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Control Box for Unloader

STEC-NA1a
Operation Manual
<Technical Edition>
Foreword

Thank you for purchasing our Automatic Horizontal Traverse Unloader.


The functions, maintenance method and safety precautions on operation for the Unloader Control
Box STEC-NA1a (STECNA1a) are described in this Operation Manual.
Please read this Operation Manual through carefully to fully understand before using this machine.
※ This Operation Manual is prepared for the standard type. For optional and special functions,
please refer to other Operation Manuals.
※ In case you have any questions in this Operation Manual, please contact us.

● Corresponding model
• CZ-500(S)
• CZ-700(S)
• CZW-700(S)
• CZ-1100(S)
• CZ-1700(S)
Composition of Operation Manual

Composition of Operation Manual


Including the Technical Section for Control Box, three manuals are provided for the machine,
namely, Operation Edition for Control Box, and Operation Manual for Main Body.
●Operation Edition for Control Box
The basic functions and operations for STEC-NA1a are described in this manual. When using
STEC-NA1 for the first time, read the Operation Edition.
●Technical Edition for Control Box (this book)
Maintenance and troubleshooting regarding the controlling system as well as the safety precautions
on operation are described in this manual.
●Operation Manual for Main Body
The functions, operation methods and precautions for the unloader are described in this manual.
Content

.Preface
1.
.Preface.................................................................................................................................... 1
1-1.
1-2. Safety Precautions .............................................................................................................. 2
.Warning sign plate ................................................................................................................ 4
1-3.
.Specifications....................................................................................................................... 15
1-4.
.Alarm history
2.
.Displaying alarm history .................................................................................................... 18
2-1.
.Change to display the date and time of the alarm occurred ........................................... 19
2-2.
.Deleting alarm history ........................................................................................................ 19
2-3.
.Stroke limit setting
3.
.Display of stroke limit setting screen................................................................................. 21
3-1.
.Stroke limit setting ............................................................................................................ 22
3-2.
.Setting of max./min. values
4.
.Display of max./min. value setting screen .................................................................. 23
4-1.
.Setting of max./min. values .......................................................................................... 24
4-2.
.System setting
5.
.System mode setting............................................................................................................ 25
5-1.
.LCD setting ........................................................................................................................ 27
5-2.
.Setting the LCD automatic shut-off time .......................................................................... 28
5-3.
.Date and time setting .......................................................................................................... 28
5-4.
.Display of version................................................................................................................ 29
5-5.
. Operation error messages
6.
.Operation error display function....................................................................................... 30
6-1.
.List of error messages ......................................................................................................... 31
6-2.
.Alarm messages
7.
.Alarm function .................................................................................................................. 39
7-1.
.Method for clearing alarm ................................................................................................. 41
7-2.
.List of system alarms .......................................................................................................... 43
7-3.
.List of servo alarms............................................................................................................. 49
7-4.
.List of alarms....................................................................................................................... 57
7-5.
.Troubleshooting except for alarm............................................................................................. 71
8.
.Internal structure of control box
9.
.Opening the control box ..................................................................................................... 74
9-1.
.Internal structure of control box ....................................................................................... 78
9-2.
.Hardware block diagram ................................................................................................... 85
9-3.
.Main PCB (NA1MAIN)...................................................................................................... 89
9-4.

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Content

.AC Servo Driver.................................................................................................................. 99


9-5.
.I/O PCB(
9-6. (NA1IO)
) ......................................................................................................... 114
.Data Backup Function
10.
.Backup clearance function ............................................................................................. 121
10-1.
.Method for changing battery ......................................................................................... 122
10-2.
.Language Setting .................................................................................................................... 124
11.
.Harness.................................................................................................................................... 125
12.
.STEC-NA1 Parts List............................................................................................................. 132
13.
.Overall Dimension
14.
.Main body Control Box .................................................................................................. 133
14-1.
.Driver Control Box ......................................................................................................... 136
14-2.
.Pendant ............................................................................................................................ 141
14-3.
.Circuit Diagram
15.
15-1. CZ-500 BOX Circuit Diagram……………………………………………………..…....142
15-2. CZ-700 / CZW-700 BOX Circuit Diagram ..................................................................... 143
15-3. CZ-1100 BOX Circuit Diagram ....................................................................................... 144
15-4. CZ-1700 BOX Circuit Diagram....................................................................................... 145
15-5. CZ-500S BOX Circuit Diagram…………………………………………………………146
15-6. CZ-700S / CZW-700S BOX Circuit Diagram................................................................. 147
15-7. CZ-1100S BOX Circuit Diagram..................................................................................... 148
15-8. CZ-1700S BOX Circuit Diagram..................................................................................... 149

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1. Preface

1. Preface
1-1. Preface
The Technical Edition of this Operation Manual describes the maintenance, troubleshooting, and
safety precautions on operation for the control system.
Please read this operation manual carefully.
It is prohibited to execute or use the procedures or methods that are not described in this Operation
Manual.
If any mechanic failure or physical injury occurs in operation without fully understanding of
the contents of Operation Manual, our company will not bear any responsibilities.
In order to read this Operation Manual at any time, please place this Operation Manual near the
machine and designate a responsible person for the related management.

■Symbols of danger level


The safety precautions in this Operation Manual are classified into the following three types. When
the danger level is high, special attentions shall be paid in the course of operation.

DANGER!
If the content of this precaution is not followed, death or
serious injury may be caused.

If the content of this precaution is not followed, serious injury


WARNING!
may be caused or the machine may be seriously damaged.

ACAUTION!
If the content of this precaution is not followed, personnel may
be injured or the machine may be damaged.

■ Indication of key points(


(POINT)

The key points for operation will be marked with in this Operation Manual.

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1-2. Safety precautions


z Maintenance

DANGER!

z In the course of maintenance, in order to prevent other people from turning on the
power supply by mistake or touching the interlock box, place a warning sign plate at
the eye-attracting position, on which the words “In maintenance, do not touch the main
body control box, driver box and other parts” should be written.

z In the course of maintenance, be sure to turn off the circuit breaker on the main body
control box and the main control power switch of the factory.
In addition, note that the remaining voltage may exist for several minutes after the
power is turned off. Do not open the cover during this period.

WARNING!

z Without consent of our company, it is prohibited to remove or change the limit


switches for overrun, limit switches for interlock, proximity switches, dogs, etc. If this
warning is not observed, an accident that causes not only serious malfunction and
damage of the unloader but also serious injury may occur.

CAUTION!

z The operator must wear a safety helmet in the course of maintenance.

z Use the tools that match the work and the specifications of the unloader. Particularly,
when using the wrenches or the like, make sure that such tools match the sizes of bolts
and nuts and the locations so as to avoid slipping accidents.

z The maintenance work must be carried out by personnel who have received related
special training.

z When replacing the electric parts such as the indicator and the fuse or the parts of the
unloader, use the products specified by our company.

z If covers are removed in the course of maintenance, reattach them correctly to the

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original positions.

z Strictly follow the procedures and methods described in this Operation Manual. If
anything is ambiguous or doubtful, contact our company.

z Execute the regular checks for the items mentioned in this Operation Manual.

z Confirmation of the operation results must be witnessed by related responsible


persons.

z The contents and results of maintenance must be recorded and reported to the
responsible person for inspection.

z In the course of maintenance and check, pay attention not to allow water or oil to be
dripped into the main body control box and driver box.

■Finishing the work

WARNING!

z When cleaning the unloader or the surrounding area, stop all actions of the unloader
and turn off the circuit breaker on the main body control box first.

z If the unloader will not be operated for a long time, mount the jumper plug between
the unloader and the molding machine.

CAUTION!

z It is prohibited to use the air gun to clean the unloader, Fine dust may enter the
assembled parts for precision processing, resulting in deterioration of the
performance of the unloader.

z Since the motor, solenoid switches and other parts may still maintain high
temperature for some time after power off, take care when operating them.

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1-3. Warning sign plate


In order to use the unloader safely and correctly, warning sign plates are pasted in hazardous areas.
z Symbols of danger level
The safety precautions described in this Operation Manual are classified into the following three
levels. When the danger level is high, special attention shall be paid in the course of operation.

DANGER!
If the content of this precaution is not followed, death or serious
injury may be caused.

WARNING!
If the content of this precaution is not followed, serious injury
may be caused or the machine may be seriously damaged.

CAUTION! If the content of this precaution is not followed, personnel may be


injured or the machine may be damaged.

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z Types of warning sign plates


Note: Warning signs that are not used in this machine may also be included.
z Prohibited to enter the moving range
Since the unloader is running at high speed, it is
Warning against danger of descent action
prohibited to enter the working area during
automatic operation. In addition, even if
automatic operation is not performed, when you
need to enter completely or partly this area for
maintenance or other reasons, the power switch
and the air pressure switch must be turned off as
per the specified procedures before the operation
begins.
For details, refer to 4. Switching on and off the
power of the Operation Edition.

Warning against danger of crosswise actions

Warning against danger of traverse actions

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●Warning against electric shock


During the maintenance operation, the circuit
breaker of control box must be disconnected
(OFF position). Particularly when the
maintenance work is done inside the control box,
the cables connected to the molding machine
must be removed and the main control power
switch of the factory must be turned off.

The high-voltage electric shock warning signs


are put on all required places (like the terminal
High voltage box, etc.)

●Warning against cooling fan


Do not get close to the running cooling run.

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●Pay attention to the stroke adjustment


When adjusting the stroke of the moving part,
refer to the related operation instructions and use
the safe operation method.

After the power and the air pressure switch are


turned off, special attention shall be paid because
the air cylinder may have remaining air pressure
and may move suddenly. For adjustment, the
operator must wear protective devices and avoid
operation within the working range of the
machine.

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●Warning against motor high temperature


The running motor is at a high temperature; do
not get close to the motor.
If the motor needs to be touched for maintenance
purposes, turn off the power and wait until the
motor becomes cool before the related operation.

●Warning against entrapping


If operations are needed within the working
range of equipment for maintenance purposes or
other reasons, do not touch the motor, rotary
axis, gear, pulley, leather belt or other parts
which may result in entrapping.
For the operation, turn off the power switch and
the air pressure switch first.

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●Warning against cutter


If the operations are needed within the working
range of equipment for maintenance purposes or
other reasons, do not touch the blade of the
cutting device.
For the operation, turn off the power switch and
air pressure switch first.

●Prohibited to enter the range of liquid spraying agent


It is prohibited to enter the range of spraying
liquid agent such as mold release agent.
If the operations are needed within the range of
spraying for maintenance purposes or other
reasons, turn off the power for the control box
and the spraying device first.

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■Example of warning sign plates (unloader)

CZ-500(S)

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CZ-700(S)

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CZW-700(S)

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CZ-1100(S)

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CZ-1700(S)

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1-4. Specifications
z Operating conditions
Items Specifications
CZ-500(S)
CZ-700(S)
Single-phase AC200-220V ± 10% , 50/60 Hz
Power voltage CZW-700(S)
CZ-1100(S)
CZ-1700(S) Three-phase AC200-220V ± 10% , 50/60 Hz
Operating ambient temperature 0 ~ +40°C
Operating ambient humidity 85% RH or less
·No erosive gas
·No conductive dust containing metal or carbon
Working environment
·No water drip
·No dew condensation on PCB and parts
Insulation resistance 500V 10MΩ or more
Noise immunity 2000Vp-p 1µsec (phase-to-phase, ground-to-ground )

z Specification for operation and indication

Items Specifications

Power indicator 1
Control box Circuit breaker 1
Alarm buzzer 1
Power switch 1
Power indicator LED(POWER) 1
Automatic operation indicator LED (AUTO) 1
Alarm indicator LED (ALARM) 1
Pendant
Emergency stop switch 1
Operable key: (Enabling Switch) 1
STN color LCD
3.5 inches, 320 × 240, 256 colors
Interface for
RS-422
pendant

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Items Specifications

Displaying <Initial screen> <Menu selection > ·System


function Extraction quantity ·Setup change ·Automatic start mode 1
Overall speed ·Mode setting ·Buzzer
Cycle display ·Timer setting ·Chuck error/automatic
Used BLOCK NO. ·Counter setting continue
Action mode ·Axis position setting ·Hands-free home position
return
·Free operation
·Language select
·Production control
·Display contrast
·Acceleration/deceleration
setting ·Screen auto OFF
·Pass setting ·Alarm history
·Soft limit setting ·Password setting
·PS data setting ·Version display
·Max/Min value setting ·I/O history
·Driver setting·

z Program function

Items Specifications

Program execution mode Ladder diagram


Axis control command, calculation command, I/O control,
Commands register command, palletizing command, action display, alarm
message display, operation error message display
Program capacity 15000 steps

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z Specifications of controller

Items Specifications
Number of controlled axis 5 axis (T, W, V, S, VS)
Manual: Jog operation, MDI, manual operation, step-feed operation
Operation mode
Automatic: Action by special sequence
Input: 44
Output: 44
Standard I/O
Axis input: 10 (home position, overrun)
Internal power capacity: 24VDC,4.2A
Auxiliary function Positioning, pass action
Axis control PTP
Speed setting 1-100% of motor speed for each axis
Acceleration/decelerat
10 levels from 10 to 100% for each axis
ion setting
Axis control function Acceleration/decelerat
Trapezoid shape control, S shape control
ion mode
Override function 5 levels
Home position LS Home position limit check
control Home position shift parameter compensation
Offset compensation Automatic compensation
32 + 2 + 8
Mode Standard mode: 32
Code mode: 2
System mode: 8
Standard timer: 55 (T1-T20, T30-64)
Timer 64
Alarm timer: 9 (T21-T29)
Extraction quantity: 1
Counter Total counter: 1
Preset counter: 4
For each axis: 50
Number of points Standard packaging (pitch): 256 × 256 × 256
Free packaging (optional): 256
Setup condition storage Max. 50 sets
Switching over among six languages
Language select Japanese, English, Simplified Chinese, Korean, Traditional Chinese,
Thai.

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2. Alarm history

2. Alarm history
2-1. Displaying alarm history
The history information of alarms that have occurred up to now can be viewed (30 items in the past).
Through the alarm information, the trend of the past alarms can be checked.
※For details of alarms, refer to 7. Alarm messages.

1. Press to enter the Manual Mode.

2. Press MENU/RET to display the menu


selection screen.
3. Move the cursor to “System setting” using the

keys, then press .

4. The system selection screen is displayed.


Move the cursor to “Alarm history” using the

keys, then press .

5. The alarm history list screen is displayed.


※Up to 30 items of alarm history are displayed.
Each time a new alarm occurs, the past alarms
move backward one by one. For alarms that are not

displayed on the screen, you can use

(PREV) and (NEXT) to switch the screen.

※If (ALL DSP) is pressed, the contents of

all alarm messages will be displayed. Press

to return to the list screen.

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2. Alarm history

.Change to display the date and time of the alarm occurred


2-2.

1.In the alarm history list screen, press to

switch over the function menu.

2.Press (TIME DSP)to display the date and

time of the alarm occurred.

3. Press again(ALM DSP)


,return to display

alarm title.

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2. Alarm history

2-2. Deleting alarm history

1. In the alarm history list screen, press to

switch over the function menu.

2. Press (ALL DEL).

3. A confirmation message appears.

4. Press (OK). All the alarm history will be

deleted.

Press (cancel) to cancel deletion.

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3. Stroke limit setting

3. Stroke limit setting


Through stroke limit setting, the maximum effective values of axis position (each teach point) and
packaging set value can be determined.

POINT

If the maximum effective value needs to be changed, first make sure that the maximum
effective value of each teach point is not exceeded.

※To prevent trouble, avoid setting of extreme values.

3-1. Display of stroke limit setting screen

1. Press to display the menu selection

screen .
2. Move the cursor to “Axis parameter setting”

using the keys, then press .

3. Move the cursor to “Stroke limit setting” using

the keys, then press .

4. The stroke limit data setting screen is displayed.

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3. Stroke limit setting

3-2. Stroke limit setting

1. Press or (TEN KEY). The

password input screen is displayed.

2. Input the password (4321) and press (OK)

to release prohibition of set value change.


※If the password is incorrectly input, a message
will appear. At this time, press any key to close the
information and return to the state in step 1. Then
input the password again.

POINT

After change of stroke data setting is


completed, be sure to lock the setting in the
password setting screen. For details, refer to
23. Password Setting of Operation Edition.

3. Using , move the cursor to the desired axis


to be set.

4. Input the number using the keys or

the numeric keys.


※For methods of inputting numerical values, refer
to 5-3 Method for Inputting Numbers of Operation
Section.
※While operating the unloader in free operation,
you can also register the current value as the set
value. Refer to ● Inputting in Free Operation.

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4. Setting of max./ min. values

4. Setting of max./min. values


This function is used for setting the maximum and minimum values of working range of
unloader. In the axis setting screen, values exceeding the maximum and minimum
values cannot be input to prevent dangerous actions caused by input errors of position
data.
The maximum value of descent standby position of vertical axes and maximum and
minimum values of release area setting position in the release side of traverse axis can
be set.
4-1. Display of max./min. value setting screen

1. Press to display the menu selection

screen
2. Move the cursor to “Axis parameter”

using the keys, then press .

3. Move the cursor to “Maximum, minimum


setting” using the keys, then

press .

4. The maximum and minimum value setting


screen is displayed.
※Two screens are available for setting
maximum and minimum values. You can

switch over them using (PREV) and

(NEXT).

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4. Setting of max./ min. values

4-2. Setting of max./min. values

1. Pressing or (TEN KEY)

causes the password input screen to be


displayed.

2. Input the password (4321) and press

(OK) to release prohibition of change of set


value.
※If the password is incorrectly input, a
message will appear. At this time, press any
key to close the information and return to the
screen in step 1. Then carry out the input
operation again.

POINT

When the max./min. value setting is


completed, the input data must be locked
with the screen of password setting. For
details, refer to 23. Password Setting of
Operation Edition.

3. Use to move the cursor to the desired


axis to be set.

