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C6/C64/C64T
PLC INTERFACE MANUAL
BNP-B2261E(ENG)

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  • Page 1 C6/C64/C64T PLC INTERFACE MANUAL BNP-B2261E(ENG)
  • Page 2 MELDAS is a registered trademark of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. Other company and product names that appear in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective company.
  • Page 3 Introduction This manual describes the various signal interfaces and functions required when creating MELDAS C6/C64/C64T sequence programs (built-in PLC). Read this manual thoroughly before programming. Thoroughly study the "Safety Precautions" on the following page to ensure safe use of the MELDAS C6/C64/C64T.
  • Page 4 Precautions for Safety Always read the specifications issued by the machine manufacturer, this manual, related manuals and attached documents before installation, operation, programming, maintenance or inspection to ensure correct use. Understand this numerical controller, safety items and cautions before using the unit. This manual ranks the safety precautions into "DANGER", "WARNING"...
  • Page 5 CAUTION 3. Items related to design Always turn the spindle phase synchronization complete signal ON before chucking both ends of the workpiece to the basic spindle and synchronous spindle. If the spindle phase synchronization signal is turned ON when both ends of the workpiece are chucked to the basic spindle and synchronous spindle, the chuck or workpiece could be damaged by the torsion that occurs during phase alignment.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS OUTLINE ......................SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ................Relation of RIO Unit and Devices ............2.1.1 DIO Specification Setting Switch ..........2.1.2 Rotary Switch for Channel No. Setting ........2.1.3 Relation of Connector Pins and Devices ........Outline of Digital Signal Input Circuit ............. Outline of Digital Signal Output Circuit ..........
  • Page 7: Outline

    1. OUTLINE This manual is prepared to assist you to understand the various control signals necessary for creating the built-in sequence for the MELDAS C6/C64/C64T. The manual is composed as shown below. Refer to related sections as necessary to gain the maximum benefit from the manual.
  • Page 8: System Configuration

    Max. output: 256 points (Y100 to Y1FF) Machine control signals (Note) Refer to the following document for details on the PLC development with the MELSEC PLC development tool. MELDAS C6/C64 PLC Programming Manual (Ladder section with MELSEC tool) ....BNP-B2309...
  • Page 9: Relation Of Rio Unit And Devices

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.1 Relation of RIO Unit and Devices 2.1 Relation of RIO Unit and Devices The remote I/O units (hereafter RIO unit) connected to the RIO-M or RIO-M/S have different specifications respectively as shown below. Each unit has a rotary switch for setting the unit No., and for establishing a relation with the device No.
  • Page 10: Dio Specification Setting Switch

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.1 Relation of RIO Unit and Devices No. of remote I/O unit input/output points Unit model Compatible machine control signal Left Right Total DX10* Digital input signal (DI) (Photocoupler insulation) 32 points — 32 points (FCUA-DX10*) Digital output signal (DO) (Non-insulated) 32 points 32 points DX11*...
  • Page 11: Rotary Switch For Channel No. Setting

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.1 Relation of RIO Unit and Devices 2.1.2 Rotary Switch for Channel No. Setting Rotary switch for setting No. of channels (3) Set between 0 and 7. The device used by the PLC is determined by the setting of the rotary switch for setting the No. of channels.
  • Page 12: Relation Of Connector Pins And Devices

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.1 Relation of RIO Unit and Devices 2.1.3 Relation of Connector Pins and Device (1) Input (DI) signal ((1)/(8)) Set rotary switch to 1 Set rotary switch to 0 Connector for contact input (DI) ((1)/(8)) B20 pin A20 pin A01 pin B01 pin...
  • Page 13 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.1 Relation of RIO Unit and Devices (2) Output (DO) signal ((4)/(9)) Set rotary switch to 0 Set rotary switch to 1 Connector for contact input (DO) ((4)/(9)) B20 pin A20 pin +24V +24V B01 pin A01 pin +24V +24V Stabilized...
  • Page 14: Outline Of Digital Signal Input Circuit

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.2 Outline of Digital Signal Input Circuit 2.2 Outline of Digital Signal Input Circuit There is a sink type digital signal input circuit and source type digital signal input circuit. Either method can be selected with each unit's card unit. Input circuit DI-L/DI-R ((1)/(8)) (Machine side)
  • Page 15 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.2 Outline of Digital Signal Input Circuit Input conditions The input signal must be used within the conditions shown below. Sink type Input voltage when external contact is ON 6V or less Input current when external contact is ON 9mA or more Input voltage when external contact is OFF 20V or more, 25.2V or less...
  • Page 16: Outline Of Digital Signal Output Circuit

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.3 Outline of Digital Signal Output Circuit 2.3 Outline of Digital Signal Output Circuit There is a sink type (DX1*0) digital signal output circuit and source type (DX1*1) digital signal output circuit. Use this circuit within the range shown below. Output circuit (Machine side) DO-L/DO-R ((4)/(9))
  • Page 17: Outline Of Analog Signal Output Circuit

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.4 Outline of Analog Signal Output Circuit 2.4 Outline of Analog Signal Output Circuit The analog signal circuit can be used only with the FCUA-DX120/DX121/DX140/DX141 unit. Output circuit 220Ω Output conditions Output voltage 0V to ±10V (±5%) Resolution 12 bit (±10V x n/4096) (Note) 10k Ω...
  • Page 18: Fixed Signals

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.6 Fixed Signals 2.6 Fixed Signals The connector pin Nos. in the input signals that are fixed are shown below. The pin No. cannot be changed because the signals are fixed in the controller. Signal name Connector Signal name Connector Emergency stop...
  • Page 19: Changing The Addresses Of Fixed Signals

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.6 Fixed Signals 2.6.2 Changing the Addresses of Fixed Signals The fixed devices can be allocated arbitrarily with the following parameters. The parameters #2073 to #2075 are valid when 1 is set in #1226 aux10 bit 5. When the parameters #2073 to #2075 are valid, do not set the same device number.
  • Page 20: Flow Of Signals

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.7 Flow of Signals 2.7 Flow of Signals Controller Sequence program Signal in controller D.D.B. High-speed program (per 7.1ms) Signal in controller Input/output signal with Input controller and machine (X, Y) Main program Output (Scan time with program size) Transfer at head of main program...
  • Page 21: List Of Devices Used

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.8 List of Devices Used 2.8 List of Devices Used The devices used by the PLC are shown below. Device No. of device X, Y, B, W and H are indicated with hexadecimal, the others with decimal. Device Device range Units...
  • Page 22: File Register General Map

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.9 File Register General Map 2.9 File Register General Map System common NC -> PLC R4000 User area (non-backup) R100 System common PLC -> NC R4100 R200 Part system control NC -> PLC R4200 R300 Max. 7 part systems R4300 R400 R4400...
  • Page 23: Input/output Signals With Machine

    3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE 3.1 How to Read Input/Output Signal Table 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE 3.1 How to Read Input/Output Signal Table The method of reading the input/output signal table is shown below. Each card mounted on the RIO unit uses 32 points. Thus, even the 16 point output card has 32 points, and the head of the next card number will be a serial No.
  • Page 24: Classification Of Machine Input/output Signals

    3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE 3.2 Classification of Machine Input/Output Signals 3.2 Classification of Machine Input/Output Signals The signals handled by the PLC are classified as shown below. Refer to the following table when making allocations during design. Allocation Signal type Explanation table (1) Allocated to device X.
  • Page 25 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Input Signal (X) from Machine RIO-M No.0: First card Input Signal Table from Machine Table 3-1-1 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector RIO-M No.1: Second card Table 3-1-2...
  • Page 26 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Input Signal (X) from Machine RIO-M No.2: Third card Input Signal Table from Machine Table 3-1-3 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector RIO-M No.3: Fourth card Table 3-1-4...
  • Page 27 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Input Signal (X) from Machine RIO-M No.4: Fifth card Input Signal Table from Machine Table 3-1-5 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector RIO-M No.5: Sixth card...
  • Page 28 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Input Signal (X) from Machine RIO-M No.6: Seventh card Input Signal Table from Machine Table 3-1-7 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector RIO-M No.7: Eighth card...
  • Page 29 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Input Signal (X) from Machine RIO-M/S No.0: First card Input Signal Table from Machine Table 3-2-1 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector X100 X108 X101 X109 X102 X10A X103 X10B X104 X10C...
  • Page 30 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Input Signal (X) from Machine RIO-M/S No.2: Third card Input Signal Table from Machine Table 3-2-3 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector X140 X148 X141 X149 X142 X14A X143 X14B X144 X14C...
  • Page 31 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Input Signal (X) from Machine RIO-M/S No.4: Fifth card Input Signal Table from Machine Table 3-2-5 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector X180 X188 X181 X189 X182 X18A X183 X18B X184 X18C...
  • Page 32 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Input Signal (X) from Machine RIO-M/S No.6: Seventh card Input Signal Table from Machine Table 3-2-7 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector X1C0 X1C8 X1C1 X1C9 X1C2 X1CA X1C3 X1CB X1C4 X1CC...
  • Page 33 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Input Signal (X) from Machine Table of Input Signal from Machine Built-in DI The X400 to X40F signal assignments are fixed. Table 3-3 (1) When power failure backup module is not mounted Device Abbreviation Signal name Device...
  • Page 34 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Output Signal (Y) to Machine Output Signal Table to Machine RIO-M No.0: First card Table 3-4-1 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector RIO-M No.1: Second card Table 3-4-2...
  • Page 35 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Output Signal (Y) to Machine RIO-M No.2: Third card Output Signal Table to Machine Table 3-4-3 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector RIO-M No.3: Fourth card Table 3-4-4...
  • Page 36 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Output Signal (Y) to Machine RIO-M No.4: Fifth card Output Signal Table to Machine Table 3-4-5 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector RIO-M No.5: Sixth card Table 3-4-6...
  • Page 37 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Output Signal (Y) to Machine RIO-M No.6: Seventh card Output Signal Table to Machine Table 3-4-7 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector RIO-M No.7: Eighth card Table 3-4-8...
  • Page 38 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Output Signal (Y) to Machine RIO-M/S No.0: First card Output Signal Table to Machine Table 3-5-1 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Y100 Y108 Y101 Y109 Y102 Y10A Y103 Y10B Y104 Y10C...
  • Page 39 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Output Signal (Y) to Machine RIO-M/S No.2: Third card Output Signal Table to Machine Table 3-5-3 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Y140 Y148 Y141 Y149 Y142 Y14A Y143 Y14B Y144 Y14C...
  • Page 40 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Output Signal (Y) to Machine RIO-M/S No.4: Fifth card Output Signal Table to Machine Table 3-5-5 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Y180 Y188 Y181 Y189 Y182 Y18A Y183 Y18B Y184 Y18C...
  • Page 41 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Output Signal (Y) to Machine RIO-M/S No.6: Seventh card Output Signal Table to Machine Table 3-5-7 Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Device Abbreviation Signal name Connector Y1C0 Y1C8 Y1C1 Y1C9 Y1C2 Y1CA Y1C3 Y1CB Y1C4 Y1CC...
  • Page 42 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Table of Output Signal (Y) to Machine Table of Output Signal to Machine Built-in DO The Y400 to Y40F signal assignments are fixed. Table 3-6 Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Servo ready complete Not used Y400 Y408...
  • Page 43 3. INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH MACHINE Operation board remote I/O input/output signal table Operation board remote I/O CR05 Communication terminal input/output signal table Table 3-7 Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Expansion operation board R190 input #1 Expansion operation board R191 (R90 Bit8: board reset output #1...
  • Page 44: Table Of Input/output Signals With Controller

