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  • Page 2 Introduction This manual covers the items required for installing, connecting and setting up the C80. Read this manual thoroughly and understand the product's functions and performance before starting to use. This manual is written on the assumption that all optional functions are added, but the actually delivered device may not have all functions.
  • Page 3 Manual List Manuals related to M800/M80/E80/C80 Series are listed as follows. These manuals are written on the assumption that all optional functions are added to the targeted model. Some functions or screens may not be available depending on the machine or specifications set by MTB. (Confirm the specifications before use.)
  • Page 4 Manuals for MTBs (NC) Manual IB No. Purpose and Contents  Model selection M800/M80/E80/C80 Series IB-1501505 Specifications Manual (Function)  Outline of various functions  Model selection M800/M80/E80/C80 Series IB-1501506 Specifications Manual (Hardware)  Specifications of hardware unit  Detailed specifications of hardware unit...
  • Page 5 (Monitor) GOT2000 Series Connection  Outline of connection types and connection method between Manual (Mitsubishi Electric SH-081197 GOT and Mitsubishi Electric connection devices Products) GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen  Outline of screen design method using screen creation SH-081220 Design Manual software GT Designer3 ■...
  • Page 6 Manual Purpose and Contents M800/M80 Series Smart safety BNP-C3072-022 observation Specification manual  Explanation for smart safety observation function C80 Series Smart safety observation BNP-C3077-022 Specification manual M800/M80 Series CC-Link (Master/ BNP-C3072-089  Explanation for CC-Link Local) Specification manual M800/M80 Series PROFIBUS-DP BNP-C3072-118 ...
  • Page 8 Precautions for Safety Always read this manual and enclosed documents before installation, operation, maintenance and inspection to ensure correct usage. Thoroughly understand the basics, safety information and precautions of the devices before using. This manual classifies the safety precautions into "DANGER", "WARNING" and "CAUTION". DANGER When the user could be subject to imminent fatalities or serious injuries if handling is mistaken.
  • Page 9 For Safe Use Mitsubishi CNC is designed and manufactured solely for applications to machine tools to be used for industrial purposes. Do not use this product in any applications other than those specified above, especially those which are substantially influential on the public interest or which are expected to have significant influence on human lives or properties.
  • Page 10 2. Items related to prevention of fire CAUTION Install the controller, drive unit, motor and regenerative resistor on non-combustible material. Installation directly on or near combustible materials could result in fires. If any malfunction in the unit is observed, shut off the power at the unit’s power supply side. Continuous flow of large current could result in fires.
  • Page 11 4. General precautions Always follow the precautions below. Incorrect handling could result in faults, injuries or electric shocks, etc. (1) Items related to product and manual CAUTION For items described as "Restrictions" or "Usable State" in this manual, the instruction manual issued by the machine tool builder takes precedence over this manual.
  • Page 12 CAUTION Take care not to cut hands, etc. with the heat radiating fins or metal edges. Do not block the intake/outtake ports of the motor with the cooling fan. Install the controller’s display section and operation board section on the spot where cutting oil will not reach.
  • Page 13 (3) Items related to wiring CAUTION Correctly wire this product. Failure to observe this could result in motor runaway, etc. Incorrect terminal connections could cause the devices to rupture or damage, etc. Do not install a phase advancing capacitor, surge absorber or radio noise filter on the output side of the drive unit.
  • Page 14 CAUTION When using the RS-232C device as a peripheral device, caution must be paid for connector connection/ disconnection. Always use a double-OFF type AC power supply switch on the device side, and connect/ disconnect the connector with the AC power supply on the device side OFF. Switch Device NC unit...
  • Page 15 (4) Set up WARNING Do not cancel the emergency stop before confirming the basic operation. Always set the stroke end and stroke limit. Failure to set this could result in collision with the machine end. CAUTION If the descriptions relating to the "restrictions" and "allowable conditions" conflict between this manual and the machine tool builder's instruction manual.
  • Page 16 (6) Usage CAUTION Use C80 in an environment that meets the general specifications contained in this manual. Using C80 in an environment outside the range of the general specifications could result in electric shock, fire, operation failure, and damage to or deterioration of the product. When mounting the module, be sure to insert the module fixing hook on the module's bottom into the module fixing hole on the base unit.
  • Page 17 CAUTION Only a qualified technician may disassemble or repair this product. Do not alter. Use a noise filter, etc. to reduce the effect of electromagnetic disturbances in the case where electromagnetic disturbances could adversely affect the electronic devices used near the drive unit. Use the drive unit, motor and each regenerative resistor with the designated combination.
  • Page 18 (8) Maintenance, inspection and part replacement CAUTION Periodically back up the programs, tool data and parameters to avoid potential data loss. Also, back up those data before maintenance and inspections. The electrolytic capacitor’s capacity will drop due to deterioration. To prevent secondary damage due to capacitor’s faults, Mitsubishi recommends the electrolytic capacitor to be replaced approx.
  • Page 20 Treatment of waste The following two laws will apply when disposing of this product. Considerations must be made to each law. The following laws are in effect in Japan. Thus, when using this product overseas, the local laws will have a priority.
  • Page 22 This symbol mark is according to the directive 2006/66/EC Article 20 Information for end- users and Annex II. Your MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components which can be recycled and/or reused. This symbol means that batteries and accumulators, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from your household waste.
  • Page 24 MELDAS, MELSEC, EZSocket, EZMotion, iQ Platform, MELSEC iQ-R, MELSOFT, GOT, CC-Link, CC-Link/LT, CC-Link IE, CC-Link IE/field, EcoMonitorLight and SLMP are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation in Japan and/or other countries. Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
  • Page 26 本製品の取扱いについて ( 日本語 /Japanese) 本製品は工業用 ( クラス A) 電磁環境適合機器です。販売者あるいは使用者はこの点に注意し、住商業環境以外で の使用をお願いいたします。 Handling of our product (English) This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. 본...
  • Page 28: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 System Basic Configuration ........................1 1.1 System Basic Configuration Drawing..................... 2 2 General Connection Diagram........................3 3 List of Configuration............................ 5 3.1 CNC Control Unit ........................... 6 3.2 GOT ..............................16 3.2.1 GT27 ............................16 3.2.2 GT25 ............................18 3.3 Peripheral Device..........................
  • Page 29 7 Cable ................................87 7.1 Symbols for Writing Cable Drawings....................88 7.2 Cables for CNC CPU ........................... 89 7.2.1 F020/F021/F022 Cable ........................ 89 7.2.2 G020/G021/G022 Cable ......................90 7.2.3 H010 Cable ..........................91 7.2.4 H101 Cable ..........................92 7.2.5 H300 Cable ..........................93 7.2.6 H310 Cable ..........................
  • Page 30 12.2 Setting the Parameters for the Machine Specifications ..............173 12.3 Setting Drive Unit MDS-E/EH Series ....................175 12.3.1 Setting the Rotary Switch......................175 12.3.2 Setting DIP Switch ........................176 12.4 Setting Drive Unit MDS-EM/EMH Series ..................177 12.4.1 Setting the Rotary Switch......................177 12.5 Setting Drive Unit MDS-EJ/EJH Series....................
  • Page 31 18.5 Clearing the Password ........................244 18.6 Changing the Protection Level ......................245 18.7 Saving the Protection Level Setting ....................245 19 Appx.2: EMC Installation Guidelines....................247 19.1 Introduction ............................248 19.2 EMC Directives ..........................248 19.3 EMC Measures ..........................249 19.4 Panel Structure ..........................
  • Page 32: System Basic Configuration

    System Basic Configuration IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 33: System Basic Configuration Drawing

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 1 System Basic Configuration 1.1 System Basic Configuration Drawing GOT2000 Series (SVGA, VGA) GT Designer3 SD card Ethernet connection CNC CPU R16NCCPU Rotary switch PLC CPU GX Works3 RnCPU NC Analyzer2 SKIP Optical communication...
  • Page 34: General Connection Diagram

    General Connection Diagram IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 35 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 2 General Connection Diagram Display module GOT2000 Series Specifications including unit names, cable names, and maximum lengths of cables are H101 cable J303 cable subject to change without notice. Always (Max:20m) (Max:20m) 24VDC confirm these details before placing an order.
  • Page 36: List Of Configuration

    List of Configuration IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 37: Cnc Control Unit

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration 3.1 CNC Control Unit (1) Basic base Model name Remarks Reference R35B 5 slots: for mounting MELSEC iQ-R series module MELSEC iQ-R Module R38B 8 slots: for mounting MELSEC iQ-R series module...
  • Page 38 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration (6) Analog input module (a) Voltage input module Model name Remarks Reference MELSEC iQ-R Analog-Digital Converter Module User's Manual Voltage input module: 8CH (Startup) (SH(NA)-081232) R60ADV8 DC-10 to 10V/-32000 to 32000 80μs/CH...
  • Page 39 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration (8) Analog output module Voltage output module Model name Remarks Reference MELSEC iQ-R Digital-Analog Converter Module User's Manual Voltage output module: 8CH (Startup) (SH(NA)-081235) R60DAV8 -32000 to 32000/DC-10 to 10V 80μs/CH...
  • Page 40 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration (9) Temperature adjustment (a) Thermocouple Model name Remarks Reference 4 channels Thermocouple (K,J,T,B,S,E,R,N,U,L,PL Ⅱ ,W5Re/W26Re) Platinum RTD (Pt100,JPt100) R60TCTRT2TT2 Without heater disconnection detection (R60TCTT4) Sampling period: 250ms/4channels, 500ms/4channels 18-point terminal block...
  • Page 41 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration (10) High-speed counter module Model name Remarks Reference DC5/12/24V, input: 2CH RD62P2 Maximum counting speed: 200kpulse/s MELSEC iQ-R High-Speed External output: transistor (sink type) Counter Module User's Manual Differential-input: 2CH...
  • Page 42 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration (14) CC-Link Model name Remarks Reference MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link System Master/Local Module User's Manual (Startup) (SH(NA)-081269) RJ61BT11 Max. 10Mbps master/local station CC-Link Ver.2 supported MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link System Master/Local Module User's...
  • Page 43 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration (20) Connector/terminal block converter module Model name Remarks Reference A6TBX70 For positive common type input modules (3-wire type) I/O Module Type Building Block User's Manual (SH(NA)-080042) For positive common type input modules and sink type output modules...
  • Page 44 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration (c) Cable for drive unit Cable type Application Max. length Standard cable length (m) Motor side PLG cable CNP2E-1-xM Spindle side accuracy detector 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30...
  • Page 45 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration (22) Relay terminal unit (a) Unit Model name Remarks Reference Relay Terminal Module User's A6TE2-16SRN 40 pin connector For 24VDC Transistor output unit (sink type module) Manual (Hardware) A6TE2- 16SRN (IB(NA)-66833)
  • Page 46 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration (25) CC-Link Remote I/O unit (a) Thread terminal block type Model name Remarks Reference Input 16 points: 24VDC (positive/negative common shared type), 1-wire, AJ65SBTB1-16D terminal block type, response time: 1.5 ms...
  • Page 47: Got

