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Our experienced, skilled and passionate people empower you to meet your challenges through best-in-class, user-friendly solutions. We are a technology company. We help you optimize processes through our software, hardware and services, and through our support. Connecting people and technologies gives you the means to accomplish your goals and ambitions, and gain a competitive edge in today’s digitalized world. By using our website and services, you expressly agree to the placement of our performance, functionality and advertising cookies. Please see our Privacy Policy for more information. Update your browser for more security, comfort and the best experience for this site. Try Findchips PRO The manual can be read directly from the CD, information in this manual without prior notice. All examples in this manual are used solely to promote, 5.4 When to use CIMREX Tools Connect for Passthrough mode?. 18 6 FTP Client Further on in the manual we refer to the programming tool. The manual can be read directly from the, group CIMREX Tools).Beijer Electronics AB, MA00645A, 2003-04 Please read the entire installation manual prior to installing and using this equipment. Only, OmslagA5.fm Page 1 Thursday, April 3, 2003 12:43 PM C-Key16 Manual MA00645A 2003-04 English, Deutsch Foreword Manual for C-Key16 Foreword This manual describes installation and functions of Information Designer, on the right occasion to operators and other systems. This manual is based on an example project that the user completes step by step. Information Designer also includes a Reference Manual ( MA00749, resposibility for any errors that may appear in this document. All examples in this manual are only intended to, Introduction. 4 1.1 Manual Further on in the manual we refer to the configuration tool. Please see the Information Designer User's Guide ( MA00750) for function-based descriptions.

The manual assumes that the most recent versions of, operator terminals in the CIMREX-series is described in the manual MA00568C. For specific controller Susumu Part Number Digi-Key Part Number For Replacement RG2012P-101-B-T5 RG2012P-102-B-T5 RG2012P-103-B-T5 RG2012P-104-B-T5 RG2012P Susumu Part Number Digi-Key Part Number For Replacement RG1608P-101-B-T5 RG1608P-102-B-T5 RG1608P-103-B-T5 RG1608P-104-B-T5 RG1608P The power level of the PAL block where the macrocell resides Susumu Part Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Description RR0816PD-KIT Digi-Key Part Number For Replacement RR0816P-1021-D-02H RR0816P-1022-D-02C RR0816P-1023-D-02D RR0816P-1071-D-04H RR0816P-1072-D-04C RR0816P. Built-in functions such as displaying and controlling text, dynamic indication, time channels, alarm and recipe handling are included. The terminals work, for the most part, in an object-oriented way, making them easy to understand and use. The programming of the terminals is made in a personal computer using the programming tool CIMREX PROG. The project is then transferred and stored in the terminal. Some terminal settings can also be made directly in the terminal. Only qualified personnel may install, operate or repair this equipment. Beijer Electronics AB is not responsible for modified, altered or renovated equipment. Because the equipment has a wide range of applications, users must acquire the appropriate knowledge to use the equipment properly in their specific applications. Only parts and accessories manufactured according to specifications set by Beijer Electronics AB may be used.This page, or a copy of it, can be sent to us at the addresses below.Thank you, for helping us keep this platform clean. The editors will have a look at it as soon as possible. To best view the site, please maximize your browser window.

MP940 Machine Controller United States Please enter at least 3 characters. The MP940 Machine Controller series was a single-axis controller and a member of Yaskawa's MotionSuite family of electronic machine controllers. The modular packaging of the MP940 provides integral mounting with Sigma II drives from 30 watt to 55kW, with voltages of 115, 240 and 480 volts. Hardware Manual Reference Manual Support Available Services eLearning Curriculum FAQs Documents Manuals Support Available Services eLearning Curriculum FAQs Documents Manuals Support Available Services eLearning Curriculum FAQs Documents Manuals FAQs Sort by: Posted Date Question Expand All Collapse All Login to view all content that is available based on your partner settings. Didn't find what you were looking for. Is there a simplified version of the template program without all of the bells and whistles.Keep the following specifications in mind when sizing the power supply: Continuous power consumption: MP-940 control power 0.4A SGDH (400V) control power 1.0A (3.0A surge for 50msec) (DC motor brakes should be powered by a separate supply to reduce noise) 4) If the MP-940 and SGDH are powered up together and successfuly synchronize but the SGDH subsequently loses control power and has it reapplied while the MP-940 24VDC remains constant, bb will blink. 5) If the MP-940 has been without power for over 24 hours without a backup battery attached, or the program is stored in flash. Note: Firmware Version in SGDH: 14, MP-940: A05 A fuse Source: Using this method, it is important to remember to change the revision data manually every time a significant change to the project is made. There is no automatic update. To retain each revision, be sure to save any changes as a new project.How can the axis be jogged off the limit switch?The method of stopping depends on Pn001 setting. This also causes an A.9F alarm in MP940, which prevents the motor from moving.

