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ACCESSORIES Support arm Frame
(for panel mounting)
Fagor Automation S.Coop.
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ARM 300, 300 mm long ARM 500, 500 mm long
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Fagor Automation holds the ISO 9001 Quality System Certificate and the Certificate for all its products
Fagor Automation uses high quality, highly reliable optic technology to manufacture their linear and rotary encoders. The DRO offers the user features that make his job easier, but what sets it apart in terms of machining accuracy is the feedback installed on the axes of the machine. That is why, from its birth in 1975, FAGOR has dedicated a great deal of technical and human resources to researching and developing encoders until obtaining the matchless quality of their encoders today. This results in a variety of feedback products that includes the recent absolute linear encoders whose protocols are compatible with the most relevant CNC manufacturers on the market.
Power supply protected against AC mains outage Universal power supply with an input range between 100 V AC and 264 V AC (10%); Frequency from 45Hz to 400Hz From 5 C to 45 C (from 41F to 113 F) From -25 C to 70 C (from -13 F to 158 F) Maximum 95% without condensation at 45 C (113 F) Front panel IP54 and rear panel IP4X (DIN 40050) EN-60204-1, EN-50081-2, EN 55011, EN-55022, EN-50082-2, EN-610004-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, EN-V50140, EN-V50141, ENV 50204 and European Union directives 73/23/ECC, 89/392/CEE, 89/336/ECC and 73/23/EEC TTL 0-5 VDC 5% Differential TTL 0-5 VDC 5% Other types of signals using an adapter (consult) 250 KHz
Operating temperature Storage temperature Relative humidity Sealing Product in compliance with safety and electromagnetic compatibility regulations
With state-of-the-art technology
Optical design Fagor uses transmission and reflective optics in its range of encoders as well as patented scanning techniques and components that provide high quality signals.
Type of feedback signals
Maximum feedback frequency
Dimensions in mm and inches
Tabletop models Mechanical design FAGOR's mechanical developments in the last 30 years have resulted in some of the most innovative and efficient methods for minimizing the effects of especially harsh environments often found in machine-tool applications. Standard Feedback systems Series
Electronic design Built-in models State-of-the-art electronics offers a perfect relationship between the reader head and the linear encoder as well as the automatic gain control that assures constant signal characteristics for high resolution. ACCURACY CERTIFICATE Maximum speed 60 m/min Measuring lengths 120 mm to 1540 mm 120 mm to 1240 mm Accuracy ratings 10 m All FAGOR linear feedback systems are subjected a final accuracy test carried out on a computerized measuring bench equipped with a LASER interferometer inside a climate-controlled chamber at a temperature of 20 C (68 F).
( ) Built-in option: Add "B" to the model (for example: 40i-B)
802 TrueVision 40i - EN A.G. Elkar D.L. BI-508-08
Design Small section for installation in limited space
Innova 40i DRO, with color TFT screen and with the most advanced features
3D graphic assistance for programming A single DRO for milling, lathe and generic applications that may be defined by parameters Friendly and intuitive operations Together with FAGOR encoders that ensure maximum system accuracy.
5 m 10 m 5 m 10 m
FAGOR AUTOMATION shall not be held responsible for any printing or transcribing errors in the catalog and reserves the right to make any changes to the characteristics of its products without prior notice.
220 mm to 3040 mm 3.2 m to 30 m
For great lengths
The best DRO in the world FROM ANY POINT OF VIEW
The FAGOR "TrueVision" is the best Digital Readout in the world. It is easy to operate and absolutely reliable; it represents a new technological breakthrough in measuring and control systems for the machine tool. With its exclusive color TFT screen, it is possible to simulate the programmed part in 3D, with an unmatched view from any angle; a considerable advance from the monochrome LCD screens on the market today. The "TrueVision", with the technology FAGOR uses on their CNC's, may be set by parameter to adapt to milling machines, boring mills, lathes, grinders and general purpose applications to show the help graphics and the features for the selected application.
