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Programmable Cam

FC-81F-C-1 FC-161F-C-1 FC-321F-C-1

Operations Manual

[Version 1]

Thank you for purchasing our FC-81F-C-1/ FC-161F-C-1 / FC-321F-C-1 Programmable Cams. Please read this manual carefully before using the product.

Pay Particular Attention to the Following:

1. Follow precautions for mounting, wiring, and connection and correctly perform mounting and wiring.

2.

The programmable cam switch can become a dangerous device as a result of handling. This fact must be considered in terms of system design so that it does not lead to major accidents. A design in which the system stops safely even in the event of a cam switch irregularity or malfunction is required. For safety, form an interlock circuit externally with regard to portions linked to damage to equipment, accidents, etc.

Precautions

(1) Copying or reproduction of this manual in whole or in part is prohibited without permission. (2) As we are constantly improving our products, the contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. (3) When ambiguities or errors with respect to the contents of this manual are noted, please contact one of our firm's offices or the PR Center. (4) This product, in the event the product is exported, requires specified procedures as specified in the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law. (5) The scope of warranty for this product is limited to Japan.

Using This Manual

This manual explains the features, handling, and operation of the FC-81F-C-1/FC-161F-C-1/FC321F-C-1 Programmable Cam Switches. In this manual, notations are made as follows:

FUN

: Indicates operation of an operations key : Indicates display of an indicator.

1 5 0

Related Manuals * FC Series Communications Reference Manual: Detailed explanation of use of communications features Precautions upon Use of This Product * Do not drop the product or subject it to impact. * Do not allow foreign matter such as wire shavings or metallic shards to enter the main unit. * Tighten terminal screws within the range for the specified torque.

Table of Contents 1. 2. 3. Overview ............................................................................................................................ 1 System Configuration ........................................................................................................ 3 Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 7 3-1. 3-2. 3-3. 3-4. 4. General Specifications .............................................................................................. 7 Function/Performance Specifications ....................................................................... 8 Input/Output Specifications ....................................................................................... 9 Names and Functions of Individual Parts ............................................................... 11

Mounting, Wiring, and Connection .................................................................................. 17 4-1. External Dimension Diagrams/Mounting Boring Diagrams .................................... 4-2. Precautions upon Mounting .................................................................................... 4-3. Precautions upon Connection/Wiring ..................................................................... 4-3-1. Connection .......................................................................................................... 4-3-2. Precautions upon Wiring ..................................................................................... 4-3-3. Comprehensive Connection Examples .............................................................. 17 20 21 21 24 26

5.

Basic Functions ............................................................................................................... 27 5-1. 5-2. 5-3. 5-4. 5-5. Output Area Settings .............................................................................................. Home Position Correction ...................................................................................... Adjustment .............................................................................................................. Control Input ........................................................................................................... Cam Output/RUN Output ....................................................................................... 27 27 27 27 29

6.

Special Functions ............................................................................................................ 31 6-1. 6-2. 6-3. 6-4. Timing ..................................................................................................................... Pulse Output Setting .............................................................................................. Copy Function ........................................................................................................ Protect Settings Function ....................................................................................... 31 33 34 34

7. 8.

Communications Functions ............................................................................................. 35 FC-81F-C-1 Operational (Run) Procedures .................................................................... 37 8-1. Initial Settings ......................................................................................................... 8-2. Output Area Settings .............................................................................................. 8-2-1. Settings in Setting Mode ..................................................................................... 8-2-2. Settings in Teaching Mode .................................................................................. 8-2-3. Changing Output Area Settings .......................................................................... 8-2-4. Clearing Output Area Settings ............................................................................ 8-3. Setting Home Position Correction .......................................................................... 8-4. Protect Settings ...................................................................................................... 8-4-1. Protect Settings for Output Unit Specification ..................................................... 8-4-2. Protect Settings for Mode Unit Specification ...................................................... 8-5. Adjustment .............................................................................................................. 8-6. Running .................................................................................................................. 38 40 40 41 42 43 46 47 48 49 50 51

9.

FC-161F/321F-C-1 Operational (Run) Procedures ......................................................... 53 9-1. Initial Settings ......................................................................................................... 9-2. Output Area Settings .............................................................................................. 9-2-1. Settings in Setting Mode ..................................................................................... 9-2-2. Settings in Teaching Mode .................................................................................. 9-2-3. Changing Output Area Settings .......................................................................... 9-2-4. Clearing Output Area Settings ............................................................................ 9-3. Setting Home Position Correction .......................................................................... 9-4. Timing Settings ....................................................................................................... 9-4-1. Setting Timing Settings ....................................................................................... 9-4-2. Clearing Timing Settings ..................................................................................... 9-5. Pulse Output Settings ............................................................................................. 9-5-1. Setting Pulse Output Settings ............................................................................. 9-5-2. Changing Pulse Output Settings ........................................................................ 9-5-3. Clearing Pulse Output Settings .......................................................................... 9-6. Protect Settings ...................................................................................................... 9-6-1. Protect Settings for Output Unit Specification ..................................................... 9-6-2. Protect Settings for Bank Specification ............................................................... 9-6-3. Protect Settings for Mode Unit Specification ...................................................... 9-6-4. Protect Settings for Combined Specification ...................................................... 9-7. Copy Functions ...................................................................................................... 9-7-1. Saving ................................................................................................................. 9-7-2. Replaying ............................................................................................................ 9-7-3. Checking 1 .......................................................................................................... 9-7-4. Transferring ......................................................................................................... 9-7-5. Checking 2 .......................................................................................................... 9-8. Adjustment .............................................................................................................. 9-8-1. Adjustment of Output Area Settings ................................................................... 9-8-2. Adjustment of Timing Settings ............................................................................ 9-9. Running .................................................................................................................. 54 56 56 57 58 59 63 64 64 66 68 68 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 78 78 81 84 87 89 91 91 92 94

10. Operations List ................................................................................................................ 95 11. Error Display List ............................................................................................................. 98 12. Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................... 99 12-1. Irregularities in Running/Adjustment Mode ............................................................ 99 12-2. Irregularities in Setting/Teaching Mode ................................................................ 100

1. Overview

A programmable cam switch detects an angle via an absolute encoder rather than through control via a mechanical cam and is an electronic cam that turns output ON/OFF in accordance with the angle set. This product has the following features: 1) Models can be selected in accordance with the scale of control. There are 3 models as distinguished by the number of output points: FC-81F-C-1 with 8 points, FC-161F-C-1 with 16 points, and FC-321F-C-1 with 32 points. 2) Stage replacement is easily performed. 8-bank (FC-161F-C-1) and 10-bank (FC-321F-C1) program registration is possible, and selection of a given program with bank input is possible. 3) Fine adjustment of the angle for ON/OFF output while the device is running is possible. Fine adjustment of the angle for ON/OFF output while the device is running is possible without stopping machinery in adjustment mode. 4) External home position writing is possible. Home position correction with remote operation and while the device is running is possible via external home position input. 5) There are convenient special functions. * Pulse output settings (except the FC-81F-C-1) There are pulse output settings to set what pulse to output in 1 revolution besides functions to set output to ON/OFF in the range of the angle of revolution (divided output). * Timing These functions automatically correct the mechanical response delay proportionate to the speed of revolution (except the FC-81F-C-1). * Copying (except the FC-81F-C-1) These functions save, replay, and check programs between cam switches and between banks. * Protect settings Extremely detailed protect settings can be entered for output settings. 6) There are communications functions (except the FC-81F-C-1)* An RS-232C communications port is provided, and settings with a computer or programmable controller and an activation monitor can be used. 7) There are protect functions to prevent operational errors. These functions prevent rewriting of programs via operational errors of an operator by means of turning protect input ON. 8) Angle/Speed of revolution displays are easily switched. The angle displays and speed of revolution display are easily switched only by pressing the 1 Display

Filling machine

Rotary encoder

Cam switch FC Series Tact feed motor

key. 9) Battery maintenance is not needed. Batteries are not used by means of use of EEPROM in program memory. *For information about communications features, refer to the FC Series Communications Reference Manual.

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2. System Configuration

An example of an entire system configuration is as follows:

Absolute encoder TRD-NA360NWF TRD-NA720NWF TRD-NA360NWE TRD-NA720NWE F-30GF F-50GF F-100GF F-20ANC2 F-50ANC2 F-20ANC2A F-50ANC2A F-20BNC2 F-50BNC2 F-20BNC2A F-50BNC2A DC power source (DC12/DC24V) Relay cable Cam Switch Communications cable Cam switch

FC-81F-C-1

* This is connected only when transferring programs between cam it h

+

FC-161F-C-1

Z-20JP2

FC-161F-C-1

TRD-K360-YC2 + TRD-KL360-YC2

FC-321F-C-1

Z-20JP2

FC-321F-C-1

FC-161F-C-1 Programmable controller or computer FC-321F-C-1

For details, refer to the Communications Reference Manual.

TRD-K720-YC2 + TRD-KL720-YC2

Encoders: Output settings can be set in units of 1 degree with a resolution of 360 and in units of 0.5 of a degree with a resolution of 720. 78 allClassification 50 small 78 rugged Connector for FC Relay connector Grease-proof/drip-proof connector connection attached attached 360 resolution TRD-NA360NWF(5) TRD-NA360NWE TRD-K360-YC2 TRD-KL360-YC2 720 resolution TRD-NA720NWF(5) TRD-NA720NWE TRD-K720-YC2 TRD-KL720-YC2

External appearance Cable length: 2 m/5 m Cable length: 2 m

Relay cables for encoders Model number Length 30:3m 50:5m 100:10m Length 20:2m 50:5m Length 20:2m 50:5m Communications cables Model number Length 20:2m

External appearance

Description This cable connects the TRDNANWE with attached relay connector and the cam switch. This cable connects the TRDK YC2 or TRD-KL YC2 and the cam switch. The model number differs in accordance with the resolution.

External appearance

Description This cable connects switches or computer/programmable ll d i

cam a f

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A cable for connection with a TF-32D terminal unit and a single-end crimped cable are provided as cables to connect connectors for FC-161F/321F-C-1 cam output. * Cable for connection to a terminal unit Model number External appearance U-JT Length 10:1m 30:3m 50:5m

Description This cable connects a cam switch and a TF-32D terminal unit and comes in 3 types: 1 m, 3 m, and 5 m.

Cam Switch

FC-161F /FC-321F-C-1 U-JT

Terminal Unit

TR-32D

Connector for a cam switch

Pin arrangement

Terminal arrangement for the TF-32D terminal unit

These terminals will have "no connection" (NC) for the FC-161F-C-1.

FC-161F-C-1/FC-321F-C-1 Pin No. Pin name A1 0 : Cam output 0 A2 1 : Cam output 1 A3 2 : Cam output 2 A4 3 : Cam output 3 A5 O.C : Output common A6 8 : Cam output 8 A7 9 : Cam output 9 A8 10 : Cam output 10 A9 11 : Cam output 11 A10 O.C : Output common A11 16 : Cam output 16 A12 17 : Cam output 17 A13 18 : Cam output 18 A14 19 : Cam output 19 A15 O.C : Output common A16 24 : Cam output 24 A17 25 : Cam output 25 A18 26 : Cam output 26 A19 27 : Cam output 27 A20 O.C : Output common

TF-32D Terminal 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

FC-161F-C-1/FC-321F-C-1 Pin No. Pin name B1 4 : Cam output 4 B2 5 : Cam output 5 B3 6 : Cam output 6 B4 7 : Cam output 7 B5 No connection B6 12 : Cam output 12 B7 13 : Cam output 13 B8 14 : Cam output 14 B9 15 : Cam output 15 B10 No connection B11 20 : Cam output 20 B12 21 : Cam output 21 B13 22 : Cam output 22 B14 23 : Cam output 23 B15 No connection B16 28 : Cam output 28 B17 29 : Cam output 29 B18 30 : Cam output 30 B19 31 : Cam output 31 B20 No connection

TF-32D Terminal 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

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* Single-end crimped cable: U-30JH (length 3 m) Wiring table FC-161F-C-1/FC-321F-C-1 Pin No. Pin name A1 0 : Cam output 0 A2 1 : Cam output 1 A3 2 : Cam output 2 A4 3 : Cam output 3 A5 O.C : Output A6 8 : Cam output 8 A7 9 : Cam output 9 A8 10 : Cam output 10 A9 11 : Cam output 11 A10 O.C : Output A11 16 : Cam output 16 A12 17 : Cam output 17 A13 18 : Cam output 18 A14 19 : Cam output 19 A15 O.C : Output A16 24 : Cam output 24 A17 25 : Cam output 25 A18 26 : Cam output 26 A19 27 : Cam output 27 A20 O.C : Output FCN-360C040-J1 Connector cover

Crimped wire specs. Insulatio Marks Orange 1 Gray 1 White 1 Yellow 1 Pink 1 Orange 3 Gray 3 White 3 Yellow 3 Pink 3 Orange 5 Gray 5 White 5 Yellow 5 Pink 5 Orange 7 Gray 7 White 7 Yellow 7 Pink 7 Crimped wire specs. Insulatio Marks Orange 2 Gray 2 White 2 Yellow 2 Pink 2 Orange 4 Gray 4 White 4 Yellow 4 Pink 4 Orange 6 Gray 6 White 6 Yellow 6 Pink 6 Orange 8 Gray 8 White 8 Yellow 8 Pink 8

