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Cam Positioner
H8PS
CSM_H8PS_DS_E_6_2
This Compact Cam Positioner, Popular for Its
Ease-of-use, Now Comes with Even Better
Functions.
• Compact 8-, 16-, and 32-output Models available that are 1/4DIN size at 96 x 96 mm.
• High-speed operation at 1,600 r/min and high-precision settings
to 0.5° ensure widespread application.
• Highly visible display with backlit negative transmissive LCD.
• Advance angle compensation function to compensate for output
delays.
• Bank function for multi-product production (8 banks).
(H8PS-16@/-32@ models.)
• Speed display and pulse output.
• Approved standards: UL/CSA and EMC.
Refer to Safety Precautions for All Counters and
Safety Precautions on page 18 and 19.
Features
Models with 8, 16, or 32 Outputs
Speed Display and Speed Alarm Output
The lineup includes Models with 32 outputs in a compact 1/4-DIN
size. Using the optional Parallel Input Adapter (Y92C-30) enables
expanding to up to 64 outputs for one encoder to support anything
from a simple positioning application to a large-scale system.
Both the speed (rotations/minutes) and present angular position can
be displayed at the same time. Alarm outputs can be produced for
both upper and lower speed limits.
1
2
7
RUN
8-output Models
16-output Models 32-output Models
Speed
96 mm
CAM
1
2
RUN
Large, Backlit Negative LCDs
Large LCDs, red for the process value and green for set values, show
a wealth of operation information, making operating status visible at
a glance.
High Speed Up To 1,600 r/min
High Precision Up To 0.5° (at 720 Resolution)
High-speed, high-precision applications can be easily handled and
productivity increased.
Bank Function for Multi-product Production
Up to eight different programs can be registered in advance to
enable fast and easy switching between products (16/32-output
Models only).
USB Communications for Easy Setting from
a Computer
Optional Support Software can be used to enable programming from
a personal computer via USB communications. Programs can be
easily copied, saved, printed, and much more.
Upper limit
Lower limit
Upper limit
alarm output
Lower limit
alarm output
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Simple Programming
The programming method is designed based on a one key-one
action concept for settings that could not be simpler. Both initial
settings and factory adjustments are effort-free.
Speed
STEP
Switchable
96 mm
s
Error
Present angular
position
Speed
CAM
STEP
Present angular
position
Advance Angle Compensation Function to
Compensate for Output Delays
The advance angle compensation (ADV) function automatically
advances the ON/OFF angle of outputs in proportion to machine
(encoder) speed to compensate for the delay in timing of ON/OFF
operation. ADV values can be set individually for 7 cam outputs.
Cam program settings
100°
8° compensation
180°
At high-speed (400 r/min)
92°
172°
Pulse Output for Timing Control
The number of pulses per rotation and the pulse output start angle
can be set to enable operations like adjusting timing with a PLC or
outputting to a rotation meter.
Pulse output
PLC
Rotation meter
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Model Number Structure
■ Model Number Legend
H8PS-@@@@
1 2 3 4
1. Number of outputs
8: 8 outputs
16: 16 outputs
32: 32 outputs
2. Panel language
B: English
3. Mounting method
None: Flush mounting
F:
Surface mounting/
track mounting
4. Output configuration
None: NPN transistor output
P:
PNP transistor output
Ordering Information
■ List of Models
Cam Positioner
Number of outputs
8 outputs
Mounting method
Flush mounting
Surface mounting/
track mounting
16 outputs
Flush mounting
Surface mounting/
track mounting
32 outputs
Flush mounting
Surface mounting/
track mounting
Output configuration
NPN transistor output
PNP transistor output
NPN transistor output
PNP transistor output
NPN transistor output
PNP transistor output
NPN transistor output
PNP transistor output
NPN transistor output
PNP transistor output
NPN transistor output
PNP transistor output
Bank function
No
Yes
Model
H8PS-8B
H8PS-8BP
H8PS-8BF
H8PS-8BFP
H8PS-16B
H8PS-16BP
H8PS-16BF
H8PS-16BFP
H8PS-32B
H8PS-32BP
H8PS-32BF
H8PS-32BFP
Dedicated Absolute Encoder
Type
Economy
Standard
Rigid
256
256
Resolution
Cable length
2m
1m
2m
360
720
256
360
720
2m
Model
E6CP-AG5C-C 256P/R 2M
E6C3-AG5C-C 256P/R 1M
E6C3-AG5C-C 256P/R 2M
E6C3-AG5C-C 360P/R 2M
E6C3-AG5C-C 720P/R 2M
E6F-AG5C-C 256P/R 2M
E6F-AG5C-C 360P/R 2M
E6F-AG5C-C 720P/R 2M
Accessories (Order Separately)
Name
Discrete Wire Output Cable
Connector-type Output Cable
Support Software
Shaft Coupling for the E6CP
Shaft Coupling for the E6C3
Shaft Coupling for the E6F
Extension Cable (See note.)
Parallel Input Adapter
Protective Cover
Watertight Cover
Track Mounting Base
Mounting Track
End Plate
Spacer
Specification
2m
2m
CD-ROM
Axis: 6 mm dia.
