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BAS H Series
Programmer
Please read this manual before using the machine.
Please keep this manual within easy reach for quick reference.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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  • Page 1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL BAS H Series Programmer Please read this manual before using the machine. Please keep this manual within easy reach for quick reference.
  • Page 2 Thank you very much for buying a BROTHER sewing machine. Before using your new machine, please read the safety instructions below and the explanations given in the instruction manual. With industrial sewing machines, it is normal to carry out work while positioned directly in front of moving parts such as the needle and thread take-up lever, and consequently there is always a danger of injury that can be caused by these parts.
  • Page 3 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS [1] Safety indications and their meanings This instruction manual and the indications and symbols that are used on the machine itself are provided in order to ensure safe operation of this machine and to prevent accidents and injury to yourself or other people. The meanings of these indications and symbols are given below.
  • Page 4 Do not use any AC adapter other than the one from Do not damage or process the connection cable for Brother, otherwise it may cause fire or electric the sewing machine or the AC adapter cable, or shocks or problems with correct operation.
  • Page 5 Be sure to wear protective goggles when using the sewing machine. If goggles are not worn, there is the danger that if a needle breaks, parts of the broken needle may enter your eyes and injury may result. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    ················································· 72 Combining outlines ·································· 37 Moving a part of a continuous program in Changing the sewing order for an outline ········· 37 parallel partially ······································ 73 Inserting a straight line into a pattern ·············· 74 BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 7 Examples of option outputs (Application) ········ 99 How to create programs ···························· 104 Use of extended option output (Reference material) ························· 106 Parts for the extended option ······················ 106 Circuit diagram of the checking board ··········· 107 Block diagram ······································· 109 BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 9: Read Me

    Chapter 1 Read Me...
  • Page 10: Contents And Usage

    Describes how to set the extended option output. Chapter 5 File Manager Functions Describes how to check, copy, move, and change program data. Chapter 6 Setting Functions Describes how to display program of the sewing machine. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 11: Setting Up Your Programmer

    Chapter 2 Setting Up Your Programmer...
  • Page 12: Part Names And Functions

    Connect a device such as USB media. (10) AC adapter jack Connect an AC adapter. * The screen will turn off and the sewing machine cannot be operated. Press the home key once more to cancel sleep mode. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 13: Features

    Do not use any AC adapter other than the one from it may cause fire or electric shocks or problems with Brother, otherwise it may cause fire or electric correct operation. shocks or problems with correct operation.
  • Page 14: When Using The Programmer Alone

    For preventing the internal wiring from getting caught in the case or other parts, care must be taken when ・ assembling the case. Be sure to use a torque of 0.5 N/m when tightening screws. ・ Using excessive torque may damage the case. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 15: Handling Media

    * Company names and product names appearing in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective owners. * This product is compatible with media that has been formatted using the FAT16/32 method. Media that has been formatted using other formatting methods cannot be used. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 16 Check that reading or writing has finished, and then simply remove the storage device. If the programmer is connected to a PC, first wait until the SD card or the USB media is no longer being accessed by the PC, and then remove the SD card or USB media. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 17: Programming Patterns

    Chapter 3 Programming Patterns...
  • Page 18: Foreword

    Below is an explanation of the keys which are used when programming. Press this to confirm outlines and settings. Press this to move the cursor Press this to return Press this to return to the around within the preview, etc. to the Home screen. previous step. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 19: About The Programming Screen

    Switches the mode. Use to display and change program zoom ratio and zoom position Shows icons which can be used in the various Shows an image of the Sets the values used by modes. program. the various functions. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 20: Description Of Icons

    Creating a circle by specifying three points Creating a semicircle Creating an ellipse Creating needle drop data Creating feed data Creating basting data Specifying the sewing start point Editing programs Deleting an outline Moving an outline Editing outlines Copying an outline BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 21 Deleting an outline component point Moving an outline component point Adding an outline component point Editing outline component points Changing curve shapes Changing the attributes of outline component points Separating an outline at a component point BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 22 Setting bar tacking at a sewing point Adding and deleting codes at sewing points Editing end codes Checking programs Moving backward one stitch at a time Moving forward one stitch at a time Checking Moving to the start position Measuring distances BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 23 CHAPTER 3 PROGRAMMING PATTERNS Buttons for running external functions Creating a new file Deleting all changes to the program being edited Saving Saving with a different filename Opening a file Other Undoing changes Redoing changes BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 24: Programming Procedure

