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Outline of PANATERM, Setup Support Software.. 156 Communications...158 Description on Dividing/Multiplier Ratio.. 178 Conformance to EC Directives/UL Standards..180 Optional Parts....184 Recommended Parts...192 Dimensional Outline Drawing... 193 Allowable Load of Output Shaft..196 Motor Characteristics (S-T Characteristics).. 197 Servo Motor with Gear...198 Dimensional Outline Drawing of Motor with Gear.. 200 Allowable Load of Output Shaft of Servo Motor with Gear. 202 Characteristics of Servo Motor with Gear (S-T Characteristics). 203 Driver Internal Block Diagram...204 Control Block Diagram...205 Specifications (Driver/Motor)...206 Hit-and-stop Initialization and Load Pressing Control.. 207 Index....209 Reference...214 After-sale Service (Repair)... Back cover
Outline of PANATERM, Setup Support Software
RS-232 Cable DV0P1960 (For DOS/V)
Connecting to CN X6
Please contact us for the latest version of setup disk of PANATERM, setup support software. DV0P4230 (Japanese version) Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP (Each Japanese version) DV0P4240 (English version) Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP (Each English version)
Installing PANATERM on Hard Disk
<Cautions/Remarks> 1. The capacity of hard disk memory should be 15 MB or more. As OS, prepare Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000,Windows Me and Windows XP (each of them should be a Japanese version). 2. You can start PANATERM only after installing it on the hard disk with the setup disk, by following the steps described below.
Steps of Procedure
(1) Power on your personal computer and start a corresponding OS (If there is any running application program, terminate it). (2) Insert PANATERM Setup disk 1 into the floppy disk drive. (3) Start Explorer and select the floppy disk drive. (For starting of Explorer, see the manual of the corresponding OS.) (4) Double click on the setup program (Setup.exe) on the floppy disk (Then, PANATERM setup program will start.). (5) To start the setup program, press OK. (6) Operate by following the guidance of the setup program. (Follow the instruction to change the setup disc 1 to disc 2 during the course.) Start installation (7) Click on button, and setup will start. (8) Click OK when the message Setup completed appears. (9) Close all application programs and then restart Windows. When it restarts, PANATERM will be added to the program menu.
<Cautions/Remarks> 1. Once you have installed PANATERM on the hard disk, you do not have to reinstall it every time you boot up. 2. Before you start, connect the driver with the power supply, motor, and encoder. For the startup procedure, refer to the manual of the corresponding OS.
(1) Power on your personal computer and start the corresponding OS. (2) Turn on the driver. (3) Click on Start button of the corresponding OS of the personal computer. (For the startup procedure, refer to the manual of the corresponding OS.) (4) Select PANATERM in the program. (5) After opening splash is displayed for 2 seconds, PANATERM screen will appear. For any detailed information on operation/functions of PANATERM, refer to the operating instructions of PANATERM.
* Windows, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP are the trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States.
Outline of Communications
With a personal computer or host NC connected with MINAS-E Series through RS232C-compliant serial communications, you can do the following:
(1) Rewriting parameters (2) Browsing and clearing status and history of alarm data (3) Monitoring control status including status, I/O, etc. (4) Saving and Loading parameters Advantages
You can write parameters all at once from the host when starting the machine. As you can display operating condition of the machine, serviceability will improve. Note that the following application programs for a personal computer and cables are available for use. For information of PANATERM, refer to the instruction manual of PANATERM. Name of Optional Components PANATERM Japanese version (WIN95/98/Me/NT4.0/2000/XP) PANATERM English version (WIN95/98/Me/NT4.0/2000/XP) Connection cable for personal computer (DOS/V) For the latest version, please contact us. Model Name DV0P4230 DV0P4240 DV0P1960
Connection of Communications Line
MINAS-E Series has RS232C communications port. and is capable of communications between the host as follows:
In RS232C communications, a host and the driver are connected 1:1 and communicate with each other according to the RS232C transmission protocol.
You can change settings of the module ID with Pr00. In particular, you may set the same module ID unless there is management problem on the host side.
Interface of Communication Connector Unit Connection with a Host through RS232C
1 RTS 2 CTS 3 RXD 4 G 5 TXD 6 DTR 7 DSR 8 FG +5V RXD +5V G TXD
X6 Equivalent to ADM202E
<Note> You must leave pins 1, 2, 6, 7 and 8 of X6 unconnected.
RS232C Full-duplex, asynchronous communication method Communications baud rate Data Parity Start bit Stop bit 2400, 4800, 9600bps 8 bit No 1 bit 1 bit
Set RS232C communications baud rate with Pr0C. Any change to these parameters will be valid when you power on the control power supply. For detailed information, refer to list of parameters related to the following communications:
List of User Parameters Related to Communications
PrNo. 00 0C Parameter Name Shaft name
Setting of baud rate for RS232C communications
Range of Setting 1 - 15 0-2
Functional Description Refer to descriptions on parameters on pages 88 and 116.