FC-161F-C-1/FC-321F-C-1 Pin No. Pin name B1 4 : Cam output 4 B2 5 : Cam output 5 B3 6 : Cam output 6 B4 7 : Cam output 7 B5 No connection B6 12 : Cam output 12 B7 13 : Cam output 13 B8 14 : Cam output 14 B9 15 : Cam output 15 B10 No connection B11 20 : Cam output 20 B12 21 : Cam output 21 B13 22 : Cam output 22 B14 23 : Cam output 23 B15 No connection B16 28 : Cam output 28 B17 29 : Cam output 29 B18 30 : Cam output 30 B19 31 : Cam output 31 B20 No connection

Marking List No. Color 1 Red 2 Blue 3 Red 4 Blue 5 Red 6 Blue 7 Red 8 Blue

Cable length: 3 m Sheath external diameter: 9.2

Marks

Insulation Color

Marks

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* Single-end crimped cable: LC-013 (length 1 m) Wiring table FC-161F-C-1/FC-321F-C-1 Pin No. Pin name A1 0 : Cam output 0 A2 1 : Cam output 1 A3 2 : Cam output 2 A4 3 : Cam output 3 A5 O.C : Output A6 8 : Cam output 8 A7 9 : Cam output 9 A8 10 : Cam output 10 A9 11 : Cam output 11 A10 O.C : Output A11 16 : Cam output 16 A12 17 : Cam output 17 A13 18 : Cam output 18 A14 19 : Cam output 19 A15 O.C : Output A16 24 : Cam output 24 A17 25 : Cam output 25 A18 26 : Cam output 26 A19 27 : Cam output 27 A20 O.C : Output FCN-360C040-J1 Connector cover

Crimped wire specs. Insulatio Marks Color Orange 1 Gray 1 White 1 Yellow 1 Pink 1 Orange 2 Gray 2 White 2 Yellow 2 Pink 2 Red Orange 3 Gray 3 White 3 Yellow 3 Pink 3 Orange 4 Gray 4 White 4 Yellow 4 Pink 4 Crimped wire specs. Insulatio Marks Color Orange 1 Gray 1 White 1 Yellow 1 Pink 1 Orange 2 Gray 2 White 2 Yellow 2 Pink 2 Black Orange 3 Gray 3 White 3 Yellow 3 Pink 3 Orange 4 Gray 4 White 4 Yellow 4 Pink 4

FC-161F-C-1/FC-321F-C-1 Pin No. Pin name B1 4 : Cam output 4 B2 5 : Cam output 5 B3 6 : Cam output 6 B4 7 : Cam output 7 B5 No connection B6 12 : Cam output 12 B7 13 : Cam output 13 B8 14 : Cam output 14 B9 15 : Cam output 15 B10 No connection B11 20 : Cam output 20 B12 21 : Cam output 21 B13 22 : Cam output 22 B14 23 : Cam output 23 B15 No connection B16 28 : Cam output 28 B17 29 : Cam output 29 B18 30 : Cam output 30 B19 31 : Cam output 31 B20 No connection

Marking List No. Color Red 1 Black Red 2 Black Red 3 Black Red 4 Black

Cable length: 1 m

Marks

Insulation Color

Marks Color Description FCN-361J040-AU Connector FCN-360C040-J1 Connector cover Soldered type

* Cam switch 40P connector Model number

LC-010

External appearance

Fujitsu

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3. Specifications

3-1. General Specifications

Item Power supply voltage Range of power supply voltage fluctuation Power consumption Operating temperature range Storage temperature Ambient humidity Withstand voltage Insulation resistance Vibration resistance DC12/24V DC10.8-26.4V 5W(FC-81F-C-1) 1050 2070 35-85% RH (use/storage) with no condensation Not stipulated since the connection between the DC power source and the input/output is not insulated Not stipulated since the connection between the DC power source and the input/output is not insulated Durability: Displacement amplitude 0.5 mm 10-55 Hz axes Operational error: Displacement amplitude 0.35 mm 10-55 Hz axes in 3 axes 3 times Durability: 500 m/s2 in 3 axes 3 times Operational error: 100 m/s2 Conforms to JIS C0912 Between power source terminals: 1.0 kV Rise 1 ns Waveform pulse Pulse width 1 µs (via a noise tester) IP54: surface sheet only 80×95×60.5(mm) 300g 90×140×60.5(mm) 420g input input in 3 in 3 Ripple below 3% rms 8W(FC-161F-C-1/FC-321F-C-1) Specification

Impact resistance

Noise resistance Protective structure Size (W x H x D) Weight

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3-2. Function/Performance Specifications

Specification Item FC-81F-C-1 Control input FC-161F-C-1 FC-321F-C-1

ON voltage: 0-2V/OFF voltage: 7.5-30V Startup input 1 point Protect input 1 point External home position input 1 point Startup input 1 point Protect input 1 point External home position input 1 point Bank input 3 points Startup input 1 point Protect input 1 point External home position input 1 point Bank input 4 points

Encoder input

Open collector output: Withstand voltage

over 14V

ON voltage: 0-2V ON voltage: 0-1.5V OFF voltage: 7.5V OFF voltage: 4-5V Resolution 360/720 (output code: gray binary) Units for angle setting Output specifications Number of output points Number of output settings* Number of banks Response revolution speed 360 resolution 720 resolution Output response time Power startup time Resolution Direction switchover RUN output Home position correction Program memory Special functions of revolution below 300 rpm below 150 rpm less than 550 µs below 1600 rpm (without timing settings) below 800 rpm (without timing settings) less than 250 µs (without timing settings) 360 resolution: 1 degree/720 resolution: 0.5 of a degree NPN open collector 8 points block) 16 1 withstand voltage below 35V/current below 0.1A 16 points (connector) 64 8 32 points (connector) 128 10

(terminal

Less than 2 s: Time until output after power is turned on when startup input is ON 360/720 per revolution (switchover with a dipswitch) CW/CCW (switchover with a dipswitch) ON during normal operation in run/adjustment mode (switchover with a dipswitch) Sets a given position as the home position (operations keys/external home position input) EEPROM (rewriting lifetime: 100000 times) Protect settings Timing Pulse output settings Copying Protect settings 1 RS-232C port (FC-only protocol)

Communications functions Accessories

None Mounting bracket

* Number of settings that can be set for 1 bank

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3-3. Input/Output Specifications

1) FC-81F-C-1

Circuit Control input (ST/HOME/PRO) To internal circuit ON voltage/current OFF voltage/current Specification 02V/10mA 7.530V/0.1mA

Input common (I.C) is connected to the power source (DC-) internally. Input terminal

Encoder input To internal circuit Input terminal

ON voltage/current OFF voltage/current

02V/mA 7.5V/0.1mA

There is no diode for backflow prevention, so be sure to use an open collector (withstand voltage above 14V) for the encoder input. 0V is connected to the input common (I.C) internally.

Outputs (0-7)

Output format Output current Individual cam outputs Residual voltage (0-7) Run output Withstand voltage (RUN) Leakage current

NPN open collector Below 0.1A: resistance load below 1.5V 35V below 100 µA

Output common (O.C) A sienna diode is included in every fourth circuit for output.

Output common (O.C) is connected to the power source (DC-) internally.

Internal block diagram

Power source

For encoder

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2)

FC-161F/321F-C-1

Circuit Control input (ST/HOME/PRO, B0-B3) To internal circuit ON voltage/current OFF voltage/current Specification 02V/12mA 7.530V/0.1mA

Input common (I.C) is connected to the power source (DC-) internally. Input terminal

Encoder input To internal circuit

ON voltage/current OFF voltage/current

01.5V/mA 45V/0.1mA

Input terminal

There is no diode for backflow prevention, so be sure to use an open collector (withstand voltage above 14V) for the encoder input. 0V is connected to the input common (I.C) internally.

Output (0-15: FC-161F-C-1) (0-31: FC-321F-C-1)

Output format Output current Individual cam output Residual voltage (0-15/32) Run output Withstand voltage (RUN) Leakage current

NPN open collector Below 0.1A: resistance load below 1.5V 35V below 100 µA

Output common (O.C) A sienna diode is included in every fourth circuit for output.

Output common (O.C) is connected to the power source (DC-) internally.

Internal block diagram

Power source

For encoder

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3-4. Names and Functions of Individual Parts

1) FC-81F-C-1

(2) Angle/Speed of revolution (3) Display status

ANGLE

r/min

PRG MON

SELECT WRITE

(4) Setting status

(5) Output (6) Startup input (7) External home position input (8) Normal

HOME

(10) Operations keys

START HOME GOOD PRG TCH TEST RUN OUT MODE CLR

READ

ENT

(9) Mode (11) Dipswitches

Mounting bracket

(14) Terminal block

(12) Encoder connector

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2) FC-161F-C-1

(1) Bank/FUN (2) Angle/Speed of revolution (3) Display status (4) Setting status

(10) Operations keys

BANK

ANGLE

r/min

PRG MON

SELECT WRITE

(5) Output (6) Startup input (7) External home position input (8) Normal

BANK

FUN

HOME READ

OUT START HOME GOOD PRG TCH TEST RUN MODE

OUT CLR

READ

ENT

(9) Mode

(11) Dipswitches

Mounting bracket

(12) Encoder connector

(13) Terminal block

(15) Output connector

(16) Communications connector

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3) FC-321F-C-1

(1) Bank/FUN (2) Angle/Speed of revolution (3) Display status (4) Setting status (10) Operations keys

BANK

ANGLE

r/min

PRG MON

SELECT WRITE

(5) Output (6) Startup input (7) External home position input (8) Normal

BANK

FUN

HOME READ

OUT START HOME GOOD PRG TCH TEST RUN MODE

OUT CLR

READ

ENT

(9) Mode

(11) Dipswitches

Mounting bracket

(12) Encoder connector

(13) Terminal block

(15) Output connector

(16) Communications connector

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Number (1) (2) (3)

Name Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of revolution Display status Bank FUN Angle Speed of revolution Set value

Function Displays the bank number or special function (FUN: function) number Displays the angle/speed of revolution

Lit when the bank/FUN display is the bank number Lit when the bank/FUN display is the function (special function) number Lit when the angle/speed of revolution display is the angle Lit when the angle/speed of revolution display is the speed of revolution Lit when the angle/speed of revolution display is a set value

(4)

Setting status ON OFF Lit when setting or reading out the ON angle Lit when setting or reading out the OFF angle Displays the ON/OFF status for output (adjustment/run mode) or is lit when displaying the specified output number Lit when startup input is ON Lit when external home position input is ON Lit during normal operation

(5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Output Startup input External home position input Normal Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Running

Lit in setting mode Lit in teaching mode Lit in adjustment mode Lit in run mode

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Number (10)

Name Operations keys Bank FUN Home position Output Output Mode Erase Display Write Read Read Execute Enabled mode R: running

Function S: setting T: teaching A: adjustment

Specifies a bank number (S, T)/Clears a special function Specifies a function (special function) number Selects an angle for home position correction (T) Increases an angle output settings (S, A) Decreases an angle output settings (S, A) for for Continuing to press the key will automatically increase the update speed

Specifies ascending order for the output number Specifies descending order for the output number Selects the mode Selects erasure of the output settings (S, T)/ Selects erasure of home position correction (T)/ Clears a selection to erase (S, T)/ Clears readout status for output settings (A, R) Switches between the angle display and speed of revolution display (A, R) Writes output settings (S, T)/Writes home position correction (T) Reads out output settings in ascending order Reads out output settings in descending order Fixes a mode/executes erasure (S, T) Initial settings Selections the direction for an angle increase Selects encoder resolution Selects RUN output/cam output For encoder connection Power source/control input For external wiring (FC-161F/321F-C-1) Power source/control input/output For external wiring (FC-81F-C-1) Output For external wiring CW* 360* Cam* CCW 720 RUN

(11)

Dipswitches SW1 SW2 SW3

(12) (13) (14) (15) (16)

Encoder connector 10P terminal block 16P terminal block Output connector Communications connector

RS-232C communications port

*Settings during shipment from the factory

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4. Mounting, Wiring, and Connection

4-1. External Dimension Diagrams/Mounting Boring Diagrams

1) Main unit: FC-81F-C-1

READ

START HOME GOOD

PRG TCH TEST RUN

OUT MODE CLR ENT

Mounting boring diagram (Plate thickness 0.5-4 mm)

2)

Main unit: FC-161F/321F-C-1

READ

OUT START HOME GOOD PRG TCH TEST RUN MODE

OUT CLR ENT

Mounting boring diagram (Plate thickness 0.5-4 mm)

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3)

Encoder: TRD-NA Series

Diagram of mounting boring dimensions

less than 17 (17 MAX)

Oil seal

3-M3 tap (depth of 5)

30 hole Hexagon head bolt (M3-8: supplied with the encoder)

+ 0.05 0

Mounting surface

3-3.5 hole

Connector for FC connection attached Relay connector attached

The connector does not of drip-proof construction.

Diagram of use of a servo mount bracket

Mounting panel 3-M4 x 0.7 tap Mounting screws (Supplied with the bracket mount) Bracket mount

Servo mount flange NF-55 (optional)

3.2 hole 4.5 hole

hole

Servo mount bracket NM-9

Servo mount flange (optional) (supplied with the optional flange)

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4)

Encoder: TRD-K Series

4-M4 x 0.7 depth of 12

Diagram of use of a servo mount bracket

Mounting panel

hole

Servo mount bracket KM 9 (accessory)

Mounting bracket

Mounting screws (3-M5 x 0.8)

3-M5 x 0.8 tap

5.5 hole

5)

Encoder: TRD-KL Series

4-M4 x 0.7 depth of 6

Diagram of use of a servo mount bracket

Mounting panel

The connector for the cable is optional (sold separately)

hole

Servo mount bracket KM-9 (accessory)

3-M5 x 0.8 tap

Mounting screws (3-M5 x 0.8) Mounting bracket

5.5 hole

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4-2. Precautions upon Mounting

(1) (2) (3) * * * * * * (4) Provide surroundings so that ventilation and space for maintenance are sufficient. Regulate the temperature so that ambient temperature does not exceed - 10 to +50°C. Avoid installation in the following locations: Where ambient temperature exceeds - 10 to +50°C. Where there is condensation caused by sudden temperature changes. Where ambient humidity exceeds 85%. Where dust, iron particles, and corrosive gas are present. Where the unit is directly subjected to vibrations and impact. Where the unit is subjected to direct sunlight The encoder shaft is retained by precision ball bearings. Use caution since an excessive load on the shaft will reduce the accuracy and lifetime of the shaft. In addition, do not subject it to impact such as striking the shaft when mounting the encoder.