After the reset, the servo can be enabled and moved in the reverse direction of the limit.However, the SGDH amplifier cannot physically reproduce the encoder output pulses at this rate. Therefore, when using a 17-bit encoder with an SGDH amplifier with a wired motion controller (such as the SMC-2000 or a non-Yaskawa controller), the amplifier can output a maximum of 65,536 pulses per revolution to the controller. This value is set with parameter Pn201 as a pre-quadrature value. Instead, an encoder value is set in a Dual Port RAM register which is read by the MP940. Therefore, there is no reason to reduce the number of pulses that can be used by the MP940 controller. When an MP940 controller is used with an SGDH amplifier, the full 131,072 pulses per revolution can be used.What are the steps to properly tune such a system?The attached.JPG file is a screen shot of a profile of a Direct Drive servomotor controlled with an MP940. A quick 20mS move was set for acceleration and deceleration. The SGDH speed loop gains and MP940 position loop gain are too low for the Direct Drive Servomotor system. Once the MP940 memory is cleared, and both the Servopack and controller are re-powered, the MP940 turns off 'adaptive auto tuning'. Calculate the inertia of the load and enter the Load to Motor ratio in units of 0.01% into Servopack Parameter Pn103. The factory defaults on the other two gains (Pn100 and Pn101) are a fine starting point for a Direct Drive Servomotor and load. Since the load is direct drive, speed loop gain tuning should be started from a rigidity setting of 8. If there is too much vibration during an initial move, then it should be decreased, and a test move made again. Please refer to section 6.3.2 in the Sigma 2 manual for adjusting the gain levels for specific rigidity. Position Loop Gains: The Position Loop gain and the Position Loop Feed Forward are of equal importance. Both are located in the MP940 controller.

Values for Position Loop Gain can vary, but a good starting point for a Direct Drive Servomotor is 50. Increase the gain for improved deceleration performance. Once the Position Loop Gain is set, raise the Position Loop Feed Forward. Starting at zero, increase the value until oscillation, and then reduce slightly. If the system performs well without Feed Forward, then leave the feed forward at zero Using Adaptive Auto Tuning to calculate inertia: In order to use Adaptive Auto Tuning and have the Servopack calculate the inertia, the feature must be re-enabled. See section 6 of the Servopack manual for details. Step 2: The Servopack will calculate the inertia durning the first few moves. Step 3: Use function (Fn-007) to copy the inertia ratio to the EE-prom. Step 5: (Optional) Perform manual tuning by commanding open loop speed to the Servopack. It may be necessary to raise the Feed Forward gain OWC011 until it overshoots then back it off a bit. Regardless of the method used. Be sure to record and save the parameter setting in both the software and machine documentation.The axis machine cycle is set by the Fixed Parameter 23, Infinite Length Axis Reset Position (POSMAX). As the axis rotates, the actual position register, ILxx08, is reset back to zero every time the POSMAX value is exceeded. It is important to note that the position reference register, OLxx12, is not affected by the rotary axis selection. After the position is reached the actual position register, ILxx08, will read 4096cts. Related Registers: 1. POSMAX Monitor, ILC01C register, contains the axis infinite length value. 2. The Number of POSMAX turns is shown in ILC01E register and can be reset to the number of turns assigned by register OLC030 when setting bit 1 in OWC02D, Position Control Flags Register.After they are both powered up, control power should remain ON for both products until the entire machine control system is to be powered down. If either product loses control power, an A.