Axis: 8 mm dia.
Axis: 10 mm dia.
5 m (same for E6CP, E6C3, and E6F)
Two Units can operate in parallel.
------50 cm × 7.3 mm (l × t)
1 m × 7.3 mm (l × t)
1 m × 16 mm (l × t)
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Model
Y92S-41-200
E5ZE-CBL200
H8PS-SOFT-V1
E69-C06B
E69-C08B
E69-C10B
E69-DF5
Y92C-30
Y92A-96B
Y92A-96N
Y92F-91
PFP-50N
PFP-100N
PFP-100N2
PFP-M
PFP-S
Note: Ask your OMRON representative about the availability of non-standard lengths.
Recommended USB Cables
Name
USB Cable
Recommended manufacturer
ELECOM CO.Ltd.
Specification
A-miniB, 2m
Model
U2C-MF20BK
Note: If you can’t purchase recommended replacement, please purchase commercially available USB cable that attached ferrite core.
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Specifications
■ Ratings
Item
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Rated supply voltage
24 VDC
Operating voltage range
85% to 110% of rated supply voltage
Mounting method
Flush mounting
Power consumption
Approx. 4.5 W at 26.4 VDC for 8-output models
Approx. 6.0 W at 26.4 VDC for 16-/32-output models
Inputs
Encoder input
Connections to a dedicated absolute encoder
External Input
inputs signals
8-output Models: None
16-/32-output Models: Bank inputs 1/2/4, origin input, start input
Input type
Outputs Cam outputs
RUN output
Surface mounting,
track mounting
Flush mounting
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Surface mounting,
track mounting
No voltage inputs: ON impedance:1 kΩ max. (Leakage current: approx. 2 mA at 0 Ω)
ON residual voltage: 2 V max., OFF impedance: 100 kΩ min., Applied voltage: 30 VDC max.
Minimum input signal width: 20 ms
NPN open-collector transistor outputs
30 VDC max.,
100 mA max. (Do not exceed 1.6 A total for all cam
outputs and the RUN output.),
residual voltage: 2 VDC max.
PNP open-collector transistor outputs
30 VDC max. (26.4 VDC for 16-/32-output Models),
100 mA max. (Do not exceed 1.6 A total for all cam
outputs and the RUN output.),
residual voltage: 2 VDC max.
Pulse output
NPN open-collector transistor output
30 VDC max.,
30 mA max.,
residual voltage: 0.5 VDC max.
PNP open-collector transistor output
30 VDC max. (26.4 VDC for 16-/32-output Models)
30 mA max.,
residual voltage: 2 VDC max.
Number of outputs
8-output Models: 8 cam outputs, 1 RUN output, 1 pulse output
16-output Models: 16 cam outputs, 1 RUN output, 1 pulse output
32-output Models: 32 cam outputs, 1 RUN output, 1 pulse output
Number of banks
8 banks (for 16-/32-output Models only)
Display method
7-segment, negative transmissive LCD (Main Display: 11 mm (red), Sub-display: 5.5 mm (green))
Memory backup method
EEPROM (overwrites: 100000 times min.) that can store data for 10 years min.
Ambient operating
temperature
−10 to 55°C (with no icing or condensation)
Storage temperature
−25 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
25% to 85%
Degree of protection
Panel surface: IP40, Rear case: IP20
Case color
Light gray (Munsell 5Y7/1)
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■ Characteristics
Setting unit
0.5° increments at a resolution of 720, 1° increments at a resolution of 256 or 360 (See note 1.)
Number of steps
Up to 10 steps can be set for each cam to turn the output ON/OFF 10 times. (See note 2.)
Inputs
Connections to a dedicated absolute encoder
• Response rotation speed (in Run/Test Mode)
1600 r/min max. at a resolution of 256 or 360 (1200 r/min max. if ADV function is set for 4 or more cams)
(See notes 3 and 4.)
800 r/min max. at a resolution of 720 (600 r/min max. if ADV function is set for 4 or more cams)
• Includes error data detection
Encoder input
Encoder cable extension
distance
256/360 resolution
100 m max. at 330 r/min or less
52 m max. at 331 to 1200 r/min (331 to 900 r/min if ADV function is set for 4 or more cams)
12 m max. at 1201 to 1600 r/min (901 to 1200 r/min if ADV function is set for 4 or more cams)
720 resolution
100 m max. at 330 r/min or less
52 m max. at 331 to 600 r/min (331 to 450 r/min if ADV function is set for 4 or more cams)
12 m max. at 601 to 800 r/min (451 to 600 r/min if ADV function is set for 4 or more cams)
Output response time
0.3 ms max.