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration 3.2 GOT 3.2.1 GT27 (1) GOT (a) GT2712 Model name Remarks Reference 12.1-type SVGA [800×600 dots] TFT color liquid crystal display, 65536 colors <Multimedia and video/RGB and multi-touch supported> 100-240VAC, user memory, storage memory (ROM):57MB, operation memory...
  • Page 48 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration (c) GT2708 Model name Remarks Reference 8.4-type SVGA [800×600 dots] TFT color liquid crystal display, 65536 colors <Multimedia and video/RGB and multi-touch supported> 100-240VAC, user memory, storage memory (ROM): 57MB, operation memory...
  • Page 49: Gt25

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration 3.2.2 GT25 (1) GOT (a) GT2512 Model name Remarks Reference 12.1-type SVGA [800×600 dots] TFT color liquid crystal display, 65536 colors 100-240VAC, user memory, storage memory (ROM):32MB, operation memory GT2512-STBA (RAM): 80MB ・Requiring GT Designer3 Version1 (GOT2000) 1.155X or later.
  • Page 50: Peripheral Device

    R173SXY I/O duplication monitoring module (Maximum 3 modules) (2) Terminal block Model name Remarks Terminal block converter module (Arrangement : MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ENGINEERING COMPANY LIMITED) FA-TBS40P UL supported. FA-LTB40P Terminal block converter module (Arrangement : MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ENGINEERING COMPANY LIMITED)
  • Page 51: List Of Q Series Units (For Rq Extension Base Unit)

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration 3.5 List of Q Series Units (for RQ extension base unit) (1) Extension base Model name Remarks Reference Q63B 3 slots; for mounting Q series modules including power supply module Q65B 5 slots;...
  • Page 52 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration (6) MELSECNET/H (a) SI/QSI optical interface Model name Remarks Reference Q Corresponding MELSECNET/ H Network System Reference Manual (PLC to PLC network) (SH(NA)-080049) SI/QSI/H-PCF/Broad-band H-PCF optical cable, Double loop Q Corresponding MELSECNET/...
  • Page 53 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 3 List of Configuration IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 54: General Specifications

    General Specifications IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 55: Installation Environment Conditions

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications For the specifications of GOT, I/O unit, etc. refer to the manuals listed in "List of Configuration". For the drive unit specifications, refer to the specification manual for the drive unit you are using 4.1 Installation Environment Conditions...
  • Page 56: Base Unit

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications 4.2 Base Unit 4.2.1 Basic Base Unit (1) (2) [mm] n - M4x14 15.5 32.5 R35B R38B R312B 190±0.3 190±0.3 116±0.3 227±0.3 (170) (170) (138) (249) WS1+WS2 222.5±0.3 WS3+WS4 (224.5) [mm]...
  • Page 57: Extension Base Unit

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications 4.2.2 Extension Base Unit (1) R65B/R68B/RQ612B n - M4x14 [mm] (1) (3) (2) (5) 15.5 32.5 R65B R68B R612B 190±0.3 190±0.3 116±0.3 227±0.3 (170) (170) (138) (249) WS1+WS2 222.5±0.3 WS3+WS4 (224.5)
  • Page 58 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications (2) Q63B/Q65B/Q68B/Q612B/Q52B/Q55B [mm] M4 x n Q63B Q65B Q68B Q612B Q52B Q55B 15.5 190±0.3 190±0.3 116±0.3 227±0.3 167±0.3 222.5±0.3 83.5±0.3 167±0.3 80±0.3 [mm] Name Application Connector to which the extension cables are connected for sending and receiving Extension cable connector signals from the extension base unit.
  • Page 59: Rq Extension Base Unit

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications 4.2.3 RQ Extension Base Unit (6) n - M4x14 [mm] (1)(3) 15.5 44.1 RQ65B RQ68B RQ612B 190±0.3 190±0.3 116±0.3 227±0.3 WS1+WS2 222.5±0.3 [mm] Name Description A connector for connecting to a MELSEC iQ-R series base unit (upper level). A MELSEC Extension cable connector (IN) iQ-R series extension cable is connected here.
  • Page 60: Power Supply

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications 4.3 Power Supply 4.3.1 R61P/R62P/R63P/R64P Specifications DC input power supply AC input power supply module module Item R61P R62P R64P R63P 100 to 240VAC 24VDC Input power supply voltage *1 (85 to 264VAC) (15.6 to 31.2VDC)
  • Page 61 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications *1 Input power supply voltage Input power supply voltage is a voltage required for the power supply module to operate normally. If the voltage is out of the specified range, an error is detected and the system may stop.
  • Page 62 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications Outline dimension [mm] 54.6 IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 63 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications Names of parts Name Description Indicates the operating status of the power supply module. POWER LED On: Normal operation Off: Power-off, power failure, or hardware failure [When mounting the module on the main base unit] The contact turns on when the entire system operates normally.
  • Page 64: Q61P/Q63P/Q64Pn

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications 4.3.2 Q61P/Q63P/Q64PN Specifications Item Q61P Base loading position Q series power supply module loading slot Applicable base unit Q63B, Q65B, Q68B, Q612B 100 to 240VAC+10%-15% Input power supply (85 to 264VAC) Input frequency 50/60Hz±5%...
  • Page 65 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications Item Q63P Q64PN Base loading position Q series power supply module loading slot Applicable base unit Q63B, Q65B, Q68B, Q612B 24VDC+30%-35% 100 to 240VAC+10%-15% Input power supply (15.6 to 31.2VDC) (85 to 264VAC) Input frequency 50/60Hz±5%...
  • Page 66 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications *1: Overcurrent protection The overcurrent protection device shuts off the 5V, 24VDC circuit and stops the system if the current flowing in the circuit exceeds the specified value. The LED of the power supply module is turned off or lights up in dim green when voltage is lowered.
  • Page 67 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications Outline dimension Q61P/Q63P Q61P/Q63P Q64PN Names of parts Q63P Q61P/Q64PN (1) POWER LED Q61P/Q64PN ON (green): Normal (5VDC output, instantaneous power failure within 20ms) OFF: - The power supply module is out of order while AC power supply is ON. (5VDC error, internal circuit failure, blown fuse) - Over current protection or over voltage protection operated.
  • Page 68 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications (2) ERR terminal Q61P/Q64PN - Turned ON when the whole system operates normally. - This terminal turns OFF (opens) when the AC power is not input, a stop error (including a reset) occurs in the CPU module, or the fuse is blown.
  • Page 69: Plc Cpu

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications 4.4 PLC CPU For the further details than the following descriptions, refer to the following manuals: MELSEC iQ-R CPU Module User's Manual (Startup) (SH(NA)-081263) MELSEC iQ-R CPU Module User's Manual (Application) (SH(NA)-081264)
  • Page 70 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications Names of parts (13) (12) (11) (14) (15) (10) (21) (19) (18) (20) (17) (16) IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 71 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications Number Name Details READY LED Indicates the operating status of the CPU module and the error level. [READY LED-ERROR LED status] On-off: Normal operation On-on: Minor error On-flashing: Moderate error ERROR LED...
  • Page 72 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications Number Name Details A cover for the connector where an extended SRAM cassette is inserted. To use an (18) Cassette cover extended SRAM cassette, open the cover, and insert the cassette.
  • Page 73 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications [Guaranteed value] Guaranteed value when used with the Guaranteed value when used with the Power-on time R08CPU, R16CPU, R32CPU, or Extended SRAM R04CPU R120CPU cassette ratio Q6BAT Q7BAT Q6BAT Q7BAT 31700 hours (3.61 30600 hours (3.49...
  • Page 74: Cnc Cpu Module

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications 4.5 CNC CPU Module Dimension and Names of parts [mm] (10) 27.8 (1) READY LED (2) ERROR LED The operating state and the error state of CNC CPU will be displayed.
  • Page 75 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications (5) CN1 Connector for servo/spindle drive unit (6) DISPLAY I/F Connector for display (GOT) CMTR CMTR CMIT CMIT (7) EMG Connector for the emergency stop signal input EMG.COM 10kΩ 70553-0001 EMG.COM...
  • Page 76 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications (8) MPG Connector for 5V manual pulse generator 5VDC +5VDC +5VDC SG(0V) 470Ω 220Ω 70553-0005 4700pF (MOLEX) 470Ω 220Ω 4700pF SG(0V) Input pulse signal type: 90°phase difference between HA1 and HB1 Max.
  • Page 77 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications (10) EXT I/F Connector for the expansion connection of skip signal/ 5V manual pulse generator 5VDC 5VDC 5VDC 5VDC SG(0V) SG(0V) SG(0V) (Reserve) (Reserve) SG(0V) SG(0V) (Reserve) (Reserve) (Reserve) (Reserve) SG(0V)
  • Page 78: Dual Signal Module