Set the communications speed of RS232C communications. 0 : 2400[bps] 1 : 4800[bps] 2 : 9600[bps] A change will be valid when you power on the control power supply.
Time for data transmission is calculated with the following expression, for instance, in the case of 9600 [bps]: (1000/9600) x (1 + 8 + 1) = 1.04 [ms/byte] Start bit Data When the baud rates of 2400 bps and 4800 [bps] are used, data transmission time will be 4.17 [ms/byte] and 2.08 [ms/byte], respectively. Note, however, actual communication time will be added time necessary for processing received command, and necessary for switching between a line and transmission/reception control. Stop bit
For line control, the following codes are used. Name ENQ EOT ACK NAK Code 05h 04h 06h 15h Functions Transmission request Ready for receiving Acknowledgement Negative acknowledgement
ENQ When the module has a block to transmit, it sends ENQ. EOT When the module is ready to receive a block, it sends EOT. The line enters transmission mode when sending ENQ and receiving EOT. It enters reception mode when receiving ENQ and sending EOT. ACK When a received block is judged normal, ACK is returned. NAK When a received block is judged as abnormal, NAK is returned. A judgment is made based on checksum and timeout.
Transmission Sequence Transmission Protocol
Host (1) ENQ (05h) (2) EOT (04h) (3) Data Block (4) ACK (06h) (or NAK (15h)) (5) ENQ (05h) (6) EOT (04h) (7) Data Block (8) ACK (06h) (or NAK (15h))
Transmitted Data Received Data
STATUS ALM CODE
Line Control Direction of transmission and conflict are solved. Reception mode The module enters reception mode after receiving ENQ and returning EOT. Transmission mode The module enters transmission mode after sending ENQ and receiving EOT. When there occurs a conflict between the transmitting module and receiving module: When subsequent to transmission of ENQ, a slave receives ENQ while waiting for EOT, priority is given to ENQ sent from a maser, and the slave enters the reception mode. Transmission Control Entering transmission mode, a module transmits a command block continuously and then waits for reception of ACK. When the module receives ACK, transmission is complete. When the number of transferred command bytes is incorrect, ACK may not be returned. When ACK is not returned within T2 period, or when NAK or any code other than ACK is received, transmission retry will be executed. The retry will start with ENQ. Receiving Control Entering receiving mode, the module receives transmitted blocks continuously. It obtains the number of command bytes from the first byte, and receives as many command bytes as that number plus 3. When the sum of received data is zero, reception is considered successfully ended and ACK is returned. When abnormal checksum or timeout between characters occurs, NAK is sent.
Configuration of Data Block
A data block to be transmitted in physical phase is configured as illustrated below:
N axis mode Parameter (N bytes) check sum command
: This is the number of command bytes (0 - 240), which indicates the number of parameters needed by a command. axis : This defines a module ID assigned to parameter No.00 axis name of the driver. (1 - 15) command : This is the control command (0 - 15). mode : This is the command execution mode (0 - 15), which differs depending on a command. check sum : This is 2s complement of the total number of bytes, ranging from the first byte to the byte immediately before the checksum byte.
The following parameters can control transfer of a block. A user can set these parameters to any value with INIT command to be described later.
Name T1 T2 RTY M/S
Function Initial Value Range of Settings Timeout between character transmissions 5 (0.5 second) 1 - 255 Protocol time limit 10 (10 seconds) 1 - 255 Retry limit 1 (once) 1-8 Master/slave 0 (slave) 0, 1(master)
Unit 0.1 second 1 second once
T1. This is allowable time between module identification byte and ENQ/EOT, or time from reception of a character code by this device to that of a next character code in a transmission/reception data block. When this specified time is exceeded, timeout error occurs and NAK is returned to the transmitting module. T2. This is allowable time after this device transmits ENQ till it receives EOT. When this specified time is exceeded, it means that the receiving module is not ready to receive data or fails to receive ENQ code for some reason. In this case, ENQ code will be resent to the receiving module (number of retries). This is allowable time after EOT is sent out till a first character is received. When this specified time is exceeded, NAK is returned and the receiving mode ends. This is allowable time after checksum byte is sent out till ACK is received. When this specified time is exceeded, ENQ code is resent to the receiving module, as in the case of reception of NAK.
RTY.. This shows the maximum number of retries. When this specified value is exceeded, transmission error occurs. M/S.. This shows switching of a master/slave. When conflict of ENQ transmission occurs, this parameter determines to which priority is given. (0=slave mode, 1=master mode) Transmission of the module defined as a master should take precedence.
Example of Data Communication Example of Changing Parameters
The following illustrates time-series communications data flow when a change is made to a parameter. Communications should be conducted in the sequence of outline, (1) individual writing of parameters and (2) writing to EEPROM if storage is needed. In this example of hardware connection, the device is directly connected with a host through RS232C communications with user ID=1. Data is represented in hexadecimals.