Innova 40i DRO
For Milling machines and boring mills with 2, 3 and 4 axes
Thanks to the TFT screen of the Innova 40i, it is possible to select the X Y Z plane for machining, graphically see the steps to follow to calculate bolt-hole, grid and linear drilling, mill pockets, find an angle with respect to the horizontal axis, see in 3D and in color what the programmed workpiece will look like using machining simulation and much more friendly and intuitive assistance that only FAGOR can offer.
For 2 and 3-axis lathes
The Innova 40i for lathe applications offers the operator graphic assistance that no other DRO can offer such as taper calculation, the combination of the Z1 and Z2 axes or the 16 datum points for as many tool offsets that he can store.
For grinders and general purpose applications
The Innova 40i provides multi-purpose solutions, because it may be adapted to applications as different as grinders, auxiliary axes, metrology, woodworking machines, etc.
Features common to all versions
Calculator 100 machine error compensation points Easy setup and diagnosis Feedback alarms
Graphic programming assistance
Bolt-hole drilling Linear drilling Grid drilling Angle calculation in the plane 3D machining simulation
r Y 4 Y Y d n 4
Part taper calculation 3D turning simulation
Most relevant features
Software travel limits These limits do not cancel the ones already set by the travel limits of the machine, but offer the operator the chance to add other limits between the main ones.
X 5 X X
Highest quality and reliability in DRO
+10 m x -10 m
In grinding applications Its 100 compensation points provide maximum efficiency and guarantee absolute precision. This point-to-point compensation minimizes possible machine errors.
> Bolt-hole drilling calculation
> Linear drilling calculation
> Taper calculation
> Z axis coupling
And many more advantages
Up to 50 part references (datum points). Part centering and alignment Tool radius compensation Machining plane and angle selection Re-Set, Pre-Set, direct mm/inch conversion, combining axes, etc.
X Y Y X Y Ref. 2 Ref. 1 Ref. Io X Ref. 5 Ref. 3 X Y Ref. 4 X Y
Up to 16 tool offsets Combining the Z1 and Z2 axes Preset in HOLD mode Re-Set, Pre-Set, direct mm/inch conversion, Combining (coupling) axes, etc.
Absolute ref. Absolute ref.
> Multi-point compensation (100 points per axis)
> Absolute / Incremental /Io measurement
> Up to 50 part references (datum points).
In general purpose applications Through the USB connection, it is possible to upload/download data from/to a PC or pen drive and download the parameter data or backup from the DRO; for example, in metrology, it is possible to send the measurement data obtained with a probe out to a PC so it can be used for all kinds of operations such as statistics, error graphs, etc.
> Hysteresis factor
> Software travel limits
> Part centering
> Part alignment
> Tool radius compensation
> Up to 16 tool offsets
Innova 40i / 40i-B Installation / Operation Manual
Manual code: 14460086 Manual version: 0808 Software version: 2.00
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4
DRO description... 3
Front plate:.... Main screen description:... Function bar description:.... Turning the unit on and off... 4 4
2.1.1 2.1.2 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199
DRO operation in MILL mode... 5
Display modes.... 5
mm/inch....5 inc / abs....5 Absolute mode:.....5 Incremental mode:.....5
2.2.1 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 2.2.2 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52
Tools and references:.... 6
Tools:.....6 Tool change:....6 Set a new tool in the table:....6 Tool compensation:....6 Reference:.....7 Changing the reference:....7 Setting part zero (datum) as instructed by the assistant:...7 Setting part zero (datum) without using the assistant:...8 Searching the center of a part:....8
2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.3.6 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11
Special functions... 8
Bolt-hole drilling....8 Linear drilling.....9 Grid pattern drilling....9 Go to:.....9 Calculator function....10 Simulation / execution special modes:...10 Cycle simulation:....10 Cycle execution:.....11
3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124
DRO operation in LATHE mode.. 12
Display modes.... 12
mm/inch.....12 rad/diam.....12 inc / abs.....12 Absolute mode:....12 Incremental mode:....13
3.2.1 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 3.2.2
Tool setting:.....13 Setting the tool by touching a part of known diameter:...14 Setting the tool by touching a part of unknown diameter:..14 View tool table:....14
3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3
Special functions.... 14
Angle measurement.....15 Turning function....15 Calculator function....15 40i - Installation/Operation - (1/26)
4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5
Mounting on the support arm.... Mounting of the built-in model... Rear panel..... General technical characteristics... Connections.... 17
Connection of the feedback systems...17 Power and machine connection....17
4.6.1 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 4.6.2 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199 4.6.3
Installation parameters.... 18
User parameters:.....18 Language.....18 Screen color.....18 Installer parameters.....18 DRO:.....19 Feedback:....20 Compensation:....21 Test mode.....22
5.2.1 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4
UL seal.... 23 CE seal..... 23
Declaration of conformity....23 Safety conditions.....23 Warranty terms....25 Material returning terms.....26
Some of the features described in this manual may not be available in this version. Consult with the Fagor Automation branch office nearest you.