    4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER 4.1 How to Read Input/Output Signal Table 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER 4.1 How to Read Input/Output Signal Table How to read input/output signal table is shown below. Head device of each card Interface table Input R Controller ->...
  • Page 45: Classification Of Input/output Signals With Controller

    4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER 4.2 Classification of Input/Output Signals with Controller 4.2 Classification of Input/Output Signals with Controller There are 1-bit unit, and 16-bit or 32-bit unit controller input/output signals, which are classified as shown below. Refer to the following allocation tables for the signal allocations. Signal type Allocation table Explanation...
  • Page 46 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input X Controller->PLC (Common to system) Table 4-1-1 Device Abbrev. Signal name Device Abbrev. Signal name X410 X418 SKIP0 Input signal state X411 X419 SKIP1 Input signal state X412 X41A SKIP2 Input signal state X413 X41B SKIP3 Input signal state...
  • Page 47 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input X Controller->PLC (Axis state signal) Table 4-1-2 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th Signal details axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis X440 X460 X480 X4A0 X4C0 X4E0 X500 X520 X540 X560 X580 X5A0 X5C0 X5E0 Servo ready X441 X461 X481 X4A1 X4C1 X4E1 X501 X521 X541 X561 X581 X5A1 X5C1 X5E1 Axis select output...
  • Page 48 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input X Controller->PLC (Part system state signal) Table 4-1-3 system Abbrev. Signal details system system system system system system X600 X680 X700 X780 X800 X880 X900 In jog mode X601 X681 X701 X781 X801...
  • Page 49 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input X Controller->PLC (Part system state signal) Table 4-1-4 system Abbrev. Signal details system system system system system system X630 X6B0 X730 X7B0 X830 X8B0 X930 X631 X6B1 X731 X7B1 X831 X8B1 X931 X632...
  • Page 50 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input X Controller->PLC (Part system state signal) Table 4-1-5 system Abbrev. Signal details system system system system system system X660 X6E0 X760 X7E0 X860 X8E0 X960 PSW1 Position switch 1 X661 X6E1 X761 X7E1...
  • Page 51 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input X PLC->Controller (Spindle state signal) Table 4-1-6 spindle Abbrev. Signal details spindle spindle spindle spindle spindle spindle X980 X9B0 X9E0 XA10 XA40 XA70 XAA0 X981 X9B1 X9E1 XA11 XA41 XA71 XAA1 X982 X9B2...
  • Page 52 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input R Controller->PLC (System) Table 4-2-1 Device Abbrev. Signal details Device Abbrev. Signal details Analog input Analog input Analog input Analog input (Display release) Display information KEY IN 1 (Full key) Device Abbrev.
  • Page 53 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input R Controller->PLC (Data per part system) Table 4-2-2 Signal details system system system system system system system R200 R300 R400 R500 R600 R700 R800 R201 R301 R401 R501 R601 R701 R801 R202 R302...
  • Page 54 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input R Controller->PLC (Data per part system) Table 4-2-3 Signal details system system system system system system system R240 R340 R440 R540 R640 R740 R840 No. of work machining (current value) R241 R341 R441...
  • Page 55 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input R Controller->PLC (Data per part system) Table 4-2-4 Signal details system system system system system system system R270 R370 R470 R570 R670 R770 R870 Macro interface output for each part system #1132 Controller →...
  • Page 56 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input R Controller->PLC (Axis data) Table 4-2-5 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th Signal details axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis R1600 R1650 R1700 R1750 R1800 R1850 R1900 R1950 R2000 R2050 R2100 R2150 R2200 R2250 Thermal displacement compensation amount R1601 R1651 R1701 R1751 R1801 R1851 R1901 R1951 R2001 R2051 R2101 R2151 R2201 R2251...
  • Page 57 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input R Controller->PLC (Axis data) Table 4-2-6 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th Signal details axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis R1630 R1680 R1730 R1780 R1830 R1880 R1930 R1980 R2030 R2080 R2130 R2180 R2230 R2280 R1631 R1681 R1731 R1781 R1831 R1881 R1931 R1981 R2031 R2081 R2131 R2181 R2231 R2281 R1632 R1682 R1732 R1782 R1832 R1882 R1932 R1982 R2032 R2082 R2132 R2182 R2232 R2282 R1633 R1683 R1733 R1783 R1833 R1883 R1933 R1983 R2033 R2083 R2133 R2183 R2233 R2283...
  • Page 58 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input R Controller −> PLC (Spindle command) Table 4-2-7 Signal details spindle spindle spindle spindle spindle spindle spindle R3000 R3030 R3060 R3090 R3120 R3150 R3180 Spindle command rotation speed input R3001 R3031 R3061 R3091 R3121 R3151 R3181 R3002 R3032 R3062 R3092 R3122 R3152 R3182 Spindle command final data R3003 R3033 R3063 R3093 R3123 R3153 R3183 (Rotation speed) R3004 R3034 R3064 R3094 R3124 R3154 R3184...
  • Page 59 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Input R Controller->PLC (MR-J2-CT control status) Table 4-2-8 Signal details axis axis axis axis axis axis axis R3500 R3504 R3508 R3512 R3516 R3520 R3524 J2CT control status 4 R3501 R3505 R3509 R3513 R3517 R3521 R3525 J2CT control status 3 R3502 R3506 R3510 R3514 R3518 R3522 R3526 J2CT control status 2...
  • Page 60 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output Y PLC->Controller (Common to system) Table 4-3-1 Device Abbrev. Signal details Device Abbrev. Signal details Y410 Y418 *KEY1 Data protect key 1 Y411 Y419 *KEY2 Data protect key 2 Y412 Y41A *KEY3 Data protect key 3...
  • Page 61 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output Y PLC->Controller (Axis state signal) Table 4-3-2 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th axis B Signal details axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis Y440 Y470 Y4A0 Y4D0 Y500 Y530 Y560 Y590 Y5C0 Y5F0 Y620 Y650 Y680 Y6B0 Control axis removal Y441 Y471 Y4A1 Y4D1 Y501 Y531 Y561 Y591 Y5C1 Y5F1 Y621 Y651 Y681 Y6B1 * Servo OFF Y442 Y472 Y4A2 Y4D2 Y502 Y532 Y562 Y592 Y5C2 Y5F2 Y622 Y652 Y682 Y6B2...
  • Page 62 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output Y PLC->Controller (Part system state signal) Table 4-3-3 system Abbrev. Signal details system system system system system system Y700 Y7E0 Y8C0 Y9A0 YA80 YB60 YC40 Jog mode Y701 Y7E1 Y8C1 Y9A1 YA81 YB61...
  • Page 63 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output Y PLC->Controller (Part system state signal) Table 4-3-4 system Abbrev. Signal details system system system system system system Y730 Y810 Y8F0 Y9D0 YAB0 YB90 YC70 ZSL1 Reference point position select 1 Y731 Y811 Y8F1...
  • Page 64 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output Y PLC->Controller (Part system state signal) Table 4-3-5 system Abbrev. Signal details system system system system system system Y760 Y840 Y920 YA00 YAE0 YBC0 YCA0 *FV1 Cutting feedrate override 1 Y761 Y841 Y921...
  • Page 65 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output Y PLC->Controller (Part system state signal) Table 4-3-6 system Abbrev. Signal details system system system system system system Y790 Y870 Y950 YA30 YB10 YBF0 YCD0 CX11 Manual random feed 1st axis Axis No.1 Y791 Y871 Y951...
  • Page 66 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output Y PLC->Controller (Part system state signal) Table 4-3-7 system Abbrev. Signal details system system system system system system Y7C0 Y8A0 Y980 YA60 YB40 YC20 YD00 Y7C1 Y8A1 Y981 YA61 YB41 YC21 YD01 Y7C2...
  • Page 67 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output Y PLC->Controller (Spindle state signal) Table 4-3-8 spindle Abbrev. Signal details spindle spindle spindle spindle spindle spindle YD20 YD50 YD80 YDB0 YDE0 YE10 YE40 YD21 YD51 YD81 YDB1 YDE1 YE11 YE41 YD22 YD52...
  • Page 68 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output Y As for the following signals, initial values at power ON are different depending on the model. C6/C64 : “1” is set when the power is turned ON. If the following signals are not used, processing by PLC is not necessary.
  • Page 69 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output R PLC->Controller (System) Table 4-4-1 Device Abbrev. Signal details Device Abbrev. Signal details R100 Analog output R110 Part system designation for TSRH command R101 Analog output R111 R102 Analog output R112 KEY OUT 1 R103...
  • Page 70 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output R PLC->Controller (System) Table 4-4-2 Device Abbrev. Signal details Device Abbrev. Signal details R160 User PLC version code R170 (method 2) R161 R171 R162 R172 R163 R173 R164 R174 R165 R175 R166 R176...
  • Page 71 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output R PLC->Controller (Data per part system) Table 4-4-3 Signal details system system system system system system system R900 R1000 R1100 R1200 R1300 R1400 R1500 1st cutting feedrate override R901 R1001 R1101 R1201 R1301...
  • Page 72 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output R PLC->Controller (Data per part system) Table 4-4-4 Signal details system system system system system system system R940 R1040 R1140 R1240 R1340 R1440 R1540 No. of work machining (maximum value) R941 R1041 R1141...
  • Page 73 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output R PLC->Controller (Data per part system) Table 4-4-5 Signal details system system system system system system system R980 R1080 R1180 R1280 R1380 R1480 R1580 R981 R1081 R1181 R1281 R1381 R1481 R1581 R982 R1082...
  • Page 74 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output R PLC->Controller (Axis data) Table 4-4-6 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th Signal details axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis R2300 R2350 R2400 R2450 R2500 R2550 R2600 R2650 R2700 R2750 R2800 R2850 R2900 R2950 External machine coordinate system compensation data R2301 R2351 R2401 R2451 R2501 R2551 R2601 R2651 R2701 R2751 R2801 R2851 R2901 R2951...
  • Page 75 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output R PLC->Controller (Axis data) Table 4-4-7 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th Signal details axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis axis R2330 R2380 R2430 R2480 R2530 R2580 R2630 R2680 R2730 R2780 R2830 R2880 R2930 R2980 R2331 R2381 R2431 R2481 R2531 R2581 R2631 R2681 R2731 R2781 R2831 R2881 R2931 R2981 R2332 R2382 R2432 R2482 R2532 R2582 R2632 R2682 R2732 R2782 R2832 R2882 R2932 R2982 R2333 R2383 R2433 R2483 R2533 R2583 R2633 R2683 R2733 R2783 R2833 R2883 R2933 R2983...
  • Page 76 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output R PLC->Controller (Spindle command) Table 4-4-8 Signal details axis axis axis axis axis axis axis R3210 R3240 R3270 R3300 R3330 R3360 R3390 Spindle command rotation speed output R3211 R3241 R3271 R3301 R3331 R3361 R3391 R3212 R3242 R3272 R3302 R3332 R3362 R3392 R3213 R3243 R3273 R3303 R3333 R3363 R3393 R3214 R3244 R3274 R3304 R3334 R3364 R3394...
  • Page 77 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Output R PLC->Controller (MR-J2-CT control command) Table 4-4-9 Signal details axis axis axis axis axis axis axis R3600 R3606 R3612 R3618 R3624 R3630 R3636 J2CT control command 4 R3601 R3607 R3613 R3619 R3625 R3631 R3637 J2CT control command 3 R3602 R3608 R3614 R3620 R3626 R3632 R3638 J2CT control command 2...
  • Page 78 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Special Relay SM Special relay Table 4-5-1 Device Abbrev. Signal name Device Abbrev. Signal name SM10 SM11 SM12 CARRY Carry flag SM13 SM14 SM15 Device Abbrev. Signal name Device Abbrev. Signal name SM16 THER Temperature rise warning SM24...
  • Page 79 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Special Relay SM Special relay Table 4-5-2 Device Abbrev. Signal name Device Abbrev. Signal name SM64 DSPRQ Tool registration and Life SM72 screen display request SM65 LSTIN Life management data setting SM73 prohibited SM66...
  • Page 80 4. TABLE OF INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS WITH CONTROLLER Interface Table Special Register SD Special register Table 4-5-3 Device Abbrev. Signal name Device Abbrev. Signal name SD10 SD11 SD12 SD13 SD14 SD15 Device Abbrev. Signal name Device Abbrev. Signal name SD16 SD24 SD17 SD25 SD18...
  • Page 81: Other Devices