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications 4.6 Dual Signal Module Use the dual signal module within the following specifications. Specifications Items R173SXY 32 points x 2 systems (32 points for PLC CPU control + 32 points for CNC CPU control, 20...
  • Page 79 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications Names of parts [mm] 27.8 (4) (3) (1) RUN LED Shows the operating state of the dual signal module. (2) LED Shows the input signal state of PLCIO (part-system 2). (3) ALM LED Shows the communication state with the CNC CPU module.
  • Page 80 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications (6) NCIO Part-system 1 I/O signal connector 1B20 1A20 NC-X00 NC-X10 1B20 1A20 1B19 1A19 NC-X01 NC-X11 1B19 1A19 1B18 1A18 NC-X02 NC-X12 1B18 1A18 1B17 1A17 1B17 1A17 NC-X03 NC-X13...
  • Page 81 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications (7) PLCIO Part-system 2 I/O signal connector 2B20 2A20 PC-X00 PC-X10 2B20 2A20 2B19 2A19 PC-X01 PC-X11 2B19 2A19 2B18 2A18 PC-X02 PC-X12 2B18 2A18 2B17 2A17 2B17 2A17 PC-X03 PC-X13...
  • Page 82 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications <Cable side connector type> Pressure displacement Connector type Crimp-contact type Soldering type type Connector FCN-367J040-AU/F FCN-363J040 FCN-361J040-AU AWG#24 to #28: FCN-363J-AU Contact AWG#22 to #26: FCN-363J-AU/S FCN-360C040-B FCN-360C040-D (Wide-mouthed type) FCN-360C040-E (Long screw type)
  • Page 83: Signal Splitter

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications 4.7 Signal Splitter (Note) Signal splitter allows DIN rail installation only. Dimension and Names of parts [mm] DIN Rail RIO1 DIN Rail (1) NC I/F Connector for CNC CPU (2) RIO1...
  • Page 84 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications (5) MPG 5V/12V Connector for manual pulse generator SG(0V) +12VDC SG(0V) +12VDC SG(0V) +12VDC +5VDC +5VDC D-SUB 15pin 5V manual pulse generator (UFO-01-2Z9) 12V manual pulse generator (HD60C) input conditions input conditions Input pulse signal type HA1 and HB1 phases (with phase difference 90°) (Refer to the waveform below.)
  • Page 85: Manual Pulse Generator

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications 4.8 Manual Pulse Generator 4.8.1 5V Manual Pulse Generator (UFO-01-2Z9) 100 pulse/rev [Outline dimension] [mm]     Gasket 3-M4 stud Index   Panel cut diameter 72 at equal pitch 0V A B M3 x 6 8.89...
  • Page 86: Manual Pulse Generator (Hd60C)

    0. 2 4.9 Recommended Terminal Block for Dual Signal Module Terminal block converter module FA-TBS40P or FA-LTB40P, produced by MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ENGINEERING, is recommended to connect the dual signals to the dual signal module. Use the connection cable FA-CBL □□ FMV-M produced by MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ENGINEERING.
  • Page 87: Got (Panel Cut Dimensions)

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 4 General Specifications 4.10 GOT (Panel Cut Dimensions) Make an installation hole on the control panel with the dimensions as shown below. Horizontal Vertical Unit: mm Model Panel thickness GT2712-S GT2710-S,GT2710-V GT2708-S,GT2708-V GT2705-V 10 or More 1.6 to 4...
  • Page 88: Installation

    Installation IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 89: Module Installation

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation 5.1 Module Installation 5.1.1 Precautions for Handling CAUTION Use C80 in an environment that meets the general specifications contained in this manual. Using C80 in an environment outside the range of the general specifications could result in electric shock, fire, operation failure, and damage to or deterioration of the product.
  • Page 90 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation This section describes precautions for handling the CPU modules, I/O modules, power supply modules and basic base unit, etc. (1) Do not drop or apply strong impact on the modules, terminal block connectors and pin connectors.
  • Page 91 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation (6) Be sure to use the fixing screws and fix the basic base unit on the panel to avoid an operation failure due to vibrations. Install the basic base unit in the following procedure.
  • Page 92: Precautions For Installation Of Basic Base Unit

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation 5.1.2 Precautions for Installation of Basic Base Unit Install C80 to a panel, etc., considering enough about operability, maintainability and environmental resistance. (1) Unit installation position For enhanced ventilation and ease of module replacement, leave the following space between the module top/ bottom and structure/parts.
  • Page 93 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation (3) Installation surface Fit the base unit on a flat surface. If the installation surface is not even, this may strain the printed circuit boards and cause malfunctions. (4) Installation of the unit in an area where the other devices are installed Avoid fitting basic unit in proximity to vibration sources such as large electromagnetic contractors and nofuse circuit breakers;...
  • Page 94: Module Installation And Removal

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation 5.1.3 Module Installation and Removal This section explains how to install and remove a power supply module, PLC CPU module, CNC CPU module, input/ output module and intelligent function module or another module to and from the base unit.
  • Page 95 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation [Removal] (1) Remove the module fixing screws. (2) Hold the module with both hands, and push the hook (a) on the top of the module with a finger until it stops. (3) While pushing the hook (a), and using the bottom of the module as a support, pull the module toward you.
  • Page 96 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation CAUTION 1. When module fixing screws are used, remove the screws first and module from the base unit. Failure to do so may damage the module. 2. The module surface temperature may be high immediately after power-off. When the module is removed, pay attention to the burn injury.
  • Page 97: Installation And Removal The Signal Splitter

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation 5.1.4 Installation and Removal the Signal Splitter The signal splitter is only for the installation of the DIN rail. With the DIN rail, the unit can be installed both laterally and longitudinally.
  • Page 98 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation [Removal] (1) Set down the rail hook. When setting down the rail hook, use the tool such as a flat-blade screwdriver. Rail hook (2) Remove the unit. [Lateral direction] [Longitudinal direction] Designate the type below as DIN rail standard - TH35-7.5Fe:7.5...
  • Page 99: Calculating Heat Generation By C80

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation 5.2 Calculating Heat Generation by C80 The ambient temperature inside the control panel storing the C80 must be suppressed to a C80 operating ambient temperature of 55°C (131°F). For the design of radiation from the storing panel, it is necessary to know the average power consumption (heating value) of the devices and instruments stored in the control panel.
  • Page 100 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation (6) Power consumption of the external power supply section of the intelligent function module × 5 + I × 24 + I × 100 [W] 100V The total of the power consumption values calculated in (1) to (6) becomes the C80 overall power consumption.
  • Page 101 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 5 Installation IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 102: Wiring And Connecting

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  • Page 103: Precautions

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting 6.1 Precautions CAUTION Be sure to ground of earth terminal FG and LG (Ground resistance: 100Ω or less). Not doing so could result in electric shock or operation failure. When wiring in the unit, be sure that it is done correctly by checking the product's rated voltage and the terminal layout.
  • Page 104: Precautions For Wiring Of I/O Equipment

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting 6.1.2 Precautions for Wiring of I/O Equipment (a) Use UL listed solderless terminals if necessary for UL compliance, and for processing, use a tool recommended by their manufacturer. Note that a solderless terminal with an insulation sleeve cannot be used.
  • Page 105: Precautions For Using Optical Communication Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting 6.1.4 Precautions for Using Optical Communication Cable An optical communication cable is used for communication between the control unit and the drive unit. Special precautions, differing from the conventional cable, are required when laying and handling the optical communication cable.
  • Page 106 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting Precautions for laying optical communication cable (1) Do not apply a force exceeding the cable's tolerable tension. Binding the cables too tight with tie-wraps could result in an increased loss or a disconnection. Use a cushioning material such as a sponge or rubber when bundling the cables and fix so that the cables do not move.
  • Page 107: Wiring To The Power Supply Module

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting 6.2 Wiring to the Power Supply Module The following diagram shows the wiring example of power lines, grounding lines, etc. to the basic base unit and the extension base unit.
  • Page 108: Q61P/Q63P/Q64Pn

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting 6.2.2 Q61P/Q63P/Q64PN 100/200VAC CPU base unit (Q38B) QxxUD(H)CPU Q61P/Q63P/Q64PN Fuse ERR *1 24VDC LG(PE) *2 INPUT 100-240VAC Ground wire Grounding Connect to 24VDC terminals of I/O module that requires Extension base unit (Q68B) 24VDC internally.
  • Page 109: Connecting The Emergency Stop Signal

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting 6.3 Connecting the Emergency Stop Signal Connect the emergency stop signal to the connector EMG. An external power supply is required, because R16NCCPU module does not have 24VDC output for the emergency stop signal.
  • Page 110: Connecting The Got

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting 6.4 Connecting the GOT Connect the display module of GOT2000 series to the DISPLAY I/F connector of the CNC CPU unit using a LAN cable. Refer to the following manuals for the details on the connection: "GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products)"...
  • Page 111: Connecting The Drive Unit

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting 6.5 Connecting the Drive Unit Connect an optical communication cable to the connector CN1 for the connection of the drive units: MDS-E/EH Series, MDS-EJ/EJH Series, and MDS-EM/EMH Series. Refer to the following manuals for the details on the servo drive units (basic wiring and so on).
  • Page 112: Connecting The Dual Signal Module

