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MAINTENANCE MANUAL
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This manual describes the following products:

Name of products Abbreviation

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 1 MODEL 1 AC SPINDLE SERVO


UNIT series
FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 2 MODEL 2

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 3 MODEL 3

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 6 MODEL 6


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FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 8 MODEL 8

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 12 MODEL 12

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 15 MODEL 15

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 18 MODEL 18


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FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 22 MODEL 22

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 30 MODEL 30

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL AO MODEL AO

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL IS MODEL IS

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 1.5S MODEL 1.5S

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 2S MODEL 2S

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 3S MODEL 3S

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 2K MODEL 2H

FANUC AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT MODEL 2VH MODEL 2VH

In this manual we have tried as much as possible to


describe all the various matters.
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However, we cannot describe all the matters which must not
be done, or which cannot be done, because there are so
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many possibilities.
Therefore, matters which are not especially described as
possible in this manual should be regarded as “impossible”.

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CONTENTS

I. AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT (200/220V AC INPUT)

1 . OUTLINE ... 3
1.1 Structure 3

2. DAILY MAINTENANCE AND MAINTENANCE TOOLS 7


2.1 AC Spindle Motor 7
2.2 AC Spindle Servo Unit 7
2.3 Maintenance Tools
2.3.1 Tools used for adjustment
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2.4 Major Maintenance Parts 8

3. TROUBLESHOOTING - 9
3.1 Power Voltage Check 9
3.2 Power On Indicator Lamp OIL does not Light 11
3.3 Alarm Lamp Lights .on PCB . 12
3.4 Motor does not Rotate, or Motor does not Rotate the Specified
Revolutions 27
3.5 Vibrations or noises are Noticeable during Rotation ...
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3.6 Abnormal Noise is Produced from Motor during Deceleration
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3.7 Speed Overshooting or Hunting Occurs 28
3.8 Cutting Power is Low 28
3.9 Orientation is not Correct 28
3.10 Acceleration/Deceleration Time is Long 29
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4. INSTALLATION 30
4.1 Installation Procedure 30
4.2 Power Connection .... 30
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4.2.1 Power voltage and capacity check
4.2.2 Protective earth connection 31
4.2.3 Power connection 31
4.3 AC Spindle Motor Connection . 31
4.4 Signal Cable Connection 31

5. SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT 32


5.1 Setting of Unit and PCB 32
5.2 Setting and Adjustment of Spindle Orientation Control Circuit
Option 37

6. EXCHANGE METHODS OF FUSES AND PCB 38


6.1 Exchange of Fuses 38
6.2 Exchange of PCB 40
6.2.1 MODEL 1/2/ small MODEL 3 40
6.2.2 MODEL 3 -
40 42
6.3 Exchange of Spindle Orientation Control Circuit PCB 43
6.3.1 MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3 43
6.3.2 MODEL 3 - 40 44

7. SPINDLE ORIENTATION CONTROL CIRCUIT . 45


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7.1 Configuration 45
7.2 Adjustment of Position Coder System Spindle Orientation
Control Circuit . 46 X»

7.2.1 Setting and adjustment of spindle orientation control circuit


in 2-step spindle speed change ; 1 46

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Setting and adjustment’ for spindle orientation control circuit
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3 or 4 step spindle speed change 52
7.3 Adjustment of Magnetic Sensor Spindle Orientation
Control Circuit 55
7.3.1 Mounting method of magnetizing element and magnetic sensor
7.3.2 Setting and adjustment of spindle orientation control circuit
... 55

in 2-step speed change spindle for standard type 56


7.3.3 Setting and adjustment of spindle orientation control circuit
in 2-step spindle speed for high speed 63
7.3.4 Setting and adjustment of spindle orientation control circuit
in case of 3-step spindle speed change 70
7.3.5 Method of checking the spindle position loop gain 74

II. AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT (380/4 15V AC INPUT TYPE)

1. OUTLINE 77
1.1 Configuration 77

2. DAILY MAINTENANCE AND MAINTENANCE TOOL 77

3. INSTALLATION 77

4. SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT 78


4.1 Setting on PCB ... 78

5. TROUBLESHOOTING AND COUNTERMEASURE 81

III. DIGITAL AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT (MODEL 3 - 22) I-


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1. OUTLINE 85
1.1 Configuration 85
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2. DAILY MAINTENANCE AND INSTRUMENTS FOR MAINTENANCE 86

3. INSTALLATION 86

4 . SETTING 87
4.1 Method of Parameter Setting ... 87
4.2 Number and Contents of Parameter 88
. ’ 4.3 Rank at Setting 4 96

5. TROUBLESHOOTING AND COUNTERMEASURE 98

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.METHOD OF REPLACEMENT OF FUSE AND PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD


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7. SPINDLE ORIENTATION CONTROL CIRCUIT 100


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IV. DIGITAL AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT (MODEL IS, 1.5S, 2S, 3S, 2H, 2VH)

1 . OUTLINE
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1.1 Configuration * 103

2. DAILY MAINTENANCE AND MAINTENANCE TOOL 104

3. INSTALLATION 104

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4. SETTING 105
4.1 Parameter Setting Method 105
4.2 Number and Content of Parameter 106
4.3 Setting Rank 113
4.4 Setting Method of Short Pin 114
4.5 Adjustment Method of Variable Resistor 115

5. TROUBLESHOOTING AND COUNTERMEASURE 116

6. REPLACEMENT METHOD OF FUSE AND PCB 117

7. SPINDLE ORIENTATION CONTROL CIRCUIT 117

APPENDIXES

APPENDIX 1 CONNECTION DIAGRAMS 121

APPENDIX 2 CABLE ENTRANCE DIAGRAM 132

APPENDIX 3 CABLE SPECIFICATIONS 134

APPENDIX 4 MAIN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 139

4.1 Main Circuit 139

APPENDIX 5 MOUNTING LAYOUT OF SPINDLE SERVO UNIT PARTS


(OTHER THAN PCB) 142

APPENDIX 6 MOUNTING LAYOUT OF SPINDLE CONTROL CIRCUIT PCB 151

APPENDIX 7 MAJOR PARTS LIST 158

APPENDIX 8 PCB ADJUSTMENTS 161


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APPENDIX 9 CHECKING METHOD FOR PCB 168
1. Check Terminal 168
2. Check Terminal Data Confirmation Method 176
3. Digital AC Spindle (MODEL 3 to 22) 180
4. Digital AC Spindle (MODEL IS, 1.5S, 2S, 3S, 2H, 2VH) 184

APPENDIX 10 MAGNETIC SENSOR SIGNALS CHECKING METHOD 187

1. Application 187
2. Check Procedure 187

APPENDIX 11 PARAMETER LIST FOR DIGITAL AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT 190


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I. AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT


(200/220 V AC INPUT)

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1. OUTLINE

This manual describes maintenance of AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT and its options.
(For applicable units of this manual, see Table 1.1 (a),(b))

1.1 Structure

The AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT consists of the following units and parts.
(1) Spindle control unit (basic) P) Unit
2 PCB
3) ROM
(2) Resistance unit *1 (basic)
(3) Fuses (for spare) (basic)
(4) Connectors (for connections) (basic)
(5) DA converter (option)
(6) Power transformer (option)
(7) Spindle orientation control circuit (option)
(8) Speed gain selection control circuit (option)
(9) Spindle selection control circuit (option)
(10) Unit cover *2 (option)
(11) Unit adapter *2 (option)
(12) Fan unit *3 (option)

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AC spindle servo unit *1

(Basic)
Resistance unit
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Magnetics Connectors
I-—1 cabinet 1“
sequence Spindle
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Fuses
NC AC
spindle
motor

(Option)

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D/A control circuit
converter

Unit cover Speed gain


selection
control circuit

Unit
adapter
Spindle selection
control circuit

Fan unit

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3-phase Power transformer
power supply (option)

*1: The resistance unit is employed for MODEL 1/2/small type 3


(A06B-6052-H001, H002, H003) only.

*2: These options are used for MODEL 8 and 12 (A06B-6044-H108, HI 12) only.

*3: This fan unit is used for MODEL 30 and 40 (A06B-6044-H130, H140) only.

Fig 1.1 Block diagram

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Table 1.1 (a) Major components (basic)

Applicable AC
Specification number Unit number ROM
MODEL of AC spindle motor
PCB
spindle servo unit External Standard External Standard specification
Specified number Type
radiation type type radiation type type drawing number

MODEL 1 A06B-6052-H001 A06B-6052-C001 A16B-1100-0080 A06B-6052-C501 J21 A06B-1001-B100 ,-B200


A16B-1100-0090

MODEL 2 A06B-6052-H002 A06B-6052-C002 A16B-1100-0080 A06B-6052-C502 J22 A06B-1002-B100 ,-B200


A16B-1100-0091

Small type MODEL 3 A06B-6052-H003 A06B-6052-C003 A16B-1100-0080 A06B-6052-C503 J23 A06B-070A-B001,-B002


A16B-1100-0092 A06B-1003-B100.-B200

MODEL 3 A06B-60AA-H203 A06B-60AA-H007 A06B-60AA-C203 A06B-60AA-C008 A20B-0009-0530 A06B-60AA-C507/J10 J10


A06B-60AA-H103 A06B-60AA-C103 A20B-1000-0690

MODEL 6 A06B-60AArH206 A06B-60AA-H008 A06B-60AA-C206 A06B-60AA-C008 A20B-0009-0531 A06B-60AA-C508/J11 Jll A06B-0707-B001 ,-B002
A06B-60AA-H106' A06B-60AA-C106 A20B-1000-0691 A06B-1006-B100 ,-B200

High-speed MODEL 6 A06B-60AA-H260 A06B-60AA-H009 A06B-60AA-C208 A06B-60AA-C009 A20B-0009-0532 A06B-60AA-C521 J7A A06B-1006-B903 ,-B90A
A06B-60AA-B160 A06B-60AA-C108 A20B-1000-0692

I MODEL 8 A06B-60AA-H208 A06B-60AA-H010 A06B-60AA-C509 * J02 A06B-0706-B001 f-B002


Ln A06B-60AA-H108 A06B-1008-B100, -B200
I A06B-60AA-H2 12 A06B-60AA-H112 A06B-60AA-C212 A06B-60AA-C010 A20B-0009-0533 A06B-60AA-C510 J03 A06B-0705-B001 ,-B002
MODEL 12
A06B-60AA-C112 A20B-1000-0693 A06B-1012-B100 , -B200

MODEL 15 A06B-60AA-H023 A06B-60AA-H0 11 A06B-60AA-C017 A06B-60AA-C011 A20B-0009-053A A06B-60AA-C511 J0A A06B-0708-B001,-B002


A06B-1015-B100 ,-B200

MODEL 18 A06B-60AA-H03A A06B-60AA-H016 A06B-60AA-C019 A06B-60AA-C012 A20B-0009-0538 A06B-60AA-C516 J05 A06B-0709-B001 ,-B002

MODEL 22 A06B-60AA-H027 A06B-60AA-H017 A06B-60AA-C018 A06B-60AA-C013 A20B-1000-0539 A06B-60AA-C5 17 J06 A06B-07 10-B001 ,-B002

MODEL 30 A06B-60AA-H130 A06B-60AA-C130 A20B-1000-0700 A06B-60AA-C536 J07 A06B-1030-B100 ,-B200

MODEL AO A06B-60AA-H1 A0 A06B-60AA-C1 A0 A20B-1000-0701 A06B-60AA-C529 J08 A06B-10A0-B 100 ,-B200

Note 1) Mounting parts of PCB A20B-0009-0530 - 0539 are identical to each other, except for ROM,
but their setting and adjustment differ from each other.
Note 2) Mounting parts of PCB A20B-1000-0690 -
0693 are identical to each other, except for ROM, J02
but their setting and adjustment differ from each other. ROM type
Note 3) Mounting parts of PCB A20B-1000-0700 -
0701 are identical to each other, except for ROM, 001 D
but their setting and adjustment differ from each other. ROM edition
Note A) Mounting parts of PCB A16B-1100-0090 -
0092 are identical to each other, but their setting
and adjustment differ each other. ROM address
Note 5) The ROM mounting position shows MD25 (MH28 in case of A16B-1100-0080)
(See appendix 6 PCB parts wiring diagram)
Note 6) The ROM type is indicated as shown in the right figure.
Table 1.1 (b) Order specification

Name Specification No. PCB No.

D/A converter (BCD) A06B-6041-J031

D/A converter (BINARY) A06B-604 1-J032

Orientation AS
(Position coder type, 2-stage A06B-6052-J110 A20B-0008-0240
speed change gear spindle)

Orientation BS
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c. (Position coder type, 2-stage A06B-6052-J111 A20B-0008-024 1
speed change gear spindle)
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Orientation CS
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in (Magnetic sensor type, 2-stage A06B-6052-J120 A20B-0008-0030
CM speed change gear spindle)
r—H

HJ Orientation GS
n (Magnetic sensor type, 2-stage A06B-6052-J122 A20B-0008-0031
c
2: speed change gear spindle)

Speed gain selection control


A06B-6052-J701 A16B-1700-0020
circuit

Orientation A
(Position coder type, A06B-6041-J110 A20B-0008-0240
2-stage speed change gear spindle)

Orientation B
(Position coder type, A06B-6041-J111 A20B-0008-0241
2-stage speed change gear spindle)

Orientation C
(Magnetic sencer type, A06B-6041-J120 A20B-0008-0030
2-stage speed change gear spindle)

Orientation D
(Magnetic sencer type, A06B-6041-J121 A20B-0009-0520
2-stage speed change gear spindle)

Orientation E
(Position coder type, A06B-6041-J130 A20B-1000-0460
4-stage speed change gear spindle)

Orientation F
(Position coder type, A06B-6041-J131 A20B-1000-0461
4-stage speed change gear spindle)

Orientation G
(Magnetic sencer type, A06B-6041-J122 A20B-0008-0031
2-stage speed change gear spindle)

Speed gain selection control


A06B-6044-J701 A16B-1700-0020
circuit

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2. DAILY MAINTENANCE AND MAINTENANCE TOOLS

Check and clean the following items once every 6 months or so for using the AC
spindle motor and AC spindle servo units under a normal condition for a long
time.
Take the check frequency into consideration according to the contamination
degrees in each item.

2.1 AC Spindle Motor

If the ventilation hole, cooling fan, and fan finger guard (net) of the AC
spindle motor become dusty, the radiation efficiency of the motor drops. Clean
the AC spindle motor by using the factory air and a vacuum cleaner.

2.2 AC Spindle Servo Unit

Since a cooling fan is mounted at the upper part of the servo unit, its nearby
resistor and other parts become dusty after a long-time use. If they are dusty,
clean them using the vacuum cleaner or the like.

2.3 Maintenance Tools

2.3.1 Tools used for adjustments


Use tools indicated in Table 2.3.1 (a) for adjustments and tools indicated in
Table 2.3.1 (b) for repairing troubles.

Table 2.3.1 (a) Tools used for adjustments

Name Specification Use

AC Voltmeter 1 <\» 300 V +2% or less AC power voltage


measurement

©, © screwdrivers © large, medium size


© large, medium, small
size

Table 2.3.1 (b) Tools used for repairing troubles

Name Specification Use

AC Voltmeter 1 300 V +1% or less AC power voltage


measurement

DC voltmeter 1 mV 'v, 500 V +1% or DC power voltage


less measurement and offset
voltage check

Circuit tester Resistance value check

©, © screwdrivers © large, medium size

© large, medium, small


size

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2.4 Major Maintenance Parts

For maintenance parts, see appendix 7 Major maintenance parts.

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3. TROUBLESHOOTING

Perforin troubleshooting, referring to each item in Table 5 (b) according to


trouble conditions if a trouble occurred.

Table 5 Sort of trouble conditions

Reference
Item Trouble conditions
item
1 Power voltage check 3. 1

2 Power ON indicator lamp PIL does not light. 3.2

3 Alarm lamp does not light on PCB. 3.3

4 Revolutions are not as specified. 3.4

5 Motor does not rotate. 3.4

6 Vibrations and noises are noticeable during rotation. 3.5

7 An abnormal noise is produced from motor during deceleration. 3.6

8 Motor speed overshoots or hunting occurs. 3.7

9 Cutting power drop 3.8

10 Spindle orientation is not correct. 3.9

11 Acceleration/deceleration time is longer than specified. 3. 10

3.1 Power Voltage Check

Check AC power voltage and DC power voltage on PCB check terminals and standard
values are as specified in Table 3.1.

Table 3.1 Power voltage check

AC power voltage check Check at INPUT terminals R,S,T (See 4.2)

DC power voltage check Voltage Check terminal Standard value


on PCB
+24 V +24 V - 0 V About 25 V +10%, ripple
about 0.5 V

+15 V +15 V - 0 V +15 V +4%


(Not adjustable)

+5 V +5 V - 0 V +5 V +1%
(Adjustable by RV15)

-15 V -15 V - 0 V -15 V +4%


(Not adjustable)

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Check terminal positions

a
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N ® 24V
5 ® OV LT
®+5V
®+l 5 V
0-15V a
C
N
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CN9 0-1 5
®0V
® +5 a
0 +1 5
|C ®+2 4
N,
4 LT

a
CN1 I [cN3l |CN2[ LT
CN1 CN2 CN3

Model 1, 2, small 3
Model 3 ~ 40

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3.2 Power ON Indicator Lamp OIL does not Light

Table 3.2 Check procedure and remedy

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy-

1 AC power is not Check it at power


supplied . input terminals R,S,T.

2 Fuse F4 is blown out. See appendix 5. Replace F4 (5A) .


3 Fuses AF1, AF2, and Check if alarm indi¬ Replace fuses AF1, AF2,
AF3 are blown out. cations of fuses AF1, AF3. Replace PCB, if
AF2, AF3 appear. See these fuses are blown
appendix 5. out again soon after
replacing them.

4 PCB connectors CN6 and Check if the connector Insert connectors


CN7 are not plugged guide groove appears on correctly.
correctly. the PCB connector
surface .
5 Neither 19A nor 19B is Check voltage at check Replace transformer TF.
output because of terminals 19A-CT and
defective transformer I9B-CT of PCB.
TF. Measuring voltage
values should be about
AC 19 V between these
terminals .
6 PCB power circuit is Lamp PIL is lit by +5 V Replace PCB.
defective . and -15 V.
Check power voltage
according to Table 3.1.

Note) Item 2 and 3 differ in AC spindle servo unit model 1/2/small model 3 as
follows.

Item' Causes Check procedure Remedy

2 Fuse FI is blown out. FI is mounted on the


lower PCB. See
Replace FI (5A) .
appendix 6.

3 Fuse AF1 or fuse Check if alarm indi¬ Replace fuse AF1 or


resistors FR1, 2 are cation of fuse AF1 fuse resistors FR1, 2.
blown out. appears or not. See Replace PCB, if these
appendix 6. parts are blown out
again soon after
replacing them.

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3.3 Alarm Lamp Lights on PCB

An alarm is displayed by four binary codes using LEDs mounted on PCB as shown in
Table 3.3.
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ALARM CODE

Fig. 3.3 (a)

Table 3.3 (a) Contents of alarms

(T) Alarm contents in AC spindle servo unit model 1/2/small model 3.

Alarm display (o: Light)


No. Contents of alarms
8 4 2 1

1 o Motor is overheated (thermostat operates).

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2 o Speed is deviated from the command value
due to overload and others.

3 o o Regenerative circuit is faulty.

6 o o The motor speed exceeds the maximum rated


speed (analog system detection).

7 o o o The motor speed exceeds the maximum rated


speed (digital system detection) .
8 o Power voltage is higher than specified.

9 o o Radiator for power semiconductors is


overheated.

10 o o +15 V power voltage is abnormally low.

11 o o o DC link voltage is abnormally high.

12 o o DC link current is flows excessively.

13 o o o CPU and peripheral parts are defective.

14 o o o ROM is defective.

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(?) Alarm contents in MODEL 3-40.

Alarm display (o: Light)


No. Contents of alarms
8 4 2 1

1 o Motor is overheated (thermostat operates).

2 o Speed is deviated from the command value


due to overload and others.

3 o o Fuse F7 in DC link is blown out.

4 o Fuses FI, F2, or F3 in AC input circuit


are blown out.

5 o o Fuse AF2 or AF3 on PCB is blown out._

6 o o The motor speed exceeds the maximum rated


speed (analog system detection).

7 o o o The motor speed exceeds the maximum rated


speed (digital system detection).

8 o Power voltage (+24 V) is higher than


specified.

9 o o Radiator for power semiconductors is


overheated.

10 o o +15 V power voltage is abnormally low.

11 o o o DC link voltage is abnormally high.

12 o o DC link current is flows excessively.

13 o o o CPU and peripheral parts are defective.

14 o o o ROM is defective.

15 o o o o Option circuit is in trouble.

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1) Alarm No. |T] Motor is overheated.

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 Built-in fan motor of Replace fan motor.


spindle motor is
defective.

2 Overload operation Check it using a load Re-examine cutting


meter. conditions and tools.

3 Motor cooling system Clean it using


is dirty. compressed air or
vacuum cleaner.

4 Disconnection or poor Check connections Confirm the connection


contact of wiring between motor and servo of connector for
unit. signal.

2) Alarm No. f2l Speed is deviated from the command value.

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 Overload Check it using a load Re-examine cutting


meter. conditions and tools.

2 Transistor module is Transistor collector- Replace transistor


defective. emitter is open. module.

3 Blow out of fuse in Check fuses F5 and F6 Check if the acceler¬


regeneration circuit. for continuity by using ation/deceleration on
a circuit tester. cycle is to frequent.
Replace fuses.

4 Blow out or poor Check fuses FA, FB, .. Connect fuses securely,
connection of the FG for blown out or and replace blown out
driver protective missing. fuses, if any.
fuse on PCB.

5 Speed feedback signal Check the speed feed¬ Adjust RV18 and RV19.
is defective. back signal level. Set duty to about 50%.

6 Wiring failure Check if connection


(disconnection, poor cables are normally
contact, etc.) connected.

Note 1) Speed feedback signal check


Observe the speed feedback signal using an oscilloscope under the rota¬
tion command off (motor stop, drive power off) condition after turning
on the power supply. Observe it at the following check terminals, while
slowly turning the motor by hand.

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Check terminals Normal wave form6

CH3-0V
Vp-p= 0.36 — 0.5 v

(PA) About 2.5V


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CH4-0V
Same as shown above
(PB)

CH5-0V
DC 2.5 V +0.2 V
(RA)

CH6-0V
Same as shown above
(RB)

CH7-0V (Adjus! RV18)


CH7
0V

CH8-0V 4.5 V
(Adjust RVI9)
CH8
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0.4 V
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(Duty : 504)
0 v
(In case of CW rotation) (CH7 and CH3 signals are inverted in
CCW direction.)

3) Alarm No. [3]


(T) MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3 regenerative circuit is faulty.
In MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3, alarm No. 3 indicates that the regenerative
circuit is faulty. A transistor may be defective.
Locate a defective element, and replace it according to the following
procedure.
Replace PCB if a transistor is faulty due to a trouble of control PCB.
Please contact our service center, if repair is difficult.

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Procedure Description

1 Turn off AC power supply (turn off the magnetics cabinet breaker)
and disconnect the motor power cable.

2 Remove two screws of the plate which fixes the upper PCB, and
check the resistance values of the transistor collector (CG)-
emitter (EG), collector (CG)-base (BG) , and base (BG)-emitter (EG)
of lower PCB, respectively.
(See appendix 6 PCB mounting drawing)

/fill
o BG
CG
EG
CG EG

\IM BG

Criteria (when circuit tester is set to xlOft range)

Check Circuit tester


Normal Faulty
terminal terminal

C-E Connect C to Several 100ft Short, infinite


+ terminal

Connect C to Infinite Short, several


- terminal loon

C-B Connect C to Several 100ft Short, infinite


+ terminal

Connect C to Infinite Short, several


- terminal 100ft

B-E Connect B to Several 100ft Short, infinite


+ terminal

Connect B to Several 100ft Short, infinite


- terminal

If a transistor is broken, the collector-emitter and collector-


base are shorted, respectively.

3 Remove the screws of the lower PCB and short bar holder, and
replace faulty parts. Apply silicon grease without fail when
replacing parts.

4 After replacement, reset the lower PCB and short bar holder as
before, and check the circuit according to procedure 2.

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Procedure Description

5 Check regenerative transistor driver circuit of lower PCB.


(T) Turn on AC input power supply. Don't apply any rotation
commands (SFR,SRV).
(2) Measure the BG-EG voltage by using a circuit tester (2ÿ5 V
range). Particularly be careful not to receive any electric
shock, since a high voltage (DC 300 V) is applied nearby.

jCriteria]

A faulty circuit can be checked at glance, since it is


different from other normal circuits.

Base-emitter voltage (based on emitter)

Normal About -0.8 V -1.3 V

Faulty About 0.0 V -0.8 V

If a PCB was confirmed to have been faulty, check if the fuse on


driver circuit is blown out or not by using a circuit tester.
If the fuse is blown out, replace it and check the circuit again to
make sure that the trouble has been recovered.

6 Fix two screws of the plate which fixes the upper PCB.

7 Connect the motor power cable and start operation again.

(2) MODEL 3 40 DC link fuse (F7) is blown out.


In MODEL 3 40, alarm No. 3 indicates that the DC link fuse (F7) is
blown out.
In this case, a transistor module may be defective.
Locate and replace the defective element according to the following
procedure.
Replace PCB if the transistor module may be faulty due to a trouble of
the control PCB.
Please contact FANUC service center, if repair is difficult.
(The fuse name is F4 in MODEL 30 and 40)

Procedure Description

1 Turn off AC power supply (turn off the magnetics cabinet breaker)
and disconnect the motor power cable.

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Procedure Description

2 Remove PCB and check the resistance values of the transistor


module collector (Cl ,C2)-eraitter (E1,E2), connector (Cl,C2)-base
(B1,B2) and base (Bl,B2)-emitter (E1,E2), respectively.

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Criteria (circuit tester range xlOft)

Terminal
Circuit tester
to be Normal Faulty
terminal
observed
C-E Connect C to Several 100J2 Short, infinite
4- terminal

Connect C to Infinite Short, several


- terminal loon

C-B Connect C to Several 100ft Short, infinite


+ terminal
Connect C to Infinite Short, several
- terminal 100ft

B-E Connect B to Several 100ft Short, infinite


+ terminal

Connect B to Several 100ft Short, infinite


- terminal

If a transistor is broken, the collector-emitter and collector-


base are shorted, respectively.

3 Replace faulty parts. Apply a coat of silicon grease without fail


when replacing them.

4 After replacement, recheck the circuit according to procedure 2.

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Procedure Description

5 Check the transistor drive circuit on PCB.


(T) Remove DC link fuse F7 and turn on AC input power supply.
Don't' apply any rotation commands (SFR,SRV).
(2) Measure the base-emitter voltage of eight transistors (U,V,W
regenerative control circuits) (at connectors CN6,7) by using a
circuit tester (2 5 V range).
Particularly be careful since a high voltage (DC 300 V) is
applied to CN6 and CN7. Be careful not to damage any connector
when checking the connector using the probe.