4. Input the data using the keys

or the numeric keys.


※For the method of inputting numerical
values, refer to 5-3 Method for inputting
numbers of Operation Edition.
※While running the unloader with free
operation, you can also register the current
position as the set value. Refer to ● Input in
Free Operation.

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5. System setting

5. System setting
5-1. System mode setting
This function is used for setting some modes related to the system of unloader.

POINT

The setting of system mode is not saved into the setup condition data.

1. Press to display the menu selection screen.

2. Move the cursor to “System setting” using the

keys, then press .

3. Move the cursor to “System mode setting” using

the keys, then press .

4. The system mode setting screen is displayed.

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5. System setting

The uses of items of system mode setting are shown as follows:


Automatic start mode 1------- If this mode is set to [Use], the machine will begin automatic
operation from a place other than the home position.
Depending on the position of unloader, a range where the machine
cannot start automatic operation exists.
Buzzer------If the buzzer need not sound in the case of error, set the buzzer to “No use”.
Mischuck /automatic continue------If this mode is set to “Use”, when a chuck error occurs, the
automatic operation will not be stopped at that position but the
machine will be stopped at the extract standby position after
executing the ejection action.
Hands-free home position return------If this mode is set to “Use”, even if the Operable key is
released after home position return starts, the action of home
position return can be continued. For hands-free home position
return, refer to 7-4 Hands-free home position return of
Operation Edition.
Set value blind--------------------- If this mode is set to “Use”, the set values of axis positions (axis
positions setting screen) and the timers (timer setting screen), which
are related to the modes that have been set to “No use” (OFF) in the
mode setting screen appear as blind data (grey color) and cannot be
set. When this mode is set to “No use”, the set values appear
regardless of mode setting.
1. Move the cursor to the desired item to be set using
the keys.

2. Use the keys to set Use/No use.

-----Used

-----Not used

The default value of buzzer and set value blind is


“Use”.

3. After setting is completed, press to return

to the menu selection screen or press to return

to the initial screen.

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5. System setting

5-2. LCD setting


This function is used for setting the contrast (brightness) and the auto shut-off time of LCD on the
pendant and date & time.
The main items for this system setting are as follows:
Screen contrast------Adjust the brightness of backlight of the pendant in 8 levels.
Auto shut-off time of LCD ----It is the protection function for LCD. When the set time has elapsed,
all the screen display will be turned off.
Date & time --------- Adjust in the present date & time.

1. Press to display the menu selection

screen.
2. Move the cursor to “System setting” using the

keys, then press .

3. Move the cursor to “LCD display set” using the

keys, then press .

4. The LCD display setting screen is displayed. Use

the (DARK) or (BRIGHT) key to set

the contrast.

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5. System setting

5-3. Setting the LCD automatic shut-off time

1. Move the cursor to “Auto LCD off time” using


the keys.

2. Input the data using the keys or by

pressing the (TEN KEY) key and inputting a

value.
※For the method of inputting numerical values,
refer to 5-3 Method for Inputting Numbers of
Operation Edition.

POINT

If the value is set to 99, the automatic


shut-off function of backlight will not
function.

.Date and time setting


5-4.

1. Move the cursor to “Date and time setting” using


the keys。

2.Input the data using the keys or by

pressing the (TEN KEY) key and inputting a

value。

※For the method of inputting numerical values,


refer to 5-3 Method for Inputting Numbers of
Operation Edition.

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5. System setting

5-5. Display of version


This function allows the version number of currently used program and others to be displayed.

1. Press to display the menu selection

screen.
2. Move the cursor to “System setting” using the

keys, then press .

3. Move the cursor to “Version information” using

the keys, then press .

4. The version message is displayed.


※Two screens are available for displaying the
version message. You can switch over them using

(PREV) and (NEXT).

5. Press to return to the menu selection

screen or press to return to the initial screen.

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6. Operation error messages

6. Operation error messages


6-1. Operation error display function
When operation procedure or actions are not normally carried out, this function displays the
description of the error.
The errors to be displayed include three types: operation error, home position error and setting error.
●Operation errors
In manual operation, the operation errors appear when the inputting conditions for the molding
machine or the limit switches are not satisfied or operations that cannot be executed are tried.
●Setting errors
The setting errors will appear when the action cannot be executed because of incorrect mode setting
or axis teaching.
●Home position errors
In automatic start-up, the home position errors will appear when the required conditions are not met.
In mode setting or position setting, these errors will appear when the action is not available.

Displays the error No. and the error


type.

Displays description of error, correct


operation procedure and recovery
method.
The screen will be cleared when the
operation procedure is followed.

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6. Operation error messages

6-2. List of error messages


Error message Remarks
OPERATION ERROR(01)
THE ARM HAS NOT DESCENDED COMPLETELY.
DO THE DESCENT OPERATION UNTIL THE DESCENT COMPLETION MESSAGE IS
DISPLAYED.
OPERATION ERROR(02)
THE ARM HAS NOT ASCENDED COMPLETELY.
DO THE ASCENT OPERATION UNTIL THE ASCENT COMPLETION MESSAGE
IS DISPLAYED.
OPERATION ERROR(03)
THE ARM HAS NOT REACHED TO THE EXTRACT DESCENT POSITION.
DO THE CROSSWISE RETURN OPERATION UNTIL THE COMPLETION MESSAGE IS
DISPLAYED.
OPERATION ERROR(04)
THE ARM HAS NOT REACHED TO THE ASCENT POSITION.
DO THE CROSSWISE RETURN OPERATION UNTIL THE COMPLETION MESSAGE IS
DISPLAYED.
OPERATION ERROR(05)
THE ARM HAS NOT REACHED TO THE RELEASE SIDE DESCENT POSITION.
DO THE TRAVERSE ADVANCE OPERATION UNTIL THE COMPLETION MESSAGE IS
DISPLAYED.
OPERATION ERROR(06)
THE ARM HAS NOT REACHED TO THE EXTRACT DESCENT POSITION.
DO THE TRAVERSE RETURN OPERATION UNTIL THE COMPLETION MESSAGE IS
DISPLAYED.
OPERATION ERROR(07)
THE ARM IS NOT AT THE EXTRACT OR RELEASE SIDE POSITION.
DO THE TRAVERSE ADVANCE OR RETURN OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(08)
THE TRAVERSE HOME(LS-1) AND RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT ARE OFF.
DO THE TRAVERSE ADVANCE OR RETURN OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(09)
THE MOLD-OPEN-COMPLETION(MO) SIGNAL IS OFF.
OPERATION ERROR(10)
THE SAFETY DOOR IS OPENED(MD OFF).
CLOSE THE SAFETY DOOR
OPERATION ERROR(11)
THE RELEASE SIDE DESCENT COMMAND(RD) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE DESCENT OPERATION AT RELEASE SIDE.
OPERATION ERROR(12)
THE RELEASE SIDE SAFETY GUARD IS OPENED(OD OFF).
CLOSE THE RELEASE SIDE SAFETY GUARD.
OPERATION ERROR(13)
THE RUNNER SIDE ARM ASCENT END(LS-3S) IS OFF.
DO THE ASCENT OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(14)
THE ASCENT END(LS-3) IS OFF.
DO THE ASCENT OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(15)
THE POSTURE RETURN END(LS-8) IS OFF.
DO THE POSTURE RETURN OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(16)
THE POSTURE ACTION END(LS-9) IS OFF.
DO THE POSTURE ACTION OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(17)
DO THE DESCENT OPERATION AT EXTRACT SIDE ONLY AFTER THE CHUCK IS OPENED.

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6. Operation error messages

OPERATION ERROR (18)


THE RUNNER SIDE ARM MODE(MDS) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE RUNNER SIDE ARM OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(19)
THE NIPPER IN CHUCK MODE(MDCN) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE NIPPER CUT OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(20)
THE POSTURE MODE(MDSS) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE POSTURE OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(21)
THE PRODUCT SIDE ARM MODE(MDW) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE PRODUCT SIDE ARM OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(22)
SINCE THIS UNLOADER HAS NO RUNNER SIDE ARM, THE PRODUCT EXTRACT
MODE(MDW) CAN NOT BE OFF.
OPERATION ERROR(23)
SINCE THIS UNLOADER HAS NO RUNNER SIDE ARM, THE RUNNER EXTRACT MODE(MDS)
CAN NOT BE USED.
OPERATION ERROR(24)
DO THE HOME POSITION RETURN OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(25)
UNABLE TO DO THE HOME POSITION RETURN OPERATION AND MANUAL OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(26)
THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT IS OFF.
OPERATION ERROR(28)
THE ROTATION RETURN END(LS-14) IS OFF.
DO THE ROTATION RETURN OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(29)
DO THE ROTATION ACTION OPERATION.
THE ROTATION ACTION END(LS-15) IS OFF.
OPERATION ERROR(30)
THE ROTATION MODE 1(MDR1) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE ROTATION OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(31)
THE ROTATION MODE 2(MDR2) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE ROTATION OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(32)
THE ROTATION MODE 3(MDR3) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE ROTATION OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(33)
THE ROTATION MODE 1 & 2 (MDR1, MDR2) ARE OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE ROTATION OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(34)
THE ROTATION MODE 2 & 3 (MDR2, MDR3) ARE OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE ROTATION OPERATION.

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6. Operation error messages

OPERATION ERROR(35)
THE ROTATION MODE 1, 2 & 3 (MDR1, MDR2, MDR3) ARE OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE ROTATION OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(36)
THE RUNNER RELEASE WITHIN OLD MODE(MDSK) IS ON.
UNABLE TO DO THE TRAVERSE OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(37)
THE UNDER CUT MODE(MDCS) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE SLIDE OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(38)
THE SLIDE ACTION(V-14) IS ON.
DO THE SLIDE RETURN OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(39)
THE SLIDE ACTION(V-14) IS OFF.
DO THE SLIDE ACTION OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(40)
THE NT(TRAVERSE END) GATE CUT MODE (MDNT) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE NT GATE CUT OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(41)
THE NT(TRAVERSE END) GATE CUT POSITION MODE(MDNT2) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE NT GATE CUT OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(42)
THE CARRIAGE UNIT HAS NOT REACHED TO THE NT(TRAVERSE END) GATE CUT
POSITION.
DO THE TRAVERSE ADVANCE OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(43)
THE ARM HAS NOT REACHED TO THE NT(TRAVERSE END) GATE CUT POSITION.
DO THE DESCENT OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(44)
THE ARM HAS NOT REACHED TO THE NT(TRAVERSE END) GATE CUT STAND-BY
POSITION.
DO THE CROSSWISE RETURN OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(45)
THE ARM HAS NOT REACHED TO THE NT(TRAVERSE END) GATE CUT ADVANCE
POSITION.
DO THE CROSSWISE ADVANCE OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(46)
THE NT(TRAVERSE END) GATE CUT PULL (V-9) IS OFF.
DO THE NT-PULL OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(47)
THE NT(TRAVERSE END) GATE CUT PULL (V-9) IS ON.
DO THE NT-PULL RETURN OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(48)
THE TRAVERSE HOME(LS-1) IS OFF.
DO THE TRAVERSE RETURN OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(49)
. THE ROTATION RETURN END(LS-14) IS OFF.
DO THE ROTATION RETURN OPERATION BY FREE INTERLOCK.
OPERATION ERROR(50)
THE ROTATION ACTION(LS-15) IS OFF.
DO THE ROTATION ACTION OPERATION BY FREE INTERLOCK.

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6. Operation error messages

OPERATION ERROR(51)
THE POSTURE ACTION END(LS-9) IS OFF.
SWITCH TO THE MANUAL OPERATION AND DO THE POSTURE ACTION OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(52)
THE POSTURE ACTION END(LS-9) IS OFF.
CONFIRM IF NO ANY INTERFERENCE WITH THE TRAVERSE RAIL ETC.,
AND PRESS THE [RESET] KEY AND DO THE POSTURE ACTION OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(53)
THE ARM HAS NOT REACHED TO THE POSTURE ACTION POSITION.
DO THE CROSSWISE ADVANCE OPERATION UNTIL THE COMPLETION MESSAGE IS
DISPLAYED.
OPERATION ERROR(54)
DO THE CHUCK-2 OPEN OPERATION BEFORE THE ARM DESCENT OPERATION AT
EXTRACT SIDE.
OPERATION ERROR(55)
THE DELAYED RETURN TRAVERSE MODE(MDYT) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE DELAYED RETURN TRAVERSE OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(56)
AT FREE INTERLOCK, MOVE THE CARRIAGE UNIT TO THE POSITION
WHERE THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT IS ON.

OPERATION ERROR (57) It is not posture action position. Until an image showing the
completion of the movement of the posture action position, the ascent and descent
action will be executed.

OPERATION ERROR(60)
THE NT GATE CUT FREE MODE(MDNF) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE NT GATE CUT OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(61)
THE CARRIAGE UNIT HAS NOT REACHED TO THE NT GATE CUT POSITION.
DO THE TRAVERSE ADVANCE OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(62)
THE ASCENT END(LS-3) IS OFF.
DO THE ASCENT OPERATION BY FREE INTERLOCK.
OPERATION ERROR(63)
THE POSTURE RETURN END(LS-8) IS OFF.
DO THE POSTURE RETURN OPERATION BY FREE INTERLOCK.
OPERATION ERROR(64)
THE UNDER CUT EXTRACT FREE MODE (MDCS2) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE UNDER CUT OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(65)
THE ARM HAS NOT REACHED TO THE EXTRACT CHUCKING POSITION.
DO THE CROSSWISE ADVANCE OPERATION UNTIL THE COMPLETION MESSAGE IS
DISPLAYED.

OPERATION ERROR(66)
CHUCK 1 NOT USED FOR INCHED OPENING MODE (MD2K) OF PRODUCT 2. CHUCK 2
OPENING CAN’T BE EXECUTED.

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6. Operation error messages

OPERATION ERROR(67)
THE ARM HAS NOT COMPLETED TO THE UNDER CUT EXTRACT OPERATION.
DO THE UNDER CUT OPERATION.
OPERATION ERROR(69)
NOT AT THE MANUAL MODE.
[STOP/MANU] DO OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR MANUAL MODE.
SETTING ERROR(70)
THE TRAVERSE HOME (LS-1) IS OFF.
CHECK THE EXTRACT STAND-BY POSITION AND EXTRACT SIDE AREA ON THE TRAVERSE
AXIS.
SETTING ERROR(71)
THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT IS OFF.
CHECK THE TRAVERSE POINT AND RELEASE SIDE AREA.
SETTING ERROR(72)
THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT IS OFF.
CHECK THE RELEASE SIDE DESCENT POSITION AND RELEASE SIDE AREA ON THE
TRAVERSE AXIS.
SETTING ERROR(73)
THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT IS OFF.
UNABLE TO SWITCH THE EXTRACT DIRECTION MODE.
DO TRAVERSE ADVANCE OPERATION UNTIL THE RELEASE SIDE AREA IS ON, AND
SWITCH THE MODE.
SETTING ERROR(74)
THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT IS OFF.
CHECK THE NT(TRAVERSE END) GATE CUT POSITION AND RELEASE SIDE AREA ON THE
TRAVERSE AXIS.
SETTING ERROR(75)
THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT IS OFF.
CHECK THE DELAYED RETURN RAVERSE POSITION AND RELEASE SIDE AREA ON THE
TRAVERSE AXIS.
SETTING ERROR(76)
NOT AT THE MANUAL MODE.
[STOP/MANU] DO SETTING AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR MANUAL MODE.
SETTING ERROR(77)
THE ASCENT END(LS-3, LS3S) IS OFF.
DO THE ASCENT OPERATION BEFORE SETTING.
SETTING ERROR(78)
UNABLE TO TURN OFF ALL MODES OF PRODUCT CONFIRMATION!
PRODUCT CONFIRMATION(MD4), PRODUCT CONFIRMATION IN CHUCK
(MD4T) OR VACUUM CONFIRMATION (MDCV) MUST BE ON.
SETTING ERROR(80)
PRESS THE OPERATE KEY AS WELL.
SETTING ERROR(81)
THE EXTRACT SIDE(LS-1) IS OFF.
CHECK THE EXTRACT STAND-BY POSITION AND EXTRACT SIDE END ON THE TRAVERSE
AXIS.
SETTING ERROR(82)
SINCE THIS UNLOADER HAS NO RUNNER SIDE ARM, FREE INTERLOCK OPERATION ON
RUNNER SIDE ARM IS NOT POSSIBLE.

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6. Operation error messages

SETTING ERROR(83)
THE TRAVERSE HOME(LS-1) IS OFF.
CHECK THE POSTURE ACTION POSITION AND EXTRACT SIDE AREA ON THE TRAVERSE
AXIS.

SETTING ERROR(84)
THE TRAVERSE HOME(LS-1) IS OFF.
CHECK THE POSTURE ACTION POSITION AND EXTRACT SIDE END ON THE TRAVERSE
AXIS.

SETTING ALTERATION(87)
THE EXTRACT DIRECTION IS FROM THE MOVING SIDE.
CHANGE THE SETTING VALUE.
SETTING ALTERATION (88)
THE EXTRACT DIRECTION IS FROM THE FIXED SIDE. CHANGE THE SETTING VALUE.
OPERATION ERROR(89)
AFTER PUSHING [STOP/MANU] KEY FOR MANUAL MODE, AND PUSH [RESET] KEY.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(90)
THE TRAVERSE HOME(LS-1) IS OFF. [STOP/MANU] DO HOME POSITION RETURN
OPERATION AFTER PUSHING
KEY FOR MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(91)
THE PRODUCT SIDE ARM ASCENT END(LS-3) IS OFF.
[STOP/MANU] DO HOME POSITION
RETURN OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(92)
THE RUNNER SIDE ARM ASCENT END(LS-3S) IS OFF. [STOP/MANU] DO HOME POSITION
RETURN OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(93)
THE PRODUCT CONFIRMATION(LS-4) IS ON. [STOP/MANU] DO RELEASE THE PRODUCT
BY MANUAL OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(94)
THE PRODUCT CONFIRMATION WITHIN CHUCK(LS-4T) IS ON. [STOP/MANU] DO
RELEASE THE PRODUCT BY MANUAL OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR MANUAL
MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(95)
THE VACUUM CONFIRMATION(LS-4V) IS ON. [STOP/MANU] DO RELEASE THE PRODUCT
BY MANUAL OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(96)
THE RUNNER CONFIRMATION(LS-4S) IS ON. [STOP/MANU] DO RELEASE THE PRODUCT
BY MANUAL OPERATION
AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(97)
THE POSTURE RETURN END(LS-8) IS OFF.
[STOP/MANU] DO HOME POSITION RETURN OPERATION AFTER PUSHING.
KEY FOR MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(98)
DO THE CONDITION SETTING BY MANUAL OPERATION.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(99)
THE NT(TRAVERSE END) GATE CUT PULL(V-9) IS ON.
[STOP/MANU] DO HOME POSITION RETURN OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR
MANUAL MODE.

