3F88L-160/-162 Datasheet by Omron Automation and Safety

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CSM_3F88L-160_-162_DS_E_2_2
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Cam Positioner
3F88L-160/-162
Faster, More Advanced Rotational
Control for Greater Precision and
Improved Productivity
• High speed and high precision double machine
productivity.
• Compact design saves space.
Simple operations and settings match cam outputs
to the rotational angles.
• UL/CSA listing and EC Directive compliance
ensure worldwide application.
• Many convenient onsite functions.
System Configuration
*Display Unit M7F-series was discontinued at the end of March 2016.
Ordering Information
Display Unit
M7E
Display Unit
M7F*
Cam Output Cable
3F88L-CG@@@S
Cam Output
Connector
Resolver
Connector
Resolver Extension Cable
3F88L-CR@@@C
Resolver Cable
3F88L-CR@@@NA
Resolver Cable
3F88L-CR@@@SA
Resolver
3F88L-RS17/-RS17T
Resolver
3F88L-RS15
Resolver
3F88L-RS15W
Programmable Controller
SYSMAC CS Series
SYSMAC CJ Series, Others
Cam Positioner
3F88L-160/162
Name Model
Cam Positioner 16 outputs 3F88L-160
32 outputs 3F88L-162
Resolver Shaft: 10 dia. Standard model 3F88L-RS17
High-torque model 3F88L-RS17T
Shaft: 6 dia. Connector type 3F88L-RS15
Lead-wire type 3F88L-RS15W
Resolver Extension Cable with
Connectors on Both Ends
2 m 3F88L-CR002C
5 m 3F88L-CR005C
10 m 3F88L-CR010C
20 m 3F88L-CR020C
Name Model
RS15 Resolver Cable with Connectors on
Both Ends
3 m 3F88L-CR003NA
5 m 3F88L-CR005NA
10 m 3F88L-CR010NA
15 m 3F88L-CR015NA
20 m 3F88L-CR020NA
RS15W Resolver Cable with Connector
on One End
3 m 3F88L-CR003SA
5 m 3F88L-CR005SA
10 m 3F88L-CR010SA
Cam Output Cable with Connector on
One End
1 m 3F88L-CG001S
3 m 3F88L-CG003S
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Specifications
General Specifications
*Disconnect the functional ground terminal from the protective ground terminal before performing insulation resistance or dielectric strength tests.
Characteristics
Item Model 3F88L-160 3F88L-162
Supply voltage 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Allowable supply voltage 85 to 264 VAC
Power consumption 27 VA max.
Inrush current 40 A at 10 ms max.
I/O power supply 145 mA at 24 VDC
Allowable I/O supply voltage 20.4 to 26.4 VDC
Insulation resistance
20 M
Ω
min. between all external AC power supply terminals and the protective ground terminal (at 500 VDC)
*
Dielectric strength 2,300 VAC at 50/60 Hz for 1 min between all external AC power supply terminals and the protective ground
terminal (leakage current: 10 mA max.) *
Noise immunity IEC 61000-4-4: 2 kV power line
Vibration resistance Conforms to JIS C0911: 10 to 57 Hz with 0.075-mm single amplitude 80 min each in X, Y, and Z directions,
57 to 150 Hz at 9.8-m/s2 acceleration (sweeps: 8 min × 10 sweeps = 80 min total)
Shock resistance Conforms to JIS C0912: 147 m/s2 three times each in X, Y, and Z directions
Ambient operating temperature 0 to 55°C
Ambient operating humidity 10% to 90% (with no condensation)
Ambient operating atmosphere No corrosive gases
Ambient storage temperature 20 to 75°C
Terminals screw size Power supply input: M3.5, control I/O: M3
Momentary power interruption
detection time
Does not detect momentary power interruptions lasting less than 15 ms.
Dimensions 110 × 100 × 82.5 mm (W × H × D)
Weight 1 kg max.
Structure Mounted inside panel
Mounting method Screw mounting (two M4 screws) or DIN Track mounting
Item Model 3F88L-160 3F88L-162
No. of outputs 16 32
Output performance Open-collector output, maximum switching capacity: 300 mA at 26.4 VDC (1.6 A max. per connector)
No. of banks 8 banks at 360 resolution, 4 banks at 720 resolution
Display 7-segment LED (current bank, speed, current angle)
Response speed 1,600 r/min at 360 resolution, 800 r/min at 720 resolution
Detection cycle 100 μs max.
