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  • Control Box for Unloader

    STEC-360A Operation Manual

  • Contents 1. OUTLINE ..................................................................................1 2. ADDING I/O ..............................................................................2

    2-1. Standard I/O.....................................................................................................2 2-2. Additional Installation of I/O of the Interlock Board (PI360).........................3 2-3. Additionally Installing I/O Board (OPM401) .................................................4 2-4. About I/O.........................................................................................................5

    2-4-1. Input Specifications .......................................................................................... 5 2-4-2. Connection of Input and Output Signals .......................................................... 5 2-4-3. Output Specifications ....................................................................................... 6 2-4-4. Output Signal Connection ................................................................................ 6

    3. NC STEP PROGRAM................................................................7 3-1. Types of Programs ...........................................................................................7 3-2. Program Size ...................................................................................................7 3-3. Interruption Position........................................................................................8 3-4. List of Program Commands...........................................................................13 3-5. I/O and Memory for Program........................................................................35 3-6. Flow of the Program......................................................................................45

    4. NC POINT SETTING..............................................................46 4-1. Display of NC Point Setting Screen ..............................................................46 4-2. NC Point Setting............................................................................................47

    5. NC PACKAGING.....................................................................50 5-1. Display of NC Packaging Screen ..................................................................51 5-2. NC Packaging Setting....................................................................................52 5-3. NC Free Packaging........................................................................................55

    5-3-1. Display of NC free packaging screen ............................................................. 55 5-3-2. NC free packaging setting .............................................................................. 56

    6. FREE OPERATION ................................................................57 7. PROGRAM SAMPLE ..............................................................59

    APPENDIX .............................................................................85

    NC step check sheet ............................................................................................85 NC point check sheet ..........................................................................................86 I/O connection circuit diagram ...........................................................................87

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    1. OUTLINE STEC-360A is equipped with the interrupt program function that can insert any given NC program between basic operations. (Option) It is necessary to turn ON Interrupt NC program mode by the system mode to use this function. The interrupt program will not be executed even if the program is input while the mode is turned OFF. You can use the function by adding the I/O board or I/O interface board when newly connecting the input and output equipment and creating the program. Four types of programs are provided according the uses. This manual provides various information regarding the above mentioned additional board and interrupt program. Please refer to separate Operation Manual as for basic programming and operation of STEC-360A.

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    2. ADDING I/O

    2-1. Standard I/O It is not necessary to additionally install I/O when you do not use new input and output signals or you create a program within the range of the following input and output signals even if you use the interrupt program. The input and output signal at the machine side is controlled by the carriage unit relay board. The standard input and output signals are as follows. As for input and output which are optionally reserved, you can use them when options are not installed or not to be installed. * Please note that these input and output are used when options are installed.

    Signal name Details

    OTB470

    Signal name Details

    OTB 470

    L1 Traverse axis home position V1U L2 Traverse axis overrun V1D L12 Traverse axis release side area V1DH L3 Product arm ascent end V1S L3S (S) arm ascent end V2B L4 Product confirmation V2A L4T Product confirmation in the chuck V2S L4V Suction confirmation V31 Chuck open L4S Runner confirmation V3V Suction release L5 V32 Spool chuck open L6 V3S Runner chuck open L7 V4R Posture return L8 Posture return end V4P Posture action L9 Posture action end V5 Hook removal L10 Traverse axis extract side area V6 Nipper in the chuck L11 Hook removal end V7 Rotation return PS Air pressure V8 Rotation action L13 Spare input 2 V9 NT pull L14 Rotation return end V10 NT cut L15 Rotation action end V11 NT position L16 Suction confirmation 2 V12 NT unit advance L17 Spare input 1 V13 Suction release 2 L33 Interference prevention V14 Chuck slide THT Traverse axis thermal V15 Air blow LHW Product crosswise axis home position V16 Spare output 1 LOW Product crosswise axis overrun V17 Suction *1 LHS (S) Crosswise axis home position V18 Suction 2 LOS (S) Crosswise axis overrun MTB Traverse axis brake LHV Product vertical axis home position MBW Product crosswise axis brake LOV Product vertical axis overrun MBS (S) Crosswise axis brake LHVS (S) Vertical axis home position MBV Product vertical axis brake LOVS (S) Vertical axis overrun MBVS (S) Vertical axis brake

    * Check input and output before using the unit because spare input and output may be used

    according to the optional specifications of the unit. *1 V17 is used at suction (standard).