Insulation resistance
100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between current-carrying terminals and exposed non-current-carrying metal
parts, between all current-carrying parts and the USB connector
Dielectric strength
1000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between current-carrying terminals and exposed non-current-carrying metal
parts
500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between current-carrying section and USB connector, and between currentcarrying terminals and non-current-carrying metal part of output connector
Impulse withstand voltage
1 kV between power terminals
1.5 kV between current-carrying terminals and exposed non-current-carrying metal parts
Noise immunity
±480 V between power terminals, ±600 V between input terminals
Square-wave noise by noise simulator (pulse width: 100 ns/1 μs, 1-ns rise)
Static immunity
8 kV (malfunction), 15 kV (destruction)
Vibration
resistance
Destruction
10 to 55 Hz with 0.75-mm single amplitude each in 3 directions for 2 hours each
Malfunction
10 to 55 Hz with 0.5-mm single amplitude each in 3 directions for 10 minutes each
Shock
resistance
Destruction
300 m/s2 3 times each in 6 directions
Malfunction
200 m/s2 3 times each in 6 directions
Approved safety standards
cULus (Listing): UL508/CSA C22.2 No. 14
EMC
(EMI)
Emission Enclosure:
(EMS)
Immunity ESD:
EN61326
EN55011 Group1 Class A
EN61326
EN61000-4-2: 4 kV contact discharge
8 kV air discharge
Immunity RF-interference:
EN61000-4-3: 10 V/m (Amplitude-modulated, 80 MHz to 1 GHz)
10 V/m (Pulse-modulated, 900 MHz ±5 MHz)
Immunity Conducted Disturbance EN61000-4-6: 10 V (0.15 to 80 MHz)
Immunity Burst:
EN61000-4-4: 2 kV for power-line
1 kV for I/O signal-line
Immunity Surge:
EN61000-4-5: 1 kV line to line (power line)
2 kV line to ground (power line)
Weight
Approx. 300 g (Cam Positioner main unit only)
Note: 1.
2.
3.
4.
Cam output precision, however, is 2° max. for Encoder with 256 resolution (P/R).
Although 32-output Models can have 10 steps set for any one output, there must be no more than 160 steps total set for all cam outputs.
The maximum is 1000 r/min when an E6CP-AG5C-C Encoder is connected.
ADV stands for Advance Angle Compensation.
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■ Functions
Item
H8PS-8@
H8PS-16@
H8PS-32@
Encoder rotation direction
switching
Encoder data can be set with a DIP switch to forward (CW) or reverse (CCW) direction.
Encoder origin designation
The present display angular
The present display angular position can be set to 0° (origin) by using the
position can be set to 0° (origin) by origin input terminal or the ORIGIN Key on the front panel.
pressing the ORIGIN Key on the
Note: All banks use the same origin.
front panel.
Angle display switch
Converts the Absolute Encoder value display from 256 divisions/revolution to 360°/revolution.
Rotation display monitor
Graphically displays the Encoder rotational angular position.
Teaching function
Sets the cam output ON/OFF angle based on actual machine (Encoder) operation.
Pulse output
Outputs a preset number of pulses per Encoder rotation. It also sets the pulse output start angle.
Switching the angle and
speed displays
Displays both the present angular position and the number of Encoder revolutions (speed) in Run Mode.
Switches back and forth between the main display showing the present angular position with the sub-display
showing the speed and the main display showing the speed with the sub-display showing the present angular
position.
Bank function
---
Enables the entire cam program to be changed at one time by switching
banks (0 to 7).
The bank that is running can be switched using the bank input terminal or the
BANK Key on the front panel.
Also enables programs to be copied between banks.
Advance angle compensation Automatically advances the ON/OFF angle of cam outputs in proportion to machine (encoder) speed to
(ADV) function
compensate for the delay in timing of ON/OFF operation. ADV values can be set individually for 7 cam outputs.
Speed alarm output
A specified cam output can be used as an Encoder speed alarm output.
The function can output upper and lower limit speed alarms.
All protection function
Disables all key and switch operations in Run Mode to prevent incorrect or unauthorized operation.
Cam protection function
Prohibits program changes at the cam output level. Any cam numbers can be protected.
Step number limit
Limits the number of steps that can be set per cam output. Prohibits incorrect operations by adding to the
program.
Output prohibit
---
The start input can be turned OFF in Run or Test Mode to prohibit cam
output.
Note: Use this function carefully for the application because no cam outputs
are provided when the start input is turned OFF.
Support Software settings
---
Programs can be uploaded or downloaded easily by connecting a personal
computer to the Cam Positioner using a USB Cable (Recommended USB
Cables: ELECOM CO.Ltd. U2C-MF20BK) and the Support Software (H8PSSOFT-V1, sold separately).
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Connections
■ Terminal Arrangement
Alignment markings
Not used
Start
Not used
Not used
24 VDC
+ −
H8PS-16@/-32@ (16-/32-output Models)
NPN Output,
Flush Mounting
H8PS-16@/-32@
Bank 4
Origin
Pulse output
RUN output
Encoder
COM
Bank 1
Bank 2
H8PS-8@ (8-output Models)
NPN Output,
Flush Mounting
H8PS-8@
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
9 10 11 12 13
(Rear view)
(Rear view)
Cam 8
Not used
Not used
Not used
Start
NPN Output,
Surface Mounting
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Bank 4
Origin
Pulse output
RUN output
Alignment markings
24 VDC
+ −
Encoder
COM
Bank 1
Bank 2
Cam 7
Cam 6
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 3
Cam 2
Cam 1
Encoder
Alignment markings
RUN output
+ −
24 VDC
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
NPN Output,
Surface Mounting
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Not used
Pulse output
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
9 10 11 12 13
(Front view)
(Front view)
Cam 8
Cam 7
Cam 6
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 3
Cam 2
Alignment markings
Pulse output
RUN output
+ −
24 VDC
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Cam 1
Not used
1 2 3 4 5
Alignment markings
Not used
Not used
Start
24 VDC
+ −
PNP Output,
Flush Mounting
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COM
Bank 1
Bank 2
Vs (See note.)
