Heidenhain technisches handbuch itnc 530


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Heidenhain technisches handbuch itnc 530

Quick Links. See also: Service ManualUser Manual. Table of Contents. February Chapters 2 Introduction 5 3 Mounting and Electrical Installation 41 6 Configuring Axes and Spindle Always sort these pages into your Technical Manual immediately. In this way, your manual will always be up-to-date. Page 3 1 Update Information 1. Please file this information here. February Update Information 1 — Page 5: Table Of Contents 2 Introduction 2.

Page 6: Introduction The iTNC offers digital control for up to five or nine axes and for spindle speeds up to 40 rpm. The iTNC is designed for connection of a compact or modular inverter system. Page 7: Overview Of Components 2. Page 8 Option 6th control loop Max.

Page Monitors And Keyboard Units 3 x soft keys for switching soft-key rows Screen layout Operating-mode switchover Id. Page 11 Visual display unit BF Page 14 The axes and the subdivision factor are selected via rotary switch. Page Key Symbols 2. Page Touch Probe Systems TS Touch Probe Touch-trigger probe with cable connection for workpiece setup and measurement during machining. Page 21 TS Touch Probe Touch-trigger probe with infrared transmission, for workpiece setup and measurement during machining.

Page 23 2. Page 24 No. Page 25 Machine Integration iTNC Monitoring functions Amplitude of encoder signals Edge separation of encoder signals Absolute position for encoders with distance-coded reference marks Following error Movement monitoring Standstill monitoring Nominal speed value Checksum of safety-related functions Power supply Buffer battery Page 29 User functions iTNC Machining time Calculation of machining time in the Test Run mode of operation.

Display of current machining time in the program run modes of operation Returning to the contour Mid-program startup in any block in the program, returning the Page Software 2. The NC software is identified with an eight-digit number. If you press the MOD key in any operating mode, you can display the ID numbers of the NC software, the DSP software DSP1, DSP2 and the current- controller software ICTL1, ICTL2. After you have informed us of the SIK number, we can give you the required code number.

Page 32 Activecolumn. Enter the code number for enabling the option in the Keycode column and confirm your entry by pressing the ENT key. Page Nc Software Exchange Note The NC software must be exchanged only by trained personnel. The packed files are transferred to the hard disk of the control and unpacked. The packed files remain on the hard disk of the control.

Page 34 If required, complete or delete the machine parameters. While in the Programming and Editing operating mode, press the MOD key. Enter the code number and confirm your entry with the ENT key. Page 35 Read-in files which you had saved to a PC. The NC software exchange is completed. Page 36 ASCII format into binary format.

The activation of the NC software is completed. Page 37 Deleting the packed While in the Programming and Editing operating mode, press the MOD key. Press the UPDATE DATA soft key. Page Data Backup 2. EXE free of charge. EXE to save all his machine-specific data to a floppy disk, and that he supply the disk with the machine. The disk must also contain the program TNCBACK.

Page 41 3. Page 42 3. Page 43 Inverter System — Basic Configuration Page Shipping Brace Of The Hard Disk 3. The shipping brace consists of two screws, which are used to secure the hard disk to the housing of the MC There are also two additional free threaded holes in the housing, into which the screws are inserted after the hard disk has been released.

Page Environmental Conditions Use of a heat exchanger with separate internal and external circulation. Electronic assemblies may be adversely affected by fine dust or vapors. If no other method of cooling is possible, then ensure that the fan extracts the warmed air from the electrical cabinet and that the air drawn in is adequately filtered. Page Mounting Attitude Of McCcUv Xxx, Um Xxx, Ue 2Xx B Do not mount any temperature- sensitive components!

Leave space for servicing! Free space for air Air inlet circulation and servicing! Leave space for servicing and connecting cable! Page Mounting Position Of Screen 3. BF BF February Environmental conditions 3 — Page Connection Overview For Itnc 3. February Connection Overview for iTNC 3 — Page Power Supply For The Itnc 3. Power is supplied through X69 and, with the UVin addition through a 5 V terminal on the CC Page 53 Power supply for CC to X69 on CC Status signals from UV 1x0 Power supply Warning Do not engage or disengage any connecting elements while the unit is under power!