[Criteria!
A faulty circuit can be checked at glance, since it is different
from other normal circuits.

Base-emitter voltage (based on emitter)

Normal About -0.8 V i -1.3 V

Faulty About 0.0 V % -0.8 V

Connector CN6 terminal

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
5C 5B 5E 6C 6B 6E 7C 7B 7E 8C 8B 8E
-i

Conneetor CN7 terminals %


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
IB IE 2C 2B 2E 3C 3B 3E 4C 4B 4E /; •: 1
1C
V
(References)
The following figure indicates waveforms undeT' normal and
abnormal conditions. Refer to these waveforms, when it is
difficult to check a trouble by using a circuit tester.

Be careful since a high voltage (about DC 300 V) is applied


to CN6 and CN7.
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Apply normal rotation and reverse rotation commands.


(The velocity command is Orpm)
Observe the base-emitter' waveform of each transistor (U,V,W
regenerative circuits) at CN6 and CN7 connectors by using an
insulated oscilloscope.
When F7 is removed, alarm No. 3 occurs.
Short check terminals "ARS" and OV using a clip or the like.
After observation, detach the clip without fail.

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Procedure Description

Normal waveform Faulty waveform

about about
+1.0 +1.0
-1.5V — 1.5V
0V 0V

about about
-1.0~ -0.0—
-1.5V -0.8V
l 166Msec 166*isec

Perform the following repair, if a PCB was found to have been


faulty.
(1) Fuses FA, FB...FG of the driver circuit are mounted in and
after PCB version No. 17H.
Check if these fuses are normal by using a circuit tester. If
a fuse is blown out, replace it, and check steps (1),(2) again
to make sure that the trouble has been recovered.
(2) Replace PCB if a PCB does not correspond to (1) or no fuse is
blown out in (1).

6 Connect the motor power cable, replace fuse F7, and restart the
operation.

4) Alarm No. 0 AC input fuses (FI, F2, F3) are blown out.

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 High impedance on AC ° Alarm No. 4 lights ° Replace the power


power supply side. only when the motor supply having low
(Note 1) speed is reduced power impedance.
(Example) from high speed. 0
Looseness of input
0
Two transformers are Alarm No. 4 may also cable connector.
connected in series or light, irrespective Example :
when a variable auto¬ of normal condition Open phase due to
transformer is of FKF3. loosened screws.
connected .
2 Transistor module is See alarm No. 3. See alarm No. 3.
defective . Replace transistor
module and fuse.

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Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

3 Diode module or After disconnecting Replace defective


thyristor module is cables of diode modules parts and fuses.
defective . DMlÿ and thyristor
modules SM1ÿ3, check
A-K by using a circuit
tester.
(Defective parts are
generally shorted.)

4 Surge absorbers or Check surge absorbers Replace defective


capacitors are Z1V3 and capacitors parts and fuses.
defective. C4ÿ6.

5 Input fuses not blown Check if it is not Replace the PCB if not
out . applicable to item 1. applicable to item 1.

Note) Power impedance checking method.

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AC spindle
To AC power g AC spindle motor
supply servo unit
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>G G,

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AC voltmeter

I Calculation formula

E0" E1
— x 100 (%) < 7 (%)
E0
where Eÿ: Voltage when the motor stops operating.
Eÿ: Voltage during acceleration of motor or voltage just before the
motor speed begins lowering with a load applied.

2 Input power specifications

Name Specifications

Nominal rated voltage AC200/230V


Allowable voltage -15% +10%
fluctuation width

Power frequency 50/60Hz


Power impedance Voltage fluctuation due to load (120% load
at 30 minute rating): Less than 7%

21
5) Alarm No. Q[] Fuses AF2 or AF3 on PCB are blown out.

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 PCB is defective Check AC input voltage. Replace PCB.


See 5 in para 3.2.
2 Power voltage is
abnormal.

Note) This alarm does not occur in MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3.

6) Alarm No. [6] Overspeed (analog detection)

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 PCB setting failure or Check PCB for normal Change S5 setting.


adjusting failure setting and adjustment
(S2, S3, S5) .
2 Wrong specification of Check specification Replace ROM.
ROM (memory IC) referring to Table 1.1.

3 PCB is defective. Replace PCB.

7) Alarm No. [7] Overspeed (digital detection)


Same as in alarm No. 6

8) Alarm No. [8] +24V overvoltage

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 AC power voltage Check power voltage.


exceeds +10% of the
rated value.

2 Setting failure of Check power voltage. Setting from 200V to


voltage selection 230V.
toggle switch.

9) Alarm No. [9] Radiator is overheated.

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 Cooling fan is Check if fan is Replace fan.


defective. stopping.

2 Overload operation. Check load by using a Re-examine the cutting


load meter. condition.

3 Dusty and dirty. Clean using compressed


air or vacuum cleaner.

10) Alarm No. [0| +15V voltage drop.


This alarm indicates abnormally low AC power voltage (-15% or less).

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11) Alarm No. 0 Overvoltage of DC link circuit.
(Regenerative circuit is faulty ... Regeneration failure)
Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 Fuses F5 and F6 are Check fuses F5, F6 by Replace fuses.


blown out. using a circuit tester.
If these fuses are
blown out, check
transistor module by
the same procedure as
in alarm No. 3.

2 High power impedance. Examine AC power


specification.

3 PCB is defective. Replace PCB.

Note) Item 1 does not apply to MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3.

12) Alarm No. 0 Overcurrent flows to DC link circuit.

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 Output terminals or Check connections.


internal circuit of
motor is shorted.

2 Transistor module is Check it by the same Replace defective


defective. procedure as in alarm parts.
No. 3.

3 PCB is defective. Replace PCB.

Note) Method of replacing transistor modules in MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3.

Procedure Description

1 Turn off AC power supply (turn off the magnetics cabinet breaker)
and disconnect the motor power cable.

2 Disconnect the cables (including flat cables) which connect the


upper and lower PCB.

3 Remove one upper screw and one lower screw, and open the cabinet
to the front left together with the mounting plate without
detaching the upper PCB.

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Procedure Description

4 Check resistance values of the following terminals of transistor


modules on the lower PCS by using a circuit tester.
(1) P (collector) - Uo,Vo,Wo (emitter)
(2) Uo,Vo,Wo (collector) - N (emitter)
(3) P (collector) - B1,B2,B3 (base)
(4) Uo,Vo,Wo (collector) - B2,B4,B6 (base)
(5) B1,B3,B5 (base) - Uo,Vo,Wo (emitter)
(6) B2,B4,B6 (base) - N (emitter)
(See appendix 6 PCB installation drawing.)

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Criteria (circuit tester range x 10ft)

Terminal
Circuit tester
to be Normal Faulty
terminal
observed
C-E Connect C to Several 100ft Short, infinite
+ terminal

Connect C to Infinite Short, several


- terminal 100ft

C-B Connect C to Several 100ft Short, infinite


+ terminal
Connect C to Infinite Short, several
- terminal 100ft

B-E Connect B to Several 100ft Short, infinite


4- terminal

Connect B to Several 100ft Short, several


- terminal

If a transistor is broken, the collector-emitter and collector-


base are usually shorted, respectively.

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Procedure Description

3 Replace faulty parts.


Remove the lower PCB first (See Table 6.2 (a)-(l)).
Divide the connection part of the short bar holder into 2 parts by
using cutting pliers or the like, remove the right side part, and
replace the transistor module. Apply a coat of silicon grease
without fail when replacing these parts.

4 After replacement, mount the short bar holder and mount the lower
PCB onto the short bar holder (See Table 6.2 (b)-(l)).
Recheck the circuit according to procedure 2.

5 Check the PCB transistor driver circuit.


(1) Turn on the AC input power supply. Don't apply any rotation
commands (SFR,SRV).
(2) Measure the base-emitter voltage of six transistors (U,V,W
phases) by using a circuit tester.
Particularly be careful since a high voltage is applied to the
vicinity of the driver circuit so as not to receive any
electric shock.

[Criteria]

A faulty circuit can be checked at glance, since it is


different from other normal circuit.

Base-emitter voltage (based on emitter)

Normal About -0.8 V % -1.3 V

Faulty About 0.0 V -0.8 V

(Reference)
The following figure shows normal and abnormal waveforms as a
reference when they cannot be checked easily by using a circuit
tester.

Particularly be careful since a high voltage (about 300V) is


applied to the vicinity of the driver circuit.

Apply normal rotation or reverse rotation command.


(The velocity command specifies 0 rpm) .
Observe the base-emitter waveform of each transistor (U,V,W
phases) at each terminal of the lower PCB by using an insulated
oscilloscope.
Short the check terminal ARS to 0 V by using a clip or the like.
Disconnect the clip without fail after observation.

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Procedure Description

Normal waveform Faulty waveform

about about
+1.0 +1.0
-1.5V -1.5V

0V 0V

about about
-1.0~ 0.0~
-1.5V -0.8V
166mscc 166jisec

Repair the circuit if the PCB was confirmed to be faulty. Fuses


FA, FB...FG of the driver circuit are mounted on PCB. Check these
fuses for normal condition by using a circuit tester. Replace
faulty fuses, if any, and check (1),(2) again to make sure that
the trouble has been recovered.

6 Connect the motor power cable and restart the operation.

13) Alarm No. Q CPU alarm.


Replace PCB.

14) Alarm No. 0 ROM is defective.

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 ROM is not mounted at Check if ROM is Mount ROM properly.


all or not properly unplugged from the
mounted. socket or if its leads
are broken.

2 ROM is defective. Replace ROM having


correct specification.
(see Table 1.1)

15) Alarm No. O Option alarm.

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 Spindle selector Replace PCB.


circuit or other option
PCB are faulty.

2 Option PCB connection Check and correct the


is in error. connection.

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3.4 Motor does not Rotate, or Motor does not Rotate at the Specified Revolutions

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 Fault analysis Alarm lamp lights on Proceed to 3.3.


spindle servo unit when
rotation command is
given.

Alarm lamp does not Proceed to item 2 or


light. 3.

2 Command signal Check signal cable


connection failure Connection.

3 PCB is defective. Replace PCB.

3.5 Vibrations or Noises are Noticeable during Rotation

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 Motor is defective. Replace motor.

2 PCB is defective. Run the motor idly. Replace PCB.


When the connector CN2
from AC spindle servo
unit while rotating the
motor, overheat alarm
occurs, and the motor
runs idly. If vibra¬
tions and noises are
reduced during idle run
as compared with normal
rotation time, the
control circuit is
defective .
3.6 Abnormal Noise is Produced from Motor during Deceleration

During deceleration of the motor, energy is regenerated to the power supply


through the regenerative control circuit (this energy is consumed by resistors
in MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3)
If the regenerative energy is excessive, the regeneration limiter circuit
operates to change the motor current waveform, causing an abnormal noise to be
produced from the motor.
If such a case, turn RV6 (this is normally set to division 3) counterclockwise
untill no abnormal noise is produced. When RV6 is turned counterclockwise, the
deceleration time increases.

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3.7 Speed Overshooting or Hunting Occurs

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

.1 PCB setting or Increase gain by Readjust RV12.


adjustment failure. turning RV12
(standard division 5)
clockwise.

2 Spindle hunting occurs. Decrease gain by Readjust RV12.


turning RV12
counterclockwise .
3.8 Cutting Power is Low

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 ROM specification is Check it referring to Replace ROM.


wrong. Table 1.1.

2 Torque limitation Check signal.


command is applied.

3 Loosened belt. Check belt for proper


tension.

3.9 Orientation is not Correct

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 Setting or adjusting Check if circuit is set Refer to setting and


failure of orientation and adjusted as adjustment of spindle
control circuit. specified in data orientation control
sheet . circuit in chapter 7.

2 Orientation control Replace PCB.


circuit PCB is
defective .
3 Spindle control PCB is Adjust PCB.
maladjusted.

4 Position detection Check the output signal Replace the position


(position coder or waveform of the coder or magnetic
magnetic sensor) is position detector. sensor.
defective . (For the magnetic
sensor, refer to
appendix 10.)

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3.10 Acceleration/Deceleration Time is Long

Item Causes Check procedure Remedy

1 Torque limitation Check signal.


command is applied.

2 ROM specification is Replace ROM.


wrong.

3 Defection of the See alarm No. 2


regenerative circuit. item 3, 4.

4 PCB is maladjusted. If RV6 is set lower Readjust RV6.


than necessary, the
deceleration time
increases (see para.
3.6).

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4. INSTALLATION

4.1 Installation Procedure

Observe the checking procedure shown in the following table at the installation
time.

Item Description Remarks

1 Check if specification of motor, Check if motor corresponds to


servo unit, options, etc. are units, PCB, and ROM correctly
correct . according to table 1.1.

2 Check appearance for damage Check resistors, and PCB parts


mounted on the upper part for
damage.
3 Check the working AC power supply See table 4.2.1.
for voltage, voltage fluctuation,
power capacity (KVA) and
frequency.

4 Connect the earth wire, power See 4.2, 4.3, 4.4 and appendix 1.
cable, drive power cable, and
signal cable (See note 1).

5 Check setting and adjustment See 5.1.


results .
6 Turn on AC power supply, and make
sure that green lamp PIL light on
PCB.

7 Give rotation command to check the


normal rotation and reverse
rotation movement.

8 Check the operation over the


entire velocity range.

9 Adjust spindle orientation See section 7.


circuit .
Note) Check the connection with discharge resistor for MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3.

4.2 Power Connection

4.2.1 Power voltage and capacity check


Measure the AC power voltage before connecting the power supply, and take the
following measure according to power voltage.

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Table 4.2.1 (a) Measure to AC power voltage

Nominal
AC power voltage Measures
voltage

170 V 220 V 200 V Set toggle switch SW to 200 V

210 V 253 V 230 V Set toggle switch SW to 230 V


*
Higher than 380 V Set input voltage to 230 V by using
254 V 550 V insulation transformer

The input power specification of the AC spindle servo unit is as specified in


Table 4.2.1 (a).
Use a power source having the power capacity having a sufficient allowance so
that no trouble due to voltage drop occurs with the maximum load.

Table 4.2.1 (b) Input power specifications of AC spindle servo unit

Nominal rated voltage AC 200 V/230 V (SW selection), 3 phases

Allowable voltage fluctuation -15% +10%


*
Frequency 50 Hz/60Hz +1 Hz (Note 1)

Power Motor model 1 2 3 6 8 12 15 18 22 30 40


capacity
Capacity (KVA)
with 30-minute 4 7 9 12 17 22 26 32 37 54 63
rating

Note 1) Model 40 (A06B-6052-H140) requires the 50/60 Hz selection. However,


this selection is not required for other models.

4.2.2 Protective earth connection


Connect the protective earth to connection terminal G before connecting the
power supply.
Use the protective earth having sufficient capacity as compared with the feeder
circuit breaker capacity.

4.2.3 Power connection


Connect the power cable after protective earth connection.
The power phase rotation is not specified for AC spindle servo unit.

4.3 AC Spindle Motor Connection

Connect the AC spindle motor according to the connection diagram in appendix 1.


If the drive power cable connection sequence is in error, vibrations are
produced or alarm No. 2 occurs to stop the motor. Connect protective earth "G"
without fail.

4.4 Single Cable Connection

Connect the signal cable according to the connection diagram in appendix 1.

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5. SETTING AND ADJUSTMENTS

5.1 Setting of Unit and PCB

For the parts on the unit and PCBs, refer to mounting layout of parts (APPENDIX
5 and 6). Confirm the following setting before turning on the power switch.

Table 5.1 (a) Setting to be confirmed before turning on the power switch

No. Check items Remarks

1 Setting of voltage selection See para. 4.2

2 Setting (short bars) check .


See table 5 1 (b)

Table 5.1(b) Setting

Setting Setting at
terminal Contents Setting shipment
number from FANUC
Machine ready
SI
signal (MRDY)
Used OFF
0]o ON
OFF

Not used ON
01 ON

S2 Analog over¬
ride
Used OFF
0o J
OFF

Not used ON
01 ON

S3 Same as the Used ON ON


above 0) ON
Not used OFF
0J
o ON

S4 Velocity Use of OFF OFF


command signal external
analog voltage 0 ]°N
o
command
o
Use of R01 ON
R12 commands 01 ON

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I

Setting Setting at
terminal Contents Setting shipment
number from FANUC
A Set to the
S5 MODEL Setting of 4000, 4500, A,B: OFF °
1 velocity feed¬ 8000 rpm rating of
back amount to the motor
o A employed
2 rated command 6000 rpm B: ON

Small
0 B

MODEL
3
20000 rpm A: ON
Eh
o B

4500 rpm B: Shorted


H B
A
MODEL °
o B
3 6000 rpm A: Shorted
s
40
0*
8000 rpm A and
B: Opened
lB
A
°
S6 Velocity S6 Depends on motor and PPW version
control numbers. See table 5.1 (c)
phase com¬
S7 pensation S7

S8 Delay time
required until
0 sec/option OFF
0]
o ON
ON
(Note 2)
motor is de¬
energized 0.2 sec/ ON
standard 0] ON
S9 Machine ready
signal func¬
MCC is turned
off
OFF
0fÿON OFF

tion
MCC is not ON
turned off 0] ON
S10 Overcurrent Labeled OFF Determined
detection 0J
O
o
I
ON as speci¬
level fied on
o the unit
Not labeled ON
label
Eli ON
(Note 3)

SIX Soft start/ 0.6 8 sec A ° B A


stop time
constant
Eh
switching
3.5 40 sec B
(Adjust by
RV20)
0 B

° A

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Setting Setting at
terminal Contents Setting shipment
number from FANUC
S15 Speed-zero Maximum ON Set to the
o
detecting revolution rating of
10000 % 20000
rpm
0 ON the motor
employed.
(Note 4)
Maximum OFF
revolution
lower than 0 o
OFF

10000 rpm

Note 1) Be careful since S5 setting differs between MODEL 1, 2, small MODEL 3


and MODEL 3-40.
Note 2) Insert a short bar without fail even when setting is turned off.
Note 3) Turn on S10 only when the label at the upper part of the PCB mounting
plate represents that S10 is turned on. ;
Note 4) S15 is used for AC spindle servo unit MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3 only.
Note 5) Presence or absence of setting terminal S8 to S15.

a b c

S8 Presence Presence Absence

S9 Presence Presence Absence

S10 Absence Presence* Presence

Sll Absence Absence Presence

S 15 Presence Absence Absence

a: MODEL 1, 2, small 3S
b: MODEL 3 to 22
c: MODEL 30, 40

* S10 was added after PCB edition 17H.

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Variable resistors RV1 RV19 of the spindle control circuit PCB have been
adjusted at factory before shipment, and their adjustments are no longer
necessary, in principle.
However, the set values of variable resistors shown in Table 5.1 (d) are
changeable as required. Readjust variable resistors shown in Table 5.1 (e)
after turning on the power supply, if fine adjustment is required for offset,
rotating speed, etc.

1 OK S2 s3
10K
O Q Q -
-WV
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Velocity command | DA 2

VCMD — 1.8K 8.2 K


(MAX 10V) I 10K

1 00 K r
0V
I
Analog override | OV

OVR]
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rVRi

OVR2
a OVR2
i

Use of override
Unuse of
Setting Override range Override range
override
Max 120% Max 100%
S2 OFF OFF ON

S3 ON OFF OFF

Fig. 5.1 (a) Analog override circuit

Table 5.1 (c) Setting of S6 and S7

i) PCB A20B-0009-0534 - 539

Applicable ROM Overall version


Setting
motor Type Version number number of PCB
MODEL 15 J04 After 001F After 14F OFF ON

MODEL 18 J05 After 001C After 14F OFF ON

MODEL 22 J06 After 001A After 14F OFF ON

ii) PCB A20B-1000-0690 - 0693

Applicable ROM Setting


motor Type Version number S6 S7
2 MODEL 3 J10 After 001E OFF ON

MODEL 6 Jll After 001E OFF ON

MODEL 8 J02 After 001G OFF ON

MODEL 12 J03 After 001G OFF ON

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iii) PCB A2 OB- 1000-0 7 00 - 0701

Applicable ROM Setting


motor Type Version number S6 S7
MODEL 30 J06 After 001A OFF ON

MODEL 40 J07 After 001A OFF ON

iv) PCB A16B-1100 - 0080

Applicable ROM Setting


motor lX£e Version number S6 S7
MODEL 1 J21 After 001A OFF ON

MODEL 2 J22 After 001A OFF ON

MODEL 3 J23 After 001A OFF ON

1) Variable resistors whose set values are changeable.

Table 5.1 (d)

Variable
Standard adjustment at Setting
resistor Use
shipment from FANUC change method
number

RV3 Set speed arrival Sends speed arrival signal See appendix 8.
level when the motor speed reaches
85 115% of the command
speed.
RV4 Speed detection 3% of the maximum speed is See appendix 8.
level detected .
RV5 Torque limit value See appendix 8.

RV20 Soft start/stop See appendix 8.


time constant (Note 1)
adjust

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2) Variable resistors for fine adjustment of offset and rated speed.

Table 5.1 (e)

Variable
resistor Use Adjusting method
number

RV1 Adjusts the velocity command voltage level. See appendix 8.

RV2 Adjusts the velocity command voltage offset. See appendix 8.

RV9 Finely adjusts the rated speed in normal rotation See appendix 8.
(SFR) . (Note 2)

Rll Finely adjusts the rated speed in reverse See appendix 8.


rotation (SRV). (Note 2)

R13 Adjusts the offset when zero speed is commanded. See appendix 8.

Note 1) Soft start/stop function is employed only for MODEL 30 and 40. RV20 is
not provided to other models.
Note 2) RV9A, B/RV11A, B are provided for AC spindle servo unit MODEL 1/2/small
MODEL 3. Their adjusting methods are the same as specified above.
Note 3) Don't change the setting of variable resistors other than specified in
Table 5.1 (d) and Table 5.1 (e) , since these variable resistors have
been adjusted at factory before shipment.
For adjustments of variable resistors, see APPENDIX 8.

5.2 Setting and Adjustment of Spindle Orientation Control Circuit Option

Refer to spindle orientation control circuit, in chapter 7.

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6. EXCHANGE METHODS OF FUSES AND PCB

6.1 Exchange of Fuses


after opening the unit
Replace fuses FI - F7 in AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT series
cover as shown in 6.1.

Open the cover toward the front right


side together with the sheet metal
after unscrewing upper and lower
screws (one each).

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spindle motor model 1, 2, 3 motor model 3 and 6,
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AC spindle motor models 8 and 12.

Fig. 6.1 How to open the AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT series cover (1/2)
Open the cover toward the
front right side togetiier with
the sheet metal after unscrewing Open the cover toward the front
upper and lower screws (one each). right side together with the sheet
metal after unscrewing upper and
lower screws (one each).

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PCB
CN9
Spindle orientation Open the cover
circuit (position toward the front
right side after
coder system)
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unscrewing upper
and lower screws
CN1CN3 CN2 TB (one each)
o o
I a 1 23 CN1 CN3 CN2 TB CNI CN3 CN2 TB
ffl e=> <r=> ft —-) 0 —i 0 ' — laaai
LO
so

Remove the sheet
I
metal by removing To AC motor
four screws.
© X ©
J 220V
To magnetic
cabinet or NC
F F IF
l 2 3
„ Hffl
mm HI
Nr Remove the sheet
230v metal by removing
T1 _ four screws
1® alBIOI T2 22W
23 H [B
"55
200V
(IJW \/n.w r'P
5MTJ
s
SW (for model 40)
ll/s 0/ 10 r Mounting layout
/AY |i-M
r Mil D of parts
i
Arrange to
o

Pan motor From 3-phasc Power Pan


/
the same size
AC power supply cable motor
Prom 3-phasc Power cable
AC power supply To AC motor
AC motor

(iii) Spindle servo unit for (iv) Spindle servo unit for (v) Spindle servo unit for AC spindle
AC spindle motor model 8, AC spindle motor models motor model 30 and 40.
12 and 15 18 and 22
(A06B-6044-H009, H010,
HOI 1 , H023)
Fig. 6.1 How to open the AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT series cover (2/2)
6.2 Exchange of PCB

6.2.1 MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3

Table 6.2.1 (a) How to remove PCB

Step Procedure

1 Disconnect cables from PCB and also disconnect cables which fix the
upper and lower PCB after turning off the power supply.
Record the correspondence between cables and connector numbers.

Removal of upper PCB

2-1 Remove two fixing screws of PCB.


[]» •[]

Screw 2-M3

2-2 Open the claws of the upper


supports of PCB outward and pull 4ÿ
PCB this side while lifting it.

Pull this side


O O

Removal of lower PCB

3-1 Remove one upper screw and one


lower screw, and open the PCB
together with the mounting
plate . 0

I!
Screw 2-M4

./(/(/(/C/C/

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I

Removal of lower PCB

3-2 Remove 28 screws on PCB and


remove PCB by pulling this side. Screw M-5

Screw 27-M4

®®®
© © ®® ©
® ® 0©
® ®0 ®

®B ® © ©

Table 6.2.1 (b) How to mount PCB

Step Procedure

Mounting of upper PCB

1-1 Set the upper holes of PCB to


the upper supports of the °u
mounting plate, and push PCB
until a click is heard.

o o

1-2 Fix the lower part of PCB by


2 screws.
|]»

Screw 2-M3

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Mounting of lower PCB

2-1 Insert PCB while setting PCB


holes to the conduits mounted
®®
from the short bar holder, and ©
fix it by 28 screws.
Screw — M4
Screw M5 ®® ®
®© ©©©®
® a®® ®®®
®®
© ® © ® ®

2-2 Fix PCB together with its


mounting plate to the unit by ©

fixing the upper and lower n


screws .
Screw 2-M4

Ig'
y<Jc/c/l/<y

3 Connect cables to the connectors.

4 Check the ROM specification, PCB setting, and start operation.


c

6.2.2 MODEL 3 ~ 40

Table 6.2.2 (a) How to remove PCB

Step Procedure

1 Disconnect cables from PCB after turning off power supply. Record the
correspondence between cables and connector No.

2 Remove six screws fixing PCB.


Screw
6 -M3 D
0
D
D
0. G

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Step Procedure

3 Gradually lift the upper right


o o
and lower right part of PCB D
forward at a time, and remove
PCB by disconnecting connectors D
CN4 - 7 (pins are inserted from 0
the rear side) . o o

Lift forward

Table 6.2.2 (b) How to mount PCB

Step Procedure

1 After setting the guide holes


of PCB connectors CN4 -7 to
the guide pins on the unit side
PCD
and insert CN4 - 7 until check ' Connectors
groove (see right figure) CN4 ~7
appears on the PCB connector
surface . Guide line

I,
|
___
Guide hole

Insertion level
check groove

2 Fix PCB on the unit by using four screws. Se step 2 in Table


6.2.2 (a).