    5. OTHER DEVICES 5.1 Devices 5. OTHER DEVICES 5.1 Devices In addition to X, Y, and R, SM, SD devices described above, the following devices exist: Name Symbol Description Internal relay (1) Internal and latch relays are auxiliary relays in the sequence Latch relay that cannot directly be output to the external.
  • Page 82 5. OTHER DEVICES 5.1 Devices <Format 1> <Internal relay> Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name...
  • Page 83 5. OTHER DEVICES 5.1 Devices <Format 2> <Internal relay> Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name...
  • Page 84 5. OTHER DEVICES 5.1 Devices <Format 3> <Latch relay> Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name...
  • Page 85 5. OTHER DEVICES 5.1 Devices <Format 4> <Timer> Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name...
  • Page 86 5. OTHER DEVICES 5.1 Devices <Format 5> 16-bit unit <Timer numerical value setting data output> Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name...
  • Page 87 5. OTHER DEVICES 5.1 Devices <Format 6> <Counter> Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name <Format 7> 16-bit unit <Counter numerical value setting data> Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation...
  • Page 88 5. OTHER DEVICES 5.1 Devices <Format 8> 16-bit unit <Data register> Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name...
  • Page 89 5. OTHER DEVICES 5.1 Devices <Format 9> 16-bit unit <File register> Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name Device Abbreviation Signal name...
  • Page 90: Explanation Of Interface Signals

    6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS The signals are explained in order of the tables of input/output signals with the controller as shown below. 6.1 PLC input signals (bit type: X***) 6.2 PLC input signals (data type: R***) 6.3 PLC output signals (bit type: Y***) 6.4 PLC output signals (data type: R***) 6.5 Special relay/register signals (SM**, SD**)
  • Page 91: Plc Input Signals (bit Type: X***)