Pulse output
RUN output
Encoder
Bank 4
Origin
Encoder
PNP Output,
Flush Mounting
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6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
9 10 11 12 13
(Rear view)
(Rear view)
+ −
24 VDC
Not used
Not used
Start
PNP Output,
Surface Mounting
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Alignment markings
Encoder
Bank 4
Origin
Vs (See note.)
Alignment markings
24 VDC
+ −
1 2 3 4 5
Vs (See note.)
Pulse output
RUN output
Cam 8
Cam 7
Cam 6
Cam 4
Cam 5
Pulse output
RUN output
Encoder
Note: The VS terminal
is not internally
connected to
the positive (+)
power supply
terminal.
COM
Bank 1
Bank 2
PNP Output,
Surface Mounting
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Cam 3
Cam 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Cam 1
Note: The VS terminal
is not internally
connected to the
positive (+) power
supply terminal.
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
9 10 11 12 13
(Front view)
(Front view)
Note: The VS terminal
is not internally
connected to the
positive (+) power
supply terminal.
1 2 3 4 5
+ −
24 VDC
Vs (See note.)
Pulse output
RUN output
Cam 8
Cam 7
Cam 6
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 3
Cam 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Cam 1
Note: The VS terminal
is not internally
connected to the
positive (+) power
supply terminal.
Alignment markings
Encoder
Note: For PNP output models, the VS terminal and power supply terminals are not connected internally.
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Output Cable Connections (16-/32-output Models Only)
Flush Mounting Models
Surface Mounting Models
Output Connector 1 (CN1)
Output Connector 1 (CN1) Output Connector 2 (CN2) (See note.)
Output Connector 2 (CN2) (See note.)
(Bottom view)
(Bottom view)
Output Connector
Output signals
Output Connector 1 (CN1)
Cam 1 to Cam 16, COM, Vs
Output Connector 2 (CN2) (See note.)
Cam 17 to Cam 32, COM, Vs
Note: The 16-output Models do not have CN2 Connectors.
1. E5ZE-CBL200 Connector-type Output Cable (Order Separately) Connections
H8PS-16@/-32@
E5ZE-CBL200
Connector-type
Output Cable
(Order Separately)
Pin Arrangement of XG4M-2030 Connectors
(CN1)
(CN2)
Output
Cable 1
Output
Cable 2
1
3
5
7
9
2
4
6
8
10 12 14 16 18 20
11 13 15 17 19
XG4M-2030
MIL Connector
(made by OMRON)
Output Cable 1 Wiring Table
Outputs
Connector
pin No.
Cam 1
20
Cam 2
18
Cam 3
16
Cam 4
Connector
pin No.
Outputs
Connector
pin No.
Outputs
Connector
pin No.
Cam 9
19
Cam 17
20
Cam 25
19
Cam 10
17
Cam 18
18
Cam 26
17
Cam 11
15
Cam 19
16
Cam 27
15
14
Cam 12
13
Cam 20
14
Cam 28
13
Cam 5
12
Cam 13
11
Cam 21
12
Cam 29
11
Cam 6
10
Cam 14
9
Cam 22
10
Cam 30
9
Cam 7
8
Cam 15
7
Cam 23
8
Cam 31
7
Cam 8
6
Cam 16
5
Cam 24
6
Cam 32
5
COM
4
COM
3
COM
4
COM
3
Vs
2
Vs
1
Vs
2
Vs
1
Note: 1.
2.
3.
4.
Outputs
Output Cable 2 Wiring Table
The COM pins in the output connectors are connected inside the Cam Positioner to the negative terminal of the 24-VDC power supply input.
The Vs pins in the output connectors are connected inside the Cam Positioner to the Vs terminal.
The Vs pins in the output connectors are not used on models with NPN outputs.
The COM pins in output connector 1 and output connector 2 are connected to each other inside the Cam Positioner. The Vs pins in output connector 1
and output connector 2 are also connected to each other inside the Cam Positioner.