(1) Individual Writing of Parameters Host 05 (ENQ) MINAS-E(1) 04 (EOT) (2) Writing of Parameters to EEPROM 06 (ACK) 18 0B D9
(ACK) (ENQ) E(EOT)
06 (ACK) B6
(Note) For details of commands, refer to List of Communications Commands on Page 166.
State Transition Diagram RS232C Communications
EOT is received. Size Number of command bytes + 3 T2 stop
One character is received. Size Number of command bytes - 1
Waiting for EOT
ENQ is received and in slave mode. There are requests for transmission (within the number of retries). ENQ transmission and T2 start. There are requests for transmission but the number of retries is exceeded. The number of retries is to be reset once. A request for transmission is cleared. ENQ is returned to receiving buffer (To reception processing) T2 timeout The number of retries is counted once. T2 stop Transmission buffer is cleared.
Transmission of block
Size becomes zero. T2 START
Waiting for ACK/NAK
NAK is received or T2 times out. The number of retries is counted once. T2 STOP Transmission buffer is cleared. ACK is received. The number of retries is reset. T2 stop The request for transmission is cleared.
T2 timeout ENQ EOT is transmitted. T2 start NAK is transmitted. T2 stop
T1 times out or checksum error occurs when size becomes 0. NAK is transmitted. T1 stop
3 System related
A page number is designated from 0 to 7, and 16 parameters are read from each page designation.
command B mode 2
Page writing of user parameters
21h axis 2 Page No. Parameter L (No.0 value) H Parameter value (No.1 value) ~ Parameter value (No.0fh value) checksum
Error code bit: Normal 1 : Error 6 Data error 5 Command error 4
2 axis B 2 Page No. Error code checksum L H L H B
The command writes 16 parameters at once. Be sure to set 0 to unused parameters. Otherwise, data error will occur.
Description on Dividing/Multiplier Ratio
Relation between Positional Resolution/Moving Speed and Command Dividing Multiplier Ratio
Servo driver Command dividing multiplier ratio Pulse row position command D= Distance: P1 [P] Traveling speed: F [PPS] Pr46 x 2 Pr4B
Rotation speed: N [r/min] Servo motor Encoder Number of encoder pulses E [P/r] 10000 = (phase A/B 2500 [P/r] x 4) Gear Machine
Reduction ratio: R
Example of driving ball screw using the servo motor
As an example of a machine, we describe a ball screw driving system below: When lead of a ball screw is L [mm], actual distance of a ball screw M [mm] with respect to the distance command PI [P] is expressed with formula (1) below:
M = P1 x (D/E) x (1/R) x L.. (1)
Therefore, position resolution (distance DM per command pulse) is expressed by the following formula (2):
M = (D/E) x (1/R) x L.. (2)
Through transformation of formula (2), a command dividing multiplier ratio D is determined by the formula (3):
D = (M x E x R)/L.. (3)
In addition, actual traveling speed V [mm/s] of a ball screw with respect to traveling speed command F [PPS] is expressed by formula (4), and the corresponding motor rotation speed N is determined by formula (5):
V = F x (D/E) x (1/R) x L.. (4) N = F x (D/E) x 60.. (5)
Through transformation of formula (5), a command dividing multiplier ratio D is determined by the formula (6):
D = (N x E)/(F x 60).. (6)
<Remarks> 1. Set the positional resolution (M) at approx. 1/5 to 1/10 of the positioning accuracy (), in view of mechanical errors. 2. Set a value from 1 to 10000 to Pr46 and Pr4B. 3. You can set any value depending on numerator and denominator settings. However, if you specify an extreme dividing/multiplier ratio, we cannot guarantee proper operation of the motor. We recommend that you set the dividing/multiplier ratio in the range of 1/50 to 20 times. 4. 2n Decimal
Our servo systems can meet EMC Directives and related standards. However, to meet these requirements, the systems must be limited with respect to configuration and other aspects, e g. the distance between the servo driver and motor is restricted, and some special wiring conditions must be met. This means that in some cases machines and equipment comprising our servo systems may not satisfy the requirements for wiring and grounding conditions specified by the EMC Directives. Therefore, conformance to the EMC Directives (especially the requirements for emission noise and noise terminal voltage) should be examined based on the final products that include our servo drivers and servo motors.
Subject Motor Motor and driver Applicable standard IEC60034-1 EN50178 EN55011 EN61000-6-2 IEC61000-4-2 IEC61000-4-3 IEC61000-4-4 IEC61000-4-5 IEC61000-4-6 Radio Disturbance Characteristics of Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) Radio Frequency Equipment General standards for immunity in industrial environment Electrostatic Discharge Immunity Test Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Field Immunity Test Electric High-Speed Transition Phenomenon - Burst Immunity Test Lightning Surge Immunity Test High Frequency Conduction Immunity Test Standards referenced by EMC Directives
Standards referenced by Low-Voltage Directives
IEC61000-4-11 Instantaneous Outage - Immunity Test IEC: International Electrotechnical Commission EN: Europaischen Normen EMC: Electromagnetic Compatibility
The servo driver should be used under Contamination Level 2 or 1 specified by IEC60664-1 (housing the driver in an IP54 control box).