3 Connect cables to the connectors.

4 Start operating the unit after confirming the ROM specification and PCB
setting.

6.3 Exchange of Spindle Orientation Control Circuit PCB

6.3.1 MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3

Table 6.3.1 How to remove PCB

Step Procedure

1 Disconnect the flat cable which connects PCBs.

2 Remove four screws which fix


the spindle orientation control
circuit PCB plate.
<'=l Screw (M3)

<=> 0

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6.3.2 MODEL 3 ~ 40

Table 6.3.2 How to remove PCB

Step Procedure

1 Remove the entire PCB from the spindle control unit according to Table
6.2.2 (a) disconnect cables connection PCB.

2 Remove 4 screws which fix the


stays of spindle orientation
control circuit PCB.
Screw
M3

Orientation PCB

Mount PCB by reversing the procedure specified in Table 6.3.2.

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I

7. SPINDLE ORIENTATION CONTROL CIRCUIT

This chapter describes instructions for maintenance, installation, and


adjustment when a pure electric orientation (constant position stop) function is
attached to the spindle of an NC machine tool.

7.1 Configuration

Spindle orientation command

Spindle
servo unit Gear or belt

NC r n

----
i CNl

— i
i
:
Magnetic
cabinet
sequence
circuit
i C
Spindle
motor

Spindle
L J Cutting tool
1
Tp-J CNA

_J
CND
Positi
non
cont_rol ;
loop Direct coupling gear or
Orientation circuit A, E timing belt
(option)
Position coder

Fig. 7.1 (a) Configuration of spindle orientation using position coder


(Internal stop position setting type)

I ! Spindle orientation control circuit B, F


Spindle
servo unit (option)

Magnetic cabinet

---
sequence circuit
NC CNl Gear or belt
i /
1
s

--
I CNB CNACNC Spindle

I__
I motor
_l a c=i
L
Spindle
Cutting tool
I a
L_* \
Position
contr oiloop !
Direct coupling gear or
timing belt

Position coder
External stop position command
signal
12-bit binary
(4096 360°)

Fig. 7.1 (b) Configuration of spindle orientation using position coder


(External stop position setting type)

Note 1) If a position coder is mounted on a lathe, etc., it is applicable to


this system.
Note 2) Asterisked cable route is employed when the position coder of the lathe
or sync, feed position coder in machining center is combined.

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--- 1 Spindle orientation command

______
| N119
Spindle
servo unit
I
-j

---
I Gear or belt
I Magnetic CN1
NC cabinet :
-
I sequence Spindle
circuit 1 motor
CNA §
i Spindle
I I L j a
- Cutting tool

Position
control
loop
JsfH
Magnetic clcmcn
Spindle orientation control
circuit C, D, G (option) Magnetic
sensor J \ (direct-coupled)

Magnetic sensor
w-'i Amplifier

Fig. 7.1 (c) Configuration of spindle orientation using magnetic sensor

7.2 Adjustment of Position Coder System Spindle Orientation Control Circuit

7.2.1 Setting and adjustment of spindle orientation control circuit in 2-step spindle speed change

The MODEL 3ÿ40 require orientation A, B (A06B-6041-J110, Jill), while MODEL


1/2/small MODEL 3 require orientation AS or BS (A06B-6052-J110 , Jill). Setting
and adjustment for PCB A20B-0008-0240, 0241 are described in the followings.
1) Display contents
The following display is done using LED.

Lighting
LED No. Symbol Description
color

LED 1 ORIENTATION Green Lights when orientation command


(0RCM1, 2 ON) is input.

LED 2 LOW Green Lights when cluth switching signal *CTH


contact is closed. It means that cluth LOW
is selected.

LED 3 IN-POSITION Green Light when orientation end signal 0RAR1-2


OUT is sent.

LED 4 IN-POSITION Green Lights when spindle enters within 1 pulse


ADJUST width of orientation command position.
Adjust OFFSET adjusting RV3/RV5 so that
this LED4 lights at gear HIGH/LOW, and the
stop positions at gear HIGH and LOW
coincide with each other.

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2) Setting
a) Setting position coder power supply
If the position coder power supply +5 V is supplied from the spindle
amplifier, short the circuit between +5 V - 5 H and 0 G - 0 V. Open the
circuit between +5 V 5 H and 0 G -
0 V when +5 V is supplied from NC
machine tool.
b) Setting of SW4 and SW5

Position coder Type SW4 SW5

Balanced type Type A Right Right

Unbalanced type Type B Left Left

c) Setting of SH01, SH02, SH03


Set SH01, SH02, and SH03 according to the following table.

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. \
-. Table 7.2.1 Setting of SH01, SH02 and SH03
’•V - O indicates short-circuit, while
x indicates opening .

SH01 SH02 SH03


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 e l 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2
Remarks
No Setting contents
1 I I I
16' 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 2 3
Setting of rotating direction x
CCW O (Standard)
1 in the first orientation after
turning on the power switch.
cw x o
CCW direction
Setting of rotating direction only x O ( Standard)
2 in the second and sub¬
CW direction
sequent orientation. x x
only
Same as rotat¬
ing direction O x ( Standard)

1t X X
Setting to clamp the orien¬
tation speed determined by
2/3 O x
3 position gain to 1, 2/3 and
1/3. 1/3 x O

I Same direction x
Setting by spindle rotation
O Depens upon machine tools. Hunting occurs,
Opposite if this setting is inverted.
03 4 and rotating direction of
position coder.
direction x o
I
+2 pulse O O O O O O

Setting of the in-position +4 O O o o o


width when orientation end (+16 pulse corresponds to +4.. 3°)
5
signals (ORAR1, 2) are +8 O O o o
output.
+ 16 o o o
+ 32 O O

+64 O

No compensation x x (Standard)
6 Setting by hysteresis of
position coder +1 pulse O x

-1 pulse X O

DC O X When DC spindle servo unit is used.


Setting according to the
7
types of spindle servo unit. AC x O When AC spindle servo unit is used.

(Note) Sending condition (C) of orientation end signal are as below:

* The angle position is located with the in-position setting pulse range.
* Speed zero signal is turned on.
* ORCM is turned on.
d) Setting of position switches (SW1, 2, 3)

Angle change amount


Setting switch Pulse number per 1 division
per 1 division

SW1 4096/16 = 256 pulses- every 22.5°

SW2 256/16 = 16 pulses every 1.4°

SW3 16/16 = 1 pulse every 0.088°

SW1 to SW3 are digital switch with 16 scale.


The spindle can be stopped at an optional point during one rotation in the
unit of 1/4096 x 360° = 0.088° by setting these switches in the order of
SW1, SW2, SW3.

3) Adjustments

Name of
Standard
No. Item variable adj ustment
Measuring point Description
resister

1 Speed feedback RV1 5 TSA2 Adjust RV1 until


voltage OFFSET divisions CH14 (TSA2) TSA2 voltage
becomes 0 +1 mV.

2 Gear HIGH RV2 3-4 Spindle motion Set the gain to


position gain divisions or CHI 4 the maximum within
a range where the
spindle does not
overshoot.

3 Gear HIGH RV3 About 5 LED4 (ADJUST) Adjust RV3 until


offset divisions LED4 lights or
flickers.

4 Gear LOW RV4 3-6 Spindle motion Set the gain to


position gain divisions or CHI 4 the maximum within
a range where the
spindle does not
overshoot.

5 Gear LOW RV5 About 5 LED4 (ADJUST) Adjust RV5 until


offset divisions LED4 lights or
flickers .
6 Speed loop RV6DC 0 division CH14 Make sure that
gain (in case motor not hunting.
of DC spindle the rigidity
motor) increases during
stop by turning
7 Speed loop RV6AC 7 CH14 these RV clock¬
gain (in case divisions wise.
of AC spindle
motor)

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Applies to overall version number 05C and higher

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Fig. 7.2.1 (a) Mounting positions of check terminals, variable resistors, setting pins, and light-emitting diodes (LED)
(PCB A20B-0008-0240, 0241)

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A20B-1000-0461/01 RVB
ORIENTATION
Him LED1 LED2 LED3 LED 4
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Fig. 7.2.1 (b) Mounting place of check terminal, variable register, setting pin, LED
(PCB A20b-1000-0460, 0461)
7.2.2 Setting and adjustment for spindle orientation control circuit 3 or 4 step spindle speed change

Orientation E, F (A06B-604 1-J130, J131) are required. Setting and adjustments


for the PCB A20B-1000-0460, 0461 are described in the followings.
1) Display contents

LED No. Symbol Description

LED1 ORIENTATION Lights when orientation command is input.

LED 2 CTH Lights when CTH signal (spindle speed change) is input.

LED3 CTM Lights when CTM signal (spindle speed change) is input.

LED4 IN-POSITION Lights when the machine is positioned within the setting
OUT pulse width of the stop position after orientation
motion.
The stop position width is set by SH02 01-06 pins.

LED5 IN-POSITION Lights when the machine is positioned within +2 pulses


ADJUST of the specified stop position.
Adjust RV3 so that LED5 lights when the orientation has
been completed.

2) Setting
a) Setting position coder power supply
If the position coder power supply +5 V is supplied from the spindle
amplifier, short the circuit between +5 V 5 H and 0 G -
0 V. Open the
circuit between +5 V 5 H and 0 G - 0 V when +5 V is supplied from NC
machine tool.
b) Setting of balanced type and unbalanced type

Position coder Setting for setting terminal 1-9

Balanced type Insert short-circuit bars on the type A side (9 positions)

Unbalanced type Insert short-circuit bars on the type B side (9 positions)

c) Setting of SH01, SH02, SH03


Set SH01, SH02, and SH03 according to the following table.

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Table 7.2.2 Setting of SH01, SH02 and SH03
O indicates short-circuit, while
x indicates opening.

SH01 SH02 SH03


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2
No Setting contents Remarks
I I I I I
16' 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 2 3
Setting of rotating direction CCW O x (Standard)
1 in the first orientation after
turning on the power switch. CW x o
CCW direction
Setting of rotating direction only x O (Standard)
2 in the second and sub¬
CW direction
sequent orientation. only x x
Same as rotat¬
ing direction O x ( Standard)

1 X X
Setting to clamp the orien¬
tation speed determined by
2/3 O x
3 position gain to 1, 2/3 and
1/3. 1/3 x O

I Same direction 0 x Depens upon machine tools. Hunting occurs,


Setting by spindle rotation if this setting is inverted.
Opposite
Ln 4 and rotating direction of direction x O
U>
position coder.
1 +2 pulse O 0 o o o o
Setting of the in-position +4 o o o o o
width when orientation end (+16 pulse corresponds to +1.3°)
5 +B O O o o
signals (ORAR1, 2) are
output.
+ 16 O O O

+32 O O

+64 O

No compensation x X (Standard)

6 Setting by hysteresis of - x
position coder +1 pulse O

-1 pulse x O

DC O x When DC spindle servo unit is used.


Setting according to the
7
types of spindle servo unit. AC x O When AC spindle servo unit is used.

(Note) Sending condition (C) of orientation end signal are as below:

* The angle position is located with the in-position setting pulse range.
* Speed zero signal is turned on.
* ORCM is turned on.
d) Setting of position switches (SW1, 2, 3)

Angle change amount


Setting switch Pulse number per 1 division
per 1 division

SW1 4096/16 = 256 pulses every 22.5°

SW2 256/16 = 16 pulses every 1.4°

SW3 16/16 = 1 pulse every 0.088°

The spindle can be stopped at an optional point during one rotation in the
unit of 1/4096 x 360° = 0.088° by setting these switches in the order of
SW1, SW2, SW3.

3) Adjustment

Name of Standard
Measuring
No. Item variable adjusting Description
point
resister Value
1 Orientation RV1 DC 0 division Rigidity increases when
high gain (for DC turning clockwise during
motor) stop.. •

2 Orientation RV1A AC 7 divisions


high gain (for AC
fr motor) r i

f,
3 i
•rVelocity RV2 5 divisions TSA2
'f.
AHÿst until the voltage
feedback
voltage
r. & becomes 0 +1 mV when the
spindle is stopping.
offset

Z* Fine position RV3 5 divisions VCMD3 Adjust so that LED5


adjustment • \ & (ADJST) lights at high
.ÿgear position gain.

**
5 Low gear RV4 2 divisions Spindle Set the gain to the
i position gain motion maximum within a range
$ . CTH-0N. CTM-ON (TSA2) where the spindle does
K npt overshoot.
m
6 M.. Low gear • 2 divisions Spindle Set the gain to the..
position garft motion maximum within a ,range
CTH-0N. CTM- (TSA2) where the spindle does
OFF
§ not- overshoot .
! 7 M. Low g'eÿr RV6 2 divisions Spindle Set the gain to the
position gain motion maximum within a range
Z CTH-OFF. CTM- (TSA2) where the spindle does
ON not overshoot.

8 High gear RV7 2 division Spindle Set the gain to the—


position gain motion maximum within a range
CTH-OFF. CTM- (TSA2) where the spindle does
OFF
_w
__ not overshoot.

* -
. .
54 •

ii
Name of Standard
Measuring
No. Item variable adjusting Description
point
resister value
9 ER voltage RV8 0 +1 mV ER Adjusted before
offset delivery.
adjustment
Note) ,i v
1. Set SW1 - 3 as follows.
SW1 ...
8 divisions, SW2, SW3 0 division ...
i2. Set, No. 1-4 setting pins (type A/B) to OFF.
3. Pferfprm the above adjustments after motor has been
rotating/yith the orientation command turned on.
h-

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7.3 Adjustment of Magnetic Sensor Type Spindle Orientation Control Circuit


A-
7.3.1 Mounting method of magnetizing element and magnetic sensor
Determine the mounting directions of the magnetizing element and magnetic sensor
according to the following . procedure .
If they are not mounted correctly, the
spindle may repeat normal rotation and reverse rotation without being stopped,
the hunting occurs, or the spindle stops at the position where the magnetizing
element end is opposite t'jp the sensor head.
Bifiv
Mounting procedure of magnetising element and magnetic sensor

Item Procedure
.
1 Mount the magnetizing element is such a way as the reference hole faces
as shown in Fig. 7.3.1 when the spindle is turned by the spindle motor
normal rotation command (SFR, VCMD: Positive).
s>
2 Mount the magnetic sensor head so that the pin hole of -.the flange is
opposite to the reference hole. Vp \

3 Adjust the gap between the magnetizing, element and the sensor head, so
that the minimum gap value L becomes L = 1.5 +0-5 mm.
. p>
:>
Reference hole

. Movinig direction of mnignetizing clement


when the spindle moto:r turns in normal
direction (SFR).
r

Pin hole

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1/, .

i Jr
'

I
4*
- v
Mapnciizing clement Sensor head -,
V
Fig. 7.3.1 (a) •o
direction of magnetizing element (Reference drawing) •3
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7.3.2 Setting and adjustment of spindle orientation control circuit in 2-step speed change spindle for standard type

The MODEL 3 to 40 require the orientation C (A06B-6041-J120) , while MODEL


1/2/small MODEL 3 require orientation C (A06B-6052-J120) , (PCB A20B-0008-0030)
is used. This circuit is set and adjusted as follows.
1) Setting and adjustment of setting terminals (SH)
Table 7.3.2 (a) shows the setting and functions of setting terminal (SH).
Select these terminals by user.
Terminal SH01 is provided for adjustment and testing at site. Set this SH01
terminal after turning on the power supply, and disconnect it after
adjustment without fail.
(Make sure that LED7 goes out).

Table 7.3.2 (a) Setting and functions of setting terminals (SH)

Setting and functions of setting terminals (SH)


(The double frame indicates standard setting)
Setting
(Note 1)
Function Remarks
SH 1-2 2-3

01 o Sets the test model. (Note 2) Set for adjustment only.

02 o x Rotates the motor shaft end SH03 setting takes


clockwise when the orientation
command is given before
precedence of SH02.
This is effective only \
operating the spindle after when SH03: 1-2 are
turning on the power supply. shorted.

x o Rotates counterclockwise
•'

03 o x Orients in the direction the SH02 setting becomes


spindle was turning just before effective.
the orientation command was
given.

x o Orients the spindle counter¬


clockwise at all times.

x x Orients the spindle clockwise at


t
all times.

\
AM.
‘4

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Setting
(Note 1)
Function Remarks
SH 1-2 2-3

04 x x Sets the initial orientation Since the position loop


speed to about 60 (spindle gain of spindle is
position loop gain sec
spindle .
) of the 5 sec *
in general, the
initial speed is about
300 rpm without limita¬
tion.
o x Limits the initial orientation
speed to 1/3.

x o Limits the initial orientation


speed to 2/3.

05 o x For DC spindle servo unit.

x o For AC spindle servo unit.


_ ...
Note 1) o indicates short-circuit, while x indicates opening.
Note 2) Method of setting the TEST MODE.
t :
(1) Turn on spindle orientation command.
(2) Spindle orientation end signal (0RAR1, 2) is not sent.
(3) The spindle turns at the initial orientation speed, while the SW1
(INITIALIZING BUTTON) is being depressed and the spindle stops at
the fixed position when SW1 is released.)
(4) Red LED7 lights in this mode.
2) LED display contents
Seven indicator lamps LED1 7 are mounted on spindle orientation control
circuit C PCB. The following table shows their display contents.
Neither LED1 nor LED2 is mounted on PCB of 01A version.

LED display contents


Lighting
LED Display contents Description
color
1 ORIENTATION Green Lights when spindle orientation
(Orientation in progress) command is given (0RCM1 and 2 are
shorted) .
2 LOW Green Lights when clutch X-gear) LOW
(Clutch (gear) LOW) signal is turned on (*CTH1 and 2
are shorted)
-
.
3 MS PEAK LEVEL Green This adjusting indicator lights
(Magnetic flux detection when the peak value-kif the. magnetic
signal peak value adjust¬ flux detection signal; (MS) exceeds
ing indicator) +1°
v: _"1...
’* 1
v
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LED display contents
Lighting
LED Display contents Description
color
4 SLOWDOWN PERIOD Green Lights when the spindle approaches
(Low-speed rotation period the stop position and enters
adjusting indicator) the low speed rotation area during
spindle orientation motion.

5 IN POSITION FINE Green Lights when the magnetic flux


(In-position adjusting signal (output) value is within the
indicator) setting range of 0.1° as a
converted spindle angle.
This LED5 may also light when the
sensor is not positioned on the
magnetizing element.

6 IN-POSITION Green Lights when the spindle is within


(In-position in progress) +1° of the aimed adjusting position
after completion of spindle
orientation. The spindle
orientation end signal (0RAR1 and 2
are shorted) is sent when this LED
is lighting in a mode other than
TEST mode.

7 TEST MODE Red Lights when setting terminal SH01


(Test mode in progress) pins are shorted. The orientation
end signal is not sent in this mode
even if the orientation motion is
executed.

3) Setting of variable resistors


Set the variable resistor scale as shown in the following table before
starting adjustments.
Asterisked items are readjusted during adjustment procedure described later.
Set these items also as the preliminary setting.

Setting and preparation of variable resistors

Name of
variable RV 1* 2* 3 4 5 6* 7* 8 9* 10* 11* 12DC 12 AC
resistor
Variable
resistor
scale
5.0 6.0 © © © 2.0 5.0 © 2.0 5.0 5.0 0 7.0
position

I
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I

(T) Setting of RV3 and RV4


Set RV3 and RV4 according to the distance H between the rotation center
line of magnetizing element and the center of the sencer head face.

H (mm) 6CK65 V75 v85 >v90 a-95 vlOO 'vllO

Scale
7.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.0 0.5
position

(2) Setting of RV5


Set RV5 according to the spindle HIGH revolutions N when the spindle
HM
motor turns at the rated revolutions.

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(rpm) 2,200 2,500 2,700 3,100 3,500 4,000 4,500 5,000 5,500 6,000

Scale
7.5 6.5 5.5 4.5 3.5 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.0 0.5
position

(3) Setting of RV8


Set RV8 according to the spindle HIGH/LOW reduction gear ratio R
H/L’

-2.0 -2.2 -2.5 -2.8 -3.2 -3.7 -4.4 -5.3 -6.0 -7.0
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2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 9.5 10
position

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6
7
2 0
1 9
0 10

Variable resistor scale

4) Adjustment of variable resistors


Adjust RV1 -
12, 12DC, and 12AC according to the following table. Adjust the
offset and gain of spindle control circuit PCB before adjusting the orienta¬
tion circuit. When RV12 and RV13 of the spindle control circuit PCB are
changed, the stop position may be deviated.

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Table 7.3.2 (b) Adjustments of variable resistors

Set the teat mode for the following adjustments by shorting SH01 pins.

Name of
Item Adjusting method
Item variable Conditions
to be adjusted (specification)
resistor
1 RV1 TS OFFSET Compare the slow The standard setting
Tachogenerator down time during the value is 5 divisions.
offset .(Compen- orientation in Adjust RV1 until the
sation for the normal and reverse difference of the
difference of the directions after slow down time
slow down time in completion of this between normal and
normal and reverse adjustments . reverse rotation
rotating direc¬ become shorter than
tion) 0. 1 sec.

2 RV2 MS PEAK LEVEL Keep depressing SW1 Set VR2 to the posi¬
MS signal ampli¬ (initializing tion where LED3 (MS
tude value. button) . PEAK LEVEL) starts
flickering.

3 RV3 SLOWDOWN REFERENCE


Slowdown speed
See 7.3.2 (3) 1 .
reference.

4 RV4 AMS PEAK LEVEL


AMS signal ampli¬
See 7.3.2 (3) 1 .
tude value.

5 RV5 SLOWDOWN TIME IN Set the clutch LED4 (SLOWDOWN


HIGH MODE (gear) HIGH mode. PERIOD) should
Slowdown time in Stop the spindle at clearly light at a
clutch (gear) high the fixed position moment just before
mode. by depressing SW1 the spindle stops.
once .
*CTH signal
is OFF (option).

6 RV6 GAIN (H) Same as specified Turn RV6 clockwise


Position loop above. to such an extent as
gain. does not cause any
overshoot when the
spindle stops.

7 RV7 IN-POSITION (H) Same as specified LED5 (IN-POS FINE)


Spindle stop above. should light during
position (H) . lighting of LED6
(IN-POSITION) .
8 RV8 SLOWDOWN TIME IN Set the clutch LED (SLOWDOWN
LOW MODE (gear) LOW mode. PERIOD) should
Slowdown the in Stop the spindle at clearly light at a
clutch (gear) low the fixed position moment just before
mode. by depressing SW1 the spindle stops.
once. *CTH signal (See item 5 in this
is turned on table. )
(closed) .

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Name of
Item Adjusting method
Item variable Conditions
(specification)
to be adjusted
resistor
9 RV9 GAIN (L) Same as specified . Turn RV9 cloc'lcwise
Position loop above . to such an extent as
gain. does not cause any
overshoot when the
spindle stops.

10 RV10 IN-POSITION (L) Same as specified LED 5 (IN-POS FINE)


Spindle stop above . should light during
position (L) . lighting of LED6
(IN-POSITION) .
11 RV11 POSITION SHIFT The spindle stop
Spindle stop posi¬ position can be
tion shift. finely adjusted
within a range +1°
the spindle angle.

12 RV12 HIGH GAIN DC Adjust RV12 when DC Standard adjusting


DC High gain. spindle servo unit value: 7 divisions.
is used.

13 RV12 HIGH GAIN AC Adjust RV12 when AC Standard adjusting


AC High gain. spindle servo unit value: 7 divisions.
is used.

After adjustments, cancel the test mode, and make sure that the LED7 (red)
goes out.

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Fig. 7.3.2 Mounting positions of check terminals, variable resistors, setting pins and light-emitting diodes (LED)
(PCB A20B-0008-0030)
7.3.3 Setting and adjustment of spindle orientation control circuit in 2-step spindle speed for high speed

The MODEL 3 to 40 require the orientation G (A06B-6041-J122) , while MODEL


1/2/small MODEL 3 require orientation GS (A06B-6052-J122) , (PCB A20B-0008-0031)
is used. This circuit is set and adjusted as follows.
1) Setting and adjustment of setting terminals (SH)
Table 7.3.3 (a) shows the setting and functions of setting terminal (SH).
Select these terminals by user.
Terminal SH01 is provided for adjustment and testing at site. Set this SH01
terminal after turning on the power supply, and disconnect it after
adjustment without fail.
(Make sure that LED7 goes out).

Table 7.3.3 (a) Setting and functions of setting terminals (SH)

Setting and functions of setting terminals (SH)


(The double frame indicates standard setting)

Setting
(Note 1)
Function Remarks
SH 1-2 2-3

01 o Sets the test model. (Note 2) Set for adjustment only.

02 o x Rotates the motor shaft end SH03 setting takes


clockwise when the orientation precedence of SH02.
command is given before This is effective only
operating the spindle after xjhen SH03: 1-2 are
turning on the power supply. shorted.

x o Rotates counterclockwise

03 o x Orients in the direction the SH02 setting becomes


spindle was turning just before effective.
the orientation command was
given.

x o Orients the spindle counter¬


clockwise at all times.

X x Orients the spindle clockwise at


all times.

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Setting
(Note 1)
Function Remarks
SH 1-2 2-3

04 x x Sets the initial orientation Since the position loop


speed to about 60 (spindle gain of spindle is
position loop gain sec
spindle .
of the 5 sec * in general, the
initial speed is about
300 rpm without limita¬
tion.
o x Limits the initial orientation
speed to 1/3.

x o Limits the initial orientation


speed to 2/3.

05 o x For DC spindle servo unit.

x o For AC spindle servo unit.

Note 1) o indicates short-circuit, while x indicates opening.


I Note 2) Method of setting the TEST MODE.
(1) Turn on spindle orientation command.
(2) Spindle orientation end signal (0RAR1, 2) is not sent.
(3) The spindle turns at the initial orientation speed, while the SW1
(INITIALIZING BUTTON) is being depressed and the spindle stops at
the fixed position when SW1 is released.)
(4) Red LED7 lights in this mode.
2) LED display contents
Seven indicator lamps LED1 7 are mounted on spindle orientation control
circuit G and GS PCB. The following table shows their display contents.

LED display contents


Lighting
LED Display contents Description
color
1 ORIENTATION Green Lights when spindle orientation
(Orientation in progress) command is given (0RCM1 and 2 are
shorted) .
2 LOW Green Lights when clutch (gear) LOW
(Clutch (gear) LOW) signal is turned on (*CTH1 and 2
are shorted) .
3 MS PEAK LEVEL Green This adjusting indicator lights
(Magnetic flux detection when the peak value of the magnetic
signal peak value adjust¬ flux detection signal (MS) exceeds
ing indicator) +10 V.

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LED display contents
Lighting
LED Display contents Description
color
4 SLOWDOWN PERIOD Green Lights when the spindle approaches
(Low-speed rotation period the stop position and enters
adjusting indicator) the low speed rotation are a during
spindle orientation motion.

5 IN POSITION FINE Green Lights when the magnetic flux


(In-position adjusting signal (output) value is within the
indicator) setting range of 0.1° as a
converted spindle angle.
This LED5 may also light when the
sensor is not positioned on the
magnetizing element. •->

6 IN-POSITION Green Lights when the spindle is within


(In-position in progress) +1° of the aimed adjusting position
after completion of spindle
orientation. The spindle
orientation end signal (0RAR1 and 2
are shorted) is sent when this LED
is lighting in a mode other than
TEST mode.

7 TEST MODE Red Lights when setting terminal SH01


(Test mode in progress) pins are shorted. The orientation
end signal is not sent in this mode
even if the orientation motion is
executed.