A, C, D : more than 30 mm B : Ensure that there is space to allow installation of the connector and wiring of the terminal block.

Electro magnetic switch, etc.

Mounting (1) Insert the FC into the mounting hole from the front of the panel. (2) Insert the hooked section (b in the diagram) of the mounting bracket into the groove (a in the diagram) under the projection on the back of the FC and slide it in the direction of the panel. (3) Fix the mounting bracket to the FC with a machine screw (c in the diagram).

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4-3. Precautions upon Connection/Wiring

4-3-1. Connection

(1) Connection of the power source (terminal block)

Caution!

* Use an independent power source separate from other control power sources to prevent operational error due to noise. * Do not reverse + and -. The FC internals are protected, but the FC output circuit and external connector will be damaged by the load.

(2) Connection of the encoder

Lock release Keyway Encoder connector for the cam switch Lock Ring

* Correctly match the keyway when connecting the encoder connector. * Pull the connector ring towards you when removing the encoder connector. Applying force while the lock is not removed can damage the connector, so use caution. * Turn cam switch power OFF when connecting the encoder connector. Connector to connect the encoder (pin arrangement)

Pin arrangement Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Signal name 720 resolution 360 resolution 0V 12 V bit 1 (20) No connection bit 2 (21) bit 1 (20) bit 3 (22) bit 2 (21) 3 bit 4 (2 ) bit 3 (22) 4 bit 5 (2 ) bit 4 (23) 5 bit 6 (2 ) bit 5 (24) 6 bit 7 (2 ) bit 6 (25) 7 bit 8 (2 ) bit 7 (26) 8 bit 9 (2 ) bit 8 (27) 9 bit 10 (2 ) bit 9 (28) No connection

View as seen from the cam switch connector

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(3) Connection of the control input (terminal block) <FC-81F-C-1> <FC-161F/321F-C-1>

ST : Startup input HOME : External home position input PRO : Protect input B0-B3 : Bank input I.C : Input common *B3 is for FC-321F-C-1 only

*Connect a non-contact output without chattering for external home position input. *Input common (I.C) and the power source (DC-) are shorted internally. (4) Connection of the output <FC-81F-C-1> Terminal block

Fuse

0-7: Cam output O.C: Output common

Caution!

There is no fuse in the FC-81FC-1 output circuit. To prevent scorching of printed circuit boards, external wiring, or loads, insert an appropriate fuse between the load power source and output common.

Load Load Load Load Load Load Load Load

Load power source less than DC 35V

*Output common (O.C) and the power source (DC-) are shorted internally.

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<FC-161F/321F-C-1> Connector Cam switch connector Pin arrangement

These terminals will have "no connection" (N.C) for the FC-161F-C-1. Conne Connector pin ctor name pin No A1 0: Cam output 0 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A 10 1: Cam output 1 2: Cam output 2 3: Cam output 3 O.C: Output common 8: Cam output 8 9: Cam output 9 10: Cam output 10 11: Cam output 11 O.C: Output common Conne Connector pin ctor name pin No 16: Cam output A 11 16 17: Cam output A 12 17 18: Cam output A 13 18 19: Cam output A 14 19 O.C: Output A 15 common 24: Cam output A 16 24 25: Cam output A 17 25 26: Cam output A 18 26 27: Cam output A 19 27 O.C: Output A 20 common Conne Connector pin ctor name pin No B1 4: Cam output 4 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B 10 5: Cam output 5 6: Cam output 6 7: Cam output 7 No connection 12: Cam output 12 13: Cam output 13 14: Cam output 14 15: Cam output 15 No connection Conne Connector pin ctor name pin No 20: Cam output B 11 20 21: Cam output B 12 21 22: Cam output B 13 22 23: Cam output B 14 23 B 15 B 16 B 17 B 18 B 19 B 20 No connection 28: Cam output 28 29: Cam output 29 30: Cam output 30 31: Cam output 31 No connection

Connector connection Cam output 0 (A1) Cam output 1 (A2) Cam output 2 (A3) Cam output 31 (B19) Output common (A5/A10/A15/A20)

Load Load Load Load Fuse +

The FC-161F-C-1 does not have cam output 16-31.

Caution!

There is no fuse in the FC-161FC/321F-C-1 output circuit. To prevent scorching of printed circuit boards, external wiring, or loads, insert an appropriate fuse between the load power source and output common.

Load power source less than DC 35V

*Connect the connector output common to all of the load power source's 0V (-) terminals.

Caution!

* Use 1.25-3 (width of less than 5.5 mm for M3 screws and wire of 0.75-1.25 mm2) for compatible crimped terminals for the terminal block and use a torque of less than 0.5 Nm. * Compatible wire size for the connector is less than 0.3 mm2 (AWG 23-28).

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4-3-2. Precautions upon Wiring

(1) Keep the cam switch and its wiring away from any noise sources or power lines. In addition, use noise filters for noise sources. (2) Keep the input line, output line, and power line for the cam switch separate and do not route these lines over the cam switch. (3) Perform wiring to keep the cable for the absolute encoder separate from other control lines and power lines. (4) Provide a point to ground the control panel for the cam switch input common (I.C) and ground it near the control panel. Shielded wire for the encoder cable is not connected to the encoder itself or the encoder 0V. The encoder's 0V terminal and shield are connected to the input common (I.C) via connection of the connector for the encoder cable to the cam switch. Connect the machine and control panel with a cable having a nominal area for a conductor of 2-5.5 mm .

Machine Control panel

2

0V (E) shield

2-5.5 mm2 wire Ground

*Emergency stop circuit Form an emergency stop circuit with an external relay circuit so as to keep cam switch malfunctions and irregular operations from leading to irregular operations for the system as a whole. *Interlock circuit Form an interlock circuit externally when controlling reciprocal operations via cam switch output or when taking into account accidents and damage to machinery due to irregular operations for the cam switch.

Cam output

Normal rotation

Cam output

Reverse rotation

*Precautions with respect to fuses Insert an appropriate fuse between the load power source and output common (OC) for protection of external equipment and the cam switch itself. To prevent scorching of printed circuit boards, external wiring, or loads, insert an appropriate fuse between the load power source and output common.

Cam output Output common

Load

Load power source

less than DC 35V

Fuse

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*Measures to handle noise Use caution with regard to the following points when using equipment or components that produce electrical noise in the area around the device: * * * * Install the cam switch and its wiring separate from noise sources to the extent possible. Place the power source and ground in separate systems. Insert a noise filter in the power source for the equipment that is the noise source. Eliminate noise produced by relays and types of switches with elements for condenser and surge absorption to the extent possible. Connect a surge killer in parallel with a relay, magnet, bulb, etc. in an AC circuit.

*Precautions with respect to inrush current A lamp load such as an incandescent bulb causes a large inrush current to flow when ON. When operating a lamp load, use a lamp with less than 1/10 of the rated output current. In addition, flow dark current to the lamp or provide control resistance. *Precautions with respect to the inductive load Connect a surge killer or diode in parallel with the load when connecting an inductive load to the output. In addition, do not connect an inductive load in parallel with the input.

Load

Load

Surge killer

Load

AC power source

Surge killer

Diode

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4-3-3. Comprehensive Connection Examples

<FC-81F-C-1> Terminal block

Fuse

Load Load Load Load Load Load Load Load Load

Load power source less than DC 35V

DC 12/24V power source

Proximity switch

<FC-161F/321F-C-1>

Terminal block

Proximity switch

DC 12/24V power source

FC-321F-C-1 only Connector

Fuse

Load power source less than DC 35V

Load Load Load

Load Load Load

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5. Basic Functions

5-1. Output Area Settings

This function sets both the angle when output is ON and when output is OFF. These settings are possible in setting mode and teaching mode.

Mode Setting mode Teaching mode Output area settings *Sets the output area via key operation. *Changing output area settings is also possible. *Sets the output area via practice input for the encoder. *Changing output area settings is not possible.

5-2. Home Position Correction

This function corrects the home position to a home position (0 degrees) at a given angle. This function saves the operator the trouble of adjusting the home position for a rotary encoder. There are two methods of home position correction via external home position input and key operation.

Method of home position correction Key operation Home position correction * Can only be executed in teaching mode. * Sets the current angle for the encoder to 0 degrees (home position). * Home position correction is not possible when protect input is ON. * Correction is possible in run, adjustment, and teaching mode. * Sets the edge angle for external home position input OFFON to *359.5/359 degrees. However, the output status will be maintained until the next time the angle changes. * Home position correction is possible even when protect input is ON. *359.5 degrees for a resolution of 720 and 359 degrees or a resolution of 360

External position input

home

5-3. Adjustment

This function changes (finely adjusts) output area settings while the device is running. * This function is only possible when in adjustment mode and when startup input is ON. * Minimum resolution: Changes in units of 0.5 of a degree at a resolution of 720 and 1 degree at a resolution of 360 are possible. * Values for output area settings that are changed will be reflected in operation at the point when they are changed.

5-4. Control Input

1) Startup input (ST) Input is effective only in run/adjustment mode.

Input status ON Function *Fixes bank specification.* (Imports and fixes bank input with the edge for startup input OFFON). *The status will change to cam output permitted. *Bank specification is in accordance with the status of bank input.* *The status will change to cam output prohibited.

OFF

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2) Bank input (B0-B3) Bank specification is performed with input effective only in run/adjustment mode.

Input name (terminal number) Bank input 0 (B0) Bank input 1 (B1) Bank input 2 (B2) Bank input 3 (B3) Specified bank OFF OFF OFF OFF 0 ON OFF OFF OFF 1 OFF ON OFF OFF 2 ON ON OFF OFF 3 Input status OFF OFF ON OFF 4 ON OFF ON OFF 5 OFF ON ON OFF 6 ON ON ON OFF 7 OFF OFF OFF ON 8 ON OFF OFF ON 9

The FC-81F-C-1 does not have bank input. There is no bank input 3 for the FC-161F-C-1 and banks that can be specified will be from 0-7. 3) External home position input (refer to 5-2 Home position correction). *Home position correction is performed via external home position input (HOME). *Correction is effective in run, adjustment, and teaching mode. *Values for home position correction via external home position input are saved in the event power is cut when the mode is changed or power is OFF. External home position input

FC-81F-C-1 less than 10 ms FC-161F/321F-C-1 less than 5 ms

External home position input delay

Encoder angle

FC operating angle

FC output status *This is an example for a resolution of 360. <Caution!> *Use a sensor for non-contact output without chattering for external home position input. *Output response will be delayed due to external home position input. 4) Protect input Turning on protect input can prevent malfunction due to wrong operations.

Input status Setting mode Teaching mode Adjustment mode Run mode Function *Prohibits changes and erasure of output area settings. *Prohibits changes and erasure of output area settings. *Prohibits setting and erasure of home position correction via key operation. *Prohibits changes (fine adjustment) to output area settings. *Prohibits changes to other modes

Protect for output settings allows extremely detailed settings. For details, refer to "6-4. Protect Function."

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5-5. Cam Output/RUN Output

1) Cam Output *Output operation according to the ON and OFF angles at the output area setting. *Turning ON startup input in RUN mode or adjustment mode enables output operations. (1) Output operations and output response time Setting: When 30 degrees ON / 80 degrees OFF

Encoder angle (During normal operation) Output

(During reverse operation)

T: Response time

FC-81F-C-1 input FC-161F/321F-C-1

less than 550 us *1 *1 less than 750 µs during adjustment less than 600 µs during external home position less than 250 µs (with no timing settings)

(2) Control input and cam output

(The FC-81F-C-1 does not have bank input).

Startup input

Bank input Output status Output prohibited status Output possible status Output prohibited status

-1

When switching banks during operation and startup input is OFFON -1

Startup input Old bank New bank Output prohibited status Output possible status

Bank input Output status

Output possible status

-1 -1 Switching banks will be effective with the rising edge of the startup input. Accordingly, output operations will be executed with the settings for the old bank number even when switching bank input while the startup input is ON.

2) RUN Output *RUN output will be ON during normal operation in run mode or in adjustment mode. When an error occurs, RUN output will be turned OFF by the CPU irregularity (there is no relationship to startup input). *RUN output is used with cam output and is set via initial settings (dipswitches). FC-81F-C-1: Used with output 7 FC-161F-C-1: Used with output 15 FC-321F-C: Used with output 31 29

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6. Special Functions

6-1. Timing (FC-161F/321F-C-1 only)

This function sets the output ON/OFF angle ahead further in proportion to the speed of revolution for the encoder. This function is enabled for correction of mechanical systems delay. In a conventional cam switch, output area setting is performed in response to the speed of individual revolutions for each bank and is handled by switching banks, though correction of mechanical systems delay in response to the speed of revolutions in 1 output area setting can be automatically performed via timing. 1) Timing settings (set with the special function 0)

Outputs 0-7 have timing Setting of timing is performed individually with respect to outputs 0-7. The speed of revolution for the encoder is set for an n-degree angle (correction) at n rpm. <2> <1> <1> Speed of timing revolution: Minimum unit 10 rpm Sets the stipulated speed of revolution with respect to an angle to set as the timing angle. <2> Timing angle units: Minimum unit Minimum resolution (0.5 of a degree with a resolution of 720 and 1 degree with a resolution of 360) Sets the angle to advance (correct) with the speed of revolution to set as the speed of timing revolution. 2) Timing operations (1) Setting timing calculates the timing proportional constant K in the cam switch. Timing proportional constant K (degrees/rpm) = Timing angle/ Speed of timing revolution (2) The device measures the speed of revolution every 166.6 ms and calculates the correction angle with the measured speed of revolution. Correction angle = Measured speed of revolution × Timing proportional constant K (3) The output ON width (angle) is synchronized with the revolution of the encoder (change for a resolution of 1) in units for a resolution of 1 so that it does not change, and correction of the output angle nears the correction angle. (4) The output angle when correction reaches the correction angle is Output angle = Output area setting angle - Correction angle and this will be the output operation as performed with setting of timing. Output area settings: 30 degrees ON/80 degrees OFF Timing settings: timing angle 30 degrees/speed of timing revolution

Output ON angle

300 rpm

Output angle

The output angle when correction with timing is complete with respect to the speed of revolution will be as shown in the graph on the left. Output OFF angle

Speed of revolution

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3)

Notes (1) Output settings (output area settings and pulse output settings) *Timing will not function for output settings when there is no OFF width of more than a resolution of 2. More than 1 degree for a resolution of 720 More than 2 degrees for a resolution of 360 (2) Timing (correction) delay with respect to variation in the speed of revolution *Correction with respect to the speed of revolution for the encoder will be delayed due to the speed of revolution measurement cycle and correction operations. *Guidelines for the number of encoder revolutions needed to complete correction are as follows: number of revolutions = off Off angle width for output area settings Speed of revolution for the encoder Timing proportional constant (3) Output response time and response speed of revolution *Response speed of revolution and output response time for outputs 0-7 will change as a result of set points for timing.

Output response time (outputs 0-7) less than 305 µs less than 315 µs less than 330 µs less than 350 µs less than 370 µs less than 385 µs less than 415 µs less than 420 µs Maximum response revolution speed rpm Resolution of 720 Resolution of 360 500 450 400 350 300 250 250 200 1000 900 800 700 600 500 500 400

Set points for timing 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

(4) Output when encoder revolution stops The device will be forced to perform output operation with an output area setting of 0 degrees for the correction angle when the speed of revolution for the encoder slows and stops. However, encoder stoppage will be detected at a speed of revolution of 0 rpm, so there will be variation in the time for the speed of revolution measurement cycle of 166.6 ms. Output will vary after a maximum of 333.3 ms from when revolutions stop. (5) Adjustment of timing settings (adjustment while the device is running) Adjusting the settings for the timing speed of revolution or timing angle to 0 will cause timing to stop regardless of the current output status and provide output without timing settings.

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6-2. Pulse Output Setting (FC-161F/321F-C-1 only)

This function sets what pulse output for 1 revolution to use without turning output ON/OFF in the range of the revolution angle. (divided output) The number of pulses that can be set will differ according to the encoder resolution. Outputs to set with this function with respect to area output settings are know as pulse output settings. 1) Setting (set with the special function 1) * Output area settings are automatically set via setting of the ON start angle (the output ON angle at the pulse starting point) and the number of pulses. * The number of pulses that can be set via resolution is displayed in the table below. : Setting possible ×: Setting not possible Resolution Number of pulses 720 360 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 × 9 10 12 15 18 2) Output operation This operation is the same as for output area settings. with the set pulse output settings. Output will be turned ON/OFF in accordance

Number of pulses 20 24 30 36 40 45 60 72 90 120 180 360

Resolution 720 360 × × × × ×

Sample setting: ON start angle = 1 degree / number of pulses = 60 / resolution = 360

Encoder angle Output (Resolution) (Set number of pulses)

3)

Notes * When output area settings are present, pulse output setting is not possible. Perform setting after erasing output area settings. * Adjustment in adjustment mode for pulse output settings is not possible. * When there is no pulse width of more than a resolution of 2, timing is not possible even if timing settings are entered. Resolution of 360: Timing is not performed with a setting of 180 pulses. Resolution of 720: Timing is not performed with a setting of 360 pulses.

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6-3. Copy Function (FC-161F/321F-C-1 only)

1) Function description Saving, replaying, transferring, and checking of setting information (*) is possible.

Function Save (special function 2) Replay (special function 3) Check 1 (special function 5) Transfer (special function 4) Check 2 (special function 6) Description Saves setting information to a cam switch connected via a communications port. (Saving for all banks/specified banks is possible). Replays setting information to a cam switch connected via a communications port. (Replay for all banks/specified banks is possible). Checks setting information to a cam switch connected via a communications port. (Checking for all banks/specified banks is possible). Transfers setting information between banks. (Transfer for specified banks is possible). Checks setting information between banks. (Only checking for specified banks is possible).

*Setting information *Output settings (output area settings/pulse output settings) *Home position correction settings *Timing settings *Protect settings

Caution!

Use the same time of cam switches connected externally for save, replay, and check 1.

6-4. Protect Settings Function

1) Function description * This function sets protection of output settings (output area settings/pulse output settings). * Writing/changing/adjustment/erasure of output settings is prohibited for output with protect settings ON when protect input is ON. Conversely, writing/changing/adjustment/erasure of normal output settings is possible for output with protect settings OFF. * There are four methods of specification for protect settings. These are set with the special function ( ).

Specification Output units (special function 7) Bank units (special function 8) Mode units (special function 9) Combination (special function A) Description Specifies output in units of the output number, which will be a common setting for output of every mode/every bank. Specifies output in units of the bank number, which will be a common setting for all output of every mode/specified banks. (Specification possible with FC-161F/321F-C-1 only) Specifies output in units of the mode, which will be a common setting for every bank of specified modes/every output. Sets individually specified modes/banks/output. (Specification possible with FC-161F/321F-C-1 only)

Caution!

* Writing of protect settings is not possible when protect input is ON. * Protect settings are overwritten. * All protect settings will be turned ON during shipment.

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7. Communications Functions

(For details, refer to the separate FC Series Communications Reference Manual). 1) System configuration

Master Personal computer or host computer Programmable controller * FC-161F-C-1 FC-321F-C-1

Other

RS-232C (serial communications) FC-161F-C-1 FC-321F-C-1

Slave

*FC can communicate as a master only with the copy function. 2) Communications specifications

Item Link format Transmission format Transmission Transmission distance Transmission speed Error check Protocol Specification 1:1 only Half-duplex asynchronous (8-bit transmission, even parity, 1 stop bit) RS-232C under 3 m 9600bps Parity FC-only

3)

Communications protocol This protocol (means of communication) is an FC-only protocol and is the protocol used by the slave to respond to queries/requests (task codes) from the master. The FC only has slave functions and responds to queries/requests (task codes) from the master. The FC normally awaits receipt of queries/requests and the FC is not able to start communications. However, the FC operating will, when copying between FCs, be a master when FCs are connected. <Communications data flow>

Master Query/request

FC-161F/321F-C-1 [slave]

Response

4)

Communications connector

Module connector (6P) Pin no. Pin no. 1, 2 2, 5 3 4 Signal name 0V +5V RXD TXD Function 0V for communications Externally supplied 5-V power Received data Sent data

(View as seen from the back of the FC)

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5)

Task code list for communications requests The following table of readout, writing, and error responses are performed with the FC-161F/321F-C-1. : Processing of communications requests possible : Responses with an error (E92) meaning processing is not possible when protect input is ON. ×: Processing of communications requests not possible Readout Communications possible Task No. Contents of requested processing code Run Adjust d Set Teach* 1 41h (A) Readout of display/control input status/initial settings status 2 42h (B) Batch readout of operating status 3 43h (C) Readout of operating mode 4 44h (D) Readout of bank specification/operating angle 5 45h (E) Readout of bank specification/operating speed of revolution ) 6 46h (F) ( Readout of output status 7 47h (G) Readout of revolution position 8 48h (H) Readout of control input status/initial settings status 9 52h (R) Readout of model/software version 10 49h (I) Readout of banks for output settings/page specification 11 4Ah (J) Readout of banks for output settings/output specification lead l 12 2Bh (+) Output settings + readout 13 2Dh (-) Output settings + readout 14 50h (P) Readout of program names for bank specification 15 4Ch (L) Batch readout of values for home position correction 16 4Dh (M) Readout of bank specification of values for home position i 17 4Eh (N) Batch readout of banks for timing settings 18 4Fh (O) Readout of banks for timing settings/output specification 19 53h (S) Readout of protect settings (output unit specification) 20 54h (T) Readout of protect settings (bank unit specification) 21 55h (U) Readout of protect settings (mode unit specification) 22 56h (V) Readout of protect settings (combined unit specification) *Teach: Teaching Write Communications possible Task No. Contents of requested processing code Run Adjust d Set Teach* 1 69h (i) Writing of banks for output settings/page specification × × 2 6Ah (j) Writing of banks for output settings/ output specification × × i Writing of banks for output settings/page specification 3 71h (q) i × × i ) 4 6Bh (k) ( Erasurei of banks for output settings/output specification × × 5 70h (p) Writing of bank specification for program names × × 6 6Ch (l) Batch writing of values for home position correction × × 7 6Dh (m) Writing of bank specification of values for home position × × i 8 6Eh (n) Batch writing of bank specification for timing settings × × 9 6Fh (o) Writing of banks for timing settings/output specification × 10 78h (x) Complete clearing of bank specification for all settings × × Change iof out setting adjustment 11 79h (y) i f × i i 12 7Ah (z) #49 Adj in d h Changes operating modes 13 73h (s) Writing of protect settings (output unit specification) × × × 14 74h (t) Writing of protect settings (bank unit specification) × × × 15 75h (u) Writing of protect settings (mode unit specification) × × × 16 76h (v) Writing of protect settings (combined unit specification) × × × *Teach: Teaching Error response Communications possible Task No. Contents of requested processing code Run Adjust Set Teach* 1 3Fh (?) Error response *Teach: Teaching

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8. FC-81F-C-1 Procedures

Operational

(Run)

Initial Settings ............................. Refer to Section 8-1

Power source OFF Set dipswitches Power source ON Completely erase output area settings Completely erase home position correction End

Start setting

Output area settings ................Refer to Section 8-2

N

Setting complete? Y Are there settings for home position correction? N Y Refer to Section 8-3 Y N Refer to Section 8-4 Protect settings Y Set home position correction

Are there protect settings? N Refer to Section 8-5 Adjustment

Setting complete?

N

Adjustment complete? Y

N

Setting complete? Y

Run

Refer to Section 8-6

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8-1. Initial Settings

1) Set dipswitches before turning on the power.

Mode: Teaching

Cam

SW1: Select the direction of revolution for the encoder to increase the angle. CW : Increase the angle in a clockwise (CW) direction with respect to the encoder shaft CCW : Increase the angle in a counterclockwise (CCW) direction with respect to the encoder shaft SW2: Select the resolution for the encoder. 360 : When using a resolution of 360/1 revolution for the encoder angle settings will be in units of 1 degree. 720 : When using a resolution of 720/1 revolution for the encoder angle settings will be in units of 0.5 of a degree. SW3: Select RUN output/Cam output selection of cam output 7. Cam : When used for cam output RUN : When used for RUN output 2) 3) Check the wiring and turn on the power. Completely clear setting information. (1) Protect (PRO) input will be OFF (open). Ex. TRD-NA360NWF Ex. TRD-NA720NWF

(2) Shift to teaching mode. Press the Mode Mode

(Shift to teaching mode to clear home position correction).

key and the teaching indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run key and the teaching indicator will light, indicating the device is in teaching

Press the mode.

Execute Mode

Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

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(3) Completely clear output area settings: Operate Press the Erase key.

Erase

Write

Execute

keys.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

G L R

Press the Write key. Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

(Clear)

G L R

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting Displays these items alternately. (All Clear)

A L L

Press the Execute Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

key and output area settings will be completely erased.

1 0

(4) Erase home position correction: Press the Erase key. Operate

Displays the current angle. (Ex. 10 degrees) Erase Home Execute keys.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

G L R

Press the Home key. Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

(Clear)

G L R 5 0

Press the Execute

Displays these items alternately. (When a value for home position correction of 50 degrees is set)

key and home position correction will be erased.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1 2 3

4)

Displays the current angle. (Ex. 123)

At this point, initial setting is complete. Proceed next to output area setting.

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8-2. Output Area Settings

8-2-1. Settings in Setting Mode

1) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run Mode: Setting

Press the

Execute key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Specify the output area setting you want to set. Press the specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light, indicating it is

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting * Settings will be readout when output settings are ON already set. Press the Read key to reach a blank display as OFF shown in the diagram on the left. Output 3) Write the ON angle. Press the or key and move to the ON angle. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (Ex. Output 1 specified)

<Caution!> Continuing to press the keys causes the update speed to automatically increase. Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

5 0 5 0

(Ex. ON angle of 50 degrees)

Press the

Write

key and write the ON angle.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF 4) Continue and write the OFF angle. Press the or key and move to the OFF angle.

<Caution!> Continuing to press the keys causes the update speed to automatically increase. Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

1 5 0

(Ex. OFF angle of 150 degrees)

Press the

Write

key and write the OFF angle. The device will shift to the status in 2) after writing.

