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  • Page 2 Introduction This manual explains the items required for installing and connecting the C70. Read this manual thoroughly and understand the product's functions and performance before starting to use. This manual is written on the assumption that all option functions are added, but the actually delivered device may not have all functions.
  • Page 4 Precautions for Safety Always read this manual and enclosed documents before installation, operation, maintenance and inspection to ensure correct usage. Thoroughly understand the basics, safety information and precautions of the devices before using. This manual classifies the safety precautions into "DANGER", "WARNING" and "CAUTION". When the user could be subject to imminent fatalities or serious injuries if DANGER handling is mistaken.
  • Page 5 For Safe Use This product is not designed or manufactured on the assumption that the product will be used for the equipment or systems that are to be subject to any fatal consequences. Please inquire our customer service department about any particular usage other than the normal usage as a machine tool. 1.
  • Page 6 2. Items related to prevention of fire CAUTION Install the controller, servo drive unit, servomotor and regenerative resistor on non-combustible material. Installation directly on or near combustible materials could result in fires. If any malfunction in the unit is observed, shut off the power at the unit’s input power side. Continuous flow of large current could result in fires.
  • Page 7 4. General Precautions Always follow the precautions below. Incorrect handling could result in faults, injuries or electric shocks, etc. (1) Transportation and installation CAUTION Correctly transport the products according to the weights. Use servomotor’s suspension bolts to transport the servomotor itself. Do not use it to transport the servomotor after installation onto the machine.
  • Page 8 International Air Transport Association (IATA), International Maritime Organization (IMO) and U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). Due to ventilation problems, do not install the base units vertically or horizontally when C70 is mounted on a board, etc. Install the basic base on a flat surface. Unevenness or warping of the surface can apply undue force to printed circuit boards and lead to operation failures.
  • Page 9 (2) Items related to wiring CAUTION Correctly wire this product. Failure to observe this could result in servomotor runaway, etc. Do not install a phase advancing capacitor, surge absorber or radio noise filter on the output side of the servo drive unit.
  • Page 10 CAUTION Use wires and cables whose wire diameter, heat resistance level and bending capacity are compatible with the system. Ground the device according to the requirements of the country where the device is to be used. Wire the heat radiating fins and wires so that they do not contact. When using the RS-232C device as a peripheral device, caution must be paid for connector connection/ disconnection.
  • Page 11 (4) Usage CAUTION Use C70 in an environment that meets the general specifications contained in this manual. Using C70 in an environment outside the range of the general specifications could result in electric shock, fire, operation failure, and damage to or deterioration of the product.
  • Page 12 CAUTION Install an external emergency stop circuit so that the power will turn OFF followed by the immediate operation stop. A contactor, etc., is required in addition to the shutoff function mounted in the controller. Turn OFF the power immediately if any smoke, abnormal noise or odor is generated from the controller, servo drive unit or servomotor.
  • Page 13 (5) Troubleshooting CAUTION Use a servomotor with electromagnetic brakes or Shut off with motor Shut off with CNC establish an external brake mechanism for the brake control output brake control PLC output purpose of holding; this serves as countermeasures for possible hazardous situation caused by power failure or product fault.
  • Page 14 (6) Maintenance, inspection and part replacement CAUTION Periodically back up the programs, tool data and parameters to avoid potential data loss. Also, back up those data before maintenance and inspections. When replacing the battery on the controller side, the machining programs, tool data and parameters, etc., should be backed up with the input/output device beforehand.
  • Page 16 This symbol mark is according to the directive 2006/66/EC Article 20 Information for end-users and Annex II. Your MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components which can be recycled and/or reused. This symbol means that batteries and accumulators, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from your household waste.
  • Page 18: Table Of Contents

    3.1.2 Precautions for Installation of Basic Base Unit ................59 3.1.3 Module Installation and Removal....................61 3.2 Precautions for Mounting the Battery Holder Unit................63 3.3 Calculating Heat Generation by C70 ....................64 4 Wiring and Connecting..........................67 4.1 Precautions ............................68 4.1.1 Power supply wiring ........................
  • Page 19 Appendix 1.4.3 Measures for Power Supply..................87 Appendix 1.5 Measures for Wiring in Panel ....................88 Appendix 1.5.1 Precautions for Wiring in Panel..................88 Appendix 1.5.2 Shield Treatment of Cables ..................88 Appendix 1.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts ....................89 Appendix 1.6.1 Shield Clamp Fitting..................... 89 Appendix 1.6.2 Ferrite Core........................
  • Page 20: System Configuration

    章 付録 System Configuration...
  • Page 21: System Basic Configuration Drawing

    MITSUBISHI CNC 1. System Configuration 1.1 System Basic Configuration Drawing HMI GOT1000 G T D e s i g n e r CNC UNIT E M G G X D e v e l o p e r S K I P Q 170D BAT BATTER M S C o n f i g u r a t o r...
  • Page 22: General Connection Diagram

    C70 Connection Manual 1.2 General Connection Diagram 1.2 General Connection Diagram Display module GOT1000 Series Specifications including unit names , cable H200 cable (panel internal wiring) H100 Cable names, and maximum lengths of cables are G302 cable (panel external wiring)
  • Page 23: Component Modules