E2 (watchdog timer) alarm will occur indicating loss of communication between the servopack and the option card. It will be necessary to cycle control power on both units to reset this alarm.Here are some recommendations: Termination: - MP940 Master: A network Terminator (120 ohm) must be inserted at both ends. Connector Notes: - USB Type Mating Connector made by DDK - DUSB-APA41-B1-C50. If constructing custome cables, it is important to use the crimp tool specified by DDK. - MR Type Mating Connector made by HONDA - MR-8L (connector kit from Yaskawa includes shell and 8-pin mating: DE9411357). However, if the cable is shorter than 1ft or longer than 50 Meters, signal reflection can cause communication errors. Yaskawa supplies an inexpensive, twisted pair shielded cable that has been both product and time-tested. If proper industrial grounding techniques are practiced, no problems with Mechatrolink will arise. - Servopack: A detailed installation recommendation is available in the Sigma II Product User's Manual YEA-SIA-S800-32.2B section 5.8 (Wiring). Here each servopack ground is brought back to a single point (star ground configuration), AC line filtering is placed at the AC input, encoder cable is properly shielded and terminated, servomotor is grounded at the machine and servomotor power cable is shielded and properly terminated. - Controller: Star grounding should be practiced for controller FG points. In the case of the MP940, its important to tie the MP940 FG to the SGDH FG screw terminal with a short wire to shunt any noise from the Dual Ported Ram. - Network: The attached drawings below show shielding requirements for use with all Mechatrolink Products. If constructing custom cables, it is important to insure that the shield is properly terminated. In the case of USB type connectors from DDK the shield termination is provided on the aluminum shield piece of the connectors internal body.

Proper termination can be insured if copper tape is wrapped over the cable shield (see attached.PDF file). This insures a low impedence path for high frequency noise components that travel on the skin of a wire. Possible Errors or Indication: In general, it is necessary that the hardware address settings match up with the software module setup.However, there are a total of 32768 16-bit words available in the 'C' registers and 'M' registers of the MP900 series controllers. Cam data are typically stored as long integer numbers (which are 32-bit words). Therefore it takes 2 words for each master or slave position. It takes 4 words to make a single master-slave pair (a single point on the cam table). Dividing 32768 by 4 yields 8191 position pairs that can be stored in a single cam table. (Because 2 words are used as the table header that defines the number of cam points in the table.) If an application requires multiple cam tables that would exceed the memory available, the cam table can be calculated from within the application program or downloaded from an HMI or PC.These registers can be represented in bit, 16-bit word, long word, and floating point, and are working registers available for use specifically within function blocks. Since they are global, several function blocks have access and can modify the stored value. A registers are Local External Function Block registers (External refers to registers used inside the function block, but register space that is reserved outside of the function block). When a function block is defined, a block of memory is reserved by defining the starting address and the data size. This block of memory can be defined as General Global register space (M registers) or Local Drawing register space (D registers). Example: If a function block is defined at address DA00010, and to utilize 10 registers, then registers DW00010 thru DW00019 should be reserved by the programmer for the use of that specific function block.

In this case, AW00000 would be mapped directly to DW00010 each scan. When the function block is being used in a drawing, to monitor an internal working register such as AW00000 in this example one would monitor DW00010. - If D registers are used, then A registers are limited to the D register limit for local drawings - quantity of 16383 per drawing. D registers consume programming memory and expand according to need (limited to programming memory available and number of drawings). - If M registers are used, then A registers are limited to the M register limit globally for the controller - quantity of 32767. M registers have a fixed memory space. For more information refer to the Ladder Users ManualAll of the function code calls are the same. The difference between the two protocols lies in the way the data is organized in the registers. 16-bit words are handled the same in both protocols, but addressing individual bits in a 16-bit word is accomplished differently. 32-bit long integer and floating point numbers are also handled differently by the two protocols. The attached document provides a more in-depth comparison between the two protocols. If a complete specification is needed, it can be obtained by calling Yaskawa at (800) YASKAWA option 42 (Publication: SIE-C815-13.60E).The YS-15 cable supports all revisions of the MP940 product. The YS-13 cable is an older style cable which was used on MP940 versions A03 and lower (it is not possible to communicate to an MP940 versions A05 or greater using a YS-13 cable). Firmware versions A05 and above now support both two and four wire. Hence, CTS and RTS are lines now supported in the MP940. A diagram showing the differences between the YS15 and YS13 cables is shown below.See the attached.PDF file for diagrams and further information.It should also be noted that an A.9F warning does not necessarily prevent the MP940 program from executing. Key words: A9F, A.