3) Setting of variable resistors


Set the variable resistor scale as shown in the following table before
starting adjustments.
Asterisked items are readjusted during adjustment procedure described later.
Set these items also as the preliminary setting.

Setting and preparation of variable resistors

Name of
variable RV 1* 2* 3 4 5 6* 7* 8 9* 10* II* 12DC 12 AC
resistor
Variable
resistor
scale
5.0 5.0 © © © 5.0 5.0 © 5.0 5.0 5.0 0 8.0
position

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(T) Setting of RV3 and RV4
Set RV3 and RV4 according to the distance H between the rotation center
line of magnetizing element and the center of the head face.

H (mm) 40*45 *50 *55 *60 *65 *70 *80 *90 *100 *110

Scale
position
9. 5 7. 0 5. 0 4.0 3. 0 2. 5 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0

(2) Setting of RV5


Set RV5 according to the spindle HIGH revolutions N when the spindle
HM
motor turns at the rated revolutions.

6,000 'b <b 'b a,

NHM
(rpm) 6,500 7,000 7,500 8,000 8,500 9,000 9,500 10,000 11,000 12,000
Scale
6.0 5.0 4.5 4.0 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.0 1.0
position

(3) Setting of RV8


Set RV8 according to the spindle HIGH/LOW reduction gear ratio R
H/L*

R , *2. 2 *2.5 *2.8 *3. 2 *3.7 *4.5 *5.0 *6. 0 *7.0


H/L
Scale
2. 0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7. 0 8.0 8.0 9.0
position

5
4 6
•V 7
2 B
1 9
0 10

Variable resists! scale

4) Adjustment of variable resistors


Adjust RV1 - 12, 12DC, and 12AC according to the following table. Adjust the
offset and gain of spindle control circuit PCB before adjusting the orienta¬
tion circuit. When RV12 and RV13 of the spindle control circuit PCB are
changed, the stop position may be deviated.

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Table 7.3.3 (b) Adjustments of variable resistors

Set the test mode for the following adjustments by shorting SH01 pins.

Name of
Item Adjusting method
Item variable Conditions
to be adjusted (specification)
resistor
1 RV1 TS OFFSET Compare the slow The standard setting
Tachogenerator down time during the value is 5 divisions.
offset. (Compen- orientation in Adjust RV1 until the
sation for the normal and reverse difference of the
difference of the directions after slow down time
slow down time in completion of this between normal and
normal and reverse adjustments . reverse rotation
become shorter than
rotating direc¬
tion) 0.1 sec.

2 RV2 MS PEAK LEVEL Keep depressing SW1 Set VR2 to the posi¬
MS signal ampli¬ (initializing tion where LED3 (MS
tude value. button) . PEAK LEVEL) starts
flickering.

3 RV3 SLOWDOWN REFERENCE See 7.3.3 (3) 1 .


Slowdown speed
reference .
4 RV4 AMS PEAK LEVEL See 7.3.3 (3) 1 .
AMS signal ampli¬
tude value.

5 RV5 SLOWDOWN TIME IN Set the clutch LED4 (SLOWDOWN


HIGH MODE (gear) HIGH mode. PERIOD) should
Slowdown time in Stop the spindle at clearly light at a
clutch (gear) high the fixed position moment just before
mode. by depressing SWl the spindle stops.
once .
*CTH signal
is OFF (option) .
6 RV6 GAIN (H) Same as specified Turn RV6 clockwise
Position loop above . to such an extent as
gain. does not cause any
overshoot when the
spindle stops.

7 RV7 IN-POSITION (H) Same as specified LED 5 (IN-POS FINE)


Spindle stop above . should light during
position (H) . lighting of LED6
(IN-POSITION) .
8 RV8 SLOWDOWN TIME IN Set the clutch LED ( SLOWDOWN
LOW MODE (gear) LOW mode. PERIOD) should
Slowdown the in Stop the spindle at clearly light at a
clutch (gear) low the fixed position moment just before
mode. by depressing SWl the spindle stops.
once .
*CTH signal (See item 5 in this
is turned on table. )
(closed) .

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Name o f
Item Adjusting method
Item variable Conditions
to be adjusted (specification)
resistor
9 RV9 GAIN (L) Same as specified Turn RV9 clockwise
Position loop above . to such an extent as
gain. does not cause any
overshoot when the
spindle stops.

10 RV10 IN-POSITION (L) Same as specified LED5 (IN-POS FINE)


Spindle stop above. should light during
position (L) . lighting of LED6
(IN-POSITION).
11 RV11 POSITION SHIFT The spindle stop
Spindle stop posi¬ position can be
tion shift. finely adjusted
within a range +1°
the spindle angle.

12 RV12 HIGH GAIN DC Adjust RV12 when. DC Standard adjusting


DC High gain. spindle servo unit value: 7 divisions.
is used.

13 RV12 HIGH GAIN AC Adjust RV12 when AC Standard adjusting


AC High gain. spindle servo unit value: 7 divisions.
is used.

After adjustments, cancel the test mode, and make sure that the LED7 (red)
goes out.

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(PCB A20B-0008-0031 )
7.3.4 Setting and adjustment of spindle orientation control circuit in case of 3-step spindle speed change

PCB A20B-0009-0520 is employed as spindle orientation control circuit D


(A06B-604 1— J1 21) .
This paragraph describes the setting and adjusting methods of
this circuit.
Note) Be careful since the maximum spindle revolution range is limited at each
speed change step.

Maximum spindle
revolution range
High speed 4000 - 8000 rpm

Medium speed 1000 - 2000 rpm

Low speed 250 - 677 rpm

1) Setting and functions of setting terminals (SH) same as in 7.3.2


2) LED display contents

Lighting
LED No. Symbols Description
color
LED1 ORIENTATION Green Lights when orientation
command is input.

LED2H GEAR/CLUTCH Green Lights when gear /clutch is set to


high positions.

LED2M Lights when gear/clutch is set to


medium position.

LED2L Lights when gear/clutch is set to


low position.

LED3 MS PEAK LEVEL Green Lights when the peak value of MS


signal from magnetic sensor is
higher than +10 V.

LED4 SLOWDOWN PERIOD Green Lights during the period from the
constant low speed just before
completion of orientation to the
arrival of magnetizing sensor at
the sensor position.

LED5 IN-POSITION FINE Green Lights when the spindle is


positioned within +0.1° of the stop
position after completion of
orientation.

LED 6 IN-POSITION Green Lights when the spindle is


positioned within +1.0° of the stop
position after completion of
orientation. Orientation end
signal is sent when this LED is
lighting in a mode other than TEST
mode.

LED 7 TEST MODE Red Lights when setting terminal SH01


is shorted across 01 and 02.

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3) Adjustments
Observe the following procedure in the test mode after turning on the power
supply.

Variable
Item Adjustment item Conditions Adjusting method
resistor

1 RV1 TS OFFSET Compare the slow The standard setting


Tachogenerator down time during the value is 5 divisions.
offset . (Compen- orientation in Adjust RV1 until the
sation for the normal and reverse difference of the
difference of the directions after slow down time
slow down time in completion of this between normal and
normal and reverse adjustments . reverse rotation
rotating direc¬ become shorter than
tion) 0. 1 sec.

2 RV2 MS PEAK LEVEL Keep depressing SW1 Set VR2 at the posi¬
MS signal ampli¬ tion where LED3
tude value. beging flickering.

3 RV3 SLOWDOWN REFERENCE Check the distance Set RV3 and RV4
(Slowdown speed from the spindle according to
reference. ) center to the sensor (Note 1).
head.
4 RV4 AMS PEAK LEVEL
(AMS signal ampli¬
tude value.)

5 RV5 SLOWDOWN TIME Repeat turning on LED4 should clearly


(HIGH) and off SW1 while light for a moment
(Slowdown time) LED2H (clutch (gear) (about 0.2 sec) just
HIGH) is lighting. before stopping.

6 RV6 GAIN (HIGH) Turn RV6 clockwise


(Position loop to such an extent as
gain) does not cause any
overshoot when the
spindle stops.

7 RV7 IN-POSITION (H) Same as above Adjust RV7 so that


(Spindle stop LED5 lights con¬
position adjust¬ currently while LED6
ment) is lighting. LEDS
may flicker.

8 RV8 SLOWDOWN TIME Repeat turning on Same as in item 5 in


(LOW) and off SWI, while this table.
(Slowdown time) LED2L (clutch (gear)
LOW) is lighting.

9 RV9 GAIN (LOW) Same as in item 6 in


(Position loop this table.
gain)

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Variable
Item Adjustment item Conditions Adjusting method
resistor

10 RV10 IN-POSITION (LOW) Repeat turning on Same as in item 7 in


(Spindle stop and off SW1, while this table.
position adjust¬ LED2L (clutch (gear
ment) LOW) is lighting.

11 RV11 SLOWDOWN TIME Repeat turning on Same as in item 5 in


(MEDIUM) and off SW1 while this table.
(Slowdown time) LED2M (clutch (gear
MEDIUM) is light¬
12 RV13 GAIN (MEDIUM) ing. Same as in item 6 in
(Position loop this table.
gain)

13 RV14 IN-POSITION Same as in item 7 in


(MEDIUM) this table.
(Spindle stop
position adjust¬
ment)

14 RV11 POSITION SHIFT The spindle stop Set the key position
(Spindle stop position can be of ATC arm to the
position shift) finely adjusted down keyway position of
to +1° at spindle spindle.
angle .
15 RV15DC HIGH GAIN DC Adjustment using DC Standard adjusting
High gain spindle servo unit. value: 0 division.

16 RV15AC HIGH GAIN AC Adjustment using AC Standard adjusting


High gain spindle servo unit. value: 7 divisions.

Reset the test mode after adjustments.


Note 1) Adjust RV3 and RV4 according to the distance (H) from the spindle
center to the sensor as follows.

H (mm) 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 ,7


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Spindle .Magnetizing element

Sensor

H (mm)

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Fig. 7.3.4 Mounting positions of check terminals, variable resistors, setting pins, and light emitting diodes (LED)
(PCB A20B-0009-0520)
7.3.5 Method of checking the spindle position loop gain
The spindle position loop gain can be checked according to the following
procedure. Check it after adjusting the spindle orientation control circuit.

Procedure of checking the spindle position loop gain

1 Set the mode to TEST mode (LED7 ON) after shorting setting terminal SH01
pins .
2 Release setting terminal SH04 1-2 and 2-3 pins to release the speed
limitation of orientation.

3 Measure spindle revolutions Ns (H) , Ns(L) rpm when SW1 (INITIALIZING


button) is depressed (turned on) and the spindle clutch (gear) is set to
HIGH (*CT *CTH1, 2: Open) and LOW (*CTH1, 2: Closed), respectively.

4 The spindle position loop gain can be obtained by the following formula.
K (H or L) = N (H or L) 55 (sec_1)
P s *
where K (H) : Position loop gain when the spindle is set to HIGH gear
(clutch).
K (L) : Position loop gain when the spindle is set to LOW gear
(clutch).

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II. AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT


(380/415V AC INPUT)
1. OUTLINE

This Section describes maintenance of the 380/415V AC input type spindle servo
unit .
1.1 Configuration

The AC380/415V AC spindle servo unit consists of the unit, PC board, and ROM.

ROM
Specification Unit DWG PCB
Model Name Specified
DWG No. No. DWG No. Classification
DWG No.
Model 30 A06B-6054 A06B-6054 A06B-6054 JUA
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A20B-1001
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Model 40 A06B-6054 A06B-6054 A06B-6054 JUB
-H040 -C040 -C540

2. DAILY MAINTENANCE AND MAINTENANCE TOOL

See item 2 in Chapter I in this manual.

3. INSTALLATION

For power supply line, power line and signal line connections, refer to the
"Connection Diagram" in Appendix 1. A single-phase AC220V power supply line
connection is added to this unit. The fan for AC spindle motor cooling employs
a 3-phase motor. For a signal line soft start/stop cancel SOCN is added
thereto.

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4. SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT

4.1 Setting on PCB

For the location on the PCB, refer to the "Parts Location" in Appendix 6.
Before turning power ON, check the following setting.

Table 4.1 (a) Setting

Setting Setting at
terminal Contents Setting shipment
number from factory
SI Machine ready
signal (MRDY)
Used OFF
0— 1
o ' ON
OFF

o
Not used ON
0] ON
S2 Analog over¬
ride
Used OFF
0o
OFF

o
Not used ON
0] ON

S3 o
Same as the Used ON ON
above 0]ON
Not used OFF
0o-l ON

S4 Velocity Use of OFF OFF


command signal external
analog voltage 0JON
o
command

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Use of R01
R12 commands
ON
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S5A Setting of S5A S5B
S5B velocity
feedback 2000 rpm OFF OFF
amount to
rated command 3500 rpm ON OFF

4500 rpm OFF ON o

Not used ON ON

S8 Delay time
required until
0 sec/option OFF
0o
ON
(Note 1)
motor is de¬
energized 0.2 sec/ ON
standard 0]ON

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Setting Setting at
terminal Contents Setting shipment
number from factory
Sll Soft start/ 0.6 8 sec A o B A
stop time
constant
switching
(Adjust by
RV20)
3.5 40 sec B
0o
B
A

Note 1) Insert a short bar without fail even when setting is turned off.

Variable resistors RV1 RV19 of the spindle control circuit PCB have been
adjusted at factory before shipment, and their adjustments are no longer
necessary, in principle.
However, the set values of variable resistors shown in Table 4.1 (b) are
changeable as required. Readjust variable resistors shown in Table 4.1 (c)
after turning on the power supply, if fine adjustment is required for offset,
rotating speed, etc.

1) Variable resistors whose set values are changeable.

Table 4.1 (b)

Variable
Standard adjustment at Setting
resistor Use
shipment from factory change method
number

RV3 Set speed arrival Sends speed arrival signal See appendix 8.
level when the motor speed reaches
85 - 115% of the command
speed.

RV4 Speed detection 3% of the maximum speed is See appendix 8.


level detected .
RV5 Torque limit value See appendix 8.

RV20 Soft start/stop See appendix 8.


time constant (Note 1)
adjust

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2) Variable resistors for fine adjustment of offset and rated speed.

Table 4.1 (c)

Variable
resistor Use Adjusting method
number

RV1 Adjusts the velocity command voltage level. See appendix 8.

RV2 Adjusts the velocity command voltage offset. See appendix 8.

RV9 Finely adjusts the rated speed in normal rotation See appendix 8.
(SFR). (Note 2)

Rll Finely adjusts the rated speed in reverse See appendix 8.


rotation (SRV). (Note 2)

R13 Adjusts the offset when zero speed is commanded. See appendix 8.

Note 1) For details, refer to the "PCB Adjustment" in Appendix 8 in this manual.
Note 2) Adjust the number of revolution both in the forward direction (CCW) and
the reverse direction (CW) , using RV9.

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5. TROUBLESHOOTING AND COUNTERMEASURE

See item 3 in Chapter I in this manual.

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III. DIGITAL AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT


(MODEL 3 ~ 22)
1. OUTLINE

This is the manual that describes maintenance of digital AC spindle servo unit
(MODEL 3 -
22).

1.1 Configuration

Digital AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT consists of unit part, printed circuit board, and
ROM.

Table 1.1 Element of configuration

Name of Specifi¬
ROM
AC Specification of Specification cation of
spindle spindle servo unit of unit part printed
servo *Note *Note circuit Specifications Type
unit board
MODEL 3 A06B-6055-H103#H500 A06B-6055-H103 A20B-1001 A06B-6055-H500 9600
6000rpm A06B-6055-H203#H500 A06B-6055-H203 -0120

MODEL 6 A06B-6055-H106//H501 A06B-6055-H106 A06B-6055-H501 9601


6000rpm A06B-6055-H206//H501 A06B-6055-H206

MODEL 8 A06B-6055-H108//H502 A06B-6055-H108 A06B-6055-H502 9602


4500rpm A06B-6055-H208//H502 A06B-6055-H208

MODEL 8 A06B-6055-H108//H503 A06B-6055-H503 9603


6000rpm A06B-6055-H208//H503 1
MODEL 12 A06B-6055-H112#H504 A06B-6055-H112 A06B-6055-H504 9604
4500rpm . A06B-6055-H212//H504 A06B-6055-H212

MODEL 12 A06B-6055-H112#H505 A06B-6055-H505 9605


6000rpm A06B-6055-H212//H505

MODEL 15 A06B-6055-H115//H506 A06B-6055-H115 A06B-6055-H506 9606


4500rpm A06B-6055-H215//H506 A06B-6055-H215

MODEL 15 A06B-6055-H115//H507 A06B-6055-H507 9607


6000rpm A06B-6055-H215(/H507

MODEL 18 A06B-6055-H118//H508 A06B-6055-H118 A06B-6055-H508 9608


4500rpm A06B-6055-H218//H508 A06B-6055-H218

MODEL 22 A06B-6055-H122#H510 A06B-6055-H122 A06B-6055-H5 10 9610


4500rpm A06B-6055-H222#H5 10 A06B-6055-H222

High¬
speed
MODEL 3 A06B-6055-H103//H512 A06B-6055-H103 A06B-6055-H5 12 9612
12000rpm A06B-6055-H203//H512 A06B-6055-H203

High¬
speed
MODEL 6 A06B-6055-H108//H513 A06B-6055-H108 A06B-6055-H513 9613
12000rpm A06B-6055-H208#H513 A06B-6055-H208

Note) Upper: Internal ventilation type


Lower: External radiation type

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2. DAIRY MAINTENANCE AND INSTRUMENTS FOR MAINTENANCE

See this maintenance manual, item 2 in Chapter I.

3. INSTALLATION

The same interface as for the conventional model is applied. See this
maintenance manual, item 4 in Chapter I, for procedure of installation, wiring
connection of power supply, and AC spindle motor connection.

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4. SETTING

Setting is the same on the unit as for the . conventional model. Setting and
adjustment of the printed circuit board has been changed into parameter setting
from setting by short pin and adjustment with volume, however. See the
following instructions for setting.
4.1 Method of Parameter Setting
4.2 Number and Contents of Parameter
4.3 Rank at Setting

4.1 Method of Parameter Setting

Setting switch and display are configured on the printed circuit board as
follows .
Check and change of setting for each mode can be made by operating
this switch as shown in the next page.

Display

oOOOQ
O uu uu

Setting switch

HE o
UP

o
1) For checking present mode
a) Number of rotation is shown (in five digits) on the display normally.

Present mode number is indicated when "MODE" key is turned ON.

Mode number is indicated in two digits as "F-XX".


2) For checking setting data
a) Select the mode (parameter) of the data that needs be checked in the
following procedure.
"DOWN" "DATA" key
b) Keep pressing four buttons "MODE", simultaneously
for more than one second.
UP ’ 'Q 5
SET

c) Display is changed from blank to

d) Turn OFF all the switches.

e) Present mode is displayed when "MODE" key is ON.

f) One mode is increased when key is ON with "MODE" key ON.

g) More modes are continuously increased when key is kept ON with "MODE"
key ON.
"DOWN"
h) One mode is subtracted when
o key is ON with "MODE" key ON.

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i) More modes are continuously increased when "DOWN" key is kept ON with
"MODE" key ON. 0
j) Data is displayed (in four digits) 0.5 second later when "MODE" key is
turned OFF.

k) Rotation number display is made in about 10 seconds after data display is


made .
When all the switches are turned off, rotation number is displayed finally no
matterwhat the mode may be.

3) For changing data


a) Refer to the procedure shown in (b) to (i) to select the mode (parameter)
to be changed.

b) Data is displayed in about 0.5 second after "MODE" key is turned OFF.

c) One data is increased when key is ON.


up
d) More data is continuously increased when key is kept ON.

e) One data is subtracted when


"DOWN"
key is ON.

f) More data is continuously increased when "DOWN" key is kept ON.

g) Motor is controlled by the data displayed.

h) Keep
"DATA" key ON for more than a second to replace by the data after
SET
change .
i) Display is changed from blank to for
completion of change.

j) Follow the procedure from a) for another data change.

k) Rotation number display is made in about 10 seconds after all the switches
are turned OFF. As for F-13, F-14, and F-30, rotation number display is
made about two seconds later, however.

4.2 Number and Contents of Parameter

1) Display of motor revolution number

Mode number Display data (five digits) Contents of data


Displays motor revolution
F-00
number (rpm)

2) Machine ready signal (MRDY) : Use/Non-use


Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-01 0001 0, 1 (Standard setting: 1)


Data
Explanation: When machine ready signal (MRDY) is used
When machine ready signal (MRDY) is not used
... 1
0

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3) Use/Non-use of override function
Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-02 0001 0, 1 (Standard setting: 1)


Data
Explanation: When override function is used ... 1
0
When override function is not used

4) Override range setting

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-03 0001 0, 1 (Standard setting: 1)


Data
Explanation: Upper limit of override range = - 120% — 1
Upper limit of override range = - 100% — 0

Caution: When velocity override is not used for the mode F02 setting data =
0, set "0" into the setting data.

5) Setting of kind of velocity command (External analog voltage, DA converter)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-04 0001 0, 1 (Standard setting: 0)


Data
Explanation: When external analog voltage is used 0
When DA converter is used 1

6) Setting of maximum revolution number

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data


0-3 (setting is performed
F-05
with motor specifications.)

Explanation: Standard specification High-speed specification Setting data

- 5000 rpm - 10000 rpm 0

- 6000 rpm - 12000 rpm 1

- 15000 rpm 2

- 20000 rpm 3

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7) Output limit pattern setting

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-06 0000 0-3 (Standard setting: 0)

Explanation: No other conventional type units are equipped with this


function. Select a proper pattern specified as follows.
A. Output limiting is made only at acceleration and
deceleration. Acceleration/deceleration is slowly made and
operation is made with rated output at normal rotation.
(Setting data: 1) (A similar function to soft start/stop)
B. Acceleration/deceleration is made with maximum rated output,
and output limiting is made at normal rotation. (Setting
data: 2)
C. Alteration of output specification is made for the machine
with motor and amplifier of the identical specifications.
(Setting data: 3)

Contents Setting data

Output limiting is not made. 0

Output limiting is made only at acceleration/deceleration. 1

Output limiting is made at normal rotation, not at


2
acceleration/deceleration.
Output is limited for all operations. 3

Output limit pattern 1 Setting data = 1, 2, 3


Output

Pm 1 1 0 096

f (F - 0 7)
Pou t= x Pm
1 0 0

0 Nb Nm
Number of rotations

Output limit pattern 2 Setting data = 4, 5, 6


Output

Pm 1 0 096

(F-07)
Pou t= x Pm
1 0 0

0 Nb Nm
Number of rotations

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8) Setting of limit value at output limit

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-07 0100 0 - 100(Standard setting: 100)

Explanation: Set the value to be limited at 100% of maximum rated output


(overload tolerance).
It is effective at output limit set on the mode F-06.

Output limit value = Maximum rated output x (Setting data) %

9) Delay time before cutting motor power supply

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-08 0005 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 5)

Explanation: Delay time from zero speed signal detection to motor power
supply disconnection is set.

Delay time = (Setting data) x 40 msec.

10) Use/Non-use of motor power supply shutting off by machine ready signal
(MRDY)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-09 0000 0, 1 (Standard setting: 0)

Explanation: It is used frequent switching of electro-magnetic


when
contactor is expected. Only motor power supply is shut off
while electro-magnetic contactor stays ON, when machine ready
signal (MRDY) is turned OFF.
Data
When this function is used ... 1
When this function is not used 0

11) Velocity deviation offset adjustment at forward rotation command (SFR)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-10 0128 0 - 255(Standard setting: 128)

Explanation: This adjustment is made in order to stop motor at the time


forward rotation command (SFR) and velocity command voltage,
0V (zero rotation command) are given. Add more data (UP) to
stop the motor turning counterclockwise (CCW) relatively to
its shaft.

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12) Velocity deviation offset adjustment at reverse rotation command (SRV)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-ll 0128 0 - 255(Standard setting: 128)

Explanation: This adjustment is made in order to stop the motor at the time
reverse rotation command (SRV) and velocity command voltage,
OV (zero rotation command) are given. Add more data (UP) to
stop the motor turning counterclockwise (CCW) relatively to
its shaft.

13) Speed deviation offset adjustment at orientation command (ORCM)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-12 0128 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 28)

Explanation: Use this parameter for adjustment in case LED 06 IN-POSITION


FINE can not be illuminated by adjustment volume on the
orientation circuit at orientation.

14) Rotation number adjustment at forward rotation command (SFR)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F— 13
0 - 255 (Setting is based on
motor specification.)

Explanation: Rotation number is adjusted as specified by the command when


velocity command is input at forward rotation command (SFR).
Increase more data (up) to increase rotation number.

15) Rotation number adjustment at reverse rotation command (SRV)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-14
0 - 255 (Setting is based on
motor specification.)

Explanation: Rotation number is adjusted as specified by the command when


velocity command is input at reverse rotation command (SRV).
Increase more data (up) to increase rotation number.

16) Setting of rotation number at velocity command voltage, 10 V

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data


0 - Rated rotation number
F-15
(Setting is based on motor
specification. )

Explanation: Make sure to have this setting when rotation adjustment of


(14) and (15). Set the value which rotation number at
velocity command voltage, 10 V is divided by 100.

Rotation number (rpm) at velocity command voltage, 10V= (Setting data)xl00

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17) Detection range of velocity arrival signal (SAR)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-16 0015 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 15)

Explanation: Setting of detection range of velocity arrival signal is made.


Speed arrival signal (SAR) is fed (ON) when motor revolution
number reaches to +(set data)% of command rotation number.

Detection range = Command rotation number x within +(Set data)%

18) Detection range of speed detection signal (SDT)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-17 0003 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 3)

Explanation: Setting of detection range of speed detection signal (SDT) is


made. Speed detection signal (SDT) is fed (ON) when motor
revolution number becomes less than the (set data)% of maximum
number of revolution.

Detection range = Maximum number of revolution x less than the (Set data)%

19) Setting of torque limit value

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F- 18 0050 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 50)

Explanation: Setting of torque limit value at torque limit signal (TLMH) ON


is made.

Torque limit value = Maximum rated torque x (Set data)%

20) Setting of acceleration/deceleration time

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-19 0010 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 10)

Explanation: This setting is made when acceleration time from stop to


maximum rotation number is more than five seconds.

Set value = Acceleration time (Second) x 2

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21) Limiting of regenerated power (adjustment of deceleration time)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-20 0060 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 60)

Explanation: Adjust the deceleration time so that it is the same as


acceleration time. Deceleration time is shortened when
setting value is large. Deceleration time gets longer when it
is small. Motor may make abnormal sounds if regenerated power
is excessively large, as the regeneration limit circuit
functions to change the waveform of the motor current. Make
the setting smaller in such a case.

22) Setting of velocity control phase compensation P: HIGH gear (CTH = 1)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-21 0050 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 50)

23) Setting of velocity control phase compensation P: LOW gear (CTH = 0)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-22 0050 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 50)

24) Setting of velocity control phase compensation P at orientation: HIGH gear


(CTH = 1)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-23 0100 0 - 255(Standard setting: 100)

25) Setting of velocity control phase compensation P at orientation: LOW gear


(CTH = 0)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-24 0100 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 100)

26) Setting of velocity control phase compensation I: HIGH gear (CTH = 1)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-25 0030 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 30)

27) Setting of velocity control phase compensation I: LOW gear (CTH = 0)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-26 0030 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 30)

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28) Setting of velocity control phase compensation I at orientation: HIGH gear
(CTH = 1)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-27 0030 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 30)

29) Setting of velocity control phase compensation I at orientation: LOW gear


(CTH = 0)

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-28 0030 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 30)

30) Velocity detection offset

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data


0 - 255 (Adjustment at
F-29 0128
Shipping: about 128)

Explanation: Adjust it so that check terminal "TS3" is 0 mV, with the motor
stopped.

31) Adjustment of revolution number display

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-30 3990
0 -
8191 (Adjustment at
Shipping: about 3990)

Explanation: It is setting for adjustment of display of motor revolution


number. Make the setting smaller when more number is
displayed than actual number of motor revolution.

32) Setting of rigid tap mode

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-31 0000 0-1 (Standard setting: 0)


Data
Explanation: Torque limit signal (TLML) is used the same
as for conventional type torque limit. .... 0

Torque limit signal (TLML) is used for


improvement of response characteristics
such as digit tapping function as
a switch for motor voltage 1

33) Setting of motor voltage at normal operation

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-32 0010 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 10)

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34) Setting of motor voltage at orientation

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-33 0010 0 - 100(Standard setting: 10)

35) Setting of motor voltage at rigid tap mode

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-34 0100 0 - 100(Standard setting: 100)

Explanation: This setting is effective when the set data of mode F-31 is
1! II

36) Setting of speed zero signal (SST) detection level

Mode number Display data (four digits) Contents of data

F-35 0075 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 75)

Explanation: It is setting for speed zero signal (SST) detection level.


Speed zero signal is output when the number of revolution of
motor becomes less than the (Set data/ 100)% of maximum number
of revolution.

Detection level = (max. number of revolution x (setting data/100)%}

4.3 Rank at Setting

Parameter is already set at shipping for the application similar to the


conventional kind. And therefore, the setting of A in the rank below usually
needs to be confirmed or altered by machine manufacturers.
Please have your own ranking at change of application conditions (change of
rotation number and special setting) .
Please be sure not to change setting values.

Setting of rank A (necessary to be confirmed without fail)

Rank Mode number Contents

A F-01 Setting of use/non-use of machine ready signal


F-02 Setting of use/non-use of override function

F-03 Setting of override range

F-04 Setting of kind of velocity commands (analog voltage, DA


converter)

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Setting of rank B (when rotation number is changed)

Rank Mode number Contents

B F-13 Rotation number adjustment of forward rotation

F-14 Rotation number adjustment of reverse rotation

F-15 Rotation number at maximum velocity command voltage (10 V)

Setting of rank C (when special setting is made)

Rank Mode number Contents

C F-16 Detection range of velocity arrival signal

F-17 Detection level of velocity detection signal

F-18 Setting of Torque limit value

F-19 Setting of acceleration/deceleration time

F-20 Limiting of regenerated power (adjustment of deceleration


time)

F-09 Use/non-use of motor power supply shutting off by machine


ready signal

F-35 Speed zero signal detection level

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5. TROUBLESHOOTING AND COUNTERMEASURE

See item 3 in Chapter I for troubleshooting and countermeasure depending on the


condition of trouble when there is a trouble.
Note that the following items have been changed.
1) Name of the display lamp for power ON is changed as LED1 from PIL.
2) Fuse (AF2, AF3) have been changed as fuse resistor (FR1, FR2) .
3) Alarm display of four LEDs have been replaced by Direct display (AL-OO) with
five digits and seven segments.
4) Alarm contents are as follows.

Alarm contents

Alarm
Alarm display Alarm contents output
code
AL-01 Motor is overheated. (Thermostat operates) No. 1

AL-02 Velocity deviation is excessive against command No. 2


velocity because of overload, etc.

AL-03 Fuse F7 at DC link is blown. No. 3

AL-04 Fuse FI, F2, or F3 at AC input is blown. No. 4

AL-06 Velocity of motor is exceeded to the maximum rated No. 6


speed. (Analog system detection)

AL-07 Velocity of motor is exceeded to the maximum rated No. 7


speed. (Digital system detection)

AL-08 Power supply voltage is too high. No. 8

AL-09 Heat sink for power semiconductor is overheated. No. 9

AL-10 Voltage of +15 V power supply is abnormally low. No. 10

AL-11 Voltage at DC link is abnormally high. No. 11

AL-12 Current at DC link is too much. No. 12

AL-13 Data memories of the CPU are in abnormal condition. No. 13

AL-16 RAM in NVRAM is in abnormal condition.

AL-17 ROM in NVRAM is in abnormal condition.

AL-18 Sum check alarm of ROM.

AL-19 Excessive alarm of U phase current detection circuit


offset.
AL-20 Excessive alarm of V phase current detection circuit
offset.
AL-21 Excessive alarm of velocity command circuit offset.

0ÿ
0\k 0A QY
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Alarm
Alarm display Alarm contents output
code
AL-22 Excessive alarm of velocity detection circuit offset. No. 13

AL-23 Excessive alarm of ER circuit offset.

AL-14 ROM is in abnormal condition.

AL-15 Spindle selection control circuit is in abnormal


condition.

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6. METHOD OF REPLACEMENT OF FUSE AND PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD

Replace the two ROMs and NVRAM for parameter to new PCB, when change the PCB.
After changing the PCB, perform the adjustment of F29 (speed offset) and set the
adjustment data.

See item 6 in Chapter I for other contents.

7.' SPINDLE ORIENTATION CONTROL CIRCUIT

See item 7 in Chapter I for maintenance and adjustment of spindle orientation


control circuit.
See appendix for information of other maintenance.

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t

IV. DIGITAL AC SPINDLE SERVO UNIT


(MODEL IS, 1.5S, 2S, 3S, 2H, 2VH)
1. OUTLINE

This material describes the maintenance of digital AC spindle servo unit model
IS, 1.5S, 2S , 3S, 2H, and 2VH.

1.1 Configuration

A digital AC spindle servo unit is composed of unit part, PCB part, and ROM.

ROM
Unit PCB speci¬
Name Specification
specification fication
Drawing number Type

Model 1 A06B-6059-H001#H501 A06B-6059-H001 A16B-1100 A06B-6059-H501 9801


8000 RPM -0200
+
Model 1.5S A06B-6059-H002//H508 A06B-6059-H002 A16B-1100 A06B-6059-H508 9808
8000 RPM -0240

Model 2S A06B-6059-H002#H502 A06B-6059-H002 A06B-6059-H502 9802


8000 RPM

Model 3S A06B-6059-H003//H503 A06B-6059-H003 A06B-6059-H503 9803


6000 RPM

Model 2H A06B-6059-H002//H505 A06B-6059-H002 A06B-6059-H505 9805


15000 RPM

Model 2VH AO6B-6O59-HOO30H5O7 A06B-6059-H003 A06B-6059-H507 9807


20000 RPM

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2. DAILY MAINTENANCE AND MAINTENANCE TOOL

Refer to item 2 in Chapter I in this manual.

3. INSTALLATION

The interface is the same as before. Relating to the installing procedures,


power supply line connection and AC spindle motor connection, refer to the item
4 in Chapter I in this manual.

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4. SETTING

The setting on the unit is the same as conventional digital AC SPINDLE SERVO
UNIT (MODEL 3-22).
4.1 Parameter Setting Method
4.2 Number and Content of Parameter
4.3 Setting Rank
4.4 Setting Method of Short Pin
4.5 Adjustment Method of Variable Resistor

4.1 Parameter Setting Method

The setting switch and the display part are arranged on the PCB like the figure
below.
As shown on the following pages, the setting in the respective modes can be
checked and changed by manipulating this switch.

Display part

88888
Setting switch Sy
MODE U P

m \TAlD0WN
o

1) To confirm the current mode


a) The speed is usually displayed at the display part (Five digits).
The current mode number can be displayed when "MODE" is turned on. The
mode number is displayed as two digits of "F-XX".
2) To confirm the setting data
a) Select the mode of data to be checked (parameter) in the following manner.
b) Continuously turn 4 switches "MODE", "+ UP", " + DOWN" and "DATA SET" ON at
the same time for more than one second.
c) The display part changes from the blank to "FFFFF".
d) Turned off all switches.
e) The current mode is displayed when "MODE" is turned on.
f) When "+ UP" is turned ON with "MODE" ON, the mode is incremented by 1
(F01 - F02) .
g) When "t UP" is continuously ON with "MODE" ON, the mode increases
continuously (F35 - F34) .
h) When "+ DOWN" is turned ON with "MODE" ON, the mode is decremented by 1.
i) When "+ DOWN" is continuously ON with "MODE" ON, the mode decrements
continuously .
j) With "MODE" OFF, the data is displayed (4 digits) in approx. 0.5 second.
k) Approx. 10 seconds after the data display is selected, the speed rpm
display is selected. When all switches are turned OFF in any mode, the
speed rpm is finally displayed.

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3) To alter the data
a) Select the mode (parameter) to be changed according to the steps 2)-b) to
2)-i).
b) Turn "MODE" OFF: The data is displayed in approx. 0.5 second.
c) Turn "+ UP" ON: The data is incremented by 1.
d) Turn " + UP" ON continuously: The data is incremented continuously.
e) Turn " + DOWN" ON: The data is decremented by 1.
f) Turn " + DOWN" ON continuously: The data is decremented continuously.
g) The motor is controlled by using the displayed data.
h) When replacing the data with the modified data, keep turning "DATA SET" ON
for one second or more.
i) The display part changes from the blank to "88888" and modification of the
data completes.
j) When changing the data once again, follow the steps from 3)-a) above.
k) The speed is indicated automatically after about 10 sec.

4.2 Number and Content of Parameter

1) Motor speed indication

Display data
Mode number (Five digits) Contents of data

F-00 The speed of the motor is displayed.


(rpm)

2) Use/no use of the machine ready signal (MRDY)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Five digits)

F-01 0001 0, 1 (Standard setting: 0)

Explanation: If the machine ready signal (MRDY) is used 1


If the machine ready signal (MRDY) is not used: 0

3) Output limit pattern setting

Display data
Mode number (Four digits)
Contents of data

F-06 0000 0 to 6 (Standard setting: 0)

Explanation: This function is not available for a conventional type.


In the following cases, please select a pattern which is
appropriate respectively.
A. When the output is limited only at acceleration and
deceleration, the motor accelerates and decelerates slowly,
and operates at the rated output during steady rotation
(Setting data: 1 or 4) (function similar to soft start and
stop)
B. When the motor accelerates and decelerates at the maximum
rated output andthe output is limited during steady
rotation (Setting data: 2 or 5)

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C. When the same motor and amplifier are used to operate the
machine as a different output specification machine (Setting
data: 3 or 6)

Setting data
Item Content
Pattern 1 Patter 2

The output is not limited. 0 0

A Output is limited only at 1 4


acceleration and deceleration.

B No output is limited at accelera¬ 2 5


tion and deceleration but it is
limited during steady rotation.

C The output is limited over all 3 6


movements .
(Output limit pattern 1): The setting data = 1, 2, 3

Output Catalog description


value
Pm 100%

_ [ F-07 ]
Pout x Pm
100

0
Nb Nm
Speed

(Output limit pattern 2) : The setting data =4, 5, 6

Output Catalog description


value
Pm n 100%

_ [F-07]
Pout x Pm
100

0
Nb Nm
Speed

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4) Limit value setting when the output is limited

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-07 0100 0 to 100 (Standard setting: 100)

Explanation: With the maximum rated output (overload capacity) as 100%, set
the limit value to a value to be limited. This preset value is
available when the output is limited according to mode F-06
setting.
Output limit value = Maximum rated output x (setting data) %

5) Delay time to motor power interception

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-08 0005 0 to 255 (Standard setting: 5)

Explanation: The delay time from 0 speed signal detection to the motor power
interception is set.
Delay time = (Setting data) x 40 msec

6) Use/no use of the motor power interception by the machine ready signal (MRDY)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-09 0000 0, 1 (Standard setting: 0)

Explanation: The function is used when it is presumed that the


electromagnetic contactor is switched frequently. When the
machine ready signal (MRDY) is turned OFF, only motor power is
interrupted, and the electromagnetic contactor remains ON.
If this function is used 1
If this function is not used: 0

7) Adjustment of speed error offset at the time of the forward rotation command
(SFR)

Display data
Mode number (Four digits)
Contents of data

F-10 0128 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 128)

Explanation: The speed error offset is adjusted when stopping motor


operation with the forward rotation command (SFR) and speed
command voltage 0 V (zero rotation command) applied. Increase
the data when stopping the motor rotating counterclockwise
(CCW) , as viewed from the shaft.

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8) Adjustment of speed error offset at the time of the reverse rotation command
(SRV)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F— 11 0128 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 128)

Explanation: The speed error offset is adjusted when stopping motor


operation with the reverse rotation command (SRV) and speed
command voltage 0 V (zero rotation command) applied. Increase
the data when stopping the motor rotating CCW, as viewed from
the shaft.

9) Adjustment of speed error offset at the time of the orientation command


(ORCM)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-12 0128 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 128)

Explanation: The parameter is used for adjustment when no adjustment is


possible so that the LED of IN-POSITION FINE lights up at
orientation, using the adjusting volume control on the
orientation circuit.

10) F13 and F14 are not used. Please refer to item 4.5 for speed adjustment.

11) Speed adjustment when velocity command voltage is 10 V

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-15 0 - Rated speed (It is decided by motor


specification)

Explanation: When making velocity adjustments in para. 14) and 15) below, be
sure to complete this setting. Set the value of Speed rpm at
10 V velocity command voltage/ 100.
Speed rpm at 10 V velocity command voltage =
(Setting data) x 100

12) Detection range of speed arrival signal (SAR)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-16 0015 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 15)

Explanation: The detection range of the speed arrival signal (SAR) is set.
The speed arrival signal (SAR) is outputted when the motor
speed reaches within + (Setting data) % of the command speed.
Detection range = Command speed x + (Setting data) /

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13) Detection range of speed detecting signal (SDT)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-17 0003 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 3)

Explanation: The detection range of the speed detecting signal (SDT) is set.
The speed detecting signal (SDT) is outputted when the motor
speed becomes (Setting data) % of a maximum speed or less.
Detection range = Maximum speed x (Setting data) %

14) Setting of torque limit value

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-18 0050 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 50)

Explanation: Torque limit value when the torque limit signal (TLMH) is
turned ON is set.
Torque limit value = Maximum ratings torque x (Setting data) %

15) Setting of acceleration/deceleration time

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-19 0010 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 10)

Explanation: Set this time when the acceleration time between the stop and
the maximum speed rpm is longer than 5 seconds.
Preset time = Acceleration time (sec) x 2

16) Limit of regenerative power (Adjustment of deceleration time)

Display data
Mode number (Four digits)
Contents of data

F-20 0060 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 60)

Explanation: The deceleration time is adjusted to become the same as the


acceleration time.
The deceleration time shortens when the setting is enlarged.
The deceleration time lengthens when the setting is reduced.
However, when the regenerative power is excessive, the
regenerative limit circuit is actuated and the motor current
waveform changes; therefore, abnormal noise may be produced
from the motor. In this case, this abnormal noise is
suppressed by reducing the setting.

110
17) Setting of velocity control phase compensation P:HIGH gear (CTH = 1)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits) -

F-21 0020 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 20)

18) Setting of velocity control phase compensation P:L0W gear (CTH = 0)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-22 0020 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 20)

19) Setting of velocity control phase compensation P in orientation time: HIGH


gear (CTH = 1)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-23 0040 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 40)

20) Setting of velocity control phase compensation P in orientation time: LOW


gear (CTH = 0)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-24 0040 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 40)

21) Setting of velocity control phase compensation I:HIGH gear (CTH = 1)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-25 0010 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 10)

22) Setting of velocity control phase compensation I:LOW gear (CTH = 0)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-26 0010 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 10)

23) Setting of velocity control phase compensation I in orientation time: HIGH


gear (CTH = 1)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-27 0010 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 10)

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24) Setting of velocity control phase compensation I in orientation time : LOW
gear (CTH = 0)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-28 0010 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 10)

25) F-29 is not used. Please refer to item 4.5 for the speed detection offset
adjustment.

26) F-30 is not used.

27) Setting of rigid tap mode

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-31 0000 0-1 (Standard setting: 0)

Explanation: The torque limit signal (TLML) is used to a conventional torque


limit: 0
The torque limit signal (TLML) is used for motor voltage
switching when improved transient response characteristics are
required for rigid tapping operation, for example: 1

28) Setting of motor voltage when usually operated

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-32 0010 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 10)

29) Setting of motor voltage in orientation time

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-33 0010 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 10)

30) Setting of motor voltage in rigid tap mode

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-34 0100 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 100)

Explanation: This preset value is effective when mode F-31 setting data is
1.

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31) Detection range of 0 speed signals (SST)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-35 0075 0 - 255 (Standard setting: 75)

Explanation: The detection range of 0 speed signals (SST) is set.


0 speed signal (SST) is outputted when the speed of the motor
becomes (The setting data/100)% of a maximum speed or less.
The detection range = maximum speed x (The setting data/100)%

32) Detection range of load detection signal (LDT)

Display data
Mode number Contents of data
(Four digits)

F-36 0090 0 - 100 (Standard setting: 90)

• Explanation: This function transmits a load detection signal when the motor
output exceeds the preset value % of the maximum output (120%
of 30-minute rating) .
4.3 Setting Rank

For the usual applications, the parameter is factory preset before shipment;
therefore, the machine tool builder should normally check or modify only the
rank A setting.
When changing the operating conditions (change of speed rpm and special
setting),- the machine tool builder should divide the rank for use.
Please pay attention not to alter the setting value by mistake.

Setting of rank A (It must be confirmed without fail)

Rank Mode number Content

A F-01 Setting of the use/no use of the machine ready signal

Setting of rank B (special setting)

Rank Mode number Content

B F-16 Detection range of speed arrival signal

F-17 Detection level of speed detecting signal

F-35 Detection level of 0 speed signal

F-18 Setting of torque limit value

F-06 , 07 Setting of output limit

F-19 Setting of acceleration and deceleration time

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g
Rank Mode number Content

F-20 Limit of regenerative power (Adjustment of deceleration


time)

F-09 Setting of the use/no use of the interception of the motor


power by the machine ready signal

F-36 Setting of load detection level

4.4 Setting Method of Short Pin

Setting
Name Contents Setting pin status before
shipment
SI Control circuit mode Test mode TEST DRIVE
changeover
Normal operation mode DRIVE

S2 The setting is as shown on Detector I Detector II Setting


S3 the right, depending on the according
speed rpm during the rating 6000RPM D to each
command (VCMD = 10 V) model
- Detector I. Gear 450RPM 8000RPM C
256 teeth
- Detector II. Gear 6000RPM 10000RPM B
128 teeth 12000RPM

8000RPM 15000RPM A
10000RPM 20000RPM

S4 Setting for gain switching Normal operation mode OFF OFF


S5
For gain switching ON

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114
4.5 Adjustment Method of Variable Resistor

Name Contents Adjustment before shipment

RVl Maximum speed adjustment in CWW Adjustment for each model


direction

RV2 Maximum speed adjustment in CW


direction

RV3 Offset adjustment of velocity detecting Adjustment to 0 mV +1 mV, using


circuit TS3 with rotation command OFF.

RV4 +5 V voltage adjustment Adjustment to +5 V +0.1 V.

RV5 Gain adjustment when the gain is 50%


switched

RV6 Gain adjustment of velocity Model Adjusted value Maximum speed


detecting circuit for low
speeds 1.5S, 3S, 15+3 rpm 6000 rpm
6S
Apply VCMD (velocity
command voltage) 25 mV IS, 2S, 3 20+4 rpm 8000 rpm
+2 mV to adjust the speed
rpm for each model 2H 37.5 +8 rpm 15000 rpm

2VH 50 +10 rpm 20000 rpm

115
5. TROUBLESHOOTING AND COUNTERMEASURE

When faults take place, refer to item 3 in Chapter I in this manual according to
trouble conditions, and locate the cause and take proper corrective measures.
At that time, it should be noted that the following item are modified.
1) Change from alarm display using 4 LED's to Alarm No. direct display (AL-XX)
using 5-digit segments.
2) To reset the alarm, turn "MODE" and "DATA SET" ON at the same time.
3) The alarm contents are as shown in the table below.

Content of alarm

Alarm display Content of alarm

AL-01 The motor or servo unit becomes overheating.


(Thermostat action)

AL-02 The speed deviates substantially from the speed command due to
overload, for example, producing excessive speed error.

AL-03 The electric discharge circuit part is abnormal.

AL-04 to 05 (not used)

AL-06 The speed of the motor exceeds maximum ratings.


(Analog method detection)

AL-07 The speed of the motor exceeds maximum ratings.


(Digital method detection)

AL-08 The power supply voltage is too high.

AL-09 (not used)

AL-10 The voltage of power supply (+15 V) abnormally decreases.

AL-11 The voltage of DC link part is rising abnormally.


'
AL-12 The current of DC link part flows excessively.

AL-13 to 15 (not used)

AL-16 to 23 An arithmetic circuit and a peripheral circuit part are


abnormal.

No display Abnormality is generated in ROM.

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6. REPLACEMENT METHOD OF FUSE AND PCB

When replacing PCB, re-mount 2 ROM's and NV RAM (parameter memory element) on a
new PCB. For other settings and speed rpm adjustment, for example, do this as
needed. For others, refer to item 6 in Chapter I in this manual.

7. SPINDLE ORIENTATION CONTROL CIRCUIT

Refer to item 7 in Chapter I in this manual for the maintenance of the spindle
orientation control circuit and the adjustment.
Please refer to the appendix for other maintenance.

117
APPENDIXES

*ÿ
APPENDIX 1 CONNECTION DIAGRAMS

Fig. 1 (a) Connection diagram of MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3


Fig. 1 (b) Connection diagram of MODEL 3 'v 22
Fig. 1 (c) Connection diagram of MODEL 30, 40
Fig. 1 (d) Connection diagram of AC spindle servo unit (380V/415VAC input)
Fig. 1 (e) Connection diagram of spindle orientation (with position coder
employed)
Fig. 1 (f) Detailed connection diagram of spindle orientation with position
coder employed (when the synchronous feed is combined with a turning
machine, machining center, etc.)
Fig. 1 (g) Detailed connection diagram of spindle orientation using position
coder (when the spindle orientation only is used with the machining
center)
Fig. 1 (h) Detailed connection diagram of spindle orientation using position
coder (when the stop position is externally set)
Fig. 1 (i) Connection diagram of spindle orientation (when magnetic sensor is
used)
Fig. 1 (j) Detailed connection diagram of spindle orientation using magnetic
sensor)

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AC spindle servo unit Connector
housing
CNl
CNl CN2 350720- 1 AC spindle motor

a
33 1 TT Socket connector
R0 1 SARI PA
M
ov CN2 350609-1 Signcl

a
K5 37 z 3 2 1
2 In K4
Magnetics
cabinet
control
MR-
5 0LFH
R02
TT 1B
SAR2
T
R0 3 ARST1 SST 1
RA
IT
PB
9

in
OH 2
TV
OHI
D MR-20LFH
PD PA +5 V
6
RB
5
RA
4
OV
Housing
350782-1
Pin
CN3 TtT 20 T TT 4 T1
panel K6 R0 4 ARST2 SST2 RB 11 350690-

MR- Q[ 37
R05
21
TLMH TLMH
£ 1H
i?
5
G G
Y Power OH2
9 8
SS
7
OH 1
2 OLMH U U JL line
3H 22 6 1_9
TB OM, R06 ORAR1 OT 11 V K2 V U , Z V ,X W,Y G
+5V
K7 SMI
LMl
39 23 T
RO 7 ORAR2 MRDY1
Ttr 2T T
20
SS
>< \v
Crimp style
Tw Fan motor
U V w
Screw
G

R08 CTM MRDY2 T1 cable terminal M6


Crimp style _J 1 25 9
terminal
terminal OM TB R FMA FMB
ORCM1 TLM5
a
RO 9

(T 1 3>
•1 2 26 10
2 SMI (screw
terminal
S
M3) T FMA FMB AC
RIO ORCM2 TLM6 3 LMl
G
No-fuse, JJV 22. 1I Screw Spindle motor
breaker Ri OVRl A LMl 20 3ÿ 7 terminal
AC T1. 3 j ZB 12 M4
13 V
power i 1 R R 1 2 OVR2 ALM2 19 COM 6
VV
I 3 phase— .(*) 4 5' HE 13
iPower O O-K
I S SFR + 1 5 V OR 18, 5
24 ov s
I
(transformer!
K1
46 3 (J
n 11
N3
NJ 9(option) 6 o o *
T
SRV DAI
47 31
OS
15
17 ALB
I0
4
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I 4 8 0V _Z. 4B 32 To y
9 9 O O-H G T2

a
ESP2 E SDT 2 15 AL2 2
G I 1 49
¥ Resistance unit
Crimp style LL T2-I K8 T 3— 1
?I
T
I
I
terminal
LMl
IHI
SMI
CTH
JH
OM
14

CN3
ALl 1

2 2
15H
Standard ( lkW )
L- J

i
Crimp style Crimp style
j terminal terminal
I
I
L_ÿ
I Fuse (5A) or
j No-fusc breaker -(j) Thermostat wive
()

K3

K9
To magnetic cabinet control panel

Table 1 (a) Connection diagram of MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3


AC spindle servo unit
Connector
CN1 CN2 housing
33 1 1 .1 l 350720-1 AC spindle motor
CN1

a
R0 1 SARI PA 0V Socket connector
350689- 1

a
3 -i 2 15 2 CN2 3 2 1
K5 R0 2 SAR2 RA OH2
MR-
50LFH
3 :>
R03
III 3
ARST1 SSTl
1B
PB To
3
OH 1
]D K4 PD
6
PA
5
+5V
4
Housing
350782-1
Pin
Magnetic 36 20 4 17 4 RB RA OV —
3 50 6 90 1
MR-20LFH
cabinet CN3 R0 4 ARST2 SST2 RB 11

control
panel
K6
MP-
2 0LMH
a 37
R0 5
3H
R06
21

22
ORAR1
5
TLMH TLML
6
OT
18

19
i -j

n
a

r,
u
V
W K2
U
V
\V U
OH2

,Z
9 8
SS

V ,X W
7
OH 1

,Y G
OM +5 V
23 23 7 20 7
K7
RO 7 ORAR2 MRDY1 SS G G
U V w G
SMI o 21 8
Screw
Crimp style lLMl R08 CTM MRDY2 Crimp style terminal M6
TT 25 terminal
9 TB

n
terminal 1 OM
ROD ORCM1 TLM5 (screw- FMA FMA FMB

a
CT1—3) 2 SMI terminal
42 26 10
I R1 0 ORCM2 TLM6 3 LMI M3) Screw K3 FMA FMB AC
27 terminal
•1 3 11
M5 FMB Note 1 FMB Screw Spindle motor
ro R1 1 OVR 1 A LMl terminal
No-fuse , 20 X 7 U
UJ 4 28 12 13 M4
breaker R12 OVR2 ALM2 V
19 COM G
W T1
I R 29
AC power T 1 I I
45
SFR +1 5 V
13
OR 18
12
5 G FMU FMU
3-phase
24 0V _s
R
6Power
transformeri
i

Cj)(option) -Cj)
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O O
K1
S ASi
SRV
47
30
DAI
ai
1 -t
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15.
17

16
1 1
ALB
10
AL4
4

3
FMA
FMB
B
FMV
K3
Note 2
FMV
FMU FMV FMW
FMU FMV FMW
(
T ESP 1 DA2 SDT1 FMW FMW
9 Fuse holder Screw terminal
\ 1 I 48 32 16
M4
T 15 AL2 2
4 8 0V 6 6—i-cTo-h G
ESP2
49
LMl
E SDT2
II
CTH 14
8
AL1 1
R
S
l J Crimp style

*
G
terminal a0 18 T
SMI OM CN3
G
i J G terminal is earthed to cabinet Note 1) In case Model 3 to 15
(screw terminal M6)
Note 2) In case Model 18/22

Fig. 1 (b) Connection diagram of MODEL 3~22


AC spindle servo unit
Connector
CNl CN2 Housing
aa i 14 1 350720-1
Socket
AC spindle motor
CNl ROI SARI PA 0V HOND. connector
z

:
34 35 OG09- 1

G
2 IS MR-50RM CN2 3 2 1
K5 R0 2 SAR2 RA n OH 2 Housing
K4
Magnetic
cabinet
MR-
50LFH
35
R0 3
36
19
ARST1 SST1
25
3

4
ia
PB
17
in
OH 1
4
D MR-20LFH
PB
G
RB
PA
5
RA
•f 5V
4
OV
350782- 1
Pin
350690- 1
CN3 R0 4 ARST2 SST2 RB 11 TB
control 37 ia 9 B 7
KG 5 u
Q[ 21 5
panel R05 TLMH TLML 12 u OH 2 SS OH 1
MR-
20LMH
38
RO 6
22
0RAR1
6
OT
19
is
G
HONDA V —V V
U ,Z V ,X W,Y
OM 39 23 7 20 + 5V 7 MR-20RM1 W K2 /J! G

K7 SMI
R 07 0RAR2 MRDYl
•1 0 24 8
SS Gj lG U V W G
ROB Crimp style
TBl LMl
Crimp style 33
CTM MRDY2
25 8 terminal Screw ter¬
minal M10
1 OM TB HONDA
terminal RO 9 ORCMl TLM5 (screw FMU FMU FMV FMW
(Tl-3) 2 SMI
terminal MR-201 FMU
•1.2. 26 I0
RIO ORCM2 TLMG 3 LMl M3) FMV K3 FMV FMU FMV FMW
Screw, terminal AC
I 43 21 11
R1 1 OVR 1 A LMl MIO Screw Spindle motor
No-fuse- 44 28 12
20 X 7 U
FMW FMW
terminal M4
13 V
breaker R 1 2 OVR2 ALM2 19 COM 6 T1
AC power f 1 R 5 29 13 W
12
+30
I
3-phase
R
9 Power 6 o s
SFR
8
15V OR
14
18
11
5 Gl.GS
Screw terminal M4
2 4 0V S 1 transform ! I K1
SRV
47
DAI
31
OS
15
17 ALB
10
4
™JlT2 |FMA K10 Fan unit
Q (option) Q O Of T ESP 1 DA2 SDT 1 1G AL1 3 FMV
or
FMW
4 80V i O Oi- G ESP 2
49
32
E
T6
SDT 2
17
15

14
9
AL2
8
AL1 1
2
n FMB Fan motor

G L .1 Crimp style LMl CTH


6I I
terminal 50
SMI
18
OC SUCN
Fuse holder
l OM CN3 R
I
S
T

Fig. 1 (c) Connection diagram of MODEL 30, 40


AC spindle servo unit
Connector
CN1 CN2 Housing
33 l 14 I 350720-1 AC spindle motor
Socket

a
CN1 i connector
ROI SARI PA 0V HOND.