Controller Power supply for insulated type interface CN X5 Insulating transformer AC servo driver
Power Circuit breaker Leakage breaker(RCD)
Noise filter for signal lines CN X1 Noise filter
Noise filter for signal lines CN X3 AC servo driver
L1 L2 L3
U V W E
Surge absorber CN X4 Protective earth (PE)
+ Single-phase 100V: Single-phase 100V + Single-phase 200V: Single-phase 200V + Three-phase 200V: Three-phase 200V -
<Cautions> The regenerative resistor may be hot. Take preventive actions against a fire and burn. Do not mount the regenerative resistor in the vicinity of an inflammable object or in a place where an operator may easily touch it by hand.
4.3 Female terminal 5556PBTL (or 5556PBT)
DIN Rail Mounting Unit
(1) Part No. DV0P3811 (2) Outline Dimension
2-M4 bar ring (for mounting screws) (6)
<Remarks> Two mounting screws (M4 x length 8, pan head machine screws) are supplied. * When extended, the rail stopper is 10mm long. <Note> For installation and removal, refer to Installation of Before Use edition on Pages 18 to 19.
Voltage Driver Specification Outline for Power Frame Source of Code Driver Singlephase 100V SingleMKDE phase 200V Threephase 200V Singlephase 100V SingleMLDE phase 200V Threephase 200V
Rated Output Reactor Part No. Figure
50 - 100W 50 - 100W
200W 200 - 400W DV0P220 400W 2 DV0P228 1
Figure 1 2
Part No. DV0P227 DV0P228 DV0P220
A 55 65
B 80 125
C 68 83
D 90 118
E 90 145
F 41 70
G 55 85
H 7 Width 7 x Length 12
I M4 M4
Inductance (mH) 4.6.81
Rated Current (A) 3
The former Agency of Natural Resources and Energy of Ministry of International Trade and Industry (present Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) established higher harmonics suppression guidelines in September 1994. (1) Drivers rated 4kW or lower are subject to Higher Harmonics Suppression Guidelines for Home Electric and General Purpose Appliances. (2) Drivers rated over 4kW are subject to Higher Harmonics Suppression Guidelines for High Voltage and Special Customers. The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry strongly demands manufacturers to enforce measures to curb harmonics. In order to comply with the established regulatory level, connect a power-factor improvement reactor (L) to drivers of 4 kW or lower. For drivers of over 4kW, determine the level of harmonics according to the guideline and take a suppression measure, as appropriate. <Reference> [Harmonics Suppression Technical Guideline], JEAG 9702-1995, Japan Electric Association [Harmonic Current Calculation Procedure for General-purpose Inverter at Special Customers], JEM-TR201-1996, Japan Electrical Manufacturers Association
Surge Absorber for Motor Brake
Motor MUMA50W - 400W Surge Absorber for Motor Brake C-5A2 or Z15D151 Ishizuka Electronics Corporation
The recommended parts are specified items to measure the brake release time.
List of Manufacturers of Peripheral Equipment
As of February 2003
Manufacturer/Agent Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd. Automation Controls Company
Phone Number +81-6-6908-1131 http://www.mew.co.jp
Equipment No-fuse breaker Electromagnetic switch Surge absorber
IWAKI MUSEN NKENKYUSHO CO., LTD. +81-44-833-4311 http://www.iwakimusen.co.jp/ Ishizuka Electronics Corporation Renesas Technology Corpration. TDK Corporation Okaya Electric Industries, Co., Ltd. Sumitomo 3M Ltd Tyco Electronics AMP K.K. Japan Molex Incorporated Daiden Co., Ltd. +81-3-3621-2703 http://www.semitec.co.jp/ +81-6-6233-9511 http://www.renesas.com/jpn/ +81-3-5201-7229 http://www.tdk.co.jp/ +81-3-3424-8120 http://www.okayatec.co.jp/ +81-3-5716-7290 http://www.mmmco.jp +81-44-844-8111 http://www.tycoelectronics.com/japan/amp +81-462-65-2313 http://www.molex.co.jp +81-3-5805-5880 http://www.dyden.co.jp
Surge absorber for holding brake
Noise filter for signal line Surge absorber Noise filter
Dimensional Outline Drawing
Driver (Frame K) Estimated Mass 0.35 kg
Driver (Frame L)
Estimated Mass 0.4 kg
Motor MUMA Series 50W to 400W
LL LF LR LE
Output 50W, 100W 200W, 400W
LG 230mm 220mm
(Unit: mm) Model Without a brake MUMA5A MUMA01 MUMA02 MUMA04 MUMA5A With a brake MUMA01 MUMA02 MUMA04 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 Output (W) LL 75.92.30 S LB 22 LE LF LR
Shaft-end Center Tap TP Specification of Keyed Version (Dimension)
Output 50W, 100W 200W 400W Screw M3 M4 M5 Depth 10
(Unit: mm) LA Without a brake LC LZ LW LK KW KH RH LH Mass (kg) Rotor Moment of Inertia (x10-4kgm2) 0.42 3.12.3 22.214.171.124.4 8.0.96 1.5 0.60 With a brake 3.12.3 126.96.36.199.4 8.1.9 0.20 1.4 0.036 0.13 0.032 0.10 0.17 0.026 0.021
Servo Motor with Gear
Checking Model of Servo Motor with Gear
How to check the model
M U M A
Symbol MUMA Type Ultra low Inertia
Reduction Ratio Symbol Reduction Ratio
Structure of the motor Specifications of Position/Speed Detector Voltage Specification 1 : 100V 2 : 200V
1N 2N 4N
1/5 1/9 1/25
Motor Rated Output Symbol Rated Output 100W 01 200W 02 400W 04
Specification of Rotary Encoder Specification Symbol Number of Pulses Resolution Lead Wire Method 2500P/r Incremental 10000 5-wire P
Structure of the motor Holding Brake Symbol No Yes 3 4
Check the Combination of Driver and Motor with Gear
This driver was designed for use with the motor designated by us. Check a name of the series, rated output, voltage specification, and encoder specification of the motor you plan to use. <Note> Incremental Specification 2500 P/r You must not use any combination other than those listed below.