9F, alarm, errorFAQ content and illustrations are provided as technical advice to augment the information in manual, not supersede it. It is not possible to give detailed instructions for all types of installation or support activities. The information described in the FAQs are subject to change without notice to improve the product or FAQ. Yaskawa assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions or damages resulting from the use of the information contained in any FAQ. All warnings, cautions and product instruction for product use must be followed. Installation, operation and maintenance should be carried out by qualified personnel. Failure to observe these and other precautions highlighted in the product manuals will expose the user to high voltages resulting in, serious injury or death. Qualified personnel are defined as individuals who are familiar with the installation, starting, operation and maintenance of Yaskawa products of the type described and have proper qualifications to perform the work. Ethernet. The correct driver must be installed in the operator panel.The correct driver must be installed in the operator panel.J1939. The correct driver must be installed in the operator panel.DP. The correct driver must be installed in the operator panel.Should the installation space limit the possibility to plug in the adapter MPI: See drawing 5409K Outline CAB11: See drawing 3359KSpecification. EXTER T70-bl, EXTER T100-bl, EXTER T150-bl.Panels PIEN128O Limitations and Important Information for the EXTER. Operator Panels Operator Panels Regarding acetone, we recommend that you The format you save the recipe in is an array of Ich habe ein LXT und den Beijer. Information-Designer. Ich kann ein Projekt erstellen, aber es nicht auf das. Panel ubertragenGerate geladen werden?

When delivered from the factory the battery should be almost fully charged Worst case: If it takes more than 40 weeks between delivering terminal from The intention is that the battery not will have to be replaced during the E-series, due to hardware limitations. E-series, it is recommended to use Modbus and DDX instead. CF cards that These cards will not give timing problems when used Parity, 8 databits, 1 stopbit and protocol 5 (the protocol that the QC24 driver Make sure that you Batch 10 (stands for 2010) 12 (stands for December). Newer E1000 terminals with 6-digit numbers (type Batch 123456-xxx) have rechargeable battery. USB-minne. Detta kan goras pa olika Man kan aven anvanda I exemplet nedan ar M10 vald, vilket Kommandot ABUPM10 gor att M10 Nar en nysakerhetskopia Nar en sjatte kopia lagras USB-minnet. Namnet pa sakerhetskopian over larm Namnet innehaller Det gar att spara Panel T150 K60c EXTER K60m EXTER K70 EXTER K100 EXTER T40 EXTER. T40m EXTER T60 EXTER T60c EXTER T60m EXTER T70 EXTER Panels. Our experienced, skilled and passionate people empower you to meet your challenges through best-in-class, user-friendly solutions. The correct driver must be installed in the operator panel.J1939. The correct driver must be installed in the operator panel.DP. The correct driver must be installed in the operator panel.Should the installation space limit the possibility to plug in the adapter MPI: See drawing 5409K Outline CAB11: See drawing 3359KPanels PIEN128O Limitations and Important Information for the EXTER. Operator Panels Operator Panels Regarding acetone, we recommend that you E-series, due to hardware limitations. E-series, it is recommended to use Modbus and DDX instead. A delay in OKAY Beijer USB 128 Mb OKAY Beijer USB 256 Mb does not function MLC (multi level cell). SLC has faster access time than MLC; 50-60 ms compared Instructions from the Start the program SMI Mass Production Tool EXTER panels.