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8-2-2. Settings in Teaching Mode

1) Shift to teaching mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the teaching indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode: Teaching

Press the mode.

Execute Mode

key and the teaching indicator will light, indicating the device is in teaching

Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Specify the output area setting you want to set. Press the specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light, indicating it is

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

1 2 3

The current angle will be displayed.

Output 3)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

(Ex. Output 1 specified with the current angle of 123 degrees)

Write the ON angle. Move the machine (encoder) to the ON angle. Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

5 0

(Ex. ON angle of 50 degrees)

Press the

Write

key and write the ON angle.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

5 0

4)

Continue and write the OFF angle. Move the machine (encoder) to the OFF angle. Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

1 5 0

(Ex. OFF angle of 150 degrees)

Press the

Write

key and write the OFF angle.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

1 5 0

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8-2-3. Changing Output Area Settings

1) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode:

Setting

Press the

Execute key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Specify the output number in output area settings you want to change. Press the specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light, indicating it is

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

* Displays a readout of the minimum ON angle.

Output 3)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

(Ex. Output 1 specified)

Read out the output area settings you want to change. Press the Read key and read out the output area setting you want to change.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

5 0

(Ex. Readout of an ON angle of 50 degrees)

4)

Write the output area setting you want to change. Press the or key and move to the angle to change.

<Caution!> Continuing to press the keys causes the update speed to automatically increase. Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

7 0

(Ex. Moving from an ON angle of 50 degrees to 70 degrees)

Press the

Write

key, write the changed setting, and the next setting will be read out afterwards.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

1 5 0

(Ex. 70 degrees ON will be written and 150 degrees OFF will be read out)

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8-2-4. Clearing Output Area Settings

1. 1) 2) Erase read out output area settings Shift to setting or teaching mode. Specify the output number you want to erase in output area settings. Press the specified.

Output

Mode: Setting/Teaching

key and the output indicator for the output number will light, indicating it is

Output 3)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

(Ex. Output 1 specified)

Read out the output area setting you want to erase. Press the Read key and read out the output area setting you want to erase.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

5 0

(Ex. Readout of an ON angle of 50 degrees)

Output 4)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Perform erasure operations. Press the Erase key.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

G L R

[When you want to cancel the operation] When you want to cancel an erasure operation, press the be cancelled. However, it can also be canceled with the mode and the key in teaching mode. Read Press the Execute / Erase

Read /

key and the operation will keys in setting

key and read out output area settings will be erased.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF ON OFF

5 0

Displays the ON angle to erase for .5 secs (Ex. ON angle of 50 degrees displayed) Displays the OFF angle to erase for .5 secs (Ex. OFF angle of 150 degrees displayed) 0.5 sec

1 5 0

G L R

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

* Setting mode: Blank display Teaching mode: Current angle displayed

Output

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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Mode: Setting/Teaching 2. 1) 2) Erase all output area settings in a specified output number Shift to setting or teaching mode. Specify the output number you want to erase. Press the specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light, indicating it is

Output 3)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

(Ex. Output 1 specified)

Perform erasure operations. Press the Erase key.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

G L R

[When you want to cancel the operation] When you want to cancel an erasure operation, press the be cancelled. However, it can also be canceled with the mode and the key in teaching mode. Read Press the

Output

Erase

Read /

key and the operation will keys in setting

/

key.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

G L R

Output Press the Execute 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Display of the specified output number will blink. (Ex. Output 1 specified)

key and all output area settings in a specified output number will be erased.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

* Setting mode: Blank display Teaching mode: Current angle displayed

Output

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

(Output 1 specified)

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Mode: Setting/Teaching 3. 1) Completely erase all output area settings Shift to setting or teaching mode.

2) Perform erasure operations. Press the Erase key.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

G L R

[When you want to cancel the operation] When you want to cancel an erasure operation, press the be cancelled. However, it can also be canceled with the mode and the key in teaching mode. Read Press the Write key. / Erase

Read /

key and the operation will keys in setting

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

G L R

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting Displays these items alternately.

A L L

Press the Execute key and output area settings will be completely erased. Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

* Setting mode: Blank display Teaching mode: Current angle displayed

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8-3. Setting Home Position Correction

Objective: This function sets a given angle as the home position (0 degrees). 1) Shift to teaching mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the teaching indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode: Teaching

Press the mode.

Execute Mode

key and the teaching indicator will light, indicating the device is in teaching

Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Write the home position. Move the machine (encoder) to the home position. Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1 2 3

Press the Home key.

(Ex. Current angle of 123 degrees)

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1 2 3 0

Press the Write

Displays these items alternately. (Ex. Value for home position correction of 123 degrees)

key, write the home position, and the current angle will become 0 degrees.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

0

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8-4. Protect Settings

Objective: To set settings you want to protect with respect to a specific mode or output. 1) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode:

Setting

Press the

Execute key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

When setting protect with output unit specification, proceed to Section 8-4-1. When setting protect with mode unit specification, proceed to Section 8-4-2.

Adjustment mode Teaching mode Setting mode Output

Mode unit Output unit

Output 2

Protect setting ON/OFF in individual units will be batch written.

Teaching mode

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8-4-1. Protect Settings for Output Unit Specification

1) Shift to protect settings mode. Press the Display key and

Output

Mode:

Setting

key within 1 sec to switch to special function 7.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

F U n 7

(Displayed in 0.5 sec)

0 0

Output 2) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

The current setting is read out. (Ex. All output ON)

Specify the output number you want to use for protect settings. Press the specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light, indicating it is

Output Output 3) Write the protect settings. Press the or

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

(Ex. All output specified) (Ex. Output 1 specified)

key and select protect settings ON/OFF.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

0 F F 0 0

Output Press the Write 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

(Ex. Output 1 protect settings OFF)

(Ex. Output 1 protect settings ON)

key and write protect settings.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

0 0

Output 4) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (Ex. Writing of output 1, protect settings ON) Clear special function 7 once setting of protect settings is complete. Press the Display key and

Output

key within 1 sec and return to setting mode.

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8-4-2. Protect Settings for Mode Unit Specification

1) Shift to protect settings mode. Press the Display key and Mode

Mode:

Setting

key within 1 sec to switch to special function 9.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

F U n 9

(Displayed in 0.5 sec)

0 0

Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

The current setting is read out. (Ex. Setting/Teaching/Adjustment mode ON)

2)

Specify the mode you want to use for protect settings. Press the Mode Mode key and the indicator for the specified mode will light, indicating it is specified. Setting Teaching Adjustment (Ex. Setting mode specified) Run Setting Teaching Adjustment Run (Ex. Setting/teaching/adjustment mode specified)

Mode

3)

Write the protect settings. Press the or key and select protect settings ON/OFF.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

0 F F 0 0

Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

(Ex. Setting mode, protect settings OFF)

(Ex. Setting mode, protect settings ON)

Press the

Write

key and write protect settings.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

0 0

Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

(Ex. Writing of setting mode, protect settings ON)

4)

Clear special function 9 once setting of protect settings is complete. Press the Display key and Mode key within 1 sec and return to setting mode.

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8-5. Adjustment

1) Shift to adjustment mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the adjustment indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode: Adjustment

Objective: This function performs fine adjustment of output area settings while the device is in a test run.

Press the Execute key and the adjustment indicator will light, indicating the device is in adjustment mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run 2) Turn start input ON (Adjustment of output is possible). <Caution!> * Adjustment of output for protect settings ON is not possible when protect input is ON. * Protect settings during shipment will all be ON. 3) Specify the output number in output area settings you want to adjust. Press the specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light, indicating it is

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

* Displays the minimum ON angle when there are output settings. When there are no output settings, a blank display will be shown.

Output 4)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

(Ex. Output 1 specified)

Read out the output area setting you want to adjust. Press the Read key to read out the output area setting you want to adjust. Setting status (Ex. Readout of an ON angle of 50 degrees)

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

5 0

5)

Perform adjustment operations. Press the or key to move to the angle to adjust in units for a resolution of 1. The setting status display will blink until output area settings are written. Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting Setting status ON (Ex. Adjustment from an ON angle of 50 OFF degrees to 51 degrees) Setting status ON (Ex. Readout of an ON angle of 51 degrees) OFF

5 1 5 1

6)

Return to the operations display. Press the Display output area setting. or Erase key to switch to the operations display after readout of the

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8-6. Running

This function switches to run mode after completion of a test run and runs the device. 1) Shift to run mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the run indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode:

Run

Press the

Execute key and the run indicator will light, indicating the device is in run mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2) 3) 4)

Turn protect input ON when you want to prohibit changes to other modes from run mode (to prevent operational errors). Turn start input ON and run the device. Select the display mode. Press the Display key to alternate between the speed of revolution display and angle display.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

Display

* Angle display key

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

* Speed of revolution display

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9. FC-161F/321F-C-1

Procedures

Operational

(Run)

Initial Settings ............................. Refer to Section 9-1

Power source OFF Set dipswitches Power source ON Completely erase output area settings Completely erase home position correction End

Start setting

Output area settings ................Refer to Section 9-2 N

Setting complete? Y Are there settings for home position correction? N Y Set home position correction N Setting complete? Y Refer to Section 9-3

Are there angle settings? N

Y Angle settings N Setting complete? Y Refer to Section 9-4

Are there pulse output settings? N

Y Pulse output settings N Setting complete? Y Refer to Section 9-5

Are there protect settings? N

Y Protect settings N Setting complete? Y Refer to Section 9-6

Adjustment

Refer to Section 9-8

N

Setting complete? Y Run Refer to Section 9-9

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9-1. Initial Settings

1) Set dipswitches before turning on the power.

Mode: Teaching

Cam

SW1: Select the direction of revolution for the encoder to increase the angle. CW : Increase the angle in a clockwise (CW) direction with respect to the encoder shaft CCW : Increase the angle in a counterclockwise (CCW) direction with respect to the encoder shaft SW2: Select the resolution for the encoder. 360 : When using a resolution of 360/1 revolution for the encoder angle settings will be in units of 1 degree. 720 : When using a resolution of 720/1 revolution for the encoder angle settings will be in units of 0.5 of a degree. SW3: Cam output 15 (FC-161F-C-1) Cam output 31 (FC-321F-C-1) Cam : when used for cam output RUN : when used for RUN output 2) 3) Check the wiring and turn on the power. Completely clear setting information. (1) Protect (PRO) input will be OFF (open). Ex. TRD-NA360NWF Ex. TRD-NA720NWF

Select RUN output/Cam output in function selection for

(2) Shift to teaching mode. (Shift to teaching mode to clear home position correction). Press the Mode Mode key and the teaching indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run key and the teaching indicator will light, indicating the device is in teaching

Press the mode.

Execute Mode

Setting Teaching Adjustment Run 54

(3) Completely clear output area settings: Operate Press the Erase key.

Erase

Write

Execute

keys.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

0

Press the Write

G L R

key.

(Clear)

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

G L R

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting Displays these items alternately. (All Clear)

A L L

Press the Execute

key and output area settings will be completely erased.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting Displays the current angle. (Ex. 123.5 degrees)

0

1 2 3. 5

key.

(4) Erase home position correction: Operate Press the Erase

Erase

Home

Execute

keys.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

0

Press the Home

G L R

key.

(Clear)

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

0 0

Press the

G L R 1 1 1. 0

Execute

Displays these items alternately. (When a value for home position correction of 111.0 degrees is set)

key and home position correction will be erased.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting Displays the current angle. (Ex. 123.5 degrees)

0

1 2 3. 5

Press the Bank correction. Bank/FUN

key, switch banks, and repeat erasure operations for values for home position

1

4)

The FC-161F-C-1 performs this with respect to banks 07.

At this point, initial setting is complete. Proceed next to output area setting.

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9-2. Output Area Settings

9-2-1. Settings in Setting Mode

1) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run Mode: Setting

Press the

Execute key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Specify the output area setting you want to set. Press the Bank key, and specify a bank.

Bank/FUN

1

3)

Banks 0-7 can be specified with the FC-161F-C. Banks 0-9 can be specified with the FC-321F-C. (Ex. Bank 1 specified)

Specify the output number you want to use for output area setting. Press the Output or indicating it is specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting * Settings will be readout when output settings are already set. Press the Read or Read ON key to reach a blank display as shown in the OFF diagram on the left. Output ................. (Ex. Output 1 specified) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1

4)

Write the ON angle. Press the or key and move to the ON angle.

<Caution!> Continuing to press the keys causes the update speed to automatically increase. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. ON angle of 33.5 degrees) OFF

1 1

3 3. 5 3 3. 5

Press the

Write

key.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF 5) Continue and write the OFF angle. Press the or key and move to the OFF angle.

<Caution!> Continuing to press the keys causes the update speed to automatically increase. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. OFF angle of 83.0 degrees) OFF

1 1

8 3. 0

Press the

Write

key and write the OFF angle. The device will shift to the status in 3) after writing.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

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9-2-2. Settings in Teaching Mode

1) Shift to teaching mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the teaching indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode: Teaching

Press the mode.

Execute Mode

key and the teaching indicator will light, indicating the device is in teaching

Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Specify the output area setting you want to set. Press the Bank key, and specify a bank.

Bank/FUN

1

3)

Banks 0-7 can be specified with the FC-161F-C-1. Banks 0-9 can be specified with the FC-321F-C-1. (Ex. Bank 1 specified)

Specify the output number you want to use for output area setting. Press the Output or indicating it is specified. Output

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

................. (Ex. Output 1 specified) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

4)

Write the ON angle. Move the machine (encoder) to the ON angle. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. ON angle of 151.0 degrees) OFF

1

1 5 1. 0

key.

