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Offenders are liable for the payment of damages. All rights are reserved in the event of the grant of a patent or the registration of a utility model or design DIN Validity Published by All rights are reserved with respect to the content of this documentation and the availability of the product. A-1 Dynamic Data Exchange Interface A-4 Settings Menu – Serial Communication B-4 End of Message B-4 Backspaces and White spaces B-5 Numeric Data Formats Relxy Parameter Data Subclass B-7 Name Text Subclass B-7 Units Text Subclass B-7 Upper Limit, L: B-7 Parameter Lists Subclasses B-9 Listing a Parameter B-9 Parameter List Block Transfer B Interbus Fieldbus Interface C.
C-1 Process Data Channel C-8 Direct Access to Data Objects D-4 Connection diagram for DEA D-7 Connection diagram for DEA D-8 Connection diagram for DEA D Connection diagram for DLF D MT25W external linear encoder diagram D Connection diagram for DSS It incorporates a bit microprocessor and Realtime software. System setup uses interactive dialogs for entry of highproduction-specific functions and parameters. System implementation and program changes do not require a computer programmer or a sophisticated programming language.
XProfibus and DeviceNet products under development. Single and Multi-Axis Coordinated Motion Providing full contouring 57dp-2-2c2 of up to three axes plus a spindle, the TRANS D is capable of multi-axis operations with built-in math routines for providing linear interpolation.
Axis configuration can consist of up to: Simplified stand-alone programming 1. Using either a CTA or a BTC06, the user enters a program using interactive dialogs 57dp-12-2×2 present choices and request information about each selected action.
Each block requests all information needed to complete the selected actions.
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No complex programming language, no difficult-to-remember mnemonics, and no additional programming hardware is required. 57dp-122c2 user simply chooses a desired action, and enters appropriate data as requested by the menus. A four-line, 16 character per line alphanumeric display provides complete system status and diagnostics. The display permits single-key menu item selection during configuration and programming.
The BTC06 offers mobility and quick access of programs and diagnostics to rekay user from station to station via the serial communication port located on the front of the TRANS D. The second port is available to the machine builder. Commands and data are exchanged in a simple ASCII line format, allowing easy exchange with virtually any external system. These additional modes permit local operation, setup and troubleshooting of a station. Operation can be completely independent of the executive controller.
When done, a completion signal can be sent to the executive control. This function is currently not implemented. Diagnostic messages are displayed in plain English as well as other selectable languages. Technical Specifications Number of feed axes controlled three Number relat spindle axes controlled one Dimensioning system inch or metric degree for rotary apps. In addition to this introductory chapter, it contains the following six chapters.
Parameters – describes each parameter and the various methods that may be used to modify 57dp-122-2c2. Programming – describes the available G-code functions and the required formats for other program functionality, and provides examples of programming with the CTA Four appendices are also provided for: CTA— An interface mounted outside the system cabinet.
BTC06— A portable, hand-held interface. A dimensional diagram for the CTA and a wiring diagram for the connecting cable are in Appendix D. The CTA unit requires a 24Vdc supply, and is designed to be a dedicated operator panel mounted outside felay system cabinet. Figure shows the front of the CTA keypad. The keypad contains some keys that are currently not used. These keys are marked with the sign.
Most of the functional keys parallel those of the CTA In Manual mode, this key stops the cycle. In Manual mode, both of these keys can be used to jog the selected axis. In Manual mode, this key allows the user to enter tool correction values. In Manual mode, this key accesses a short list of parameters for editing. In Manual mode, this key allows review or editing of the current program, block by block. CTA Re-initialization key sequence: This key is only enabled after the axis has been homed.
In Auto mode, this key is disabled. This key should be pressed to attempt to clear the error. BTC06 Display versions key sequence: When editing parameter or tool correction values, press this key to load the new value.
When editing a program, press this key load the data and move the cursor. The Help topic will be shown for the item you clicked.
These interfaces are used to display the parameters for editing and programming. Many of the parameters that are entered are used for internal calculations and are also used to set other parameter values during re-initialization. Therefore, please consult the descriptions in this chapter to determine what parameters are written during re-initialization.
All range values given in this chapter are relevant to the CTA The purpose of these divisions is to enable the user to easily configure their unit with the least amount of keystrokes. This process will switch the drives from AF a drive ready condition to a P2 parameter mode condition. Axis Parameters”, or “3. Process P Parameters Process parameters are settings that are more process orientated in nature.
When the different functions are enabled in this parameter set, this causes those parameters specific to that function to be displayed in the other sets. If a function is not enabled in the P set, its relative parameters will not be displayed. This is done so the programmer does not have to contend with parameters that are not relevant to his process. If a programmer does not see the necessary parameters for his process, he knows that he has not enabled that function in the P parameter set.
Once process parameters are selected, enter the number of the desired parameter using the numeric keypad or the up and down arrows to scroll through the available parameters, then press ENTER to view that specific parameter. End of Cycle 2.
Immediate P06 System Options 1. Only those reoay parameters that were configured in process parameter P02, Axis Configuration, will be displayed. Possible configurations can have up to: Se r c o s The servo axis A parameters are those parameters that are specific to each servo axis.
Any options that are drive specific such as encoder options, operating modes, special functions, etc. After selecting an axis, enter the number of the desired parameter using the numeric keypad or the up and down arrows to scroll through the available 57dp-12–2c2, then press ENTER to view that specific parameter.
The numbering convention for servo axis parameters is: Feed to Positive Stop 2.
Adaptive Depth 3. Home Switch Monitoring 1. Motor Encoder 2. Linear Scale 3. External Rotary Encoder Revs In: Set Gains 2.