Several USB memories has been tested by our CF cards that These cards will not give timing problems when used Panels. Our experienced, skilled and passionate people empower you to meet your challenges through best-in-class, user-friendly solutions. FIlename: iXCustomSplash.bmp After the download of the project, this picture will be used as splash screen. Tests shows that some more is actually possible (so it's not an exact physical limit), but the system will not be trustworthy and can halt at any time. The file system exFAT is not supported when upgrading the EBOOT. The EBOOT version can be verified in the diagnostics which can be opened from the service menu. This dialogue must be acknowledged to make it disapear. After a reboot the warning will occure again if the low battery condition remains. The voltage is tough the same (3V), and apart from the temp. spec. theese cells are compatible. In 2015, this partnership ended. Beijer-branded E1000 HMIs are now orderable directly through Beijer or one of its authorizated distributors. As your Mitsubishi terminals need to be replaced, Beijer provides a smooth transition by offering three paths: Direct Replacement Path ( E1000 panels ) - A direct hardware and software replacement for most E1000 panels. The Beijer-branded E1000 panels are identical to the Mitsubishi-branded E1000 panels, only the rear labeling is different. Direct Replacement Path ( EXTER panels ) - A direct mechanical drop-in hardware replacement is available for most E1000 products. The replacement products use your existing E-Designer applications after a simple project conversion to Information Designer software, a service offered by Beijer Technical Support Upgrade Replacement Path ( X2 panels ) - Enhance your future HMI offering with modern X2 hardware and state-of-the-art iX Developer software including graphics, scripting, alarms, recipes, remote access and multiple communication drivers.

The CIMREX models were the Beijer-branded versions of the early E-series models. All were discontinued a number of years ago. 2 The E1000 models are upgrades from the older, discontinued E-series models. Historically, the Beijer-built E1000 models were branded for Mitsubishi, but now carry a Beijer brand. The E1000 are now only available from Beijer or an authorized distributor; they are no longer available from Mitsubishi. E1000 programming is based on E-Designer software which can now only be obtained from Beijer. 3 The Beijer-built and branded EXTER models are virtually identical to the E1000 models. EXTER programming is based on Information Designer software. Beijer Technical Support can convert an E-Designer program to an Information Designer program, if required. 4 X2 models are not 100% replacement models for the E1000 or EXTER models. They have different form-factors; there are no X2 Keypad models; all X2 models have color displays. X2 pro models have more memory and faster processors than the X2 base units.See the EOL Notifications for details. Used when RS422 point to pointPanels. In CE6 based panel, this has been possible using sqlclient. Nothing similar is however supported in CE8 (most X2 panels). During the years, we have helped customers creating solutions based on SQL Server connectivity. There is a need to be able to move such an application to X2 aswell with minimal change of script code. Note: Other zip files contain old versions, just for reference. For best performance, limit the amount of data (number of rows and number of columns) to the minimum necessary with your SQL query.Our experienced, skilled and passionate people empower you to meet your challenges through best-in-class, user-friendly solutions. Installation manual. Multi language MA00557F Built-in functions such as displaying and controlling text, dynamic indication, time channels, alarm and recipe handling are included.

For further information we refer to the programming manual for the terminal. Beijer Electronics AB, MA00557F, Please read the entire installation manual prior to installing and using this equipment. Only parts and accessories manufactured according to specifications set by Beijer Electronics AB may be used.This page, or a copy of it, can be sent to us at the addresses below. A-1 Chemical resistance. B-1 Terminal drawings. C-1 Beijer Electronics AB, MA00557F 5 English Safety precautions General Read the safety precautions carefully. Check the delivery for transportation damage. If damage is found, notify the supplier as soon as possible. Do not use the terminal in an environment with high explosive hazards. The supplier is not responsible for modified, altered or reconstructed equipment. Use only parts and accessories manufactured according to specifications of the supplier. Read the installation and operating instructions carefully before installing, using or repairing the terminal. Replacing the battery incorrectly may result in explosion. Only use batteries recommended by the supplier. Never pour fluids into any openings in the terminal. This may cause fire or electrical shock. Only qualified personnel may operate the terminal. During installation The terminal is designed for stationary installation on a plane surface. Put the terminal on a stable surface during installation. Dropping it or letting it fall may cause damage. Install the terminal according to the accompanying installation instructions. Ground the terminal according to the accompanying installation instructions. Only qualified personnel may install the terminal. Separate the high voltage, signal and supply cables. Make sure that the voltage and polarity of the power source is correct before connecting the terminal to the power outlet. The openings on the enclosure are for air convection. Do not cover these openings. Do not place the terminal where it might be exposed to strong magnetic fields.