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6. Operation error messages

HOME POSITION ERRORS(100)


THE ROTATION RETURN END(LS-14) IS OFF.
[STOP/MANU] DO HOME POSITION RETURN OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR
MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(101)
THE ROTATION ACTION END(LS-15) IS OFF.
[STOP/MANU] DO HOME POSITION RETURN OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR
MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(102)
THE TRAVERSE STAND-BY POSITION IS OFF.
[STOP/MANU] DO HOME POSITION RETURN OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR
MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(103)
THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT IS OFF.
[STOP/MANU] DO HOME POSITION RETURN OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR
MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(104)
THE POSTURE ACTION END(LS-9) IS OFF.
[STOP/MANU] DO HOME POSITION RETURN OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR
MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(105)
THE POSTURE ACTION END(LS-9) IS OFF.
UNABLE TO DO THE HOME POSITION ETURN OPERATION.
[STOP/MANU] DO THE POSTURE ACTION OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR MANUAL
MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(106)
THE TRAVERSE HOME (LS-1) IS OFF.
[STOP/MANU] DO HOME POSITION RETURN OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY FOR
MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(108)
THE VACUUM CONFIRMATION 2 (LS-4V2) IS ON.
[STOP/MANU] DO RELEASE THE PRODUCT BY MANUAL OPERATION AFTER PUSHING KEY
FOR MANUAL MODE.
HOME POSITION ERRORS(109)
DO HOME POSITION RETURN OPERATION.
HOME POSITION ERRORS (110)
THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT IS OFF.
DO TRAVERSE ADVANCE OPERATION UNTIL THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFTLIMIT ON.
OPERATION ERROR(116)
PACKAGING COUNTER CANNOT BE RESET. WHEN AT MANUAL OPERATION, PACKAGING
RESET IS POSSIBLE AT
EXTRACT SIDE AND/OR WHERE THE ASCENT-END (LS-3,LS-3S) IS ON.
WHEN IN AUTO, PACKAGING RESET IS POSSIBLE AT EXTRACT SIDE AND DURING
TRAVERSE RETURN MOTION AFTER PRODUCT RELEASE.
OPERATION ERROR(117)
THE CARRIAGE UNIT IS NOT AT THE DELAYED RETURN TRAVERSE POSITION.
DO THE TRAVERSE OPERATION TO THE DELAYED RETURN TRAVERSE POSITION.
OPERATION ERROR(119)
THE MOLD OPEN COMPLETE (MO) SIGNAL IS OFF.
USE FREE OPERATION TO MOVE THE CARRIAGE UNIT TOWARD THE RELEASE SIDE TO A
POSITION THAT DOES NOT CAUSE INTERFERENCE WITH THE DIE.
ENSURE THAT INTERFERENCE DOES NOT OCCUR AND THEN PRESS THE RESET KEY.
MOLD CLOSING PERMISSION IS OUTPUT.

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6. Operation error messages

Password error
The input password is different at two times. Please input the password again.
Press “F3” to return.
Password error
Password error, please input again.
Log on data failure
Section replacing capacity exceeded, please select the following methods:
1. Overwrite operation
2. After deleting other contents for section replacing, execute the write
operation.
Press “F3” to return.
Read failure
Data reading for section replacing fails.
Please try to read the data again.
Press “F3” to return.
Write failure
Data writing data replacing fails.
Please try to write the data again.
Press “F3” to return.
Delete failure
Data deletion for section replacing fails.
Please try to delete the data again.
Press “F3” to return.

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7. Alarm messages

7. Alarm messages
7-1. Alarm function
When an error occurs in the process of power on or in manual operation or automatic operation, a
message will appear on the screen.
The alarm messages are classified into system alarm, servo alarm, limit switch error, molding
machine input error, cycle watch, chuck error, product drop, product release error, etc.
The stop state of the machine at an alarm is classified into three categories:
●Full stop alarm------This alarm occurs when dangerous situation may occur if the operation is not
stopped immediately. To clear the alarm, press the key on the pendant
when the unloader is in the manual mode and the molding machine is in a
mode other than the full-automatic mode or the safety door is open.
※In the case of system alarm (such as servo driver error), if the power is not
turned off one time, the alarm cannot be cleared.
●Automatic operation stop alarm------This alarm occurs when automatic start-up or continuous
automatic operation causes a problem. After the automatic operation is
stopped, check and clear the cause that leads to the alarm. After the alarm is
cleared, the automatic start-up can be executed again.
●Step suspension alarm------In automatic operation, this alarm occurs when the condition for
execution of next action is not satisfied. If the condition is satisfied, the
automatic operation can continue.

Displays the alarm No. and the alarm type.

Displays the description of alarm,


correct operation procedure and
recovery method.

·Pressing stops the buzzer.

·Pressing closes the alarm screen. You can switch to other screens to check the error and carry

out relevant measures.

·Pressing clears the displayed content in the screen. (If the cause of alarm is not eliminated,

the screen cannot be reset.)

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7. Alarm messages

●Types of alarms

Stopping
Name Description
method

When the power is turned on or data is read, this


System alarm alarm occurs due to control system error, data error, Full stop. Turn
System alarm

harness disconnection, communication error, etc. off the power

An error occurs in the axis control circuit or the once when


SPC alarm drive system. restarting.

An error occurs at a limit switch of unloader. Full stop or


Limit switch error
automatic
alarm
operation stop.

An error occurs on the input signal (interlock signal)


Molding machine
from the molding machine.
input error alarm

In automatic operation, the waiting state continues Step


Cycle watch alarm even after the time set at the cycle watch timer (T23) suspension
Table alarm

has elapsed.

Extraction of product inside the mold or runner is


Chuck error not properly executed.

After the product is extracted, in the process of Automatic


Product drop transfer to the release side, the product drops before operation stop
the carriage unit leaves the mold.

After the product is released, when traverse return is


Product release
executed, the limit switch of product confirmation is
error
not turned off (OFF).

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7. Alarm messages

7-2. Methods for clearing alarm

In automatic operation, if the buzzer beeps, press to switch to the manual mode. Then the

buzzer will stop.


●Full stop alarm
In automatic operation, when an error occurs, an alarming beep is made and the alarm screen is
displayed.
※The automatic operation stops.

·In the case of system alarm


1. Press to enter the manual mode.
2. Turn off the power switch.
3. Check the cause displayed in the alarm screen and eliminate it.
4. Turn on the power.
5. Execute home position return.
6. Press to switch to the automatic mode and start the automatic operation.

·Table alarm

1. Press to enter the manual mode.

2. Change the molding machine mode to “semi-automatic” or “manual” or leave the safety door
open.
3. Check the cause displayed in the alarm screen and eliminate it.
4. Press the [RESET] key on the pendant and clear the alarm.
5. Execute home position return.

6. Press to switch to the automatic mode and start the automatic operation.

●Automatic operation stop alarm


In automatic operation, when an error occurs, an alarming beep is made and the alarm screen is
displayed.
※The automatic operation stops.

1. Press to enter the manual mode.

2. Check the cause displayed in the alarm screen and eliminate it.
3. Execute home position return.

4. Press to switch to the automatic mode and start the automatic operation.

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7. Alarm messages

●Step suspension alarm


In automatic operation, when an error occurs, an alarming beep is made and the alarming screen is
displayed.
※The unloader operation stops but the automatic operation continues.

1. Check the cause displayed in the alarm screen and eliminate it.
2. Restart the automatic operation.

CAUTION

If the operator has to check the alarm causes within the working range of the unloader, press

to switch to the manual mode.

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7. Alarm messages

7-3. List of system alarms

Name No. Alarm history display /cause and remedy

SYSTEM ALARM(01): SUM ERROR


Alarm

AN ERROR IS FOUND IN THE DATA OF MAIN-CPU ROM DATA.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND DOWNLOAD AGAIN.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(02): F-ROM 1 ACCESS ERROR


Alarm

AN ERROR IS FOUND IN THE ACCESS OF F-ROM 1.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND DOWNLOAD AGAIN.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(03): F-ROM1 SUM ERROR


Alarm

AN ERROR IS FOUND IN THE DATA OF F-ROM1 DATA.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND DOWNLOAD AGAIN.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM (04): EXTERNAL F-ROM 2 MEMORY ERROR


Alarm

MAIN CPU EXTERNAL F-ROM 2 MEMORY ERROR


PLEASE DISCONNECT THE POWER.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display /cause and remedy

SYSTEM ALARM(05): F-ROM 2 DATA TABLE ERROR


AN ERROR IS FOUND IN F-ROM 2 DATA TABLE.
Alarm

CONDITION DATA FILES AND SETTING DATA WERE INITIALIZED.


SET THE CONDITION DATA AGAIN.
RELEASE BY PUSHING [RESET] KEY.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(06): BACK-UP DATA ERROR


AN ERROR IS FOUND IN BUCK UP DATA OF THE SETTING DATA.
Alarm

SETTING DATA WAS INITIALIZED.


SET THE CONDITION DATA AGAIN.
RELEASE BY PUSHING [RESET] KEY.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(08): LADDER COMMAND ERROR


Alarm

AN ERROR IS FOUND IN THE COMMAND OF LADDER.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND DOWNLOAD AGAIN
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(09): PENDANT CPU ROM.


Alarm

AN ERROR IS FOUND IN THE DATA OF PENDANT F-ROM DATA.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND DOWNLOAD AGAIN.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display /cause and remedy

SYSTEM ALARM(10): BATTERY VOLTAGE DEFECT.


Alarm

BACK-UP BATTERY IS RUNNING LOW.


CHANGE THE BATTERY.|
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(21): PENDANT COMMUNICATION ERROR


Alarm

COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE MAIN PC BOARD AND THE PENDANT.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND CHECK THE COMMUNICATION CABLE.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(22): PPC COMMUNICATION ERROR


Alarm

COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE MAIN PC BOARD AND PPC BOARD.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER. AND CHECK THE COMMUNICATION CABLE.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(31): I/O COMMUNICATION ERROR


Alarm

COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE PPC PC BOARD AND THE I/O BOARD (ID0).
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND CHECK THE COMMUNICATION CABLE.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(32): I/O BASIC BOARD(ID1) COMMUNICATION ERROR


Alarm

COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE PPC PC BOARD AND THE I/O BOARD (ID1).
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND CHECK THE COMMUNICATION CABLE.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display /cause and remedy

SYSTEM ALARM(33): I/O (ID2) COMMUNICATION ERROR


Alarm

COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE PPC PC BOARD AND THE I/O BOARD (ID2).
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND CHECK THE COMMUNICATION CABLE.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(34): I/O (ID3) COMMUNICATION ERROR


Alarm

COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE PPC PC BOARD AND THE I/O BOARD (ID3).
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND CHECK THE COMMUNICATION CABLE.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(35): I/O (ID4) COMMUNICATION ERROR


Alarm

COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE PPC PC BOARD AND THE I/O BOARD (ID4).
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND CHECK THE COMMUNICATION CABLE.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(36): I/O (ID5) COMMUNICATION ERROR


Alarm

COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE PPC PC BOARD AND THE I/O BOARD (ID5).
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND CHECK THE COMMUNICATION CABLE.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

SYSTEM ALARM(37): I/O (ID6) COMMUNICATION ERROR


Alarm

COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE PPC PC BOARD AND THE I/O BOARD (ID6).
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND CHECK THE COMMUNICATION CABLE.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(38): I/O (ID7) COMMUNICATION ERROR


COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN
Alarm

THE PPC PC BOARD AND THE I/O BOARD (ID7).


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER AND CHECK THE COMMUNICATION CABLE.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(41): MOMENT BLACKOUT ERROR


MOMENT BLACKOUT OCCURRED.
Alarm

CHECK POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE, CABLE.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(42): POWER SUPPLY ERROR


Alarm

DC24V POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE ERROR.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

SYSTEM ALARM(43): HIGH VOLTAGE ERROR


THE MAIN POWER VOLTAGE IS TOO HIGH.
Alarm

CHECK THE POWER VOLTAGE FOR THE SERVO DRIVER.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(44): LOW VOLTAGE ERROR


THE MAIN POWER VOLTAGE LOWERED.
Alarm

CHECK THE POWER VOLTAGE FOR THE SERVO DRIVER.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SYSTEM ALARM(45): REGENERATION ERROR


THE REGENERATIVE RESISTANCE EXCEEDED THE LIMIT.
Alarm

CHECK THE CONNECTION OF REGENERATIVE RESISTANCE.


SET THE ACCELERATION/DECELERATION TIME LONGER.
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

7-4. List of servo alarms

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

SERVO ALARM(10): OVER CURRENT ERROR


Alarm

THE OVER CURRENT PROTECTION CIRCUIT IS WORKING.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER. AND CHECK THE POWER LINES.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(20): OVERLOAD ERROR


CHECK THE ENCODER CABLE WIRING AND CONNECTION, AND MECHANICAL OVERLOAD.
Alarm

IF THOSE HAVE NO TROUBLE, CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(30): SPEED ERROR.


THE MOTOR ROTATION SPEED EXCEEDED THE LIMIT.
Alarm

CHECK THE ENCODER HARNESS AND CONNECTOR.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(41): DEFECTION COUNTER ERROR


CHECK THE ENCODER CABLE WIRING AND CONNECTION AND MECHANICAL OVERLOAD.
Alarm

IF THOSE HAVE NO TROUBLE, CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

SERVO ALARM(42): DEFECTION OVERLOAD ERROR


CHECK THE ENCODER CABLE WIRING AND CONNECTION, AND MECHANICAL OVERLOAD.
Alarm

IF THOSE HAVE NO TROUBLE, CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM (50): HEATING ERROR


THE SERVO DRIVER INTERNAL TEMPERATURE EXCEEDED THE SPECIFIED VALUE.
Alarm

CHECK THE FAN OPERATION.


IF THE OPERATION IS NORMAL, CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(61): ENCODER BACK UP DATA ERROR


VOLTAGE OF THE BATTERY FOR ENCODER'S BACK-UP DATA IS GETTING LOW.
Alarm

CHECK THE BATTERY QUICKLY.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM (62): ENCODER ERROR


THE ENCODER INPUT IS ABNORMAL.
Alarm

CHECK THE ENCODER HARNESS.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

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Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

SERVO ALARM(63): ENCODER ERROR


Alarm

MULTIPLE ROTATION DATA OF ENCORDER IS ERROR.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM (64): ENCODER ERROR


THE SINGLE ROTATION COUNTER OF ENCODER IS ABNORMAL.
Alarm

CLEAR THE ENCODER ALARM.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(66): ENCODER ERROR


THE MOTOR ROTATTION SPEED EXCEEDED THE LIMIT.
Alarm

CHECK THE ENCORDER HARNESS AND CONNECTOR.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(71): HIGH VOLTAGE ERROR


THE SERVO DRIVER POWER VOLTAGE IS TOO HIGH.
Alarm

CHECK THE POWER VOLTAGE FOR THE SERVO DRIVER.


AND THE REGENERATIVE CABLE WIRING AND CONNECTION.
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

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Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

SERVO ALARM(72): LOW VOLTAGE ERROR


THE SERVO DRIVER POWER VOLTAGE IS TOO LOW.
Alarm

CHECK THE POWER VOLTAGE FOR THE SERVO DRIVER.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM (73): CONTROL VOLTAGE ERROR


THE CONTROL POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE (DC24V) FOR SERVO DRIVER IS TOO LOW.
Alarm

CHECK THE CONTROL POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE (DC24V).


IF THE VOLTAGE IS NORMAL, CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(74):REGENERATION ERROR


THE REGENERATIVE RESISTANCE EXCEEDED THE LIMIT.
Alarm

CHECK THE CONNECTION OF REGENERATIVE RESISTANCE.


SET THE ACCELERATION DECELERATION TIME LONGER.
TURN OFF, THE TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(81): SERVO DRIVER ERROR


COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE PC BOARD OF THE SERVO DRIVER.
Alarm

TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.


IF THERE IS STILL PROBLEM, CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.
Remarks

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Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

SERVO ALARM(82): SERVO DRIVER ERROR.


COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE PC BOARD OF THE SERVO DRIVER.
Alarm

TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.


IF THERE IS STILL PROBLEM, CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(83): SERVO DRIVER ERROR


COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE PC BOARD OF THE SERVO DRIVER.
Alarm

TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.


IF THERE IS STILL PROBLEM, CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(84): SERVO DRIVER ERROR


COMMUNICATION ERROR BETWEEN THE PC BOARD OF THE SERVO DRIVER.
Alarm

TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.


IF THERE IS STILL PROBLEM, CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(91): ROM ERROR


SERVO DRIVER ROM ERROR.
Alarm

CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

SERVO ALARM(92): ROM ERROR


SERVO DRIVER ROM ERROR.
Alarm

CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(93) : ROM ERROR


SERVO DRIVER ROM ERROR.
Alarm

CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(99): PARAMETERS ERROR


AN ERROR IS FOUND IN THE PARAMETERS OF SERVO DRIVER.
Alarm

CARRY OUT INITIALIZING.