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting 6.6 Connecting the Dual Signal Module Connect a relay cable to the connector RIO for the connection of the dual signal module. Use the connector RIO1 on the dual signal module.
  • Page 113: Connecting The Signal Splitter

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting 6.7 Connecting the Signal Splitter Connect a relay cable to the connecter EXT I/F for the connection of the signal splitter (FCU7-HN387). Skip (sensor) signals (refer to "Wiring and Connecting: Connecting the Skip Signal (Sensor)") and the signals from manual pulse generator(s) (refer to "Wiring and Connecting: Connecting the Manual Pulse Generator") can be...
  • Page 114: Connecting The Skip Signal (Sensor)

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting 6.8 Connecting the Skip Signal (Sensor) Connect the skip signals to the connector EXT I/F on CNC CPU module, or the connector SKIP on signal splitter. H300 cable is used as composite cable with manual pulse generators. Use a terminal block for the relay connection.
  • Page 115: Connecting The Manual Pulse Generator

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting 6.9 Connecting the Manual Pulse Generator Connect the signals of manual pulse generator(s) to any of the following connectors. - Connector MPG or EXT I/F on CNC CPU module - Connector MPG on signal splitter (FCU7-HN387) All of the connectors above allow the connection of 5V power supply type manual pulse generator (UFO-01-2Z9).
  • Page 116 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting (1) Connecting directly to CNC CPU module Connect signals from manual pulse generator(s) to the connector MPG. The connector EXT I/F is applied when the channel 2 and 3 are used.
  • Page 117 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 6 Wiring and Connecting (2) Connecting via signal splitter Both 5V power supply type and 12V power supply type manual pulse generator can be connected to the signal splitter. 12V power supply type requires extra 12V power supply.
  • Page 118: Cable

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  • Page 119: Symbols For Writing Cable Drawings

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.1 Symbols for Writing Cable Drawings indicates twisted pair. indicates the shield sheath. indicates shield clamping to the grounding plate. (4) In the cable drawings, the partner of the twisted pair cable is given a priority, so the pin No. of the connectors at both ends are not necessary in number of order.
  • Page 120: Cables For Cnc Cpu

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.2 Cables for CNC CPU 7.2.1 F020/F021/F022 Cable Max. length: 45m Application: Manual Pulse Generator (12VDC spec) +12V +12V +12V [MPG] Connector: CDA-15P Wire material: B-22(19)U x 2SJ-1 x 9 [1ch][2ch][3ch] Contact: CD-PC-111 x 12 Recommended manufacturer: Crimp terminal: V1.25-3 x 12...
  • Page 121: G020/G021/G022 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.2.2 G020/G021/G022 Cable Max. length: 15m Application: Manual Pulse Generator (5VDC spec) [MPG] Connector: CDA-15P Wire material: B-22(19)U x 2SJ-1 x 9 [1ch][2ch][3ch] Contact: CD-PC-111 x 11 Recommended manufacturer: Crimp terminal: V1.25-3 x 12...
  • Page 122: H010 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.2.3 H010 Cable Max. length: 5m Application: For signal splitter connection EXT I/F NC I/F EXT I/F NC I/F TXDH TXDH TXDL TXDL RXDH RXDH RXDL RXDL DTRH DTRH DTRL DTRL DSRH...
  • Page 123: H101 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.2.4 H101 Cable Max. length: 20m Application: Emergency stop signal EMG.COM EMG.COM [EMG] Connector: 50-57-9402 Wire material: 2464C BIOS-CL3-22 01P Crimp terminal: R1.25-3.5 Contact: 16-02-0103 Recommended manufacturer: Bando Electric Wire Recommended manufacturer: JST Manufacturer: MOLEX (Note) Connect the cable shield to the FG terminal.
  • Page 124: H300 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.2.5 H300 Cable Max. length: 20m Application: SKIP/manual pulse generator EXTI/F EXTI/F SKIPCOM SKIPCOM SKIPCOM SKIPCOM SKIP1 SKIP1 SKIP2 SKIP2 SKIP3 SKIP3 SKIP4 SKIP4 (SHIELD) [EXT I/F] Connector: HDR-E50MSG1+ Wire material: UL1061-2464 AWG26×7P Crimp terminal: R1.25-3.5...
  • Page 125: H310 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.2.6 H310 Cable Max. length: 15m Application: SKIP for Signal splitter SKIP SKIP 1 COM1 SKIP 2 COM2 SKIP 3 COM3 SKIP 4 COM4 SKIP SKIP1 SKIP1 COM1 COM1 SKIP2 SKIP2 COM2...
  • Page 126: H401 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.2.7 H401 Cable Max. length: 20m Application: Manual Pulse Generator (5VDC spec) (SHIELD) [MPG] Connector: 50-57-9406 Wire material: 2464VSV2 x 22A Crimp terminal: R1.25-3.5 Contact: 16-02-0103 Recommended manufacturer: Oki Electric Cable Recommended manufacturer: JST Manufacturer: MOLEX (Note) Connect the cable shield to the connector pin No.6.
  • Page 127: J303 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.2.9 J303 Cable Max. cable length: 20m Application: Display module communication (Straight) DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY White White orange orange Orange Orange White White green green Green Green Blue Blue White White...
  • Page 128: Cable Relating To Drive Unit

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3 Cable Relating to Drive Unit 7.3.1 Cable Wire and Assembly (1) Cable wire The specifications of the wire used for each cable, and the machining methods are shown in this section. The Mitsubishi designated cable is the recommended cables shown below.
  • Page 129: Cnp2E-1 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3.2 CNP2E-1 Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: Motor side PLG cable Spindle side accuracy detector TS5690 cable Spindle drive unit side connector (3M) Spindle motor side connector   Receptacle: 36210-0100PL (Tyco Electronics)
  • Page 130: Cnp3Ez-2P/Cnp3Ez-3P Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3.3 CNP3EZ-2P/CNP3EZ-3P Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: Spindle side detector cable OSE-1024 cable CNP3EZ-2P (Straight) CNP3EZ-3P (Angle) Spindle drive unit side connector Spindle motor side connector (3M)   (DDK) Receptacle: 36210-0100PL Connector: MS3106A20-29S (D190)
  • Page 131: Cnv2E-8P/Cnv2E-9P Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3.4 CNV2E-8P/CNV2E-9P Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: For HF/HF-H, HF-KP (Tool spindle) Motor side detector cable (for A48/A51/A74N(/A74)) / For HF-KP (Servo) Motor side detector relay cable (Drive unit side) (CNV2E-8P)
  • Page 132: Cnv2E-D Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3.5 CNV2E-D Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: MDS-B-SD unit cable Drive unit side connector (3M)   Receptacle: 36210-0100PL MDS-B-SD unit side connector Shell kit: 36310-3200-008 (3M) (MOLEX) Connector: 10120-3000VE Connector set: 54599-1019 Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008 0.5mm...
  • Page 133: Cnv2E-Hp Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3.6 CNV2E-HP Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: MDS-B-HR unit cable Drive unit side connector (3M) MDS-B-HR unit side connector Receptacle: 36210-0100PL (Hirose Electric) Shell kit: 36310-3200-008 (MOLEX) Plug: RM15WTPZ-8S(71) Connector set: 54599-1019 Clamp: JR13WCCA-10(72) 0.5mm...
  • Page 134: Dg30 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3.7 DG30 Cable Max. cable length: 10m Application: Battery cable (drive unit - battery box, drive unit - drive unit) Drive unit side connector Drive unit side connector (J.S.T) (J.S.T)   Connector: PAP-02V-O Connector: PHR-2-BL Contact: SPHD-001G-P0.5...
  • Page 135: G380 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3.8 G380 Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: Optical communication cable for wiring between drive units (outside panel) for optical communication repeater unit Use when the cable length is 10m or more to 30m or less.
  • Page 136: J395 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3.9 J395 Cable Max. cable length: 10m Application: Optical communication cable for wiring between drive units (outside panel) for wiring between NC-drive units Use when wiring outside of the panel with a cable of 10m or less.
  • Page 137: J396 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3.10 J396 Cable Max. cable length: 10m Application: Optical communication cable for wiring between drive units (inside panel) Use when wiring in the panel with a cable of 10m or less. [OPT]...
  • Page 138: Mr-Bks1Cbl-A1-H / Mr-Bks1Cbl-A2-H Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3.11 MR-BKS1CBL-A1-H / MR-BKS1CBL-A2-H Cable Max. cable length: 10m Application: <200V Series> Brake cable for HG96 MR-BKS1CBL-A1-H (load side angle) MR-BKS1CBL-A2-H (reverse load side angle) Servo motor brake connector (Japan Aviation Electronics)
  • Page 139: Mr-D05Udl3M-B Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3.13 MR-D05UDL3M-B Cable Max. cable length: 3m Application: STO cable Drive unit side (Tyco Electronics) Connector set: MR-D05UDL3M-B Yellow (Dot mark: Red) STO1 STO1 input Gray (Dot mark: Black) STO2 input STO2...
  • Page 140: Sh21 Cable

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable 7.3.15 SH21 Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: Power supply communication cable Power backup unit communication cable CN4, CN9 SVTXD SVTXD SVTXD* SVTXD* SVALM SVALM SVALM* SVALM* SVRXD SVRXD SVRXD4 SVRXD4 SVEMG...
  • Page 141 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 7 Cable IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 142: Setup Outline

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  • Page 143: Flow Of The Initial Setup

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 8 Setup Outline The following chapters explain the procedures to setup C80. Procedures when setting up again (with backup files of parameters and so on) are different from those of initial setup. For initial setup, see "Flow of the initial setup".
  • Page 144: Got Initial Setup

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  • Page 145: Gt Designer3

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup 9.1 GT Designer3 Transfer the project data, where required settings have been made, to GOT. 9.1.1 Installing GT Designer3 (1) Install GT Designer3 to the personal computer. For the install procedure, refer to "GT Works3 Installation Instructions" (BCN-P5999-0066).
  • Page 146: Making Communication Settings

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup 9.1.2 Making Communication Settings Make communication settings on a GT Designer3 project. 9.1.2.1 Setting Ethernet Connection This section explains the setting procedure for Ethernet connection taking GOT2000 Series GT27 (SVGA) as an example.
  • Page 147 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup (1) When starting GT Designer3, the "New Project Wizard" dialog box will appear. When clicking [Next], "GOT System Setting" dialog box of the "New Project Wizard" will appear. When checking the box of "Use easily-distinguishable font for 0 (zero) and I", the distinction of the letter will be easier.
  • Page 148 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup (3) After setting the "Setting of Controller (1st)", click [Next]. When "connect I/F of MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC" selection dialog is displayed, select "Standard I/F (Ethernet): Multi" from the I/F(I) pull-down menu.
  • Page 149 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup (6) When clicking [Next], "Screen Switching Device Setting" dialog will be displayed. (7) Set the devices such as "Base Screen" and "Overlap Window1". (8) Click [Next] and when a dialog box to confirm the setting items appears, confirm the setting items and then click [Finish].
  • Page 150 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup (9) When "Screen" creation is displayed, click [System] and then double click "CH1:MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC" of "Communication". "Communication" dialog will be displayed. Confirm the following items and make Ethernet setting.
  • Page 151 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup <Setting items> Detail Setting: GOT standard Ethernet setting IP address Setting IP address: 192.168.200.2 IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 152 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup (10) After setting the IP address, click [OK] to return to the "Communication" dialog. Next, set the IP address in [Ethernet setting]. <Setting items> Detail Setting: C80 IP address and station No.
  • Page 153: Setting The Saving Destination Drive For Backup Data

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup 9.1.3 Setting the Saving Destination Drive for Backup Data A saving destination drive for backup data (Refer to "Data Backup and Restoration") needs to be set on the GT Designer3 project.
  • Page 154 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup (3) On the GOT setup screen, check "Backup/Restoration" and select "Destination for Backup Setting" and "Destination for Backup Data". (4) Check the box of "Sequence Program Monitor" on the GOT setup screen.
  • Page 155: Setting Time On Got

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup 9.1.4 Setting Time on GOT The method to match the time data of the GOT to that of the C80 data needs to be set in the GT Designer3 project.
  • Page 156 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup (6) Press [OK]. With the above setting, the time adjustment will be performed at the time GOT is turned ON and in 60-minute periods Set the trigger type and the period time as required.
  • Page 157: Creating A Got Screen

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup 9.1.5 Creating a GOT Screen Create a screen to display on GOT in the GT Designer3 project data. This manual explains precautions for device setting and how to set a special function switch.
  • Page 158: Special Function Switch

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup 9.1.5.2 Special Function Switch Special Function Switch allows to make a button to display CNC monitor 2, sequence program monitor (R Ladder), backup/restoration and so on. (1) Select [Object] - [Switch] - [Special Function Switch].
  • Page 159: Writing The Package Data To Got

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup 9.1.6 Writing the Package Data to GOT Transferring the package data (project, system application such as the basic function and the extended function, and the communication driver) to the GOT.
  • Page 160 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup (2) Select "USB" for the communication type in the dialog box. Click "Test". Confirm the message "Successfully connected", and click "OK". (3) Select [Write to GOT...] from the [Communication] menu.
  • Page 161 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup (5) Select "Write Data" and "Destination Drive" and then click [GOT Write] button. When writing the package data, open the Application Selection setting dialog and confirm that the following recommended settings are selected for the Application Selection.
  • Page 162 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup Point : The extended function used for creating the project data will be written automatically. IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 163 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 9 GOT Initial Setup IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 164: Plc Cpu Initial Setup

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  • Page 165: Gx Works3

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup 10.1 GX Works3 10.1.1 Connecting the Devices Necessary for Setup Connect the personal computer in which the sequence program development/maintenance tool GX Works3 is installed to the PLC CPU with USB.
  • Page 166: Setting The Connection To Gx Works3

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup 10.1.2 Setting the Connection to GX Works3 In order to setup GX Works3 and PLC CPU, it is necessary to open a project on GX Works3. (1) Turn ON the PLC CPU.
  • Page 167 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup (4) On the "Specify Connection Destination" screen, set the following items: "Serial USB" for "PC side I/F" "PLC Module" for "PLC side I/F" "No Specification" of "Other Station Setting"...
  • Page 168: Setting Multi-Cpu Parameters

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup 10.1.3 Setting Multi-CPU Parameters (1) Double click [Module Configuration] from the project of the navigation window to display the unit configuration drawing dialog. (2) Select [On line]-[Read Module Configuration from PLC] from the menu.
  • Page 169 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup (4) Click [File Setting] in the displayed "R04CPU CPU Parameter" dialog. (5) Set the following values to each item of "File Register Setting". Use Or Not Setting: "Use Common File Register in All Programs"...
  • Page 170 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup (6) When connecting two units of CNC CPU, perform the following setting. (a) Set <Detailed Setting> under "Memory/Device setting" - "Device/Label Memory Area Setting" - "Device/Label Memory Area Detailed Setting" - "Device Setting".
  • Page 171 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup (8) Click [Apply]. (9) When the following message box appears, click [Yes]. IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 172 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup (10) When double clicking the <Detailed Setting> of "Refresh Setting between Multiple CPUs" - "Refresh Setting (At the END)", a dialog to set the refresh of the CPU mounted on the base.
  • Page 173 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup [When connecting one unit of CNC CPU] Detail Settings Setting example 1 Setting example 2 Points Start Points Start Y700 Y700 1334 D4096 1334 D4096 W0C0 W0C0 R5700 R5700...
  • Page 174 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup [When connecting three units of CNC CPU] Detail Settings Points Start Y700 1334 D4096 W0C0 ZR5700 ZR6436 ZR8050 1200 ZR10600 ZR12200 5100 ZR20000 B700 1334 D14096 W1C0 ZR38468 ZR39204...
  • Page 175 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup (12) Click [+] in front of the "No. 2 (Receive)" to set the refresh for No.2. When connecting two units of CNC CPU, set the refresh for CPU No. 3, and when connecting three units of CNC CPU, set the refresh for CPU No.
  • Page 176 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup - Refresh setting for CPU No. 3 Detail Settings Points Start B4700 D11024 W180 1184 ZR37268 ZR39140 ZR40768 ZR44568 ZR32768 ZR52768 ZR33268 ZR53268 ZR39268 ZR41058 ZR40268 1500 ZR41068 (Note) The setting value for CPU No. 3 is the setting example for two units of CNC CPU, 2-part system and eight control axes.
  • Page 177 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup (13) Close "R04CPU CPU Parameter" screen. (14) Double click [Param]-[System Parameter] in the navigation window and select "Multi CPU Setting" in the displayed dialog box. (15) Select "Communication Setting between CPUs" in the setting item, and then select "Enable" for "PLC Unit Data".
  • Page 178 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup (16) Select "Operation Mode Setting" from the setting items and then set the stop setting to "Major: All Station Stop, Moderate: All Station Continue" for both No.1 and No.2 units.
  • Page 179: Writing The Created Parameters To The Plc

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 10 PLC CPU Initial Setup 10.1.4 Writing the Created Parameters to the PLC (1) Select [Convert]-[Rebuild All] from the menu and then click [OK] in the next dialog. (2) When the next dialog appears, click [Yes].
  • Page 180: Cnc Cpu Initial Setup

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  • Page 181: Initializing Cnc Cpu Internal Data (Clearing Sram Data)

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup 11.1 Initializing CNC CPU Internal Data (Clearing SRAM Data) (1) With the power OFF, set the CNC CPU module's rotary switch 1 (SW1) to "7". Then turn the power ON.
  • Page 182: Loss And Restoration Of Absolute Position Data

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup 11.1.1 Loss and Restoration of Absolute Position Data (1) Loss of Absolute Position Data Any of the followings may result in the loss of absolute position data. - Changing a parameter related to absolute position.
  • Page 183 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (3) Restoration by SRAM data (a) Select [Mainte] from the Screen group at the top of the CNC monitor 2 screen (GOT operation panel) and then select [Psswd input] from the menu.
  • Page 184: Selecting Nc System Type And Display Language

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup 11.2 Selecting NC System Type and Display Language Perform the parameter setting for the CNC CPU module from the "CNC monitor 2" of GOT. (1) Select [Mainte] tab and then select [Param] at the bottom left.
  • Page 185 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (9) When the type of the NC system is Lathe system, perform (a) and (b) below. (a) Select [Para No search], enter "1007" in the setting area and then press [INPUT] key.
  • Page 186: Setting Multi-Cpu Parameters