Press the

Write

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

1

1 5 1. 0

5)

Continue and write the OFF angle. Move the machine (encoder) to the OFF angle. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. OFF angle of 193.5 degrees) OFF

1

1 9 3. 5

Press the

Write

key and write the OFF angle.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. Current angle of 193.5 degrees) OFF

1

1 9 3. 5

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9-2-3. Changing Output Area Settings

1) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode:

Setting

Press the

Execute key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Specify the bank in output area settings you want to change. Press the Bank key, and specify a bank.

Bank/FUN

1

3)

Banks 0-7 can be specified with the FC-161F-C-1. Banks 0-9 can be specified with the FC-321F-C-1. (Ex. Bank 1 specified)

Specify the output number you want to change in output area settings. Press the Output or indicating it is specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

Output 4)

ON OFF

* Displays a readout of the minimum ON angle.

................. (Ex. Output 1 specified) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Write the output area setting you want to change. Press the Read or Read key and read out the output area setting you want to change.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

5) Press the or

6 3. 0

ON OFF

(Ex. Readout of an ON angle of 63.0 degrees)

Write the output area setting to change. key and move to the angle to change.

<Caution!> Continuing to press the keys causes the update speed to automatically increase. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. Moving from an ON angle of 63.0 degrees OFF to 73.5 degrees)

1

7 3. 5

Press the

Write

key, write the changed setting, and the next setting will be read out afterwards.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. 73.5 degrees ON will be written and 91.0 OFF degrees will be read out)

1

9 1. 0

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9-2-4. Clearing Output Area Settings

1. 1) 2) Erase read out output area settings Shift to setting or teaching mode. Specify the bank in output area settings you want to erase. Press the Bank key, and specify a bank.

Mode: Setting/Teaching

Bank/FUN

1

3)

Banks 0-7 can be specified with the FC-161F-C-1. Banks 0-9 can be specified with the FC-321F-C-1. (Ex. Bank 1 specified)

Specify the output number you want to erase in output area settings. Press the Output or indicating it is specified. Output

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

................. (Ex. Output 1 specified) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

4)

Read out the output area setting you want to erase. Press the Read or Read key and read out the output area setting you want to erase.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. Readout of an ON angle of 43.0 degrees) OFF

1

4 3. 0

5)

Perform erasure operations. Press the Erase key.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

g L R

Erase key and the operation will

Read/

[When you want to cancel the operation] When you want to cancel an erasure operation, press the be cancelled.

Read However, it can also be canceled with the / / setting mode and the / keys in teaching mode. Read Read

keys in

Press the

Execute

key and read out output area settings will be erased.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON Displays the ON angle to erase for 0.5 sec OFF (Ex. ON angle of 43.0 degrees displayed) ON Displays the OFF angle to erase for 0.5 sec OFF (Ex. OFF angle of 121.5 degrees displayed)

1 1 1 1

4 3. 0

1 2 1. 5

g L R

0.5 sec

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON * Setting mode: Blank display OFF Teaching mode: Current angle displayed

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Mode: Setting/Teaching 2. 1) 2) Erase all output area settings in a specified output number Shift to setting or teaching mode. Specify the bank in output area settings you want to erase. Press the Bank key, and specify a bank.

Bank/FUN

1

3)

Banks 0-7 can be specified with the FC-161F-C-1. Banks 0-9 can be specified with the FC-321F-C-1. (Ex. Bank 1 specified)

Specify the output number you want to erase in output area settings. Press the Output or indicating it is specified. Output

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

................. (Ex. Output 1 specified) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

4)

Perform erasure operations. Press the Erase key.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

g L R

Erase key and the operation will / Read keys in

[When you want to cancel the operation] When you want to cancel an erasure operation, press the be cancelled.

However, it can also be canceled with the / / Read setting mode and the Read / keys in teaching mode. Read Press the

Output

or

Output

key.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

Output Press the Execute

g L R

Display of the specified output number blinks.

................. (Ex. Output 1 specified) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 key and all output area settings in a specified output number will be erased.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON Setting mode: Blank display OFF Teaching mode: Current angle displayed

1

Output

................. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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Mode: Setting/Teaching 3. 1) 2) Erase all output area settings in a specified bank Shift to setting or teaching mode. Specify the bank in output area settings you want to erase. Press the Bank key, and specify a bank.

Bank/FUN

1

3) Press the

Banks 0-7 can be specified with the FC-161F-C-1. Banks 0-9 can be specified with the FC-321F-C-1. (Ex. Bank 1 specified)

Perform erasure operations. Erase key.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

g L R

Erase key and the operation will / Read keys in

[When you want to cancel the operation] When you want to cancel an erasure operation, press the be cancelled.

However, it can also be canceled with the / / Read setting mode and the Read /Read keys in teaching mode. Press the Bank key.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

G L R G L R

Displays these items alternately. The bank display blinks.

Press the

Execute

key and all output area settings in a specified output number will be erased.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON * Setting mode: Blank display OFF Teaching mode: Current angle displayed

1

Output

................. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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Mode: Setting/Teaching 4. 1) 2) Completely erase all output area settings Shift to setting or teaching mode. Perform erasure operations. Press the Erase key.

Bank/FUN

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

3

g L R

Erase

Read /

[When you want to cancel the operation] When you want to cancel an erasure operation, press the be cancelled. However, it can also be canceled with the modeRead the and key in teaching mode. Press the Write key. /

key and the operation will keys in setting

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

G L R

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting Displays these items alternately.

A L L

Press the Execute key and output area settings will be completely erased. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON * Setting mode: Blank display OFF Teaching mode: Current angle displayed

0

Output

................. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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9-3. Setting Home Position Correction

Objective: This function sets a given angle as the home position (0 degrees). 1) Shift to teaching mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the teaching indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode: Teaching

Press the mode.

Execute Mode

key and the teaching indicator will light, indicating the device is in teaching

Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Specify a bank for which to perform home position correction. Press the Bank key, and specify a bank.

Bank/FUN

1

3)

Banks 0-7 can be specified with the FC-161F-C-1. Banks 0-9 can be specified with the FC-321F-C-1. (Ex. Bank 1 specified)

Write the home position. Move the machine (encoder) to the home position. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

Press the

1 0 1. 0

Home key.

(Ex. Current angle of 101.0 degrees)

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

1 0 1. 0 0

Displays these items alternately. (Ex. Value for home position correction of 101.0 degrees)

Press the

Write

key, write the home position, and the current angle will become 0 degrees.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

0

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9-4. Timing Settings

Objective: This function sets the output ON/OFF angle ahead further in proportion to the speed of revolution for the encoder.

9-4-1. Setting Timing Settings

1) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode:

Setting

Press the

Execute key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Specify the bank you want to set for timing. Press the Bank key, and specify a bank.

Bank/FUN

1

3) Press the FUN

Banks 0-7 can be specified with the FC-161F-C-1. Banks 0-9 can be specified with the FC-321F-C-1. (Ex. Bank 1 specified)

Select special function 0. key and specify special function 0 (refer to Section 6.1)

Bank/FUN

0

4)

(Specification of special function 0 displayed)

Specify the output number you want to use for output area setting. Press the Output or indicating it is specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

The speed of revolution for timing will be read out. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

0

0

Output

................. (Ex. Output 1 specified) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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5)

Write the speed of revolution for timing. Press the set. or key and move to the speed of revolution for timing you want to

<Caution!> Continuing to press the keys causes the update speed to automatically increase. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. Speed of revolution for timing of 150 rpm) OFF

0

1 5 0

Press the Write key and write the speed of revolution for timing. When writing is complete, the timing angle will be read out. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

0

0

6)

Continue and write the timing angle. Press the or key and move to the timing angle.

<Caution!> Continuing to press the keys causes the update speed to automatically increase. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. Timing angle of 30 degrees) OFF

0

3 0

Press the Write key and write the timing angle. The device will shift to readout status for the speed of revolution for timing after writing. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. Speed of revolution for timing of 150 rpm) OFF

0

1 5 0

Output 7)

................. (Ex. Output 1 specified) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Clear the special function once setting of timing settings is complete. Press the Bank key, clear special function 0, and return to setting mode.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

1

5 0

Output

................. (Ex. Readout of an ON angle of 50 degrees for output 1) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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9-4-2. Clearing Timing Settings

1) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode:

Setting

Press the

Execute key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Specify the bank in timing settings you want to erase. Press the Bank key, and specify a bank.

Bank/FUN

1

3) Press the FUN

Banks 0-7 can be specified with the FC-161F-C-1. Banks 0-9 can be specified with the FC-321F-C-1. (Ex. Bank 1 specified)

Select special function 0. key and specify special function 0 (refer to Section 6-1)

Bank/FUN

0

(Specification of special function 0 displayed)

4) Specify the output number in timing settings you want to erase. Press the Output or indicating it is specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

The speed of revolution for timing will be read out. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

0

1 5 0

Output

................. (Ex. Speed of revolution for timing of 150 rpm specified) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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5)

Perform erasure operations. Press the Erase key.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

0

g L R

Press the

Execute

key and the specified timing settings will be erased.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting Displays the speed of revolution for timing to erase for 0.5 sec Displays the timing angle to erase for 0.5 sec (Ex. Timing angle of 30 degrees displayed)

0 0 0 0

1 5 0

3 0

g L R 0

0.5 sec

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting Displays a speed of revolution for timing of 0 rpm after erasure. Important: Performing the following operations will also erase timing settings. (1) Erasing all output area settings in a specified output number (refer to 9-2-4 2.) Timing settings for a specified output number will be erased. (2) Erasing all output area settings in a specified bank (refer to 9-2-4 3.) All timing settings for a specified bank will be erased. (3) Completely erasing output area settings (refer to 9-2-4 4.) All timing settings will be erased.

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9-5. Pulse Output Settings

Objective: Output area settings are automatically set via setting of the ON start angle (the output ON angle at the pulse starting point) and the number of pulses. <Caution!> Pulse output setting is not possible with regard to output set for output area settings. Select output that is not set for output area settings or perform setting after erasing output area settings.

9-5-1. Setting Pulse Output Settings

1) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode:

Setting

Press the

Execute key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Specify the bank you want to set for pulse output settings. Press the Bank key, and specify a bank.

Bank/FUN

3

3) Press the FUN

Banks 0-7 can be specified with the FC-161F-C-1. Banks 0-9 can be specified with the FC-321F-C-1. (Ex. Bank 1 specified)

Select special function 1. key and specify special function 1 (refer to Section 6-2)

Bank/FUN

1

4)

(Specification of special function 1 displayed)

Specify the output number you want to use for pulse output setting. (With no output area settings in specified output) Press the Output or indicating it is specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

1

Output

................. (Ex. Output 1 specified) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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5)

Write the ON start angle. Press the or key and move to the ON start angle you want to set.

<Caution!> Continuing to press the keys causes the update speed to automatically increase. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. ON start angle of 50 degrees) OFF

1

5 0

Press the

Write

key and write the ON start angle.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting Setting of the number of pulses will be ON OFF displayed.

1

P. 1 8 0

or

6)

Continue and write the number of pulses. Press the key and select the number of pulses.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. 20 pulses) OFF

1

P.

2 0

Press the Write after writing.

key and write the number of pulses. The device will shift to the status in 4)

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

1

Output 7)

................. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Clear the special function once setting of pulse output settings is complete. Press the Bank key, clear special function 1, and return to setting mode.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

3

Output

................. (Ex. Blank display for bank 3, output 1) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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9-5-2. Changing Pulse Output Settings

1) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode:

Setting

Press the

Execute key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Specify the bank in pulse output settings you want to change. Press the Bank key, and specify a bank.

Bank/FUN

3

3) Press the FUN

Banks 0-7 can be specified with the FC-161F-C-1. Banks 0-9 can be specified with the FC-321F-C-1. (Ex. Bank 3 specified)

Select special function 1. key and specify special function 1 (refer to Section 6-2)

Bank/FUN

1

4)

(Specification of special function 1 displayed)

Specify the output number you want in pulse output settings you want to change. Press the Output or indicating it is specified. Output

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

................. (Ex. Output 1 specified) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

5)

Read out the ON start angle or number of pulses for pulse output settings you want to change. Press the Read or Read key and read out the pulse output settings you want to change.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. Readout of an ON angle of 50 degrees) OFF

1

5 0

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6)

Write the output settings to change. Press the or key and move to the ON start angle to change.

<Caution!> Continuing to press the keys when changing the ON start angle causes the update speed to automatically increase. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. Moving from an ON start angle of 50 OFF degrees to 70 degrees)

1

7 0

Press the

Write

key, write the changed settings, and the next setting will be read out afterwards.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. 70 degrees will be written and 20 pulses OFF will be read out)

1

P.

2 0

7)

Clear the special function once changing of pulse output settings is complete. Press the Bank key, clear special function 1, and return to setting mode.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

3

P.

2 0

Output

................. (Ex. Readout of 20 pulses for bank 3, output 1) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

9-5-3. Clearing Pulse Output Settings

Mode:

Setting

Erasure is performed in the same manner as erasing output area settings (refer to 9-2-4. Clearing Output Area Settings) 1. 2. 3. 4. Erasing read out output area settings Erasing all output area settings in a specified output number Erasing all output area settings in a specified bank Completely erasing output area settings Read out pulse output settings will be erased. Pulse output settings for a specified output number will be erased. All pulse output settings for a specified bank will be erased. All pulse output settings will be erased.