IF THOSE HAVE NO TROUBLE, CHANGE THE SERVO DIVER.
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(101): HOME POSITION LS IS NOT OFF.


CHECK THE HOME POSITION LS AND WIRING, ENCODER, ENCODER CABLE WIRING AND
Alarm

CONNECTION.

IF THOSE HAVE NO TROUBLE, CHANGE THE I/O BOARD(NA1IO).


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

SERVO ALARM(102): H.POSI LS IS ON OTHER THAN H.POSI.


CHECK THE HOME POSITION LS AND WIRING, ENCODER, ENCODER CABLE WIRING AND
Alarm

CONNECTION.

IF THOSE HAVE NO TROUBLE, CHANGE THE I/O BOARD(NA1IO).


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(103): H.POSI LS IS OFF AT H.POSI


CHECK THE OPERATION STATE AND WIRING CONDITION OF THE H.POSI LS, AND THE
Alarm

CONNECTION, WIRING CONDITION, ETC, OF THE ENCODER HARNESS. IF THOSE HAVE NO


TROUBLE, CHANGE THE I/O BOARD (NA1IO). TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(106): OVERRUN LS ON


THE OVERRUN LS IS ON.
UNABLE TO MOVE.
Alarm

CHECK THE OPERATION STATE AND THE POINT SETTING VALUE.


RELEASE THE ALARM WITH [RESET] KEY AND RETURN TO NORMAL OPERATION WITH FREE
OPERATION OR HOME POSITION RETURN.
Remarks

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Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

SERVO ALARM(121): COMMUNICATION ERROR


COMMUNICATION ERROR OF THE SERVO DRIVER.
Alarm

CHECK THE COMMUNICATION CABLE.


IF THOSE HAVE NO TROUBLE, CHANGE THE SERVO DRIVER.
TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(126): SERVO AMP INITIALIZE.


SERVO AMP IS INITIALIZED.
Alarm

INTERNAL PARAMETERS ARE INITIALIZED.


TURN OFF, THEN TURN ON THE POWER.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(131): POINT SETTING ERROR


Alarm

THE POINT DATA IS NOT SET.


CONFIRM THE POINT SETTING VALUE.
Remarks

SERVO ALARM(132): POINT SETTING ERROR.


Alarm

THERE IS A POINT SETTING VALUE BESIDES THE SETTING RANGE.


CONFIRM THE POINT SETTING VALUE.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

7-5. List of alarms

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

ALARM(01): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE RUNNER SIDE ARM ASCENT END (LS-3S) IS NOT OFF.
Alarm

CHECK THE SETTING OF ASCENT END WATCH TIMER T27.


CHECK THE LS-3S LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(02):LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE PRODUCT SIDE ARM ASCENT END (LS-3) IS NOT OFF.
Alarm

CHECK THE SETTING OF ASCENT END WATCH TIMER T27.


CHECK THE LS-3 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(03): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


Alarm

THE ASCENT END(LS-3, LS-3S) AND MOLD-OPEN-COMPLETE(MO) ARE OFF AT THE SAME TIME.
CHECK THE ASCENT END LIMIT SWITCH, RELATIVE WIRING AND INPUT FROM THE IMM (MO).
Remarks

ALARM(04): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE RUNNER SIDE ARM ASCENT END (LS-3S) IS OFF, IN SPITE OF THE RUNNER SIDE ARM MODE
Alarm

IS NOT IN USE.

CHECK THE LS-3S LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.


Remarks

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Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

ALARM(05): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE PRODUCT SIDE ARM ASCENT END (LS-3) IS OFF, IN SPITE OF THE PRODUCT SIDE ARM MODE
Alarm

IS NOT IN USE.

CHECK THE LS-3 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.


Remarks

ALARM(06): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE RUNNER SIDE ARM ASCENT END (LS-3S) IS NOT ON, IN SPITE OF THE RUNNER SIDE ARM IS
Alarm

AT THE ASCENT END.

CHECK THE LS-3S LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.


Remarks

ALARM(07): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE PRODUCT SIDE ARM ASCENT END (LS-3) IS NOT ON, IN SPITE OF THE PRODUCT SIDE ARM IS
Alarm

AT THE ASCENT END.

CHECK THE LS-3 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.


Remarks

ALARM(08): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE RUNRVERT ASCENT END(LS-3S) IS ON, IN SPITE OF RUNRVERT IS AT THE DESCENT END.
Alarm

LS-3S IS DEFECTIV OR CHUCKING POSITION SETTING ERROR.


CHECK THE LS-3S LIMIT SWITCH, RELATIVE WIRING AND THE SETTING VALUE OF THE
RUNRVERT.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

ALARM(09): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE PRODVERT ASCENT END(LS-3) IS ON, IN SPITE OF THE PRODVERT IS AT THE DESCENT END.
Alarm

LS-3 IS DEFECTIVE OR CHUCKING POSITION SETTING ERROR.


CHECK THE LS-3 LIMIT SWITCH, RELATIVE WIRING AND THE SETTING VALUE OF THE
PRODVERT.
Remarks

ALARM(10): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE MOLD-OPEN-COMP.(MO) IS OFF, IN SPITE OF THE CYCLE START(RY-3) IS NOT OUTPUT.
Alarm

THE INPUT FROM IMM ERROR. CHECK THE CYCLE START OUTPUT, RELAY CIRCUIT,
MOLD-OPEN-COMP. CIRCUIT, WIRING OF INTERLOCK SIGNAL BETWEEN UNLOADER - IMM.
Remarks

ALARM(11): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


Alarm

THE SAFETY HOOK RETURN END (LS-11) IS OFF.


CHECK THE LS-11 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(12): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE TRAVERSE HOME(LS-1), ASCENT END(LS-3, LS-3S) AND RELEASE SIDE AREA(LS-12) ARE
Alarm

OFF AT THE SAME TIME.


CHECK THE LIMIT SWITCHES ON THE TRAVERSE AND ASCENT END AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

ALARM(13): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


Alarm

THE EXTRACT SIDE AREA(LS-1) AND RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT ARE ON AT THE SAME
TIME. CHECK THE LS-1,LS-1 LIMIT SWITCHES AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(14): SETTING ERROR


THE TRAVERSE HOME(LS-1) IS NOT ON, IN SPITE OF THE CARRIAGE UNIT IS AT THE EXT SIDE
Alarm

STAND- BY POSITION. LS-1 IS DEFECTIVE OR EXTRACT SIDE STAND-BY POSITION SETTING


ERROR. CHECK THE LS-1 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING FIRST.
Remarks

ALARM(15): SETTING ERROR


THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT IS NOT ON, IN SPITE OF THE CARRIAGE UNIT IS AT THE
RELEASE SIDE AREA.
Alarm

TRAVERSE TEACH SETTING ERROR.


RELATIVE WIRING FIRST.
THEN, CHANGE THE SET VALUE OF THE TRAVERSE.
Remarks

ALARM(16): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE POSTURE RETURN END(LS-8) AND POSTURE ACTION END(LS-9) ARE ON AT THE SAME
Alarm

TIME.

THE POSTURE LIMIT SWITCH IS DEFECTIVE.


CHECK THE POSTURE RETURN END, ACTION END AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

ALARM(17): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE INTERFERENCE AVOIDANCE LS-33) IS ON. CHANGE THE INTEREFERENCE SET VALUE OF
Alarm

THE PRODUCT SIDE CROSSWISE AXIS AND THE RUNNER SIDE CROSSWISE AXIS.

AVOID BY FREE INTERLOCK OPERATION.


Remarks

ALARM(18): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE AIR PRESSURE SWITCH(PS) IS OFF.
Alarm

LOW AIR PRESSURE ERROR.


CHECK THE COMPRESSOR, AIR UNIT PRESSURE, AIR PRESSURE SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(19): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE RELEASE SIDE SAFETY GUARD IS OPENED. UNABLE TO OPERATE TO TRAVERSE THE
Alarm

CARRIAGE UNIT AND TO DESCEND THE ARM AT RELEASE SIDE. CLOSE THE RELEASE SIDE
SAFETY GUARD SURELY.

CHECK THE INTERLOCK SIGNAL WIRING WHEN THE (OD) IS NOT ON.
Remarks

ALARM(20): INTERLOCK SIGNAL ERROR


IMM SAFETY DOOR IS OPENED.
Alarm

UNABLE TO OPERATE TO DESCEND THE ARM AT EXTRACT SIDE.


CLOSE THE IMM SAFETY DOOR.
CHECK THE WIRING OF INTERLOCK SIGNAL BETWEEN THE IMM AND UNLOADER.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

ALARM(21): MOLD OPEN END TIME OVER


THE IMM MOLD OPEN COMPLETE(MO) IS NOT OFF, IN SPITE OF THE UNLOADER OUTPUTS THE
Alarm

CYCLE START SIGNAL(RY3).

CHECK THE SIGNAL OUTPUT, RELAY CIRCUIT, IMM MOLD OPEN COMPLETE CIRCUIT AND
INTERLOCK SIGNAL WIRING BETWEEN THE IMM AND UNLOADER.
Remarks

ALARM(22): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE IMM MOLD-OPEN-COMPLETE(MO) AND MOLD-CLOSE-COMPLETE(MC) ARE ON AT THE
Alarm

SAME TIME. THE INPUT FROM THE IMM ERROR. CHECK THE IMM CIRCUIT OF MOLD-OPEN-

COMPLETE AND MOLD-CLOSE-COMP., THE INTERLOCK SIGNAL WIRING BETWEEN THE IMM
AND UNLOADER.
Remarks

ALARM(23): PRODUCT DROP (LS-4 OFF)


Alarm

THE PRODUCT DROPPED DURING TRANSFER TO THE RELEASE SIDE.


CHECK THE PRODUCT CONFIRMATION LIMIT SWITCH LS-4 AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(24): PRODUCT DROP (LS-4T OFF)


THE PRODUCT DROPPED DURING TRANSFER TO THE RELEASE SIDE.
Alarm

CHECK THE PRODUCT CONFIRMATION WITHIN CHUCK LIMIT SWITCH LS-4T AND RELATIVE
WIRING.
Remarks

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Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

ALARM(25): PRODUCT DROP (LS-4V OFF)


THE PRODUCT DROPPED DURING TRANSFER TO THE RELEASE SIDE.
Alarm

CHECK THE SUCTION PADS AND RELATIVE PIPING FIRST.


THEN, CHECK THE VACUUM GENERATOR, LIMIT SWITCH LS-4V AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(26): RUNNER DROP (LS-4S OFF)


Alarm

THE RUNNER DROPPED DURING TRANSFER TO THE RELEASE POSITION.


CHECK THE LIMIT SWITCH LS-4S AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(27): PRODUCT DROP(LS-4V2 OFF)


THE PRODUCT DROPPED DURING TRANSFER TO THE RELEASE SIDE.
Alarm

CHECK THE SUCTION PADS AND RELATIVE PIPING FIRST.


THEN, CHECK THE VACUUM GENERATOR, LIMIT SWITCH LS-4V2 AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(29): CHUCKING ERROR (LS-4 OFF)


Alarm

THE PRODUCT CONFIRMATION(LS-4) IS OFF.


CHECK THE LS-4 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(30): CHUCKING ERROR (LS-4T OFF)


Alarm

THE PRODUCT CONFIRMATION WITHIN CHUCK (LS-4T) IS OFF.


CHECK THE LS-4T LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

ALARM(31): CHUCKING ERROR (LS-4V OFF)


THE VACUUM CONFIRMATION(LS-4V) IS OFF.
Alarm

CHECK THE SUCTION PADS AND PIPING FIRST. THEN, CHECK THE VACUUM GENERATOR,
VACUUM PRESSURE SENSOR AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(32): CHUCKING ERROR (LS-4S OFF)


Alarm

THE RUNNER CONFIRMATION(LS-4S) IS OFF.


CHECK THE LS-4S LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(33): CHUCKING ERROR(LS4V2 OFF)


THE VACUUM CONFIRMATION 2 (LS-4V2) IS OFF.
Alarm

CHECK THE SUCTION PADS AND PIPING FIRST THEN, CHECK THE VACUUM GENERATOR, VACUUM
PRESSURE SENSOR AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(35): PRODUCT RELEASE ERROR (LS-4 ON)


Alarm

THE PRODUCT CONFIRMATION(LS-4) IS NOT OFF.


CHECK THE LS-4 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

ALARM(36): PRODUCT RELEASE ERROR (LS-4T ON)


Alarm

THE PRODUCT CONFIRMATION WITHIN CHUCK (LS-4T) IS NOT OFF. CHECK THE LS-4T LIMIT
SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(37): PRODUCT RELEASE ERROR (LS-4V IS ON)


Alarm

THE VACUUM CONFIRMATION(LS-4V) IS NOT OFF.


CHECK THE VACUUM PRESSURE SENSOR, LS-4V LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(38): RUNNER RELEASE ERROR (LS-4S ON)


Alarm

THE RUNNER CONFIRMATION(LS-4S) IS NOT OFF. CHECK THE LS-4S LIMIT SWITCH AND
RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(39): PRODUCT RELEASE ERROR (LS-4V2 ON)


Alarm

THE VACUUM CONFIRMATION 2 (LS-4V2) IS NOT OFF. CHECK THE VACUUM PRESSURE SENSOR,
LS-4V2 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy


ALARM(41): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT
Alarm

THE ROTATION RETURN END(LS-14) AND ACTION END(LS-15) ARE ON AT THE SAME TIME.
CHECK THE LS-14 AND LS-15 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(42): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFTWARE LIMIT AND MOLD-OPEN-COMPLETE
Alarm

(MO) ARE OFF AT THE SAME TIME. IMM INPUT ERROR.


CHECK THE IMM MOLD-OPEN-COMPLETE CIRCUIT AND INTERLOCK SIGNAL
WIRING BETWEEN THE IMM AND UNLOADER.
Remarks

ALARM(44): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


THE POSTURE RETURN END(LS-8) IS NOT ON.
Alarm

CHECK THE SOLENOID VALVE SWITCHING SITUATION WHEN THE POSTURE RETURN
SIGNAL(V4R) IS OUTPUT.

ALSO CHECK THE LS-8 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.


Remarks

ALARM(49): LIMIT SWITCH DEFECT


ASCENT END(LS-3, LS-3S) AND POSTURE RETURN END(LS-8) ARE OFF AT THE SAME TIME.
Alarm

POSTURE END IS ABNORMAL.


CHECK OPERATION CONDITION AND WIRING OF POSTURE RETURN END.
Remarks

ALARM(50): SETTING ERROR


THE TRAVERSE HOME(LS-1) IS NOT ON, IN SPITE OF THE CARRIAGE UNIT IS AT THE UNDER CUT
Alarm

POSITION. CHECK THE LS-1 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING FIRST.

THEN, CHANGE THE SET VALUE OF THE TRAVERSE AXIS.


Remarks

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Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

ALARM(60): TRAVERSE AXIS CYCLE OVERTIME


THE CARRIAGE UNIT DOES NOT REACH TO THE TRAVERSE AXIS SET POINT.
Alarm

CHECK THE WHOLE SPEED AND EACH POINT SPEED SETTING.


ALSO CHECK THE CYCLE WATCH TIMER(T23) SET VALUE.
Remarks

ALARM(61): PRODUCT CROSSWISE AXIS CYCLE OVERTIME


THE PRODUCT SIDE ARM DOES NOT REACH TO THE CROSSWISE AXIS SET POINT.
Alarm

CHECK THE WHOLE SPEED AND EACH POINT SPEED SETTING.


ALSO CHECK THE CYCLE WATCH TIMER(T23) SET VALUE.
Remarks

ALARM(62): PRODUCT VERTICAL AXIS CYCLE OVERTIME


THE PRODUCT SIDE ARM DOES NOT REACH TO THE VERTICAL AXIS SET POINT.
Alarm

CHECK THE WHOLE SPEED AND EACH POINT SPEED SETTING.


ALSO CHECK THE CYCLE WATCH TIMER(T23) SET VALUE.
Remarks

ALARM(63): RUNNER CROSSWISE AXIS CYCLE OVERTIME


THE RUNNER SIDE ARM DOES NOT REACH TO THE CROSSWISE AXIS SET POINT.
Alarm

CHECK THE WHOLE SPEED AND EACH POINT SPEED SETTING.


ALSO CHECK THE CYCLE WATCH TIMER(T23) SET VALUE.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

ALARM(64): RUNNER VERTICAL AXIS CYCLE OVERTIME


THE RUNNER SIDE ARM DOES NOT REACH TO THE VERTICAL AXIS SET POINT.
Alarm

CHECK THE WHOLE SPEED AND EACH POINT SPEED SETTING.


ALSO CHECK THE CYCLE WATCH TIMER(T23) SET VALUE.
Remarks

ALARM(65): POSTURE AXIS CYCLE OVERTIME


THE POSTURE AXIS DOES NOT REACH TO THE SET POINT.
Alarm

CHECK THE WHOLE SPEED AND EACH POINT SPEED SETTING.


ALSO CHECK THE CYCLE WATCH TIMER(T23) SET VALUE.
Remarks

ALARM(66): ROTATION AXIS CYCLE OVERTIME


THE ROTATION AXIS DOES NOT REACH TO THE SET POINT.
Alarm

CHECK THE WHOLE SPEED AND EACH POINT SPEED SETTING.


ALSO CHECK THE CYCLE WATCH TIMER(T23) SET VALUE.
Remarks

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7. Alarm messages

Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy


ALARM(68): CYCLE OVERTIME
THE POSTURE RETURN END(LS-8) IS NOT ON.
Alarm

CHECK THE POSTURE CYLINDER MOTION AT MANUAL OPERATION AND ADJUST THE POSTURE
RETURN SPEED WITH SPEED CONTROLLER.
ALSO CHECK THE LS-8 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(69): CYCLE OVERTIME


THE POSTURE ACTION END(LS-9) IS NOT ON.
CHECK THE POSTURE CYLINDER MOTION AT MANUAL OPERATION AND ADJUST THE POSTURE
Alarm

ACTION SPEED

WITH SPEED CONTROLLER.