Do not install the terminal in direct sunlight. Peripheral equipment must be appropriate for the application. Some terminal models have a laminated film over the display to reduce the risk of scratches. To avoid static electricity that might damage the terminal, carefully remove the film. Beijer Electronics AB, MA00557F 1-1 6 English During use Keep the terminal clean. Emergency stop and other safety functions may not be controlled from the terminal. Do not touch the keys, displays, etc.Service and maintenance The agreed warranty applies. Clean the display and face with a soft cloth and mild detergent. Only qualified personnel should carry out repairs. Dismantling and scrapping The terminal or parts thereof shall be recycled according to local regulations. The following components contain substances that might be hazardous to health and the environment: lithium battery, electrolytic capacitor and display. Please read the entire installation manual prior to installing and using this equipment. Beijer Electronics AB is not responsible for modified, altered or renovated quipment. Only parts and accessories manufactured according to specifications set by Beijer Electronics AB may be used.Do not apply reverse voltage, it can cause permanent damage. CAUTION! Ensure that the terminal and the controller system have the same electrical grounding (reference voltage level), otherwise errors in communication may occur. Refer to the printer manual for the correct configuration. If you want to connect the terminal to a printer with a parallel interface you have to use the expansion card IFC PI. See the manual for IFC PI for further information. Connection to a personal computer Personal computer RS422 RS232C CAB5 CAB6 To program the terminal it is recommended that the PC software is used. To install the PC software see the manual for this product. Terminalen skal installeres af personer med relevant uddannelse. Ved anvendelse Hold terminalen ren.

Service og vedligeholdelse Der ydes garanti i henhold til aftalen. Udstyret skal installeres, anvendes og repareres af personer med relevant uddannelse. For tilslutning til printer med parallelt snitflade anvendes ekspansionskortet IFC PI. Se manualen for IFC PI for yderligere information. Setzen Sie das Terminal nicht in Umgebungen ein, in denen Explosionsgefahr besteht. Es besteht Explosionsgefahr, wenn die Batterie falsch montiert wird. Das Terminal darf nur von speziell ausgebildetem Fachpersonal bedient werden. Die Installation muss von speziell ausgebildetem Fachpersonal vorgenommen werden. Das Terminal nicht an Stellen platzieren, an denen es einem starken Magnetfeld ausgesetzt wird. Das Terminal darf nicht in direkter Sonneneinstrahlung montiert werden. Bei bestimmten Terminalmodellen ist das Displayglas mit einem laminierten Film versehen, um Kratzern vorzubeugen. Hinweise zum Betrieb Halten Sie das Terminal stets sauber. Achten Sie darauf, dass Tasten, Bildschirm usw. Lithiumbatterie, Elektrolytkondensatoren und Bildschirm. Beachten Sie die Hinweise in der Bedienungsanleitung Ihres Druckers. Weitere Informationen hierzu erhalten Sie in der Bedienungsanleitung zum IFC PI. No use la terminal en un ambiente con alto riesgo de explosiones. El proveedor no asume la responsabilidad por un equipo modificado, alterado o reconstruido. La terminal no se debe montar a plena luz solar. Uso Mantenga limpia la terminal. Las funciones de parada de emergencia y otras funciones de seguridad no deben ser controladas desde la terminal. Las teclas, el cristal del display, etc.Beijer Electronics AB no asume ninguna responsabilidad por un equipo modificado, alterado o reconstruido. Causaria averia permanente. Ne jamais verser de liquide dans les fentes et trous du terminal. Placer le terminal sur une surface solide pendant l'installation. Lors de l'utilisation Maintenir le terminal propre. Sinon, des erreurs de communication risquent de se produire.