Applicable Motors with Gear Power Supply Motor Rated Output Reduction Ratio 1/5 Single Phase 100V Single Phase 200V 100W 200W 100W 200W 400W Three-Phase 200V 100W 200W 400W MUMA011P * 1N MUMA021P * 1N MUMA012P * 1N MUMA022P * 1N MUMA042P * 1N MUMA012P * 1N MUMA022P * 1N MUMA042P * 1N Reduction Ratio 1/9 Reduction Ratio 1/25 MUMA011P * 2N MUMA021P * 2N MUMA012P * 2N MUMA022P * 2N MUMA042P * 2N MUMA012P * 2N MUMA022P * 2N MUMA042P * 2N MUMA011P * 4N MUMA021P * 4N MUMA012P * 4N MUMA022P * 4N MUMA042P * 4N MUMA012P * 4N MUMA022P * 4N MUMA042P * 4N Applicable Drivers Driver Model MKDET1110P MLDET2110P MKDET1505P MLDET2210P Frame L MLDET2510P MKDET1505P Frame K MKDET1310P MLDET2310P MLDET2510P Frame L Driver Frame Frame K Frame L Frame K
<Remarks> The mark "*" under the model name of the applicable motors refer to the structure of motor.
Dimensional Outline Drawing of Motor with Gear
* 220 refers to 200W or higher.
Model MUMA01 P31N MUMA01 P32N
Without a brake
Motor Reduction Ratio Output
L 192 234,5 200.5 235.5 246
KB1 LF LR 32
(LG) 67.72.5 89.5
Panel Display Status LED (STATUS), alarm code LED (ALM CODE) Communications RS232C Maximum Input Pulse Frequency Line driver 500 kpps, open collector 200 kpps Form Line driver, open collector Type 90 phase difference two-phase pulse, CW/CCW pulse, pulse row + sign Four-speed setup (Capable of setting CW/CCW, up to Internal command speed 20000r/min. However, use it within the use range of the motor.)
0 to 10 s/1000r/min, possible to individually set acceleration/
Acceleration time setting deceleration. Phases A B Line driver output Rotary encoder Rotary feedback signal Phases Z Line driver output, Open collector output Encoder Control Input Refer to Section "System Configuration and Wiring". Structure Base mount type, open (IPOO) Mass Refer to Section "Dimensional Outline Drawing of Driver". Ambient Conditions Refer to Section "Installation". Rated Rotation Speed 3000r/min 100V 50W - 200W: 5000r/min Maximum Rotation Speed 200V 50W - 400W: 5000r/min Holding Brake Refer to Section "Holding Brake Built in the Servo Motor" for DC24V. Rotary Encoder Incremental encoder 5-wire 2500 P/r Structure (dust-proof/drip-proof protection) Equivalent to IP65 (excluding connector unit, shaft-through part) Mass Refer to Section "Dimensional Outline Drawing". Ambient Conditions Refer to Section "Installation".
Hit-and-stop Initialization and Load Pressing Control
When you find it difficult to install a sensor as the surroundings are not good, Hit-and-stop Initialization can be used. (2) When you stop the motor using phase Z (1) When you set a point where the motor hits, with the hit point as a starting point, and as the origin: make it an origin 1st 2nd Torque Limit 1st 2nd Torque Limit
Pin 5 (ZEROSPD/TC)
ON WARN (Torque being limited) Torque Hitting ON Counter clear command Motor rotation speed Counter clear command 50% WARN (Torque being limited) Torque Hitting
Motor rotation speed
Motor Company, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Marketing Group
Kyobashi MID Bldg, 2-13-10 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0031
TEL (03) 3538-2961 FAX (03) 3538-2964 TEL (072) 870-3065 FAX (072) 870-3151
1-1, Morofuku 7-chome, Daito, Osaka 574-0044
After-Sale Service (Repair)
Ask the seller where the product was purchased for details of repair work. When the product is installed in a machine or device, consult first the manufacture of the machine or device.