    6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) 6-1-2...
  • Page 92 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact CONTROLLER READY — X420 — — COMPLETE [Function] This signal indicates that the controller is ready for normal operation. [Operation] The signal turns ON when: (1) The controller starts working successfully after it is turned ON or when no OFF-condition exists.
  • Page 93 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — DOOR OPEN ENABLE X429 — — DROPNS [Function] This signal notifies the PLC that the drive power to all axes is turned OFF due to "Door open" signal, or that the same status is canceled.
  • Page 94 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact IN SPINDLE SYNCHRONOUS — SPSYN1 X42A — — CONTROL [Function] This signal informs that the spindle synchronous control mode has been entered. [Operation] The signal turns ON when: •...
  • Page 95 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SPINDLE PHASE — FSPPH SYNCHRONIZATION X42C — — COMPLETE [Function] This signal informs that the spindle synchronization state is entered. [Operation] The signal turns ON when: •...
  • Page 96 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact CHUCK CLOSE — SPCMP X42D — — CONFIRMATION [Function] This signal informs that chuck close (SPCMPC: Y431) is input during spindle synchronous control. [Operation] This signal turns ON when the "Chuck close"...
  • Page 97 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X42F — — BATTERY ALARM BATAL [Function] This signal notifies that the voltage of the data storage battery in the controller or the battery supplying to the absolute position detector has dropped below the specified value.
  • Page 98 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X430 — — ALARM 1 [Function] This signal informs that system error occured in the controller. [Operation] If "watch dog error", "memory parity check error", etc.
  • Page 99 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact — SERVO READY nTH AXIS RDY1~14 X440 X460 X480 [Function] This signal indicates that the drive section of the nth axis is ready for operation. [Operation] The signal turns ON when: (1) The power supply of the controller is turned ON and the diagnosis on the servo system has...
  • Page 100 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact — X441 X461 X481 AXIS SELECT OUTPUT AX1~AX14 [Function] This signal indicates that motion command is issued to the control axis. [Operation] This signal turns ON and OFF as follows: (1) Automatic operation...
  • Page 101 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact — X442 X462 X482 PLUS MOTION (+) MVP1~14 [Function] This signal indicates that the specified axial motion is in plus (+) direction. This signal is available per control axis, and the last number of the signal abbreviation indicates the control axis No.
  • Page 102 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact 1ST REFERENCE POINT — X444 X464 X484 ZP11~ZP114 REACHED, nTH AXIS [Function] This signal indicates that the axial component of the nth axis is ON the 1st reference point. This signal is available per control axis, and the last number of the signal abbreviation indicates the control axis No.
  • Page 103 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact 2ND REFERENCE POINT — X445 X465 X485 ZP21~ZP214 REACHED, nTH AXIS [Function] This signal indicates that the axial component of the nth axis is ON the 2nd reference point. This signal is available per control axis, and the last number of the signal abbreviation indicates the control axis No.
  • Page 104 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact NEAR 1ST REFERENCE — X448 X468 X488 NRFn POINT nTH AXIS [Function] This signal indicates that the control axis is near the 1st reference point in the absolute position detection system.
  • Page 105 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact — ARRFn UP-TO-SPEED nTH AXIS X449 X469 X480 [Function] This signal is indicates that the actual axis feedrate has reached the feedrate commanded for each axis.
  • Page 106 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact ZERO POINT INITIALIZATION — X44A X46A X48A ZSFn COMPLETED nTH AXIS [Function] This signal notifies that the basic machine coordinate system has been set (established) during zero point initialization using the marked point alignment method in the absolute position detection system.
  • Page 107 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact ZERO POINT INITIALIZATION ZSEn X44B X46B X48B — ERROR COMPLETED nTH AXIS [Function] This signal is output when initialization is not possible during the marked point alignment method of the absolute position detection system.
  • Page 108 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact IN ZERO POINT — X44C X46C X48C INITIALIZATION [Function] This signal is output when zero point initialization is being carried out in the absolute position detection system.
  • Page 109 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact — UNCLAMP COMMAND X450 X470 X490 [Function] This signal is output when movement of the axis selected as the index table indexing axis is commanded.
  • Page 110 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X600 X680 X700 IN JOG MODE [Function] This signal indicates that JOG mode is selected. [Operation] Mode is changed to JOG mode from other mode after "All-axis smoothing zero"...
  • Page 111 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — IN INCREMENTAL MODE X602 X682 X702 [Function] This signal indicates that INCREMENTAL mode is selected. [Operation] Mode is changed to INCREMENTAL mode from other mode after "All-axis smoothing zero"...
  • Page 112 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact IN REFERENCE POINT — X604 X684 X704 ZRNO RETURN MODE [Function] This signal indicates that REFERENCE POINT RETURN mode is selected. [Operation] Mode is changed from other mode to REFERENCE POINT RETURN mode after "All-axis smoothing zero"...
  • Page 113 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X608 X688 X708 IN MEMORY MODE MEMO [Function] This signal indicates that MEMORY mode is selected. [Operation] Mode is changed from other mode to MEMORY mode after "All-axis smoothing zero"...
  • Page 114 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — IN AUTO OPERATION "RUN" OP X612 X692 X712 [Function] This signal indicates that the controller is in automatic operation caused by "Automatic operation "start"...
  • Page 115 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact IN AUTO OPERATION — X613 X693 X713 "START" [Function] This signal informs the PLC that the controller is started by automatic operation start and motion command or M, S, T processing is in execution.
  • Page 116 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact IN AUTO OPERATION — X614 X694 X714 "PAUSE" [Function] This signal informs that the controller operation has been stopped due to "Automatic operation "pause"...
  • Page 117 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X615 X695 X715 IN "RESET" [Function] This signal informs that the controller is in reset condition. [Operation] The signal turns ON: (1) For about 4~5 sec after the power is turned ON.
  • Page 118 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X617 X697 X717 IN REWIND [Function] This signal informs that the controller is indexing the memory mode. [Operation] The signal turns ON when "Reset &...
  • Page 119 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact MOTION COMMAND — X618 X698 X718 COMPLETE [Function] This signal notifies that the commanded motion has been completed by the controller. In the machining program when the motion command and miscellaneous function (M, S, T) command are specified in the same block, this signal can be used as a synchronization signal to determine whether miscellaneous function command is executed simultaneously with or after the...
  • Page 120 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — ALL-AXIS IN-POSITION X619 X699 X719 TINP [Function] This signal informs the PLC that the all axes components of the controller are in commanded positions.
  • Page 121 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact ALL-AXIS SMOOTHING — X61A X69A X71A TSMZ ZERO [Function] This signal informs the PLC that there is no delay (caused by the acceleration/deceleration time constants) in any of the controller control axis command system.
  • Page 122 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact MANUAL RANDOM FEED — X61C X69C X71C CXFIN COMPLETE [Function] This signal is output when motion commanded in manual random feed mode is completed. [Operation] The signal turns ON when: (1) Motion commanded in manual random feed mode is completed.
  • Page 123 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — IN RAPID TRAVERSE X620 X6A0 X720 [Function] This signal is output during rapid traverse motion in automatic operation (memory, MDI). [Operation] (1) The signal is ON when: •...
  • Page 124 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X621 X6A1 X721 IN CUTTING FEED [Function] This signal informs that given motion command is executed for cutting feed in automatic operation (memory, MDI).
  • Page 125 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X622 X6A2 X722 IN TAPPING [Function] This signal informs that commanded motion in automatic operation (memory, MDI) is executed in canned tapping cycle, or tapping mode is selected for execution of commanded motion.
  • Page 126 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — IN SYNCHRONOUS FEED X624 X6A4 X724 [Function] This signal is output during execution of synchronous feed command. [Operation] The signal turns ON when: (1) Synchronous feed command (G94) is given.
  • Page 127 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X626 X6A6 X726 IN SKIP SKIP [Function] This signal is output while skip command (G31) is being executed. [Operation] The signal turns ON when: (1) Skip command (G31) is being executed with automatic operation.
  • Page 128 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X62A X6AA X72A F1-DIGIT COMMANDED F1DN [Function] This signal informs that the controller uses F1-digit commands (F1~F5) to control operation. [Operation] The signal turns ON when: (1) F1-digit command (F1~F5) is selected for feedrate command currently being executed.
  • Page 129 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X62E X6AE X72E TOOL LIFE OVER TLOV [Function] This signal notifies the PLC that the lives of all tools in the same group have reached (usage data ≥ life data).
  • Page 130 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) [Related signals] (1) Tool change reset (TRST: Y78C) (2) Tool function strobe 1 (TF1: X650) (3) In tool life management (TLFO: X62B) (4) New tool change (TCRQ: X64C) (5) Tool life management group (R238) (6) Tool life usage data (R244, 245) B con-...
  • Page 131 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X635 X6B5 X735 SEARCH & START (ERROR) [Function] This signal is output when the program No. to be searched with search & start is illegally designated.
  • Page 132 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X638~63A X6B8~6BA X738~73A F1-DIGIT NO. (1, 2, 4) F11~F14 [Function] F1-digit feed function No. is output. [Operation] When F1-digit feed command specified in memory or MDI operation is executed, No.
  • Page 133 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact M CODE INDEPENDENT — X640 X6C0 X740 DM00 OUTPUT M00 [Function] This signal informs that a special miscellaneous function (M00) is selected and commanded. When a special M function is specified, "Normal miscellaneous function strobe"...
  • Page 134 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact M CODE INDEPENDENT — X641 X6C1 X741 DM01 OUTPUT M01 [Function] [Operation] Refer to "M CODE INDEPENDENT OUTPUT M00". B con- Signal Signal name...
  • Page 135 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X644 X6C4 X744 M FUNCTION STROBE 1 [Function] This signal informs that the 1st set of miscellaneous functions (M code) is commanded with the automatic operation (memory, MDI) machining program or manual numerical command input.
  • Page 136 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) An example of the timing chart for the "M function strobe" signal (MF1, MF2 and MF3) is shown below. Command program M22; M03M08; M10M25M05; G00· · · ; M code data 1 M function strobe 1 (MF1) M code data 2...
  • Page 137 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X645 X6C5 X745 M FUNCTION STROBE 2 [Function] This signal informs that the 2nd set of M function (M code) is specified in automatic operation. [Operation] The signal turns ON when: (1) Two or more M function commands (M code) are specified in one block in automatic operation...
  • Page 138 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X647 X6C7 X747 M FUNCTION STROBE 4 [Function] This signal informs that the 4th set of M function (M code) is specified in automatic operation. [Operation] The signal turns ON when: (1) Four or more M function commands (M code) are specified in one block in automatic operation...
  • Page 139 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact MANUAL NUMERICAL — X649 X6C9 X749 COMMAND [Function] This signal informs that M, S, T or B (2nd miscellaneous function) command is given on the setting and display unit.
  • Page 140 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact TOOL CHANGE POSITION — X64B X6CB X74B RETURN COMPLETE [Function] This signal notifies that the axis commanded with the tool change position return command has completed return to the tool change position.
  • Page 141 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation Tact — X64C X6CC X74C NEW TOOL CHANGE TCRQ [Function] This signal notifies that a new tool (not used tool) in the group is to be selected for tool life management II.
  • Page 142 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X650 X6D0 X750 T FUNCTION STROBE 1 [Function] This signal informs that the tool function (T code) is specified in automatic operation (memory or MDI), machining program or by manual numerical command input.
  • Page 143 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X654 X6D4 X754 2ND M FUNCTION STROBE 1 BF1 [Function] This signal informs that the 1st set of 2nd M function is selected in automatic operation (memory or MDI) machining program or by manual numerical command input.
  • Page 144 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X658 X6D8 X758 S FUNCTION STROBE 1 [Function] This signal informs that S (spindle) function (S code) is specified in automatic operation (memory or MDI) machining program or by manual numerical command input.
  • Page 145 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact X660~667 X6E0~6E7 X760~767 — POSITION SWITCH 1~16 PSWn X670~677 X6F0~6F7 X770~777 [Function] This signal notifies that the machine position is within the area set by the parameters. [Operation] This signal turns ON when the control axis machine position reaches the range set by the parameters, and turns OFF when the range is left.
  • Page 146 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — X66D X6ED X76D TAP RETRACT POSSIBLE TRVE [Function] This signal informs that tap retract is possible, and is output if operation is stopped during tap cycle execution.
  • Page 147 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact NO. OF WORK MACHINING — X66E X6EE X76E PCNT OVER [Function] This signal is output when the No. of work machining matches or exceeds the maximum No. of work machining.
  • Page 148 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact S-ANALOG GEAR NO. — X984 X9B4 X9E4 SIGE ILLEGAL [Function] This signal is output if specified gear No. is illegal. [Operation] The signal turns ON if gear No.
  • Page 149 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact SPINDLE SPEED UPPER — X98B X9BB X9EB SUPP LIMIT OVER [Function] This signal notifies that the feedback of the spindle motor has exceeded the maximum speed. [Operation] This signal turns ON when the spindle motor's feedback exceeds the maximum speed regardless of the commanded speed.
  • Page 150 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — X98D, 98E X9BD, 9BE X9ED, 9EE SPINDLE GEAR SHIFT GR1, GR2 [Function] This signal informs which gear stage in the spindle applies to the S command (S code) issued in the automatic operation (memory, MDI) machining program.
  • Page 151 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — X991 X9C1 X9F1 SPINDLE CURRENT DETECT CDO [Function] This signal is output from the high-speed serial connection specification spindle controller (spindle drive) and informs that drive motor current is about to reach the permissible maximum current.
  • Page 152 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — X993 X9C3 X9F3 IN SPINDLE ALARM [Function] This signal is output from the high-speed serial connection specification spindle controller (spindle drive) and informs that failure occurs in spindle controller.
  • Page 153 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — X995 X9C5 X9F5 SPINDLE UP-TO-SPEED [Function] This signal is output from the high-speed serial connection specification spindle controller (spindle drive) and informs that actual spindle motor speed reaches the range designated with the parameter SP048.
  • Page 154 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — X996 X9C6 X9F6 SPINDLE IN-POSITION ORAO [Function] This signal is output from the high-speed serial connection specification spindle controller (spindle drive) and informs that the spindle is positioned in the set range in accordance with spindle orient command.
  • Page 155 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — X997 X9C7 X9F7 IN L COIL SELECTED LRSO [Function] This signal informs that the L coil select function is being executed. This function changes the spindle motor coil to attain constant output characteristics over a wide range including low speed ranges.
  • Page 156 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — X998 X9C8 X9F8 SPINDLE READY-ON [Function] This signal is output from the high-speed serial connection specification spindle controller (spindle drive) and informs that the spindle is ready for operation.
  • Page 157 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — X999 X9C9 X9F9 SPINDLE SERVO-ON [Function] This signal is output from the high-speed serial connection specification spindle controller (spindle drive) and informs that the spindle is under the position control state (synchronous tap control, etc.).
  • Page 158 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — SPINDLE FORWARD RUN X99B X9CB X9FB SSRN [Function] This signal is output from the high-speed serial connection specification spindle controller (spindle drive) and informs that the spindle is rotating in the forward direction.
  • Page 159 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — Z-PHASE PASSED X99D X9CD X9FD SZPH [Function] This signal is output from the spindle controller (spindle drive) for MELDAS AC spindle drive high-speed serial connection specification, and informs that the encoder's Z phase has been passed when changing the spindle from speed control to positioning control during C axis control.
  • Page 160 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact POSITION LOOP — X99E X9CE X9FE SINP IN-POSITION [Function] If the spindle controller is connected with high-speed serial connection, this signal will inform that the spindle is in the in-position state during synchronous tap.
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    6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) 6-2-1...
  • Page 162 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — — — KEY IN 1 [Function] Operator's key operation can be monitored on the user PLC side. [Operation] While operator is using the keyboard, the corresponding data is set to KEY-IN 1.
  • Page 163 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — DISPLAY INFORMATION R16~19 — — [Function] This signal notifies which screen is currently being displayed by the controller. [Operation] The screen information changes in the following cases.
  • Page 164 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — — — PLC MAIN SCAN TIME [Function] Time taken for scanning in user PLC can be monitored. [Operation] Scanning time for user PLC main processing is continuously updated and set.
  • Page 165 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — — — EMERGENCY STOP CAUSE [Function] The causes of emergency stop are shown with bit correspondence. [Operation] The cause of the emergency stop state is shown as follows with bit correspondence.
  • Page 166 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — — — DIO CARD INFORMATION [Function] The remote I/O unit connected to the controller can be found with the user PLC. The user PLC finds the connection state of the remote I/O unit with this data.
  • Page 167 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact USER MACRO INPUT #1032 — R24, 25 — — (PLC → Controller) [Function] This is interface function used to coordinate user PLC to user macro. (Note) The other signals from R0 to R99 are PLC inputs, but this signal is output to the controller from PLC.
  • Page 168 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact USER MACRO INPUT #1033 — R26, 27 — — (PLC → Controller) [Function] This provides interface function used to coordinate user PLC to user macro. (Note) The other signals from R0 to R99 are PLC inputs, but this signal is output to the controller from PLC.