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    2-2. Additional Installation of I/O of the Interlock Board (PI360) Additionally installing I/O interface board (SIOF88) on the interlock board (PI360) allows use of sixteen input and output points. Names of additional installation positions and signals are as follows; * Be careful because these input and output are used when an option is attached.

    Additional installation positions (connected to CON B, CON C)

    Details of signals

    INPUT OUTPUT MD Safety door close RY1 Mold open safety MO Mold open complete RY2 Mold close safety MC Mold close complete RY3 Cycle start ME Ejector end RY4 MN Defective product signal RY5 Alarm RD Release side descend command RY6 Jig start OD Release side safety RY7 Ejector advance SP7 RY8 MA Molding machine automatic SP10 H100 Mold replacement request 9B H130 Mold replacement allowed 5B H109 Mold No. set 9A H131 Setting error 5A H110 Setting start 8B H132 Setting complete 4B H111 Unloader operation allowed 8A H133 Setting operating 4A H112 Error reset 7B 3B 7A 3A 6B 2B 6A 2A H101 Mold No. 27 9B H134 Mold No. answer 27 5B H102 Mold No. 26 9A H135 Mold No. answer 26 5A H103 Mold No. 25 8B H136 Mold No. answer 25 4B H104 Mold No. 24 8A H137 Mold No. answer 24 4A H105 Mold No. 23 7B H138 Mold No. answer 23 3B H106 Mold No. 22 7A H139 Mold No. answer 22 3A H107 Mold No. 21 6B H140 Mold No. answer 21 2B H108 Mold No. 20 6A H141 Mold No. answer 20 2A

    * Check the specifications of the unit in advance because input and output 1 to 6 may be used according to the optional specifications of the unit.

    Optionally reserved input output SIOF88 CON B

    Optionally reserved input output SIOF88 CON C

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    2-3. Additionally Installing I/O Board (OPM401) Input and output can be used by additionally installing I/O interface as follows: * Install the external power supply for input and output when additionally installing this I/O

    board (OPM401). 1) Additionally installing OPM401 I/O : 8/8 2) Additionally installing OPM401and one SIOF88 I/O : 8/8 + 8/8

    3) Additionally installing OPM401 and two SIOF88I/O : 8/8 + 8/8 2 4) Additionally installing OPM401 and three SIOF88I/O : 8/8 + 8/8 3

    INPUT OUTPUT I 10 Input 10 9B O 10 Output 10 5B I 11 Input 11 9A O 11 Output 11 5A I 12 Input 12 8B O 12 Output 12 4B I 13 Input 13 8A O 13 Output 13 4A I 14 Input 14 7B O 14 Output 14 3B I 15 Input 15 7A O 15 Output 15 3A I 16 Input 16 6B O 16 Output 16 2B I 17 Input 17 6A O 17 Output 17 2A I 18 Input 18 9B O 18 Output 18 5B I 19 Input 19 9A O 19 Output 19 5A I 20 Input 20 8B O 20 Output 20 4B I 21 Input 21 8A O 21 Output 21 4A I 22 Input 22 7B O 22 Output 22 3B I 23 Input 23 7A O 23 Output 23 3A I 24 Input 24 6B O 24 Output 24 2B I 25 Input 25 6A O 25 Output 25 2A I 26 Input 26 9B O 26 Output 26 5B I 27 Input 27 9A O 27 Output 27 5A I 28 Input 28 8B O 28 Output 28 4B I 29 Input