Cautions for Proper Use
This product is intended to be used with a general industrial product, but not designed or manufactured to be used in a machine or system that may cause personal death when it is failed. Install a safety equipments or apparatus in your application, when a serious accident or loss of property is expected due to the failure of this product. Consult us if the application of this product is under such special conditions and environments as nuclear energy control, aerospace, transportation, medical equipment, various safety equipments or equipments which require a lesser air contamination. We have been making the best effort to ensure the highest quality of the products, however, application of exceptionally larger external noise disturbance and static electricity, or failure in input power, wiring and components may result in unexpected action. It is highly recommended that you make a fail-safe design and secure the safety in the operative range. If the motor shaft is not electrically grounded, it may cause an electrolytic corrosion to the bearing, depending on the condition of the machine and its mounting environment, and may result in the bearing noise. Checking and verification by customer is required. Failure of this product depending on its content, may generate smoke of about one cigarette. Take this into consideration when the application of the machine is clean room related. Please be careful when using in an environment with high concentrations of sulphur or sulphuric gases, as sulphuration can lead to disconnection from the chip resistor or a poor contact connection. Take care to avoid inputting a supply voltage which significantly exceeds the rated range to the power supply of this product. Failure to heed this caution may result in damage to the internal parts, causing smoking and/or a fire and other trouble.
Electronic data of this manual
Electronic data of this manual can be downloaded at the following web site. Web Site of Motor Company, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. <http://panasonic.co.jp/motor/>
Memorandum (Fill in the blanks for convenience in case of inquiry or repair)
Date of purchase Date: Model No. (Driver) (Motor)
Place of purchase TEL:
Motor Company Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
7-1-1, Morofuku, Daito, Osaka 574-0044, Japan TEL: +81 -72-871 -1212 IMC80A S0303-3066
Panasonic Broadcast Mechanical Parts List
Model No. :
AG-HVX200AP/AN, AG-HVX201AE, AG-HVX202AEN
FRAME & CASING PARTS ASSEMBLY (1)... MPL-1 FRAME & CASING PARTS ASSEMBLY (2)... MPL-3 HANDLE EVF PARTS ASSEMBLY... MPL-5 LCD PARTS ASSEMBLY.... MPL-7 PACKING PARTS..... MPL-9
FRAME & CASING PARTS ASSEMBLY (1)
Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only the same type.
103 E102 103
103 20-1 20-103
FRAME & CASING PARTS ASSEMBLY(1)
17 17-1 17-2 17-20-1 20-2 20-3 20-22 22-1 22-28 29
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1 FOR AG-HVX200AP 1 1
XTB26+6GFJK XQN2+BJ5FJK XQN2+B4FJK XQN2+B4FN XQN2+B4FJK VHD1133 XQN2+B4FN XYN3+F6FJ XQN2+BJ5FJK
SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW
MECHA IF C.B.A. BOTTOM CON C.B.A.
FRAME & CASING PARTS ASSEMBLY (2)
. Components identified with the mark have the special characteristics for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only the same type.
201 E-205 E-53 E-45 E-205 E-E-46 E-E-86 E-201 E-E-203 20-207 20-E-20-79 E-17 E-17 12-69 12-12-12-E-71 E-201 E-201 E-27 E-22 E-96 E-205 205
