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Interpolator Module

MJ100/110 Series MJ500/600/700Series
MJ100/110 Series MJ500/600/700 Series
The MJ100/110 Series and MJ500/600/700 Series are 1-axis compact interpolators with a modular design that are designed for use in industrial machines. The MJ100/110 Series is intended only for use with Sonys Digiruler, while the general-purpose analog input type MJ500/600/700 Series is intended for use with any linear/rotary encoder.
s Compact, lightweight, easily installed rack-mounted type s Output interface
MJ100/500/600/700: Line driver (RS-422) MJ110: Open collector (IOL = 50 mA max.)

s Number of divisions

MJ100/110: Capable of 40 to 1000 divisions. MJ500/600/700: Capable of 80 to 4000 divisions.
MJ100/110 for Digiruler Only
s Permit 40 to 1000 divisions. s Produces quadrature A/B signals with a resolution from 2 m to 125 m, when used in combination with the optionally available Digiruler PL25 head unit and the SL110/130 scale unit (base frequency: 5 mm), or with the PL60 and the SL331 scale unit (base frequency: 2 mm). s MJ100: Supply voltage 5 V input line driver (RS-422) output s MJ110: Supply voltage 12 to 30 V input open collector (IOL = 50 mA) output s The MJ100 also outputs U/V/W phase signals that have a period of Digirulers reproduction wavelength (5 mm with PL25, 2 mm with PL60).

s Major specifications

Model Power supply Power consumption Output interface Outputs Number of divisions Maximum response frequency 1000 divisions 500 divisions MJV (4.5 V to 6 V) 4W Line driver (RS-422) A/B phases, Z phase, U/V/W phases, alarms MJV to 30 V (11 V to 31 V) 3W Open collector (IOL = 50 mA max.) A/B phases, Z phase, alarms

s System Configuration

Scale unit Head unit Interpolator

SL110/130

1000, 960, 800, 512, 500, 480, 400, 256, 240, 200, 128, 120, 100, 80, 64, 40 and 1/2 of each of these (which does not satisfy the synchronized reference point specifications.) 6 KHz 600 Hz (1800 m/min when connected to PL25; (180 m/min when connected to PL25; 720 m/min when connected to PL60) 72 m/min when connected to PL60)*KHz 1.5 KHz (4500 m/min when connected to PL25; (450 m/min when connected to PL25; 1800 m/min when connected to PL60) 180 m/min when connected to PL60)*1

PL60 MJ110

4.0 KHz 42 KHz 200 (1200 m/min when connected to PL25; divisions (12600 m/min when connected to PL25; 480 m/min when connected to PL60)*m/min when connected to PL60) 120 divisions 7.4 KHz 70 KHz (21000 m/min when connected to PL25; (2220 m/min when connected to PL25; 8400 m/min when connected to PL60) 888 m/min when connected to PL60)*ns 1 s
s Phase Relation between MJ100 Input Signals, U/V/W

Phases and A/B Phases

The following diagrams show the MJ100s scale input signal phases with respect to the output signal phases.

Minimum phase difference

Alarms*2 System startup time
Speed alarm (minimum phase difference time or maximum response frequency) Level alarm (0.4 Vp-p or less) Minimum alarm time: approximately 400 ms Within 0.5 seconds after the power comes on line
External dimensions 26 (mm)/5.43" 3.66" 1.024" including protrusions Compatible scales Operating temperature Storage temperature Mass Supplied accessories Options PL25 or PLto 45C/32 to 114F 20 to 60C/4 to 140F 350 g/771.6 lbs Manual, output connector, connector cap, mounting screws SET-P16-1 (for external reference point) Scale extension cable, external reference point extension cable Output connector with cable

Z U V W

Safety standards FCC: FCC Part 15 Subpart B Class A and other CE marking: Document management, EMC directive regulations (EN55011 Group 1 Class A, EN50082-2)
*1: These values for a minimum phase difference of 1s may vary depending on the output cable length. *2: The alarm function may not operate when an abnormal offset is generated due to a broken wire, etc. * Contact us directly if you have special requirements for the specifications.

When MODE Switches 4 and 5 Are Off
MJ500/600/700 of General-Purpose Analog Input-Type for Linear/Rotary Encoders
s Permit 80 to 4000 divisions. s Because this Series receives 1 Vp-p differential inputs with an input impedance of 120, this Series can be connected to any general-purpose analog output-type encoder. s Number of divisions MJ500: 80 to 400 divisions MJ600: 500 to 1024 divisions MJ700: 1200 to 4000 divisions s The MJ500/600/700 also permit DC offset compensation, gain compensation and phase difference compensation.
Analog output-type encoder

Rotary scale

Model Power supply Power consumption Output interface Outputs MJ500 MJV (4.5 V to 8 V) 4W Line driver (RS-422) A/B phases, Z phase, alarms MJ700
400, 360, 300, 240, 200, 120, 100, 80 4000, 3600, 2560, 2400, 2000, 1800, 1280, 1200 1024, 1000, 960, 800, 720, 640, 512, 500 Number of divisions and 1/2 of each of these (which does not satisfy and 1/2 of each of these (which does not satisfy and 1/2 of each of these (which does not satisfy the synchronized reference point specifications.) the synchronized reference point specifications.) the synchronized reference point specifications.) 400 divisions 20 KHz (24.0 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 1024 divisions 6 KHz (7.2 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) Maximum response frequency 300 divisions 28 KHz (33.6 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 800 divisions 200 divisions 42 KHz (50 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 120 divisions 70 KHz (84 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) or less 640 divisions 500 divisions 8 KHz (9.6 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 4000 divisions 1 KHz (1.2 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 3600 divisions 1.1 KHz (1.3 m/min on a scale where = 20 m)
10 KHz (12.0 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 2400 divisions 1.8 KHz (2.1 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 15 KHz (18.0 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 1200 divisions 4.7 KHz (5.6 m/min on a scale where = 20 m)
Minimum phase difference Input level Sin, cos signal Compensation range Reference point signal 0.6 Vp-p to 1.2 Vp-p with 120 load 0.75 Vp-p to 1.2 Vp-p 0.2 V to 1 V with 120 load

100 ns

0.8 Vp-p to 1.2 Vp-p with 120 load 0.9 Vp-p to 1.2 Vp-p 0.2 V to 1 Vp-p with 120 load Speed alarm (minimum phase difference time or maximum response frequency) Level alarm (0.7 Vp-p or less) Minimum alarm time: approximately 400 ms
Alarms *1 Hysteresis Linearity System startup time External dimensions Operating temperature Storage temperature Mass Supplied accessories Options Safety standards and other regulations
Speed alarm (minimum phase difference time or maximum response frequency) Level alarm (0.6 Vp-p or less) Minimum alarm time: approximately 400 ms /2048 /1024 *2 Within 0.5 seconds after the power comes on line
26 (mm)/5.43" 3.66" 1.024" including protrusions 0 to 45C/32 to 114F 20 to 60C/4 to 140F 350 g/771.6 lbs. Manual, output connector, connector cap, mounting screws, Input connector SET-P15-1 (for external reference point) Scale extension cable, external reference point extension cable Output connector with cable FCC: FCC Part 15 Subpart B Class A CE marking: Document management, EMC directive (EN55011 Group 1 Class A, EN50082-2)
*1: The alarm function may not operate when an abnormal offset is generated due to a broken wire, etc. *2: Only applies under ideal signal conditions. * Contact us directly if you have special requirements for the specifications.

s External Dimensions

q MJ100

Unit: mm/inch

26/1.02 93/3.66 1/0.04 13/0.51 13/0.51 4.5/0.18 3/0.12

10/0.39 0.8/0.03

MODE 2 1

q SL130/331

Le 50/1.97 100/3.94 50/1.97

Measuring length (Le)

(1.3)/(0.05)

0.2/0.01 0.3/0.01

10.5/0.41

q SL110

45/1.77 35/1.38 24.4/0.96

(115)/(4.53)

110/4.33

138/5.43

124/4.88
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON ON

LEVEL SPEED

4.oval

N 300/11.81 51.5/2.03 P1

Clamp (included)

51.5/2.03

9/0.35
Measuring length (Le) Overall length: Le + 103/4.06

4.5/0.18

q PL60/25

63/2.48

26.5/1.04 15/ 0.59 13/ 0.51

1/0.04

29.5/ 1.16

7.6/0.23

59/2.32

3000/118.11 (4)/(0.16)

28.6/1.13

s Description of Parts

Mode switches Set the functions of the interpolator, such as switching the number of divisions and reference point adjustment. ABS lamp Lights when the reference point gate is active. POS lamps Indicate the position in the sensor signal cycle. Also indicate the quadrant value that should be set during reference point adjustment. Level alarm lamp Lights to indicate that a level alarm has been generated. Speed alarm lamp Lights to indicate that a speed alarm has been generated. Sensor input connector/ Encoder signal input connector This connector inputs sensor/encoder signal. External reference point input connector This connector inputs external reference point SET-P15 or contact-type fixed point sensor input. Output connector This connector outputs the A/B phase, etc. The power is input through this connector.

Sony Precision Technology Inc.
Toyo Building, 9-17, Nishigotanda 3-chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, 141-0031 Japan Phone: +81-3-3490-9481 Fax: +81-3-3490-8028 http://www.sonypt.co.jp/
SONY is a registered trademark, and is used by Sony Precision Technology Inc. under license from Sony Corporation. Description of this brochure is based on the specifications as of August 1999.