February Power Supply for the iTNC 3 — Page 54 X69 must be connected by ribbon cable with X69 of the UV This connector is delivered with the UV Page Power Supply For Plc Outputs 3. Page Supply Voltage For Plc Outputs On The Pl 4Xx B 3. Page Power Supply For Control-Is-Ready Signal 2xx B inverter or the UV1xx power supply unit.

The voltage is connected with signal terminal X Page Power Supply For The Display Units 3. The buffer battery may be exchanged only by trained personnel. Battery type: 1 lithium battery, type CR N RenataId. Page Drive Controller Enable 3. X, X Drive The connecting terminals X and X are located on the bottom of the CC controller enabling Page Encoder Connections 3.

The encoder signals are interpolated fold. Encoders with one reference mark or distance-coded reference marks and with EnDat interface are permissible. Page Input Of Position Encoder 3. Page 64 Clock Yellow Yellow Yellow 4b External External Ext. Housing Hsg. Page Input Of Speed Encoder 3. Page 66 Data Black Black Temperature— Violet Violet Hsg. External shield Hsg.

External Hsg. Page Adapters For Encoder Signals 3. Page Analog Input Resolution Module : 0. Page 73 X Analog input Pin layout: PLC on the MC Warning Remember to connect the analog inputs with the correct polarity! Page 75 Connection of Characteristics of the connecting cable: analog voltage Shielding 2 conductors with 0. Page Analog Nominal Value Output The 0 V connections of the nominal-value-difference inputs must be connected with the signal ground.

Page Touch Probe Systems 3. TSa touch-trigger probe with infrared transmission for workpiece setup Page Triggering Touch Probe For Tool Measurement 3. Page Data Interfaces 3.

Quick Links. See also: Service ManualTechnical Manual. Page 3: Table Of Contents 5 Overview of Components Page 4 8. Page 5 22 Transfer of Files via Data Interface Page 6 Note It is extremely important to read also the general safety precautions on the following page, see page 1- 6.

Page 8: Safety Precautions Improper treatment or use may cause considerable damage or injury to property or persons. Page 9: Integral Monitoring System Integral Monitoring System Introduction iTNC features a comprehensive integral monitoring system for the prevention of input or operation errors, as well as for identification and diagnosis of technical errors on the control and the connected units.

The monitoring system is an integral component of the iTNC hardware and software and is active as long as the control is switched on. Page Monitoring Functions Position monitoring in operation with velocity feedforward control erasable MP Page Nominal Speed Value Monitoring 2.

For the spindle, it is effective in operation with following error as long as the position control loop is closed orientation. Page Standstill Monitoring On contours that can be machined with constant surface speed, W is not set.

Page 13 Axes in motion During axis movement, the NC sets the corresponding bits in W Reset W Axes in motion Bits 0 to 8 correspond to axes 1 to 9 0: Axis not in motion 1: Axis in motion July 2 — Page Monitoring Of The Power Supply Unit Since the AC fail is reported to the control before the power fail, the control has more time to react to the subsequent dc-link voltage failure. If a power fail is triggered on the control, all drives are brought to a controlled stop. Page Temperature Monitoring 2.

At approx. As of approx. Page I 2 T Monitoring In the oscilloscope you can display the current values of the I -t monitoring of motor and power module as well as the current utilization of the drive. Page Read Actual Utilization Of Drive Motors Ask your machine tool builder, how he evaluates this PLC module and how this information is displayed. GR Heat sink temperature too high ERR. TEMP Page 18 After switching on again, the machine control voltage can be switched off, and then the control operates normally.

The TNC enters a value Page 21 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number Current to axis The axis motor is receiving current, Inform your service agency. During a return jump from a sub- program, the control found that the calling program had been changed. Page 23 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number Start position Digitizing with contour lines: Check the axes defined in the Incorrect starting position selected.