    MITSUBISHI CNC 1. System Configuration 1.3 Component Modules 1.3.1 CNC Control Unit (1) Basic base Model name Remarks Reference QCPU User’s Manual Q38DB 8 slots (Hardware Design, Maintenance and Inspection) Q312DB 12 slots (SH(NA)-080483ENG) (2) Power supply Model name Remarks Reference Input power supply : 100 to 240VAC Q61P...
  • Page 24 C70 Connection Manual 1.3 Component Modules (5) Battery holder unit Model name Remarks Reference Q173NCBATC Battery holder unit (6) Input module (a) AC Model name Remarks Reference 16 points, 100 to 120VAC 8mA(100VAC, 60Hz)/7mA(100VAC, 50Hz) QX10 Response time: 20ms 16 points/common, 18-point terminal block...
  • Page 25 MITSUBISHI CNC 1. System Configuration (c) DC sensor Model name Remarks Reference 16 points, 5/12VDC, 1.2mA(5VDC)/3.3mA(12VDC) Response time: 1/5/10/20/70ms QX70 16 points/common, Positive/negative common type 18-point terminal block 32 points, 5/12VDC, 1.2mA(5VDC)/3.3mA(12VDC) QCPU(Q mode) CPU Module Response time: 1/5/10/20/70ms QX71 User’s Manual (Hardware) 32 points/common, Positive/negative common type (IB(NA)-0800061)
  • Page 26 C70 Connection Manual 1.3 Component Modules (7) Analog input module (a) Voltage input module Model name Remarks Reference 8 channels, Input: -10 to 10VDC Output (resolution): 0 to 4000; -4000 to 4000; Q64AD, Q68ADV, Q68ADI A/ 0 to 12000; -12000 to 12000; 0 to 16000;...
  • Page 27 MITSUBISHI CNC 1. System Configuration (8) Output module (a) Relay Model name Remarks Reference 16 points, 24VDC/240VAC, 2A/point, 8A/common QY10 Response time: 12ms 16 points/common QCPU(Q mode) CPU Module 18-point terminal block User’s Manual (Hardware) 8 points, 24VDC/240VAC, 2A/point (IB(NA)-0800061) QY18A Response time: 12ms 18-point terminal block, All relays isolated...
  • Page 28 C70 Connection Manual 1.3 Component Modules (d) Transistor (independent) Model name Remarks Reference 8 points, 5 to 24VDC OFF-time leakage current: 0.1mA QCPU(Q mode) CPU Module QY68A Response time: 10ms, Sink/source type User’s Manual (Hardware) 18-point terminal block, Surge killer provided...
  • Page 29 MITSUBISHI CNC 1. System Configuration (9) Analog output module (a) Voltage output module Model name Remarks Reference 8 channels Input (resolution): 0 to 4000; -4000 to 4000; 0 to 12000; -12000 to 12000; -16000 to 16000 Digital-Analog Converter Q68DAVN Output: -10 to 10VDC Module User's Manual Conversion speed: 80µs/channel (SH(NA)-080054)
  • Page 30 C70 Connection Manual 1.3 Component Modules (11) Temperature input module (a) RTD Model name Remarks Reference 4 channels Platinum RTD (Pt100(JIS C1604-1997, IEC 751 Q64RD 1983), JPt100(JISC1604-1981)) Conversion speed: 40ms/channel RTD Input Module Channel 18-point terminal block Isolated RTD Input Module...
  • Page 31 MITSUBISHI CNC 1. System Configuration (12) Channel isolated pulse input module Model name Remarks Reference Channel Isolated Pulse Input 8 channels 30kpps/10kpps/1kpps/100pps/50pps/ Module User's Manual QD60P8-G 10pps/1pps/0.1pps (Hardware) Count input signal: 5/12 to 24VDC (IB(NA)-0800229E) (13) High-speed counter module Model name Remarks Reference 2 channels, 200/100/10kpps...
  • Page 32 C70 Connection Manual 1.3 Component Modules (16) MES interface module Model name Remarks Reference 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX 1 channel MES Interface Module User's QJ71MES96 (Note) MX MESInterface and CF card are separately Manual (Hardware) required. (IB(NA)-0800354E) (17) MELSECNET/H (a) SI/QSI optical interface...
  • Page 33 MITSUBISHI CNC 1. System Configuration (19) CC-Link IE controller network Model name Remarks Reference CC-Link IE Optical double loop interface module QJ71GP21-SX (1000BASE-SX) Control/normal station CC-Link IE Controller Network Module User's Manual CC-Link IE Optical double loop interface module (Hardware) (IB-0800364E) QJ71GP21S-SX (1000BASE-SX) Control/normal station With external power supply...
  • Page 34 C70 Connection Manual 1.3 Component Modules (23) Spring clamp terminal block Model name Remarks Reference Spring Clamp Terminal Block For 16 points I/O modules, 0.3 to 1.5mm (AWG22 Q6TE-18S Model Q6TE-18S User’s to 16) Manual (IB(NA)-0800204E) (24) Terminal block adapter...
  • Page 35 MITSUBISHI CNC 1. System Configuration (26) Cable (a) Cables for CNC CPU Max. Standard cable length Cable type Application Remarks length F020 Manual pulse generator: 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20 12V power supply type can be used.
  • Page 36 C70 Connection Manual 1.3 Component Modules (b) Cable for connector and terminal block changeover unit Model name Remarks Reference AC05TB For A6TBXY36/A6TBXY54/A6TBX70 (positive common/sink type modules), 0.5m AC10TB For A6TBXY36/A6TBXY54/A6TBX70 (positive common/sink type modules), 1m AC20TB For A6TBXY36/A6TBXY54/A6TBX70 (positive common/sink type modules), 2m...
  • Page 37 MITSUBISHI CNC 1. System Configuration (c) Cable for drive unit Max. Standard cable length Cable type Application Remarks length 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20, 25, CNP2E-1-□M Motor side PLG cable CNV22J-K1P- Detector extension cable 0.3m 0.3M for HF-KP motor CNV22J-K2P- Detector extension cable 0.3m...
  • Page 38 C70 Connection Manual 1.3 Component Modules (27) Relay terminal unit (a) Unit Model name Remarks Reference Relay Terminal Module User's 40 pin connector Manual (Hardware) A6TE2-16SRN For 24VDC Transistor output unit (sink type A6TE2-16SRN module) IB-68932 (b) Cable Model name...
  • Page 39: Got

    MITSUBISHI CNC 1. System Configuration 1.3.2 GOT 1.3.2.1 GT16 (1) GOT (a) GT1695M Model name Remarks Reference 15.0 type, XGA [1024×768 dots] TFT color liquid crystal display (High intensity and GT1695M-XTBA wide angle view), 65536 colors <Multi-media and video/RGB supported> 100-240VAC, built-in flash memory 15MB GT16 General Description (IB-0800434)
  • Page 40 C70 Connection Manual 1.3 Component Modules (d) GT1665M Model name Remarks Reference 8.4 type, SVGA [800×600 dots] TFT color liquid crystal display (High intensity and GT1665M-STBA wide angle view), 65536 colors <Multi media and video/RGB supported> 100-240VAC, built-in flash memory 15MB...
  • Page 41: Gt15

    MITSUBISHI CNC 1. System Configuration 1.3.2.2 GT15 (1) GOT (a) GT1595 Model name Remarks Reference 15.0 type, XGA [1024×768 dots] TFT color liquid crystal display (High intensity and GT1595-XTBA wide angle view), 65536 colors, 100-240VAC, built-in flash memory 9MB GT15 General Description (IB(NA)-0800322E) 15.0 type, XGA [1024×768 dots] TFT color liquid crystal display (High intensity and...
  • Page 42 C70 Connection Manual 1.3 Component Modules (2) Communication unit (a) Ethernet communication unit Model name Remarks Reference GT15 Ethernet Ethernet (100Base-TX/10Base-T) unit communication unit User’s GT15-J71E71-100 Necessary for connecting to Q173NCCPU Manual (IB(NA)-0800314E) (3) Option function board Model name Remarks...
  • Page 43: Peripheral Device