  • Page 169 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact CNC SOFTWARE VERSION — R32~5 — — CODE [Function] This indicates the version of the CNC software. [Operation] The version of the software for controller is set.
  • Page 170 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact TEMPERATURE WARNING — — — CAUSE [Function] If the alarm is displayed when an overheat alarm is detected in the control unit or communication terminal‚...
  • Page 171 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) Device Signal name Details SM16 Temperature rise warning OFF: Normal ON: Overheat Device Signal name Details Temperature Bit0 Control unit overheat OFF: Normal warning cause ON: Overheat Bit1 Communication OFF: normal terminal overheat...
  • Page 172 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact REMOTE I/O COMMUNI- — — — CATION STOP CHANNEL [Function] The channel No. in the remote I/O communication stop can be read. [Operation] OFF : Normal Remote I/O communication...
  • Page 173 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SPINDLE SYNCHRONOUS CONTROL — — — PHASE ERROR 2 (degree) (excluding phase shift calc.) [Function] This signal informs the phase error (value excluding the phase error memorized with the spindle synchronization phase shift calculation function) when the phase synchronization (with R command) or the "Phase shift calculation request"...
  • Page 174 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SPINDLE SYNCHRONOUS CONTROL — — — PHASE ERROR OUTPUT [Function] The synchronous spindle delay to the basic spindle is output in the spindle synchronous function. [Operation] The synchronous spindle delay to the basic spindle is output.
  • Page 175 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SPINDLE SYNCHRONOUS CONTROL — — — PHASE ERROR MONITOR (lower limit value) [Function] The phase error during the spindle phase synchronous state can be monitored. [Operation] The lower limit value of the phase error during the spindle phase synchronous control is output by the pulse unit.
  • Page 176 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SPINDLE SYNCHRONOUS CONTROL — — — PHASE OFFSET DATA [Function] With the spindle phase shift amount calculation function, the phase error of the basic spindle and synchronous spindle is obtained and memorized by turning the PLC signal ON at executing the spindle synchronization.
  • Page 177 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact #1: R90~93 ADD-ON (EXPANSION) — — — #2: R94~97 OPERATION BOARD INPUT [Function] By adding the remote I/O unit to the communication terminal, the add-on (expansion) operation board input/output signals can be input and output with the communication terminal control signals.
  • Page 178 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — R204, 205 R304, 305 R404, 405 M CODE DATA 1 [Function] When M function is specified, value following address "M" can be identified. The M code data output from the controller is a max.
  • Page 179 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — R208, 209 R308, 309 R408, 409 M CODE DATA 3 [Function] When M function is specified, value following address "M" can be identified. The M code data output from the controller is a max.
  • Page 180 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — R212, 213 R312, 313 R412, 413 S CODE DATA (1 to 7) [Function] When S function is specified, value following address "S" can be identified. The S code data output from the controller is binary code with a sign.
  • Page 181 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — R220, 221 R320, 321 R420, 421 T CODE DATA (1 to 4) [Function] When T function is specified, value following address "T" can be identified. The T code data output from the controller is a max.
  • Page 182 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact 2ND M FUNCTION DATA — R228, 229 R328, 329 R428, 429 (1 to 4) [Function] When 2nd M function is specified, value following address "B"...
  • Page 183 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact GROUP IN LIFE — R238 R338 R438 MANAGEMENT [Function] The No. of the group currently in life management with the lathe system's tool life management II is output.
  • Page 184 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact NEAR REFERENCE POINT — R242, 243 R342, 343 R442, 443 (FOR EACH REFERENCE POINT) [Function] This signal indicates that the control axis is near the reference point when using the absolute point detection system.
  • Page 185 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact R244, 245 R344, 345 R444, 445 — TOOL LIFE USAGE DATA [Function] The usage data of the tool currently being used with the lathe-system tool life management II is output.
  • Page 186 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact R256~258 R356~358 R456~458 — ERROR CODE OUTPUT [Function] With this function, the NC alarms and errors which are normally output to NC screen are partially coded and output to PLC I/F device.
  • Page 187 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) The output to PLC I/F device is as follows. R258 (Higher side) R258 (Lower side) R257 (Higher side) R257 (Lower side) R256 (Higher side) R256 (Lower side) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Servo axis name Alarm type Spindle name...
  • Page 188 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) Code table The alarm type is coded as the contents of following code table. Alarm code table Order of Alarm Contents Alarm type Axis name priority Operation error OPERATION ERROR Some are added.
  • Page 189 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) The message at emergency stop is displayed in NC screen shown below. (Example) EMG EMERGENCY STOP PLC When the emergency stop occurs, the message is coded and an alarm No. is output. Emergency stop code list Error message Details...
  • Page 190 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact USER MACRO INTERFACE OUTPUT FOR EACH PART — R270, 271 R370, 371 R470, 471 SYSTEM #1132 to 1135 [Function] This interface is used between the user PLC and user macro program.
  • Page 191 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) (Note) This function's input and output signals are valid for up to three part systems when using the C64T system. Interface output signal System No. of variable points 1st system 2nd system 3rd system 4th system 5th system 6th system 7th system R270 R370 R470...
  • Page 192 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact THERMAL DISPLACEMENT — R1600 R1650 R1700 COMPENSATION AMOUNT [Function] During ball screw thermal expansion compensation, the compensation amount calculated based on the "thermal expansion offset compensation amount"...
  • Page 193 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) Setting example (1) When the compensation basic point is in the (2) When the compensation basic point is in the plus area, and the minus area is to be compensated. minus area, and the plus area is to be compensated.
  • Page 194 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact SPINDLE COMMAND — R3000, 3001 R3030, 3031 R3060, 3061 ROTATION SPEED INPUT [Function] This signal informs the value of S function (S) data specified in automatic operation (memory or MDI) or by manual numerical data input.
  • Page 195 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact SPINDLE COMMAND FINAL — R3002, 3003 R3032, 3033 R3062, 3063 DATA [Function] The command value is indicated to the spindle controller. [Operation] The spindle command rotation speed input indicates the value for the spindle function (S) data commanded with the automatic operation or manual numeric value command, whereas this data...
  • Page 196 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) J2CT status 4 (R3500: CTST4) J2CT status 3 (R3501: CTST3) Abbrev. Name Abbrev. Name bit0 PSW1 Position switch 1 bit0 ST01 Station position 1 bit1 PSW2 Position switch 2 bit1 ST02 Station position 2...
  • Page 197 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact J2CT IN OPERATION — — — R3556 ADJUSTMENT MODE [Function] [Operation] J2CT In operation adjustment mode (R3556) Abbrev.
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  • Page 199 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y414 — — INTEGRATION TIME INPUT 1 RHD1 [Function] The total duration of a signal specified by a user PLC can be counted and displayed. For this, integration time input 1 and 2 are available.
  • Page 200 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact Y419 — — DATA PROTECT KEY 2 *KEY2 [Function] Data pertinent to user parameters and common variables can be protected. [Operation] When this signal (KEY2) is turned OFF (0), the parameter and common variable setting operation is prohibited.
  • Page 201 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact CRT CHANGEOVER — Y41D — — CRTFN COMPLETE [Function] When using one setting and display unit as the display unit for multiple control units, this signal is used to inform the control unit that it has been changed as the local display unit.
  • Page 202 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — — — Y427 PLC EMERGENCY STOP QEMG [Function] The controller can be set to emergency stop condition, like the case where emergency stop signal is given by user PLC.
  • Page 203 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — DOOR OPEN II DOOR2 Y429 — — [Function] This signal stops all axes, and cuts off contactor power. [Operation] The NC carries out the following operations when the "Door open II"...
  • Page 204 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact PLC CONTROL AXIS nTH — Y42D~42F — — PCHn HANDLE VALID [Function] This is designated when handle feed is to be carried out with the PLC axis. [Operation] Designate with the following devices when carrying out handle feed with the PLC axis.
  • Page 205 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y431 — — CHUCK CLOSE SPCMPC [Function] This signal is turned ON while the basic spindle and synchronous spindle clamp the same workpiece.
  • Page 206 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SPINDLE SYNCHRONOUS SPSY Y432 — — — CONTROL [Function] The spindle synchronous control mode is entered by turning this signal ON. [Operation] The spindle synchronous control mode is entered by inputting the "Spindle synchronous control"...
  • Page 207 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SPINDLE PHASE SPPHS Y433 — — — SYNCHRONOUS CONTROL [Function] Spindle phase synchronization starts this signal is turned ON during the spindle synchronous control mode.
  • Page 208 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SPINDLE SYNCHRONOUS SPSDR Y434 — — — ROTATION DIRECTION [Function] The synchronous spindle's rotation direction is designated with this signal. Select whether the direction is the same as or the reverse of the basic spindle.
  • Page 209 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact PHASE SHIFT CALCULATION SSPHM Y435 — — — REQUEST [Function] This signal calculates the phase error of the basic spindle during rotation synchronization, and save it in the NC memory.
  • Page 210 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SSPHF PHASE OFFSET REQUEST Y436 — — — [Function] This signal requests that the phase be aligned to the value obtained by adding the value commanded with the phase synchronization command's R address to the phase error of the basic spindle and synchronous spindle saved with the "Phase shift calculation request"...
  • Page 211 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact ERROR TEMPORARY SPDRPO Y437 — — — CANCEL [Function] This signal temporarily cancels the error caused by the speed fluctuation when the chuck is closed. When the chuck is closed, the speed will fluctuate due to external causes.
  • Page 212 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact PLC CONTROL AXIS Y438~43E — — *PCDn NEAR-POINT DOG nTH AXIS [Function] The PLC axis reference point near-point dog signal is input. [Operation] The PLC axis reference point near-point dog signal is set in the following devices by the PLC.
  • Page 213 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact *SVFn Y441 Y471 Y4A1 SERVO OFF nTH AXIS [Function] Control axis (axis motion under control) can be set to "Servo OFF" (i.e., servo motor remains still). In servo OFF condition, positioning control is impossible but the position detect function is alive.
  • Page 214 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact EXTERNAL DECELERATION *+EDTn Y443 Y473 Y4A3 + nTH AXIS [Function] The feedrate when the control axis is moving in the + direction can be forcibly controlled while this signal (*+EDTn) is OFF, at a constant speed set with the parameters.
  • Page 215 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact AUTO INTERLOCK *+AITn Y445 Y475 Y4A5 (+) nTH AXIS [Function] All axis motions of machine can be decelerated and stopped immediately during automatic operation when motion of a specific axis (nth axis) in plus direction activates the interlock function.
  • Page 216 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact MANUAL INTERLOCK *+MITn Y447 Y477 Y4A7 (+) nTH AXIS [Function] When the corresponding axis is moving in the plus direction with manual operation (jog, manual, incremental, reference point return), only the corresponding axis can be decelerated and stopped by turning OFF this signal that corresponds to that axis.
  • Page 217 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact AUTO MACHINE LOCK — AMLKn Y449 Y479 Y4A9 nTH AXIS [Function] During automatic operation, current position (counter) can be changed without actual machine motion to check program.
  • Page 218 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact FEED AXIS SELECT (+) — Y44B Y47B Y4AB nTH AXIS [Function] This signal is used to start motion (jog feed, incremental feed or reference point return mode) in plus direction during manual operation.
  • Page 219 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) (Note 1) If "Feed axis select" plus [+] and minus [-] signals turn ON at the same time, neither plus signal nor minus signal is selected (same as the case where "Feed axis select" signal is OFF.) (Note 2) If "Feed axis select"...
  • Page 220 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact MANUAL/AUTO SIMUL- — X44D X47D X4AD MAEn TANEOUS VALID nTH AXIS [Function] The automatic mode (MDI, memory) and manual mode (handle, step, jog, manual reference point return) can be simultaneously selected allowing manual operation during automatic operation.
  • Page 221 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) <Relation with manual handle interrupt> The operation of the automatic handle interruption during the manual/auto mode is as follows. Axis for which manual/ Axis for which manual/ auto valid signal is ON auto valid signal is OFF The specifications of the The specifications of the...
  • Page 222 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact ZERO POINT INITIALIZATION — Y452 Y482 Y4B2 AZSn SET MODE nTH AXIS [Function] This selects the zero point initialization mode with the marked point alignment method in the absolute position detection system.
  • Page 223 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact ZERO POINT INITIALIZATION — Y453 Y483 Y4B3 ZSTn SET START nTH AXIS [Function] This is used to set a random position as the origin during zero point initialization using the marked point alignment method in the absolute position detection system.
  • Page 224 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y700 Y7E0 Y8C0 JOG MODE [Function] JOG operation mode (manual operation) is selected. [Operation] When JOG mode signal (J) turns ON, JOG operation mode is selected.
  • Page 225 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y702 Y7E2 Y8C2 INCREMENTAL MODE [Function] INCREMENTAL FEED mode (manual operation) is selected. [Operation] When incremental mode command signal (S) is turned ON, INCREMENTAL FEED mode is selected.
  • Page 226 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact MANUAL RANDOM FEED — Y703 Y7E3 Y8C3 MODE [Function] MANUAL RANDOM FEED mode in manual operation is selected. [Operation] MANUAL RANDOM FEED mode is selected when this signal is turned ON ("1").
  • Page 227 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact REFERENCE POINT — Y704 Y7E4 Y8C4 RETURN MODE [Function] REFERENCE POINT RETURN mode is selected. "Reference point return"...
  • Page 228 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) (2) High-speed return, reference point return • The axis will move toward the reference point. The motion speed will be rapid traverse if the rapid traverse signal is ON, and manual feedrate if OFF. •...
  • Page 229 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y708 Y7E8 Y8C8 MEMORY MODE [Function] MEMORY mode of automatic operation is selected. In this mode of operation, automatic operation is based on programs stored in the memory. [Operation] •...
  • Page 230 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact AUTO OPERATION "START" — Y710 Y7F0 Y8D0 COMMAND (Cycle start) [Function] This signal is used to start automatic operation in MEMORY mode or MDI mode, or to restart after automatic operation pause (halt) or block stop.
  • Page 231 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact AUTO OPERATION "PAUSE" Y711 Y7F1 Y8D1 COMMAND (Feed hold) [Function] During automatic operation, axis motion can be decelerated and stopped with this command signal. To restart, press "automatic operation start"...
  • Page 232 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y712 Y7F2 Y8D2 SINGLE BLOCK [Function] Machining program can be executed block by block in automatic operation. [Operation] (1) When single block signal (SBK) turns ON, operation of controller is as follows: •...
  • Page 233 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact CUTTING BLOCK START Y714 Y7F4 Y8D4 *CSL INTERLOCK [Function] This signal prohibits start of an axis motion command block other than that for positioning in automatic operation (memory or MDI).
  • Page 234 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y717 Y7F7 Y8D7 ERROR DETECT [Function] Machine motion is stopped momentarily in transition from a cutting feed block to other block during automatic operation to provide time for determination whether in-position check is made or not before start of the next block.
  • Page 235 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y718 Y7F8 Y8D8 NC RESET 1 NRST1 [Function] This signal is used to reset the control unit. [Operation] When this signal (NRST1) is turned ON, the control unit can be reset.
  • Page 236 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y719 Y7F9 Y8D9 NC RESET 2 NRST2 [Function] This signal is used to reset the control unit. [Operation] When this signal (NRST2) is turned ON, the control unit can be reset.
  • Page 237 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y71A Y7FA Y8DA RESET & REWIND [Function] This signal resets the controller. During memory operation, the head of the machining program currently being run can be called out. The reset key in the communication terminal is also set to Y71A by the sequence program.
  • Page 238 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact Y71B Y7FB Y8DB CHAMFERING *CDZ [Function] In thread cutting cycle, chamfering can be ignored. [Operation] Status of this signal is determined at start of thread cutting cycle.
  • Page 239 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y71C Y7FC Y8DC AUTO RESTART ARST [Function] If this signal is turned ON after the end of the machining program execution, the same machining program will be restarted.
  • Page 240 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y71E Y7FE Y8DE M FUNCTION FINISH 1 FIN1 [Function] This status signal informs the controller that specified miscellaneous (M) function, spindle (S) function, tool (T) function or 2nd miscellaneous function (A, B or C) is accomplished on the PLC side.
  • Page 241 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y71F Y7FF Y8DF M FUNCTION FINISH 2 FIN2 [Function] This status signal informs the controller that specified miscellaneous (M) function, spindle (S) function, tool (T) function or 2nd miscellaneous function (A, B or C) is accomplished on the PLC side.
  • Page 242 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact TOOL LENGTH — Y720 Y800 Y8E0 MEASUREMENT [Function] "Tool length measurement 1" is selected by this signal. [Operation] When the signal (TLM) is turned ON (1), amount of tool length to be corrected is calculated automatically in the controller.
  • Page 243 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SYNCHRONIZATION — Y722 Y802 Y8E2 CORRECTION MODE [Function] When the OPERATION ERROR 51 (Synchronization error too large) occurs, the occurring error is corrected without changing the operation method with this mode.
  • Page 244 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y725 Y805 Y8E5 MACRO INTERRUPT [Function] When the controller is ready for user macro interrupt, the program being in execution can be interrupted, or other program can be executed after the former program has been executed, by turning ON "Macro interrupt (UIT)".
  • Page 245 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — RAPID TRAVERSE Y726 Y806 Y8E6 [Function] Speed or feedrate of axis motion in "JOG" mode, "incremental feed" mode or "reference point return"...
  • Page 246 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y728 Y808 Y8E8 MANUAL ABSOLUTE [Function] This signal selects whether to update the program coordinate system the amount moved with manual operation (jog, handle, etc.).
  • Page 247 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y72B Y80B Y8EB RECALCULATION REQUEST CRQ [Function] This signal is turned ON if a calculated block (next block) is recalculated during operation of the machining program.
  • Page 248 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact PROGRAM DISPLAY — Y72C Y80C Y8EC PDISP DURING OPERATION [Function] This signal is used to display a program on the Word Edit screen during operation. [Operation] When the "Program display during operation"...
  • Page 249 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact REFERENCE POINT — Y730, 731 Y810, 811 Y8F0, 8F1 ZSL1, 2 POSITION SELECT 1, 2 [Function] It is also possible to return to the nth reference point in the manual reference point return mode.
  • Page 250 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact REFERENCE POINT SELECT — Y737 Y817 Y8F7 METHOD [Function] This signal selects whether the reference point selection is common for all axes (Y730, Y731) or independent for each axis (R2301).
  • Page 251 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y740~744 Y820~824 Y900~904 1ST HANDLE AXIS NO. HS11~HS116 [Function] In HANDLE mode (handwheel is operated), axis component to be moved is selected. In the case of 2-axis handle specification, axis is selected for the 1st handle.
  • Page 252 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y747 Y827 Y907 1ST HANDLE VALID HS1S [Function] In HANDLE mode, axis No. of axis motion component to be moved is set for 1st handle axis No. (HS11~HS116).
  • Page 253 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) The relationship between "handle axis No." and "motion axis" is as follows: Handle axis No. — — Motion axis X axis (1st axis) selected — — Y axis (2nd axis) selected —...
  • Page 254 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y750~754 Y830~834 Y910~914 3RD HANDLE AXIS NO. HS31~HS316 [Function] This signal selects which handle to move with the 3rd handle when using the 3-axis handle specifications (when three handles are required).
  • Page 255 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y757 Y837 Y917 3RD HANDLE VALID HS3S [Function] [Operation] This signal is the same as "1st handle valid" signal in function and operation, except that it is applicable only to 3-axis handle specification (three handles are required).
  • Page 256 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y759 Y839 Y919 MANUAL OVERRIDE VALID OVSL [Function] Override can be exerted on "Manual feedrate" (feedrate in JOG feed, incremental feed, etc. during manual operation).
  • Page 257 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y75C Y83C Y91C TAP RETRACT [Function] This function is used to remove the tap from the workpiece when tap cycle has been stopped due to emergency stop, etc.
  • Page 258 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact REFERENCE POINT — Y75D Y83D Y91D RETRACT [Function] This function returns immediately to a set reference point when the retract signal is input. This function is used to return to a set position for changing the tool.
  • Page 259 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact CUTTING FEEDRATE Y760~764 Y840~844 Y920~924 *FV1~*FV16 OVERRIDE [Function] Override (multiplication) can be exerted to cutting feedrate (F feedrate) during automatic operation with this signal.
  • Page 260 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact 2ND CUTTING FEEDRATE — Y766 Y846 Y926 FV2E OVERRIDE VALID [Function] Override normally exerted on cutting feedrate in automatic operation is within a range from 0% to 300%.
  • Page 261 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact RAPID TRAVERSE SPEED — Y768, 769 Y848, 849 Y928, 929 ROV1, ROV2 OVERRIDE [Function] This signal is used to exert override on rapid traverse speed set by parameter (for rapid traverse) in automatic operation (memory or MDI) or manual operation.
  • Page 262 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact Y770~774 Y850~854 Y930~934 MANUAL FEEDRATE *JV1~*JV16 [Function] Feedrate in manual operation (JOG mode, INCREMENT mode, etc.) or in dry run of automatic operation (memory or MDI) is selected.
  • Page 263 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact MANUAL FEEDRATE — Y777 Y857 Y937 METHOD SELECT [Function] When feedrate is specified in manual operation (JOG mode, incremental feed mode, etc.) or dry run (automatic operation), feedrate command method is selected between code method and file register method.
  • Page 264 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact JOG SYNCHRONOUS FEED — Y77A Y85A Y93A JSYN VALID [Function] This is used when the manual feedrate designation is to be per rotation feed (feed rate per spindle rotation).
  • Page 265 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) (b) File register method (R904, 905) The feedrate when the "Manual feedrate method select" (JVS: ON) is selected will be set in R904 and R905 with the binary value. However, the designation unit will be as follows according to the feedrate unit (PCF1, PCF2).
  • Page 266 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact JOG • HANDLE — Y77B Y85B Y93B JHAN SIMULTANEOUS [Function] Jog feed and handle feed can be carried out without changing the operation mode. [Operation] If the "Jog mode (J)"...
  • Page 267 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact HANDLE/INCREMENTAL — FEED MULTIPLICATION Y780~782 Y860~862 Y940~942 MP1~MP4 (Code method) [Function] Amount of feed motion per pulse from the manual pulse generator in HANDLE feed mode, or amount of feed motion per shot in incremental feed mode (±J1~±J14: "ON") is multiplied by this signal.
  • Page 268 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact HANDLE/INCREMENTAL FEED RANDOM — Y787 Y867 Y947 MULTIPLICATION METHOD SELECT [Function] Feed multiplication mode in handle feed or incremental feed is selected between "code method" and "file register method"...
  • Page 269 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y78A Y86A Y94A DATA COUNT VALID TCEF [Function] Tool life counter becomes applicable when this signal is used during tool life control. [Operation] When tool life control function is available, counter (count of tool service time or cycles) becomes valid.
  • Page 270 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact MANUAL RANDOM FEED — Y790~794 Y870~874 Y950~954 CX11~CX116 1ST AXIS NO. [Function] This signal specifies a number of the axis component to move in manual random feed mode. Components of up to three axes can be moved simultaneously in manual random feed mode.
  • Page 271 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact MANUAL RANDOM FEED — Y797 Y877 Y957 CX1S 1ST AXIS VALID [Function] This signal is used to validate the axis specified by the "Manual random feed 1st axis number" signal so that the axis component can move in manual random feed mode.
  • Page 272 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — CXS1 Y7A8 Y888 Y968 SMOOTHING OFF [Function] This signal is used to move an axis component under the condition where the acceleration/ deceleration time constant is 0 is manual random feed mode.
  • Page 273 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y7AA Y88A Y96A EX. F/MODAL. F CXS3 [Function] This signal selects whether a manual random feed in G1 mode is done at manual feed rate or at modal speed in automatic operation.
  • Page 274 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y7AC Y88C Y96C MC/WK CXS5 [Function] This signal selects a machine coordinate system or a modal workpiece coordinate system on which positioning is done in manual random feed mode.
  • Page 275 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact Y7AE Y88E Y96E STOP *CXS7 [Function] This signal stops an ongoing axis component halfway in manual random feed mode. The function of this signal is equivalent to those of the "Manual interlock +nth axis (*+MITn) and –nth axis (*-MITn)"...
  • Page 276 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y7AF Y88F Y96F STROBE CXS8 [Function] This signal is a trigger signal for moving an axis component in manual random feed mode. The axis component starts moving at the rising edge of this signal.
  • Page 277 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact 2ND REFERENCE POINT *ZRIT Y7B0 Y890 Y970 RETURN INTERLOCK [Function] The axis is interlocked at a designated position during manual 2nd reference position return. [Operation] During 2nd reference point return while this signal is valid (base specification parameter #1505 ckref2 "1"), if this signal turns OFF, movement of axes that have reached the designated position...
  • Page 278 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — Y7B2 Y892 Y972 SEARCH & START RSST [Function] This signal is input into the controller when executing operation search in the memory mode and carrying out automatic start up.
  • Page 279 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — YD26 YD56 YD86 GEAR SHIFT FINISH GFIN [Function] This signal changes the spindle speed to the speed (S command) specified in the machining program.
  • Page 280 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) Operation example (3) There is gear shift, but the "Spindle up-to-speed" signal is not used. Command program Next block S100 S function strobe (SFn) Spindle gear shift (GR1, GR2) Spindle stop (SSTP) Spindle gear shift (SSFT) Spindle gear select...
  • Page 281 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — YD28~D2A YD58~D5A YD88~D8A SPINDLE OVERRIDE SP1~SP4 [Function] This signal applies override (multiplication) on the S command issued in the automatic operation (memory, MDI) for type B and C.
  • Page 282 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — YD30, D31 YD60, D61 YD90, D91 SPINDLE GEAR SELECT 1, 2 GI1, GI2 [Function] This signal informs the controller which spindle gear has been selected on the machine side.
  • Page 283 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — YD34 YD64 YD94 SPINDLE STOP SSTP [Function] In spindle control, S analog data (spindle speed) can be set to "0" by using this signal (SSTP). Usually, the signal is not used alone, but combined with "Spindle gear shift"...
  • Page 284 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact ORIENTED SPINDLE SPEED — YD36 YD66 YD96 SORC COMMAND [Function] This signal is used to run the spindle motor at low speed when executing mechanical orientation during spindle control.
  • Page 285 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact SPINDLE FORWARD RUN — YD38 YD68 YD98 START [Function] This signal is issued to the high-speed serial connection specification spindle controller (spindle drive).
  • Page 286 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact SPINDLE REVERSE RUN — YD39 YD69 YD99 START [Function] This signal is issued to the high-speed serial connection specification spindle controller (spindle drive).
  • Page 287 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact SPINDLE FORWARD RUN — YD3C YD6C YD9C INDEX [Function] Forward run indexing of the spindle is carried out. [Operation] (1) This signal turns ON after the "Spindle in-position (ORAO)"...
  • Page 288 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) [Indexing operation according to encoder installation direction] Case 1 Case 2 Encoder Encoder Installation Belt Belt method View A Motor View A Motor See from the axis end (view A) See from the axis end (view A) Forward run Reverse run...
  • Page 289 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact SPINDLE ORIENT — YD3E YD6E YD9E COMMAND [Function] This signal is issued to the high-speed serial connection specification spindle controller (spindle drive).
  • Page 290 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.3 PLC Output Signals (Bit Type: Y***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact — L COIL SELECTION YD3F YD6F YD9F LRSL [Function] The L coil selection control is a function that obtains constant output characteristics in a wide range including low speed ranges by changing the spindle motor coils.
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  • Page 292 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — R100~103 — — ANALOG OUTPUT [Function] An analog voltage can be output from the designated connector pins (see below) on the remote I/O unit DX120/DX121 by setting designated data in the file registers.
  • Page 293 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — R112 — — KEY OUT 1 [Function] When this signal is used, key data can be entered on the user PLC side instead of the CNC keyboard.
  • Page 294 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — R118~121 — — ALARM MESSAGE I/F 1~4 [Function] PLC development tool or alarm message prepared can be displayed in ALARM DIAGNOSIS screen when values (binary code) is set to alarm interface file registers (Rn, Rn+1, Rn+2, Rn+3).
  • Page 295 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact RESPONSE MONITOR — R123 — — TIMER [Function] The maximum time to wait, after the data is transmitted, for a response from the client device to which data was sent is set.
  • Page 296 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact USER MACRO OUTPUT — #1132 R124, 125 — — (Controller -> PLC) [Function] This is interface function used to coordinate user PLC to user macro. The other signals from R100 to R199 are PLC outputs, but this signal is the PLC input (Note) signal.
  • Page 297 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact USER MACRO OUTPUT — #1133 R126, 127 — — (Controller -> PLC) [Function] This provides interface function used to coordinate user PLC to user macro. The other signals from R100 to R199 are PLC outputs, but this signal is the PLC input (Note) signal.
  • Page 298 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact R132~135 — — — USER PLC VERSION CODE [Function] The user PLC version can be displayed with the software version that controls the other controller on the setting and display unit (communication terminal) DIAGN/IN/OUT ->...
  • Page 299 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact — AXIS INDEX R140 R141 R142 [Function] PLC I/F of each axis is allocated from the 1st axis of 1st part system in order, but if the axis structure of each part system is changed, PLC I/F corresponding to that will be changed.
  • Page 300 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SPINDLE SYNCHRONOUS — R157 — — FUNCTION BASIC SPINDLE SELECT [Function] Select the basic spindle to be used for synchronous control from the PLC. [Operation] Select the spindle to be controlled as the basic spindle from the serially connected spindles.
  • Page 301 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact USER PLC VERSION CODE 2 R160~166 — — — [Function] This signal enables the user PLC version to be displayed, together with the software version controlling another control unit, in the DIAGN/IN/OUT configuration display (menu) of the setting display unit (communication terminal).
  • Page 302 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact ADD-ON (EXPANSION) #1:R190~192 — — OPERATION BOARD — #2:R193~195 OUTPUT [Function] By adding the remote I/O unit to the communication terminal, the machine operation board input/output signals can be input and output with the communication terminal control signals.
  • Page 303 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact 1ST CUTTING FEEDRATE — R900 R1000 R1100 OVERRIDE (File register method) [Function] When "Cutting feedrate override method select " (FVS) is set to "file register method", override (0~300%, 1% increment) can be exerted on the cutting feedrate.
  • Page 304 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) [Operation] When this override function is used, the true feedrate is the product obtained by multiplying commanded feedrate (F) by "1st cutting feedrate override" ratio and "2nd cutting feedrate override" ratio.
  • Page 305 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact MANUAL FEEDRATE — R904, 905 R1004, 1005 R1104, 1105 (File register method) [Function] When file register method (JVS) is selected for feedrate setting, feedrate can be specified, besides code method (*JV1~JV16) setting, by setting desired feedrate ratio manually (value is set to file register (R)).
  • Page 306 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact HANDLE 1 HANDLE FEED RANDOM MULTIPLICATION/ — INCREMENTAL FEED R908, 909 R1008, 1009 R1108, 1109 RANDOM MULTIPLICATION (File register method) [Function]...
  • Page 307 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact MANUAL RANDOM FEED — R914, 915 R1014, 1015 R1114, 1115 1ST AXIS MOVEMENT DATA [Function] This data specifies the amount of movement or positioning point in manual random feed mode.
  • Page 308 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact MANUAL RANDOM FEED — R918, 919 R1018, 1019 R1118, 1119 3RD AXIS MOVEMENT DATA [Function] [Operation] "Manual random feed 3rd axis movement data"...
  • Page 309 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact — R921 R1021 R1121 NEAR-POINT DOG IGNORED [Function] When this signal is used, "Near-point detected" signal (remote I/O connector pin No. fixed signal) which is used for dog type reference point return can be ignored (tripping of near switch can be ignored).
  • Page 310 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SYNCHRONIZATION — R932 R1032 R1132 CONTROL OPERATION METHOD SELECTION [Function] The synchronization control’s ON/OFF can be changed over by operating the bit corresponding to each axis of this signal.
  • Page 311 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) When changing the operation with the R932 register during automatic operation, calculate the coordinates again. After synchronous axis independent operation is carried out, the end point coordinates of the synchronous axis are substituted in the program end point coordinates for the basic axis.
  • Page 312 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) [Cautions] (1) During synchronous operation or independent operation, the basic axis signals are valid for the "Interlock" and "Machine lock" signals, etc. (2) The synchronous axis will return to the reference position in synchronization with the basic axis if G27, G28 or G30 is commanded during synchronous operation.
  • Page 313 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SEARCH & START — R938, R939 R1038, 1039 R1138, 1139 PROGRAM NO. [Function] The No. of the program to be searched with search & start is designated. [Operation] Set the No.
  • Page 314 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact USER MACRO INTERFACE — R970, 971 R1070, 1071 R1170, 1171 INPUT FOR EACH PART SYSTEM #1032 TO 1035 [Function] This interface is used between the user PLC and user macro program.
  • Page 315 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) (Note) This function's input and output signals are valid for up to three part systems when using the C64T system. Interface input signal System No. of variable points 1st system 2nd system 3rd system 4th system 5th system 6th system 7th system R970 R1070 R1170...
  • Page 316 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact EXTERNAL MACHINE — COORDINATE R2300 R2350 R2400 COMPENSATION DATA [Function] This data compensates the basic machine coordinate system. The axis moves the amount equivalent to the set data (interpolation unit).
  • Page 317 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st axis 2nd axis 3rd axis abbreviation tact THERMAL EXPANSION — OFFSET COMPENSATION R2302 R2352 R2402 AMOUNT [Function] [Operation] Set the compensation amount for the axis feed error caused by the ball screw's thermal expansion. Set "thermal expansion offset compensation amount"...
  • Page 318 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact SPINDLE COMMAND — R3210 R3240 R3270 ROTATION SPEED OUTPUT [Function] By setting data of desired spindle speed to this signal, the spindle can be run at that speed. [Operation] When this signal is used, operation is same as the case where usual "Spindle command rotation speed input"...
  • Page 319 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact S ANALOG OVERRIDE — R3220 R3250 R3280 (File register method) [Function] When "S analog override" signal (SPS) is used, override can be exerted on S analog speed reference in file register method instead of the rapid traverse override with the code method (SP1~SP4).
  • Page 320 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact MULTI-POINT ORIENTATION — R3221 R3251 R3281 POSITION DATA [Function] This signal notifies the orientation position to the controller (spindle controller). [Operation] The orient position at when the "Spindle orient command (ORC)"...
  • Page 321 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact CTCM1~4, L, R3600~3603 R3606~3609 R3612~3615 — J2CT CONTROL COMMAND R3604, 3605 R3610, 3611 R3616, 3617 [Function] The MR-J2-CT link function connects the NC and MR-J2-CT (auxiliary axis), and controls up to 7 axis (C6: Maximum 5 axis) MR-J2-CT axes using command signals from the NC.
  • Page 322 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) J2CT control command 2 (R3602: CTCM2) J2CT control command 1 (R3603: CTCM1) Abbrev. Name Abbrev. Name bit0 Operation start bit0 *SVR Servo OFF bit1 Rotation direction bit1 QEMG PLC emergency stop Random point feed bit2...
  • Page 323 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.4 PLC Output Signals (Data Type: R***) B con- Signal Signal name 1st spindle 2nd spindle 3rd spindle abbreviation tact J2CT OPERATION — R3684/bit0 ADJUSTMENT MODE VALID [Function] J2CT operation adjustment mode valid (R3684) Abbrev. Name bit0 J2CT operation adjustment mode valid signal (common for all axes)
  • Page 324: Explanation Of Special Relay/register Signals (sm**, Sd**)

