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Electrical diagrams Cyclone TU150E and Triac Machines

Post by SaulGuv » Fri 13 Jun , 2008 6:55 am

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We have in the University UTP in Mexico ,one Cyclone TU150E Serial:E0 4480/3, Serial No. of electronics: OC 0017454 and one Triac VMC serial:E0 4480/1 with serial No. of electronics: OC 0017451, we want to made the integratión using one Fanuc Robot, but we do not have de electrical diagrams, I would like to get them but Do you have available that information?. and the manuals of this machines.?

I hope anybody can help us

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Post by bradders » Fri 13 Jun , 2008 8:36 am

Cyclone TU150E 1993 drawings
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Post by bradders » Fri 13 Jun , 2008 8:52 am

Triac VMC 1993 drawings
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Post by bradders » Fri 13 Jun , 2008 8:55 am

Note ! These 2 machines can be upgraded (if they are initially in full working order) to run VR Milling Ver 5 and VR Turning Ver 1 software. Our agent in Mexico is Harry Mazal

Harry Mazal, S.A. de C.V.
Laguna de Tamiahua No.204
Col. Anahuac, Del. Miguel Hidalgo
11320 Mexico, D.F.
Mexico
Tel 00 52 55 53961133

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Post by SaulGuv » Fri 13 Jun , 2008 14:07 pm

Thank you by your soon answer

The Cyclone and the Triac VMC have Despatch date: October 1994 Those drawings are compatibles?

I saw in the files the seccion of additional I/O , it mention 2 Aux Input,1,2 and 2 Aux Output 1,2, there is a Produc Manual o where explain the function of signal of the additional I/O and each component?

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Post by bradders » Mon 16 Jun , 2008 7:44 am

Unfortunately, I cannot be 100% sure that the drawings a 100% compatible for your machines. Details of drawing Nos were not kept for individual machines.
The additional I/O was just extra I/O for the controller

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Post by Denford Admin » Mon 16 Jun , 2008 9:33 am

Aren't Aux I/O used for controlling the machine in CIM/Robot mode ?

To give you some clues, I think:
Aux I/O 1 is to control the CNC (start/stop program)
Aux I/O 2 is to control the Vice or Chuck

These may be controlled by M-codes:
62,63,64,65,66,67,76 and 77

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Post by bradders » Mon 16 Jun , 2008 9:39 am

I think Aux 1 was a Machine BUSY / IDLE signal and Aux 2 was clamp OPEN / CLOSE signal

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TRIAC VMC
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Dispatch Date: NOV 1990
Export No: 3748
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Re: Electrical diagrams Cyclone TU150E and Triac Machines

Post by JRennich » Fri 09 Jul , 2010 1:02 am

Hello,

Do you know if the schematics for the Triac VMC 1990 model is the same as your downloadable 1993 version? If not, do you know where I might obtain the correct verison? To the best of my knowledge, my machine was a DOS run unit.

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Re: Electrical diagrams Cyclone TU150E and Triac Machines

Post by Denford Admin » Fri 09 Jul , 2010 9:03 am

Why not download them and see if it matches, or is close ?

Unfortunately, the people around in 1990 who knew exactly what was what, no longer work for Denford
- we do our best to provide (free) information from what remains here in the old filing cabinets, but we simply don't know what different variations of hardware and software were being used 20 years ago.

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