    Home screen. ◆ If the following message is displayed, press to start again from the program which was not saved when operation was last stopped. In addition, press to start creating a new program. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 25 Select the desired icon from the icons in the top-right corner of the screen, and then create a program for the design you would like to sew. The programs you create are enabled until you delete them. For detailed explanations on creating programs, refer to "Creating programs" (page 22) and "Programming example" (page 51). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 26 Fixes the sewing speed at 1200 sti/min or lower and no thread wiping is carried out Carrying out no thread trimming Fixes the sewing speed at 1500 sti/min or lower 1. Touch 2. Touch 3. Touch the end code that you would like to set, and then change the code. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 27 [When overwriting an existing program number] 2. The program saving dialog screen will be displayed, so touch to overwrite the existing file. Touch to return to the programming screen. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 28 (The display will return to the Home screen.) 2. If a program is currently being created, the following dialog screen will be displayed. Touch to discard the program which has been completed and end programming. Touch to return to the programming screen. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 29 3. Select the file to be loaded from the file list, and then touch 4. The details of the file which have been loaded will appear in the programming screen. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 30: Creating Programs

    4. Use the jog key to move the cursor to the next point, and then press 2. Touch 5. Repeat step 4 until the shape you would like to sew has been created. Move the cursor to the end point, and then press twice. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 31: Creating An Arc

    4 to the desired position for the rectangle, and then press Start point Second point 3. Make the settings for each item. * Refer to "Setting parameters" (page 27) for details on the setting method. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 32: Creating A Circle

    5. Use the jog key to move the cursor to the third point, and then press 3. Make the settings for each item. * Refer to "Setting parameters" (page 27) for details on the setting method. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 33: Creating A Semicircle

    5. Use the jog key to move the cursor to the position for the short axis (long axis), and then press Start point 3. Make the settings for each item. * Refer to "Setting parameters" (page 27) for details on the setting method. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 34: Creating Needle Drop Data

    2. Touch 5. Repeat step 4 until the basting position can be set. Move the cursor to the end point, and then press twice. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 35 *1 When adding an existing pattern, you can select the method for appending the program (Insert, Append to end, Append to beginning). *2 This can only be set when drawing a circle (radius), circle (diameter), semicircle or ellipse. *3 This can only be set when the line type is set to "Running". BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 36 Example 1: To create sewing points which are as even as possible without exceeding the specified pitch: Set the running generation mode to "Equal Pitch". Example 2: To connect the end point of the previous outline and the start point of the current outline by feeding: Set the outline connection to "Feed". BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 37: Editing Programs (editing Outlines)

    4. When you press the key once, the outline will change to red lines and it will be selected. 9. Press When you press the key once, the selected outline will be unselected. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 38: Copying An Outline

    In addition, each time you change rotate, repeat steps 3 and 4. the rotation angle, the preview is displayed after the * To select all outlines outline is rotated. Hold down to select all outlines. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 39: Moving An Outline Symmetrically

    3 and 4. displayed after the cursor is moved. * To select all outlines Hold down to select all outlines. * To unselect all outlines Hold down to unselect all selected outlines. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 40: Copying An Outline Symmetrically

    3 and 4. * To select all outlines Hold down to select all outlines. * To unselect all outlines Hold down to unselect all selected outlines. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 41: Moving An Outline By An Offset

    Offset creation method When you press the key once, the selected outline will be unselected. 7. Press * Outlines which consist of stitches/feeding/basting and outlines which have been loaded from *.SEW files cannot be copied by an offset. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 42: Resizing An Outline

    X ratio or Y ratio, the preview is displayed after the outline is resized. * Outlines which consist of stitches/feeding/basting and outlines which have been loaded from *.SEW files normally have "Keep Number of Stitches" as their hold element. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 43: Changing The Line Type Of An Outline

    5. If there is more than one outline that you would like to add or delete backtacking for, repeat steps 3 and 4. 7. Press *To select all outlines Hold down to select all outlines. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 44: Switching The Sewing Start And End Points For Outlines

    The outline is connected by a straight line at the When you press the key once, the selected current outline running pitch. outline will be unselected. 7. Press * The end point of the previous outline and the start BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 45: Combining Outlines