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1 DRO description
1.1 Front plate:
* Select axes * Delete axis. * Preset Keys for entering numeric values
Toggle between Z, Z1 and Z2 in lathe mode with 3 axes.
Validate or access to SET
* Abort an operation already initiated. * Delete axis.
Power indicator LED Keys to open droplist buttons of the FUNCTION BAR
Cursor keys. Tool compensation on /off.
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1.2 Main screen description:
Display units mm/inch Display mode: INC/ABS
Set/Clear STATUS BAR
Active refer. Active tool Nr Nr
1.3 Function bar description:
The function bar gives access to the various functions offered by the DRO.
Tool Tool setting (Teach)
Set/Clear Linear drilling INC/ABS Grid pattern drilling mm/inch rad/diam Go to Calculator Angle measurement Turning
Set datum point
1.4 Turning the unit on and off
It turns on automatically when applying voltage or after pressing the on/off key. On power-up, an initial screen comes up for a few seconds and then the work screen is displayed. Turns the DRO on or off.
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2 DRO operation in MILL mode.
2.1 Display modes.
mm/inch Toggle units between mm and inches. This toggle is possible if the installer parameters have been set as toggle.
inc / abs
inc / abs Toggle between incremental and absolute feedback reading (counting). The status bar shows the currently active feedback reading mode.
The coordinates (position values) are referred to part zero. The example on the right would be carried out as follows: Move the axis until the display reads [14.000] (B position) and drill the hole. Move the axis until the display reads [37,000] (C position) and drill the hole. Move the axis until the display reads [62,000] (D position) and drill the hole.
(B) [14.000] (C) [37.000 ] (D) [62.000]
A B C D
The coordinate is referred to the previous point where the axis display has been set to zero. The example on the right would be carried out as follows starting at point A:
Move the axis until the display reads [14.000] (B position) and drill the hole. Set the X axis to zero. Move the axis until the display reads [23,000] (C position) and drill the hole. Sets the X axis to zero. Move the axis until the display reads [25,000] (D position) and drill the hole.
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Tools and references:
Change to or set tool (diameter and length). It offers a 15-tool table.
IIt becomes the current tool.
Set a new tool in the table:
Select the tool number you wish to set. Enter the diameter of the tool. Press Enter. Enter the length of the tool. Press Enter.
This DRO offers a function for compensating tool radius depending on the machining direction.
Tool compensation on /off in this direction:
Tool compensation on /off in this direction: When machining pockets, tool radius compensation is activated in two axes at the same time.
Tool compensation on /off for this corner of the pocket:
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Reference Change part reference (datum), set a new one or search the center of the part. There are 50 references or datum points that may be set for the part when using absolute coordinates (0-49).
1/2 Origin 188.8.131.52
Assistant for searching the center of the part by touching on two sides. Assistant for setting the part zero (datum point).
Changing the reference:
Reference Changing from one reference to another.
It changes to the selected reference.
Setting part zero (datum) as instructed by the assistant:
Set the origin at the lower left corner of the part (3rd quadrant). Set or change the tool. Move the tool to the first side until it touches the part. Press Enter. Move the tool to the second side until it touches the part. Press Enter.
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Setting part zero (datum) without using the assistant:
Reference Set a datum point at a corner other than the 3rd quadrant. Compensate for tool radius on the X axis Touch with the tool on the side indicated in the figure. Set the X axis to zero. Compensate for tool radius on the Y axis Touch with the tool on the side indicated in the figure. Set the Y axis to zero.
Searching the center of a part:
Set or change the tool. Move the tool to the first point. Press ENTER. Move the tool to the second point. Press the key of the axis whose center you're trying to find. The display of the axis whose center you're searching shows a value that is half the distance moved in that axis. Move this axis to zero. The tool is now located at the center.
It gives access to the specific milling functions.
Bolt-hole drilling It allows up to 99 holes to be drilled in a bolt-hole pattern in different planes (XY, XZ, YZ) without having to calculate the coordinates (X Y) of each hole, by simply keying in some basic data. Select plane. X, Y: Coordinates of the center of the circle where the holes will be drilled referred to the active reference zero. Radius of the circle where the holes will be drilled. Number of holes. Alpha: Total angle between the first and last hole of the circle. Beta: Position of the first hole.
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Linear drilling It allows up to 99 holes to be drilled in line in different planes (XY, XZ, YZ) without having to calculate the coordinates (X Y) of each hole, by simply keying in some basic data. Select plane. X, Y: Coordinates of the center of the circle where the holes will be drilled referred to the active reference zero. Distance between holes. Number of holes. Alpha: Inclination of the line of holes.
Grid pattern drilling.
Grid pattern drilling. It allows up to 99 holes to be drilled in grid or frame pattern in different planes (XY, XZ, YZ) without having to calculate the coordinates (X Y) of each hole, by simply keying in some basic data. Select plane. Type: Grid (a matrix of holes) or frame (holes in the perimeter of a frame). X, Y:Coordinates of the center of the circle where the holes will be drilled referred to the active reference zero. Inc 1: Gap between the holes of the grid along the X axis. Inc 2: Gap between the holes of the grid along the Y axis. Alpha: Inclination of the matrix of holes. N 1: Nr of holes along the X axis. N 2: Nr of holes along the Y axis.
Go to This function is the alternative to the most commonly used positioning method consisting in presetting an incremental zero at a point and moving the axis until the display shows the desired coordinate. The Go to function may be used to do the same in the opposite direction, you enter the coordinates of the target point and the DRO screen shows these values with the negative sign. The operator must move the axes to zero. The advantage of using this method is that the operator does not have to memorize the target coordinates, he simply has to move the axes to zero.
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When presetting a value on an axis, press ENTER to go on to the next axis and validate the data just entered.
Calculator It may be used to carry out mathematical and trigonometric operations as well as preset the desired axis with the result of the calculation or import the displayed coordinate values into the calculator to carry out math operations. Different types of calculators may be selected at the function bar: Arithmetic, trigonometric and for square functions.
Numeric Numeric calculator. Functions:
+ - x /
Trigonom Trignometric calculator. Functions: Sin, Cos, Tan. Square Functions: To Exit the calculator Set an axis with the result or Insert a value into the calculator. Exit Set Exit the calculator. Set one of the axis with the result of the calculator. To do this, access the calculator by
pressing the Calc button of the function bar on the Preset screen. Insert Enter the value of an axis, PI or 2PI into the calculator.
Simulation / execution special modes:
After completing the data that define a drilling cycle, you can execute the cycle or simulate it to verify that data entered is correct.
Bolt-hole drilling Linear drilling Grid pattern drilling The simulation may be seen in the following modes: tool movement, views and sections or 3D. Function Show Graph
Tool movement Tool movement
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Engineering Drawing Consists of a top view and two sections with a mobile partition by pressing the arrow keys.
3D The 3D graphic may be rotated using the arrow keys. 2D views
Opens the window for entering the actual (real) part dimensions. Viewing the simulation in real mode requires entering the real X, Y, Z dimensions of the part.
Pressing the Run key, the DRO shows the distance the axes must move to position at the first hole. Move the axes to zero. The status bar indicates the number of the current hole and the total number of holes programmed in the cycle.
Total number of holes programmed Current hole Nr. Once positioned at the drilling point, touch the surface with the tool.Press the Z axis key. The Z axis display is set to zero. Press Enter. A window opens for entering the hole depth. Press Enter to validate. The entered depth value is shown on the Z axis display. Move the Z axis until its display reads zero. This way, the hole is drilled with the indicated depth. Press this key to show the coordinates of the next drilling position (hole). Repeat these steps until all the holes of the circle are drilled.
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3 DRO operation in LATHE mode.
3.1 Display modes.
Display Toggle the reading of the second axis between Z (Z1 + Z2), Z1 or Z2, when the DRO has been set for 3axis lathe.
rad/diam Toggle between radius mode and diameter mode. It only affects the X axis. In diameter mode, the X axis display shows twice the actual distance traveled by the tool. When this mode is active, the X axis display shows the sign.
In radius mode, the X axis display shows the actual distance traveled.
inc / abs
Toggle between incremental and absolute feedback reading (counting). The status bar shows the currently active mode.
In this mode, the coordinates (position values) are referred to part zero. Example on the right: Set the DRO in absolute mode. Set part zero (datum). Run several passes moving the Z axis from 0 to 63.6 until obtaining the desired diameter. Run several passes moving the Z axis from 0 to 47.6 until obtaining the desired diameter. Run several passes moving the Z axis from 0 to 22.6 until obtaining the desired diameter. A
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The coordinate is referred to the previous point where the axis display has been set to zero. Set the dro in incremental mode. Set a floating zero (Z=0) at point A. Preset the Z axis with 22.6. Run several passes moving the Z axis to zero until obtaining the desired diameter. Clear Z axis. Preset the Z axis with 25. Run several passes moving the Z axis to zero until obtaining the desired diameter. Clear Z axis. Preset the Z axis with 15. Run several passes moving the Z axis to zero until obtaining the desired diameter. A
Tool Set or change the tool. Up to 16 tool offsets may be defined at this DRO, from tool 0 to tool 15. The unit stores in its internal memory the relative offsets of all the tools with respect to tool 0. (Master tool). Therefore, if tool 0 has been preset in ABS mode (on X and Z) and, then, the rest of the tools, it will suffice to just preset the master tool (tool 0) again (on Z) for the new part. The DRO will then automatically recalculate all the offsets of the rest of the tools without having to preset them for each part. Teach Table Assistant for setting new tool offsets. Access to the tool table.
When going into Teach mode, if the DRO was in INC mode, it switches to ABS mode.
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Setting the tool by touching a part of known diameter:
Enter tool number. Press Enter. Move the X axis until the tool touches the part. Preset the part diameter. Move the Z axis until the tool touches the part. Preset the value for the Z axis. Press button to validate.
Setting the tool by touching a part of unknown diameter:
When the part must be removed to measure its dimensions, use the HOLD function. Enter tool number. Press Enter. Move the X axis until the tool touches the part. Move the Z axis until the tool touches the part.
Press HOLD for both axes. Remove the part and measure it. Preset the X axis with the measured diameter value. Preset the value for the Z axis. Press button to validate. These tool presets are kept in memory even when the unit is powered off up to a maximum of 10 years.
The presets done with any tool in incremental mode change the part zero for all the tools. If a tool offset has been preset in Z1, Z2 or Z (Z1 + Z2) mode, that tool must be used in the same mode (Z1, Z2 or Z) when using it to machine the part. The tool offsets are referred to the machine zero found at the time. When turning the DRO on, it is necessary to find the same reference mark.
View tool table:
Tool View tool offset table. Table
It gives access to the specific lathe functions.
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Angle measurement It may be used to calculate the angle or taper of a part by touching two points. Touch the first point and press Enter. Touch the second point and press Enter. It shows the calculated angle in degrees and degrees minutes - seconds.
Turning Assistant for defining a turning cycle after having entered the following data: X: Starting diameter. Move the X axis until the tool touches the part. Press X axis button to enter the position value on the X axis. If the part diameter is known, its value may be entered directly. Press Enter. The next field (box) is activated. Z: Starting Z axis starting value. Move the Z axis until the tool touches the part. Press a value or press the Z axis button to enter the position value shown on the Z axis display. Press Enter. The next field (box) is activated. X: Enter final diameter. Press Enter. Z: Enter Z axis final value. Press Enter. Cut: Enter cutting pass in mm. Execute turning cycle. Move the axes until both axis displays read zero. Go on to the next execution step.
Total number of st Current step Nr.
Calculator See section 2.3.5 on page 10
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4 DRO installation
There are two ways to mount the Innova 40i M: 1- Mounted on the support arm. 2- Built-in model.
Mounting on the support arm.
The DRO may be mounted at the desired height and may be oriented at will. The DRO is mounted on to the support arm using two set-screws.
Setup Configuration Install DRO Axes
These parameters must be set for each axis. 1- Combine axes: It is possible to add/subtract any axis to/ from another axis. The factory setting is NO. Rotary axes cannot be combined. 2- Display resolution: It is the resolution of the DRO. It makes it possible to display the position with a coarser resolution than that of the feedback device, although the actual internal calculation is done with the finest resolution. Factory setting: 0.0000. It means that the display resolution is the encoder resolution. 3- Reverse the feedback reading (pulse direction: YES or NO. Factory setting: NO. counting)
4-DispFeedrate: Axis feed rate, both in mill and lathe modes. When activating this option ("YES"), the screens shows a window indicating the feed rate of each axis. The units will be m/min or inches/min depending on whether MM or INCH is active. Name The names of the axes may also be changed instead of calling them X, Y or Z.
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Turn on/off the various types of alarms. These alarms must be set for each axis. The following screen is displayed: 1- 1 Vpp alarm: The DRO checks the amplitude and phase shift of 1 Vpp signals. An alarm is displayed when any of the signals gets out of the set limits. 2- Feedback alarm: Feedback alarm provided by TTL angular encoders. It may be active low (TTL O) or active high (TTL 1). 3- Feed rate overrun alarm: When set to YES, an alarm is issued over 200 kHz. 4- Travel limits: Setting it to YES activates two more fields (boxes) for entering the travel limits. A warning appears on the screen when overrunning these limits.
Configuration Install Feedback
Use this screen to set the characteristics of the encoder. They are parameters for each axis. The sections to be set are: 1- Type of axis: Linear or rotary. 1.1- LINEAR: It requests the resolution of the linear encoder. 1.2- ROTARY: It requests the number of pulses / turn of the encoder. 2- Type of encoder signal: TTL, 1 Vpp or SSI. 2.1- TTL: It requests the resolution of the linear encoder or Nr of pulses of the encoder. The following table shows the resolutions of FAGOR TTL linear encoders. 2.2- 1Vpp: The TTL MULTIPLICATION and SINUSOIDAL MULTIPLICATION boxes are activated.
Model MT/MKT, MTD, CT & FT Resolution 0.005 mm
MX/MKX, CX, SX, GX, FX, LX, MOX, 0.001 mm COX, SOX, GOX, FOX & LOX SY, SOY, SSY, GY, GOY & GSY SW, SOW, SSW, GW, GOW & GSW 0.0005 mm 0.0001 mm
* TTL multiplication. Options: 0.5, 1, 2, 4. The factory setting is 4 and it is the one normally used with FAGOR linear encoders. * Sinusoidal multiplication. Options: 1, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50. One or the other is used depending on the resolution to be obtained if the feedback signal is 1Vpp or TTL with distance-coded reference marks. Example: We wish to install a FAGOR GP linear encoder (1 Vpp and 20-micron-pitch graduated glass) with 1 micron resolution. : Therefore, a 1-micron resolution, would require a sinusoidal multiplying factor of 5.
Resolution = 1 m = Graduation pitch (20, 40 or 100 m) TTL multiplier * Sinusoidal multiplier 20 m 4*5
If the feedback signal is TTL with NO distance-coded reference marks, like GX, FT, SY etc. the value for this parameter will be "1".
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If the feedback signal is TTL with NO distance-coded reference marks, like GX, FT, SY etc. the value for this parameter will be "1". 2.3- SSI: It is the protocol used to communicate with absolute encoders. This protocol is configured with the following parameters: * Resolution: Only requested if the axis is linear. The resolution to be used with FAGOR absolute linear encoders is 0.0001 mm. * Number of bits: It sets the digital communication between the encoder and the DRO. The factory setting and the one used with absolute linear encoders are 32 bits.
Setup Configuration Install Feedback Reference This window sets the parameters related to home search and the type of reference mark of the encoder. This configuration must be set for each axis. * User offset: Offset of the reference point with respect to the reference zero of the feedback device, independent for each axis. Usually, the machine reference zero (reference mark of the linear encoder) does not coincide with the absolute zero to be used. Therefore, this parameter must be assigned the value of the distance from the machine zero point to the feedback reference point. Factory setting: 0. This value will be in mm or inches depending on whether the DRO units have been set in "mm" or "INCH". * Mandatory Home search. When set to YES, every time the DRO is turned on, it forces a home search. It is recommended to set it to YES when the DRO uses positioning error compensation because if the compensated axis is not homed, the compensation will not be applied. * Type: It sets the reference system of the linear encoder: NONE, NORMAL (INCREMENTAL) or DISTANCE-CODED. When selecting DISTANCE-CODED, you must set the engraving pitch of the linear encoder (20 m, 40 m or 100 m) and the external multiplying factor (1,5,10,25 or 50). Exit and save data.
Configuration Install Comp.
Choose the type of compensation to be used. 1- NONE. 2- LINEAR. Choose LINEAR from the list, press Enter to validate it. Edit Press Edit to enter the compensation value. The following window is opened:
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Even when working in inches, this value must always be in mm. Enter the linear compensation value and press Enter. 3- MULTI POINT. Choose MULTI-POINT from the list and press Enter to validate it.
Important Before capturing data for an accuracy graph, a home
search must be carried out because the compensation will not be applied until the home search is done. To use this compensation, it is recommended to force a home search on power-up. Edit Pressing the Edit button displays a table with 40 points and their corresponding error values. Error to be compensated = Master's actual position displayed position There is no need to use all the points. The compensation point must have at least one point with no error (error 0). Different options are offered when the Function button is pressed: * Exit: Function Exit * Draw Graph: Function Draw Graph Draws a graph with the points and errors entered. It is recommended to check the graph to detect possible mistakes made when entering data. To exit the screen saving the data.
It may be used to know system information such as software version, hardware version, software burning date, etc. Pressing the Test key displays the software and hardware versions, software recording date, checksum, error history, etc. Pressing Test again offers the chance to run different tests that are very useful for troubleshooting the DRO itself or the encoder. The Test mode is for the installer only and the access is protected with a password. Password: 231202
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5.1 5.2 UL seal
see "Rear panel" (page 16).
Warning Before starting up the DRO, carefully read the instructions of Chapter 2 in this manual. The DRO must not be powered-on until verifying that the machine complies with the "89/392/ CEE" Directive.
Declaration of conformity
Manufacturer: Fagor Automation, S. Coop. Barrio de San Andrs 19, C.P. 20500, Mondragn -Guipzcoa (ESPAA) We hereby declare, under our responsibility that the product: Fagor Digital Readout: 40i, 40i-B meets the following directives:
SAFETY EN 60204-1Machine safety. Electrical equipment of the machines
EN 61000-6-4Emission, EN 55011Radiated. Class A, Group 1, EN 55011Conducted. Class A, Group 1, EN 61000-3-2Harmonics, EN 61000-3-3Flickers, EN 61000-6-2Immunity, EN 61000-4-2Electrostatic discharges, EN 61000-4-3Electromagnetic fields radiated in radiofrequency, EN 61000-4-4Rapid transients and blasts, EN 61000-4-5Shockwaves, EN 61000-4-6Disturbances conducted by fields in radiofrequency, EN 61000-4-8Magnetic fields at mains frequency, EN 61000-4-11Voltage variations and outages, ENV 50204 Electromagnetic fields irradiated by radio telephones. As instructed by the European Community Directives on Low Voltage: 73/23/EEC, (and the 93/68/EEC amendment) on Machine Safety 89/392/EEC and 89/336/EEC on Electromagnetic Compatibility. In Mondragn, April 1st, 2005
Symbols that may be carried on the product
WARNING symbol. It has an associated text indicating those actions or operations may hurt people or damage products. "Electrical shock" symbol. It indicates that point may be under electrical voltage. "Ground Protection" symbol. It indicates that point must be connected to the main ground point of the machine as protection for people and units.
WARRANT All products manufactured or marketed by Fagor Automation has a warranty period of 12 months from the Y day they are shipped out of our warehouses.
The mentioned warranty covers repair material and labor costs, at FAGOR facilities, incurred in the repair of the products. Within the warranty period, Fagor will repair or replace the products verified as being defective. FAGOR is committed to repairing or replacing its products from the time when the first such product was launched up to 8 years after such product has disappeared from the product catalog. It is entirely up to FAGOR to determine whether a repair is to be considered under warranty.
The repair will take place at our facilities. Therefore, all shipping expenses as well as travelling expenses incurred by technical personnel are NOT under warranty even when the unit is under warranty. This warranty will be applied so long as the equipment has been installed according to the instructions, it has not been mistreated or damaged by accident or negligence and has been manipulated by personnel authorized by FAGOR. If once the service call or repair has been completed, the cause of the failure is not to be blamed the FAGOR product, the customer must cover all generated expenses according to current fees. No other implicit or explicit warranty is covered and FAGOR AUTOMATION shall not be held responsible, under any circumstances, of the damage which could be originated.
Service and Maintenance Contracts are available for the customer within the warranty period as well as outside of it.
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Material returning terms
When returning the DRO, pack it in its original package and with its original packaging material. If not available, pack it as follows: Get a cardboard box whose three inside dimensions are at least 15 cm (6 inches) larger than those of the unit. The cardboard being used to make the box must have a resistance of 170 Kg (375 lb.). When sending it to a Fagor Automation office for repair, attach a label indicating the owner of the unit, person to contact, type of unit, serial number, symptom and a brief description of the problem. Wrap the unit in a polyethylene roll or similar material to protect it. Pad the unit inside the cardboard box with polyurethane foam on all sides. Seal the cardboard box with packing tape or industrial staples.
Cleaning: An accumulation of dirt in the equipment can act as a screen preventing proper dissipation of the heat
generated by the internal electronic circuits with the consequent danger of overheating and DRO fault. Accumulated dirt can also, in some cases, provide a conductive path for electricity which could give rise to faults in the internal circuits of the equipment, especially in high humidity conditions. To clean the equipment nonabrasive dish-washing detergents are recommended (in liquid, never powder form) or 75% isotropic alcohol with a clean cloth. DO NOT USE aggressive solvents, (benzol, acetones, etc.) which could damage the materials the equipment is made with. Do not use high pressure compressed air to clean the item as this could give rise to an accumulation of charges which in turn lead to electrostatic discharges. The plastics used in the front panel of the DRO stand up to: Grease and mineral oil, alkalis and bleaches, dissolved detergents and alcohol. Avoid the effect of solvents such as Chlorohydrocarbons, Benzol, Esters and Ethers because these could damage the plastics with which the front of the equipment is made.
If the DRO does not come on press the rear switch for starting, make sure it is properly connected and being supplied with the proper mains voltage. FAGOR AUTOMATION S. COOP. B San Andrs N 19 Apdo de correos Arrasate/Mondragn - Spain Web: www.fagorautomation.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel.: (34) Fax: (34) 943 791712
Fagor shall not be held responsible for any printing or transcribing errors in this manual and reserves the right to make any modifications to the characteristics of their products without prior notice.
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