Reproducibility 0.2°
Memory backup No. of non-volatile memory (EEPROM) writes: 100,000 times
Control unit 1/360 at 360 resolution, 1/720 at 720 resolution
Origin compensation 1 to 359 at 360 resolution, 1 to 719 at 720 resolution
Backlash compensation 1 to 179 at 360 resolution, 1 to 359 at 720 resolution
Advance angle compensation Advance angle compensation Range:1 to 359 at 360 resolution, 1 to 719 at 720 resolution
Speed input range: 1 to 1,600 at 360 resolution, 1 to 800 at 720 resolution
Note: Only zero will be accepted for the angle advancement input when the speed input is zero.
Control inputs START, TRIG, BANK 1 to 3, and RESET
Photocoupler input impedance: 4.7 kΩ
Control outputs RUN, ERROR, and M·DET
Open-collector output, maximum switching capacity, 300 mA at 26.4 VDC
Speed detection accuracy 5 r/min max.
3F88L-1 60l-1 62 aFaaL Mountin Track PFP 0N éL U4 ‘LLJ' Mounting Track PFP 0N
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Dimensions
Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated.
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Mounting Track
Mounting Track
3F88L
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162
CAM POSITIONER
BANK/
BANK/
FUN
FUN
CAM/
CAM/
PRMTR
PRMTR
ON/
ON/
OFF
OFF
CLR SET
BANK/FUN
BANK/FUN
CAM/PRMTR
CAM/PRMTR
SPEED/ON
SPEED/ON
POSITION/OFF
POSITION/OFF
CW
CCW
ADJP CLR
SET
PRGM
RUN
CAM17
32 CAM1
16
Resolver Cable Wiring Diagram
90.5
101±0.2
110
91±0.2 100 104.7
Two,
4.5 dia.
82.5
73.2
92
3
F
88
L
-160
3F88L-162
4.5
15 25 25
10 10
25 25 15 (5) (See note.)
35±0.3
7.3±0.15
27±0.15
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Note: The values shown in parentheses are for the PFP-50N.
1,000 (500) (See note.)
PFP
-100
N
PFP-50N
Model
PFP-100N
PFP-50N
4.5
15 25 25
10 10
1,000
25 25 15 1 1.5
29.2242735±0.3
16
PFP
-100
N
2
Model
PFP-100N2
Basic Operating Procedure Resolution Modes
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Overview of Functions
Basic Operating Procedure
Enter the cam program (i.e., the cam output ON/OFF pattern) into the Cam Positioner. Use the bank selector signals to select a bank and turn the
RUN signal ON to start operation.
Resolution
The angle resolution can be set to 360 increments/rotation or 720 increments/rotation.
The function and performance of the following items depend on the resolution.
Note: If you want the ON angle to be 90°, for example, set 90 for a 360 resolution and 180 for a 720 resolution.
Modes
The 3F88L-160/162 Cam Positioners have three modes that can be selected from the mode selector switch on the front of the Positioner. They
are RUN, PRGM, and SET.
The following functions are supported in each mode.
RUN mode: Normal operation or adjustment operation
PRGM mode: Creating, editing, deleting, or testing a cam program
SET mode: Entering Cam Positioner parameters and compensation settings, teaching, or entering communications settings
Cam Positioner
Resolver
Bank selector signals (BANK 1 to 3)
RUN signal (START)
User machine
and equipment
Cam output 1
Cam output 2
Cam output 3
0°
Resolver angle 90°180°270°0°
Control input
Cam output
Cam program (bank 1)
Cam No. Step ON angle OFF angle
1
2
2
3
...
1
1
2
1
...
90
315
135
0
...
180
45
225
45
...
(Example of a program at 360 resolution)
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CAM POSITIONER
BANK/
BANK/
FUN
FUN
CAM/
CAM/
PRMTR
PRMTR
ON/
ON/
OFF
OFF
CLR SET
BANK/FUN
BANK/FUN
CAM/PRMTR
CAM/PRMTR
SPEED/ON
SPEED/ON
POSITION/OFF
POSITION/OFF
CW
CCW
ADJP CLR
SET
PRG
RUN
CAM17
32 CAM1
16
Cam program (bank 2)
Cam program (bank 3)
...
...
Item Resolution Resolution of 360 Resolution of 720
Angle setting and display unit (See note.) 1° is set and displayed as "1". 0.5° is set and displayed as "1".
Allowable Resolver speed 1,600 r/min 800 r/min
No. of steps in the cam program 180 steps max. 360 steps max.
No. of banks 8 banks 4 banks
SET (Setting) Mode
Sets parameters for 3F88L-160/162
Cam Positioners.
Sets various compensation values.
Enables teaching.
Sets communications.
Adjusts the origin position.
PRGM (Programming) Mode
Creates, edits, and deletes cam
programs.
Tests operation.