FRAME & CASING PARTS ASSEMBLY(2)
12-1 12-2 12-20 20-1 20-2 20-70
VGM2154 VKM6880 VYK1U94 VGM2280 VKW3303 VGQ8838 VGU0A01 VMT1761 VMP8589 VWJ12H2040L0 VYK1Y37 VYK2J42 VMG1286 VMZ3757 VYQ3806 VYK1U47 VGQ8773 VWJ06H2033L0 VEK0J73 VGU9929 VSC5806 VMP8615 VYQ3733 VGU9936 VGP6167 VMP8557 VMP8558 VYK1Y38 VSC5801 VWJ10H2030L0 VWJ12H2050L0 VWJ06H2045L0 VGU9894 VGH4857 VGU9931 VGU9935 VGU9930 VGU9937 VGU9197 VMB4017 VGQ8772 VGU9928 VGU9926 VGU9927 VMP7331 VMB3996 VGQ6901 VMS7187 VMB3659 VWJ06H2033L0 VMP8552 VWJ12H2120L0 VWJ16H2145L0 VGH4874 VGU9721 VYQ3547 VEE1C06 VWJ24H2030L0 VEE1C12 K4ZZ04000036 VEE1C20 VMP7340 VYK1U97 VGQ9900 VJF1544 VJF1545 VJF1541 VSC5805 VSC5804 VWJ1845 VYQ3807 VJF1543 VJF1542 VGH4876 VMZ3758 VSC5850
TOP PANEL U MAIN FRAME ZOOM SW CASE U JACK FRAME AWB SENSOR WINDOW AUDIO SW COVER MODE SW KNOB FRONT MIC SW SHEET AUDIO SW PLATE 12PIN40MM FFC BACK PANEL 1U SIDE CASE R 1U CUSHION RUBBER FPC PROTECTION SHEET A IR SENSOR WINDOW LCD U LCD HINGE COVER 6PIN33MM FFC IRIS DIAL U AWB BUTTON SIDE R HEAT SINK TRIPOD FRAME CLUTCH U CLUTCH KNOB CLUTCH PANEL CLUTCH FRAME CLUTCH ARM ANGLE BATTERY CASE 1U CCD HEAT SINK 10PIN30MM FFC 12PIN50MM FFC 6PIN45MM FFC SLIDE KNOB SLIDE KNOB SHEET LCD BUTTON B COUNTER BUTTON LCD BUTTON A EVF DTL BUTTON MONITOR LOCK KNOB FOCUS SPRING CAM OP BACKUP ND KNOB FOCUS KNOB CAM OP BUTTON OPENER HOLDER ANGLE POP UP SPRING MONITOR KNOB LCD LOCK SHAFT MONITOR OPENER SPRING 6PIN33MM FFC JACK ANGLE 12PIN120MM FFC 16PIN145MM FFC JACK PLATE AUDIO VR KNOB MODE DIAL U AUDIO CABLE 24PIN30MM FFC 1394 CABLE BATTERY TERMINAL DC IN-BATTERY CABLE DCIN ANGLE SIDE COVER LU LINE SHEET SD CARD CAP USB COVER JACK COVER SHIELD PLATE B SHIELD PLATE A CAMERA TO SIDE CASE-R FPC ZOOM SW 1 U SIDE JACK CAP B SIDE JACK CAP A JACK NAME PLATE 2 HINGE FPC HOLD SHEET P2 CARD SHELD PLATE 1 1
VMG1727 VGU9219 VSC5833 VSC5824 VMZ3465 VSC5845 VYF3081 VMT1766 VMZ3631 VGF1050 VGU9925 VGU9215 VMZ3406 VWJ1844 VMT1749 VEE1C05 VWJ06H2060L0 VJF1468 VMT1774 J0KD00000103 VGU0D09 VGU9195 VGU9210 VMZ3768 VSC6051 VYQ3897 VMT1907 VMT1896
LENS CUSHION CAMERA/VCR BUTTON CERAMIC SEAT HEAT RADIATION CDS HEAT SINK CD CON CUSHION CDS RADIATION SHEET EVR COVER U EVF FPC CUSHION C.B.A. BARRIER DUSTPROOF SHEET REC CHECK BUTTON ZOOM LEVER ZOOM PCB BLIND SHEET SIDE JACK FPC FFC FIX SHEET BATTERY-POWER CABLE 6PIN FFC XLR CAP CORE TAPE CORE TOP OPERATION BUTTON VTR KNOB REC/DUB BUTTON RCA INSULATING SHEET USB GROUND ANGLE RCA PLATE U SOFT HIGH SHIELD GASKET FPC HOLD CUSHION 1 1
XQN2+B4FN XQN2+BJ5FJK XYN26+A6FJK XQN2+BJ6FJ XQN2+B4FJK XYN2+C5FJ XQN2+BJ4FJK XQN16+BJ4FJK XQN2+A5FJK VHD1887
SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW
E1 E1 E2 E2 E3 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 E11 E12 E14 E15 E16 E17 E21 E22 E23 E24 E26 E27 E28 E29
VEP03G90C VEP03G90D VEP23655D VEP23655E VEP03G89F VEP03G89G VEP001M6A VEP06G20A VEP06G21A VEP06G22A VEP01978A VEP03G92C VEP04904A VEP001P2A VEP001M1C VEP001M2B VEP04902C VEP04903B VEP001M4A VEP01979A VEP01971A VEP001M5B VEP22370A VEP03G96A VEP03G94A VEP001N2A
VTR C.B.A. VTR C.B.A. CAMERA C.B.A. CAMERA C.B.A. CODEC C.B.A. CODEC C.B.A. R SIDE C.B.A. CAM OP1 C.B.A. CAM OP2 C.B.A. CAM OP3 C.B.A. POWER C.B.A. P2 CARD C.B.A. SIDE JACK2 C.B.A. SD CARD C.B.A. TOP OP C.B.A. BACK PANEL C.B.A. SIDE JACK 1 C.B.A. EXT MIC 2 C.B.A. POWER SW C.B.A. BATTERY C.B.A. DC IN P.C.BOARD ZOOM SW C.B.A. GYRO C.B.A. CAMERA TOP FPC C.B.A. CODEC P2 FPC C.B.A. TOP CON C.B.A.