ALSO CHECK THE LS-9 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(70): CYCLE OVERTIME


THE RELEASE SIDE DESCENT COMMAND(RD) IS NOT ON.
Alarm

UNABLE TO OPERATE TO DESCEND THE ARM AT RELEASE SIDE.


CHECK THE INPUT SIGNAL FROM THE LINKED EQUIPMENT AND WIRING BETWEEN THE LINKED
EQUIPMENT AND UNLOADER.
Remarks

ALARM(71): CYCLE OVERTIME


THE EJECTOR ADVANCE END(ME) IS NOT ON. CHECK THE EJECTOR MOTION AT MANUAL
Alarm

OPERATION AND

ME LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING. CHECK THE INTERLOCK WIRING BETWEEN THE IMM
AND UNLOADER IF THERE IS NO ERROR AT THE IMM SIDE.
Remarks

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Name No. Alarm history display/cause and remedy

ALARM(72): CYCLE OVERTIME


THE ROTATION RETURN END(LS-14) IS NOT ON.
Alarm

CHECK THE ROTATION CYLINDER MOTION AT MANUAL OPERATION AND ADJUST THE ROTATION
RETURN SPEED WITH SPEED CONTROLLER.

ALSO CHECK THE LS-14 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.


Remarks

ALARM(73): CYCLE OVERTIME


THE ROTATION ACTION END(LS-15) IS NOT ON.
CHECK THE ROTATION CYLINDER MOTION AT MANUAL OPERATION AND ADJUST THE ROTATION
Alarm

RETURN

SPEED WITH SPEED CONTROLLER.


ALSO CHECK THE LS-15 LIMIT SWITCH AND RELATIVE WIRING.
Remarks

ALARM(91): POINT SETTING ERROR


ANTI-COLLISION MEMORY IS ON. CHECK THE SETTING VALUE FOR PRODUCT AND RUNNER
Alarm

CROSSWISE AXIS.

CHECK IF CHECK WHICH ONE IS NOT SET. RELEASE BY PUSHING [RESET] KEY.
Remarks

ALARM (199): LIMIT SWITCH ERROR


WHEN THE RELEASE SIDE AREA SOFT LIMIT WAS OFF, THE MOLDING MACHINE SAFETY DOOR
(MD) WAS ALSO TURNED OFF.
Alarm

THE MOLDING MACHINE INPUT IS ABNORMAL.


CHECK THE MOLDING MACHINE SAFETY DOOR CIRCUIT AND THE WIRING OF INTERLOCK
SIGNALS BETWEEN THE UNLOADER AND THE MOLDING MACHINE.
Remarks

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8. Troubleshooting except for alarm

8. Troubleshooting except for alarm


For troubleshooting except for alarms, refer to the following table:
Status Items to be checked Remedy
No power 1) Check whether the power switch is ON. 1) Turn on the power switch (ON).
supplied 2) Check whether the circuit breaker on the 2) Turn the breaker to the ON
interlock box is ON. position.
3) Check whether the connection to the 3) Insert securely the metal connector
molding machine is completed. and lock it.
4) Check whether the fuse is normal. 4) Replace the fuse.
Mold not 1) Check whether the vertical arm descends 1) In manual mode, press the
closed or not. “Ascend” key to raise the arm.
2) Check whether product confirmation is 2) Adjust the limit switch and check
ON (automatic, after product chuck). the wiring.
3) Check whether display of mold closing 3) Check the conditions for ON state,
safe is ON. and safety interlock.
4) Check whether cycle start display is ON. 4) Check whether the conditions for
ON state are correct.
Mold not 1) Check whether the vertical arm descends. 1) In manual mode, press the
opened 2) Check whether the display of mold “Ascend” key to raise the arm.
opening safe is ON. 2) Check the conditions for ON state,
and safety interlock.
No descent 1) Check whether display of mold close 1) Adjust the limit switch of the
complete (MO) is ON (extract side). molding machine and check the
2) Check whether the limit switches at wiring of the control box.
extract side and release side work. 2) Adjust the limit switch and check
3) Check whether the air pressure setting at the wiring.
the high relief regulator for balancer 3) Adjust the air pressure at the high
cylinder is too high. relief regulator to the appropriate
4) Check whether display of safety door value.
close (MD) is ON. 4) Adjust the limit switch of the
5) Check whether the input conditions are molding machine and check the
satisfied. wiring of the control box.
6) Check whether the vertical AC servo 5) Refer to the description of manual
motors and wiring are normal. operation and automatic operation.
7) Check whether the packing inside 6) Check the error display concerning
cylinder is damaged. the servo driver inside the control
8) Check whether the vertical toothed belt is box and take proper measures.
loosened and abnormal. 7) Replace the packing.
8) Adjust the tension of the toothed
belt or replace it.
No advance 1) Check whether the input conditions are 1) Refer to the description of manual
complete. operation and automatic operation.
2) Check whether the crosswise AC servo 2) Check the error display concerning
motors and wiring are abnormal. the servo driver inside the control
3) Check whether the crosswise LM guide box and take proper measures.
works abnormally. 3) Add lubricant.
4) Check whether the toothed belt for 4) Adjust the tension of the toothed
crosswise driving is loosened and belt or replace it.
abnormal.

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8. Troubleshooting except for alarm

Status Items to be checked Remedy


Product cannot 1) Check whether the input conditions are 1) Refer to the description of manual
be chucked. satisfied. operation and automatic operation.
2) Check whether the chuck cylinder is 2) Replace the chuck cylinder.
defective. 3) Replace the solenoid valve.
3) Check whether failure occurs at the 4) Adjust the mold opening of
solenoid valve. molding machine.
4) Check whether the mold open stroke of 5) Adjust the crosswise stroke.
molding machine is incorrect. 6) Re-adjust the ejector advance
5) Check whether the crosswise stroke of stroke at the molding machine side
unloader is incorrect. and change the setting of timer T3.
6) Check whether the protruded part of the 7) Replace the air hose with a new
ejector pin and the setting of timer are one if it is loosened.
appropriate. 8) Apply the mold release agent or
7) Check whether the air hose of chuck repair the mold.
piping comes off.
8) Check whether mold separation is
incorrect.
No return 1) Check whether the input conditions are 1) Refer to the description of manual
complete. operation and automatic operation.
2) Check whether the crosswise AC servo 2) Check the error display concerning
motors and wiring are abnormal. the servo driver inside the control
3) Check whether the crosswise LM guide box and take proper measures.
works normally. 3) Add lubricant.
4) Check whether the toothed belt for 4) Adjust the tension of the toothed
crosswise driving is loosened or belt or replace it.
abnormal.
No ascent 1) Check whether the input conditions are 1) Refer to the description of manual
satisfied. operation and automatic operation.
2) Check whether operation with free 2) Try to execute the operation with
interlock can be executed. free interlock.
3) Check whether the vertical AC servo 3) Check the error display concerning
motors and wiring are abnormal. the servo driver in the control box
4) Check whether the air pressure setting at and take proper measures.
the high relief regulator used for balancer
4) Adjust the air pressure at the high
cylinder is proper. relief regulator to the appropriate
5) Check whether the vertical toothed belt is value.
loosened or abnormal. 5) Adjust the tension of the toothed
6) Check whether the vertical AC motors belt or replace it.
work normally. 6) Remove the cover and rotate the
timing belt and the pulley to check
for backlash. If any problem is
found, retighten the pulley and the
mechanical lock. (Mechanical
lock)
No traverse 1) Check whether the output for traverse and 1) Refer to the description of manual
traverse return is completed. operation and automatic operation.
2) Check for failure at motor and reducer. 2) Replace it.
3) Check whether the traverse resistance is 3) Add lubricant to the traverse LM
too high. guide.

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Status Items to be checked Remedy


Stop in the 1) Check whether product confirmation 1) Adjust the limit switch and check
course of turns off in the course of traverse. the wiring.
traverse 2) Check whether the ascent end and the 2) Adjust the limit switch and check
posture return end are OFF. the wiring.
No posture 1) Check whether the posture action is 1) Refer to the description of manual
action output. operation and automatic operation.
(Air cylinder 2) Check whether the speed control valve 2) Loosen gradually until posture
specification) used for action is too tight. action starts.
3) Check for failure at the solenoid valve. 3) Replace the solenoid valve.
4) Check whether air hoses are bent. 4) Replace it.
5) Check whether the packing inside the 5) Replace it.
cylinder is damaged.
No posture 1) Check whether the posture return is 1) Refer to the description of manual
return output. operation and automatic operation.
(Air cylinder 2) Check whether the speed control valve 2) Loosen gradually until posture
specification) used for return is too tight. return starts.
3) Check for failure at the solenoid valve. 3) Replace the solenoid valve.
4) Check whether air hoses are bent. 4) Replace it.
5) Check whether the packing inside the 5) Replace it.
cylinder is damaged.
No display in 1) Check whether the pendant is properly 1) Insert securely the cable relay
the screen connected. connector.
2) Check whether the emergency stop 2) Reset the power switch.
button is released. 3) Open the cover of interlock box
3) Check whether the pendant power supply and insert securely the connector
connector is properly connected. for communication of pendant
located on the interlock PCB.
No display in 1) Check whether the power switch is ON. 1) Turn the power switch to the ON
the screen, or 2) Check whether the display in the screen position.
the display disappears after a while. 2) Display the screen for system
disappears after setting and change the time for
a while. screen auto shut-off setting.

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9. Internal structure of control box


9-1. Opening the control box

DANGER!

When opening the door of control box for the purpose of internal maintenance, be sure to
turn off the circuit breaker for the control box and turn off the main control power in
advance (ensure that the power indicator is off). Since residual voltage remains in the circuit
for several minutes after the power is turned off, wait for 10 minutes or more and use the
multimeter or another instrument to check the voltage before starting the maintenance
operation.
• When the equipment is electrified or running, do not open the cover. Otherwise, an
electric shock may occur.
• After the cover is removed, do not run the machine. Since the connection terminal and
the charging part at a high voltage are exposed, accidents of electric shock may occur.
• Do not damage or fold the cables, do not place heavy objects on the cables or do not
catch the cables. Otherwise, an electric shock may occur.

z Control box
CZ-500(S)

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CZ-700(S) / CZW-700(S) / CZ-1100(S)

CZ-1700(S)

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z Driver box
CZ-500(S)

CZ-700(S) / CZW-700(S)

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CZ-1100(S)

CZ-1700(S)

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9-2. Internal structure of control box


●Control box
CZ-500(S)

No. Name No. Name


1 Fan 8 Buzzer
2 Indicator 9 CPU PCB
3 Earth leakage breaker 10 Main PCB
4 Magnet 11 PPC PCB
5 Terminal block 12 Regenerative resistor
6 Switching power supply 13 Power supply PCB
7 Servo amplifier 14 Radiating fin

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CZ-700(S) / CZW-700(S) / CZ-1100(S)

⑧ ⑥
⑦ ⑤


12


11


9
B ○
10

No. Name No. Name

1 Terminal block for power supply 7 PPC PCB


2 Earth leakage breaker 8 Power supply PCB
3 Power indicator 9 Traverse servo amplifier
4 Magnet 10 Switching power supply
5 Main PCB 11 Buzzer
6 CPU PCB 12 Fan

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CZ-1700(S)

No. Name No. Name

1 Power supply PCB 7 Switching power supply


2 Regenerative resister 8 Terminal block for power supply
3 PPC PCB 9 Magnet
4 CPU PCB 10 Earth leakage breaker
5 Main PCB 11 Power indicator
6 Buzzer 12 Fan

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●Driver box
CZ-500(S)

No. Name
1 Servo driver (W axis)
2 Servo driver (V axis)
3 Servo driver (S axis)
4 Servo driver (VS axis)
5 I/O PCB 1
6 Terminal block
7 Fan

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CZ-700(S) / CZW-700(S)

No. Name
1 Servo driver (W axis)
2 Servo driver (S axis)
3 Servo driver (V axis)
4 Servo driver (VS axis)
5 I/O PCB 1
6 Terminal block
7 Fan

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CZ-1100(S)

No. Name
1 I/O PCB 1
2 Servo driver (W axis)
3 Servo driver (VS axis)
4 Servo driver (V axis)
5 Servo driver (S axis)
6 Fan
7 NA1CAP PCB
8 Vacuum generation unit

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CZ-1700(S)

No. Name
1 Servo driver (V axis)
2 Servo driver (W axis)
3 Servo driver (S axis)
4 Servo driver (T axis)
5 Servo driver (VS axis)
6 I/O PCB 1
7 Fan
8 PPC PCB
9 Vacuum generation unit
10 Valve

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9-3. Hardware block diagram


●Main body and control box
CZ-500(S)/CZ-700(S)

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CZW-700(S)

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CZ-1100(S)

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CZ-1700(S)

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9-4. Main PCB (NA1MAIN)

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z Connector guide
CN2 Power supply PCB connector:
Board side JST B08B-XASK-1 (8P)
Harness side JST XAP-08V-1 (8P)
Pin JST SXA-001T-P0.6
Pin No. Symbol Name
1 GND GND
2 3.3V 3.3V power
3 InRush Current prevention circuit release output
4 Br Resistance output connection
5 VDC VDC power monitor input
6 AVC Momentary stop detection output
7 24V1 24V power
8 GND GND

CN5 RS485 Communication Connector


Board side JST B10B-J21DK-GGXR (10P)
Harness side JST J21DF-10V-KX (10P)
Pin JST SJ2F-01GF-P1.0
Pin No. Name Description
A1 A Servo communication (receive +)
A2 B Servo communication (receive -)
A3 Z Servo communication (send -)
A4 Y Servo communication (send +)
A5 24V1 24V1
B1 GND GND
B2 GND GND
B3 GND GND
B4 24V1 24V1
B5 24V1 24V1

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CNNT Gate Cut I/O Connector Board side Molex 5566-10A (10P)
Harness side Moles 5557-10R (10P)
Pin Moles 5556TL
Pin No. Symbol Name
1 GND GND
2 L13 Spare input 3
3 L22 Spare input 4
4 24V1 24V1
5 24V1 24V1
6 GND GND
7 V9 NT Gate Cut Pull
8 V10 NT Gate Cut
9 V11 Spare output 3
10 24V1 24V1

CNR Switching power supply secondary side connector: Board side JST B5P-VH (5P)
Harness side JST VHR-5N (5P)
Pin JST SVH-41T-P1.1
Pin No. Symbol Name
1 24V0 24V0
2 24V0 24V0
3 -
4 GND GND
5 GND GND

CNM Fan power connector: Board side JST B02B-XASK-1 (2P)


Harness side JST XAP-02V-1 (2P)
Pin JST SXA-001T-P0.6
Pin No. Symbol Name
1 GND GND
2 24V1 24V1

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CN6 Pendant communication connector: Board side JST B12B-XASK-1 (12P)


Harness side JST XAP-12V-1 (12P)
Pin JST SXA-001T-P0.6
Pin No. Symbol Name
1 GND GND
2 24V1 24V1
3 GND GND
4 24V1 24V1
5 Y Pendant communication (send +)
6 Z Pendant communication (send -)
7 B Pendant communication (receive -)
8 A Pendant communication (receive +)
9 KSW1 Power SW output 1
10 KSW2 Power SW output 2
11 EMG1 Emergency stop SW output 1
12 EMG2 Emergency stop SW output 2

CNF Molding machine interlock connector Board side JST B14B-XASK-1 (14P)
Harness side JST XAP-14V-1 (14P)
Pin JST SXA-001T-P0.6
Pin No. Symbol Name
1 24G2 24G2
2 MO Mold open complete
3 MD Safety door
4 MN Defective product signal
5 MC Mold close complete
6 ME Ejector advance end
7 50
Mold opening safe (RY1)
8 51
9 54
Mold closing safe (RY2)
10 55
11 58
Cycle Start (RY3)
12 59
13 EJ1
Ejector Start (RY7)
14 EJ2

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CN9 Buzzer Connector: Board side JST B03B-XASK-1 (3P)


Harness side JST XAP-03V-1 (3P)
Pin JST SXA-001T-P0.6
Pin No. Symbol Name
1 BZ Buzzer
2 -
3 24V1 24V1

TB1 External device I/O terminal block: Board side Weidmuller LMZF5.08/12/90
Weidmuller LMZF5.08/4/90
Pin No. Symbol Name
1 SP3
Spare output 2 (RY9)
2 SP4
3 SP1
Spare output 1 (RY8)
4 SP2
5 SG1
Jig start (RY6)
6 SG2
7 AL1
Unloader alarm (RY5)
8 AL2
9 RD Descent command at release side
10 OD Release side safe
11 MA Molding machine automatic
12 SP7 Spare input 1
13 SP10 Spare input 2
14 24G2 24G2
15 24G2 24G2
16 24G2 24G2

TB2 Emergency stop terminal block: Board side Satoparts ML-250-SIBF-4 (4P)
Pin No. Symbol Name
1 ES1
Emergency stop input
2 ES2
3 ES3
Emergency stop input
4 ES4

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CN3 CPU board connector A HIROSE FX6-60S-0.8SV2 (60P)