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Using Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Units
H8PS-16@/-32@
Terminal Arrangement of the XW2D-20G6 Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit
Cam 25
Cam 26
Cam 27
Cam 28
Cam 29
Cam 31
Cam 30
Cam 32
Vs
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 15
Cam 14
COM
Output Cable 2
(CN2)
A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10
A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10
Cam 17
Cam 18
Cam 19
Cam 20
Cam 21
Vs
Cam 22
B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
XW2D-20G6
Connector-Terminal Block
Conversion Unit (Order Separately)
COM
Vs
B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10
Cam 23
Output Cable 2
Cam 24
Output Cable 1
COM
(CN1)
Cam 16
Vs
Output Cable 1
COM
E5ZE-CBL200
Connector-type
Output Cable
(Order Separately)
2. Y92S-41-200 Discrete Wire Output Cable (Order Separately) Connections
H8PS-16@/-32@
Output Cable 1 Wiring Table
Outputs
Y92S-41-200
Discrete Wire
Output Cable
(Order Separately)
(CN1)
Output Cable 1
(CN2)
Output Cable 2
Cable
color
Marks
Marking
color
Outputs
Cable
color
Marks
Marking
color
Cam 1
Orange
■
Black
Cam 9
Orange
■
Red
Cam 2
Gray
■
Black
Cam 10
Gray
■
Red
Cam 3
White
■
Black
Cam 11
White
■
Red
Cam 4
Yellow
■
Black
Cam 12
Yellow
■
Red
Cam 5
Pink
■
Black
Cam 13
Pink
■
Red
Cam 6
Orange
■■
Black
Cam 14
Orange
■■
Red
Cam 7
Gray
■■
Black
Cam 15
Gray
■■
Red
Cam 8
White
■■
Black
Cam 16
White
■■
Red
COM
Yellow
■■
Black
COM
Yellow
■■
Red
Vs
Pink
■■
Black
Vs
Pink
■■
Red
Output Cable 2 Wiring Table
Outputs
Cable
color
Marks
Marking
color
Outputs
Cable
color
Marks
Marking
color
Cam 17
Orange
■
Black
Cam 25
Orange
■
Red
Cam 18
Gray
■
Black
Cam 26
Gray
■
Red
Cam 19
White
■
Black
Cam 27
White
■
Red
Cam 20
Yellow
■
Black
Cam 28
Yellow
■
Red
Cam 21
Pink
■
Black
Cam 29
Pink
■
Red
Cam 22
Orange
■■
Black
Cam 30
Orange
■■
Red
Cam 23
Gray
■■
Black
Cam 31
Gray
■■
Red
Cam 24
White
■■
Black
Cam 32
White
■■
Red
COM
Yellow
■■
Black
COM
Yellow
■■
Red
Vs
Pink
■■
Black
Vs
Pink
■■
Red
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■ Input Connections
Only the Encoder inputs are connected with 8-output Models. The inputs are no-voltage (short-circuit or open) inputs.
No-voltage Inputs
Contact Input
Open Collector
Voltage-output sensors can also be connected.
Connection Examples
PLC,
sensor,
etc.
H8PS-16@
H8PS-32@
6
7
8
9
10
11
Note: Operates when the transistor turns ON.
H8PS-16@
H8PS-32@
6
7
8
9
10
Start
Origin
Bank 4
Bank 2
Bank 1
COM
Start
Origin
Bank 4
Bank 2
Bank 1
COM
Start
Origin
Bank 4
Bank 2
COM
Bank 1
Sensor, etc.
11
H8PS-16@
H8PS-32@
Note: Operates when the contact turns ON.
6
7
8
9
10
11
Note: Operates when the transistor turns ON.
No-voltage Input Signal Levels
No-contact inputs
Short-circuit level for transistor ON
• Residual voltage: 2 V max.
• Impedance when ON: 1 kΩ max.
(The leakage current is approx. 2 mA
when the impedance is 0 Ω.)
Open level for transistor OFF
• Impedance when OFF: 100 kΩ min.
Contact inputs
Use a contact that can adequately switch
2 mA at 5 V.
Note: Use a maximum DC power supply of 30 V.
■ Output Connections
Note: Internal circuit damage may result from a short circuit in the load.
NPN Output Models
Outputs
PNP Output Models
Vs (See note 2.)
Load
Outputs
(See note.)
Load
COM/(−)
COM/(−)
Note: 1. Always connect a diode to absorb counter-electromotive force when
connecting an inductive load.
2. The VS terminal and power supply terminals are not connected internally.
Note: Always connect a diode to absorb
counter-electromotive force when
connecting an inductive load.
Item
Cam outputs,
RUN output
(See note 1.)
Pulse output
Item
Cam outputs,
RUN output
Pulse output
Output method
NPN open collector
Output method
PNP open collector
Dielectric strength
30 VDC
Dielectric strength
Rated current
100 mA (See note.)
30 mA
8-output Models: 30 VDC
16-/32-output Models: 26.4 VDC
Residual voltage
2 VDC max.
0.5 VDC max.
Rated current
100 mA (See note.)
Leakage current
100 μA max.
5 μA max.
Residual voltage
2 VDC max.
Leakage current
100 μA max.
Note: Do not exceed 1.6 A total for all cam outputs and the RUN
output.
30 mA
Note: Do not exceed 1.6 A total for all cam outputs and the RUN
output.
9
H8PS
Operating Mode
■ Functions
The H8PS Cam Positioner receives angle signal inputs from the Dedicated Absolute Encoder and outputs the preset ON/OFF angles as cam outputs.