HANDLE EVF PARTS ASSEMBLY
109 E18 17
VYK1V99 VGQ8840 VMT1742 VXW0567 VDK0176 VGQ8779 VYQ3545 VGQ8778 VGP6172 VMG1286 VKC0594 VMC1697 VJF1421 VKH0426 VWJ24H2060L0 VXA8302 VGQ8780 VYK1R40 VWJ10H2065L0 VYK1W30 VGP6171 VMP8559 VKN0185 L0AA02A00057 VEE1B95 VWJ1805 VMG1732 VMT1767 XWG2FJ VGU9988 VGU9214 VGH4857 VMZ3361 VMT1766 VMG1733 VMT1757 VMZ3474 VGP6170 VXA8570 VMT1913 VMZ3775 VMZ3776 VMZ3777 VSC6052
EYE CAP U EYE CAP BASE LENS SPACER SHEET EVF LENS ASS'Y HELICOID DIOPTOR ADJ RING EVF LCD HOLDER U EVF HINGE COVER EVF CASE CUSHION RUBBER VF HINGE SPRING SHU HANDLE 24PIN60MM FFC HANDLE SHIELD HANDLE GRIP MIC U 10PIN65MM FFC MIC CASE 1U VF CASE R SPEAKER SUPPORT ANGLE SPEAKER NET SPEAKER SPEAKER HARNESS DVF FPC MIC DUMPER RUBBER MIC DUMPER SHEET WASHER REC BUTTON SLIDE KNOB SLIDE KNOB SHEET SUPPORT SHEET EVF FPC CUSHION SP SHEET HANDLE GRIP SPACER SHEET LCD BARRIER (C) VF CASE L HANDLE SHIELD U MIC GND SHEET HOLDER MG ABSORPTION SHEET MG ABSORPTION SHEET MIC CABLE HOLD SHEET HANDLE GRIP SHELD SHEET 1 1
XQN2+B4FJK XQN2+BJ4FJK XQN2+B4FN XQN2+CJ6FJK XSS2+4FJK XSN2+4FC XSB3+6FJK XYN2+F5FJ XQN2+BJ4FJ
E18 E19 E20
VEP04906A VEP001M3A VEP29166A
HANDLE C.B.A. REMOCON F C.B.A. EVF CONNECT C.B.A.
LCD PARTS ASSEMBLY
1-7 1-8 101
1-5 1-9 101
1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9
VYK2M65 VGP6152 VMT1717 VMZ3610 VYK1U67 VXD0510 VGQ8616 VGQ8775 VMG1286 VMT1895
LCD U LCD CASE BOTTOM WATER PROOF PAD LCD PCB INSULATION SHEET LCD CASE U HINGE HINGE COVER (LOWER) HINGE COVER TOP CUSHION RUBBER FPC PROTECTION SHEET C 1 1
LCD LEV C.B.A.
PACKING PARTS ASSEMBLY
21 AN only
20 MC/AN only
VPN6400 VQT1Q85 VQT1Q86 VQT1Q87 VQT1Q88 VQT1Q89 VQT1R25 VFC3891 VYC0936 VFA0463 VFA0466 VMG1458 VYC0890 DE-A20BB DE-A20CC DE-A20DA VYC0944 VYC0945 VYC0947 K2CP2DA00002 K2GJ2DZ00024 VFC4294 K2RYYYYY0001 VPK0825 VPN6398 VPF0884 VPN6399 VPG1S37 VPG1S38 VPG1S39 VPG1S41 VPG1T22 K2KYYYY00028 VYC0946 VPG1G06 VQL1N92
PARTITION OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS SHOULDER BELT MIC HOLDER U WIRERESS REMOTE CONTROLLER WIRERESS REMOTE CONTROLLER EYE CAP MIC HOLDER ADAPTOR AC ADAPTOR AC ADAPTOR AC ADAPTOR AC CORD U AC CORD U AC CORD U AC CORD DC CORD FERRITECORE U ADAPTOR PLUG ACCESSORY BOX CUSHION (TOP) POLYETHYLENE BAG CUSHION (BOTTOM) PACKING CASE PACKING CASE PACKING CASE PACKING CASE PACKING CASE COMPONENT CABLE AC CORD U PACKING CASE PACKING LABEL 1
FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR
AG-HVX200AP AG-HVX203AMC AG-HVX204AER AG-HVX202AEN AG-HVX200AAN AG-HVX201AE
FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR
AG-HVX200AP AG-HVX201AE/EN/ER/MC AG-HVX200AAN AG-HVX200AP AG-HVX201AE/EN/ER AG-HVX203MC AG-HVX200AAN
FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR
AG-HVX200AP AG-HVX201AE AG-HVX202AEN AG-HVX204AER AG-HVX203AMC
FOR AG-HVX201AE/AER FOR AG-HVX200AAN/203AMC FOR AG-HVX200AAN
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