    Press 4. When you press the key once, the outline will change to red lines and it will be selected. When you press the key once, the selected BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 46: Editing Programs

    The component points will change to red, and the points from the start point to the end point will be selected. You can move the cursor continuously by holding down the key. 8. Press BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 47: Moving An Outline Component Point

    The component points will change to red, and the points from the start point to the end point will be selected. * You can move the cursor continuously by holding down the key. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 48: Adding An Outline Component Point

    3. Use to move the cursor to the component point in the curve that you would like to edit. 6. Press * You can move the cursor continuously by holding down the key. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 49: Changing The Attributes Of Outline Component

    2' at component point A like to separate the outline. Start point End point Start point End point * You can move the cursor continuously by holding down the key. 1’ Outline 1 2’ BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 50: Editing Programs (editing Sewing Points)

    * You can move the cursor according to the skipping units. * You can move the cursor continuously by holding down the key. 8. Press BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 51: Moving A Sewing Point

    9. Press * You can move the cursor according to the skipping units. * You can move the cursor continuously by holding down the key. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 52: Adding A Sewing Point

    6. * You can move the cursor according to the skipping units. * You can move the cursor continuously by holding down the key. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 53: Changing The Attributes Of Sewing Points

    X and Y. If the setting is outside the * You can move the cursor continuously by holding down range, the buzzer will sound twice and processing will stop. the key. 8. Touch to set the attribute (Stitch, Feed, Baste). 9. Press BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 54: Separating An Outline At A Sewing Point

    * Backtacking will be set in the return direction from the point where you would like to set backtacking. current sewing point. * You can move the cursor according to the skipping units. * You can move the cursor continuously by holding down BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 55: Adding And Deleting Codes At Sewing Points

    3. Touch the end code that you would like to change. * For details on the codes that can be set, refer to "5. Editing end codes" in the programming procedures The end code for the final sewing point will be (page 18). changed. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 56: List Of Code Settings

    *1 On when selected, off when not selected. *2 When code display is set to "Show code" during sewing editing or checking, the icons are displayed in the top-left of the screen. The icons are always displayed during code setting. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 57: Checking Programs

    , or use Hold down . The cursor will move forward by the skipping units while the key is being pressed. Moving to the start position Touch Touch The feed will return to the sewing start position. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 58: Measuring Distances

    * The distance between the measurement start position and the current cursor position is displayed as ⊿ X and ⊿ Y. * The line linking the measurement start position and the current cursor position is displayed. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 59: Programming Example

    6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to move the cursor to C. 2. Touch 7. Press 8. Carry out steps 5 and after in "Programming procedure" (page 18). 3. Touch 4. Use the jog key to move the cursor to B. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 60: Pattern With Lines

    Use the jog key to move the cursor to B. (page 17). Press 2. Touch Carry out the same operation in steps 4 and 5 for C, D and E. Press Touch Carry out steps 5 and after in "Programming procedure" (page 18). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 61: Pattern With Curves

    Touch 10. Move the cursor to I. 11. Press twice. 12. Carry out steps 5 and after in "Programming Use the jog key to move the cursor to B. procedure" (page 18). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 62: Double Stitch And Multiple Stitch

    9. Press 10. The selected outline will be copied in the specified sewing direction. To create the line to the right of the sewing direction 11. Carry out steps 5 and after in "Programming procedure" (page 18). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 63: Continuous Sewing With The Work Clamp In Position After Thread Trimming (feed)

    * Refer to "Pattern with lines" (page 52). 7. Create the outline for pattern 2. * Refer to "Pattern with lines" (page 52). 3. Touch 8. Carry out steps 5 and after in "Programming procedure" (page 18). 4. Touch BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 64: Basting

    3. Touch 9. Repeat step 2 to create the outline from F to H. * Refer to "Pattern with lines" (page 52). 10. Carry out steps 5 and after in "Programming procedure" (page 18). 4. Touch BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 65: Symmetrical Pattern

    * The outline which is selected will be displayed in red. 7. Press The selected outline will be copied symmetrically 4. Touch along the Y axis. 8. Carry out steps 5 and after in "Programming procedure" (page 18). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 66: Programming While Entering Splits In Different Patterns