Program Examples
1. H8PS-8@ (8-output Models)
Cam output
(cam number)
Step 0
ON angle
Step 1
OFF angle
ON angle
Step 9
OFF angle
ON angle
OFF angle
1
45°
90°
135°
225°
270°
315°
2
0°
90°
135°
180°
---
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8
90°
225°
270°
285°
315°
345°
0°
45°
Cam output 1
90°
135°
180°
Step 0
Cam output 2
225°
270°
0°
45°
Step 9
Step 1
Step 0
315°
Step 1
Step 1
Cam output 8
Step 9
Step 0
(ON/OFF ratio 1:1)
Pulse output
(See note 1.)
Note 1: The number of pulses per Encoder rotation
and the pulse output start angle can be set.
Note 2: With counterclockwise rotation (359°, 358°
...1°, 0°), step 0 for cam output 1 turns ON
at 89° and OFF at 44° at in the diagram.
Outputs a preset number of pulses per Encoder rotation. (Default setting: 60 pulses/revolution)
RUN output
ON during Run or Test Mode. OFF when an error occurs.
2. H8PS-16@ /-32@ (16-/32-output Models)
Cam Program (Bank No. 7)
Cam Program (Bank No. 2)
Cam Program (Bank No. 1)
Cam Program (Bank No. 0)
Cam output
(cam number)
Step 0
ON angle
Step 1
OFF angle
ON angle
Step 9
OFF angle
ON angle
OFF angle
1
45°
90°
135°
225°
270°
315°
2
0°
90°
135°
180°
---
---
32
90°
225°
270°
285°
315°
345°
0°
Cam output 1
Cam output 2
45°
90°
Step 0
Step 0
135°
180°
225°
Step 1
270°
0°
45°
Step 9
Step 1
Step 1
Cam output 32
315°
Step 9
Step 0
(ON/OFF ratio 1:1)
Pulse output
(See note 1.)
Outputs a preset number of pulses per Encoder rotation. (Default setting: 60 pulses/revolution)
RUN output
ON during Run or Test Mode. OFF when an error occurs.
Start input
(See note 2.)
Note 1: The number of pulses per Encoder rotation
and the pulse output start angle can be set.
Note 2: Be sure to turn ON the start input in Run and
Test modes. Otherwise, there will be no
outputs (output prohibited), including the cam
outputs, pulse output, and RUN output.
Note 3: With counterclockwise rotation (359°, 358°
...1°, 0°), step 0 for cam output 1 turns ON at
89° and OFF at 44° in the diagram.
Note: The entire cam program can be changed at one time with 16- and 32-output Models with the bank function (banks 0 to 7).
For details on the procedure for switching banks, refer to page 29.
10
H8PS
Nomenclature
■ Displays
8-output Models
Display Details
(8) All protect
indication
(1) Cam output indicators
(2) PV/SV indicator
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PRG
TST
RUN
(9) Mode indicator
No. Display
color
(1)
Orange Lit while cam outputs are ON.
(2)
Red
(3)
Orange Lit while the start input is ON in Run or Test Mode.
Not lit when an error occurs.
(4)
Orange Displays Encoder present angular position, direction, and speed
guidelines.
(5)
Green
Displays the bank number that is running in Run or Test Mode and
the bank number selected in Programming Mode.
(6)
Green
Displays the cam number for the angle setting displayed on subdisplay.
(7)
Green
Displays the step number for the angle setting displayed on subdisplay.
(10) Main display
(11) Unit indication
(4) Rotation display
monitor
(12) 256 indication
(13) Unit indication
(14) Sub-display
CAM
(6) Cam No. display
(15) ON/OFF
indication
(16) ADV indication
STEP
(7) Step No. display
16-/32-output Models
(8) All protect
indication
(1) Cam output indicators
(2) PV/SV indicator
1
11
21
31
(3) Start input
indication
(4) Rotation display
monitor
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
32
PRG
TST
RUN
(11) Unit indication
(13) Unit indication
(14) Sub-display
(6) Cam No. display
Orange Lit while the All Protection function is enabled.
(9)
Orange The indicator for the selected mode is lit.
PRG: Programming Mode
TST: Test Mode
RUN: Run Mode
(10) Red
Displays the present angular position or the speed and settings
being made.
(11) Red
Displays units for the angle or the speed displayed on main display.
(12) Red
Lit while using an Encoder with a resolution of 256 if 256° display is
selected.
(12) 256 indication
(5) Bank No. display
STEP
CAM
(15) ON/OFF
indication
(16) ADV indication
(7) Step No. display
PV: Lit while the present angular position or speed is displayed in
main display.
SV: Lit while the setting value is displayed in main display.
(8)
(9) Mode indicator
(10) Main display
Description
(13) Green
Displays units for the angle or the speed displayed on sub-display.
(14) Green
Displays the speed or the ON/OFF angle settings.
(15) Green
Indicates whether main display displays the ON or OFF angle
setting.
(16) Green
Lit while setting the Advance Angle Compensation (ADV) Function.
■ Operation Keys
8-output Models
Operation Key Details
No.
CHECK
1. CHECK key
CAM
2. CAM keys
STEP
3. STEP keys
11. ADV key
STEP
CAM
12. Mode switch
13. Programming
mode switch
PRGM
TEST
RUN
OFF
ANGLE
WRITE
6. WRITE key
CW
3
4
PLS/R
ANG
DSPL
256
256
360
720
256
360
360
360
ON ON
ON OFF
OFF ON
OFF OFF
ON
OFF
CCW
Displays program details in Run Mode.