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup 11.3 Setting Multi-CPU Parameters [Outline drawing of Multi-CPU parameter setting] (Note 1) This outline drawing is for the system configuration for PLC CPU (one unit) and CNC CPU (up to three units).
  • Page 187 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (1) Select [Mainte] tab and select [Mainte] at the bottom left. (2) Select [Psswd input] at the bottom left. Enter the password for the machine parameter and then press [INPUT].
  • Page 188 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (5) Perform the device setting on CPU side. [When connecting one unit of CNC CPU] (Note) When the [Execute init.] menu is pressed at NC1, the settings for (a) to (b) are performed automatically.
  • Page 189 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup [When connecting two units of CNC CPU] (a) Device setting of NC1 (Note) When the [Execute init.] menu is pressed at NC1, the settings for (a-1) to (a-3) are performed automatically.
  • Page 190 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (a-2) Perform the device setting on CPU2 side of NC1. Press [Next CPU] at the bottom right. Confirm that [CPU2] is displayed in the top right. CPU2 (CNC CPU side): Setting example of two units of CNC CPU, 2-part system and 8 control axes...
  • Page 191 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (a-3) Perform the device setting on CPU3 side of NC1. Press [Next CPU] at the bottom right. Confirm that [CPU3] is displayed in the top right. CPU3 (CNC CPU side): Setting example of two units of CNC CPU, 2-part system and 8 control axes...
  • Page 192 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (b) Device setting of NC2 (Note) When the [Execute init.] menu is pressed at NC1, the settings for (b-1) to (b-3) are performed automatically. (b-1) Perform the device setting on CPU1 side of NC2.
  • Page 193 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (b-2) Perform the device setting on CPU2 side of NC2. Press [Next CPU] at the bottom right. Confirm that [CPU2] is displayed in the top right. CPU2 (CNC CPU side): Setting example of two units of CNC CPU, 2-part system and 8 control axes...
  • Page 194 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (b-3) Perform the device setting on CPU3 side of NC2. Press [Next CPU] at the bottom right. Confirm that [CPU3] is displayed in the top right. CPU3 (CNC CPU side): Setting example of two units of CNC CPU, 2-part system and 8 control axes...
  • Page 195 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup [When connecting three units of CNC CPU] (Note) To connect three units of CNC CPU, set "#26751 DevCondenseRef" to "1". If "1" is not set, a setting error occurs in the subsequent settings.
  • Page 196 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (a-3) Perform the device setting on CPU3 side of NC1. Press [Next CPU] at the bottom right. Confirm that [CPU3] is displayed in the top right. CPU3 (CNC CPU side): Setting example of three units of CNC CPU, 2-part system and 8 control axes (a-4) Perform the device setting on CPU4 side of NC1.
  • Page 197 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (b) Device setting of NC2 (Note) When the [Execute init.] menu is pressed at NC2, the settings for (b-1) to (b-4) are performed automatically. (b-1) Perform the device setting on CPU1 side of NC2.
  • Page 198 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (b-3) Perform the device setting on CPU3 side of NC2. Press [Next CPU] at the bottom right. Confirm that [CPU3] is displayed in the top right. CPU3 (CNC CPU side): Setting example of three units of CNC CPU, 2-part system and 8 control axes (b-4) Perform the device setting on CPU4 side of NC2.
  • Page 199 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (c) Device setting of NC3 (Note) When the [Execute init.] menu is pressed at NC3, the settings for (c-1) to (c-4) are performed automatically. (c-1) Perform the device setting on CPU1 side of NC3.
  • Page 200 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup (c-3) Perform the device setting on CPU3 side of NC3. Press [Next CPU] at the bottom right. Confirm that [CPU3] is displayed in the top right. CPU3 (CNC CPU side): Setting example of three units of CNC CPU, 2-part system and 8 control axes (c-4) Perform the device setting on CPU4 side of NC3.
  • Page 201: Setting The Date And Time

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 11 CNC CPU Initial Setup 11.4 Setting the Date and Time Date and time settings on CNC CPU module are automatically sent to the GOT and PLC CPU. (Note 1) This mode is enabled when "Clock setting" is set for "Time control" on GOT.
  • Page 202: Setting Machine Parameters

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  • Page 203: Setting The Parameters For The System Specifications

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 12 Setting Machine Parameters 12.1 Setting the Parameters for the System Specifications (1) On the Mainte screen, select [Mainte] and then [Psswd input]. Enter the machine parameter password in the setting area and press the [INPUT] key.
  • Page 204: Setting The Parameters For The Machine Specifications

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 12 Setting Machine Parameters 12.2 Setting the Parameters for the Machine Specifications (1) On the Mainte screen, select [Mainte] and then [Psswd input]. Enter the machine parameter password in the setting area and press the [INPUT] key.
  • Page 205 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 12 Setting Machine Parameters Configuration example for seven part systems (Number of axes per part system: 8, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 3) (Assumed to use the device of each part system in the ladder as follows:) $1 Axis 1 [Axis 1] →...
  • Page 206: Setting Drive Unit Mds-E/Eh Series

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 12 Setting Machine Parameters 12.3 Setting Drive Unit MDS-E/EH Series 12.3.1 Setting the Rotary Switch Set the axis number with the rotary switch. <Drive unit> 1-axis 2-axis 3-axis 1-axis 2-axis servo drive unit servo drive unit...
  • Page 207: Setting Dip Switch

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 12 Setting Machine Parameters <Power supply unit> Power supply unit (MDS-E/EH-CV) MDS-E/EH-CV setting Rotary switch setting Setting items Normal setting Setting prohibited 1 ~ 3 External emergency stop setting Setting prohibited 5 ~ F 12.3.2 Setting DIP Switch...
  • Page 208: Setting Drive Unit Mds-Em/Emh Series

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 12 Setting Machine Parameters 12.4 Setting Drive Unit MDS-EM/EMH Series 12.4.1 Setting the Rotary Switch Set the axis number with the rotary switch. < Drive unit > Multi axis unit (MDS-EM/EMH-SPV3) MDS-EM/EMH-SPV3 setting Servo...
  • Page 209: Setting Drive Unit Mds-Ej/Ejh Series

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 12 Setting Machine Parameters 12.5 Setting Drive Unit MDS-EJ/EJH Series 12.5.1 Setting the Rotary Switch Set the axis number with the rotary switch. 1-axis 1-axis 1-axis 2-axis servo/ servo drive unit pindle drive unit...
  • Page 210: Setting The Dip Switch

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 12 Setting Machine Parameters < MDS-EJ-V2/SP2 setting > AXIS NO. Rotary switch setting L axis M axis 1st axis 2nd axis 2nd axis 3rd axis 3rd axis 4th axis 4th axis 5th axis 5th axis...
  • Page 211: Setting Up Without Connecting To The Motor/Drive Units At The Startup Of Drive Unit

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 12 Setting Machine Parameters 12.6 Setting Up without Connecting to the Motor/Drive Units at the Startup of Drive Unit When connecting the motor or drive unit after setting up the system, set the axis data beforehand to enable the operation without the motor or drive unit.
  • Page 212: Servo Simplified Adjustment

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 12 Setting Machine Parameters 12.7 Servo Simplified Adjustment 12.7.1 First Measure Against Vibration Setting the filter can reduce the vibration. (1) Select [Drv mon] and then [Servo unit] on the Diagn screen. See the displayed value in "AFLT frequency".
  • Page 213: Nc Analyzer2

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 12 Setting Machine Parameters 12.7.2 NC Analyzer2 Servo parameters can be automatically adjusted by measuring and analyzing the machine characteristics. Measurement and analysis are conducted by driving the motor using machining programs for adjustment or vibration signals.
  • Page 214: Setting Of Inter-Cpu Features

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  • Page 215: Setting To Share Handles Between Cnc Cpu Modules

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 13 Setting of Inter-CPU Features 13.1 Setting to Share Handles between CNC CPU Modules Up to three handles (also known as manual pulse generators) can be physically connected to a CNC CPU. When multiple CNC CPU modules are mounted on a base unit, a handle connected to one CPU module can also be used by another CPU module.
  • Page 216: Setting The Position Detection System

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  • Page 217: Adjusting The Absolute Position Detection System

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System There are two kinds of position detection system: one is "relative position detection", which establishes the reference position (zero point) at every CNC power-ON; the other is "absolute position detection", which allows to start the operation without establishing the reference position (zero point) again after the CNC power-ON.
  • Page 218 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System (4) Dog method This method requires a dog sensor. Move the table until the dog is kicked, and the first grid point after the dog OFF is determined as the basic position.
  • Page 219: Basic Position Alignment Method I

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System 14.1.1 Basic Position Alignment Method I Preparations #2049 type (absolute position detection type) = 2 Set the parameters on the (marked point alignment method) [Abs.Posit.Param.] screen. #2050 absdir (basic point of Z direction) = 0/1...
  • Page 220 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System Move the cursor to "Zero-P" with the The input value is registered in the "Zero-P" area. [ ↑ ] and [ ↓ ] keys.Enter the value in the input area and press the [INPUT] key.
  • Page 221 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System The operation order is slightly different when "#2059 zerbas = 1 (grid point just before stopper)" is set. Set the procedure (6) "Zero-P" after "Complete" is displayed on "State" of the procedure (10).
  • Page 222: Basic Position Alignment Method Ii

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System 14.1.2 Basic Position Alignment Method II Preparations #2049 type (absolute position detection type) = 4 Set the parameters on the (marked point alignment method II) [Abs.Posit.Param.] screen. #2059 zerbas (zero return parameter) =0...
  • Page 223 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System Move the axis toward the mechanical State: [Origin set] basic position and align it to the marked point. Move the cursor to "Origin-P" with The input value is registered in the "Origin-P" area.
  • Page 224: Machine End Stopper Method: Automatic Initialization

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System 14.1.3 Machine End Stopper Method: Automatic Initialization Preparations #2049 type (absolute position detection type) = 1 (stopper method) Set the parameters on the #2054 clpush (current limit) = 0 to 100 [Abs.Posit.Param.] screen.
  • Page 225 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System Move the cursor to "Zero-P" with The input value is registered in the "Zero-P" area. the [ ↑ ] and [ ↓ ] keys.Enter the value in the input area and press the [INPUT] key.
  • Page 226 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System The operation order is slightly different when "#2059 zerbas = 1 (grid point just before stopper)" is set. Set the procedure (6) "Zero-P" after "Complete" is displayed on "State" of the procedure (12).
  • Page 227 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System (Note7) Automatic initialization cannot be started in the following cases. The operation message "Can't start" will appear if starting is attempted. - When "#0 Absolute posn set" is not set.
  • Page 228: Machine End Stopper Method: Manual Initialization