    4. Touch 12. Create the outline for pattern 3. * Refer to "Pattern with lines" (page 52). 13. Carry out steps 5 and after in "Programming procedure" (page 18). 5. Touch to set a split. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 67: Zigzag Stitch

    * To program curved-line zigzag stitches, repeat this zigzag stitches. procedure. Example: To set the running pitch to 3.0 mm: 11. Carry out steps 5 and after in "Programming Touch to set the running pitch to procedure" (page 18). "03.0mm". BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 68: Example Of Modified Program

    Page 72 ◆ Modifying a pattern by moving a component ◆ Moving a part of a continuous program in point: Page 67 parallel partially: Page 73 ◆ Inserting a straight line into a pattern: Page 74 - BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 69: Resizing A Pattern

    Example: To enlarge by 150%: Change the resize In addition, each time you change the resize ratio, setting to "150.0%". the preview is displayed after the outline is resized. 10. Carry out steps 6 and 7 in "Programming procedure" (page 19, 20). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 70: Modifying A Part Of Pattern

    *You can move the cursor according to the skipping 11. Carry out steps 6 and 7 in "Programming procedure" units. (page 19, 20). * You can move the cursor continuously by holding down the key. 6. Press BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 71: Deleting The First Stitch To Change The Sewing Start Point To The Second Stitch

    * You can move the cursor according to the skipping units. * You can move the cursor continuously by holding down the key. 6. When you press the key once, the sewing point will change to red and it will be selected. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 72: Moving The Sewing Start Point

    *You can move the cursor according to the skipping units. * You can move the cursor continuously by holding down the key. 6. When you press the key once, the sewing point will change to red and it will be selected. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 73: Adding A New Sewing Start Point Before The First Stitch

    6 to position 1. down the key. A sewing point will be added to the outline between sewing points 1 and 2. Added point 15. Carry out steps 6 and 7 in "Programming procedure" (page 19, 20). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 74: Adding An Escape Point Before The Sewing Start Point

    The sewing start point at position 1 will be moved to position A. By shifting the position of the sewing start point, the point can be used as an escape point. 3. Touch 6. Carry out steps 6 and 7 in "Programming procedure" (page 19, 20 BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 75: Modifying A Pattern By Moving A Component Point

    6. When you press the key once, the component point will change to red and it will be selected. 11. Carry out steps 6 and 7 in "Programming procedure" (page 19, 20). 7. Press BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 76: Modifying A Pattern By Adding A Component Point

    A and B. 12. Press 13. Repeat steps 8 to 11 to move component point A' which was added in step 5. A’ A’ 14. Carry out steps 6 and 7 in "Programming procedure" (page 19, 20). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 77: Modifying A Pattern By Deleting A Component Point

    The selected component point will be deleted. The 3. Touch outline will be reconstructed so that the component points before and after the selected component point are joined together. 7. Carry out steps 6 and 7 in "Programming procedure" (page 19, 20). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 78: Moving The Pattern In Parallel

    7. Use the jog key to move the cursor along the X-axis to position A. 3. Touch 8. Press The 1st stitch will move to position A. 9. Carry out steps 6 and 7 in "Programming procedure" (page 19, 20). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 79: Deleting A Part Of Data During Programming

    4. Use to move the cursor to 8. 5. When you press the key once, the sewing point will change to red and it will be selected. 6. Press The sewing point at 8 will be deleted. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 80: Moving A Part Of A Continuous Program In Parallel

    10. Carry out steps 6 and 7 in "Programming procedure" (page 19, 20). 4. Use to position the cursor at the outline of pattern B. 5. When you press the key once, the outline will change to red lines and it will be selected. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 81: Moving A Part Of A Continuous Program In Parallel Partially

    B. Start point 5. When you press the key once, the outline will Feed change to red lines and it will be selected. Feed 6” 6. Press 3” Pattern A Pattern B Pattern C BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 82: Inserting A Straight Line Into A Pattern

    9. Press to provisionally set the sewing points. * Repeat steps 8 and 9 until the shape of the pattern has been created. 10. Press to confirm the pattern. 4. Touch 5. Touch to select "Insert". BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 83 * You can move the cursor continuously by holding down the key. 7. Press to provisionally set the start point. 8. Use the jog key to move the cursor to the end 3. Touch point. 9. Press to confirm the pattern. 4. Touch BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 84 9. Press to provisionally set the sewing points. * Repeat steps 8 and 9 until the shape of the pattern has been created. 10. Press to confirm the pattern. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 85: Extended Option Output (program)