2
Selects the cam number with
Keys.
3
Selects the step number with
Keys.
4
Selects the bank number.
5
Selects the ON angle, or OFF angle
6
Writes the set data to memory.
7
Changes the angle or other setting value with
8
Connects the Cam Positioner to a personal computer via USB cable (order
separately) for programming with the Support Software (order separately).
5. ON/OFF key
TCH
MAN
1234
14. Rotation direction
switch
ON
ADV
ORIGIN CLEAR
7. ANGLE keys
15. Encoder resolution
switch
Moves to the screen for clearing settings
10
Designates the current angle of the machine (Encoder) as the origin (0°).
11
Programming or Test Mode: Press to shift to the ADV function setting
screen.
Programming Mode: Press and hold at least 3 s to shift to the Function
Setting Mode.
Run Mode: Press and hold at least 5 s to enable/disable the All Protection
function.
12
Switches modes.
Programming Mode (PRGM):
Used to write cam programs, set the ADV function,
etc.
Test Mode (TEST): Used to modify settings while the Encoder is running.
Run Mode (RUN): Used for normal operation and to check the cam
program.
13
Select the method used for programming cams.
Teaching: ON/OFF Angles can be set based on actual machine (Encoder)
operation.
Manual: ANGLE Keys can be used to set ON/OFF angles.
14
Sets the H8PS rotation direction (rotation display monitor, etc.) to the
machine (Encoder) rotation direction.
15
Sets the resolution of the connected Encoder.
Also sets the unit for angle display when using an Encoder with a
resolution of 256.
10. ORIGIN key
16-/32-output Models
CHECK
1. CHECK key
CAM
2. CAM keys
STEP
3. STEP keys
11. ADV key
CAM
STEP
12. Mode switch
13. Programming
mode switch
14. Rotation direction
switch
15. Encoder resolution
switch
4. BANK key
ADV
PRGM
TEST
RUN
BANK
ON
OFF
5. ON/OFF key
TCH
ANGLE
MAN
WRITE
Keys.
9
9. CLEAR key
DO NOT USE.
Description
1
6. WRITE key
CW
1234
ON
OFF
CCW
3
4
PLS/R
ANG
DSPL
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
256
256
360
720
256
360
360
360
DO NOT USE.
ORIGIN CLEAR
7. ANGLE keys
8. USB connector
9. CLEAR key
10. ORIGIN key
11
H8PS
Dimensions
Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated.
■ Main Unit
Cam Positioners
Flush Mounting Models
H8PS-8B@ (8-output Models)
Panel Cutout
(according to DIN 43700)
15.2 21.6
M3.5 terminal screw
92 +0.8
0
(14.6)
96
52.9
12
92 +0.8
0
46
91.8 × 91.8
96
Note: Mounting panel thickness must be 1 to
5 mm.
Flush mounting
14.6
(14.6)
H8PS-16B@ (16-output Models)
H8PS-32B@ (32-output Models)
96
52.9
α
52.9
46
12
91.8 × 91.8
96
11 dia.
Mounting screws
(2 included) (M4 x 12)
Mounting panel
(1 to 5 mm)
Note: An 8-output Model is shown in the above
diagrams. The Encoder is connected
from the bottom with 16-/32-output
Models.
M3.5 terminal screw
21.6 15.2
Surface Mounting Models
Terminal cover
Mounting bracket (included)
52.3 + α
Mounting holes
M3.5 terminal screw
H8PS-8BF@ (8-output Models)
81.8±0.2
(60.6)
58
46
22.9
96
115.2±0.3
91.8 × 91.8
96
121.2
Surface
Mounting
16
90
(60.6)
58
46
H8PS-16BF@ (16-output Models)
H8PS-32BF@ (32-output Models)
96
Four, M4 tap holes
Track
Mounting
74.4
(See note 1.)
60.6
16
91.8 × 91.8
96
DIN Track
121.2
16
DIN Track Mounting Base
Y92F-91
(Order Separately)
22.9
90
M3.5 terminal screw
16
Terminal cover
Note: 1. These dimensions vary with the kind
of DIN track (reference value).
2. An 8-output Model is shown in the
above diagrams. The Encoder is
connected from the bottom with 16-/
32-output Models.
12
H8PS
Encoder Connecting Direction
H8PS-8B@
H8PS-8BF@
H8PS-16BF@
H8PS-32BF@
H8PS-16B@
H8PS-32B@
Encoder
Encoder
Output cable
Encoder
Output cable
Encoder
■ Accessories (Order Separately)
Parallel Input Adapters
• Panel Surface Mounting
Front
Y92C-30
M4 screw (included)
This Adapter enables two H8PS Cam Positioners to share signals
from an Encoder.
Note: H8PS has been improved in 2004 April.
Do not mix old and new model with Y92C-30.
When you use 2 x H8PS, please use by "Old & Old" or "New &
New" models.
74±1
Two, M4 tap holes
36
• Panel Back Mounting
Back
M4 nut (included)
M4 screw (included)
Connected to the H8PS.