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s Optional accessories for the MJ Series
Output connector for the MJ Series 20-pin plug and plug case for A/B phase output and power supply input Plug: PCR-E20FS (Honda Tsushin Kogyo) Plug case: PCR-E20LC (Honda Tsushin Kogyo) MZ3 Encoder signal input connector for the MJ Series 8-pin mini DIN plug for encoder signal input Plug: TCP6180-01-1120 (Hoshiden) MZ4 External contact reference point gate input connector for the MJ Series 6-pin mini DIN plug for external contact reference point gate input Plug: TCP6160-01-1120 (Hoshiden) CE15-m extension cable for external reference point (4 wires) Includes 6-pin mini DIN male and female connectors CE15-m extension cable for external reference point (4 wires) Includes 6-pin mini DIN male and female connectors CE15-m extension cable for external reference point (4 wires) Includes 6-pin mini DIN male and female connectors CE15-m extension cable for external reference point (4 wires) Includes 6-pin mini DIN male and female connectors CE16-m connector prepared cable end with cable (20 wires) 20-pin connector CE16-m connector prepared cable end with cable (20 wires) 20-pin connector CE17-m connector prepared cable end with cable (8 wires) For 8-pin mini DIN scale signal input CE18-m connector prepared cable end with cable (8 wires) For 6-pin mini DIN external reference point input MZ2

6/0.27 7/0.28

4.5/ 0.18 35/1.38

(14)/ (0.55) 35.5/1.40

13/ 0.51
Catalog No. 631 1999. 8. CX-631-A-IP SONY Printed in Japan Printed on used paper

10.5/ 0.41

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Interpolator

MJ500/ 600/700

Specifications

Power supply Power consumption Output interface Outputs
Can be connected to commercially available analog output encoders
Capable of 80 to 4000 divisions. Number of divisions
MJ500: 80 to 400 divisions MJ600: 500 to 1024 divisions MJ700: 1200 to 4000 divisions The MJ500/600/700 also allow DC offset compensation, gain compensation and phase difference compensation.
Detectors & Interpolators
5 V (4.5 V to 8 V) 4W Line driver (EIA-422) A/B phases, Z phase, U/V/W phases, alarms 400,360,300,240,120,100,80; 1024,1000,960,800,720,640,512,500; 4000,3600,2560,2400,2000,1800,1280,1200; Number of divisions 1/2 of each of these (which does not satisfy 1/2 of each of these (which does not satisfy 1/2 of each of these (which does not satisfy the synchronized reference point specifications.) the synchronized reference point specifications.) the synchronized reference point specifications.) 400 divisions 20 KHz (24.0 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 1024 divisions 6 KHz (7.2 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 4000 divisions 1 KHz (1.2 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) Maximum response 300 divisions 28 KHz (33.6 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 800 divisions 8 KHz (9.6 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 3600 divisions 1.1 KHz (1.3 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) frequency 200 divisions 42 KHz (50 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 640 divisions 10 KHz (12.0 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 2400 divisions 1.8 KHz (2.1 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 120 divisions or less 70 KHz (84 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 500 divisions 15 KHz (18.0 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) 1200 divisions 4.7 KHz (5.6 m/min on a scale where = 20 m) Minimum phase difference 100 ns Sin, Cos signal 0.6 Vp-p to 1.2 Vp-p with 120 load 0.8 Vp-p to 1.2 Vp-p with 120 load Compensation range 0.75 Vp-p to 1.2 Vp-p 0.9 Vp-p to 1.2 Vp-p Reference point signal 0.2 V to 1 Vp-p with 120 load 0.2 V to 1 Vp-p with 120 load Speed alarm (minimum phase difference time or maximum response frequency) Speed alarm (minimum phase difference time or Alarms *1 Level alarm (0.6 Vp-p or less) maximum response frequency) Level alarm (0.7 Vp-p Minimum alarm time: approximately 400 ms or less) Minimum alarm time: approximately 400 ms Hysteresis / 2048 Linearity / 1024*2 System startup time Within 0.5 seconds after the power comes on line External dimensions 138 x 93 x 26 (mm) / 5.43" x 3.66" x 1,024" including protrusions Operating temperature 0 C to 45 C / 32 F to 114 F Storage temperature -20 C to 60 C / -4 F to 140 F Mass 350g/ 0.772 Ibs Supplied accessories Manual, output connector, connector cap, mounting screws SET-P15-1 (for external reference point) Scale extension cable, external reference point extension cable Options Output connector with cable
*1: The alarm function may not operate when the head output signal hes an abnormal offset voltage generated due to a broken wire, etc. *2: Only applies under ideal signal conditions. *Contact us directly if you have special requirements for the specifications.

Input level

System configuration
Analog output-type encoder MJ500

Dimensions

26/1.02 93/3.66 1/0.03

(13/0.51) 13/0.51

4.5/0.17

3/0.11

MODE 2 1
(115/4.52) 110/4.33 138/5.43 124/4.88

MJ700 Rotary scale

OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON ON

LEVEL SPEED

Unit : mm/inch

 

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