The A06B-6079-H106 is a 1-axis Alpha Servo Amplifier Module that uses a Type A or Type B interface. When installing the module, observe the ambient temperature and output rating requirements. The continuous output rating or continuous operation period of some amplifiers may fall as ambient temperature increases. If the amplifier is used continuously with an excessive load applied, the amplifier may be damaged. Before operating the amplifier for the first time, mount and adjust the speed and position detectors so that an appropriate waveform is obtained. If this is not done, the motor may not rotate normally or the spindle may fail to stop as desired.
If the FANUC motor makes any abnormal noise or vibration during operation, stop operation immediately. If operation is continued, the A06B-6079-H106 could become damaged. Take corrective action before continuing with operation. Be sure to only replace the battery when the servo amplifier is on. If the battery is replaced while the power is turned off, the stored positioning data will be lost. Also ensure that the battery connector is correctly inserted. The cover on the front of the A06B-6079-H106 carries a label indicating the specification code. When mounting a previously removed front cover, take care to mount the correct cover to the right unit.
You can observe an instantaneous motor current value on the A06B-6079-H106 by checking the voltage across a reference voltage check pin and a motor current check pin with an oscilloscope. You cannot use a device such as a multimeter to find the correct values. To check the power supply voltage, use the reference voltage check pin and the power check pin with a multimeter, oscilloscope, or similar. This will tell you the power supply voltage for the control circuit in the amplifier.
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The HMIGTO5310 (HMI-GTO-5310) is a Modicon Magelis GTO advanced touchscreen panel. It features a 10.4 inch display with a 96 MB flash memory. The panel uses an external power supply of 24 Volts DC, and has a lithium battery for internal RAM. It’s back light lifespan is 50,000 hours at 25 °C. Using an SDHC or SD card, one can add up to 32 GB of data storage to the HMIGTO5310. It also has an internal RAM of 512 kB used to back up data. Using either the panel’s software or its touch panels, a user can control 16 different levels of screen brightness.
The HMIGTO5310 weights precisely 2 kg. It measures 272.5 x 214.5 x 57 mm (W x H x D). The HMIGTO5310 can be mounted by using 4 screw clamps with flush mounting.
The HMIGTO5310 supports a large number of downloadable protocols, including the Modbus TCP, Siemens Simatic, Rockwell Automation / Allen Bradley, Omron Sysmac, Mitsubish Melsec, FIPWAY, Modbus Plus, Uni-TE, and Modbus. The panel supports a number of integrated connection types, some of which include the Ethernet RJ45, the USB 2.0 ports, COM2 serial links, and a COM1 serial link. When using the COM2 serial interface, be aware that the serial port is not isolated. The signal ground and frame ground terminals are connected inside the panel. There is risk of electric shock if precautions are not taken. When using the signal ground terminal to connect an external device to the panel, verify that a short circuit loop was not created when you set up the system. Connect the #8 signal ground terminal to remote equipment when the host PLC unit is not isolated. Connect the #8 signal ground terminal to a known reliable ground connection to reduce the risk of damaging the circuit.
When setting up RS-485 communication, the cable diagram for some equipment may require polarization on the terminal side. This terminal does not require any special setting as it handles polarization automatically.
The FANUC A06B-6079-H206 is a 2-axis servo amplifier module. Its standard dimensions are 380 x 60 x 307 mm. The Status display is a 7-segment LED that indicates the operation status on the module. If the Status display is not on then the power is not turned on, the cable has a power connection, or the module is defective. If the module is defective, replace the fuse or servo amplifier. If there is a single middle line on the display, the control power supply is waiting for the ready signal. If all the outside lines are on, the servo amplifier is ready to operate and the servo motor is supplied with power. If an alarm is issued on the servo amplifier, a value other than “0” and “-” is displayed.
A pin board can be used with the A06B-6079-H206. The use of a check pin board allows you to observe the signals inside FANUC servo amplifiers. CN1 and CN2 are wired with a one to one correspondence. The connector pin numbers correspond to the check pin numbers. You can observe an instantaneous motor current value by observing the voltage across a reference voltage check pin and a motor current check pin with an oscilloscope. Note that you cannot use a device as a multimeter to observe the correct values. You can also measure the voltage across a reference voltage (0V) check pin and a power check pin with a multimeter, oscilloscope, or the like to observe the power supply voltage fr the control circuit inside the servo amplifier. If the measured voltage is within 5% relative to the nominal voltage, the measured voltage is considered acceptable.
A special lithium battery can be installed in the A06B-6079-H206. Be sure to install the battery with correct polarity, otherwise it may overheat, blow out, or catch fire. Use the factory-installed protection sockets in the unused connector after installing. This can help prevent the battery from short-circuiting.
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The Schneider Electric / Modion HMI-STU-855 is a 5.7 inch touch panel screen with a Magelis operating system and CPU ARM9 processor. It uses a QVGA TFT color touchscreen with a pixel resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. It uses an external supply source of 24 volts and consumes 6.8 watts of power. It has 16 MB of application battery with 64 kB available to back up data. The HMISTU855 is able to download a number of protocols including Modbus, Modbus TCP/IP, Uni-TE, and 3rd party protocols. When using the HMISTU855, all connections to the communication ports on the bottom and sides of the unit must not put large amounts of stress on the ports. Be sure to securely attach communication cables to the panel or cabinet. Use only RJ45 cables with a functioning locking tab.
Critical detected alarm indicators and systematic function require independent and redundant protection hardware or mechanical interlocks. It is important that when power is cycled, the user waits at least 10 seconds before restoring power. Switching the power on and off quickly can damage the unit. The interface is connected to remote equipment using a RS232C or RS-485 cable. The connector that is used is a RJ45-8 pin type. The using a long PLC cable to connect the unit, a difference of electric potential can be observed between the cable and the ground, even when connected to a ground. The serial port on the HMI-STU-855 is not isolated. The signal ground and frame ground terminals are connected inside the unit. When setting up the RS-485 communication, the cable diagram for some equipment may need polarization on the terminal side. This terminal does not need any special setting because it can handle polarization automatically.
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The Modicon 140DDI35300 is part of the Quantum automation platform. It is a low voltage DC discrete Input Module with 32 inputs. It has 4 groups of channels with 8 inputs each and a positive logic input. The module requires a Bus current of 330 mA, and has an addressing requirement of 2 input words. It accepts 24 Volt DC inputs and should be used with a shared input common wired to a positive potential and is for use with source output devices. It has no internal fuses, but external fuses can be used at the user’s discretion.
The 140-DDI-353-00 Module when On should be kept at a voltage of 5 to 30 Vdc and a minimum current of 2.0 mA. When Off, the voltage should read between -3 to 5 Vdc and kept at a max current of 0.5 mA. Its response time between the On and Off functions is 1 ms. The 140DDI35300 has no fault detection. Its power dissipation is 1.7 Watts plus an additional 0.36 Watts for every input that is in use. Its absolute maximum continous input should be kept under 30 Volts DC. Its maximum input at 1.3 ms should be a 56 Volt DC decaying pulse. 140DDI35300 uses a resistor limited input protection, and it has an internal resistance of 2.5k. External power is not necessary for this module. On its front panel, it has a total of 32 green LEDs that indicate the status for each point. This module is of standard size and can fit into any Modicon Quantum backplane easily.
Below is the Wiring Diagraph for the Modicon DDI35300: