Mitsubishi Electronics TM-RFM manual

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    SH (NA) 030079-A (1211) MEE Printed in Japan Specifications subject to change without notice. This I[...]

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    A - 1 Safety Instruc tions Pleas e rea d the ins truct ions caref ull y bef ore using the equ ipm en[...]

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    A - 2 1. To prevent electr ic shock , note the following WARNING Befor e wiri ng or ins pecti on, tu[...]

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    A - 3 3. To prevent injur y, note the f ollowing CAUTION Onl y the volt age s pec ifie d in the I ns[...]

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    A - 4 CAUTION Do not s ubj ect th e ro tor of the direc t dr ive m otor to m ore t han t he p erm is[...]

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    A - 5 CAUTION Connec t the ser vo am plif ier power s upp ly ou tput ( U, V, and W ) to the d irect [...]

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    A - 6 (5) Corre ctive actions CAUTION W hen it is ass um ed that a h azard ous c onditi on m a y tak[...]

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    A - 7 DISPOSAL OF WASTE Pleas e dis pose a s ervo am plif ier, b at ter y (prim ar y batt er y) an d[...]

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    A - 8 Rele vant m anuals Manual nam e Manual No. MELSERVO-J 3 Series Instruc tions and Cautions for [...]

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    1 CONTENTS 1. FUNCT IONS AN D CONF IGURAT ION 1 - 1 to 1 -12 1.1 Sum m ary .........................[...]

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    2 4. OP ERAT ION AND FUN C TIO NS 4 - 1 t o 4 -1 8 4.1 Star tup ....................................[...]

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    3 9.1.1 Com bi nations of cable and c onnect or se t ...............................................[...]

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    4 MEM O[...]

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    1. FUNCTIONS AND CONFI GURATION 1 - 1 1. FUNCTIONS A ND CONFIGURATION 1.1 Summ ar y To m eet high-ac[...]

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    1. FUNCTIONS A ND CONFIGURATION 1 - 2 Differenc es Classifica tion Item Direct dri ve servo (MR-J3- [...]

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    1. FUNCTIONS A ND CONFIGURATION 1 - 3 1.2 Servo am plifier s tandard s pecific ations Servo ampli fi[...]

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    1. FUNCTIONS A ND CONFIGURATION 1 - 4 1.3 Function list The f ollowing table lists the func tions of[...]

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    1. FUNCTIONS A ND CONFIGURATION 1 - 5 1.4 Model code definition (1) Rating plate MODEL MADE IN JAPAN[...]

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    1. FUNCTIONS A ND CONFIGURATION 1 - 6 1.6 Parts identif ication (1) MR-J3-100B- RJ080W or les s Char[...]

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    1. FUNCTIONS A ND CONFIGURATION 1 - 7 (2) MR-J 3-350B-RJ080W Connector for manufacturer setting (CN2[...]

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    1. FUNCTIONS A ND CONFIGURATION 1 - 8 (3) MR-J 3-500B-RJ080W POINT The s ervo am plifier is shown wi[...]

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    1. FUNCTIONS A ND CONFIGURATION 1 - 9 1.7 Configuration inc luding auxiliary equipment POINT Equipme[...]

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    1. FUNCTIONS A ND CONFIGURATION 1 - 10 (2) MR-J 3-350B-RJ080W R S T Servo amplifier MR C onf igur at[...]

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    1. FUNCTIONS A ND CONFIGURATION 1 - 11 (3) MR-J 3-500B-RJ080W Servo amplifier MR Config urat or Pers[...]

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    1. FUNCTIONS A ND CONFIGURATION 1 - 12 MEMO[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRI VE MOTOR 2 - 1 2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2.1 Rating plate AC DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR TM-RFM002C[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 2 2.3 Installation W ARNING To prevent elec tric s hock , ground each equi[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 3 2.3.1 Equipment c onfigur ation This section ex plains the system config[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 4 2.3.2 Installation orientation The f ollowing table indicates the instal[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 5 2.3.5 Protection f rom oil and water Provide adequate protection to pr e[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 6 2.3.6 Inspection W ARNING Before s tarting m aintenance and/or ins pecti[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 7 2.3.8 Machine accur acies The f ollowing table indicates the m achine ac[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTO R 2 - 8 2.4 Connectors us ed for dir ect drive m otor wiring POINT The IP ratin[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 9 2.4.2 W iring connector s (Connec tor conf igurations A B C D E F) Cord [...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 10 Cable clamp Plug Plug (DDK ) Cable clamp (DDK) Connector configuration [...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 11 2.4.3 Connector outline drawings The c onnector outline drawings f or w[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 12 (b) CE05- 6A18-10SD-D- BSS CE05-6A22-22SD- D-BSS CE05-6A32-17SD- D-BSS [...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 13 (d) D/MS3106B14S-2S D/MS3106B18-10S D/MS3106B22-22S D/MS3106B32-17S [Un[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 14 (3) Daiwa Dengyo [Unit: mm] Hexagonal width across corners D1 Hexagonal[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 15 2.5 TM-R FM series direct dr ive motor This section pr ovides inf orm a[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 16 2.5.2 Specific ation list TM-RFM series Direct dri ve mot or Item 002C2[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 17 TM-RFM series Direct dri ve mot or Item 012G20 048G20 072G20 040J 10 12[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 18 Note 1. W hen the power supply voltage drops , the out put and the rat [...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 19 2.5.3 Torque c haracter istic POINT W hen using a m achine which gener [...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 20 2.5.4 Outline dim ension drawings The ac tual dimens ions m ay be 1mm t[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 21 Model Output [W ] Inertia m om ent J [ 10 -4 kg m 2 ] (W K 2 [oz in 2 ][...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 22 Model Output [W ] Inertia m om ent J [ 10 -4 kg m 2 ] (W K 2 [oz in 2 ][...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 23 Model Output [W ] Inertia m om ent J [ 10 -4 kg m 2 ] (W K 2 [oz in 2 ][...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 24 Model Output [W ] Inertia m om ent J [ 10 -4 kg m 2 ] (W K 2 [oz in 2 ][...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 25 Model Output [W ] Inertia m om ent J [ 10 -4 kg m 2 ] (W K 2 [oz in 2 ][...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 26 Model Output [W ] Inertia m om ent J [ 10 -4 kg m 2 ] (W K 2 [oz in 2 ][...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 27 Model Output [W ] Inertia m om ent J [ 10 -4 kg m 2 ] (W K 2 [oz in 2 ][...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 28 Model Output [W ] Inertia m om ent J [ 10 -4 kg m 2 ] (W K 2 [oz in 2 ][...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 29 Model Output [W ] Inertia m om ent J [ 10 -4 kg m 2 ] (W K 2 [oz in 2 ][...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 30 Model Output [W ] Inertia m om ent J [ 10 -4 kg m 2 ] (W K 2 [oz in 2 ][...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 31 Model Output [W ] Inertia m om ent J [ 10 -4 kg m 2 ] (W K 2 [oz in 2 ][...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 32 2.5.5 Connection of s ervo am plifier and direct dr ive m otor W ARNING[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 33 (1) Connection instr uctions CAUTION To avoid a m alf unction, connec t[...]

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    2. DIRECT DRIVE MOTOR 2 - 34 MEMO[...]

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    3. SIGNALS AND WIRING 3 - 1 3. SIGNALS AND W IRING W ARNING Any pers on wh o is inv olved in wiring [...]

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    3. SIGNALS AND W IRING 3 - 2 3.1 P r ecauti ons for thi s chapt er The f ollow ing it em s are n ot [...]

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    3. SIGNALS AND W IRING 3 - 3 3.2.1 Selec tio n ex am ple of wires POINT Sel ectio n condi tion of wi[...]

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    3. SIGNALS AND W IRING 3 - 4 3.2.2 Co nnec tio n exam ple (1) For 3- phase 200 to 23 0VAC power sup [...]

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    3. SIGNALS AND W IRING 3 - 5 (2) For 1- phase 200 to 23 0VAC power sup pl y to MR- J3-2 0B-RJ 080W t[...]

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    3. SIGNALS AND W IRING 3 - 6 (3) MR-J3-500B -RJ080W MC ( Not e 8) MCCB L 1 L 2 L 3 3-phase 200 to 23[...]

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    3. SIGNALS AND W IRING 3 - 7 3.3 I/O sign al co nnec tion ex am ple POINT For det ails of eac h s ig[...]

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    3. SIGNALS AND W IRING 3 - 8 Note 1 To prevent an electri c shock, always c onnect t he protect ive [...]

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    3. SIGNALS AND W IRING 3 - 9 3.4 C onnect or a nd si gnal ar rang em ents POINT The p in conf igur a[...]

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    3. SIGNALS AND W IRING 3 - 10 3.5 Inter na l con nect ion di agram 3.5.1 Inc rem enta l s ystem 3 EM[...]

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    3. SIGNALS AND W IRING 3 - 11 3.5.2 Absolu te pos itio n dete ctio n s ystem 3 EM1 CN3 20 DI1 2 DI2 [...]

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    3. SIGNALS AND W IRING 3 - 12 MEM O[...]

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    4. OPERATION AND FUNCTI ONS 4 - 1 4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4.1 Startup Start up the direct dr ive[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 2 4.2 Magnetic pole detection POINT Magnetic pole detection is not r[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 3 4.2.2 Driving when magnetic pole is detected W ARNING Note that th[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 4 (1) For the incr em ental system For the incr em ental system, the[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 5 (2) For the absolute pos ition detection system POINT Be sure to t[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 6 4.2.3 Magnetic pole detection m ethod setting Set a magnetic pole [...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 7 (3) Setting exam ple 30 35 40 45 65 70 Existence o r no nexistence[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 8 4.2.5 Magnetic pole detection m ethod using MR Conf igurator The f[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 9 (2) Magnetic pole detection us ing minute pos ition detection m et[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 10 (3) Tr ansition of the s ervo am plifier display (3-digit 7-segm [...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 11 4.3.2 Servo system c ontroller setting (1) Set tin g instruct ion[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 12 (2) Sequence program ex am ple of ser vo param eters on the pos i[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 13 (a) Sequence program exam ple when QD74MH is used The f ollowing [...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 14 (b) Sequence program exam ple when QD75MH is used The f ollowing [...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 15 (3) QD75MH buff er m em ory address of special s etting param ete[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 16 4.4 Servo control err or detection f unction POINT For the ser vo[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 17 (2) Speed deviation error detec tion Set the param eter No.PS04 t[...]

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    4. OPERAT ION AND FUNCTIONS 4 - 18 MEMO[...]

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    5. PARAMETERS 5 - 1 5. PARAMETERS CAUTION Never adjust or change the param eter values extrem ely as[...]

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    5. PARAMETERS 5 - 2 Param eter No.PA 19 setting Setting operation Basic settin g paramet ers No.PA G[...]

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    5. PARAMETERS 5 - 3 5.2.2 List of details Classi ficat ion No. Symbol Name and f unction Initial val[...]

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    5. PARAMETERS 5 - 4 Classi ficat ion No. Symbol Name and funct ion Initial value Uni t Set ting rang[...]

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    5. PARAMETERS 5 - 5 5.3 Gain/Filter par am eters (No.PB ) 5.3.1 Param eter list POINT For details of[...]

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    5. PARAMETERS 5 - 6 5.4 Extension se tting param eters ( No.PC ) 5.4.1 Param eter list POINT For det[...]

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    5. PARAMETERS 5 - 7 5.5 I/O setting param eter s (No.PD ) 5.5.1 Param eter list POINT For details of[...]

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    5. PARAMETERS 5 - 8 5.6 Special setting param eter s (No.PS ) 5.6.1 Param eter list POINT The param [...]

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    5. PARAMETERS 5 - 9 5.6.2 List of details Classi ficat ion No. Symbol Name and f unction Initial val[...]

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    5. PARAMETERS 5 - 10 Classi ficat ion No. Symbol Name and f unction Initial value Uni t Set ting ran[...]

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    5. PARAMETERS 5 - 11 Classi ficat ion No. Symbol Name and f unction Initial value Uni t Set ting ran[...]

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    5. PARAMETERS 5 - 12 MEMO[...]

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    6. TROUBLESHOOTING 6 - 1 6. TROUBLESHOOTING POINT Alarm s and warnings ar e basically the same as th[...]

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    6. TROUBLESHOOTING 6 - 2 6.2 Remedies for alarm s CAUTION W hen any alarm has occ urred, elim inate [...]

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    6. TROUBLESHOOTING 6 - 3 Display Nam e Definition Cause Act ion 1F Encoder com bination error W rong[...]

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    6. TROUBLESHOOTING 6 - 4 Display Nam e Definition Cause Act ion 30 Regenerative error Refer to c hap[...]

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    6. TROUBLESHOOTING 6 - 5 Display Nam e Definition Cause Act ion 50 Overl oad1 1. Servo am plifi er i[...]

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    6. TROUBLESHOOTING 6 - 6 Display Nam e Definition Cause Act ion 52 E rror excessive Refer to chapt e[...]

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    6. TROUBLESHOOTING 6 - 7 Display Nam e Definition Cause Act ion E0 Ex cessiv e regeneration warning [...]

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    6. TROUBLESHOOTING 6 - 8 MEMO[...]

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    7. SERVO AMPLIFIER OUTLINE DRAWI NGS 7 - 1 7. SERVO AMPLIFIER OUTLINE D RAW INGS POINT For the outli[...]

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    7. SERVO AMPLIFIER OUTLINE D RAW INGS 7 - 2 (2) MR-J 3-40B-RJ080W MR-J3- 60B-RJ080W [Unit: mm] Ap pr[...]

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    7. SERVO AMPLIFIER OUTLINE D RAW INGS 7 - 3 (3) MR-J 3-70B-RJ080W MR-J3- 100B-RJ080W [Unit: mm] Appr[...]

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    7. SERVO AMPLIFIER OUTLINE D RAW INGS 7 - 4 (4) MR-J 3-350B-RJ080W [Unit: mm] Approx. 14 Approx. 25.[...]

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    7. SERVO AMPLIFIER OUTLINE D RAW INGS 7 - 5 (5) MR-J 3-500B-RJ080W [Unit: mm] 2- 2- 6 mounting hole [...]

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    7. SERVO AMPLIFIER OUTLINE D RAW INGS 7 - 6 MEMO[...]

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    8. CHARACTERISTI CS 8 - 1 8. CHARACT ERIST ICS 8.1 Overload protection c haracter istics An electron[...]

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    8. CHARACT ERIST ICS 8 - 2 1000 100 10 1 0.1 Operating Servo l ock 0 50 150 20 0 250 300 100 (Note) [...]

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    8. CHARACT ERIST ICS 8 - 3 8.2 Dy namic brak e charac teristics POINT Dy namic brak e operates at oc[...]

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    8. CHARACT ERIST ICS 8 - 4 (2) Dy namic brak e tim e constant The f ollowing shows necess ary dy nam[...]

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    9. OPTIONS FOR DI RECT DRIVE SERVO 9 - 1 9. OPTIONS FOR DIRECT DRIVE S ERVO W ARNING Before c onnect[...]

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    9. OPTIONS FOR DIRECT DRIVE S ERVO 9 - 2 9.1.1 Combinations of c able and connector s et Personal co[...]

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    9. OPTIONS FOR DIRECT DRIVE S ERVO 9 - 3 No. Product Model Descript ion Applic ation 1) Encoder conn[...]

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    9. OPTIONS FOR DIRECT DRIVE S ERVO 9 - 4 9.1.2 Encoder connec tor set POINT Fabrication of the encod[...]

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    9. OPTIONS FOR DIRECT DRIVE S ERVO 9 - 5 (3) Combinations for the encoder cable 1) For incr em ental[...]

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    9. OPTIONS FOR DIRECT DRIVE S ERVO 9 - 6 (a) Encoder cable A) 1) Connector details a) For CN2 connec[...]

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    9. OPTIONS FOR DIRECT DRIVE S ERVO 9 - 7 2) Internal wiring diagram a) For CN2 connector b) For enco[...]

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    9. OPTIONS FOR DIRECT DRIVE S ERVO 9 - 8 2) Internal wiring diagram W hen the dis tance bet ween the[...]

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    9. OPTIONS FOR DIRECT DRIVE S ERVO 9 - 9 2) Internal wiring diagram W hen the dis tance bet ween the[...]

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    9. OPTIONS FOR DIRECT DRIVE S ERVO 9 - 10 9.2 Absolute position s torage unit MR-BT AS01 POINT Repla[...]

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    9. OPTIONS FOR DIRECT DRIVE S ERVO 9 - 11 (3) Environm ent The f ollowing table shows the environm e[...]

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    9. OPTIONS FOR DIRECT DRIVE S ERVO 9 - 12 MEMO[...]

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    APPENDIX App. - 1 App. 1 Parameter li st POINT The param eter whose symbol preceded by * can be vali[...]

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    APPENDIX App. - 2 Extension set ting param eters (PC ) I/O s etting param eters (PD ) No. Sym bol Na[...]

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    APPENDIX App. - 3 App. 2 Signal l ayout r ecording paper 2 1 12 11 4 3 14 13 6 5 16 15 8 7 18 17 10 [...]

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    APPENDIX App. - 4 (2) Purp ose Safer tr ansportation of lithium m etal batteries. (3) Change in regu[...]

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    APPENDIX App. - 5 App. 4 Symbol for the new EU Battery Dir ective Sy mbol f or the new EU Battery Di[...]

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    APPENDIX App. - 6 App. 5 Compliance w ith the CE marking App. 5.1 W hat are CE m ark ing? The CE m a[...]

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    APPENDIX App. - 7 (2) Stru cture The c ontrol circ uit provide saf e separation to the m ain c ircui[...]

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    APPENDIX App. - 8 (5) Gr ounding (a) To prevent an electr ic shoc k, the pr otective earth ( PE) ter[...]

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    REVISIONS *The m anu al num ber is give n on the b ottom lef t of the b ack cover. Print Data *M anu[...]

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    Tel/ Fax Tel : 1-847- 478-2100 Fax : 1-8 47-478-0327 Tel : 49-2102-486-0 Fax : 4 9- 210 2- 4 86- 1 1[...]

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    Warrant y 1. Warrant y period and c overage We will repair any failure or defec t hereinafter r efer[...]

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    SH(NA)030079-A[...]

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    SH (NA) 030079-A (1211) MEE Printed in Japan Specifications subject to change without notice. This I[...]