    6.5 Explanation of Special Relay/Register Signals (Data Type: SM**, SD**) 6-5-1...
  • Page 325 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.5 Explanation of Special Relay/Register Signals (Data Type: SM**, SD**) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact TEMPERATURE RISE — SM16 — — WARNING [Function] If the alarm is displayed when an overheat alarm is detected in the control unit or communication terminal‚...
  • Page 326 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.5 Explanation of Special Relay/Register Signals (Data Type: SM**, SD**) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SM32~SM40 SEQUENCER SYSTEM — SD34, SD35, — — CLOCK/COUNTER SD40 [Function] The system clock/counter of sequencer can be read. [Operation] Signal Name...
  • Page 327 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.5 Explanation of Special Relay/Register Signals (Data Type: SM**, SD**) B con- Signal Signal name 1st system 2nd system 3rd system abbreviation tact SEQUENCER SCAN — SD37~SD39 — — INFORMATION [Function] The scan information of sequencer can be read. [Operation] Signal Name...
  • Page 328: Signals Related To Communication

    6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.6 Signals Related to Communication 6.6 Signals Related to Communication The control signals for the expansion slot are assigned to the built-in expansion slots (slot 1: EXT1, slot 2: EXT2) and the external expansion slot (slot 3: external EXT). The assignment of these areas differs according to the mounted interface card.
  • Page 329 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.6 Signals Related to Communication (For DeviceNet) Signal Name Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 – Mounted card information (0871H) – Master communication status – Error information – (Not used) – Head register No. of set parameter –...
  • Page 330 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.6 Signals Related to Communication (For DeviceNet) Signal Signal Name Name Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 W0000 W1000 – Command No. W0020 W1020 Slave status W0001 W1001 – Slave station No./Class ID W0021 W1021 (Not used)
  • Page 331 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.6 Signals Related to Communication During MELSECNET/10 communication (Input to PLC) (Output from PLC) (For MELSECNET/10) Signal Signal Name Name Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 X200 X280 – (Not used) Y200 Y280...
  • Page 332 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.6 Signals Related to Communication During Ethernet communication (Input to PLC) (Output from PLC) (For Ethernet) Signal Signal Name Name Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Initialization normal X200 X280 X300 Y200...
  • Page 333 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.6 Signals Related to Communication (For Ethernet) Signal Signal Name Name Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 X220 X2A0 X320 Connection 1 Data received Y220 Y2A0 Y320 (Not used) X221 X2A1 X321 Connection 2 Data received Y221...
  • Page 334 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.6 Signals Related to Communication During CC-Link communication (Input to PLC) (Output from PLC) (For CC-Link) Signal Signal Name Name Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 X200 X280 X300 Unit error Y200 Y280 Y300 Refresh command...
  • Page 335 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.6 Signals Related to Communication (For CC-Link) Signal Signal Name Name Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 SB0000 SB0100 (Note 1) SW0000 SW0100 (Note 1) Refresh range Refresh range (C64 →...
  • Page 336 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.6 Signals Related to Communication Input/output intelligent function (For input/output intelligent function) Intelligent unit Input device Output device FL-net unit 1 X000 to X01F Y000 to Y01F AS-i master unit X020 to X03F Y020 to Y03F FL-net unit 1 Device Abbrev.
  • Page 337 6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS 6.6 Signals Related to Communication (For input/output intelligent function) FL-net unit 1 Device Abbrev. Signal name Device Abbrev. Signal name Message send request Message reception completed Device Signal name Device Signal name Abbrev. Abbrev. Network parameter write request Network parameter read request Device profile read request Log information clear request...
  • Page 338: Spindle Control