<Caution!> When special function 1 is selected, the following erasure operations are not possible. * Erasing all output area settings in a specified bank * Completely erasing output area settings

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9-6. Protect Settings

Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode:

Setting

Objective: To set settings you want to protect with respect to a specific mode, bank, or output.

Press the

Execute Mode

key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

When setting protect with output unit specification, proceed to Section 9-6-1. When setting protect with bank unit specification, proceed to Section 9-6-2. When setting protect with mode unit specification, proceed to Section 9-6-3. When setting protect with combined specification, proceed to Section 9-6-4.

Adjustment mode Teaching mode Setting mode Output Bank unit Combined unit Bank 4 Bank 9 Output 1 Setting mode

Bank

Mode unit Teaching mode

Output unit

Output 1

Protect setting ON/OFF in individual units will be batch written.

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9-6-1. Protect Settings for Output Unit Specification

1) Select special function 7. Press the FUN key and specify special function 7.

Mode:

Setting

Bank/FUN

0

2)

(Specification of special function 7 displayed)

Specify the output number you want to use for protect settings. Press the Output or indicating it is specified. Output 0 1 2 3

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

Output

.......... . 2 9 .......... . 0 1 2 3 2 9

3 3 0 1 3 3 0 1

(Ex. All output specified)

(Ex. Output 1 specified)

3)

Write the protect settings. Press the or key and select protect settings ON/OFF.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting A.means "all banks." (Ex. Output 1 protect settings OFF)

0 0

A. 0 F F A. 0 0

(Ex. Output 1 protect settings ON)

Output Press the

................. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Write key and write protect settings.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

0

Output 4)

A.

0 0

(Ex. Writing of output 1, protect settings ON)

................. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Clear special function 7 once setting of timing settings is complete. Press the Bank key and return to setting mode.

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9-6-2. Protect Settings for Bank Specification

1) Select special function 8. Press the FUN key and specify special function 8.

Mode:

Setting

Bank/FUN

8

2)

(Specification of special function 8 displayed)

Specify the bank you want to use for protect settings. Press the or key and the output indicator for the bank number will light, indicating it is specified. (The device will shift to a readout status for protect settings of a specified bank). Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

8 8 8 8

Press the

A.

0 0 0 0

A.: Ex. All banks specified Blinking display

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1.

0 0 0 0

1.: Ex. Output 1 specified Blinking display

Execute

key and protect settings will be confirmed.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

8

3) Press the

1.

or

0 0

Ex. Bank 1 specification confirmed

Write the protect settings. key and select protect settings ON/OFF.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

8 8

Press the

1. 0 F F 1.

Write

(Ex. Output 1 protect settings OFF)

0 0

(Ex. Output 1 protect settings ON)

key and write protect settings.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

8

4) Press the

1.

Bank

0 0

(Ex. Writing of bank 1, protect settings ON)

Clear special function 8 once setting of protect settings is complete. key and return to setting mode.

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9-6-3. Protect Settings for Mode Unit Specification

1) Select special function 9. Press the FUN key and specify special function 9.

Mode:

Setting

Bank/FUN

9

2) Press the

(Specification of special function 9 displayed)

Specify the mode you want to use for protect settings. Mode Mode key and the indicator for the specified mode will light, indicating it is specified. Setting Teaching Adjustment (Ex. Setting mode specified) Run Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode

(Ex. Setting/teaching/adjustment mode specified)

3)

Write the protect settings. Press the or key and select protect settings ON/OFF.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting A.means "all banks." (Ex. Setting mode, protect settings OFF)

9 9

A. 0 F F A. 0 0

Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

(Ex. Setting mode, protect settings ON)

Mode

Press the

Write

key and write protect settings.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

9

A.

Mode

0 0

(Ex. Writing of setting mode, protect settings ON)

Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

4)

Clear special function 9 once setting of protect settings is complete. Press the Bank key and return to setting mode.

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9-6-4. Protect Settings for Combined Specification

1) Specify the bank you want to set for protect settings. Press the Bank key, and specify a bank.

Mode:

Setting

Bank/FUN

3

2) Press the FUN

Banks 0-7 can be specified with the FC-161F-C-1. Banks 0-9 can be specified with the FC-321F-C-1. (Ex. Bank 3 specified)

Select special function A. key and specify special function A .

Bank/FUN

A

3) Press the

(Specification of special function A displayed)

Specify the mode you want to set for protect settings. Mode Mode key and the indicator for the specified mode will light, indicating it is specified. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

(Ex. Setting/teaching/adjustment mode specified)

Mode

(Ex. Setting mode specified)

4)

Specify the output number you want to use for protect settings. Press the Output or indicating it is specified. Output 0 1 2 3

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

Output

.......... . 2 9 .......... . 0 1 2 3 2 9

3 3 0 1 3 3 0 1

(Ex. All banks specified)

(Ex. Output 1 specified)

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5)

Write the protect settings. Press the or key and select protect settings ON/OFF.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

A

Output

3. 0 F F

Mode

Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

................. (Ex. Setting mode, bank 3, output 1 protect settings OFF) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

A

Output Press the

3.

0 0

Mode

Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

................. (Ex. Setting mode, bank 3, output 1 protect settings ON) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Write key and write protect settings.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

A

Output

3.

0 0

Mode

Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

................. (Ex. Writing of setting mode, bank 3, output 1 protect 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 settings ON)

6)

Clear special function A once setting of protect settings is complete. Press the Bank key and return to setting mode.

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9-7. Copy Functions

9-7-1. Saving

Mode: Setting Objective: This function saves setting information to a slave cam switch connected to a communications port. Master FC 1) Saving of setting information Slave FC

Connect a Z-20JP2 communications table to a communications port and then connect another cam switch. <Caution!> * Use the same type of connection for the master and slave. When they are not the same type, this will lead to a communications error and corrupt internal data. * Shift to setting mode for the operating mode of the slave as well. Doing so after operations are performed will lead to a communications error.

Operations are performed for the master FC only, but set the master and slave to setting mode for the operating mode. 2) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Press the

Execute key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

3)

Select special function 2. Press the FUN key and specify special function 2 (refer to Section 6-3).

Bank/FUN

2

4) Press the

(Specification of special function 2 displayed)

Specify the bank to save (the source bank). or key and specify the source bank.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

2 2 2 2

A L L

Blinking display of ALL (specification of all of the banks)

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

-

0 0

Blinking display of 1 (specification of bank 1)

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Press the

Execute

key and specification of the source bank will be confirmed.

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When a bank is specified Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

2 2

1 1

-

1

Blinking display of the target bank number Bank 1 specification confirmed

When all banks are specified Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

2

A L L

Displays these items alternately. Specification of all bans confirmed

* When all banks are specified, proceed to 6). 5) Specify the destination bank (the target bank). Press the or key and specify the target bank.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

2 2

Press the Execute

1 1

-

2

Blinking display of 2 (Bank 2 specification)

key and specification of the target bank will be confirmed.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

2

1

-

2

Bank 2 specification confirmed Displays these items alternately.

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6)

Perform saving. Press the Execute key and saving will be performed.

When a bank is specified Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

2 2

1

-

2

Saving complete displayed

E n d

When all banks are specified Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

2 2

7) Press the Bank

A L

l

Saving complete displayed

E n d

Clear special function 2 once saving is complete. key and return to setting mode.

When checking the contents saved, perform "Checking 1 (Section 9-7-3)".

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9-7-2. Replaying

Mode:

Setting

Objective: This function replays setting information from a slave cam switch connected to a communications port. Master FC 1) Replay of setting information Slave FC

Connect a Z-20JP2 communications table to a communications port and then connect another cam switch. <Caution!> * Use the same type of connection for the master and slave. When they are not the same type, this will lead to a communications error and corrupt internal data. * Shift to setting mode for the operating mode of the slave as well. Doing so after operations are performed will lead to a communications error.

Operations are performed for the master FC only, but set the master and slave to setting mode for the operating mode. 2) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Press the

Execute key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

3)

Select special function 3. Press the FUN key and specify special function 3 (refer to Section 6-3).

Bank/FUN

3

4) Press the

(Specification of special function 3 displayed)

Specify the bank to replay (the source bank). or key and specify the source bank.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

3 3 3 3

Press the Execute

A L L

Blinking display of ALL (specification of all of the banks)

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

-

0 0

Blinking display of 1 (specification of bank 1)

key and specification of the source bank will be confirmed. 82

When a bank is specified Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

3 3

1 1

-

1

Blinking display of the source bank number Bank 1 specification confirmed

When all banks are specified Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

3

A L L

Displays these items alternately. Specification of all bans confirmed

* When all banks are specified, proceed to 6). 5) Specify the destination bank (the target bank). Press the or key and specify the target bank.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

3 3

Press the Execute

1 1

-

2

Blinking display of 2 (Bank 2 specification)

key and specification of the target bank will be confirmed.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

3

1

-

2

Bank 2 specification confirmed Displays these items alternately.

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6)

Perform replay. Press the Execute key and replay will be performed.

When a bank is specified Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

3 3

1

-

2

Replay complete displayed

E n d

When all banks are specified Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

3 3

7) Press the Bank

A L L

E n d

Replay complete displayed

Clear special function 3 once replay is complete. key and return to setting mode.

When checking the contents replayed, perform "Checking 1 (Section 9-7-3)".

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9-7-3. Checking 1

Mode:

Setting

Objective: This function checks setting information with a slave cam switch connected to a communications port. FC 1) Checking of setting information Another FC

Connect a Z-20JP2 communications table to a communications port and then connect another cam switch. <Caution!> * Use the same type of connection for the master and slave. When they are not the same type, this will lead to a communications error and corrupt internal data. * Shift to setting mode for the operating mode of the slave as well. Doing so after operations are performed will lead to a communications error.

Operations are performed for the master FC only, but set the master and slave to setting mode for the operating mode. 2) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Press the

Execute key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

3)

Select special function 5. Press the FUN key and specify special function 5 (refer to Section 6-3).

Bank/FUN

5

4) Press the

(Specification of special function 5 displayed)

Specify the bank to refer to (the source bank). or key and specify the source bank.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

5 5 5 5

Press the Execute

A L L

Blinking display of ALL (specification of all of the banks)

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

1

-

0 0

Blinking display of 1 (specification of bank 1)

key and specification of the source bank will be confirmed. 85

When a bank is specified Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

5 5

1 1

-

1

Blinking display of the source bank number Bank 1 specification confirmed

When all banks are specified Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

5

A L L

Displays these items alternately. Specification of all bans confirmed

* When all banks are specified, proceed to 6). 5) Specify the destination bank (the target bank). Press the or key and specify the target bank.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

5 5

Press the Execute

1 1

-

2

Blinking display of 2 (Bank 2 specification)

key and specification of the target bank will be confirmed.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

5

1

-

2

Bank 2 specification confirmed Displays these items alternately.

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6)

Perform check 1. Press the Execute key and check 1 will be performed.

When a bank is specified Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

5 5

1

-

2

Check 1 complete displayed

E n d

When all banks are specified Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

5 5

7) Press the Bank

A L L

E n d

Check 1 complete displayed

Clear special function 5 once check 1 is complete. key and return to setting mode.

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9-7-4. Transferring

Objective: This function transfers setting information between internal banks. 1) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode:

Setting

Press the

Execute Mode

key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Select special function 4. Press the FUN key and specify special function 4 (refer to Section 6-3).

Bank/FUN

4

3) Press the

(Specification of special function 4 displayed)

Specify the bank to transfer from (the source bank). or key and specify the source bank.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

4 4

Press the Execute

1

-

0 0

Blinking display of 1 (specification of bank 1)

key and specification of the source bank will be confirmed.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

4 4

1 1

-

2

Blinking display of the source bank number Bank 1 specification confirmed

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4)

Specify the destination bank (the target bank). Press the or key and specify the target bank.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

4 4

Press the Execute

1 1

-

2

Blinking display of 2 (Bank 2 specification)

key and specification of the target bank will be confirmed.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

4

1

-

2

Bank 2 specification confirmed Displays these items alternately.

5)

Perform transfer. Press the Execute key and transfer will be performed.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

4 4

7) Press the Bank

1

-

2

Transfer complete displayed

E n d

Clear special function 4 once transfer is complete. key and return to setting mode.

When checking the contents transferred, perform "Checking 2 (Section 9-7-5)".

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9-7-5. Checking 2

Objective: This function checks setting information between internal banks. 1) Shift to setting mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the setting indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode:

Setting

Press the

Execute Mode

key and the setting indicator will light, indicating the device is in setting mode. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2)

Select special function 6. Press the FUN key and specify special function 6 (refer to Section 6-3).

Bank/FUN

6

3) Press the

(Specification of special function 6 displayed)

Specify the bank to refer to (the source bank). or key and specify the source bank.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

6

1

-

0 0

Blinking display of 1 (specification of bank 1)

Press the

Execute

key and specification of the source bank will be confirmed.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

6 6

1 1

-

2

Blinking display of the source bank number Bank 1 specification confirmed

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4)

Specify the destination bank (the target bank). Press the or key and specify the target bank.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

6 6

Press the Execute

1 1

-

2

Blinking display of 2 (Bank 2 specification)

key and specification of the target bank will be confirmed.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

6

1

-

2

Bank 2 specification confirmed Displays these items alternately.

5)

Perform check 2. Press the Execute key and check 2 will be performed.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

6 6

6) Press the Bank

1

-

2

Check 2 complete displayed

E n d

Clear special function 6 once check 2 is complete. key and return to setting mode.