Contour Lines cycle. Page 24 empty CC block, ISO: G Path comp wrongly You tried to program an APPR block APPR block is permitted only when with tool radius compensation no tool radius compensation is started active. Page 25 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number Path comp You attempted to begin a tool Tool radius compensation can only radius compensation on a circular be activated with a line.

NC block must be a line Path comp wrongly You attempted to end a tool radius C Unknown Hardware defective. Inform your service agency. Check software version. Exchange drive control board. Page 27 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number C Axis module No pulse release for the power Inform your service agency.

Check Uz. Page 28 Edit the part program. CYCL not Cycle cannot be run in the Use another fixed cycle. CIRCULAR PATTERN or LINEAR permitted PATTERN cycles. Page 29 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number CYCL not Cycle cannot be run in the Use another fixed cycle.

CYCL CALL PAT You have used Cycle 12 ISO: G39 CYCL CALL PAT in connection to declare a program containing with cycle 12 ISO: G39 is not Page 30 Reserved xxxx Faulty range data Range cycle: Max. Range extends past software limit switch. No Range cycle defined.

Page 31 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number DEP LCT after You programmed a DEP LCT block Edit the part program. Page 32 C ISO: G2, G3 defined if the starting point and end point do not have the same two axes or those axes are not parallel to the axes of the circle center CC, ISO: I,J;K. Page 33 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number Plane wrongly Radius compensation in a rounding Edit the part program. Page 34 The encoder with EnDat interface is Inform your service agency.

Page 35 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number EnDat defective When you were downloading the Exchange the encoder cable. Page 36 Enter the correct speed. Refer to your machine manual. Incorrect entry in The permissible input range of a Check the input range of the machine parameter was exceeded.

Page 37 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number Incorrect entry in An incorrect value was entered in a Edit your entry. Page 38 You programmed in sequence a Enter a chamfer no earlier than positioning block without radius after two compensated part- permitted compensation, a positioning block program blocks. Page 39 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number Chamfer not You programmed in sequence a Enter a chamfer only between positioning block without radius radius-compensated blocks.

Chamfer not You programmed in sequence a Enter a chamfer only between Page 40 Error in contour The length of the path to be Check the input values. Page 41 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number Pos. Check machine parameter Hardware error. Cutout channels Machine key depressed ZT. HR, Inform your service agency. Page 42 Incorrect include An include file was called that has Check the software version. MCU and CCU. Software error. Page 43 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number Incorrect Erroneous data in compensation Inform your service agency.

Page 44 TNC is no longer accessing the networkalthough the TNC is still device. Protected file! You cannot edit or erase this Cancel file protection. Page 45 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number Locked axis was You programmed a locked axis in a If necessary, activate the axis. Page 46 Exchange the motor drive control board. No rotary axis was The axis recognized as main axis in Edit the contour subprogram. Cycle 27 Cylinder Surface, ISO: programmed G is not a rotary axis.

Page 47 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number All elements While editing the structure of a Insert at least one element. No chamfer as last In the definition of a contour, a Edit the part program. Page 48 Contour A contour starting point lies on a Change the contour starting point contour intersection: The TNC in a contour subprogram. Page 49 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number Contour Two successive contour elements Check the arc end-point are circles with the same center but coordinates.

Contour A contour subprogram contains Add data to the contour only one point. Page 51 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number Power stage in axis Power stage for displayed axis is Inform your service agency. MCU command Internal software error. Page 53 Error message Error Cause of error Corrective action number MCU command Internal software error.

ME: Tape end The cassette in the ME magnetic Turn the cassette over or insert tape unit has reached the end of the a new one. Page 54 Motor defective. Incorrect motor selected MP Assignment of PWM outputs entered incorrectly in MP Assignment of encoder inputs entered incorrectly in MP Motor power cables crossed. Motor encoder cables crossed. Motor connection defective. X with Y. Check motor and motor encoder Phases connected incorrectly to cabling.

Page 56 Edit machine parameter list. A machine parameter has not been defined. The line is generated automatically. MP: Saving not Machine parameter input error: Inform your service agency.