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output (PROGRAM)
  • Page 86: Foreword

    * This is not displayed when "Single SEQ file mode" in "Programmer" is set to "ON". Refer to Chapter 6 for details on changing the setting. Reading the extended option output data saved in the media. Opens the setting screen. Loads extended option output programs from the sewing machine. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 87 Sets the extended option output program which is being displayed into the sewing machine. * This is not displayed when "Single SEQ file mode" in "Programmer" is set to "ON". Refer to Chapter 6 for details on changing the setting. Deletes extended option output programs from the sewing machine. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 88: Setting Extended Option Output

    Set 0 or any value between 10 and 2550 ms by increments of 10 ms. ■ Timer 2 Set duration of the extended option output. Set 0 or any value between 10 and 2550 ms by increments of 10 ms. If you set 0, the switched output status is kept. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 89: Setting Enabling Conditions

    * Up to a maximum of 99 extended option outputs can be saved in the panel internal memory. In addition, the setting data can be written to external storage media (SD card or USB media). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 90: Saving With A Different Filename

    If you would like to overwrite an existing program number, enter an existing extended option output program number at the save screen in step 1. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 91: Loading Extended Option Output Which Has Been Created

    * To delete extended option output which has been saved in external media (panel internal memory, SD card or USB media), delete the extended option output file which is saved on the storage media while referring to "Deleting files and folders" in the File Manager Functions (page 117). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 92: Applying Extended Option Output To The Sewing Machine

    2. A confirmation screen will be displayed for you to confirm if it is okay to initialize the content which has been applied. 3. Touch 4. The extended option output which has been applied will be deleted from to the sewing machine and the setting will be initialized. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 93: Table Of Condition Number

    After a low air pressure error is detected Before moving to the next start point on completion of sewing in the split mode After moving to the next start point on completion of sewing in the split mode BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 94: External Input Of The Extended Option

    When extended option input 18 is turned off When extended option output 17 is turned off When extended option output 18 is turned on When extended option output 18 is turned off When extended option output 19 is turned on BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 95: Table Of Extended Option Input

    SW164=OFF PNo Input bit0 MEMORY PNo Input bit1 SW354=1,2 PNo Input bit2 MEMORY (EXIN2) PNo Input bit3 SW355=ON PNo Input bit4 Start disallowed MEMORY signal SW569=1,2,3 EXIN3 MEMORY AIR SW SW558=ON (EXOUT1) (SENSOR1) (EXIN4) BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 96: Table Of Extended Option Output

    *3 Use is only possible for the BAS-360H, BAS-365H, BAS-370H and BAS-375H. *4 Not used for models other than the BAS-360H, BAS-365H, BAS-370H and BAS-375H. *5 Not used for the BAS-360H, BAS-365H, BAS-370H and BAS-375H. *6 Not used for models other than the BAS-326H-484. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 97: Examples Of The Extended Option Output

    Timer 2 setting [ms] [ms] Condition Condition Condition Content Content Content Rising of End of Output 6 1200 work clamp sewing Output 4 ON - - - - Output 4 ON 1700 - - - - BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 98 End of sewing point returns to home Output 5 ON position Trigger detection - - - - Input 1 ON Input 2 ON - - - - Output 6 OFF Output 3 OFF - - - - BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 99 Change of P. No. Sewing Movement of machine End of sewing sewing start point returns to home position Thread breakage detection - - - - Start of step back Output 4 OFF BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 100: Use Of Extended Option Output (basics)

    After the setting is input, the numeric value in the column of the extended option output setting screen will be refreshed, so that you can check if the value has been input correctly. 3. Touch 4. Save the settings in the panel internal memory, and then touch BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 101 (since the setting for Timer 1 has been changed from 0 to 0.5 sec.), and that the length of time the work clamp takes to rise is less (since the setting for Timer 2 has been changed from 1 to 0.5 sec.). BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 102 6. Carry out sewing operation. Confirm that the left work clamp rises after the needle returns to the sewing start point and it lowers when sewing begins. As shown in the above example, when Timer 2 is set to [0000], the on or off state will remain unchanged after the condition is established. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 103 6. After adding the code, save the sewing program under a new program number. 7. Carry out sewing. Check that the left work clamp rises at the position where the code was added, and that it drops when sewing starts. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 104 In sequence output mode (outputs are continuously turned on and off), it can be useful to specify the first output that turns on as the output condition for sewing machine operation. Then specify the moments when the first output turns on or off as the output condition for subsequent outputs. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 105 If you do not set any enabling conditions as in the previous examples, outputs are turned on and off according to the settings made on the output setting screen. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 106: Use Of Extended Option Output (application)