    I/O duplication monitoring module (High speed type) (Maximum 3 modules) (2) Terminal block Model name Remarks Terminal block converter module FA-LTB40P (Arrangement : MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ENGINEERING COMPANY LIMITED) (3) Cable Model name Remarks Cable for terminal block converter module FA-CBL...
  • Page 44: General Specifications

    章 付録 General Specifications...
  • Page 45: Installation Environment Conditions

    Pollution level 2 is when only non-conductive pollution occurs. A temporary conductivity caused by condensing must be expected occasionally. (Note 3) Do not use or store C70 under pressure higher than the atmospheric pressure of altitude 0m. Doing so can cause an operation failure.
  • Page 46: Base Unit

    C70 Connection Manual 2.2 Base Unit 2.2 Base Unit M4 x 4 Q38DB Q312DB Q63B Q65B Q68B Q612B 15. 5 170 0. 3 170 0. 3 167 0. 3 222. 5 0. 3 190 0. 3 190 0. 3 138 0. 3 249 0.
  • Page 47: Power Supply

    MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications 2.3 Power Supply C70 uses Q61P (100-240VAC input, 5VDC 6A output), Q63P (24VDC input, 5VDC 6A output) or Q64P (100-120VAC/200- 240VAC input, 5VDC 8.5A output) or Q64PN(100-240VAC input, 5VDC 8.5A output). Specifications Item Q61P Base loading position...
  • Page 48 C70 Connection Manual 2.3 Power Supply Item Q63P Q64P Q64PN Base loading position Q series power supply module loading slot Applicable base unit Q38DB, Q312DB, Q63B, Q65B, Q68B, Q612B 100 to 120VAC+10%-15% 24VDC+30%-35% /200 to 240VAC+10%-15% 100 to 240VAC+10%-15% Input power supply (15.6 to 31.2VDC)
  • Page 49 MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications *1: Overcurrent protection The overcurrent protection device shuts off the 5V, 24VDC circuit and stops the system if the current flowing in the circuit exceeds the specified value. The LED of the power supply module is turned off or lights up in dim green when voltage is lowered. If this device is activated, switch the input power supply off and eliminate the cause such as insufficient current capacity or short.
  • Page 50 C70 Connection Manual 2.3 Power Supply Names of parts The following shows the names of the parts of each power module. - Q63P (24VDC input, 5VDC 6A output) - Q64P (100 to 120VAC/200 to 240VAC input, 5VDC 8.5A output) - Q61P (100 - 240VAC input, 5VDC 6A output) - Q64PN(100-240VAC input, 5VDC 8.5A output)
  • Page 51 MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications (3) FG terminal Ground terminal connected to the shield pattern of the printed circuit board. (4) LG terminal - Grounding for the power supply filter. - This terminal has potential of 1/2 of the input voltage for AC input (Q61P, Q64P and Q64PN). - This is also a protective earth terminal (PE).
  • Page 52: Plc Cpu

    C70 Connection Manual 2.4 PLC CPU 2.4 PLC CPU For the further details than the following descriptions, refer to "QCPU User's Manual (Hardware Design, Maintenance and Inspection)" (SH(NA)-080483ENG). Dimension and Names of parts [mm] 89.3 27.4 [Q03UDCPU / Q04UDHCPU / Q06UDHCPU / Q13UDHCPU / Q26UDHCPU] [mm] 27.4...
  • Page 53 MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications (1) CARD : Memory card slot for C70 (2) SW : RUN, STOP and RESET switches (3) USB : USB connector for the connection of a tool (4) RS232 : RS-232C connector for the connection of a tool...
  • Page 54 C70 Connection Manual 2.4 PLC CPU Life time of the battery Frequency of PLC CPU module type Power-ON Guaranteed Actual ser- battery Backup time after time ratio*2 value*3 vice value*4 usage*1 alarm*5 (70 ℃ ) (40 ℃ ) 22,600hr 43,800hr...
  • Page 55 MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications *5: In the following status, the backup time after power OFF is 3 minutes. -The battery connector is disconnected. -The lead wire of the battery is broken. (6) Ethernet: Ethernet connector...
  • Page 56: Cnc Cpu Module

    C70 Connection Manual 2.5 CNC CPU Module 2.5 CNC CPU Module Dimension and Names of parts 27.4 119. 3 (1) LED : Display of state/alarm code (with 3 digits) (2) SW1 : Rotary switch for maintenance (usually set to “0”) (3) SW2 : Rotary switch for maintenance (usually set to “0”)
  • Page 57 MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications (5) EMG : Connector for the emergency stop signal input EMGCOM Input type : Current sinking/sourcing Insulation method : Photocoupler insulation Input voltage : 24VDC (+10/-15%, ripple ratio within 5%) OFF voltage/current : 17.5VDC or more / 3.0mA or less ON voltage/current : 1.8VDC or less / 0.18mA or less Input resistance...
  • Page 58 C70 Connection Manual 2.5 CNC CPU Module (10) MPG : Connector for 5V manual pulse generator 5VDC +5VDC +5VDC SG(0V) 4700pF 4700pF SG(0V) Input pulse signal type : 90° phase difference between HA1 and HB1. Max. input pulse frequency : 100kHz...
  • Page 59 MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications (13) EXT I/F : Connector for the expansion connection of skip signal/ 5V manual pulse generator OUT 5V OUT 5V OUT 5V OUT 5V OUT SG(0V) OUT SG(0V) OUT SG(0V) (Reserve) (Reserve) OUT SG(0V) OUT SG(0V) (Reserve) (Reserve) (Reserve)
  • Page 60: Battery Box For Cnc Cpu (q173nccpu)

    100% 43,800hr *1: The power-on time ratio indicates the ratio of C70 power-on time to one day (24 hours). (When the total power-on time is 12 hours and the total power-off time is 12 hours, the power-on time ratio is 50%.) *2: The guaranteed value;...
  • Page 61: Dual Signal Module

    MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications 2.7 Dual Signal Module Use the dual signal module within the following specifications. Specifications Items Q173SXY Q173SXY-2 32 points x 2 systems (32 points for PLC CPU control + 32 points for CNC CPU Number of input points control, 20 points x 2 systems for safety input, 12 points x 2 systems for feedback input for output) Input insulation method...
  • Page 62 C70 Connection Manual 2.7 Dual Signal Module Names of parts [mm] 27.4 89.3 (1) LED: Shows the input signal state of PLCIO. (2)Module No. sticker: Module Nos. (1 to 3) should be written on this sticker when multiple dual signal modules are mounted.
  • Page 63 MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications (3) NCIO: I/O signals controlled by NCCPU (Q173NCCPU) Connector for 1 B2 0 NC-X00 1 A2 0 NC-X10 1 B1 9 NC-X01 1 A1 9 NC-X11 1B20 1B19 1 B1 8 NC-X02 1 A1 8 NC-X12 1B18 1 B1 7...
  • Page 64 C70 Connection Manual 2.7 Dual Signal Module I/O signals controlled by PLCCPU (QnUDHCPU). (4) PLCIO: Connector for 2 B2 0 PLC-X00 2 A2 0 PLC-X10 2 B1 9 PLC-X01 2 A1 9 PLC-X11 2 B1 8 PLC-X02 2 A1 8...
  • Page 65: Signal Splitter

    MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications 2.8 Signal Splitter (Note) Signal splitter allows DIN rail installation only. Dimension and Names of parts DIN Rail RIO1 DIN Rail (1) NC I/F : Connector for CNC CPU (2) RIO1 : (Not used) (3) DCIN : Terminal block for power supply (Used for the 12V power supply type manual pulse generator) (4) SKIP : Connector for skip signal...
  • Page 66 C70 Connection Manual 2.8 Signal Splitter (5) MPG : 5V/12V Connector for manual pulse generator SG(0V) +12VDC SG(0V) +12VDC SG(0V) +12VDC +5VDC +5VDC 5V manual pulse generator 12V manual pulse generator (HD60) (UFO-01-2Z9) input conditions input conditions Input pulse signal HA1 and HB1 phases (with phase difference 90°) (Refer to the waveform below.)
  • Page 67: Manual Pulse Generator

    MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications 2.9 Manual Pulse Generator [UFO-01-2Z9] 5V manual pulse generator (100 pulse/rev) <Outline dimension> Gasket 3- M4 stud Index Panel cut diameter 72 at equal pitch Above size only <Panel cut drawing> at equal pitch Produced by NIDEC NEMICON CORPORATION (Note) This product does not comply with MITSUBISHI CNC standard specifications.
  • Page 68 C70 Connection Manual 2.9 Manual Pulse Generator [HD60] 12V manual pulse generator (100 pulse/rev) <Outline dimension> 3. 6 Packing t 2. 0 3-M4 stud bolt 80 ± 1 77 ± 0. 5 Installation of screws other than M3 x 6 8.
  • Page 69: Terminal Block For Dual Signal Module (recommended)

    2. General Specifications 2.10 Terminal block for Dual Signal Module (Recommended) Terminal block converter module FA-LTB40P, produced by MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ENGINEERING, is recommended to connect the dual signals to the dual signal module. Use the connection cable FA-CBL □□ FMV-M produced by MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ENGINEERING.
  • Page 70: I/o Extension Connector Unit

    C70 Connection Manual 2.11 I/O Extension Connector Unit 2.11 I/O Extension Connector Unit General specifications of I/O Extension connector unit is same as that of GOT. Refer to the instruction manual of GOT you are using. As for input/output specifications, they are basically same as GT15-DIOR unit apart from the number of input points is extended to 64points.
  • Page 71 MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications Outline dimension and names of each parts 2-M4 screw M4 screw (1) CNX1 Connector: 3432-6002-LCPL * 3M (Cable side: 7940-□□00SC/3448-7940) Name of the signal Pin number COM0 COM1 COM0 COM1 ( 24VDC) (0V) (24VDC) (0V)
  • Page 72 C70 Connection Manual 2.11 I/O Extension Connector Unit (2) CNX2 Connector: 3432-6002-LCPL * 3M (Cable side: 7940-□□00SC/3448-7940) Name of the signal Pin number COM2 COM3 COM2 COM3 (24VDC) (0V) (24VDC) (0V) (3) CNY1 Connector: 3429-5002-LCPL * 3M (Cable side: 7926-□□00SC/3448-7926)
  • Page 73 MITSUBISHI CNC 2. General Specifications (4) GOT-DIO Connector: PCS-E50LMD+ * HONDA TSUSHIN KOGYO (Cable side: PCS-E50FA) Pin number Name of the signal Pin number Name of the signal XD0E XD0F XD0C XD0D XD0A XD0B XD08 XD09 XD06 XD07 XD04 XD05 XD02 XD03 XD00...
  • Page 74: Installation

    章 付録 Installation...
  • Page 75: Module Installation

    Use C70 in an environment that meets the general specifications contained in this manual. Using C70 in an environment outside the range of the general specifications could result in electric shock, fire, operation failure, and damage to or deterioration of the product.
  • Page 76 C70 Connection Manual 3.1 Module Installation This section describes precautions for handling the CPU modules, I/O modules, power supply modules and basic base unit, etc. (1) Do not drop or apply strong impact on the modules, terminal block connectors and pin connectors.
  • Page 77 MITSUBISHI CNC 3. Installation (c) Place the left-hand side pear-shaped hole of the basic base unit onto the left hand side screw. (d) Fit the fixing screws into the fixing screw holes in the basic base unit bottom and re-tighten all the fixing screws.
  • Page 78: Precautions For Installation Of Basic Base Unit

    MITSUBISHI 123.5mm (2) Unit installation orientation (a) Since C70 generates heat, it should be fitted on a well ventilated location in the orientation shown below for heat release. GOOD (b) Do not use it in either of the orientations shown below.
  • Page 79 In order to avoid the effects of radiated noise and heat, provide the clearances indicated below between C70 and the other devices (contactors and relays). - In front of CNC CPU: 100 mm (3.94 inch) or more - On the right and left of C70: 50 mm (1.97 inch) or more Contactor, Relay,etc...
  • Page 80: Module Installation And Removal

    C70 Connection Manual 3.1 Module Installation 3.1.3 Module Installation and Removal This section explains how to install and remove a power supply module, PLC CPU module, CNC CPU module, input/output module and intelligent function module or another module to and from the base unit.
  • Page 81 MITSUBISHI CNC 3. Installation Removal (1) Remove the module fixing screws. (2) Hold the module with both hands, and push the hook on the top of the module with a finger until it stops. (3) While pushing the hook, and using the bottom of the module as a support, pull the module toward you.
  • Page 82: Precautions For Mounting The Battery Holder Unit

    C70 Connection Manual 3.2 Precautions for Mounting the Battery Holder Unit 3.2 Precautions for Mounting the Battery Holder Unit Fix the battery holder unit (Q170DBATC) on the panel with screws, paying particular attention to the mounting location and direction of the unit. The fixing screws (M5 x 14) are to be prepared by user.
  • Page 83: Calculating Heat Generation By C70