    7. SPINDLE CONTROL 7.1 Outline of Functions 7. SPINDLE CONTROL 7.1 Outline of Functions Spindle speed can be directly controlled by a 6-digit S code command. When the S analog function specifications are valid, the controller selects an appropriate spindle speed corresponding to the 6-digit command following the S code and outputs (spindle gear shift command) it to the machine side (PLC).
  • Page 339: Flow Of Spindle (s) Data

    7. SPINDLE CONTROL 7.1 Outline of Functions (2) To analog connect the controller and spindle controller Remote I/O unit Control Inverter, etc. DX110 DX120 unit [Zero speed, up-to-speed, orientation complete signal, etc.] [Spindle forward run, reverse run, orientation command, etc.] RIO-M 7.1.3 Flow of Spindle (S) Data Part system 1...
  • Page 340 Revision History Date of revision Manual No. Revision details Jan. 2002 BNP-B2261C First edition created. May 2004 BNP-B2261E Details for system software version D provided. Explanation on interface signals added. The section “6.6 Signals Related to Communication” added. Mistakes corrected.
  • Page 341 © 2004 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION ALL RIGHTS RESERVED...
  • Page 342 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION HEAD OFFICE : MITSUBISHI DENKI BLDG., 2-2-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN MC6/C64/C64T MODEL MODEL 008-178 CODE BNP-B2261E (ENG) Manual No. Specifications subject to change without notice. Printed in Japan on recycled paper. (0405) MEE...

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