other words, the value of the "P Change" field in
EzDMC is the original Position value. The new position will be the calculated
target position.
Even if the distance of the final position is longer than the original distance, it
must still be completed in the same amount of time.
Motion velocity will be automatically increased but if this exceeds the module limit
(AB: 500K pps, CW: 200K pps) an error is thrown. The above limitations must be
taken into account when setting motion parameters to avoid errors.
※ When Gear is changed from enabled to disabled, make sure that the value of
Position is Reset to zero as well.
Q12: How come _DMC_01_set_command API functions sometimes don't work
and return error messages like Alarm 9 and Driver Error?
A: If this function is not working correctly, please check that the value of Position is
correct. If it is not in the right position, please use the _DMC_01_set_position
function to adjust the position before using the _DMC_01_set_command function
again.
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