    3. Installation 3.3 Calculating Heat Generation by C70 The ambient temperature inside the control panel storing the C70 must be suppressed to a C70 operating ambient temperature of 55°C(131°F). For the design of radiation from the storing panel, it is necessary to know the average power consumption (heating value) of the devices and instruments stored in the control panel.
  • Page 84 If a normal ventilating fan is used, dust will be sucked into C70 together with the external air, and it may affect the performance of C70.
  • Page 85 MITSUBISHI CNC 3. Installation (c) Power consumption of power module = 3 / 7 × (0.39 + 1.25 + 0.20 + 0.05 + 0.08 + 0.50 + 0.23) × 5 = 5.79 [W] (d) Power consumption of a total of 5VDC logic section of each module = (0.39 + 1.25 + 0.20 + 0.05 + 0.08 + 0.50 + 0.23) ×...
  • Page 86: Wiring And Connecting

    章 付録 Wiring and Connecting...
  • Page 87: Precautions

    MITSUBISHI CNC 4. Wiring and Connecting 4.1 Precautions CAUTION Be sure to ground of earth terminal FG and LG. Not doing so could result in electric shock or operation failure. (Ground resistance: 100Ω or less) When wiring in the unit, be sure that it is done correctly by checking the product's rated voltage and the terminal layout.
  • Page 88: Wiring Of I/o Equipment

    C70 Connection Manual 4.1 Precautions 4.1.2 Wiring of I/O equipment (a) Insulation-sleeved crimping terminals cannot be used with the terminal block. It is recommended to cover the wire connections of the crimping terminals with mark or insulation tubes. (b) The wires used for connection to the terminal block should be 0.3 to 0.75mm in core and 2.8mm...
  • Page 89: Wiring To The Power Supply Module

    MITSUBISHI CNC 4. Wiring and Connecting 4.2 Wiring to the Power Supply Module The following diagram shows the wiring example of power lines, grounding lines, etc. to the basic base unit and the extension base unit. 100/200VAC CPU base unit (Q38B) Q61P/Q63P/Q64P/Q64PN QxxUD(H)CPU Fuse...
  • Page 90: Connecting The Emergency Stop Signal

    C70 Connection Manual 4.3 Connecting the Emergency Stop Signal 4.3 Connecting the Emergency Stop Signal Connect the emergency stop signal to the connector EMG. An external power supply is required, because Q173NCCPU module does not have 24VDC output for the emergency stop signal.
  • Page 91: Connecting The Got

    MITSUBISHI CNC 4. Wiring and Connecting 4.4 Connecting the GOT Connect a LAN cable to the connector DISPLAY I/F for the connection of the display module such as GOT1000 series. Refer to "GOT1000 Series Connection Manual 1/3" (SH(NA)-080532ENG) for the connection of GOT series. Ethernet communication module is separately required for GT15.
  • Page 92: Connecting The Servo Drive Unit

    C70 Connection Manual 4.5 Connecting the Servo Drive Unit 4.5 Connecting the Servo Drive Unit Connect an optical fiber cable to the connector CN1 for the connection of the optical communication servo drive unit MDS-D/DH series, MDS-D-SVJ3/SPJ3 series or MDS-DM series.
  • Page 93 MITSUBISHI CNC 4. Wiring and Connecting (2)Precautions for laying the cable (a) Do not apply a force exceeding the cable's tolerable tension. Binding the cables too tight with tie- wraps could result in an increased loss or a disconnection. Use a cushioning material such as a sponge or rubber when bundling the cables and fix so that the cables do not move.
  • Page 94: Connecting The Dual Signal Module

    C70 Connection Manual 4.6 Connecting the Dual Signal Module 4.6 Connecting the Dual Signal Module Connect a relay cable to the connector RIO for the connection of the dual signal module. Use the connector RIO1 on the dual signal module.
  • Page 95: Connecting The Signal Splitter

    MITSUBISHI CNC 4. Wiring and Connecting 4.7 Connecting the Signal Splitter Connect a relay cable to the connecter EXT I/F for the connection of the signal splitter(FCU7-HN387). Skip (sensor) signals (refer to Wiring and Connecting: Connecting the Skip Signal (Sensor)) and the signals from manual pulse generator(s) (refer to Wiring and Connecting: Connecting the Manual Pulse Generator) can be connected to the signal splitter.
  • Page 96: Connecting The Skip Signal (sensor)

    C70 Connection Manual 4.8 Connecting the Skip Signal (Sensor) 4.8 Connecting the Skip Signal (Sensor) Connect the skip signals to the connector EXT I/F on CNC CPU module, or the connector SKIP on signal splitter. H300 cable is used as composite cable with manual pulse generators. Use a terminal block for the relay connection.
  • Page 97: Connecting The Manual Pulse Generator

    MITSUBISHI CNC 4. Wiring and Connecting 4.9 Connecting the Manual Pulse Generator Connect the signals of manual pulse generator(s) to any of the following connectors. - Connector MPG or EXT I/F on CNC CPU module - Connector MPG on signal splitter (FCU7-HN387) All of the connectors above allow the connection of 5V power supply type manual pulse generator (UFO-01- 2Z9).
  • Page 98 C70 Connection Manual 4.9 Connecting the Manual Pulse Generator (2) Connecting via signal splitter Both 5V power supply type and 12V power supply type manual pulse generator can be connected to the signal splitter. 12V power supply type requires extra 12V power supply.
  • Page 99 MITSUBISHI CNC 4. Wiring and Connecting Cables for the connection of manual pulse generators to signal splitter Power supply type 5V power supply type G020 G021 G021 G022 G022 G022 12V power supply type F020 F021 F021 F022 F022 F022 (Note 1) When selecting a manual pulse generator, make sure that its case and 0V terminal are insulated.
  • Page 100: Connecting The I/o Extension Connector Unit

    C70 Connection Manual 4.10 Connecting the I/O Extension Connector Unit 4.10 Connecting the I/O Extension Connector Unit Connect a relay cable to GT15-DIOR external input/output unit for GOT1000 series for the connection of I/O extension connector unit(FCU7-HN831). GOT1000 FCU7-HN831 GT15-DIOR H810 <CNX1>...
  • Page 101 MITSUBISHI CNC 4. Wiring and Connecting...
  • Page 102: Appendix 1 Emc Installation Guidelines

    Appendix 1 A p p e n d i x 章 付録 EMC Installation Guidelines...
  • Page 103: Appendix 1.1 Introduction

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 1. EMC Installation Guidelines Refer to the "EMC Installation Guidelines BNP-B8582-45" for details related to the drive section (servo/spindle drive unit). Appendix 1.1 Introduction EMC Directives became mandatory as of January 1, 1996. The subject products must have a CE mark attached indicating that the product complies with the Directives.
  • Page 104: Appendix 1.2 Emc Directives

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 1.2 EMC Directives Appendix 1.2 EMC Directives The EMC Directives largely regulate the following two items. • Emission:Capacity to prevent output of obstructive noise that adversely affects external devices. Immunity:Capacity to not malfunction due to obstructive noise from external source.
  • Page 105: Appendix 1.3 Emc Measures