Pin No. Symbol Name Pin No. Symbol Name
1 IRQ0 31 PB4
2 PE13 32 PB5
3 A0 Address Bus 0 33 PA18
4 A1 Address Bus 1 34 PB3
5 A2 Address Bus 2 35 PB2
6 A3 Address Bus 3 36 PA19
7 A4 Address Bus 4 37 PA20
8 VCC 3.3V 38 GND GND
9 A5 Address Bus 5 39 A18 Address Bus 18
10 GND GND 40 A19 Address Bus 19
11 A6 Address Bus 6 41 PD31
12 A7 Address Bus 7 42 PD30
13 A8 Address Bus 8 43 PD29
14 A9 Address Bus 9 44 PD28
15 A10 Address Bus 10 45 PD27
16 A11 Address Bus 11 46 PD26
17 A12 Address Bus 12 47 PD25
18 A13 Address Bus 13 48 PD24
19 A14 Address Bus 14 49 GND GND
20 A15 Address Bus 15 50 GND GND
21 A16 Address Bus 16 51 -
22 VCC 3.3V 52 VCC 3.3V
23 A17 Address Bus 17 53 VCC 3.3V
24 GND GND 54 PB8
25 RXD0 55 PA10
26 TXD0 56 VCC 3.3V
27 PA16 57 MD3
28 PB9 58 MD2
29 PA9 59 GND GND
30 PA8 60 MD0

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CN4 CPU board connector B HIROSE FX6-80S-0.8SV2 (80P)


Pin No. Symbol Name Pin No. Symbol Name
1 GND GND 41 PE1
2 PE14 42 PE0
3 /RD 43 PA15
4 /WRL 44 VCC 3.3V
5 /CS1 45 NMI
6 /WRH 46 TXD3
7 /CS3 47 RXD3
8 PA23 48 GND GND
9 /CS2 49 PE6
10 PA22 50 PE3
11 PA21 51 VCC 3.3V
12 PE15 52 TXD1
13 VCC 3.3V 53 RXD1
14 GND GND 54 GND GND
15 PE7 55 VCC 3.3V
16 PA5 56 PE2
17 GND GND 57 PD16
18 /WTDOVF 58 PD17
19 GND GND 59 PD18
20 /RES 60 PD19
21 TDI 61 PD20
22 TMS 62 PD21
23 /ASEBRKAK 63 PD22
24 TDO 64 PD23
25 /TRST 65 D0 Data Bus 0
26 TCK 66 D1 Data Bus 1
27 PF7 67 D2 Data Bus 2
28 PF6 68 D3 Data Bus 3
29 PF5 69 D4 Data Bus 4
30 PF4 70 D5 Data Bus 5
31 PF3 71 D6 Data Bus 6
32 PF2 72 D7 Data Bus 7
33 PF1 73 D8 Data Bus 8

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34 PF0 74 D9 Data Bus 9


35 VCC 3.3V 75 D10 Data Bus 10
36 FWP 76 D11 Data Bus 11
37 DBGMD 77 D12 Data Bus 12
38 PA17 78 D13 Data Bus 13
39 MD1 79 D14 Data Bus 14
40 GND GND 80 D15 Data Bus 15

CNHDI H-UDI Connector Board side Sumitomo 3M 7614-6002FL


Pin No. Name Description
1 TCK Test Clock
2 /TRST Test Reset
3 TDO Test Data output
4 /ASEBRKAK Break Mode Acknowledge
5 TMS Test Mode Select
6 TDI Test Data input
7 /RESET User Reset
8 GND GND
9 GND GND
10 GND GND
11 - -
12 GND GND
13 GND GND
14 GND GND

z Monitor LED
Symbol Name Description
LD1 RUN1 RUN LED
LD2 CMM1 Communication Monitor LED
LD3 LD3 24V1 Power LED (Red)
LD4 LD4 24V2 Power LED (Red)
LD5 LD5 3.3V Power LED (Red)

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DIPSW 1
Symbol Name Description
1 DSW1-1
2 DSW1-2 Machine model selection
3 DSW1-3
4 DSW1-4
Language type selection
5 DSW1-5
6 DSW1-6
Interlock type selection
7 DSW1-7
8 DSW1-8 S side setting

DIPSW 2
Symbol Name Description
1 DSW2-1 Program write mode start
2 DSW2-2 SH7145F Debug Mode release (Normal mode start)
3 DSW2-3 SH7145F Boot Mode Start
4 DSW2-4 SH7145F Flash ROM Protect Release

JP
Symbol Name Description
JP1 JP1 Molding machine link/independent operation switching

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CAUTION

If the output relay of main PCB (NA1MAIN) is connected to a load that exceeds the
switching capacity, the lifetime of output relay will be remarkably reduced and a fire or an
accident may occur.

Name Product name Model/Specification Manufacturer


RY1, RY2 PCB relay G6B-1174P-US DC24V OMRON
RY3, RY5, Specific load AC250V 8A
RY6, RY7 DC30V 8A
RY8

POINT

For the specification and other information regarding the relay output contact, refer to the
product catalog provided by the manufacturer and connect a load accordingly.

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9-5. AC Servo Driver

●Features
Unlike existing analog controlled servo drivers, this driver is controlled digitally in all points.
Since the axis control circuit is incorporated in the Servo Driver as integral design, no servo PCB is
required.

● Function
The motor speed and torque can be output to the monitor through analogue voltage.
The pendant of STEC-NA1a can be used to change driver data.
Various types of protection functions are provided so that any error can be checked by watching the
description on alarm display.

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■ Precautions

DANGER

1) After the power supply is switched off, the internal circuit is still charged at a high
voltage for a while. When touching the terminals of terminal block and the interior of
servo driver, cut off the external input power completely outside the driver and wait for
10 minutes or more before starting the work.

2) Note that even though the servo driver is off, a high voltage is applied to the motor
output terminals (U, V, W) when the power is on or for a while after the power is turned
off.

3) Since high frequency switching current exists in the servo motor, leakage current
occurs. To dissipate this leakage current, be sure to connect the terminal (E) for
installing driver with the motor earth terminal (E) and ground them at a point. In
addition, ground the driver box and the main body control box. To prevent an electronic
shock or a malfunction, the third earth method is recommended (Japan Standard: 1.6
φ—100Ω).

4) Never approach the motor and its driving machines to avoid possible malfunction after
switching on the power supply.

5) If the machines are not used for a long time, be sure to cut off the power supply.

6) Install the front panel and the terminal block cover when operating machines, so as to
prevent an electric shock.

WARNING

1) Use a specified set of motor and driver to avoid fire or other failures.

2) Do not touch the driver, motor and other peripheral machines because they become hot. A
scald may occur.

3) Do not touch the radiator of amplifier, regenerative resistor and motor when the power is
on or for a while after the power is turned off. They are hot, resulting in a scald.

DANGER

● Do not touch CN1 1-2 terminals because a high voltage is applied.

● Do not touch the regenerative resistor because it becomes hot.

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■ Alarm and Flashing of STATUS Lamp (LED)


When an axis related alarm occurs, the LED flashes. In addition, since the number of flashing times varies
depending on the factor of alarm, the cause of alarm can be recognized.
Number of
flashing Type Description
times

1 Overcurrent error Motor current error.

The average value of motor current


2 Overload error is abnormal.

Motor speed error


3 Speed error
4 Deviation error Counter error
5 Heating Driver error.
6 Encoder error Encoder error
Too high
7
Power supply voltage error Too low
SPI communication error between
8 Servo PCB error
power supply PCB and DSP
ROM error
9 Others
Parameter error

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■ List of alarms
When an axis related alarm occurs, the pendant will display a servo alarm. In addition, the alarm contents
can be recognized through the number of flashing times of RUN lamp (LED).
Number
Alarm of
message flashing Alarm name Description Solution
No. times of
LED
The motor current is too Replace the motor.
10 1 Current error large. Replace the driver.

The average value of Adjust the gain.


motor current exceeds Decrease the acceleration/
20 2 Load error
the detection limit. deceleration.

Motor speed exceeds the Check the detection limit.


30 3 Speed error detection limit. Adjust the gain.

Deviation Deviation counter value Replace the driver.


41
counter error error
Check the detection limit.
4 The deviation counter
Excessive Decrease the acceleration/
42 value exceeds the
deviation deceleration.
detection limit.
Check the SV-ON signals.
Adjust the heating conditions.
50 5 Heating Driver error
Battery is removed from Clear the sensor alarm.
Encoder the sensor and the
61
backup error control supply is OFF.
(only 17 bit ABS)
62 Encoder error Encoder input error Check the encoder harness.
The encoder value Clear the sensor alarm.
63 Encoder error exceeds the rated value.
6 (only 17 bit ABS)
The encoder value Clear the sensor alarm.
64 Encoder error exceeds the rated value.
(only 17 bit ABS)
Motor speed exceeds the Clear the sensor alarm,
rated speed when it is
66 Encoder error
driven by battery.
(only 17 bit ABS)
Check the driving power
High voltage Driving voltage is too
71 supply voltage.
error high.
Check the driving power
Driving voltage is too
Servo voltage is supply voltage.
72 7 low (when the servo is
too low Confirm power supply
ON).
capacity.
Control power Check the control power
Control power supply
73 supply voltage supply voltage.
voltage is too low.
error

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Number
Alarm of
message flashing Alarm name Description Solution
No. times of
LED
REGENERATION
THE REGENERATIVE CHECK THE CONNECTION OF
74 7 RESISTANCE EXCEEDED REGENERATIVE RESISTANCE.
ERROR
THE LIMIT.
SPI communication error Turn on the driver control
Servo PCB
81 8 at DSP side for SE data power supply again.
error
communication
SPI communication error Turn on the driver control
between the power power supply again.
Servo PCB
83 supply PCB side and
error
DSP (detection of main
PCB side DSP).
SPI communication error Turn on the driver control
between the power power supply again.
Servo PCB
84 supply PCB side and
error
DSP (parameter check
error).
DSP Flash and E2PROM Repair the driver.
91,92,93 ROM error
error
9
Parameter Repair the driver.
99 SUM check error
error

Number
Alarm of
message flashing Alarm name Description Solution
Code times of
LED
Battery Battery voltage is too Clear the sensor alarm.
01 1 voltage too low (only 17 bit ABS). Replace the battery.
low
Driving power Power supply PCB Turn on the driver power
02 2
is cut off parameter error again.

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■ Driver data passing

Main ROM
Constant

There are 96 pieces of drive data, of which only 5 pieces can be set. The others are fixed values and cannot
be changed.
The driver data is divided into following 4 areas:
Name of Data Area Description
Pendant Rom In the pendant ROM constant area on the main PCB, data to
Constant be initialized (initial data) is set.
Initial data RAM Initial data RAM in the servo driver to which the pendant
ROM constants are transmitted through MSNET
communication.
Work Area RAM Work area RAM in the servo driver of which the data is
normally changed from the pendant. This data influences the
action of motor.
EEPROM EPPROM in the servo driver that serves as a storage device
for data backup. If the data is not written into the EPPROM,
they cannot be backed up even if you change the data in the
work area RAM.

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When the power is turned on, the pendant Main FLASH Rom constants on the main PCB transmit the
driver data to each axis through MSNET communication.
Each axis starts to operate with the EEPROM data in the servo driver.
Use the STEC-NA1 pendant to execute “Initialization” to copy the initial data to the work area RAM and
EEPROM in the servo driver.
Usually the driver data in the work area RAM can be changed with pendant operation on STEC-NA1 in
real time. However, the data in the work area RAM will be cleared when the power is off and therefore the
fixed data must be stored into the EEPROM with the “Write” command.
Use the STEC-NA1 pendant to execute the “Write” command to copy all data from the work area RAM
into the EEPROM.

CAUTION

z The value of driver data of each axis has been adjusted at the time of shipping from the
factory. Careless change of the value will cause mechanical failure or deterioration.

z The value of driver data will be effective immediately after it is changed. Change
steadily the values of driver data that affects seriously the motor action (such as speed
loop).

z After changing the driver data, be sure to use the EEPROM write command to store the
changed data into the EEPROM. Otherwise, the changed data will be cleared when the
power is turned off.

z If the initialization command is used to change the data in the work area RAM or
EEPROM to the initial values, the rotation direction of motor may be changed. After
setting, be sure to check the rotation directions, correct any wrong directions and store
them into the EEPROM.

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■ Changing the driver data

You can operate the pendant to change the driver data (driver parameter).

CAUTION

When operating and changing the servo driver, initialize the parameters.

Otherwise, the newly added vibration suppression control parameters will not be written into
the driver and vibration or a servo alarm may occur.

1. Press the key to display the menu selection

screen.

2. Press the keys to move the cursor to “Axis

Parameter 2”, then press the key.

3. Press the keys to move the cursor to

“Driver Parameter”, then press the key.

4. The Driver Parameter Setting screen is displayed.

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5. Press the keys or the key (TEN

KEY) to display the password input screen.

6. Enter the password (4321) and press the key

(OK) to release prohibition of change of set value.


If the password is incorrect, a message is displayed.
Then press any key to close the message window and
return to step 5. Input the password again.
7. Press the keys to move the cursor to the desired
axis to set.

8. Press the keys or the numeric keys to enter

numbers.
For the method of inputting numbers, refer to “5-3
Method for inputting numbers” in the Operation Edition.
For the set values, refer to “■List of driver data
(parameters) for each model”.
Two pages of driver parameter setting screen are

provided. To display the other screen, press the key

and press the key (PREV) or the key

(NEXT) .

POINT

When the data on rotation directions is


changed, switch off the power supply and
then on again to make the setting become
effective.

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POINT

If the location of home position return is


displaced a little after the motor is changed,
adjust the location using the offset value (in
mm) for the home position.
Refer to “■List of driver data (parameters)
for each model” for other relevant settings.

CAUTION

If one of the 5 pieces of data for each axis is changed, the data in the work area RAM will
be rewritten. Although this data has influence on the action of motor, it will be cleared when

the power is turned off. Therefore, press the key (WRITE) (step 9) to write the data

into the EEPROM to store the changed data.

9. After the setting is finished, press the key

(WRITE) to store the data.


10. While the data is written, a message is displayed.
When writing is complete, the previous screen will appear
again.

11. Press the key to return to the menu selection

screen or press the key to return to the initial

screen.

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■Initializing the Driver Data

1. Move the cursor to the axis to be initialized using the


same procedure as for changing the driver data.

2. Press the key (INITIAL).

3. During initialization, a message is displayed. When


initialization is complete, the previous screen will appear
again.

4. Press the key to return to the menu selection

screen or press the key to return to the initial

screen.

5. Turn off the power and then on again.

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List of driver data (parameters) for each model

Axis Product Product Runner Runner


Model Traverse
Data name crosswise vertical crosswise vertical
Capacity (W) 400 400 400 400 400
Position Gain 20 25 50 25 45
Speed P Gain 500 500 550 500 420
CZ-500(S)
Speed I Gain 25 40 80 40 125
Home Position Offset 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Rotation Direction 1(0) 0 0 1 1

Axis Product Product Runner Runner


Model Traverse
Data name crosswise vertical crosswise vertical
Capacity (W) 400 400 400 400 400
Position Gain 20 25 45 25 45
Speed P Gain 500 500 500 500 420
CZ-700(S)
Speed I Gain 25 40 80 40 125
Home Position Offset 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Rotation Direction 1(0) 0 0 1 1

Axis Product Product Runner Runner


Model Traverse
Data name crosswise vertical crosswise vertical
Capacity (W) 400 400 750 400 400
Position Gain 20 17 90 17 85
Speed P Gain 500 250 500 250 420
CZW-700(S)
Speed I Gain 20 22 25 22 15
Home Position Offset 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Rotation Direction 1(0) 0 0 1 1

Axis Product Product Runner Runner


Model Traverse
Data name crosswise vertical crosswise vertical
Capacity (W) 750 400 750 400 750
Position Gain 25 25 50 40 45
Speed P Gain 400 700 200 400 420
CZ-1100(S)
Speed I Gain 15 30 10 30 125
Home Position Offset 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Rotation Direction 1(0) 0 1 1 0

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Axis Product Product Runner Runner


Model Traverse
Data name crosswise vertical crosswise vertical
Capacity (W) 750 400 1500 400 750
Position Gain 11 15 50 15 45
Speed P Gain 250 450 550 450 420
CZ-1700(S)
Speed I Gain 20 7 11 7 125
Home Position Offset 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Rotation Direction 1(0) 0 1 1 0

Caution

The values of driver data (parameters) indicate standard values for each model.
Take care when setting the data because the values differ a little depending on the mechanical
characteristics.
The rotation direction of traverse axis listed in the table is indicated for regular operation side
extraction. For reverse operation side extraction, set the rotation direction of traverse axis to
the reverse direction value (0→1 or 1→0).