:
34 9 IS 2 MR-50RM CN2 350689- 1 3 2 1
K5 R0 2 SAR2 RA 9
OH 2 K4
Housing

Magnetic
MR-
5 0LFH
35
R0 3 ARSTl
36 20.
19 3
SSTl
4
16
PB
17
in
3
OH 1
4
D MR-20LFH
PB
6
RB
PA
5
RA
+5V
4
OV
350782- 1
Pin
350690- 1
cabinet R04 ARST2 SST2 RB TB
CN3
control K6 37 21 5 l8 5
u u
9 8 7
panel
MR- Q[ R0 5 TLMH TLML 12 OH 2 ss OHl
20LMH
OM
38 22
R06 ORAR1 OT
6 19
13
4-5V
6
HONDA y
MR-20RMI
— W
V

K2
V
\v U,Z V ,X W,V G

K7 SMI
39 23
R 07 ORAR2
•1 Q 24
7
MRDY1
8
20
SS
7
G
Crimp style
to U V W G

TB LM1 ROB CTM MRDY2 Screw ter¬


terminal minal M 10
Crimp style 41 25 9 1 OM TB HONDA
terminal • R0 9 ORCM1 TLM5 (screw FMU FMU FMU FMV FMW
(Tl-3) 2 SMI MR- 201
42 26 10 terminal
3 LM1 M3) FMV K3 FMV FMU FMV FMW
I R10 ORCM2 TLM6 AC
Screw terminal
43 27 11
Ml 0 Screw Spindle motor
N?
R1 1 OVR 1 ALM1 20 >C 7 U terminal M4
Ui
No-fuse- ai 28 1 2 13 FMW FMW
V
breaker Rl 2 OVR 2 ALM2 19 COM 6 T1
W
I AC power 1 R 45 20 13 12
R SFR +15V OR 18 5 G1.G5
3-phase O O-K S'
46 30 11 11 Screw terminal M4
1 7 ALB
SRV DAI OS 4
IFMA
u
2 4 0V S I Kl 47 31 ia jo
FMU T2 K10 Fan unit
O Of *
T 16 AL4 3 FMV
ESP 1 DA2 SDT1 FMW or
\ 16 9
T
48 32
15 AL2 2 Fan motor
4 80V O o-wI
G ESP2
4 9
E SDT2
17
8 mm FMB
14 AL1 1
G L .1 Crimp style LM1 CTH OC SOCN
terminal 5Q 18 Fuse holder
SMI OM CN3 R
Crimp S
terminal 220A
1 -phase 220A T2 T
220A 220B
200V G1 is connected with G2
220B 220B
s on the terminal board T1
220V

Fig. 1 (d) Connection diagram of AC spindle servo unit (380V/415V AC input)


CN 1 Spindle servo unit

5n I9 48 I7 16 45 II 13 12 11 •1 0 39 38 37 3 fi 35 34 33
MR-50RMA
(*Nl\ SMI LM1 BSP 2 ES P 1 SR V SFR Rl 2 R11 Rl 0 RO 9 RO 8 RO 7 RO 6 R05 R04 RO 3 R02 RO 1
NC or magnetic
sequence control K.5 \ 32 31 30 29 28 27 2 fi 25 24 23 22 21 20 19
DA 2 l)A 1 f- l 5 V OVR 1 OVR1 ORCM2 ORCM1 CTM ORAR2 ORAR1 TLMH ARST2 ARST1

MR-5 0LFII
n 18 7 1 fi 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01
OM CTM SDT2 S DT 1 OS OR A LM 2 ALM2 TIM6 TIM5 V1RDY2 MRDY 1 OT TLML SST 2 S ST 1 SAR2 SARI

MR 20LMH
CN 9
To magnetic

]r
sequence CNC
control K8
CN A, CNn CNC Orientation control circuit
20 19 18 17 16 15 14 14 15 16 1 7 18 19 20
CNR OO tPB PD PA PA *SC SC OL H1 2 HI 1 H1 0
To NC J4
] * HO 9 HO 8 HO 7
13 12 ( 1 10 09 08 08 09 10 11 12 13
MR-20LFH NZZ NZX i IB HA
I
07 06 05 04 03 02 01 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
to
CN A
f l 2N + 511 + 511 +-5H OH OH OH HOG 1105 HO 4 HO 3 HO 2 HO 1

I J
MR - 2 ORMA ( CNA , D )

Machine tool side £ Spindle


Gear or belt
To manual pulse generator motor
To proximity switch for i i
near zero point
i Tool
Position coder Spindle

\ i
i

Note 1) Signal cable K8 applies to spindle orientation B, BS. Directly coupled or timing belt

Note 2) Cable J4 is used when the lathe position coder or the


synchronous feed position coder for machining center
is used concurrently.

Fig. 1 (e) Connection diagram of spindle orientation (with position coder employed)
I

Orientation control
| CN A | 1
circuit A/D, AS/DS
IHLiiiA =6 5
o OL
(09)
HB =D 6 DO
-6- T0
+5 V (01)(02)(03)1 OM 1
IP
I Open I T +5V
4
• Manual pulse
generator
O
J
l 2N

g 511 (04)(05 )( 0 6
A + 511 — -
+5V power is supplied
from NC

Proximity switch for near zero

---
point

(10)
To NC via connector O NZX
CNB
1

(ID
2: Ct=—I
NZZ — ‘1 1-Wr-Q-
I

107)
<S +12N
-f IT 1) When manual pulse generator
and proximity switch for near

| Open | ioo
(20)
oo
— zero point arc not used, HA
HD, NZX, NZZ and +12N
need not be connected.

i
o ov (Note 2) AS/DS type applies to
==ÿ Shield grounding model 1/2/small model 3.

-=$ MOV )

i
ll( I 5 V )

(16)

1
4,000 rpm PA i A ( PA )
6,000 rpm
position coder (17)
-6 N ( PA )
signal input <f PA
*
i
(1ÿ—
<J) PB c( PU)
Position coder
(19)
O
* PB 4— K(
* PU )
(14)
SC A B( SC)

(15)
*SC A P(*so

Fig. 1 (f) Detailed connection diagram of spindle orientation with position coder employed
(when synchronous feed is combined with turning machine and machining centers etc)

127
Orientation control circuit

+5 V I CNA I
+SV is supplied by [+5 V (®
* )(02)(03
-A
spindle servo unit Q y UH K ( OV)

5H (04)(05)(06
4) +5H
___ A H (+5V )
Lower Ulan
400 mA

( 20
A 00 Position coder
OG
0 Short circuit
OV
X
4000 rpm, 6000 rpm ( 16 )
position coder A PA A( PA)
signal input
(17)
-6 4=PA N(*PA)

( 18 )
A PB C ( PB )

( 19 )
*PB R ( PB )
*
(14) SC B( SC )

(15)
A *sc

c--
,\J P(*SC)

Note) The cable length should be shorter than 20 m between the servo unit and
the position coder.

Fig. 1 (g) Detailed connection diagram of spindle orientation using position coder
(when spindle orientation only is used for machining centers)

I
128 -
I

Orientation I
control circuit CNA
+5 V (0 1 ) ( 0 2 )( 0 3 )
OH
I+ V 5
K (0V)
Lower than
5H ( 0 4 )( 05)(06 ) 400 mA
+ 5H H ( +5 V )

(20) Position coder


00
ioo
<p ov
4000 rpm, 6000 rpm
position coder
signal input
( 16 )
PA —f- — A( PA )

(17)
I -6 N ( *PA )

(IB)
PB -A C( PB )

(19)
1 *PBi
R ( *PB )

{ 14 )
SC -A B ( SC )

(15)
*SC P(*so
V

CBN is relayed or +5V power


is supplied from NC in case
of synchronous feed control.

| CNC )
( 07 ) HO 1
-6- 2U
HO 2 2 Magnetic sequence
(06) 2 1 control circuit

(05)1 H03 4
2*
Converter circuit
V 04 ) 8 4 096
2ÿ
Stop position '360°
command signal
LMlk HO 5 16 204 8
-18 0“
( C J) H0 6 32 1 024
23
- 9 0“
( 20 ) HO 7 64 2° 5I2
Q
-4 5°
l 19 ) H0 8 1 28 27 34 1
-a
”30°
( 1 H ) A H0 9 2 56
2*
(17)1 HI 0 512
V 2®
i
(16)1 HI 1 1024
2 io

HI 2 2048
2"
l 1 4 ) 1 OL

? Stop position command

Fig. 1 (h) Detailed connection diagram of spindle orientation using position coder
(when the stop position is externally set)

129
Spindle servo unit
MR- 5 0 KM A i 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 '12 4l 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33
CN

NC or magnetic \ VSM1 I.M 1 ESP2 BSP1 SRV SFR SFH R 11 HI 0 R09 R08 R0 7 R0 6 R05 R04 R0 3 R0 2 R0 1..
i

<s>
sequence control 32
E
31
DA 2 DAI
30 29
4 1 5V
28 27 26 22 25 21 2021 19
OVR 2 OVH1 ORCM2 ORCM1 CTM ORAK2 ORAR 1 TLNH AKST2 ARST1
23

MR-50LFH
/ 18
OM
17
(Til
16
SDT2 S l)T 1
15
OS
14 13
OR
12 11 10
ALM2 A LM 1 TLM6 TLM5 MRDY2 MR1)Y1
09 08 07 06
OT
05
TI,ML SST2
04 03 02
SST 1 SAR2 SARI
01

CN9

r 4
Orientation control circuit
i
20 19 18 17 16 15 14
MR- 20RMA
CNA OO ov + 1 5V LSB LS A MSB MSA
I \ 13 12 I1 10 09 08
LO
O
I MR
/ i
07 06 05 04 03 02 01

2 0 LFH
_I

Machine tool side 3 Gear or belt


Spindle
motor
i
=
t
i Tool
Magnetizing element [Spindle
Metal plug socket

<E> Q
Amplifier
Magnetic sensor

Fig. 1 (i) Connection diagram of spindle orientation (when magnetic sensor is used)
t

Orientation control circuit

Metal connector
| CN A | I
U 4) A
MSA

IIS
-0 MSB L>

as
-A LS A •fR —
-p* F Magnetic sensor
amplifier

15-A LS B 1
R

ifi_ + 1 5 V A c

1?_A ov B

J20 OG ET
(Note) The cable length should be shorter than 20m between the servo unit and the magnetic
sensor amplifier.

Fig. 1 (j) Detailed connection diagram of spindle orientation


(when magnetic sensor is used)

131
APPENDIX 2 CABLE ENTRANCE DIAGRAM

3) MODEL 8, 12 cable entrance


1) MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3 2) MODEL 3, 6 cable entrance diagram
cable entrance diagram diagram (A06B-6044-H108.H112)
(A06B-6052-H001,H002 ,H003) (A06B-6044-H103 , 106)

To regenerative resistor unit


I
f
I
I

1 2
<ta$
T2
Control circuit I
At 6B-I 100-0080
/ I 2
T3
PCB
Control circuit 2
AI6B-1100 -00 9 0 -2

I
I
Cf/3 CN2 TO

.
CN1 TU CN2 CN3 CHI
T1 I- -4 t£=J [E=3 I g g a I
CN1 CN3 CN2 TB
I RSICGUVW '-JT
z
J i EE3

U) '
ro dmW
nSTGGUVW
Regenerative
resistor unit 0 J2.
I To magnetic To AC
control motor
panel or NC To AC
To magnetic motor
control
To AC To magnetic panel or NC ‘
3’phasc AC Power cable motor control
power supply To AC motor panel or NC
To magnetic
control
panel or NC

220 V
I
© aw I

D0S
AST
200V
o u v wfo"® 5 —
!VIBI

Power
3-phase cable Pan motor
AC power
supply To AC motor
4) MODEL 8, 12, 15 cable entrance 5) MODEL 18, 22 cable entrance 6) MODEL 30, 40 cable entrance
diagram diagram diagram
(A06B-6044-H009 , H010, H011, H023)

[I
i

PCB
9

PCB
PCB

ii
I
CN 1 CN3 CN2
123
[I CN! CN3 CN2 TD
CN1 CN3 CN2 TB
<f=)
U>
U>
To
To AC
motor
— To AC
motor
I magnetic
control
panel
To
magnetic
control
%
F F
1 32 3
Hi
or NC
yj
725v
panel
or NC V
HP
/I $ av
2DOV
To AC
motor I sa

T1
SI® /_© 0 0 T2 220V
To magnetic
control
panel or NC vwmi
"U b.W

A
(in case of
model 40)
nil .
5 ulfvy
T,
f run
Of V/VtyQ
T, 1 S3W
Power Fan, To fan motor for
3-phnsc AC cable
power supply iH2lor cooling the unit
To AC motor radiator
©

3-phasc Power Fan Power Fan motor


cable motor 3-phase cable
AC power AC power
supply To AC supply To AC
motor motor
APPENDIX 3 CABLE SPECIFICATIONS

The cable specifications are as shown below.


Prepare cables by users.
1) Power line and motive power line for respective motor models

FANUC
Use Symbol Specifications specification
No.

For MODEL 1 K1 Cabtyre cable


K2 JIS C 3312
(Lower than 4 conductors
5 KVA) I
T
37/0.26 1 2.0(4
(2.0mm3)
Crimp style Crimp style
terminals terminals
T2-4 T2-4

For MODEL 2 K1 Cabtyre cable


J1S C 3312
(Lower than K2 4 conductors
7 KVA)

45/0.32
i
f
1 4.00
4Z
(3.5mm3)
Crimp style Crimp style
terminals terminals
T5.5-4 T5.5-4

For MODEL 3 K1 Cabtyre cable A02B-0008-K853


JIS C 3312
(Lower than K2 4 conductors 7 m long
12 KVA) i
T
70/0.32 1 6.5 0
(5.5mm3)
Crimp style 15.5 0 Crimp style
terminals terminals
T5.5-6 T5.5-6

For MODEL 6 K1 Cabtyre cable A02B-0008-K854


JIS C 3312
(Lower than K2 4 conductors 7 m long
16 KVA)
1
50/0.45 20 4-
(8mnt3)
Crimp style Crimp style
terminals terminals
8-6 8-6

Cabtyre cable
For MODEL 8, K1 JIS C 3312 A06B-6044-K017
12 (Lower 4 conductors 7 m long
than 25 KVA)
T
88/0.45 24 0
K2 (14mnt3) A06B-6044-K018
Crimp style Crimp style
terminals terminals 7 m long
14-6 (K2. Motive power line) 14-6
14-8 (Kl: Power line)

- 134 -
FANUC
Use Symbol Specifications specification
No.
Heat-proof vinyl
For MODEL 15 K1 cabtyrc cable A06B-6044-K019
(Lower than K2 4 cores 7 m long
30 KVA)
O
i

Crimp style 7/20/0.45 30 0 Crimp style


terminals (22mm2)
terminals
22-8 R22-6S

For MODEL 18 K1 Heat-proof vinyl A06B-6044-K020


cabtyre cable
(Lower than K2 7 m long
4 cores
38 KVA)
|
o- -O
T
7/27/0.45 34.1 0
Crimp style (30mm2) Crimp style
terminals terminals
38-8 38-8

For MODEL 22 K1 Heat-proof vinyl A06B-6044-K021


(Lower than K2 cabtyre cable 7 m long
4 cores
45 KVA)
a -o

7/34/0.45 38 0
Crimp style (38mm2) Crimp style
terminals terminals
38-8 38-8

Heat-proof cable for 600 VAC


Power cable K1 Single wire (a) x 3 line and
and power K2 (b) x 1 line
source cable (a) Conductor
for MODEL 30
7/34/0.45 (38mm2)
Crimp terminal T38-10

©
(b) Conductor

7/20/0.45 (22mm2)
Crimp terminal T38-10

135
FANUC
Use Symbol Specifications specification
No.
Heat-proof cable for 600 VAC
Power cable K1 Single wire (a) x 3 lines and
and power K2 (b) x 1 line
source cable (a) Conductor
for MODEL 40
19/20/0.45 (50mm2)
Crimp terminal T60-10

© C©
(b) Conductor

7/20/0.45 (22mm2)
Crimp terminal T38-10

136
I

2) Common line
The following cables are common to each model.

FANUC
Use Symbol Specifications specification
No.

Spindle K3 A06B-6044-K022
Spindle
servo unit servo Vinyl cabtyre cable 7 m long
unit JIS C 3312, 2 conductors Motor
side side

> <
AC spindle
motor
(cooling t 10.5 0
fan) Crimp style 37/0.26 Crimp style
terminals (2mm5) terminals
(Except Model T2-5 T2-5
18,22,30,40)

Spindle K4 Spindle servo unit Attached connector A06B-6044-K200


option connector of spindle motor
servo unit Less than 10 0 7 m long
»
AC spindle
motor
CN2
D Shielded
4-paired
I
(for signal)
/
MR-20 LFH
cable

PVC sheath
Housing
350720-1
Contact
350689-1
made by Honda shield braided
Tsushin Co. conductor

Spindle K5 Spindle servo unit Power magnetic control A06B-6044-K023


servo unit connector (basic) 12.5 0 7 m long

Power
magnetic
control
(for signal)
CN1
D
MR-50 LFH
made by Honda
Braided shield vinyl cable
50 conductors x 0.2mm5
Tsushin Co. (7/0.18) made by Sanyo
Denko

Spindle K6 Spindle servo unit A06B-6044-K024


servo unit connector, (basic) 7 m long
100

Power
magnetic
control
(for signal)
CN3

MR-20 LMH
D T
Shielded 4-paired cable
0.3 mm5
made by Honda
Tsushin Co.

Speedmeter K7 Vinyl cabtyre cable


load meter JIS C 3312, 3 cores

AC spindle
i o
servo unit T
(for meter) 30/0.18 9.2 0
(0.75mm5) Crimp style
Crimp style
terminal terminal
Tl-4 T14

137
3) Others (line used in some models)

FANUC
Use Symbol Specifications specification
No.
For motor K3 Vinyl cabtyre cable
cooling fan JIS C 3312, 3 cores
(for MODEL Conductor 37/0.26 (2mm3)
18,22,30,40) Outer cover PVC 010

tÿ5» I

Crimp style 10.00 Crimp style


terminal terminal
T2-4 T2-4

Resistor K8
unit Vinyl cabtyre cable
JIS C 3312, 2 cores

AC spindle
servo unit
>
Crimp style
terminal
i

12.00
45/0.32
(3.5mm3)
Crimp style
terminal
T5.5-4 T5.5-4

Resistor K9
Vinyl cabtyre cable
unit JIS C 3312, 2 cores

Power
magnetic
control (for
thermostat )
>
Crimp style
terminal
Tl-4
>

30/0.18
(0.75mm3)
i
T
8.8 0 <Crimp style
terminal
Tl-4

138 -
5?

APPENDIX 4 MAIN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

4.1 Main Circuit

CN1 Spindle control circuit (PCB) CN2 CN3


SUI lull RI: Rtt RID ROT RM ROT nos RM R04 Raj mu Rat ss u r» RA PA
CN1
To magnetic
control panel ai aii SOT JZJT os OR ALU AIM TUI
In
ruu
I1
UR ulT
PY 3 1 PY >
nT
OT
mi SSI II I IlAjthot
SIT
1 [I
an an ov
) AX I AU All AU
I
_
1 t L 3
or NC
IcN 3 [ ] CN4 CN6 TB
t 1 i tt T

jCN2[] S“
II il il it it il i

4G IK X zx SC sx sc JX 1C IK IW1 SW| ISC ISC BE IB 1C 71 71 1C It II AC SE


•war OH SU Lit

_
To motor
CN5 CN7 ~
II IS II JJ 10_ _l_ J 1 II II 11 II IS | 1 I > [ t | I 1
P.C.B
{TB|
JOT JOT CD, CD4 VD, vn, vni VD4 OLI OU utt CD4 CW CDl CDI ISA ISt l«B IE 4B 4C SE IB JC IE II X IE IB 1C
* To motor

ICN4 CN5 CN6 CN7

siv SW1
SW2
21
A1
I
TE J

S_i CD3
19 ci
UZ
TM1 TM1 TM1
1C 3C 5C

_
I Z1 l Regenerative
i§?
i

m,
Fl
(2) IA)<? -
MCC WMCC
DM1
discharge
resistor
IE 3E
iSJ
5E
TM
(0
To CN2 -H
DB

CMWV-JI “1 H (P.G

AC power
R

200/220V s j i
j" o-j-
(
'
n
_,
£=5-
-o-rnrÿ-o
-5==3
<3)
-o-ana-o-
(1)

( i ) ACR (2)
—-,d-
SIC (2)

<i> rT2)lA- _
iiA
L_A I
CD 4 (2) OLI
CD2 CDI
cwinrÿo
CD2
o-enp-o
} CDI --
T1
-a |U
(I)
1

AC
7CD3' I|°I >V~( SP‘ndle
50/60Hz T ! o-j. - TR1
CD4
j|jvV_ÿmoto
G

1 MCC rrt-
"Lc
w TM 1
2C
TM 1
40
TM1
GC LJ
C2 DM

+
cgicgi&i 2E GE
zzz
Cl

VD2

i) MODEL 1,2, small MODEL 3


CN1 Spindle control circuit (PCB) CN2 CN3

To magnetic
control panel
CN1
) - "7
E
SRV SFT1 Ri: RlI RIO RW

DA: DAI IJV


OVB OVR DR DR
11 l
IH
OR OR TUi
i Icnikvi IÿIARI IARII II bn I m
ID | j
li'l
« | II I I I 4 1

ill
non R07

I I
II I
not
~ u

«
IT u
ROI R04 ROI ROI ROI
it IT
ss

Ml,1.1.1.1.
RB PB RA PA

) All AL2 ALA AU


I
cm 5DT SOT OS OH ALMI ALMTU4 TUI UR UR ul nT [TU4 SST S3T SAJI 5aK Dili an ov
or NC CM
2 I1 6 J DY1 DYI IL 2 I 2 I

,CN3[] CN4 CN6 TB


II il | II ~Ta~ » I 1 « I J 1 II l« il II II » l T i l I l T
200
To motor jcN2[] LAcl 1C 4K 2C 2K SC IK SC 3K 1C IK SW2 SWI l«C ISC t£ 10 1C 7E 7i 7C U 6B bC it tc IIA OU SU LU

CN5 CN7
II il il II i 4 l l I 14 l) il IB > i

iV'Ii P.C.B 100 100 CD! CDS VDI VDl VD2 VtM OLI OL1 ucc
To meter TB[] CD4 CD7 CD1 CDI 1*A 1*0 110 4E 4B «T IE II JC 2E 2B 1C IE IB 1C

CN4 CN5 CN6 CN7


sw SWI
SW2 v
1
MC C
2*ra TF
O o
MCC
-O CM
(1)
0“\-0
F7
12) R4
c
' j r&a Taa_ (2) (1) (5) (6) VDl FAN

I -6-
TMl TM2 TM3
4S ic

w
O

iS?
ai F5 3!
I CRM
MCC
OÿMCC A
To CN2
F4b9
(2)
'2)
(A) 6-> IE IE 5E TH
(1)
-6- D
O-wsHhO OL2 P. G
41
__
(1) SK (2)
Regenerative 6
I2)0L1
nr-_l ASA control circuit ns
T1