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System 14.1.4 Machine End Stopper Method: Manual Initialization Preparations #2049 type (absolute position detection type) = 1 (stopper method) Set the parameters on the #2054 clpush (current limit) = 0 to 100 [Abs.Posit.Param.] screen.
  • Page 229 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System Move the cursor to "Zero-P" with The input value is registered in the "Zero-P" area. the [ ↑ ] and [ ↓ ] keys. Enter the value in the input area and press the [INPUT] key.
  • Page 230 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System (Note 1) To change just the basic machine coordinate zero point, set "#0 Absolute posn set" and "#2 Zero-P", and then turn the power OFF and ON. (Note 2) If pressing against the machine end is attempted without passing the grip point once after turning the power ON, the operation message "Not passed on grid"...
  • Page 231: Dog-Type

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System 14.1.5 Dog-type Preparations #2049 type (absolute position detection type) = 3 (dog-type) Set the parameters on the [Abs.Posit.Param.] screen. Turn the power OFF and ON. (Only when "#2049 type" has been reset.) The following are the operations on [Absolute position setting screen].(Select [Mainte] ->...
  • Page 232: Precautions Common For The Dogless-Type Absolute Position Detector

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System 14.1.7 Precautions Common for the Dogless-type Absolute Position Detector (1) Example of setting "#2 Zero-P" parameter For the "#2 Zero-P" parameter, set the coordinate value of the absolute position origin point (mechanical basic position or electrical basic position"...
  • Page 233: Adjustment Of Reference Position Return In Relative Position Detection System

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System 14.2 Adjustment of Reference Position Return in Relative Position Detection System 14.2.1 Dog-type Reference Position Return Operation In the dog-type reference position return, the axis moves as follows: (1) Starts moving at G28 rapid traverse rate.
  • Page 234: Dog-Type Reference Position Return Adjustment Procedures

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System 14.2.2 Dog-type Reference Position Return Adjustment Procedures Adjust the dog-type reference position return with the following steps. (1) Select [Param] menu from the maintenance screen, and then select zero point parameter screen by feeding the page.
  • Page 235 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System (5) Determine the grid mask amount according to the state as shown below. Grid space When is smaller Axis speed Electrical zero point (the first grid after the switch is turned ON and OFF)
  • Page 236 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System (7) Turn the power OFF and ON, and then execute reference position return. (8) Confirm the grid space and grid amount values on DRIVE MONITOR screen. If the grid amount value is approximately half of the grid space, the grid mask amount has been set correctly. If the value is not approximately half, repeat the procedure from step (1).
  • Page 237 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System Grid point The position detector has a Z-phase that generates one pulse per rotation. The 0-point position of this Z-phase is the grid point. Thus, there is a grid point per rotation of the position detector, and the machine has many grid points at a regular pitch.
  • Page 238 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 14 Setting the Position Detection System Reference position return direction (#2030 dir (-)) The direction of the (axis) movement, after the dog-type reference position return is executed and the limit switch kicks the dog and decelerate to stop, is set to either positive "0" or negative "1".
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  • Page 240: Setting The Tool Entry Prohibited Range

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  • Page 241: Stroke End (H/W Ot)

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 15 Setting the Tool Entry Prohibited Range Following functions are available for setting a tool entry prohibited range to detect over travels (OT). (1) Stroke end (H/W OT) The limit switch signal will detect the stroke end and limit the movement of the axis.
  • Page 242: Stored Stroke Limit (S/W Ot)

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 15 Setting the Tool Entry Prohibited Range 15.2 Stored Stroke Limit (S/W OT) 15.2.1 Outline Three tool entry prohibited ranges can be set with stored stroke limit I, stored stroke limit II, IIB and stored stroke limit IB.
  • Page 243 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 15 Setting the Tool Entry Prohibited Range Valid Conditions of Stored Stroke Limit When using the relative position detection system, the stored stroke limit is invalid until the reference position return is completed after the power is turned ON.
  • Page 244 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 15 Setting the Tool Entry Prohibited Range The stored stroke limits I, II, IIB, IB and IC are handled as follows. Prohibited Type Description Range setting parameters Validating conditions range - Set by the machine tool builder.
  • Page 245: Stored Stroke Limit I

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 15 Setting the Tool Entry Prohibited Range 15.2.2 Stored Stroke Limit I This is a stroke limit function used by the machine tool builder. The boundary is set with the parameters ("#2013 OT - (Soft limit I -)"...
  • Page 246: Stored Stroke Limit Ii

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 15 Setting the Tool Entry Prohibited Range 15.2.3 Stored Stroke Limit II The boundary is set with the axis parameters "#8204 OT-CHECK-N" and "#8205 OT-CHECK-P" or with program commands. Either the inside or the outside of the set boundary is the prohibited range. Whether the inside or outside of the range is prohibited is determined by "#8210 OT-INSIDE".
  • Page 247 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 15 Setting the Tool Entry Prohibited Range (2) Stored stroke limit IIB (When prohibited range is on inside) A range except for that of the stored stroke limit I becomes the movement prohibited range.
  • Page 248: Stored Stroke Limit Ib

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 15 Setting the Tool Entry Prohibited Range 15.2.4 Stored Stroke Limit IB The boundary is set for each axis with the axis parameters "#2061 OT_1B-" and "#2062 OT_1B+". The inside of the set boundary is the prohibited range.
  • Page 249: Stored Stroke Limit Ic

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 15 Setting the Tool Entry Prohibited Range 15.2.5 Stored Stroke Limit IC The boundary is set for each axis with the axis parameters "#2061 OT_1B-" and "#2062 OT_1B+". The inside of the set boundary is the machine movement valid range.
  • Page 250: Movable Range During Inclined Axis Control

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 15 Setting the Tool Entry Prohibited Range 15.2.6 Movable Range during Inclined Axis Control By setting "#2063 OT_1Btype" to "3", the inclined axis control axis can be checked with the program coordinates using the stored stroke limit IB/IC range setting ("#2061" and "#2062"). The stored stroke limit IB and IC cannot be used together at this time.
  • Page 251: Stored Stroke Limit For Rotation Axis

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 15 Setting the Tool Entry Prohibited Range 15.2.7 Stored Stroke Limit for Rotation Axis Stored stroke limits I and II are used as the stored stroke limit for the rotation axis. The area between the maximum and minimum values of the prohibited range's parameters, which does not contain the 0 point of the basic machine coordinate system, is the entry prohibited range.
  • Page 252: Precautions

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 15 Setting the Tool Entry Prohibited Range 15.2.9 Precautions (1) If the maximum value and minimum value of the stored stroke limit's prohibited range are set to the same value, the following will occur.
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  • Page 254: Setting The Deceleration Check

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  • Page 255: Function

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 16 Setting the Deceleration Check 16.1 Function The next block is executed after the axis is decelerated and stopped at the joint between the axis movement blocks. This is to reduce the machine shock and to prevent the corner roundness, at the time when the sudden change of the control axis feedrate occurs.
  • Page 256 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 16 Setting the Deceleration Check (b) Selecting the deceleration check method There are three methods for the deceleration check, and the method is selected by the parameter. 1) For the execution block with the rapid traverse command (G00/G53)
  • Page 257: Deceleration Check Method

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 16 Setting the Deceleration Check 16.2 Deceleration Check Method (1) Command deceleration check After interpolation for one block has been completed, the completion of the command system deceleration is confirmed before execution of the next block. The required time for the deceleration check is equal to the longest one of the deceleration check time for the simultaneously commanded axes, which are determined according to the acceleration/deceleration mode and time constant.
  • Page 258 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 16 Setting the Deceleration Check (2) Smoothing check method After the command deceleration check has been completed, the completion of all axes smoothing zero in the part system is confirmed before execution of the next block.
  • Page 259: Deceleration Check For Opposite Direction Movement Reversal

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 16 Setting the Deceleration Check 16.3 Deceleration Check for Opposite Direction Movement Reversal Deceleration check cannot be designated for G01 -> G00 or G01 -> G01, but it can be designated in the following manner only when the movement reverses to the opposite direction in successive blocks.
  • Page 260: Parameter

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 16 Setting the Deceleration Check 16.4 Parameter (1) Designating deceleration check Base specification parameter Item Details Setting range The definitions are changed with the setting of "#1306 InpsTyp 1193 inpos Deceleration check specification type".
  • Page 261 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 16 Setting the Deceleration Check (3) Designation of in-position check width (a) Servo parameter Item Details Setting range Set the in-position detection width. Set the accuracy required for the machine. SV024 In-position The lower the setting is, the higher the positioning 2224 0 to 32767 (μm)
  • Page 262: Relation With Other Functions

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 16 Setting the Deceleration Check 16.5 Relation with Other Functions (1) Tool compensation When the tool compensation is performed, the deceleration check will be operated on the block after compensation. (2) Control axis synchronization (G125), control axis superimposition (G126), arbitrary axis exchange (G140), arbitrary...
  • Page 263: Precautions

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 16 Setting the Deceleration Check 16.6 Precautions (1) When in-position check is valid, set the servo in-position width of the servo parameter. (2) This function is invalid for the axes in the automatic machine lock.
  • Page 264: Data Backup And Restoration

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  • Page 265 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 17 Data Backup and Restoration The data backup and the data restoration of the PLC CPU and the CNC CPU will be performed by the backup/restoration function of the GOT2000 series. The backup data will be saved in an SD card or a USB memory connected to the GOT2000 series.
  • Page 266: Backup

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 17 Data Backup and Restoration 17.1 Backup This section explains the procedures to back up NC data in a memory card. (1) Select "Data mng." on the GOT2000 utility main menu screen, and then select "Backup restoration".
  • Page 267 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 17 Data Backup and Restoration (3) The data will be saved in an SD card or a USB memory. IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 268: Restoration