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■ Configuration of Driver Box

CZ-500(S)/CZ-700(S)
Digital Servo Driver
Traverse Product Product Runner Runner
Axis
axis crosswise vertical crosswise vertical
Power Driver Side CN3 CN3 CN3 CN3 CN3
connector
name Motor Side MT MW MV MS MVS
Encoder Driver side CN4 CN4 CN4 CN4 CN4
connector
name Motor Side MET MEW MEV MES MEVS
TA8098N4111E TA8098N4111E TA8098N4111E TA8098N4111E TA8098N4111E
Driver model and axis 111 111 111 111 111
wattage
400W 400W 400W 400W 400W

Axis No
(Rotary Switch)

CZW-700(S)
Digital Servo Driver
Traverse Product Product Runner Runner
Axis
axis crosswise vertical crosswise vertical
Power Driver Side CN3 CN3 CN3 CN3 CN3
connector
name Motor Side MT MW MV MS MVS

Encoder Driver side CN4 CN4 CN4 CN4 CN4


connector
name Motor Side MET MEW MEV MES MEVS

TA8098N4111E TA8098N4111E TA8098N7111E TA8098N4111E TA8098N4111E


Driver model and axis 111 111 111 111 111
wattage
400W 400W 750W 400W 400W

Axis No
(Rotary Switch)

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CZ-1100(S)
Digital Servo Driver
Traverse Product Product Runner Runner
Axis
axis crosswise vertical crosswise vertical
Power Driver Side CN3 CN3 CN3 CN3 CN3
connector
name Motor Side MT MW MV MS MVS

Encoder Driver side CN4 CN4 CN4 CN4 CN4


connector Motor
name MET MEW MEV MES MEVS
Side
TA8098N7111E TA8098N4111E TA8098N7111E TA8098N4111E TA8098N4111E
Driver model and axis 111 111 111 111 111
wattage
750W 400W 750W 400W 400W

Axis No
(Rotary Switch)

CZ-1700(S)
Digital Servo Driver
Axis Traverse Product Product Runner Runner
axis crosswise vertical crosswise vertical
Power Driver Side CN3 CN3 CN3 CN3 CN3
connector
name Motor Side MT MW MV MS MVS

Encoder Driver side CN4 CN4 CN4 CN4 CN4


connector Motor
name MET MEW MEV MES MEVS
Side
TA8098N7111E TA8098N4111E TA8412N3500 TA8098N4111E TA8098N7111E
Driver model and axis 111 111 E900 111 111
wattage
750W 400W 1500W 400W 750W

Axis No
(Rotary Switch)

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9-6. I/O PCB(


(NA1IO)

CNS PCB Power Connector PCB Side JST B02P-XL-HDB (2P)


Harness Side JST XLP-02V (2P)
Pin JST SXF-41T-P0.7
Pin No. Symbol Name
1 24G4 External 24V power (-)
2 24V4 External 24V power (+)

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CN1 CAN Communication Connector A PCB Side JST B10B-J21DK-GGYR (10P)


Harness Side JST J21DF-10V-KY (10P)
Pin JST SJ2F-01GF-P1.0
Pin No. Name Description
A1 GND GND
A2 CAN- CAN communication -
A3 SG Shield
A4 CAN+ CAN communication +
A5 24V1 24V1
B1 GND GND
B2 CAN- CAN communication -
B3 SG Shield
B4 CAN+ CAN communication +
B5 24V1 24V1

CN2 CAN Communication Connector B PCB Side JST B10B-J21DK-GGYR (10P)


Harness Side JST J21DF-10V-KY (10P)
Pin JST SJ2F-01GF-P1.0
Pin No. Name Description
A1 GND GND
A2 CAN- CAN communication -
A3 SG Shield
A4 CAN+ CAN communication +
A5 24V1 24V1
B1 GND GND
B2 CAN- CAN communication -
B3 SG Shield
B4 CAN+ CAN communication +
B5 24V1 24V1

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CN3 PC Communication Connector PCB Side JST B10B-PHDSS (10P)


Harness Side JST PHDR-10VS (10P)
Pin JST SPHD-002T-P0.5
Pin No. Symbol Name
1 GND3 GND3
2 TXD PC communication transmission
3 RXD PC communication reception
4 -
5 VCC VCC
6 -
7 -
8 GND3 GND3
9 -
10 GND3 GND3

CNHDI H-UDI Connector PCB Side Sumitomo 3M 7614-6002FL


Pin No. Name Description
1 P87
2 GND3 GND3
3 - Non-connected
4 GND3 GND3
5 P86
6 GND3 GND3
7 /NMI
8 VCC VCC
9 - Non-connected
10 GND3 GND3
11 P85
12 GND3 GND3
13 /RES
14 GND3 GND3

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CNA Input Connector A PCB Side Molex 5566-08A (08P)


Harness Side Molex 5557-08R (08P)
Pin Molex 5556TL
Pin No. General symbol Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=1) Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=2)
LHW / Product Crosswise Home
1 I00 L1 / Traverse Home Position
Position Input
LHV / Product Vertical Home
2 I01 LHX / Spare Home Position Input
Position Input
LOW / Product Crosswise Over
3 I02 L2 / Traverse Over Run
Run
LOV / Product Crosswise Over
4 I03 LOX / Spare Over Run Input
Run
5 GND3 GND3 GND3
6 24V3 24V3 24V3
7 24V3 24V3 24V3
8 GND3 GND3 GND3

CNB Input Connector B PCB Side Molex 5566-08A (08P)


Harness Side Molex 5557-08R (08P)
Pin Molex 5556TL
Pin No. General symbol Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=1) Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=2)
1 I04 LHS / Runner Crosswise Home Position LHP / Posture Home Position
2 I05 LHZ / Runner Vertical Home Position LHR / Rotation Home Position
3 I06 LOS / Runner Crosswise Over Run LOP / Posture Over Run
4 I07 LOZ / Runner Vertical Over Run LOR / Rotation Over Run
5 GND3 GND3 GND3
6 24V3 24V3 24V3
7 24V3 24V3 24V3
8 GND3 GND3 GND3

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CNC Input Connector C PCB Side Molex 5566-08A (08P)


Harness Side Molex 5557-08R (08P)
Pin Molex 5556TL
Pin No. General symbol Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=1) Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=2)
1 I08 L3S / Runner Side Ascent End L8 / Posture Return End
2 I09 L4S / Runner Confirmation L9 / Posture Action End
L4T / Product Confirmation in
3 I0A L33 / Interference Prevention
Chuck
4 -
5 GND3 GND3 GND3
6 24V3 24V3 24V3
7 24V3 24V3 24V3
8 GND3 GND3 GND3

CND Input Connector D PCB Side Molex 5566-04A (4P)


Harness Side Molex 5557-04R (4P)
Pin Molex 5556TL
Pin No. General symbol Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=1) Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=2)
1 I0B L4V1 / Suction Confirmation 1 L3 / Product Side Ascent End
2 I0C PS / Pressure Switch L4 / Product Confirmation
3 GND3 GND3 GND3
4 24V3 24V3 24V3

CNE Input Connector E PCB Side Molex 5566-04A (4P)


Harness Side Molex 5557-04R (4P)
Pin Molex 5556TL
Pin No. General symbol Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=1) Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=2)
1 I0D L10 / Extract side Area L14 / Rotation Return End
2 I0E L12 / Release side Area L15 / Rotation Action End
3 GND3 GND3 GND3
4 24V3 24V3 24V3

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CNF Input Connector F PCB Side Molex 5566-04A (4P)


Harness Side Molex 5557-04R (4P)
Pin Molex 5556TL
Pin No. General symbol Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=1) Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=2)
1 I0F L4V2 / Suction Confirmation 2 L16 / Spare Input 4
2 -
3 GND3 GND3 GND3
4 24V3 24V3 24V3

CNG Output Connector G PCB Side Molex 5566-12A (12P)


Harness Side Molex 5557-12R (12P)
Pin Molex 5556TL
Pin No. General symbol Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=1) Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=2)
1 O06 V5 / Support
2 O05 V3S / Runner Chuck Open
3 O04 V4P / Posture Action
4 O03 V4R / Posture Return
5 O02 V3V1 / Suction Release 1
6 O01 V32 / Sprue Chuck Open
7 O07 V14 / Suction 1
8 24V3 24V3 24V3
9 24V3 24V3 24V3
10 24V3 24V3 24V3
11 24V3 24V3 24V3
12 O00 V31 / Product Chuck Open 1

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CNH Output Connector H PCB Side Molex 5566-06A (6P)


Harness Side Molex 5557-06R (6P)
Pin Molex 5556TL
Pin No. General symbol Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=1) Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=2)
1 O0A V8 / Rotation Action
2 O09 V7 / Rotation Return
3 O08 V6 / Nipper in Chuck
4 24V3 24V3 24V3
5 24V3 24V3 24V3
6 24V3 24V3 24V3

CNK Output Connector K PCB Side Molex 5566-10A (10P)


Harness Side Molex 5557-10R (10P)
Pin Molex 5556TL
Pin No. General symbol Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=1) Symbol/Name (I/O PCB ID=2)
1 O0F V17 / Spare Output 5
2 O0E V16 / Slide Motion
3 O0D V15 / Suction 2
4 O0C V13 / Suction Release 2
5 O0B V12 / Product Chuck Open 2
6 24V3 24V3 24V3
7 24V3 24V3 24V3
8 24V3 24V3 24V3
9 24V3 24V3 24V3
10 24V3 24V3 24V3

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10. Data Backup Function

10. Data Backup Function


10-1. Backup clearance function
Mode setting, axis related set data and timer setting can be stored through the backup function even
if the power supply is turned off. In addition, compulsively clearing these settings returns the data to
the initial values (initial data).

CAUTION

Executing this operation causes the stored mode setting, axis related set data and timer
setting to be cleared and the data to be returned to the initial values (initial data).

1. After turning on the power, press the

key and the key at the same time until the

initial screen appears.

2. Release the keys to display the screen shown on

the left. Press the key to clear backup. To

cancel, press the key.

3. When a system alarm message is displayed on


the screen, it means the backup data has been
cleared.
4. After the data is cleared, the mode, timer and
other standard stroke positions will return to the
initial values.

5. Press the key to change the setting.

POINT

The data stored in the Main FLASH ROM


that has been set in setup condition setting
will not be cleared even if the data backup
clearance function is executed. After
clearing the data, you can enter the setup
condition screen and read registered data.

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10. Data Backup Function

.Method for changing battery


10-2.
Pendant install battery for keeping inner time。
Screen shows the alarm that the voltage of battery is too low, please change the battery and give a
check.

POINT

As above mention, when pendants change battery, the time disappear, please set time
again.(According to the technical book[5-4.Date and time setting])
mode setting parameter、Axis parameter and timer setting parameter and so on do not
disappear , so they do not need to set again.

The kind of the battery


Li battery (CR-2032 3V), the useful life is about five years.

Useful tools
・Plus driver (P.2)

1.Power switch of pendant turn to button (OFF).

2. Take out the screw (six piece) of pendant cover with


plus driver, then take out the back cover.

screw screw
※ Pay attention to keep screws.

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10. Data Backup Function

3. Take out Li battery (CR-2032) form the print circuit


board.

4. Put up new battery to the board.


Li battery

Notice1 5. After change battery,assemble the pendant in the


opposite order.

※ Please pay attention to the connector cable, because


it may be clipped by pendant cover.

Notice1. Please pay attention to the enable key which may be fall of with pendant back cover.

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11. Language Setting

11. Language Setting

Select the desirable language for display. 6 languages are available. For the operation method, see
below.

1. Press the key to display the menu

selection screen.

2. Press the keys to move the cursor to

“Language Select”, then press the key.

3. The Language Setting screen is displayed.


4.Press the keys to select the desirable

language, then press the key or the

key (use) to set the language.


※ After the language is selected, the language is
indicated with .

POINT

Six languages are provided: English, Japanese,


Chinese (standard), Chinese (traditional),
Korean and Thai.

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12. Harness

12. Harness

Unloader
Driver
Cable conduit ○
C ○
d

Pendant

Control box

a


b

Molding Machine

Symbol Name Specifications Remarks


CZ-500(S)
CZ-700(S)
201855-001-1
○a Power supply harness CZW-700(S)
CZ-1100(S)
201515-001-1 CZ-1700(S)
CZ-500(S)
CZ-700(S)
201855-002-0
○b Molding machine interlock harness CZW-700(S)
CZ-1100(S)
201515-002-0 CZ-1700(S)
201870-001-0 CZ-500(S)
CZ-700(S)
201850-001-0

C Traverse communication harness CZW-700(S)
201860-001-0 CZ-1100(S)
201510-003-0 CZ-1700(S)
201850-005-0 CZ-500(S)
CZ-700(S)
201850-005-0
○d Traverse power supply harness CZW-700(S)
201860-005-0 CZ-1100(S)
201510-002-4 CZ-1700(S)

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12. Harness

○a Power supply harness


CZ-500(S)
CZ-700(S)
201855-001-1
CZW-700(S)
CZ-1000(S)

Molding Machine Side


成成成侧
Cutting length
切切长

00
Sheath 剥剥
peeled 15
150

R
R
S VCTF 4C× 2. 0sq
S
Model
形形
E
E

收 缩 收 ( 30mm)
Shrinkable Tube
Round
圆Terminal
端端
J ST
R2- 3. 5

Color Terminal Name Remarks


Red Round terminal R Single Phase
White Round terminal S Power

Green Round terminal E Ground

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12. Harness

201515-001-1 CZ-1700(S)

Color Terminal Name Remarks


Red Round terminal R
Three Phase
White Round terminal S
Power
Black Round terminal T
Green Round terminal E Ground

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12. Harness

○b Molding machine interlock harness


CZ-500(S)
CZ-700(S)
201855-002-0
CZW-700(S)
CZ-1100(S)

201515-002-0 CZ-1700 (S)

* The cutting length depends on the model.

Molding成成成侧
Machine Side
Cutting
切切长
length 10100
200 Mai n基基侧
PCB side

剥剥
Sheath 15
200
CNF 14P
ES3
JST
XA连
Connector Metal connector
ES4
接接 金金接头
C XAP- 14V- 1
MA connector
接头
SXA- 01T- P0. 6
MD
MO VCTF 20Cx0. 3sq
MC 第1Pi
No.1 n Shrinkable
收缩收 tube
形形
Model
ME H套收
H tube
MN MA Japan
日日
50 收( 30mm)
手缩tube
Shrinkable Wei dmul l er
SPV 902575
51
收缩收 tube
Shrinkable
54 ( SPV扎线线
Tapin )
55
58 ES1

59 ES2 Y端端
Y Terminal
JST
1. 25- YS3A
EJ1
ES3
EJ2 收缩收( 扎线线
Shrinkable )
tube(Tie band)
ES1 ES4
ES2
Cutting length l =60
1007 AWG22 Black,
黑 切切长
SPV
MA电线
Cable的tie
电of的wire

Mark记tube
号收 H tube
H套收
日日Japan
Wei dmul l er
902575

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12. Harness

Name Terminal Color Remarks


Crimp contact and
ES3 Black
insulating tube Emergency stop
Crimp contact and (Molding machine side)
ES4 White
insulating tube
C CNF-1 Red Signal common
MA Crimp contact Green Automatic
MD CNF-3 Yellow Safety door close
MO CNF-2 Brown Mold open complete
MC CNF-5 Blue Mold close complete
ME CNF-6 Gray Ejector advance end
MN CNF-4 Orange Defective product molding
50 CNF-7 Sky blue
51 CNF-8 Pink Mold opening safe (RY1)
54 CNF-9 Light blue
55 CNF-10 White1 Mold closing safe (RY2)
58 CNF-11 Red1
59 CNF-12 Green1 Cycle start (RY3)
EJ1 CNF-13 Yellow1
EJ2 CNF-14 Brown1 Ejector startup (RY7)
Crimp contact and
ES1 Indigo 1
insulating tube Emergency stop
Crimp contact and (extract side)
ES2 Gray1
insulating tube
Crimp contact and
SPV Orange1 Unused
insulating tube

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12. Harness

○c Traverse communication harness

201870-001-0 CZ-500(S)

CZ-700(S)
201850-001-0
CZW-700(S)

201860-001-0 CZ-1100(S)

201510-003-0 CZ-1700(S)

* The cutting length depends on the model.

Cutting length
切切长

Traverse Servo side CN2 I/O board –(1) side CN1


走走Ser vo侧 CN2 KDK I / O基基- ( 1) 侧 CN1
KB- 1940 0. 3mm2 X3P

green SG AWG20 绿green



SG AWG20 绿色
外外:
Housing: J21DF- 10V- KY( JST)
外外:
Housing: J21DF- 10V- KY( JST) Pi n:
Contact: SJ2F- 21GF- P1. 0( JST)
Pi n: SJ2F- 21GF- P1. 0( JST)
Contact:

收Shrinkable
缩收( 30m tube (30mm)
m)

Traverse
Port Symbol I/O PCB 1 Port Symbol Name Remarks
servo
A1 GND A1 GND
A2 CAN- A2 CAN-
A3 A3
A4 CAN+ A4 CAN+

CN2 A5 24V CN1 A5 24V


B1 GND B1 GND
B2 B2
B3 SG B3 SG
B4 B4
B5 24V B5 24V

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12. Harness

○d Traverse power supply harness

201850-005-0 CZ-500(S)

CZ-700(S)
201850-005-0
CZW-700(S)

201860-005-0 CZ-1100(S)

201510-002-4 CZ-1700(S)

*The cutting length depends on the model.

Cutting length
切切长

Control
控控BOboxX Relay terminal
中继 端端中侧
Power PCB side
电源基基侧TBD
TBD block side

P
RMFEV- SB( 2517) 。 。22.0sq×4C
RMFEV-SB(2517) . 0sqX4C
P

N
N

E E

R Terminal
R端端
1015 AWG16 G/ Y 收缩收( 30m
Shrinkable m)
tube(30mm) R2- 3. 5( JST)
R Terminal
R端端
R2- 4( JST)

Driver control box side


Control box
connector Name Remarks
Power supply PCB
(Terminal block)
P P P Servo power
N N N (DC280V)

E E Ground

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13. STEC-NA1 Parts List

13. STEC-NA1 Parts List


Control Box
CZ-500(S)
Code Name Model Manufacturer CZW-700(S) CZ-1100(S) CZ-1700(S) Remarks
CZ-700(S)
Main Board NA1MAIN STAR SEIKI 1 1 1 1
CPU Board NA1CPU STAR SEIKI 1 1 1 1
Power Board NA1PW STAR SEIKI 1 1 1 1
SW P/S SWS100-24 Densei-L 1 1 1 1
Magnet SC-0T AC200V la Fuji Elec. 1 1 1 0
Magnet SC-N1 AC200V Fuji Elec. 0 0 0 1
Buzzer EB1124 Panasonic 1 1 1 1
Lamp HW1P-2M2W Idec 1 1 1 1
FAN-Motor 6025L24B ND7 Minquan Elec. 2 2 2 1
Breaker EA52C 20A Fuji Elec. 1 1 1 0
Breaker EG33AC 30A Fuji Elec. 0 0 0 1
Terminal blocks AYBN 013-1 Fuji Elec. 1 1 1 1
PPC SVPPC STAR SEIKI 1 1 1 1
TAMAGAWA
Servo Amp (400W) TA8098N4111E111 1 1 0 0
SEIKI
TAMAGAWA
Servo Amp (750W) TA8098N7111E111 0 0 1 0
SEIKI
Regenerative Resistor IRF200NC 60ΩHMJ PCN 1 1 1 1

Pendant
CZ-500(S)
Code Name Model Manufacturer CZW-700(S) CZ-1100(S) CZ-1700(S) Remarks
CZ-700(S)
PNA1-4.5 STAR SEIKI STN
Pendant Unit 1 1 1 1
PNA1-4.5T STAR SEIKI TFT
NA1PEN STAR SEIKI STN
Pendant Board 1 1 1 1
NA1PENT STAR SEIKI TFT
MCT-G240320DTSW-2W(T/P) TRULY STN
LCD 1 1 1 1
L9035NC111 CHIHSIN TFT
ENB-SW HE3B-M2PB Idec 1 1 1 1
Power-SW AS6M-2Y1 Idec 1 1 1 1
EMG-SW AH165-VR01-S Fuji Elec. 1 1 1 1
Battery CR-2032 1 1 1 1

Driver Control Box


CZ-500(S)
Code Name Model Manufacturer CZW-700(S) CZ-1100(S) CZ-1700(S) Remarks
CZ-700(S)
I/O Board NA1IO STAR SEIKI 1 1 1 1
Terminal block DTK-15SU 6P MIBUDENKI 1 1 0 1
Capacitor Board NA1CAP(M) STAR SEIKI 0 0 1 1
Regenerative Resistor IRF200NC 15ΩHMJ PCN 0 0 0 1
TAMAGAWA
Servo Amp (400W) TA8098N4111E111 4 3 3 2
SEIKI
TAMAGAWA
Servo Amp (750W) TA8098N7111E111 0 1 1 2
SEIKI
TAMAGAWA
Servo Amp (1500W) TA8412N3500E900 0 0 0 1
SEIKI

Product Vertical Unit


CZ-500(S)
Code Name Model Manufacturer CZW-700(S) CZ-1100(S) CZ-1700(S) Remarks
CZ-700(S)
I/O Board NA1IO STAR SEIKI 1 1 1 1

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14. Overall Dimension

14. Overall Dimension


14-1. Main body control box

CZ-500 (s)

133
14. Overall Dimension

CZ-700(S) / CZW-700(S) / CZ-1100(S)

134
14. Overall Dimension

CZ-1700(S)

135
14. Overall Dimension

14-2. Driver Control Box


CZ-500(S)

136
14. Overall Dimension

CZ-700(S)

137
14. Overall Dimension

CZW-700(S)

138
14. Overall Dimension

CZ-1100(S)

139
14. Overall Dimension

CZ-1700(S)

140
14. Overall Dimension

14-3. Pendant

141
15. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
15-1. CZ-500 BOX CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

Carriage Unit Side

Carriage Unit Side

External inpit

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.CZ-700 / CZW-700 BOX CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
15-2.

Carriage Unit Side

Carriage Unit Side

External inpit

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15-3. CZ-1100 BOX CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

Carriage Unit Side

(Carriage Unit Side)

External inpit

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15-4. CZ-1700 BOX CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

Machine Side

BOX CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

BOX Side
Traverse
Relay Connector CNPD

NA1IO PCB
NT Gate Cut Connector (Spare) (Carriage Unit
Side)

Traverse

FAN

Product Vertical

BUZZER

PCB
Product Vertical
MOTOR

Regenerative
Resistor
MAGNET
RELAY
FAN1

FAN2
Mode Setting Regenerative
Resistor

Power Indicator
Lamp

Switching
Power NA1IO PCB Product Crosswise
Supply (Product Side)

Product
Servo Motor Servo-Amp Crosswise
Product Vertical Product Vertical MOTOR
Runner Vertical Runner Vertical
Product Crosswise Product Crosswise
Runner Crosswise Runner Crosswise
3Phase Traverse Traverse External inpit

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15-5. CZ-500S BOX CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

Carriage Unit Side

(Carriage Unit Side)

NT Gate Cut Connector(Spare)

External inpit

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15-6. CZ-700S / CZW-700S BOX CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

Carriage Unit Side

(Carriage Unit Side)

External inpit

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15-7. CZ-1100S BOX CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

Carriage Unit Side

Carriage Unit Side

External inpit

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15-8. CZ-1700S BOX CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

GND A1
24V1 A5
CAN- A2 CN2-A A1 - - A1
CAN+ A4 B1 - - B1

Machine Side GND B1 A2 - - A2

4
3

5
24V1 B5 - -
2 B2 B2
CAN- B2 1
6
A3 SD SD A3
B3 SE
7
CAN+ B4 0 B3 SD SD

机机侧
8
SG A3 F

C
9 A4 - - A4
SG B3 B4 - - B4

A
电气回路图

B
A6 +5V +5V A6 S Side
CN1
CZ-1700S
B6 GND GND B6
N 1
侧制制
ELECTRIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM P

GND
24V1
A1
A5
2 CN4 A5 -
B5 SG
-
SG
A5
B5
SCrosswise
MOTOR
MOTOR

CAN- A2 1 U U 1
CAN+ A4 CN3 2 V V 2
L1 1 A1 GND GND B1 3 W W 3

BOXSide
LHX 2 A5 24V1 24V1 B5 CN2-B 4 F.G F.G 4 MOTOR

BOX 侧
L2 3 A2 CAN- CAN- B2 5 - - 5
L1 2 L1 LOX 4 CNA A4 CAN+ CAN+ B4 6 - - 6
molex 1 GND GND 5 B1 GND SG A3
5025-03R1 3 24V1 24V1 6 CN2 B5 24V1 SG B3

4
3

5
24V1 7 B2 CAN-
GND 2
8 1 7
6
B4 CAN+
0
Relay Connector CNPD 2 LHS LHS 1 F
8 A3 SG
走走走走
Traverse

C
LHS B3 SG
中继CNPD
9
molex 1 GND LHZ 2 SERVO-AMP
SG B3

A
5025-03R1 3 24V1 - 3

B
2 LHZ - 4 SG A3
LHZ
1 GND GND 1 GND GND 1 molex 1 GND GND 5 CNB CAN+ B4
CN2-B
2 24V1 24V1 2 24V1 24V1 2 5025-03R1 3 24V1 24V1 6 CAN- B2 A1 - -
1 GND A1
3 GND GND 3 GND GND 3 - 7 24V1 B5 B1 - -
2 L13 B1

4
GND B1

5
3
4 24V1 24V1 4 24V1 24V1 4 - 8 A2 - - A2
CN6 3 L23 CAN+ A4 2
5 A A 5 Y Y 5 NA1IO PCB B2 - -
基基 1
6
B2
JST
CN4 6 B B 6 Z Z 6 CNNT
4 24V1
L3S 2 L3S L3S 1 NA1IO V5 ( -) A V5 SMC CAN- A2
0
7
A3 SD SD A3
SE
Z Z 7 B B JST 5 24V1 NT Gate Cut Connector
外磁外外外 备外外外 (Spare)
(Carriage Unit 24V1 ( +) COM SX100-40-4S-6 24V1 A5 8
B12B-XASK-1 7 7 molex 1 GND L4S 2
( 走走侧) F B3 SD

C
6 GND SD B3
8 Y Y 8 A A 8 B12B-XASK-1 5025-03R1 Side) 1 V5 V3S ( -) A GND A1
9
molex 7 V9 3 24V1 L33 3 V3S SMC A4 - - A4
24V1 ( +)

E
V3S

A
9 24V0 24V0 9 24V0 24V0 9 L4S 2 L4S - 4 2 COM SX100-40-4S-6 B4 - -

B
8 V10 B4
10 KSW2 KSW2 10 KSW2 KSW2 10 5566-10A molex 1 GND GND 5 3 V4P V4P ( -) A A6 +5V
11 24V0 24V0 11 24V0 24V0 11
9 V11
5025-03R1 3 24V1 24V1 6
CNC 4 V4R 24V1 ( +) COM V4R V4P SMC N 1 CN1 B6 GND
+5V
GND
A6
B6
12 EMG2 EMG2 12 EMG2 EMG2 12
10 24V1
L33 2 L33 5 V3V1
V32
V4R ( -) A SX100-40-4S-6
V3V1 molex
P 2 CN4 A5 - - A5 走走 马走
Traverse
6 V3V1 1
molex 3 24V1 24V1 7 CNG V14 24V1 2 5559-02P B5 SG SG B5 MOTOR
E 5025-03R1 1 GND GND1 8 7
-)
24V1 B5
CN2-A
JST J ST 8 24V1 V32 ( A V32 SMC
KEC- 12P KEC- 12S NA1MAIN L4V1 1 GND 9 24V1 24V1 ( +) COM SX100-40-4S-6 24V1
GND
A5
A1 1 U
molex 10 24V1 V14 ( -) A V14 SMC CN3 U 1
NA1PENA 5025-03R1
2
3
L4V1
24V1
L4V1 1
PS 2 11 24V1 24V1 ( +) COM SX100-40-4S-6
GND
CAN+
B1
A4
2 V V 2 MOTOR
V31 ( -) 3 W W 3
PS 1 GND GND 3 CND 12 V31
24V1 ( +)
A
COM
V31 SMC
SX100-40-4S-6
CAN- A2 4 F.G F.G 4
molex 2 PS CAN- B2
5025-03R1 5 - - 5
3 24V1 24V1 4 CAN+
GND 1 CNM NA1PPC SG
B4
A3
6 - - 6
风 扇
FAN 24V1 2
JST A1 A2 Y2 A1 A1 GND GND A1
1 IOF
N.C SG B3
2
B02B-XASK-1 A2 B2 Z2 A2 A5 24V1 24V1 A5 CNF 3 GND
A3 Z2 B2 A3 A2 CAN- CAN- A2 4 24V1
A4 Y2 A2 A4 A4 CAN+ CAN+ A4 制制Vertical
Product 侧上上
CN5 A5 24V1 24V1 A5 CN3 B1 GND GND B1 SERVO-AMP
JST B1 GND GND B1 B5 24V1 24V1 B5 CN1 SG 3
CAN-
B10B-J21DK-GGXR
B2 GND GND B2 CN5 B2 CAN- B2 CAN- 2
B3 GND GND B3 B4 CAN+ CAN+
SG
B4 CAN+ 4 CN6A A
B4 24V1 24V1 B4 A3 SG A3 GND 1 B
B5 24V1 24V1 B5 B3 SG SG B3 - 5 C
JST JST D
蜂 鸣蜂 BZ 1 CN9 B10B-J21DK-GGXR B10B-J21DK-GGYR GND 2 A1 - - P
BUZZER
BUZZER
2 JST 24V1 1 CN5 B1 - - R
24V1 3

4
B03B-XASK-1 A2 - -

5
S
2 B2 - - T
L1 1 1
6

L2 2 CN10
7
A3 SD SD E
B3 SD SD F SE
8
F

C
A4 - -
9
L

A
L11 1 B4 - - M
NA1CPU基基

B
PCB CN3 L12 2 A6 +5V +5V H Product Vertical
NA1CAP L13 3 B6 GND GND G
HIROSE CN3 HIROSE - 4 CN2 CN10 - N 制制侧上上
MOTOR
FX6-60S-0.8SV1 FX6-60S-0.8S2 回 P 5 A5 V.B - K MOTOR

Regenerative
24V1` 4
GND 2 CNA B 6 B5 SG SG J

Resistor
NC 3 CN1 molex
1
2
N
P
回 N 7
CN4 GND 1 molex 5566-02A 回 - B5 1 U U 1
HIROSE CN4 NA1POWER 24V1 5 5566-06A CNB - A5 2 V V 2
FX6-80S-0.8SV1 HIROSE 24V1 6 1 N
回 CAN+ B4
CN3 3 W W 3
molex 2 P
FX6-80S-0.8S2 P CAN- B2 4 F.G F.G 4 MOTOR
1 5566-02A BK 5
GND B1
1 GND GND 1 2 N
E
P 3 CNV CNC 1 N GND A1
CN7 BK 6
2 3.3V 3.3V 2 3 N
3 InRush InRush 3
TBD 4 E E
2
1
JST molex 2 P CAN- A2 A1 BK
CN2 R1
B03P-VL 5566-02A CAN+ A4 A2 -
4 Br Br 4 5 L1 CN4
C 1 5 VDC VDC 5 CN2 6 S1 L2 MAGNET T1
CND 1 N
SG A3 B1 BK
JST L3 molex SG B3 B2 -
6 6 1 P
MO 2 CNF B08B-XASK-1 7
ACV
24V
ACV
24V 7 电磁磁磁蜂
RELAY T2
2 CN2 5566-02A
2
MD 3 T3
JST 8 8 GND 3 molex
MN 4 GND GND
SSSide
侧上上 Vertical
MC 5 B14B-XASK-1 JST
CN1 1
2
A1
A2
风 扇1
FAN1 24V1 4 5566-04A TBE 1 E
ME 6 B08B-XASK-1 DINKLE 2 E SERVO-AMP
50 7
molex E SG B3
WKA508A-03P 3 SG A3
51 8
I nt er l ock
5219-02A
风 扇2
FAN2 CAN+ A4
CN2-A A1 - - A1
54 9 1 RB1 CAN- A2 B1 - - B1
55 10 模模Setting
Mode 设模 CN3 2 RB1 回回回回
Regenerative GND A1 A2 - - A2

4
58

3
11

5
3 RB2 GND B1 2 B2 - - B2
59 12
Jumper/Run R2 1 molex 4 RB2 Resistor 24V1 A5 1
6
A3 SD SD A3
EJ1 13 2 5219-04A
7
SE
S2 CP2 24V1 B5 0 B3 SD SD B3
EJ2 14
8
3 F

C
molex E CAN+ B4 A4 - - A4
JST
9
5566-14A CAN- B2 B4 - - B4

A
B03P-VL

B
A6 +5V +5V A6
CN1 S Side Vertical
S侧
N 1 B6 GND GND B6
SP3 1
1 R T P 2 CN4 上上
MOTOR
SP4 2 A5 V.B V.B A5
SP1 3 CNP 2 S
Breaker S R B5 SG SG B5
MOTOR
3 E GND A1
SP2 4 molex R 24V1
SG1 5 5219-03A 断断蜂 CAN-
A5
A2 1 U U 1
SG2 6
AL1 7 S CAN+ A4 2 V V 2
AL2
GND B1 CN3 3 W W 3
8 TB1 T S R 24V1 B5 CN2-B 4 F.G F.G 4 MOTOR
RD 9 Power Indicator CAN- B2
OD 10 Dinkle L 电源源源源
Lamp
T CAN+ B4
5 BK
6 BK
BK 5
BK 6
MA 11 WKA508-16P N
SG A3
SP7 12 E Switching SG B3
SP10 13
24G2 14 Power
SW电源
24G2 15
24G2 16 1 24V0
+ Supply 2 LHW LHW 1 NA1IO基基
NA1IO PCB 制制侧
Product 制制
Crosswise
CNR 2 24V0 LHW
JST 3 - molex
5025-03R1
1
3
GND
24V1
LHV 2
LOW 3
((Product
制制侧) Side)
SG B3
SERVO-AMP
4 24G0
ES1 1
TB2 B5P-VH-B 5 24G0
- LHV 2 LHV LOV 4
CNA
SG
CAN+
A3
GND 5 B4
ES2 2
SatoParts
molex
5025-03R1
1
3
GND
24V1 24V1 6 CAN- B2
CN2-B A1 - - A1

4
ES3 3

5
ES4 4 ML-250-SIBF-4 24V1 7 2 24V1 B5 B1 - - B1

4
3

5
6
GND 8 1 GND B1 A2 - - A2
2
7
3 - 0 CAN+ A4 B2 - - B2
1
6
L8
8
F CAN-
7
molex 2 L8 L8 1 9 A2 0 A3 SD SD A3 SE
24V1
8
1 GND L9 A5 F B3 SD SD B3

C
5025-03R1 2

A
D
9

B
GND A1 A4 - -

C
3 - L4T 3 A4
E L9

A
2 L9 - 4 B4 - - B4 Product

B
molex
5025-03R1 1 GND GND 5 CNC N 1 CN1 A6 +5V +5V A6
2 L4T 24V1 6 B6 GND GND B6 Crosswise
AC 200V 走走马
Servo 走( )
Motor 走走伺制蜂
Servo-Amp
L4T
molex
5025-03R1
3
1
24V1
GND
24V1
GND
7
8
P 2
CN4 A5 -
B5 SG
-
SG
A5
B5
制制侧制制
MOTOR
MOTOR
制制上上:
Product Vertical TS4815N6902E235 1500W Product
制制上上:Vertical TA8412N3500E900 1500W A1 GND GND A1
Vertical TS4614N6020E200
2 L3 CN2-A
DC 280V 水外上上:
Runner 750W Runner
水外上上:Vertical TA8908N711E111 750W L3
molex 1 GND
A5 24V1 24V1 A5
U U
E T S R A2 CAN- CAN- A2
CN3 1 1
Crosswise TS4609N1035E200 400W Product Crosswise TA8908N411E111 400W 5025-03R1 3 24V1 L3 1
制制制制:
Product 制制制制: L4 2 L4 L4 2
A4 CAN+
24V1
CAN+
24V1
A4 2
W
V
W
V 2

Crosswise TS4609N1035E200
CND B5 B5 3 3 MOTOR
水外制制:
Runner 400W Runner Crosswise TA8908N411E111
水外制制: 400W molex 1 GND GND 3 B1 GND F.G F.G

相 CN2 GND B1 4 4
24V1
AC 33Phase 走走 单走: TS4614N6020E200
Traverse 750W 走走 单走: TA8908N711E111
Traverse 750W External
外外输 inpit

5025-03R1 3 24V1 4 B2
B4
CAN-
CAN+
SG
CAN-
CAN+
SG
B2
B4
5
6
-
-
-
-
5
6
AC220V A3 A3
B3 SG SG B3

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Specifications of this product are subject to change without prior notice.

STAR SEIKI HONG KONG CO., LTD.

Head Office 12th Floor CCT Telecom №.11 Wo Shing Street, Fo Tan, Shatin,
New Territories, Hong Kong (852) 2687-6745

China Factory The First Industrial Zone, Bogang Village, Shajing Town,
Baoan District, Shenzhen City, Guangdong, P.R.C
(755)2962-2537

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