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 1. EMC Installation Guidelines Appendix 1.3 EMC Measures The main items relating to EMC measures include the following. (1) Store the device in a sealed metal panel. (2) Ground all conductors that are floating electrically. Decrease the impedance. (3) Increase the distance between the drive line and signal wire.
  • Page 106: Appendix 1.4.2 Measures For Door

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 1.4 Panel Structure Appendix 1.4.2 Measures for Door (1) Use metal for all materials configuring the panel. (2) When joining the door, use a gasket to lower the impedance of the contacting sections, or use a structure with a large contact area as shown below.
  • Page 107: Appendix 1.5 Measures For Wiring In Panel

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 1. EMC Installation Guidelines Appendix 1.5 Measures for Wiring in Panel Cables act as antennas to propagate unnecessary noise, and thus must be appropriately shielded and treated. The following measures must be sufficiently considered for the cables that carry out high-speed communication.
  • Page 108: Appendix 1.6 Emc Countermeasure Parts

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 1.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts Appendix 1.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts Appendix 1.6.1 Shield Clamp Fitting The effect can be improved by directly connecting the cable's shield sheath to the grounding plate as shown below. Install the grounding plate near the outlet (within 10cm) of each panel, and press against the grounding plate with the clamp fitting.
  • Page 109 MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 1. EMC Installation Guidelines Recommended ferrite core: TDK ZCAT Series Unit : mm Applicable cable ø ø Part Name Mass (g) outer diameter 22±1 18±1 7±1 15±1 7max. ZCAT1518-0730-M(-BK) 22±1 18±1 7±1 15±1 7max. ZCAT1518-0730(BK) ZCAT2017-0930-M(-BK) 21±1 17±1 9±1 20±1...
  • Page 110: Appendix 1.6.3 Surge Absorber

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 1.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts Appendix 1.6.3 Surge Absorber Make sure that the surge does not directly enter the AC line of the general-purpose stabilized power supply (user-prepared) supplying power to the CNC control unit and the peripheral devices. Select the following product or equivalent for the surge absorber.
  • Page 111 MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 1. EMC Installation Guidelines Example of surge absorber installation An example of installing the surge absorber in the machine control panel is shown below. A short-circuit fault will occur in the surge absorber if a surge exceeding the tolerance is applied. Thus, install a circuit protection breaker in the stage before the surge absorber.
  • Page 112: Appendix 1.6.4 Selection Of Stabilized Power Supply

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 1.6 EMC Countermeasure Parts Appendix 1.6.4 Selection of Stabilized Power Supply Consider the following characteristics when selecting the stabilized power supply (prepared by machine manufacturer). Use a power supply that complies with CE Marking or that follows the safety standards given below.
  • Page 113 MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 1. EMC Installation Guidelines...
  • Page 114: Appendix 2 Cable

    Appendix 2 A p p e n d i x 章 付録 Cable...
  • Page 115 MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable (Note) Symbols for writing cable drawings indicates twisted pair. indicates the shield sheath. indicates shield clamping to the grounding plate. (4) In the cable drawings, the partner of the twisted pair cable is given a priority, so the pin No. of the connectors at both ends are not necessary in number of order.
  • Page 116: Appendix 2.1 Cable Wire And Assembly

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.1 Cable Wire and Assembly Appendix 2.1 Cable Wire and Assembly (1) Cable wire The specifications of the wire used for each cable, and the machining methods are shown in this section. When manufacturing the detector cable and battery connection cable, use the recommended wires shown below or equivalent products.
  • Page 117 MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable (2) Cable assembly Assemble the cable with the cable shield wire securely connected to the ground plate of the connector. Core wire Connect with a ground plate of connector. Shield Sheath (external conductor)
  • Page 118: Appendix 2.2 Cnp2e-1 Cable

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.2 CNP2E-1 Cable Appendix 2.2 CNP2E-1 Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: Motor side PLG cable Spindle drive unit side connector (3M) Spindle motor side connector Receptacle: 36210-0100PL Shell kit: 36310-3200-008 Connector: 172169-1 (MOLEX) Contact: 170363-1(AWG26-22)
  • Page 119: Appendix 2.3 Cnv2e-8p/cnv2e-9p Cable

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable Appendix 2.3 CNV2E-8P/CNV2E-9P Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: Motor side detector cable (for A48/ Ball screw side detector cable CNV2E-8P (Straight) CNV2E-9P (Angle) Servo drive unit side connector Servomotor detector/ (3M) Ball screw side detector side connector Receptacle: 36210-0100PL Shell kit: 36310-3200-008 Plug: CM10-SP10S-M (Straight)
  • Page 120: Appendix 2.4 Cnv2e-d Cable

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.4 CNV2E-D Cable Appendix 2.4 CNV2E-D Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: MDS-B-SD unit cable Servo drive unit side connector (3M) Receptacle: 36210-0100PL MDS-B-SD unit side connector Shell kit: 36310-3200-008 (MOLEX) Connector: 10120-3000VE Connector set: 54599-1019 Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008 0.5mm...
  • Page 121: Appendix 2.5 Cnv2e-hp Cable

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable Appendix 2.5 CNV2E-HP Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: MDS-B-HR unit cable Servo drive unit side connector (3M) Receptacle: 36210-0100PL MDS-B-HR unit side connector Shell kit: 36310-3200-008 (MOLEX) Plug: RM15WTP-8S Connector set: 54599-1019 Clamp: RM15WTP-CP (10) 0.5mm P5(+5V) 0.5mm...
  • Page 122: Appendix 2.6 Cnv2e-k1p / Cnv2e-k2p Cable

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.6 CNV2E-K1P / CNV2E-K2P Cable Appendix 2.6 CNV2E-K1P / CNV2E-K2P Cable Max. cable length: 10m Application: HF-KP Motor detector cable CNV2E-K1P (load side angle) CNV2E-K2P (reverse load side angle) Servo drive unit side connector Servo motor detector connector...
  • Page 123: Appendix 2.7 Dg21 Cable

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable Appendix 2.7 DG21 Cable Max. cable length: 5m Application: Battery cable (For drive unit - battery unit) Drive unit side connector Battery unit side connector Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R Connector: 10120-3000VE Contact: DF1B-2428SCA Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008 0.2mm Case grounding <Cable connection diagram between drive unit and MDS-A-BT/ A6BAT(MR-BAT)(MDS-BTCASE)>...
  • Page 124: Appendix 2.9 Dg23 Cable

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.9 DG23 Cable Appendix 2.9 DG23 Cable Max. cable length: 5m Application: Battery cable (For drive unit - battery box) Drive unit side connector Battery box side Connector : DF1B-2S-2.5R Contact : DF1B-2428SCA 0.2mm <DG23 cable connection diagram (Connection cable between drive unit and MDS-BTBOX-36)>...
  • Page 125: Appendix 2.11 F020/f021/f022 Cable