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 17 Data Backup and Restoration 17.2 Restoration This section explains the procedures to restore NC data in a memory card. (1) Select "Data mng." on the GOT2000 utility main menu screen, and then select "Backup restoration".
  • Page 269 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 17 Data Backup and Restoration (3) The data stored in an SD card or a USB memory will be restored. IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 270: Appx.1: Protection Setting

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  • Page 271: Protect Setting Screen

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 18 Appx.1: Protection Setting According to the security level of the operator, a restriction with seven operation levels can be set. Restricting the operation level reduces a phenomenon in which defective workpieces run out due to an operation mistake. The operation level varies depending on the MTB specifications.
  • Page 272 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 18 Appx.1: Protection Setting Data to be protected Initial value Setting range Output Display items Change Objects to be protected (Note 1) Change Output Change Output Table for protection level setting on this screen...
  • Page 273: Returning The Password To The Non-Input State (Operation Level 0 To 3)

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 18 Appx.1: Protection Setting 18.2 Returning the Password to the Non-input State (Operation level 0 to 3) Operation Methods Press the menu [0-3 opn level]. The menu [0-3 opn level] is highlighted. The operation message "Change opn. level back to 0 to 3? (Y/ N)"...
  • Page 274: Changing The Password

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 18 Appx.1: Protection Setting 18.4 Changing the Password Operation Methods (Example) Change the password of operation level 4 from "OLDPASS" to "NEWPASS" Press the menu [Change pasword]. The menu [Change pasword] is highlighted. The operation message "Enter the current password." is displayed.
  • Page 275: Clearing The Password

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 18 Appx.1: Protection Setting 18.5 Clearing the Password Operation Methods (Example) Clear the password of operation level 4 Press the menu [Change pasword]. The menu [Change pasword] is highlighted. The operation message "Enter the current password." is displayed.
  • Page 276: Changing The Protection Level

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 18 Appx.1: Protection Setting 18.6 Changing the Protection Level Changing the protection level is available only for the data being set in the lower level than a current operation level. Operation Methods (Example) Change the "Available level" from "4" to "5"...
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  • Page 278: Appx.2: Emc Installation Guidelines

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  • Page 279: Introduction

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 19 Appx.2: EMC Installation Guidelines For details of the drive section (servo/spindle drive unit), refer to the "EMC Installation Guidelines" of instruction manuals for each drive unit. 19.1 Introduction EMC Directives became mandatory as of January 1, 1996. The subject products must have a CE mark attached indicating that the product complies with the Directives.
  • Page 280: Emc Measures

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 19 Appx.2: EMC Installation Guidelines 19.3 EMC Measures The main items relating to EMC measures include the following. (1) Store the device in a sealed metal panel. (2) Ground all conductors that are floating electrically. Decrease the impedance.
  • Page 281: Measures For Door

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 19 Appx.2: EMC Installation Guidelines 19.4.2 Measures for Door (1) Use metal for all members configuring the panel. (2) When joining the door, use a gasket to lower the impedance of the contacting sections, or use a structure with a large contact area as shown below.
  • Page 282: Measures For Wiring In Panel

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 19 Appx.2: EMC Installation Guidelines 19.5 Measures for Wiring in Panel Cables act as antennas to propagate unnecessary noise, and thus must be appropriately shielded and treated. The following measures must be sufficiently considered for the cables that carry out high-speed communication.
  • Page 283: Shield Treatment Of Cables

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 19 Appx.2: EMC Installation Guidelines 19.5.2 Shield Treatment of Cables Use shielded cables for the cables wired outside the panel. Use a shield clamp within 10cm of the lead-out port from the panel. (Refer to "EMC Countermeasure Parts: Shield Clamp Fitting".)
  • Page 284: Emc Countermeasure Parts

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 19 Appx.2: EMC Installation Guidelines 19.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts 19.6.1 Shield Clamp Fitting The effect can be improved by directly connecting the cable's shield sheath to the grounding plate as shown below. Install the grounding plate near the outlet (within 10cm) of each panel, and press against the grounding plate with the clamp fitting.
  • Page 285: Ferrite Core

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 19 Appx.2: EMC Installation Guidelines 19.6.2 Ferrite Core The ferrite core is mounted integrally with the plastic case. This can be installed with one touch without cutting the interface cable or power supply cable.
  • Page 286 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 19 Appx.2: EMC Installation Guidelines Ferrite Core Installation Method Connect the ferrite cores in the following manner. (1) Wind a cable once around the ferrite core. (2) Attach the case by pressing until a click sound is heard.
  • Page 287: Surge Absorber

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 19 Appx.2: EMC Installation Guidelines 19.6.3 Surge Absorber Make sure that the surge does not directly enter the AC line of the general-purpose stabilized power supply (user- prepared) supplying power to the control unit and DIO. Select the following product or equivalent for the surge absorber.
  • Page 288 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 19 Appx.2: EMC Installation Guidelines (2) Example of surge absorber installation An example of installing the surge absorber in the machine control panel is shown below. A short-circuit fault will occur in the surge absorber if a surge exceeding the tolerance is applied. Thus, install a circuit protection breaker in the stage before the surge absorber.
  • Page 289: Selection Of Stabilized Power Supply

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 19 Appx.2: EMC Installation Guidelines 19.6.4 Selection of Stabilized Power Supply Consider the following characteristics when selecting the stabilized power supply (prepared by machine manufacturer). Use a power supply that complies with CE Marking or that follows the safety standards given below.
  • Page 290: Appx.3: Restrictions For Lithium Batteries

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  • Page 291: Restriction For Packing

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 20 Appx.3: Restrictions for Lithium Batteries 20.1 Restriction for Packing When transporting lithium batteries with means such as by air transport, measures corresponding to the United Nations Dangerous Goods Regulations (hereafter called "UN Regulations") must be taken.
  • Page 292: Handling By User

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 20 Appx.3: Restrictions for Lithium Batteries 20.1.2 Handling by User The shipper must confirm the latest IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, IMDG Codes and laws and orders of the corresponding export country. These should be checked by the company commissioned for the actual transportation.
  • Page 293: Products Information Data Sheet (Er Battery)

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 20 Appx.3: Restrictions for Lithium Batteries 20.2 Products Information Data Sheet (ER Battery) MSDS system does not cover the product used in enclosed state. The ER battery described in this section applies to that product.
  • Page 294 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 20 Appx.3: Restrictions for Lithium Batteries (6) Physical/chemical properties Physical form Solid Shape Cylinder type Smell Odorless Not applicable (insoluble) Appearance Boiling point/Boiling range, Melting point, No information Decomposition temperature, Flash point (7) Stability and reactivity Stability Stable under normal handling condition.
  • Page 295: Forbiddance Of Transporting Lithium Battery By Passenger Aircraft Provided In The Code Of Federal Regulation

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 20 Appx.3: Restrictions for Lithium Batteries 20.3 Forbiddance of Transporting Lithium Battery by Passenger Aircraft Provided in the Code of Federal Regulation This regulation became effective from Dec.29, 2004. This law is a domestic law of the United States, however it also applies to the domestic flight and international flight departing from or arriving in the United States.
  • Page 296: Restriction Related To Eu Battery Directive

    C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 20 Appx.3: Restrictions for Lithium Batteries 20.5 Restriction Related to EU Battery Directive EU Battery Directive (2006/66/EC) has been enforced since September 26th in 2008. Hereby, battery and machinery incorporating battery marketed in European Union countries must be in compliance with the EU Battery Directive.
  • Page 297 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 20 Appx.3: Restrictions for Lithium Batteries IB-1501452-C...
  • Page 298: Appx.4: Precautions For Compliance To Ul/C-Ul Standards

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  • Page 299 C80 Series Connection and Setup Manual 21 Appx.4: Precautions for Compliance to UL/c-UL Standards (1) Selection of external 24VDC power supply unit (The unit shall be prepared by the machine tool builder.) This NC system complies with the UL Standards on the condition that the stabilized power supply unit supplying 24VDC to each unit is a UL-approved part of SELV/limited power LPS or Class 2.
  • Page 300 - 12.5.2 Setting the DIP Switch Other mistakes were corrected. Sep. 2018 IB(NA)1501452-C The descriptions were revised corresponding to S/W version B0 of MITSUBISHI CNC C80 series. Added the following chapter. - 4.10 GOT (Panel Cut Dimensions) - 13 Setting of Inter-CPU Features - 18 Appx.1: Protection Setting...
  • Page 301 TEL: +420-59-5691-185 / FAX: +420-59-5691-199 BRAZIL Russia Service Center MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC RUSSIA LLC Mitsubishi Electric do Brasil Comércio e Serviços Ltda. LETNIKOVSKAYA STREET 2, BLD.1, 5TH 115114 MOSCOW, RUSSIA Votorantim Office TEL: +7-495-721-2070 / FAX: +7-495-721-2071 AV. GISELE CONSTANTINO,1578, PARQUE BELA VISTA, VOTORANTIM-SP, BRAZIL CEP:18.110-650...
  • Page 302 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION (CHINA) LTD. (CHINA FA CENTER) Singapore Service Center China Shanghai Service Center 307 ALEXANDRA ROAD #05-01/02 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC BUILDING SINGAPORE 159943 1-3,5-10,18-23/F, NO.1386 HONG QIAO ROAD, CHANG NING QU, TEL: +65-6473-2308 / FAX: +65-6476-7439 SHANGHAI 200336, CHINA...
  • Page 303 Every effort has been made to keep up with software and hardware revisions in the contents described in this manual. However, please understand that in some unavoidable cases simultaneous revision is not possible. Please contact your Mitsubishi Electric dealer with any questions or comments regarding the use of this product.