    Up to 2 input AND conditions can be set for each option output. Configuration of 3 input AND conditions is enabled by setting one output as a virtual output. (Refer to "Examples of option outputs" on page 92, 99.) ・Control of the incorporated stepper motor output by the extended option output is disabled. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 107: Examples Of Option Outputs (application)

    Though depressing the start pedal usually starts sewing operation, it will not when memory switch No. 950 is set to ON. Depress the foot pedal twice to raise and lower the work clamp. Confirm that sewing commences after the foot pedal has reached the lowered position. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 108 By carrying out sequence control of the raising and lowering of the work clamp using the option output as shown in the example above, you can configure the sewing machine so that material is automatically loaded before sewing. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 109 3. Referring to the "External input of the extended option" table of condition numbers (refer to page 86), set the enabling condition for No. 2 to "Enable setting when condition No. 40 (input 1 on) is established". Enter into the setting screen as follows. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 110 In the example above, the output condition for virtual output No. 2 on is condition No. 40 (input 1 on). If input 1 is already on when the power is turned on, virtual output No. 2 will not turn on. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 111 4. Add condition No. 15 (when the sewing machine enters the temporary pause state), as conditions for output No. 4, 5, and 6 OFF. If you press the temporary pause switch, the output is immediately turned off. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 112: How To Create Programs

    In addition to using a contact switch or a 24 V sensor, use relays to isolate inputs. Circuit board External relay +24V External 4.7KΩ Input terminal equipment ・ Use relays for an electronic circuit with a min. application load of 5 V and 1 mA or less. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 113 *1 Use is only possible for the BAS-360H, BAS-365H, BAS-370H and BAS-375H. Table of option input Allocation Connector Option input Pin No. Name Description Connector No. Signal +24V (EXIN1) (EXIN2) (EXIN3) (EXOUT1) (SENSOR1) (EXIN4) *1 Use is only possible for the BAS-360H, BAS-365H, BAS-370H and BAS-375H. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 114: Use Of Extended Option Output (reference Material)

    *1 Use is only possible for the BAS-360H, BAS-365H, Ltd. BAS-370H and BAS-375H.  Housing pin for P44 EXIN4 connector Option input 17 - 18 J.S.T. Mfg. Co., Ltd. PH Series 6-pin *1 Use is only possible for the BAS-360H, BAS-365H, BAS-370H and BAS-375H. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 115: Circuit Diagram Of The Checking Board

    Output 19 Option input 12 Option output 20 Option input (Spare) Input 12 Output 20 Option input 14 is a connector shared with the home position sensor signal. It is not used on the checking board. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 116 Option output 23 Option input 18 Output 23 Option output 24 Input 17 Output 24 Option input 17 Option input 14 is a connector shared with the home position sensor signal. It is not used on the BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 117: Block Diagram

    CHAPTER 4 EXTENDED OPTION OUTPUT (PROGRAM) Block diagram Connector layout of the main circuit board (BAS-360H, BAS-365H, BAS-370H, BAS-375H.) (3.3V power supply yellow-green) (32V power supply yellow-green) (200V power supply orange) BAS-311HN、BAS-326H BAS-326H-484 BAS-341H、BAS-342H None 4288B BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 118 CHAPTER 4 EXTENDED OPTION OUTPUT (PROGRAM) Connector layout of the main circuit board (BAS-360H, BAS-365H, BAS-370H, BAS-375H) (3.3V power supply yellow-green) (32V power supply yellow-green) (200V power supply orange) None 4168B BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 119: File Manager Functions