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable Appendix 2.11 F020/F021/F022 Cable Max. cable length: 45m Application: Manual Pulse Generator (12VDC spec) +12V +12V +12V [HANDLE] Connector: CDA-15P Wire material: B-22(19)U x 2SJ-1 x [1ch][2ch][3ch] Contact: CD-PC-111 x 12 Crimp terminal: V1.25-3 x 12 Case: HDA-CTH Recommended manufacturer: Recommended manufacturer: JST...
  • Page 126: Appendix 2.12 G020/g021/g022 Cable

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.12 G020/G021/G022 Cable Appendix 2.12 G020/G021/G022 Cable Max. cable length: 15m Application: Manual Pulse Generator (5VDC spec) [HANDLE] Connector: CDA-15P Wire material: B-22(19)U x 2SJ-1 x [1ch][2ch][3ch] Contact: CD-PC-111 x 11 Crimp terminal: V1.25-3 x 12...
  • Page 127: Appendix 2.13 G302 Cable

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable Appendix 2.13 G302 Cable Max. cable length: 20m Application: Display module communication (STP cross) DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY [DISPLAY] [DISPLAY] Connector: 5-1479185-3 Connector: 5-1479185-3 Boots: 9-336513-7 Boots: 9-336513-7 Manufacturer: Tyco Electronics Manufacturer: Tyco Electronics CMTR CMTT CMTR CMTT...
  • Page 128: Appendix 2.15 G380 Cable

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.15 G380 Cable Appendix 2.15 G380 Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: Optical communication cable PCF type (Core: Glass) Use when the cable length is 10m or more to 30m or less. Section with reinforced sheath...
  • Page 129: Appendix 2.16 G395 Cable

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable Appendix 2.16 G395 Cable Max. cable length: 10m Application: Optical communication cable PCF type (Core: Plastic) Use when wiring outside of the panel with a cable of 10m or less. Section with reinforced sheath Section without reinforced sheath [OPT] Wire material: ESCA Premium Connector: PF-2D103...
  • Page 130: Appendix 2.17 G396 Cable

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.17 G396 Cable Appendix 2.17 G396 Cable Max. cable length: 10m Application: Optical communication cable PCF type (Core: Plastic) Use when wiring in the panel with a cable of 10m or less. [OPT] Wire material: ESCA Premium...
  • Page 131: Appendix 2.18 H010 Cable

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable Appendix 2.18 H010 Cable Max. cable length: 5m Application: Signal splitter connection EXT I/F NC I/F EXT I/F NC I/F [EXT I/F] [NC I/F] Connector: HDR-E50MSG1+ Connector: 10150-6000EL Case: HDR-E50LPH Case: 10350-3210-000 Manufacturer: HONDA TSUSHIN Manufacturer: 3M KOGYO CO., LTD TXDH...
  • Page 132: Appendix 2.19 H100 Cable

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.19 H100 Cable Appendix 2.19 H100 Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: Emergency stop signal [EMG] Connector: 5557-02R-210 Crimp terminal: R1.25-3.5 EMG.COM EMG.COM Contact: 5556PBT Recommended manufacturer: JST Manufacturer: MOLEX (Note) Connect the the cable shield to the FG terminal.
  • Page 133: Appendix 2.20 H200 Cable

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable Appendix 2.20 H200 Cable Max. cable length: 20m Application: Display module communication (UTP cross) DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY [DISPLAY] [DISPLAY] Connector: 5-558530 Connector: 5-558530 Manufacturer: Tyco Electronics Manufacturer: Tyco Electronics CMTR CMTR CMTR CMTR CMTT CMTT CMTT CMTT...
  • Page 134: Appendix 2.21 H300 Cable

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.21 H300 Cable Appendix 2.21 H300 Cable Max. cable length: 20m Application: SKIP/manual pulse generator EXTI/F EXTI/F [EXT I/F] Connector: HDR-E50MSG1+ Crimp terminal: R1.25-3.5 Case: HDR-E50LPH Recommended manufacturer: JST Manufacturer: HONDA TSUSHIN KOGYO CO., LTD (Note) Fold the cable shield over...
  • Page 135: Appendix 2.22 H310 Cable

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable Appendix 2.22 H310 Cable Max. cable length: 15m Application: SKIP for Signal splitter SKIP SKIP 1 COM1 SKIP 2 COM2 SKIP 3 COM3 SKIP 4 COM4 SKIP [SKIP] Connector: CDE-9PF SKIP1 SKIP1 Crimp terminal: R1.25-3.5 Contact: CD-PC-121 COM1 COM1...
  • Page 136: Appendix 2.23 H400 Cable

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.23 H400 Cable Appendix 2.23 H400 Cable Max. cable length: 20m Application: Manual pulse generator (5V type) [MPG] Connector: 51103-0600 Crimp terminal: R1.25-3.5 Contact: 50351-8000 Recommended manufacturer: JST Manufacturer: MOLEX N.C. (Note) Connect the the cable shield to (SHIELD) the connecter pin No.6.
  • Page 137: Appendix 2.24 H500 Cable

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable Appendix 2.24 H500 Cable Max. cable length: 0.5m Application: For dual-signal module communication [RIO] [RIO] Connector: 51103-0300 Connector: 51103-0300 TXRXH TXRXH Contact: 50351-8000 Contact: 50351-8000 Manufacturer: MOLEX Manufacturer: MOLEX TXRXL TXRXL (Note) Connect the the cable shield (Note) Connect the the cable shield to the connecter pin No.3.
  • Page 138: Appendix 2.25 H810 Cable

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.25 H810 Cable Appendix 2.25 H810 Cable Max. cable length: 1m Application: I/O extension connector unit communication HN831 HN831 [GOT] [HN831] DC24V DC24V Connector: PCS-E50FA Connector: PCS-E50FA DC24V DC24V Case: PCS-E50LA Case: PCS-E50LA DC24V DC24V Recommended manufacturer: HONDA...
  • Page 139: Appendix 2.26 Mr-bks1cbl-a1-h / Mr-bks1cbl-a2-h Cable

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable Appendix 2.26 MR-BKS1CBL-A1-H / MR-BKS1CBL-A2-H Cable Max. cable length: 10m Application: Brake cable for HF-KP motor MR-BKS1CBL-A1-H (load side angle) MR-BKS1CBL-A2-H (reverse load side angle) Servo motor brake connector (Japan Aviation Electronics) Connector: JN4FT02SJ1 Hood, Socket insulator, Bushing and Ground nut Contact: ST-TMH-S-C1B-100(A534G)
  • Page 140: Appendix 2.27 Mr-pws1cbl-a1-h / Mr-pws1cbl-a2-h Cable