RUN (Operation) Mode
Normal operation
Adjustment operation
Cam output and control I/O
monitoring
•Origin shift
Move
between
modes
Move
between
modes
Selecting Function Levels Basic Functions Application Functions Initial Setting Function OITIROn
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Selecting Function Levels
The following function levels are supported by the Cam Positioner using the Function Level Selector setting.
Function Level 0 (Monitor Only)
Enables cam output and monitoring. You cannot write cam programs or set parameters in this level.
This level is used to prevent accidental changes to cam programs and parameters.
Functions that have already been set will operate from this level.
Function Level 1 (Basic Operation/Monitor Only)
You can write cam programs in addition to performing all level 0 functions from this level.
This level is used for basic operation.
Function Level 2 (All)
All Cam Positioner functions are enabled in this level.
This level provides access to the application functions.
Basic Functions
Cam Program Write Function
A cam program is used to set the cam output ON/OFF angles. Up
to 180 steps registered in 8 banks can be set per cam output at 360
resolution and up to 360 steps registered in 4 banks can be set per
cam output at 720 resolution.
Cam programs are generally input from the Operation Keys on the
front of the Cam Positioner, but a computer using the CompoWay/F
communications protocol can also be used to input them.
Note: 1. One step is one ON/OFF combination for a cam.
2. A bank is a program unit with cam outputs 1 to 32
constituting a set for the 3F88L-162, and cam outputs 1 to
16 constituting a set for the 3F88L-160. Switch banks to
change the program that is used for operation.
Cam Output Function
The cam output function is used to turn the cam outputs ON and
OFF according to the ON/OFF angle settings for each cam in the
bank specified by the BANK inputs while the START input is ON.
Monitor Function
The monitor function is used to monitor cam outputs and control I/O
status.
Save Data
The save data function stores parameters and cam programs in
EEPROM memory. The memory is non-volatile, and does not require
battery replacement or any other maintenance.
No. of Programs Check
The number of programs check is used to check the number of
programs and the origin compensation angle.
Initial Setting Function
Encoder Resolution Setting
The Encoder resolution per Resolver revolution can be set to 360 or
720.
Rotation Direction Setting
The direction in which the angle increases can be set to match the
rotation direction of the Cam Positioner and the Encoder.
Application Functions
Origin Compensation
Any angular position can be changed to 0° to align the Cam
Positioner origin with the Encoder origin.
Origin Shift
If the TRIG input turns ON in RUN mode, the origin shift function
changes any angular position to 0° to align the Cam Positioner origin
with the Encoder origin.
Backlash Compensation
The detection angles can be offset in the clockwise and
counterclockwise directions to absorb the play in the mechanical
system.
Advance Angle Compensation
The advance angle compensation function advances the cam output
angle proportional to Resolver speed.
Cam Protection
The cam protection function applies levels of protection per cam or
per bank to prevent cam ON/OFF data from being accidentally
changed or deleted.
One-direction Function Setting
The one-direction function setting can be used to enable a cam
output in one direction only. It can be set for each cam.
Output Hold Function
The output hold function holds the previous cam output status when
you switch to the program mode or when an error occurs.
PV Output Function
The PV output function uses the cam output signals to output signals
to a Display Unit (M7E, M7F*, etc.). It can be used to display the
present angle and speed on the Display Unit.
Pulse Output Function
The pulse output function allows ON/OFF data set at regular
intervals for any bank or cam to be automatically set in memory.
Teaching
The teaching function allows you to enter Resolver angle data
directly as cam program settings while you manually operate the
Encoder.
Copy Function
The copy function allows you to set a master Cam Positioner so you
can copy cam programs, compensation values, and settings all at
once to other Cam Positioners.
Test Operation
The test operation allows you to change the ON/OFF angles in real
time and produce cam outputs in PRGM mode, ignoring the control
input signal status, to adjust the ON/OFF angles to match those of
the Encoder.
*Display Unit M7F-series was discontinued at the end of March
2016.
omRon To canverl mlllimelers mm inches, multiply by 0.03937. To canven grams imo ounces, multiply by 0.03527.
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Adjustment Operation
The adjustment operation allows you to change the ON/OFF angles
in real time under normal operating conditions (i.e., while producing
cam outputs) to adjust the ON/OFF angles to match those of the
Encoder.
Communications
The Cam Positioner has a communications port that conforms to
CompoWay/F form B. Using communications allows you to read and
write cam programs or monitor the present angle and speed via
communications through this port.
Note: CompoWay/F is an integrated protocol used for OMRON
general-purpose serial communications. It uses a uniform
frame format and the factory interface network service (FINS)
command structure widely used by OMRON products, such as
Programmable Controllers, to facilitate communications
between multiple components or between computers and
components.
In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
To convert millimeters into inches, multiply by 0.03937. To convert grams into ounces, multiply by 0.03527.
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