AC power
Hi o-r
ID F2(zi
CD2 ii)
o ®icm t-O IU
i i ID R6 12) I (1) I AC
200/220V sI 4-0 IV
50/60 Hz T
I
I
°
O—L
F3®
o--o- V
CD4
I (2) I
4-0 I'V
spindle
motor
(1)
i <a> i
I I 42) 200T
\ 2005
tif TM 1 TM 2 TM 3
r—1-0 IG

F" [ÿ[1
I
I FAN
fiC
DM
+ 7777 Tip
+ F6
20
A 10J
5® 13
I
1-0
! FMA
FMD
_
Note) F4a has been added 2E 4E GE U6LI
since September 1982. O-

MCC
-O O
ca) (4) VD2
v

ii) MODEL 3 22
CN1 Spindle control circuit (PCB) CN2 CN3
t
IT )l In w II I ' 'I IT |T
Oil I LU I ™ ‘f Ri: R11 RIO RW 003 ROT R06 RW RIM ttOJ RflJ R0| ts AJ n RA PA
CN1
To magnetic ) g
_
JV AL1 All KL4 Alfl

, cocontrol
panel
’ cu|cni|*f os OR
ALX
I |i|
Tui TU4 rui MR UR
S |pYI|PVt
nT
OI
|mi
IL
5T SST" SAA IAF
I |I I II
an an ov
*
.CN 3 [ ] CN4 CN6 TB
II I* II 13 11 10 » » 1 1 1 1 11 i« ti i> 11 10 t I * 1 1 TTT

jcN2[] ou
300 TS 1C IE '(I 1C JE 41 «T IVA OI LU
fcC 6K 4G 4K IC 2K SC IK JG 3K 1C IK IWJ SWI IRC IRC t£ II 71
To motor
CN5 CN7
n n II 11 II 11 1 t 1 J l 1
i) 11 l« 10
*
{ TB| P.C.B
200 700 CDS CD6 vni VD3 VD3 VD4 0L1 OU UCC CTU CD1 CD! cm IRA IRI IW 4E 41 K IE 31 JC 2E IB IT IE II IC
To meter

ICN4 CN5 CN6 CN7

sw SW1
sut

n i
MCC
o
(3) (4)
MCC
-o CM
(2) (II
Ft
VDI
R3
FAN

6 fEO TM1 ,2 TMS , 6 TM9.10


I Z4
mnJ L_„_
1C

iSf
4>* 0L2

I
Mi
HIp
F5Y6
lUT
(A
MCC ®MCC
IE 3E 5E
:::
THI
TH2 To CN2

...
ID

rr
(21
12)
o-wvji-6 Regenerative r.G
(I)SK 12) control circuit
_ (2) °C1' T1

__
555
RI
r—
O-
200R (1) (2) (i) C D ?.[ R1
W-l [o]u AC

s — R2 1
AC power „!
200/220V s 1 °~
F2
-cr-Cpÿ <ZItI31 (4) (2)
-o-TJUÿ-o — CDtt O WHD
TcM-r iV spindle
motor
F3 ® '«> o !vv
50/60 Hz TI1 0 , (3)

xrr
200T

113
I 1
G TM3 ,4 TM7 , 8 TMU.10
Ir 2Q0S

DM
2C 4C fiC
-o FMA
[=E[1FAN

+ a zr +
-o | FMB -
2E 4E 6E

j FMU
4-0 FMV
MCC '
~ I FMW
(G) (5) VD2

iii) MODEL 30,40


APPENDIX 5 MOUNTING LAYOUT OF SPINDLE SERVO UNIT PARTS
(OTHER THAN PCB)
1) MODEL 1, 2, small MODEL 3 (A06B-6052-H001, -H002, -H003)

T2
Electrolytic
capacitor

Transistor
Cl TR1
© G DM1

Diode module

AC reactor

ACR
Transistor
module

TM1
TF
MCC

Magnetic
contacter 7
7
2_
T1
Fan
(Semiconductor module)

Control power transformer

Z1: Surge absorber


A50L-2001-0155/20D431

Fl cS) PCB
A16B-1100-0090~92
230V\ 200V

Control power transformer


tap selector switch
Fl : Control power transformer
input fuse
£ A60L-0001-0031/15A

I
142 -
I

2) Spindle servo unit for AC spindle motor models 3 and 6 (A06B-6044-C008)

F4a, b: Control transformer input fuse


A60L-0001-0031/5A _

F5, F6: Regenerative control circuit fuse


A60L-0001-0036/PC1-20

:S't 1 Z 4
O/ / O
r

Control power transformer


© © v © / f®; FAN: Fan motor
TF (below the fuse mounting A90L-0001-0099/A
board) II -p
e|« © ©
T“* FAN i
(rear side of board)

F4 F5 \FG

C4
/ Radiation fin
Electrolytic capacitor (Each semiconductor
s,
-o
module)

F7: DClink fuse


C5 A60L-0001-0147

F7
Magnetic contactor — MCC
Upper metal plate

;!•!. Z 1
— 3
i 220V

n TI

0 ©_ © 200V
Control power transformer
tap selector switch

n \ X A


FI F3: AC input fuse
A60L-0001-01 27/25FH75
*1. Z1 ~ Z3, Z4: Surge absorber
(A60L-0001-0148) A50L-2001-006 2/441-1 2

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3) MODEL 3, 6 (A06B-6044-H103, H106, H203, H206)

FAN: Fan motor


A90L-0001-0191 (for model 3)
A90L-0001-0099/A (for model 6)

5 a _i

Radiation fin
•R R
M M
(Each semiconductor module)
1 2

AC reactor

Magnatic
contacter

Electrolytic
ACR C4 capacitor

MCC

Control power
transformer
TF

F4a, b: Control power


transformer input fuse
Zl~4 Surge absorber A60L-0001-0031/5A
A50L-2001-0155/20D431 Control power transformer
tap selector switch

|© © n 220V
M Ta i#ff F Terminal with fuse holder
FI F2 F3 --
=2 200V 7 (It is mounted above MCC, TF)
® ®
0 ®®
r ® ®® ® ® ®®

F7: DC link fuse


A60L-0001-0127/25FH75
F5, 6: Regenerative control
F 1~3: AC input fuse circuit fuse
A60L-0001-0147 A60L-0001-0197./PC1F-20

i
144
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4) Spindle servo unit for AC spindle motor models 8 and 12


(A06B-6044-C009, C010)

F4a, b: Control transformer input fuse


A60L-0001-0031/5A

F5, F6: Regenerative control circuit fuse


A60L-000 1-0036/PC1-30

0
*1. Z 4 N
O © ® if®

Control power transformer TF


(below the fuse mounting board)
— j
EHi ©He «=»- -P
FAN: Fan motor
A90L-0001-0099/ A
(rear side of board)
i
cl-
FAN
J:
C4

Radiation fin
Electrolytic capacitor (Each semiconductor module)

C5

C6

F7: DC link fuse


Magnetic contactor A60L-0001-0145

F7
MC C
[I 7r o

AC reactor

AC R

R5 R6 R7
mi. zi-3

fi
»• Ti F3 220V
Fl ~ F3: AC input fuse ollQllelleljellQ
A60L-0001-0145 (Model 8)
A60L-0001-0149 (Model 12)
lol M
o
© T1
0||0||0||©[le||e
I (fi) s w
20DV
Control power transformer
© © tap selector switch

k_A A

*1. Zl - 3, Z4: Surge absorber


A50L-2001-0062/44 1-12

145
5) MODEL 8, 12 (A06B-6044-H108 , H112, H208, H212)

FAN: Fan motor


A90L-0001-0099/A

s *'X

R Radiation fin R
M M
1 (Each semiconductor module) 2

Magnetic contactcr AC reactor

ACR C4

MCC Electrolytic capacitor

Control power transformer


TF C5

F4a, b: Control power transformer Control power transformer


input fuse tap selector switch
A60L-0001-003I/5A
A Terminal with fuse holder

!QQI 220V F5 F6
(It is mounted above MCC, TF and C5)

@@@ ISW F7
© © © 200V ©
FI F2 F3 F7: DC link fuse
Z1 ~ 4: Surge absorber A60L-0001-0145 (For model 8)
A50L-2001-0155/20D431 ® © ® ® 0
O A60L-0001-0149 (For model 12)
© ® ® ® O;

FI -
3: AC input fuse F5, 6. Regenerative control circuit fuse
A60L-0001-0145 A60L-0001-0197/PC1F-30

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t

6) MODEL 15 (A06B-6044-H011)

F4a, b: Control transformer input fuse


A60L-0001-0031/5A

F5. F6: Regenerative control circuit fuse


A60L-0Q01-0197/PCfF*30

:lr 1- Z 4
o/7 0
ppj4®F e , e**\, i e
/ N /'"s
t
'
s. •" N.'
i t e
S

Control power transformer TF klr Fwr
(below the fuse mounting boad) c— ,1b IMl FAN: Fan motor
A9DL-0001-0099/A
c,~ -Ti
— r 5 r if/ i F AN !ÿ

C1- r'a

C4

Radiation Fin
(Each semiconductor
Electrolytic capacitor module)
C5
\

C6

F7: DC link fuse


Magnetic contactor — MC C
A60L-0001-0149

F7
e o

Cement resistor
AC reactor
ACR

5S? 1- Z 1~~3 Rt R6 R7
-
(o '0 V Gr

[r i 72] 73] a w 2 20 V

FI ~ F3: AC input fuse


A60L-0001-0149
G
©

G e
E===3
L- ® Q 0 -J
T2
<S>
200 V
Control power transformer
tap selector switch

(§) T1

*1. Z1 — 3, Z4: Surge absorber


A50L-2001-0062/44M2

147
7) MODEL 18, 22 (A06B-6044-H016, H017)

FAN: Fan motor


A90L-0001-0099/A
/
o / o
irp-3 7
i
C*-_“ FAN

RM1

H
U
1

Radiation fin
(Each semiconductor
module)

F7: DC link fuse


A60L-0001-0149 (Model 18) R
A60L-0001-0163 (Model 22)
U
2
\J°L F7

i°r
Magnetic contactor

AC reactor
A C R
MC C
Zl- 5: Surge absorber
A50L-2001-0155/20D431 F5, 6: Regenerative control circuit fuse
A60L-0001-0197/PC2F-40 (Model 18)
TF A60L-0001-0197/PC2F-50 (Model 22)
\
FS FG

r ©

m G [51
.
4
B
4 u 2D0V
bSW
Control power transformer
r- O O O tap selector switch
!il
©
G

o
s) Fq=
LB| = O 8
G
Wi
©no
T2
FI ~ 3: AC input fuse T1
A60L-0001-0149 (Model 18)
A60L-0001-0163 (Model 22) o o

F4a, b Control power transformer input fuse


A60L-0001-0031/5A

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8) MODEL 30 (A06B-6044-H130)

FAN: Fan motor


A90L-0001-0096/C

| FAN

0 TF RM2 RM3 0
Control power
transformer
f RM1

Radiation fin

Electrolytic
capacity

Ft
R3
!

Q=D Cl )( C3

ACRÿj
Q=D
MCC
©0
n
AC reactor Magnetic contactor

Fl~3: AC input fuse


F4 : DC link fuse Zl~3: Surge absorber
A60L-0001-0183/225A A50L-2001-0155/20D431
Z4: Surge absorber
A50L-2001-0062/441-12
Z1 Z2Z3
OOP O

©1 Ft F3
R1 R2 ram
F7B9 5 6ÿ
F5, 6: Control power transformer
input fuse
F7~9: Fan motor input fuse
A60L-0001-0031/5A
G1
R S T G2 U V W FMUMMA.
230 .

Tl S’

Control power transformer


tap selection switch

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9) MODEL 40

FAN: Fan motor


A90L-O0QI-0Q96/C

I FAN I
<0 TF 0
Control power. | RM2 || RM3~|
transformer
RM 1

Radiation fin

(Each semicondustor module)

R3

F4: DC link-fuse
A60L-0001-0183/260A R1

Ft R2

Magnetic contactor Electrolytic capacitor


Cl Y C4
MCC

C2 Y C5
AC reactor
ACR C3 Y C6

wv
F5, 6 : Control power transformer
input fuse
F7~9: Fan motor input fuse
Fl~3: AC input fuse A60L-0001-0Q31/5A _
A60L-0001-0183/260A

F7.B.9.5.6
am]
Ft IF2 F3 —
Gl
V — T2
|VMV[Mu|v[wl[TTTn
L— J
—-
J FMI.V.W.A.H

SWF svw
f <S> <3 1
60/ 230/
50Hz 200’

Power frequency selection switch Control power transformer


tap selection switch

i 150
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APPENDIX 6 MOUNTING LAYOUT OF SPINDLE CONTROL CIRCUIT PCB

a) MODEL 1, 2, small MODEL 3


i) A16B-1100-0080

© — Check terminal (CH1~42, etc.)


Modified
drawing No.
[ffl] "

Variable resistors (RV1 19)
Drawing number Edition /\
[] Setting terminal (SI ~9, SI 5)

CH29-: AI6B-1100-008D [ ] RC 5 R£
CH30-
© ©CH2 2
CH3I- © ©CH24 ROM
CH34- © ©CH26
©
C © CH3 3
N © 24V
@ 0V rCLK
5
-CH32
© +3V -CH25
© +1 5 V -SLP
©-] 5V
© CH 4 0
C ©CH39 I-CH23
PIL ARARM © [ÿRVn
N ©CH38 ,8 4 2 1. ©
-CH2 8
©CH42 -CH21
G O00OO @[§]RV7 -CHI 1
©0V C N 9 -CHI 0
©CH37
©CH3G
CHI 4 -© ©[©1 RV5
CH9
©CH35 CHI 5 ~© © [©] RV 1 2
CHI 2 -
0V © ©
©CH4 1 CHI 9 - [g]RV14
C
CH20 -
N CH13-
S8 -0®
|©[Q]RV3
4 S©f©lRV4 rOV

S 7 SG
-m©® RV 1 3 -ARS
-CHI 7
ss -ge©
RV 1 0
-CHI 8
DA converter
(CCD or CBI is
selectable)
s9 -0®H
<&H]
RV1 1 B

RV1 1A
-CH 8

Receiver -CH7
Input side
CCD
®m RV9B -CH5
(Upper)
+24V
Receiver
resistor
Receiver CBI
|[S]RV9A “CH 3
-CH2
©[Q] RV8 -CHI
R2-25
0-
External
RIB
CH6
CH4
-© <3[Q] RV 1 9
-© © [fflRVlB
contact
side
Rl 0 - sis — 'D ©
S3 S 2 -ffl©ÿ RV2
0V when R2 SI S 4 -ÿ©[©] RV 1
contactor
closed CNI SW TB CN2 CN3
OV SM LM
Control signal connector /Alarm reset/ \ Alarm data signal connector
Terminal board for Motor signal connector
speedometer and
load meter /

151
ii) A16B-1100-009CK92

Drawing
Check r—i Variable number Edition
terminal Ivxl'" resistors / /
A1 6B- II00-009 D/l n
R[ ]
/
Modified Fuse
drawing No. 5
Power section FG
C
N
RVl 5
5

HEAT SI NIC
d
CD3

AF1
Alarm fuse
o DC link
current
c detector
N FF
6

« I |FD
I 1FF
d
RV25D
C
N I lFB
4
I IfC
Transformer

T1
1 9A © Fuse resistor
CT © PR 1 I 1f*
1 9B © CZh
FR2 CD 1 CD2
o CD 4

U phase V phase
current current DC link
Relay detector detectoi voltage
RL detector
230V 200V
RV25A RV25B

Switch
Fuse FI sw
CRV —— © ©— VDC d
RV2 5C
CRU © © © 0V

Control power I DC
transformer input fuse Control power transformer
tap selection switch

152
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b) MODEL 3ÿ22

Notes
•— Check terminals (CHI
® Variable resistors (RVl - 19)
~ 32, etc.)

Q — Setting terminals (SI - 7)


. .. .,
A R C 4
, n . . r, .. H r
FA

Transformer a
Power supply
heat sink T1
FBO
CN7
RV15 FCQ
m
00B
AFl AF2AF3
Alarm fuse
FDQ LT
© 19 B
RV 17 © CT
© CH32 m © 19 A
n
© CH31
© CH30
Transformer
© CH2 9 FG CN6
© CH2 8
© -15 T2
© OV
© +5 FH
© +1 5 |) ROM n
© +24 CH 2 5 0© CH2 6
CH2 3 ©© CH24 Indulatcd amplifier
© CLK
CH2 1 ©© CH2 2 ISAMP2 ISAMP1
3 CHI 9 e© CH20
© ARS f- CHI
CHI 4 CHI 7 ©© CHI 8
© SLP - CHI 5 g]RV14
- CHI 6
D a — © © © SL
DQS7 - RV1 3
Relay
RL

0 Display LED —PIT.© Q©€>© ©


AT .ARM a RV6 m £n
0S5 — S 6 L- RVl 2
RVl 1 CN5
cs C N 9 gjRVIO
Pilot alarm code ffi <3 RV5
S10
CHI 2 - £ RV4 RV9
Version -a D
CHI 1 -
CHI 0 -
RV3 I]RV8 RVl 6
LT
S8 CH 9 -J
D
S9
Drawing
number
© CH8
n
Receiver
Pull up resistcr © OV
(Upper) in input side © CH7
DA converter
+ 24V Receiver (alternative) CN4
R1-R24 ) )> C B I
[ peep
irrr 1*11111
(Under)
External
connection
JH1 !?«3B552Sg=|
• * •i i rii
i i i i
RVl RV2 OtjQQm
RVl8 RV19
CHlCH2{g[<g CH3-CH4 CH5CH6 LT
side 1 1 J
\ | si,32,a.Ta4 © © © ©
OV when
contactor
..01
Alarm reset
t
CN 1 [£1£] CN 3 CN 2
OV SM LM
TB
dosed switch
Control signal connector 7
Alarm data signal
\ Terminal board for speedometer
and load meter
connector Motor signal connector

. r

153
c) MODEL 30, 40

— Check
0 terminals -~32, (CHI etc.)

Notes! { [(13
Q—
Variable resistors
terminals
Setting ~
(RV1
(SI 7)
19)

-i

— n FA

Transformer
Power supply
heat sink T1
FBQ
CN7
RV 1 5 FC[]
m
BBS
AFl AF2AF3
Alarm fuse
FDQ LJ
RV 17
© 19B
© CT
© CH3 2 m © 19 A
n
© CH31
© CH30
Transformer
© CH2 9 FG CN6
© CH2 8
© -1 5 T2
© OV
© +5 FH
© +1 5 )> ROM
© +24 . CH 2 5 ©© CH 2 6
CH 2 3 ©© CH24 Indulated amplifier
© CLK
CH21 ©© CH2 2
CHI 9©© CH20 ISAMP1
CHI 3
© ARS -f CHI 4 CHI 7 ©e CHI 8
© SLP - CHI 5

o
cc
r CHI 6

RV7
g]RV14
3 DQS7 - RV1 3
Relay
RL
f| Display LED
PIL ALAÿfel RV6 3 Qs 5 L—
3 n S 6 - RV 1 2
RV1 1 CN5

Pilot alarm code


[ C N 9 © is RV5 R9 RV 1 0 0
S10
CH 12- 3 R
V4 Gt RV 9
-0 CH1 1 - 3 RV3 RV16
Version
S8
D CHI 0 -
CH 9 J
m LJ
0
$9
Drawing
number
RV20
m
Receiver
Sll
D © CH8
n
Pull up rcsistcr © OV
(Upper) in input side © CH7
DA converter
+2 4 V | | | | If I iii Receiver (alternative) CN4
R1-R24
D SpfiSlIIIi.
|)CB1
(Under)
External
connection
'Sllmu
i ii i i i i i i i i r
t) CCD
CHlCH2ÿ|g
RV18 RV19
CH3 CH4 CH5CH6 LT
side RVl RV2 DqDn ©-ÿ I
© © © © 1 1
OV when Hr . CN 1 \ I 31.32,03,34
OV SM LM
contactor Alarm reset E333 CN 3 CN 2 TB
closed switch/I-
Control signal connector
7
Alarm data signal \ Terminal board for speedometer
and load meter
connector _ Motor signal connector

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CL.

>
n
cn

>
N> 3
o CL
co H*
(D
i

S. s •v ‘V
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1 S’ “n co
8
w I 1ÿ (D
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cn
3 § to c
n
5?
j-t
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H*
o
2: rt

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Ol
f 0 CO

u
o O
"3
D <
cr
>
Drr
MB CL
*)
n o -l>-
H
CO
O
a CO
n
9
CH31 , CH26
CH30 , CH24
2
CD
5P
to
cr
H-*
VQ
to
a
to
a. D3 [S Ln

I C/3
to
a

5 CH29.CH22 O O
o o
o <
>
o
H*
O O a
Ln
U1
OV
CHI
O
o
CO
P3
O CO
o2
r P CN6
PP CN5
PP CN4
P C

p
O 2 rt
CH2
b
to
I o K O
CH 13 CN7 co
to
rt

X)
o oo o o (D
n o
h-*

z > n
--NiOpOroC-ÿÿr to to
CO
X
CO *-**-» to
03 -4 CD o <w M mu l£) OM tn
S 11 oooooooo oooooooooo
S 5A
S5B <=jpj Pd
< o co o oo cn -4
<
•— to to ID CO to CO
n
z
to O O O O O O
o

co
-3 P CN12
PP CNll
PP CN 8
P
e) Digital AC spindle servo unit (MODEL 3 to 22)

Power supply unit


/

Fuse
FA n,
/
Heat sink
+ o £ £ CQ

D ° 11|
~O
a +
u go FC
TO LT
§ 5 FD

Alarm fuse FE fl
002 001 02
[ROM] {’ROM| 0> FG
Os' 6

0ÿ5
z

BBBBB DisPlay go°i Lr


Oo

m@
Setting
switch
°cim
oa n
i
[ H N Q
°§
CM 5
DA convertor, 1° °°&.
Number -Q one choice §i° °J
of version out of two
fCBll
sN°
go
°IE Lr
OSS
Drawing _ j> CCD | go OS
number
Handing resistor
J>o °S
lo o g n
at receiver
input |o Og
Receiver Receiver
SO 0£ CM-I
SO
Check terminal
LT
OV SM LM
CN1 CN3 CN2 ITB~I
Connector for
control signal X
Connector for alarm
Terminal block
for speed meter
contents signal _ and load meter
Connector for
motor signal

A%
!

.S

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f) Digital AC spindle servo unit (MODEL IS, 1.5S, 2S, 3S, 2H, 2VH)

ROM F3A
001

ROM
SI
o QF3E
002 0 DPIL
Display part
Drawing No.
and
QF3G
Setting Edition No.
switch NVRAM

RV1 CN9
I IRV2 CN5
I 1RV3

F2
ERO
VCMDO OCLK1
TSAO OSL1P
DS2 © OTS3/ S4

-15
;pgpÿ QJ\ pss TS2
DTDCO
LMO O
RV5

SMQ Oj-JRV6
,
VDC
0V© O IU
iwo Orv CN4
PAPO 0+15
+24 0 OPBP
ORB
ORA
OPB
_ OPA
CN1 ODAZ CN2

157
APPENDIX 7 MAJOR PARTS LIST C/£ -,2?

l)-a) Fuse and surge absorber (MODEL 3ÿ22) ASQI. Ooo { © joj
MODEL MODEL 3/6 MODEL 8 MODEL 12
Itern Symbol MODEL 15 MODEL 18 MODEL 22
A06B-6044-H007 A06B-6044-H103
Name A06B-6044-H009 A06B-6044-H108 A06B-6044-H010 A06B-6044-H112
H008 HI 06
1 F1ÿ3 Fuse A60L-0001-0127 A60L-0001-0147 A60L-0001-0145 A60L-0001-0149 A60L-0001-0145 A60L-0001-0149 A60L-0001-0163
/25FH75
2 F4a ,b Fuse A60L-0001-0131/5A
3 F5 ,6 Fuse A60L-000l-0 1 97 /PC 1F-20 A60L-0001-0197/PC1F-30 A60L-0001-0197 A60L-0001-0197
/PC2F-40 /PC2F-50
4 F7 Fuse A60L-0001-0147 A60L-0001-0127 A60L-0001-0145 A60L-0001-0149 A60L-0001-0163
/25FH75

5 Zl*v4 Surge A50L-2001-0062 A50L-2001-0155 A50L-2001-0062 A50L-2001-0155 A50L-200 1-0062 A50L-2001-0155 A50L-2001-0062 A50L-2001-0155/20D431
absorber / 4 4 1—12 /20D431 /441-12 /20D431 /441-12 /20D431 / 44 1—12
6 AFi Alarm A60L-0001-0046/3.2 (3.2A)
fuse

7 AF2 , 3 Alarm A60L-0001-0075/3.2 (3.2AS)


I
fuse
Ln
OO 8 Fa-h Fuse for A60L-0001-0175 (0.3A)
PCB
1
* *

l)-b) Fuse and surge absorber (MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3) l)-c) Fuse and surge absorber (MODEL 30/40)

MODEL MODEL
Item Symbol MODEL 1 MODEL 2 Small MODEL 3 Item Symbol MODEL 30 MODEL 40
Name Name

1 FI Fuse A60L-0001-0031/5A 1 F1A,4 Fuse A60L-0001-0183 A60L-0001-0183


/225A /260A
2 Zl Surge absorber A50L-2001-0155/20D431 2 F5ÿ9 Fuse A60L-0001-003 1/5A

3 AFI Alarm fuse A60L-0001-0046/3. 2 (3.2A) 3 AFI Alarm fuse A60L-0001-0046/3. 2 (3.2A)
4 Fa-g Fuse for PCB A60L-0001-0175 (0.3A) 4 AF2, 3 Alarm fuse A60L-0001-0075/3. 2 C3.2AS)
5 ZK3 Surge absorber A50L-200I-0155/20D431
6 Z4 Surge absorber A50L-2001-0 162/44 1-12

7 Fa-h Fuse on PCB A60L-0001-0175 (0.3A)


}

2)-a) Main parts (MODEL 3ÿ22)

MODEL
Symbol
Itern MODEL 3 MODEL 6 MODEL 8 MODEL 12 MODEL 15 MODEL 18 MODEL 22
(Note)
Name

1 P.C.B. PCB A20B-0009-0530 A20B-0009-0531 A20B-0009-0532 A20B-0009-0533


A20B-1000-0690 A20B-1000-0691 A20B-1000-0692 A20B-1000-0693 A20B-0009-0534 A20B-0009-0538 A20B-0009-0539

2 ROM Memory element J10' - Jll J02 J03 J04 J05 J06

3 TM Transistor A50L-000 1-0096 /A A50L-0001-0109 A50L-000 1-0096 A50L-0001-0109


(1-12) module /A
4 SM Thyrister A50L-5000-0029/30 A50L-5000-0029/50 A50L-5000-0029/80
(1-3) module

5 DM Diode module A50L-2001-0138 A50L-2001-0 168 A50L-2001-0146


(1-3)

6 D Diode A50L-2001-0103/12JH11
(1-3)

I 7 D Diode A50L-2001-0103/12JG11
(4-6)
Ln
8 D Diode A50L-2001-0097/U06G
I (7,8)

9 C Capacitor A42L-0001-0103
(1-3)

10 MCC Magnetic A58L-0001-0094 /200V 1A1B A58L-0001-0092 /A A58L-0001-0146 A58L-0001-0165 A58L-0001-0166


contactor

11 TF Transformer A80L-0001-0276

12 FAN Fan motor A90L-0001-019 1 A90L-0001-0099/A


13 TH Thermostat A57L-0001-005 1 A57L-0001-0051 A57L-0001-0051 A57L-0001-005 1 A57L-0001-0028 A5 7 L-000 1-0046/90
/B100 /B90 /B100 /B95 A57L-0001-0046/150
A5 7 L-0001-0052 A57L-000 1-0052
/B150 /B150
14 ACR AC reactor A8 1L-0001-0077 A81L-0001-0076 A81L-0001-0075 A81L-0001-0080 A81L-0001-0063

15 SW Toggle switch A5 7 L-0001-0048 /A A56L-000 1-0030 A50L-0001-0048


/2A

Note) Parts number in parenthesis are different depends on unit model.


