Text for extended option output This is a complement of the chapter 4 “Extended option output” of the instruction manual for BAS300E series programmer and helps users take advantage of extended option output showing programming examples. This text is composed of two chapters; “Basic” containing the programming examples which enables operation check using standard sewing machine only, and “Advanced”...
Contents Basic........................3 1. Preparation...........................3 2. Examples of simple option output ..................3 2-1 ON & OFF operation synchronizing with one machine operation......3 2-2 Modifying programmed data..................4 2-3 Programming ON and OFF separately...............4 2-4 Setting option output No. to ON using trigger data during sewing ......5 2-5 Outputting in succession (sequence output)...............6 2-6 Adding enabling conditions (AND) to sequence output..........7 3.
Basic 1. Preparation Sewing machine with the pneumatic work clamp (except for BAS-311E solenoid specification) Control PROM version MN-C or later (products manufactured in or after June 1998 are equipped with this PROM as a standard part.) Programmer Instruction manual for programmer (see the instruction manual for page reference.) 2.
„Press the P key to turn off the display of the programmer, and turn the power off and on again. Since initial setting is done when the power is turned ON, turn the power off and on after writing extended option output. In this case, the output No. 15 is initial-set to work as an extended option not as the left work clamp.
(option output No. 15: OFF). This is for checking the case that the output conditions of ON and OFF are different. •Prepare the programmer, and display the output setting screen. ‚Referring to the condition number table of machine operation mode (see page 191), set the option output No.
Move the cursor to “ON”, and press the key to switch to OFF. Check the data that was set in 2-3 remains. ƒAfter overwriting the option program to the FD, press the P key to turn off the display of the programmer.
ƒReferring to the condition number table of the extended option output (see page 193), set the condition No. 98 (when No. 15 is ON), the timer 1 to 0.5 second (500ms), and the timer 2 to 0.7 second (700ms). Input on the setting screen as follows: „After overwriting the option program to the FD, press the P key to turn off the display of the programmer, and then turn the power off and on again.
ƒAfter overwriting the option program to the FD, press the P key to turn off the display of the programmer, and then turn the power off and on again. If enabling conditions have been set, the enabling condition is set to “DISABLE” immediately after the power is turned on.
4. Deleting extended option output from the machine •Prepare the programmer, and follow the extended option output operation (see page 184) to display the extended option output home screen (see below). ‚Delete the extended option output from the machine with the delete icon. ƒPress the P key to turn off the display of the programmer, and turn the power off and on again.
Advanced 1. Preparation In addition to the things required in the Basic, prepare check PCB (see the appendix of this text) 2. Things that can not be done by the extended option output function •In case of the number of outputs exceeding 16 (including the work clamp output) ‚In case of the number of inputs exceeding 13 ƒSince input check can not be accomplished during sewing, it is not possible to turn output ON or OFF by judging input of the presser lifter pedal, etc.
„Write the option program to the FD, press the P key to turn off the display of the programmer, and then turn the power off and on again. …Read the sewing data. Press the starting pedal so that the feed moves to a sewing start position after the origin position is detected.
•Read the written data with the FD read icon. ‚Display the enabling condition setting screen. Referring to the condition number table of the extended option output (see page 193), set the enabling condition of No. 1 to the condition No. 72 (output 2: ON): ENABLING ¡...
‡Check that sewing starts when the work clamp descends when the option input No. 1 and No. 2 are The output condition of the virtual output No. 2: ON is the condition No. 40 (input1: ON) as shown in the example above. If the input 1 has been ON since the power was turned ON, the virtual output No.
4. Programming 4-1 Selecting hardware on output side Output is NPN open collector output. PCB internal circuit +24V COM terminal I = 70mA Output terminal On the assumption that output activates the air valve (option part). Use a 24 VDC relay if not using a 24 V air valve. PCB internal circuit External 24V relay +24V...
4-3 Creating the I/O layout table Complete the table with selected hardware. Option output table Option Layout Connector output No. Name Explanation (AIR) (EXOUT) (AIR) *Common terminal of P4 is pin 11, and output voltage is +24V *Common terminal of P21 is pin 9 and 10, and output voltage is +24V...
Option input table Option Layout Connector input No. Name Explanation Signal +24V (EXINA) (EXINB)
4-4 Creating the timing chart and the program setting value table Refer to the three examples of page 196-198 of the instruction manual. •Create the timing chart showing ON and OFF of I/O in operation order. ‚Based on the timing chart and condition number table (see instruction manual page 191-), create a program setting value table.
Parts for extended option output P4 AIR Housing and pin for connector For option output 1-3 and12-16 For option input 13 Manufacturer Japan Solderless Terminal MFG. Co., LTD. Housing production code H12P-SHF-AA Pin contact production code BHF-001T-0.8BS Crimping tool production code YC-122R P21 EXOUT Housing and pin for connector For option output 4-11...