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 2.27 MR-PWS1CBL-A1-H / MR-PWS1CBL-A2-H Cable Appendix 2.27 MR-PWS1CBL-A1-H / MR-PWS1CBL-A2-H Cable Max. cable length: 10m Application: Power cable for HF-KP motor MR-PWS1CBL-A1-H (load side angle) MR-PWS1CBL-A2-H (reverse load side angle) Servo motor power supply connector (Japan Aviation Electronics)
  • Page 141: Appendix 2.28 Sh21 Cable

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 2. Cable Appendix 2.28 SH21 Cable Max. cable length: 30m Application: Power supply communication cable SV1, SV2 SVTXD SVTXD SVTXD* SVTXD* SVALM SVALM SVALM* SVALM* SVRXD SVRXD SVRXD4 SVRXD4 SVEMG SVEMG SVEMG* SVEMG* [SV1, SV2] Wire material: UL20276 Plug: 10120-3000VE Plug: 10120-3000VE AWG28×10P Recommended man-...
  • Page 142: Appendix 3 Transportation Restrictions For Lithium Batteries

    Appendix 3 A p p e n d i x 章 付録 Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries...
  • Page 143: Appendix 3.1 Restriction For Packing

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 3. Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries Appendix 3.1 Restriction for Packing The United Nations Dangerous Goods Regulations "Article 12" became effective from 2003. When transporting lithium batteries with means subject to the UN Regulations, such as by air transport, measures corresponding to the Regulations must be taken.
  • Page 144: Appendix 3.1.1 Target Products

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 3.1 Restriction for Packing Appendix 3.1.1 Target Products The following Mitsubishi NC products use lithium batteries. The UN Regulations classify the batteries as dangerous goods (Class 9) or not dangerous goods according to the lithium metal content. If the batteries subjected to hazardous materials are incorporated in a device and shipped, a dedicated packaging (UN packaging) is not required.
  • Page 145: Appendix 3.1.2 Handling By User

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 3. Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries Appendix 3.1.2 Handling by User The following technical opinion is solely Mitsubishi's opinion. The shipper must confirm the latest IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, IMDG Codes and laws and orders of the corresponding export country. These should be checked by the company commissioned for the actual transportation.
  • Page 146: Appendix 3.1.3 Reference

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 3.1 Restriction for Packing (2) When packaged by user The user must follow UN Regulations when packing, preparing for shipping and preparing the indications, etc. ( a) Packing a lithium battery falling under Class 9 [1] Consult with The Ship Equipment Inspection Society of Japan for details on packaging.
  • Page 147: Appendix 3.2 Issuing Domestic Law Of The United States For Primary Lithium Battery Transportation

    MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 3. Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries Appendix 3.2 Issuing Domestic Law of the United States for Primary Lithium Battery Transportation Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Research and Special Programs Administration (RSPA) announced an additional regulation (interim final rule) for the primary lithium batteries transportation restrictions item in "Federal Register"...
  • Page 148: Appendix 3.2.4 Reference

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 3.2 Issuing Domestic Law of the United States for Primary Lithium Battery Transportation Appendix 3.2.4 Reference (1) 49CFR (Code of Federal Regulation, Title49) (173.185 Lithium batteries and cells.) http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/waisidx_00/49cfr173_00.html (2) DOT regulation body (Department of Transportation)
  • Page 149: Appendix 3.3 Restriction Related To Eu Battery Directive

    This symbol mark is according to the directive 2006/66/EC Article 20 Information for end-users and Annex II. Your MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components which can be recycled and/or reused. This symbol means that batteries and accumulators, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from your household waste.
  • Page 150: Appendix 3.4 Example Of Hazardous Goods Declaration List

    C70 Connection Manual Appendix 3.4 Example of Hazardous Goods Declaration List Appendix 3.4 Example of Hazardous Goods Declaration List This section describes a general example of the hazardous goods declaration list. The information in this sample is based on the "Products information data sheet" which MITSUBISHI has researched.
  • Page 151 MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 3. Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries (5) Handling and storage Do not peel the external tube or damage it. Cautions for safety Do not dispose of the battery in fire or expose it to heat. handling Do not immerse the battery in water or get it wet. Handling Do not throw the battery.
  • Page 152: Appendix 4 Precautions For Compliance To Ul/c-ul Standards

    Appendix 4 A p p e n d i x 章 付録 Precautions for Compliance to UL/c-UL Standards...
  • Page 153 MITSUBISHI CNC Appendix 4. Precautions for Compliance to UL/c-UL Standards Observe the following matters to comply with UL/c-UL Standards. Refer to "UL/c-UL Standards Compliance Unit Instruction Manual" (BNP-A2993-81) for details. (1) Selection of external 24VDC power supply unit (The unit shall be prepared by the machine tool builder.) The stabilized power supply unit supplying 24VDC to CNC control unit complies with the UL Standards on the condition that is a UL-approved part.
  • Page 154 Revision History Date of revision Manual No. Revision details Dec. 2006 IB(NA)1500261-A First edition created. Jan. 2007 IB(NA)1500261-B Second edition created. - Maximum lengths were added or corrected for some cable types. - The explanations of the battery holder unit were added. - Mistakes were corrected.
  • Page 155 - Following chapters are reviewed. - 1.2 General Connection Diagram - 1.3 Component Modules - 3.3 Calculating Heat Generation by C70 - Following chapters are added. - 2.11 I/O Extension Connector Unit - 4.10 Connecting the I/O Extension Connector Unit - Following chapters are deleted.
  • Page 157 Global Service Network AMERICA EUROPE MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION INC. (AMERICA FA CENTER) MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE B.V. (EUROPE FA CENTER) Central Region Service Center GOTHAER STRASSE 10, 40880 RATINGEN, GERMANY 500 CORPORATE WOODS PARKWAY, VERNON HILLS, ILLINOIS 60061, U.S.A. TEL: +49-2102-486-0 / FAX: +49-2102-486-5910...
  • Page 158 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION (CHINA) LTD. (CHINA FA CENTER) Singapore Service Center China (Shanghai) Service Center 307 ALEXANDRA ROAD #05-01/02 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC BUILDING SINGAPORE 159943 4/F., ZHI FU PLAZA, NO. 80 XIN CHANG ROAD, HUANG PU DISTRICT, TEL: +65-6473-2308 / FAX: +65-6476-7439...
  • Page 159 Every effort has been made to keep up with software and hardware revisions in the contents described in this manual. However, please understand that in some unavoidable cases simultaneous revision is not possible. Please contact your Mitsubishi Electric dealer with any questions or comments regarding the use of this product. Duplication Prohibited This manual may not be reproduced in any form, in part or in whole, without written permission from Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.

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