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9-8. Adjustment

9-8-1. Adjustment of Output Area Settings

Mode: Adjustment This function performs fine adjustment of output area settings while the device is in a test run. Adjustment of pulse output settings is not possible. 1) Shift to adjustment mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the adjustment indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Press the Execute key and the adjustment indicator will light, indicating the device is in adjustment mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run 2) Turn start input ON (Adjustment of output is possible). <Caution!> * Adjustment of output for protect settings ON is not possible when protect input is ON. * Protect settings during shipment will all be ON. 3) Specify the output number in output area settings you want to adjust. Press the Output or indicating it is specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting * Displays the minimum ON angle when there ON are output settings. When there are no output OFF settings, a blank display will be shown.

Output 4)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

(Ex. Output 1 specified)

Read out the output area setting you want to adjust. Press the Read or Read key to read out the output area setting you want to adjust.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. Readout of an ON angle of 50 degrees) OFF

5 0

5)

Perform adjustment operations. Press the or key to move to the angle to adjust in units for a resolution of 1.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. Adjustment from an ON angle of 50 OFF degrees to 51 degrees)

5 1

6)

Return to the operations display. Press the Display output area setting. or Erase key to switch to the operations display after readout of the

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9-8-2. Adjustment of Timing Settings

This function performs fine adjustment of timing settings while the device is in a test run. 1) Shift to adjustment mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the adjustment indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode: Adjustment

Press the Execute key and the adjustment indicator will light, indicating the device is in adjustment mode. Mode Setting Teaching Adjustment Run 2) Turn protect input OFF. Adjustment of output for protect settings ON is not possible when protect input is ON. 3) Select special function 0. Press the FUN key and specify special function 0 (refer to Section 6-1)

Bank/FUN

0

4)

(Specification of special function 0 displayed)

Specify the output number in timing settings you want to adjust. Press the Output or indicating it is specified.

Output

key and the output indicator for the output number will light,

The speed of revolution for timing will be read out. Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON OFF

0

0

Output

................. (Ex. Output 1 specified) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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5)

Read out the timing setting you want to adjust. Press the Read or Read key and read out the timing setting you want to adjust.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting (Ex. Reed out of speed of revolution for timing ON OFF of 150 rpm)

0 0

1 5 0

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. Readout of a timing angle of 30 degrees) OFF

3 0

6)

Perform adjustment operations. Press the or key to change to the angle/speed of revolution you want to set.

Bank/FUN Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting ON (Ex. Timing angle of 50 degrees) OFF

0

5 0

7)

Clear the special function once adjustment of timing settings is complete. Press the Bank key, clear special function 0, and return to setting mode.

<Caution!> * Output will be without timing immediately after adjustment of settings for the speed of revolution for timing or timing angle to 0.

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9-9. Running

This function switches to run mode after completion of a test run and runs the device. 1) Shift to run mode. Press the Mode Mode key and the run indicator will blink. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

Mode:

Run

Press the

Execute Mode

key and the run indicator will light, indicating the device is in run mode. Setting Teaching Adjustment Run

2) 3) 4) 5)

Turn protect input ON when you want to prohibit changes to other modes from run mode (to prevent operational errors). Specify the bank number via bank input. Turn start input ON and run the device. Select the display mode. Press the Display key to alternate between the speed of revolution display and angle display.

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

Display

* Angle display key

Angle/Speed of Revolution/Setting

* Speed of revolution display

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10.Operations List

Function Switching operating modes Operating procedure Select the mode with the Mode key. order from the current mode to SettingTeachingAdjustmentRun Selection will be in Operations mode Setting Teach* Adjustme Run

Specifying a bank number Specifying an output number Reading out output area settings

Fix the selected mode with the Execute key and switch modes Press the Bank key and specify the bank number.

×

×

Press the Output or Output key and specify the output. The lit position of the output display will change each time th k i d Specify a bank number and output number and press the Read or Read key. * For output area settings, the device alternately reads out ON and OFF for the angle. * For pulse output settings, the device alternately reads out the ON start angle and the number of pulses. Erase the read out output settings by operation of the Erase Execute keys. Specify a bank number and output number Erase them by operation of the Execute or Erase

Output

Clearing read out output area settings Clearing all output area settings in a specified output number Clearing all output area settings in a specified bank Clearing all output area settings Writing output area settings Writing output area settings (Teaching) Setting home position correction

×

×

Erase Output keys. Bank Execute

×

×

Execute

Specify a bank number Erase it by operation of the keys.

Erase

×

×

Erase them by operation of the Erase Write Execute keys. However, settings for home point correction will not be erased Specify a bank number. Display the angle you want to set with the + or key and write it with the Write key. (Set the ON angle and OFF angle in order) Specify a bank number and output number. Rotate the encoder, stop it in the position you want to set, and write with the Write key. (Set the ON angle and OFF angle in order) Specify a bank number, rotate the encoder to the mechanical home position, and stop it there. Select an angle for the home position with the Home key. An angle written with the Write key will be 0 degree. Specify a bank number. Home position correction will be erased by operation of the Erase Home Execute keys. The encoder output angle will be displayed. Readout the ON angle or OFF angle settings you want to change. Press the + or key and the setting you want to change will be displayed. At this point, press the Write key and the changed value will be written

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

Clearing home position correction Changing output area settings

×

×

×

×

×

×

*Teach: Teaching

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Function Fine adjustment of output area settings while the device is running Switching special functions FC-81F-C-1

Operating procedure Readout the ON angle or OFF angle settings you want to change. The angle increases with the + key. The angle decreases with the key. Press the Display key and Output key within 1 sec to switch to special function 7. Press the Display key and Mode key within 1 sec to switch to special function 9. *Performing the above operation while using a special function will release the special function. Special functions are selected and switched with the key. 0123456789A (*) (Displayed as the FUN number). FUN

Operations mode Setting Teach* Adjustme Run × × ×

×

×

×

FC-321F-C-1 FC-161F-C-1

Special functions are released with the Bank key. (*) In modes other than setting mode, only FUN number 0 can be selected. Special function 0 Reading out timing settings Writing timing settings Reads out, writes, and erases timing settings. Press the Read or Read key to alternately read out timing angle settings or speed of revolution settings for timing. Read out the timing angle or speed of revolution for timing for the output number you want to set. Next display each with setting (timing angle or speed of revolution for timing) with the + or key, and press the Write key to write settings. Specify an output number and clear these by operation of the Erase Execute keys; the timing angle and speed of revolution for timing will return to 0. *Erasing all output area in a specified output / erasing all output area in a specified bank / completely erasing output setting will erase timing settings. Read out the timing angle or speed of revolution for timing for the output number you want to adjust. Next adjust each with setting (timing angle or speed of revolution for timing) with the + or key. Write pulse output settings. Specify an output number. Display the ON start angle you want to set with the + or key, and press the Write key to write settings. Next display the number of pulse with the + or key, and press the Write key to write settings. Save setting information via a communications port between FCs. Timing 1. Select the bank number ((1)(2)) with angle/Speed of the revolution display + / keys and fix it with (1)-(2) the Execute key. (1) Source bank 2. After bank number specification, (2) Target bank perform saving with the Execute All for all bank key. specification

×

×

×

Clearing timing settings

×

×

×

Adjusting timing settings

×

×

×

Special function 1 Writing pulse output settings

×

×

×

Special function 2 Save (Save)

×

×

×

*Teach: Teaching

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Function Special function 3 Replay (Load)

Operating procedure Load setting information via a communications port between FCs. Timing 1. Select the bank number ((1)(2)) with angle/Speed of the revolution display + / keys and fix it with (1)-(2) the Execute key. (1) Source bank 2. After bank number specification, (2) Target bank perform replay (loading) with the All for all bank Execute key. specification Transfer setting information between banks in an FC. 1. Select the bank number ((1)(2)) with the + / keys and fix it with the Execute key. 2. After bank number specification, perform transfer with the Execute key. Check setting information via a communications port between FCs. Timing 1. Select the bank number ((1)(2)) with angle/Speed of the revolution display + / keys and fix it with (1)-(2) the Execute key. (1) Source bank 2. After bank number specification, (2) Target bank perform checking with the All for all bank Execute key. specification Timing angle/Speed of revolution display (1)-(2) (1) Source bank (2) Target bank Check setting information between banks in an FC. Timing angle/Speed of revolution display (1)-(2) (1) Source bank (2) Target bank 1. Select the bank number ((1)(2)) with the + / keys and fix it with the Execute key. 2. After bank number specification, perform transfer with the Execute key. or Output / keys.

Operations mode Setting Teach* Adjustme Run

×

×

×

Special function 4 Transfer

×

×

×

Special function 5 Check 1 (Compare 1)

×

×

×

Special function 6 Check 2 (Compare 2)

×

×

×

Special function 7 Protect settings for output unit specification Special function 8 Protect settings for bank unit specification Special function 9 Protect settings for mode unit specification Special function A Protect settings for combined specification

1. Select an output number with the Output key. 2. Select protect ON/OFF with the + 3. Write with the Write key. 1. Select a bank with the + / with the Execute key. 2. Select protect ON/OFF with the 3. Write with the Write key. 1. Select a specified mode with the 2. Select protect ON/OFF with the 3. Write with the Write key. +

×

×

×

keys and fix it / keys. × × ×

Mode + /

key.

keys.

×

×

×

1. Select an output number with the or Output Output key. Select a specified mode with the Mode key. 2. Select protect ON/OFF with the + / keys. 3. Write with the Write key.

×

×

×

*Teach: Teaching

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11. Error Display List

Error display E18 Details / description Encoder connection error *The encoder resolution and cam switch resolution specification do not match Encoder code error *Detection of a non-existent encoder *The encoder is not connected Encoder code error *Encoder code is not continuous Memory variation error *Setting information has been changed *Eliminate the effects of external noise/external noise *Completely clear settings and set all setting information again *Try to copy (save/replay/transfer) again and perform a check Cause / Corrective action *Check/change the encoder resolution *Check/reset initial settings *Check the encoder connector and cable connection *Eliminate the effects of external noise/external noise *Check the encoder speed of revolution *Encoder malfunction/replacement

E19

E20 E21

E26

Checking error *Differences in checked setting information Speed of revolution response error *The cam switch cannot respond to the encoder's speed of revolution (*FC-161F/321F-C-1 only) Setting error *Operation with respect to setting information while they are protected *Output settings are duplicated

E30

*Check the encoder's speed of revolution *Eliminate the effects of external noise/external noise

Setting LED blinking

*Turn protect input OFF

*Perform setting again so that output settings are not duplicated *Check bank input

Bank display blinking

Bank error *Specification of a non-existent bank in bank input

99

12.Troubleshooting

12-1. Irregularities in Running/Adjustment Mode

Symptom 1) Display panel not lit Presumed cause DC power not supplied CPU irregularities due to noise Unit malfunction 2) Normal LED not lit CPU irregularities due to noise Unit malfunction 3) Error E** 4) No output Start input not ON Irregularity in external connection load Unit malfunction 5) Output differs from settings Bank specification inappropriate Mistake in output settings Mistake in external wiring for output External home position input ON 6) Start input not ON Start input not ON/OFF Unit malfunction 7) Bank specification incorrect Bank input not ON/OFF Unit malfunction 8) External home position input disabled/irregular Input with a contact signal External home position input not ON Unit malfunction 9) Not protected Protect input not ON Unit malfunction Corrective action Power source voltage checks / correction Measures to handle noise Main unit replacement Measures to handle noise Main unit replacement Refer to 11. Error Display List Turn start input ON Checks/correction Main unit replacement Checks/correction of bank input Checks/correction Checks/correction Checks/correction of external home position input Checks/correction Main unit replacement Checks/correction Main unit replacement Input with non-contact output Checks/correction Main unit replacement Checks/correction Main unit replacement

100

12-2. Irregularities in Setting/Teaching Mode

Symptom 1) Display panel not lit Presumed cause DC power not supplied CPU irregularities due to noise Unit malfunction 2) Normal LED not lit CPU irregularities due to noise Unit malfunction 3) Error E** 4) Setting/changes/clearin g not possible Protect input ON Unit malfunction 5) Home position input disabled/irregular (teaching mode) Input with a contact signal Home position input is not ON Unit malfunction 6) Not protected Protect input not ON Unit malfunction Corrective action Power source voltage checks/ correction Measures to handle noise Main unit replacement Measures to handle noise Main unit replacement Refer to 11. Error Display List Turn protect input OFF Main unit replacement Input with non-contact output Checks/correction Main unit replacement Checks/correction Main unit replacement

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< Setting Table >

Device name: FC-81F/161F/321F-C-1

Dipswitch number 1 2 3

Date.

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.

.

Initial

Details Direction of encoder rotation Encoder resolution Output (7/15/31) OFF CW 360 Cam output ON CCW 720 RUN output

Output

Timing settings ON/OFF settings chart ON OFF ON setting Start angle Timing angle Output Signal name number OFF No. of Speed of rev. for timing 0 90 setting pulses Bank number: Output settings Pulse settings

180

270

359

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Programmable Cam

FC-81F-C-1/FC-161F-C-1 FC-321F-C-1

Operations Manual

Published by:

[ Version 1 ]

Edited by: Published: Distribution price * Please be advised that part of the contents of this manual such as specifications may be changed without notice due to improvements in product performance.

Koyo Electronics Industries Co., Ltd Tokyo, City of Kodaira, Tenjin-cho 1-171 187-0004 Tel.: (042)341-3115 Koyo Electronics Industries Co., Ltd. Nov 2002

Unauthorized copying prohibited

171-1-CHOME, TENJIN-CHO, KODAIRA, TOKYO 187-0004 JAPAN PHONE : 81-42-341-7711/FAX:81-42-342-6871 e-mail : [email protected]

NOV.2002 No. ES-M0271

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