    Chapter 5 File Manager Functions...
  • Page 120: Foreword

    Touch this to change Displays the folder change the media. the folder. path. currently-selected media will be These change displayed. the list display and carry out file operations. This selects unselects everything. This displays detailed file information. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 121 Media selection, file selection, addresses, sorting Selecting media for browsing (Panel internal memory, SD card, USB media) Formatting media Changing media Moving to a higher folder Selecting/unselecting all items Changing the display Switching to list display Switching to icon display BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 122 Pasting files and folders Editing files Switching between multiple select and single select mode Writing from the panel internal memory to other media (storage media) Reading from other media (storage media) to the panel internal memory BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 123: Displaying File Lists

    This switches the method used for displaying file contents. 4. Touch 1. At the screen, touch to display the File Manager. 2. Touch 5. The file contents will be displayed in icon format. 3. The file contents will be displayed in list format. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 124: Sorting The Display

    2. Touch the "Name", "Type" or "Date" tab at the top of the list. 3. The file contents will be sorted in ascending or descending order based on the item which you touched. (The order switches between ascending and descending each time you touch the same item.) BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 125: File Operations

    (To delete more than one file or folder, use multiple select mode to select the files or folders which you would like to delete.) 3. Touch 5. The selected file(s) or folder(s) will be deleted. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 126: Copying Files And Folders

    To overwrite, touch Touch to return to the file list screen. 4. Navigate to the destination folder for copying. 6. The selected file(s) or folder(s) will be copied to the displayed folder. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 127: Moving Files And Folders

    3. Touch 6. The selected file(s) or folder(s) will be moved to the displayed folder. 4. Navigate to the destination folder for moving. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 128: Changing The Names Of Files And Folders

    * In the case of sewing data files, you can edit the comments at the same time. 3. Touch 5. Touch 6. The filename, folder name and/or comment will be changed to the contents which were edited in step BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 129: Creating Folders

    3. Navigate to the folder where you would like to 5. The display will change to the folder name entry create a new sub-folder. screen, so that you can enter the name of the folder. 6. Touch 7. The folder will be created. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 130: File Operations Using Storage Media

    (To export more than one file or folder, use 6. The selected file(s) will be exported to the multiple select mode to select the files or folders storage media. which you would like to export.) BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 131: Formatting Media

    4. A screen asking you to confirm the formatting operation will be displayed. Touch Touch to return to the file list screen. 5. The specified media will be formatted, and it can then be used. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 132 CHAPTER 5 FILE MANAGER FUNCTIONS BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 133: Chapter 6 Setting Functions

    Chapter 6 Setting Functions...
  • Page 134: Setting The Programming Functions

    ON: A single SEQ file is always used for extended option editing. OFF: Settings are saved in multiple SEQ files specified by numbers for ON / OFF Single SEQ file mode extended option editing. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 135: Setting The Display

    * Refer to the following table for the setting items. 4. Touch at the bottom of the screen to apply the changed settings. Setting item Summary Setting value Brightness This changes the brightness of the LCD backlight. Dark ... Bright BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 136: Setting The Date And Time

    This changes the date display format. YYYY/MM/DD Date display Example: When set to YYYY/MM/DD , the date is displayed as DD/MM/YYYY format "2015/01/01". MM/DD/YYYY Time display 12 hours/ This changes the time display format. format 24 hours BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 137: List Of Time Zone Settings

    Eastern European Standard Time (Amman) Guam Eastern European Standard Time (Athens) Magadan Eastern European Standard Time (Beirut) New Zealand/Auckland Eastern European Standard Time (Cairo) Fiji Eastern European Standard Time (Helsinki) Majuro Israel Standard Time (Jerusalem) Tongatapu Minsk BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 138: Setting The Language

    This changes the volume of the button check sound. sound volume Low ... High Error check sound This changes the volume of the error check sound. 0 - 6 volume Some fatal errors will generate a sound regardless of this setting. Low ... High BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 139: Checking Information

    Panel software This displays the version of the LCD panel software. version Maintenance This displays the maintenance information for the sewing machine. information list Error log list This displays the error information for the sewing machine. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 140: Updating The Software

    "Open source license" from the list. 3. Touch "Open source license". Item No. Summary This displays the license for the open source software. Open source license If you touch "Open source license", the license will be displayed. BAS H series, Programmer...
  • Page 141 INSTRUCTION MANUAL BAS H series, Programmer ©2016, 2018, 2019 Brother Industries, Ltd. All Rights Reserved. I9031313B E 2019.03.B (1) This is the original instructions.

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