Refer to the parts mounting label in the unit for the details.
2)-b) Main parts (MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3) 2)-c) Main parts (MODEL 30, 40)

MODEL MODEL
Item Symbol MODEL 1 MODEL 2 Small MODEL 3 Item Symbol MODEL 30 MODEL 40
Name
Name

1 P.C.B. PCB I A16B-1100-0080 1 P.C.B PCB A20B- 1000-0700 A20B-1000-0701

2 P.C.B. PCB II A16B-1100-0090 A 1 6B- 1100-009 1 A16B-1 100-0092 2 •


ROM Memory element J07 J08

3 ROM Memory element J21 J22 J23 3 TM Transistor A50L-0001-0116


(1-22) module
4 TM1 Transistor A50L-0001-0125
module 4 SM Thyristor A50L-5000-0033
(1-3) module
5 TR1 Transistor A50L-0001-0I26
5 DM Diode module A50L-2001-0171
6 DM1 Diode module A50L-2001-0138 (1-3)

I 7 Cl Capacitor A42L-0001-0142 6 D Diode A50L-2001-0103/12JH11


(1-16)
8 MCC Magnetic A58L-0001-0207
O contactor 7 D Diode A50L-2001-0103/12JG11
I 0-15)
9 TF Transformer A80L-0001-0486
8 MCC Magnetic A58L-0001-0133 A58L-000 1-0159
10 ACR AC reactor A81L-0001-0083/3 contactor /200V /200V
9 TF Transformer A80L-0001-0276

10 FAN Fan motor A90L-0001-0096/C


11 TH Thermostat A57L-000 1-0028

12 ACR AC reactor A81L-0001-0078 A81L-0001-0079


13 SW Toggle switch A57L-000 1-0048 /A
APPENDIX 8 PCB ADJUSTMENTS

1) MODEL 3 to 22
The following table shows the adjustment of PCB in each AC spindle servo unit.
Don't change RV 7, 8,/4ÿ19, 25AÿD variable resistors, since these parts have
already been adjusted by FANUC at the time of delivery.

Standard Measuring
No. Symbol Adjustment items Adjusting methods
setting terminals

1 RV1 Velocity command CH13-0V See subsection 1).


voltage level

2 RV2 Velocity command CH13-0V See subsection 1).


voltage offset

3 RV3 Speed arrival detec¬ CH10-0V See subsection 4).


tion level

4 RV4 Speed detection CH9-0V See subsection 5).


level

5 RV5 Torque limitation See subsection 6).


level

6 RV6 Regenerative power 3


limitation divisions

7 RV7 VF conversion CH23-0V 200 +2 kHz when


level (1) voltage is 10 V
between LM and OM.

8 RV8 Speed detection CH18-0V 1.38 +0.03 V at


circuit setting forward rotation of
motor in 45 rpm.

9 RV9 Forward motor speed Number of See subsection 2).


adjustment motor
revolutions

10 RV10 Speed detection CH17-0V Lower than +1 V


offset when the spindle
stops .
11 RV11 Reverse motion speed Number of See subsection 2).
adjustment motor
revolutions

12 RV12 Velocity loop gain 3


divisions

13 RV13 Velocity loop offset Number of See subsection 3).


spindle
revolutions

MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3 ... A16B-1100-0080 , A16B-1100-0090ÿ0092


MODEL 3ÿ12 ... A20B-1000-0690'v0693, A20B-0009-0530 v 0533
MODEL 15ÿ22 ... A20B-0009-0534'U)539
MODEL 30, 40 . .. A20B-1000-0700 , 0701
161
No . Symbol Adjustment items
Standard
setting
Measuring
terminals
Adjusting methods

14 RV14 Load meter amplitude LM-OM 10 + 0.1 V at


adjustment acceleration

15 RV15 +5 V voltage adjust¬ +5V-0V 5 +0.05 V


ment

16 RV16 Regenerative voltage 4


limitation level divisions

17 RV17 VF conversion CH32-0V 24.5 kHz at input


level (2) AC 200 V

18 RV18 RA offset adjustment CH5-0V The rate of ON time


at CH7 waveform to
be 50%.

19 RV19 RB offset adjustment CH6-0V The rate of ON time


at CH8 waveform to
be 50%.

20 RV20 Soft start/stop time 0 CH13-0V The time constant


constant adjustment divisions can be selected by
setting of short
pin Sll.
Short A side of Sll
... 0. 6ÿ8 sec.
Short B side of Sll
... 3.5ÿ40 sec.
Check waveform of
acceleration or
deceleration at
CHI 3 (VCMD).

21 RV25A . Current/voltage CRU, CRV 0 +2.5 mV when


-D detector offset IDC, VDC-0V spindle stop
adjustment

(Note) How lo read the variable resistor scale

5
4 6

2
3
onoV7
1 9
0 10

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1) Velocity command voltage (RV1,RV2)
When the velocity command voltage is 10 V, the motor rotates at the rated
speed .
Measuring
Item Adjusting procedure
terminal

Offset CH13-0V Give velocity command voltage 0 V (equivalent to S00)


after setting the motor to be ready for operation.
Adjust RV2 while alternately giving the forward rota¬
tion and reverse rotation commands, until the voltage
remains unchanged at measuring terminal. (Note)

Level CH13-0V Give the rated rotation command 10 V to the motor, and
adjust RV1 until the measuring terminal voltage becomes
+10 V +0.05 V when the spindle forward rotation command
is sent.

Note) If the voltage at CH13 is +5.0 mV when the spindle rotates forward and
+5.0 mV +1.0 mV when the spindle rotates reversely, the offset error
becomes +1.0 mV when the velocity command voltage directions are inverted.

Voltage

+
Before
adjustment
X
< adjustment
After X

Forward
rotation +8mV

---
Forward rotation
Reverse X — +5 mV
rotation / Reverse rotation
+2mV
0

2) Rotation speed adjustment (RV9, RV11)


The number of spindle revolutions can be finely adjusted according to the
following procedure.
Measure the number of spindle revolutions directly by using a stroboscope or
a tachometer.

Measuring
Item Adjusting procedure
terminal

Number of Spindle Give the specified motor rotation command voltage.


forward Adjust RV9 so that the motor rotates at the specified
revolu¬ speed when the forward rotation (SFR) command is
tions given.

Number of Spindle Adjust RV11 so that the motor rotates at the specified
reverse speed when the reverse rotation (SRV) command is
revolu¬ given.
tions

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Note 1) In MODEL 1/2/small MODEL 3, adjust RV9A, 9B during forward rotation or
RV11A, 11B during reverse rotation according to the above procedure.
Note 2) The forward rotation means that the AC spindle motor rotates counter¬
clockwise as viewed from the motor shaft direction and this forward
rotation (SFR) does not always correspond to the forward rotation of the
machine tool spindle.

. Motor forward rotation


(SFR) direction

3) Velocity offset (RV13)


Adjust RV13 after completion of the previous adjustments so that the spindle
does not rotate at low speed when the velocity command voltage 0 V is given.

Measuring
Item Adjusting procedure
terminal

Velocity Spindle Adjust RV13 so that the spindle does not rotate when
offset (or the velocity command voltage 0 V and either forward
motor) or reverse rotation command are given.

4) Speed arrival detection level (RV3)


The speed arrival detection level can be set according to the following
graph. The coordinate indicates percentage to the rated revolutions of
motor.

50

45

40

I
~ 35

I 30
s
I£ 25

20

15
I
10 Standard setting 15%

I- "
5 I
I
I
0 1 I I x X i x 1 i

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
RV3 scale divisions

Note) Now to read the variable resistor scale divisions.

3
*1.6 7
o o
2 8
1 9
0 10

164 -
t

5) Speed detection level (RV4)


The coordinate indicates percentage to the rated revolutions of the motor.
This signal is used as a check signal when the clutch or gear is changed.

80

70

60

50
*JJ
f
6)
40

T3
•2 30
£
20

10 Standard setting 3%

0 1 1 1 1 1 _L
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
RV4 scale divisions

6) Torque limitation level (RV5)


The coordinate indicates percentage to the 30-minute rated torque.

60 When TLMH signal


is turned on;
o

I 50
"c
a 40
1
rA 30 When TLML signal
O is turned on;
i
a 20
c
o

10
I Standard setting [ TLML
TLMH 18%
10%

±
U- - ± ±
o i i i i
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
RV5 scale divisions

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7) Soft start/stop time constant

In casE S 11:B
In case S11:A

/
10
/ /
/ /
9 / /
/

8 40

7 a
<
8
.52
6 30
c/D C/D

s S
5
1 f
S

5 4 20
g §
a
CJ o

H 3 H

2 10

0
0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

RV 20 scale division

Note) Soft start/stop time constant shows rising and falling time when set velocity
command voltage (VCMD) 0V to 10V or 10V to OV. Refer to next Figure.

10V

t
0V
I

Tr Tf

Tr = Tf. Soft start/stop time constant

i
166
2) PCB for 380/415 VAC input type

POT Object of Standard Observation


Adjustment standard
name adjustment scale terminals

RV1 Voltage command 5.0 CH13 10 V +0.02 V at the rated


voltage lebel velocity command of SFR

RV2 Voltage command 5.0 CHI 3 Voltage difference = +1 mV at


voltage offset zero velocity command of SFR
and SRV

RV3 Speed arrival 1.5 V CH10 Variable from 0.5 to 5.0 V at


detection level 3.0 rated velocity of SFR and SRV

RV4 Speed detection 0.3 V CH9 Variable from 0.15 to 6.7 V


level 1.0

RV5 Torque limiting Output A specified torque L 5ÿ25%


value torque of max torque, H -*ÿ 10ÿ50%

RV7 ER VF conversion 7.0 CH23 200 kHz +2 kHz PPS for 10.0 V
ratio between LM-OM

RV8 Low velocity CHI 8 -1.38V +0.03 V at velocity


detection level command of 45 rpm for CHI 7

RV9 Velocity detection Motor speed Is rpm of rated velocity at


level rated velocity command of SFR

RV10 Velocity detection CHI 7 +5 mV when spindle stops


offset

RV12 Velocity loop gain 5.0 Motor Be sure not to have over
rotation shoot and hunting at high
speed

RV13 Velocity offset Motor Be sure not to rotate at zero


rotation command of SFR

RV14 Calibration of LM-OM 10 V +0.1 V at deceleration


max. amplitude at acceleration (no torque
limit)

RV17 VF conversion 7.0 CH32 38 k +0.6 kpps at 380 VAC of


ratio of input input voltage
voltage

RV18 RA offset 5.0 CH5 Specifics CN7/CH8 duty to 50%


compensation with CN2

RV19 RB offset 5.0 CH6 Ditto


compensation

RV20 Ramp time of 0.0 CH13 Variable from 0.6 to 8 sec at


velocity command S11=A or from 3.5 to 40 sec
at S11=B when V. command is
10 V

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APPENDIX 9 CHECKING METHOD FOR PCB

1. CHECK TERMINAL

For the mounting positions of check terminals, see mounting layout of parts in
PCB in Appendix 6.
a) MODEL 3ÿ12 ...
A20B-1000-0690ÿ0693
MODEL 15ÿ22 ...
A20B-0009-0530MJ593
MODEL 30, 40 ...
A20B-1000-0700, 0701

Name of Name of
Signal data Remarks
terminal signal

CHI DA2 Analog command voltage 0 - 10. 0V

CH2 DAI D/A converter output 0 - 10. 0V


voltage

CH3 PA Pulse generator output


A-phase

CH4 PB Pulse generator output PA leads PB by 90° in CW rotation


B-phase

CH5 RA A-phase reference PA DC +25mV


voltage

CH6 RB B-phase reference PB DC +25mV


voltage

CH7 PSA A-phase squre wave Duty 50% (at constant speed) +10%

CH8 PSB B-phase square wave Duty 50% (at constant speed) +10%
PSA leads PSB by 90° in CW
rotation

CH9 SDTRF Speed detection level Variable over a range of 0.14 -


7.4V by RV4

CH10 SARRF Speed arrival level Variable over a range of 0.5 -


5.0V by RV3
ii
CH11 BUZY Acceleration/ ii
"1" level during
deceleration in "0,(- I acc. /dec.
progress

CH13 VCMD Velocity command 0 - +10. 0V © ; CCW, © ; CW


voltage

CHI 4 RVP Reverse rotation speed Pulse width 3.2 s generated


level during reverse rotation only

CH15 FWP Forward rotation speed Pulse width 3.2 s generated


level during forward rotation only

CH16 OV PCB 0V

168
Name of Name of
Signal data Remarks
terminal signal

CH17 TS1 Velocity feedback F/V -8V at 6000 rpm in CCW (forward)
output rotation

CH18 TS2 Low speed detection -1.38 +0. 03V at 45 rpm in CCW
signal (forward) rotation

CH20 TSA Velocity feedback +10V at rated rotation speed and


signal (-) in CCW rotation.

CH21 LTRF Output torque


limitation voltage
Output = —( C|V | 1 8) / 10
CH21 +
.
x maximum output

CH22 CRU U-phase current Current/V


detection signal M3. 6 M8 Ml 2 M15 M18 M22 M30 M40
16.7 25A 35. 750A 50A 62.! 52. 1104.2
A A A A A

CH23 ERP VF conversion output 200 kHz when L - 0V is 10V,


0.4ys width

CH24 CRV V-phase current See CH22


detection signal

CH25 TRWF Triangular wave signal MM'U lOVp-p

CH26 CRW W-phase current See CH22


detection signal

CLK CLK Clock signal 312.5 kHz, 200 ns typ.

+24 24V +24V power voltage

+15 15V +15V power voltage

+5 5V +5V power voltage +5V jfl% (already adjusted by RV15)

0V 0V PCB 0V Same as the 0V and CHI 6

-15 -15V -15V power voltage -15V +4%

CH28 ER Error voltage 0 - 10V

CH29 UCM U-phase command voltage

CH30 VCM V-phase command voltage

CH31 WCM W-phase command voltage

CH32 24VP 24 V VFC output

19A 19A AC 19V input voltage For PCB control power supply

169
Name of Name of
Signal data Remarks
terminal signal

CT CT OV For PCB control power supply

19B 19B AC 19V input voltage For PCB control power supply

SLP SLP Slip frequency Pulse width: 3.2ys

b) MODEL 1 /2/small MODEL 3

Name of Name of
Signal data Remarks
terminal signal

CHI DA2 Analog command voltage 0 - 10. OV

CH2 DAI D/A converter output 0 - 10. OV


voltage

CH3 PA Pulse generator output


A-phase

CH4 PB Pulse generator output PA leads PB by 90° in CW rotation


B-phase

CH5 RA A-phase reference PA DC +25mV


voltage

CH6 RB B-phase reference PB DC +25mV


voltage

CH7 PSA A-phase square wave Duty 50% (at constant speed) +10%

CH8 PSB B-phase square wave Duty 50% (at constant speed) +10%
PSA leads PSB by 90° in CW
rotation

CH9 SDTRF Speed detection level Variable over a range of 0.14 -


7.4V by RV4

CH10 SARRF Speed arrival level Variable over a range of 0.5 -


5.0V by RV 3

CHI1 BUZY Acceleration/ »f


"1" level during
deceleration in
progress
"O'1- J acc. /dec.

CH 13 VCMD Velocity command 0 - +10. 0V © ; CCW, © ; CW


voltage

CHI 4 RVP Reverse rotation speed Pulse width 3.2 s generated


level during reverse rotation only

CH15 FWP Forward rotation speed Pulse width 3.2 s generated


level during forward rotation only

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Name of Name of
Signal data Remarks
terminal signal

CHI 7 TS1 Velocity feedback F/V -8V at 6000 rpm in CCW (forward)
output rotation

CH18 TS2 Low speed detection -1.38 +0. 03V at 45 rpm in CCW
signal (forward) rotation

CH20 TSA Velocity feedback +10V at rated rotation speed and


signal T-) in CCW rotation.

CH21 LTRF Output torque Output = — ( C [ V CH21| + .


1 8) / 10
limitation voltage
x maximum output

CH22 CRU U-phase current Current /IV


detection signal Ml M2 M3
6.43A 12.86A 12.86A

CH23 ERP VF conversion output 200 kHz when L,, - 0V is 10V, 0.4ps
width

CH24 CRV V-phase current See CH22


detection signal

CH25 TRWF Triangular wave signal MAO 10Vp-p

CH26 CRW W-phase current See CH22


detection signal

CLK CLK Clock signal 312.5 kHz, 200 ns typ.

+24 24V +24V power voltage

+15 15V +15V power voltage

+5 5V +5V power voltage +5V +1% (already adjusted by RV15)

0V 0V PCB 0V Same as the 0V and CHI 6

-15 -15V -15V power voltage -15V +4%

CH28 ER Error voltage 0 - 10V

CH29 UCM U-phase command voltage

CH30 VCM V-phase command voltage

CH31 WCM W-phase command voltage

CH32 24VP 24V VFC output

19A 19A AC 19V input voltage For PCB control power supply

CT CT 0V For PCB control power supply

171
Name of Name of
Signal data Remarks
terminal signal

19B 19B AC 19V input voltage For PCB control power supply

SLP SLP Slip frequency Pulse width: 3.2ps

CH33 VDCA DC link voltage 95V/1V


detection signal

CH34 IDCA D1 link current 10.6A/1V (model 2/3),


detection signal 5.3A/1V (model 1)
CH35 *INA A-phase driver control
signal

CH36 *INB B-phase driver control


signal

CH37 *INC C-phase driver control


signal

CH38 *IND D-phase driver control


signal

CH39 *INE E-phase driver control


signal

CH40 *INF F-phase driver control


signal

CH4 1 *REG Regenerative circuit


driver control signal

CH42 *LMT Over current /overvoltage Driver circuit is turned off at


limit 56.25A or 420V.

CRU CRU U-phase current 0.54V +7 % at 50A


detection

CRV CRV V-phase current 0.54V +7% at 50A


detection

IDC IDC DC link current


detection signal

VDC VDC DC link voltage

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c) 380 V/415 VAC input type

Name of Name of
Signal data Remarks
terminal signal

CHI DA2 Velocity command Is 0 - 10 V when external velocity


voltage input command is given.

CH2 DAI DA conversion output Is changeable by convertor input


voltage bit command of 0 10 V.

CH3 PA Pulse generator A-phase Advances 90° against PB by CW


rotation for Vp-p = 0.36 - 0.
(5 V/2 +5%) +0.2 Vtyp.

CH4 PB Pulse generator B-phase Delays 90° against PA by CW


rotation for Vp-p = 0.36 - 0.5 V.
(5 V/2 +5%) +0.2 Vtyp.

CH5 RA A-phase reference DC part of PA. (2.5 V +0.25 V)


voltage

CH6 RB B-phase reference DC part of PB. (2.5 V +0.25 V)


voltage

CH7 PSA A-phase rectangular Pulse width duty 1/2,


wave 256 pulses/1 motor rotation.

CH8 PSB B-phase rectangular Pulse width duty 1/2,


wave 256 pulses/1 motor rotation.

CH9 SDTRF Velocity detection Is variable in the range of 0.14 -


reference voltage 7.4 V/RV4. Standard setting is
0.3 V.

CH10 SARRF Velocity arrival Is variable in the range of 0.5 -


reference voltage 5.0 V/RV3 for velocity command of
10 V. (Standard: 1.5 V)

CHI 1 BUZY Adjustable velocity 45 sec typ. level "1" from the
signal step change of more than 1.4 V of
velocity command.

CH12 TEST C-short terminal for Is short-circuited at both ends of


integration condensor C68 when connected to
(0 V) terminal.

CH13 VCMD Velocity command For positive, motor is forward


voltage (CCW) and for negative, reverse
(CW) .
Rated velocity command is
+10 V.

CHI 4 RVP Reverse velocity pulse Occurs at reverse (CW) with pulse
width 3.2 ps and 1024 pulses/
1 motor rotation.

173
Name of Name of
Signal data Remarks
terminal signal

CH15 FWP Forward velocity pulse Occurs at forward (CCW) with pulse
width 3.2 ys and 1024 pulses/
1 motor rotation.

CH17 TA1 Velocity FVC output Is 10 V for forward 6000 rpm.

CH18 TS2 Low speed detection Is -1.38 +0.03 V for forward


signal 45 rpm.

CHI 9 VLER Velocity deviation Negative voltage for CCW and


compensating signal positive for CW.

CH20 TSA Velocity detection +10 V (for CCW) at rated rotation


signal speed .
CH21 LTRF Torque limiting Limited output = C C | VCH-? L |+1.8) / 10]
reference voltage x max. output, (-8.2 V)

CH22 CRU U-phase current CURRENT = VCH22ÿ6 X


RCDÿA
detection signal
M40, M30
3 mfi
RCD
CH23 ERP Error VF conversion 200 kHz and pulse width ys
output for CH28 (ER).

CH24 CRV V-phase current Refer to CH22.


detection signal

CH25 TRWF Triangular wave for PWM 1.50025 kHz, 10 Vpp typ.
reference

CH26 CRW W-phase current Refer to CH22.


detection signal

CH28 ER Error (or weakening) 0 - 10 V (max. output at 10 V) .


voltage

CH29 IUCMD U-phase command voltage Sine-wave

CH30 IVCMD V-phase command voltage Lags 120° against CH29 (UCM) for
CCW.

CH3 1 IWCMD W-phase command voltage Lags 240° against CH29 (UCM) for
CCW.

CH32 *IVP Input voltage FVC Is 38 kHz for input line voltage
output 380 V.

SLP SLP Slip pulse Pulse width 3.2 ys.

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Name of Name of
Signal data Remarks
terminal signal

ARS ARS Alarm reset terminal Is this tei'minal is command to (0)


terminal alarm is ignored and
"ENABLE" is set.

CLK CLK Clock signal 312.5 kHz and pulse width 200 ns.

+24 24 V +24 V voltage source +20 V +0.2 V.

+15 15 V +15 V voltage source +15 V +0.15 V.

+5 5 V +5 V voltage source +5 V +0.05 V.

0 V 0 V P.C.B. reference
voltage

-15 -15 V -15 V voltage source -15 V +0.15 V.

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2. CHECK TERMINAL DATA CONFIRMATION METHOD

Voltage check by a
Waveform Waveform
circuit tester or the Waveform
check during check during
Terminal like, or frequency check during
check by a counter or stop
low-speed acceleration/
rotation deceleration
the like
CHI 0 - +10V by velocity
command voltage input

CH2 0 - +10V by velocity


command

CH3
CH4
CH5
See (2)
CH6
CH7
CH8

CH9 0.3V by standard


adjustment

CH10 1.5V (standard) when


velocity command
voltage is 10V

CHI 1 See (3)

CH13 0 -
+10V by velocity
command voltage input

CH14
See (2)
CHI 5

CHI 7

CH18 +1.38 +0.03V at motor


rotation +4.5 rpm
See (3)
CHI 9

CH20 0 - +10V by rotation speed

CH28

CH2 1 Standard -8.2V (during


low-speed rotation)

CH22
CH24
CH26
CH29
See (2)
CH30
CH3 1
CH23
SLP

176 -
Voltage check by a
Waveform Waveform
circuit tester or the Waveform check during
check during
Terminal like, or frequency check during
low-speed acceleration/
check by a counter or stop
deceleration
rotation
the like
CH25
See (1)
CLK

At AC 200V input,
+24 +24.7 +1V

+15 +15.0 +0. 45V

+5 + 5.0 +0. 05V

-15 -15.0 +0. 45V

19A AC 19V at AC200V input


CT between 19A and CT
19B AC19V at AC200V input
between 19B and CT

CH32 24kHz at AC200V input

1) Waveform at stopping

Check
Waveform Remarks
terminal

CLK
Typ
•"2 00ns 2.4V or more

Ov
Typ 3.2/JS

CH25
Ov 10 Vp—p

333/is

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2) Waveform during low speed
Condition: Motor rpm. 45M000 rpm
Spindle reverse rotation command signal SRV ON

Check
Waveform Remarks
terminal

CH3 CH3 CH4


CH4 / i
about Vp-p
03 6~ 0.5V
25V

0v

CH5
CH6
2.5 ± 05 V

CH7 +5V CH7 Set the ON/OFF duty of CH7


CH8 and CH8 waveform 1 to 1 by
.1 RV18 and RV19 at 1000 rpm.

r
+5V CHB

CH14
CHI 4 When spindle rotation
CH15 direction is reverse,
waveform appears at CH15
and not appears at CH14.
CHI 5

CH22 If spindle rotation


direction is reverse,
phase of CH24 and CH26

\/\
are replaced.
CH24

CH26

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Check
Waveform Remarks
terminal

CH29 If spindle rotation


Ov direction is reverse,
phase of CH30 and CH31
are replaced.
CH30 Ov Frequency is in proportion
to spindle rotation.
When unit and motor is
normal, Sine-wave appears
Ov
CH31 at check point.

CH23 + 5V Pulse number are changed


Ov
in proportion to voltage
of CH28 terminal.
SLP + 5V
Ov

3) Waveform during acceleration/deceleration


Conditions: Motor revolutions 0 -»ÿ 1000 rpm 0 rpm
Spindle reverse rotation command signal (SRV) OFF ON OFF

Check
Waveform Remarks
terminal

CH13 ov ov

-2.2 V
1000 rpm
+2.2V
CH20
ov

CHI 1
“fI
OV About
10 sec.
About
1 0 sec.
L
1000 rpm
CHI 7 +1.33V
0V
+14V

CH18
‘ A
ov \

179
Check
Waveform Remarks
terminal

CHI 9 + 14V
jiTi
CH28
I -14V

-|ÿ+10V
ov J I \+5-6V

3. DIGITAL AC SPINDLE (Model 3 to 22)

3.1 Check Terminal

Table 9.3.1 Check terminal (digital spindle)

Name of
Signal data Remarks
terminal

DAI D/A converter output voltage 0 - +10 V

DA2 Analog command voltage 0 - +10 V

PA Pulse generator output A-phase PA leads PB by 90° in CW


rotation

PB Pulse generator output B-phase PB leads PA by