Connected to the H8PS.
74±1
Y92C-30
Two, 4.3 dia. holes
36
From the Dedicated Absolute Encoder
Use the cable marked with a triangle when connecting only one
H8PS Cam Positioner to the Parallel Input Adapter.
9
47
40.4
1,030
6.5
15
37
8.5 dia.
17 dia.
89
60
26
24
R6.5
36 14 dia.
11.3
13
H8PS
■ Accessories (Order Separately)
Panel Cutout
Watertight Cover
21.9
Y92A-96N
Cover dimensions
(2)
92 +0.8
0
CHECK
CAM
STEP
CAM
STEP
92 +0.8
0
131.7
69.3
Y92A-9
6N
Use for flush mounting when waterproofing is
required. The Y96A-96N conforms to IP66 and
115.6
28.9
NEMA4 (for indoor use) standards for waterproofing.
The operating environment may cause the waterproof packing to deteriorate, shrink, or harden.
Therefore, it is recommended that the packing be replaced regularly.
DIN Track Mounting Base
Protective Cover
Y92F-91
Y92A-96B
A hardened Y92A-96B Protective Cover is
available.
Use it for the following:
CHECK
CAM
• To protect the front panel from dust and
dirt.
• To prevents the set value from being
altered due to accidental contact with the
keys or switches.
STEP
CAM
STEP
Discrete Wire Output Cable
Connector-type Output Cable
Y92S-41-200
E5ZE-CBL200
Cable length: 2 m
Cable length: 2 m
Mounting Track
PFP-100N
PFP-50N
PFP-100N2
7.3±0.15
16
4.5
35±0.3
27±0.15
4.5
35±0.3 27
15
25
10
25
25
25
15 (5)*
24
29.2
1
10
1,000 (500)*
* The numbers in parentheses () are dimensions for the PFP-50N.
End Plate
15
25
10
25
25
1,000
10
25
15
1
1.5
Spacer
PFP-M
PFP-S
10
6.2
50
M4 x 8
pan-head
screw
16
12
5
1.8
34.8
1
35.5 35.3
44.3
1.8
11.5
10
M4 spring washer
1.3
4.8
16.5
14
H8PS
E6CP-A/E6C3-A/E6F-A Rotary Encoders (Absolute)
• Combining this Encoder with an H8PS Cam Positioner
enables high-precision detection of the operation timing of
various automatic machines.
• The E6CP-A is a low-cost, money-saving Encoder.
• The standard E6C3-A is well suited to environments subject
to water and oil.
• The standard E6F-A is a rigid type that is compatible with
high shaft-tolerance applications as well as environments
subject to water and oil.
Note: Refer to the relevant datasheet for details.
Ratings and Characteristics
Item
E6CP-AG5C-C
E6C3-AG5C-C
E6F-AG5C-C
Rated supply voltage 12 VDC −10% to 24 VDC +15%, ripple (p-p) 5% max.
Current consumption 70 mA max.
(See note 1.)
Resolution (pulses
per rotation)
256 (8-bit)
Output code
Gray binary
60 mA max.
256 (8-bit), 360 (9-bit), or 720 (10-bit)
Output configuration NPN open-collector output
Output capacity
Applied voltage: 28 VDC max.
Sink current:
16 mA max.
Residual voltage:0.4 V max.
(sink current at 16 mA)
Logic
Negative logic (H = 0, L = 1)
Accuracy
Within ±1°
Rotation direction
Clockwise (viewed from the shaft) for output code increment
Applied voltage: 30 VDC max.
Sink current:
35 mA max.
Residual voltage:0.4 V max.
(sink current at 35 mA)
Rise and fall times of 1.0 μs max. (control output voltage: 16 V; load 1.0 μs max. (control output voltage: 5 V; load resistance: 1 kΩ; output cord: 2 m max.)
output
resistance: 1 kΩ; output cord: 2 m max.)
Starting torque
0.98 m N·m max.
10 m N·m max. (at room temperature),
30 m N·m max. (at low temperature)
9.8 m N·m max. (at room temperature),
14.7 m N·m max. (at low temperature)
Moment of inertia
1 × 10−6 kg·m2 max.
2.3 × 10−6 kg·m2 max.
1.5 × 10−6 kg·m2 max.
Shaft-load
tolerance
Radial
29.4 N
80 N
120 N
Thrust
19.6 N
50 N
1000 r/min
5000 r/min
Max. permissible
rotation
Ambient temperature −10 to 55°C (with no icing)
Storage temperature
−25 to 85°C (with no icing)
Ambient humidity
35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Degree of protection
IEC standard IP50
−10 to 70°C (with no icing)
−25 to 80°C (with no icing)
IEC standard IP65 (JEM standard IP65f) (See IEC standard IP65 (JEM standard IP65f)
note 2.)
Insulation resistance 200 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between charged parts and the case
Dielectric strength
500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between charged parts and the case
Vibration resistance
Destruction:
Destruction:
10 to 55 Hz,1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 hr 10 to 500 Hz, 2-mm double amplitude, 150 m/
each in X, Y, and Z directions
s2 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions, 11min sweep time
Shock resistance
Destruction: 1000 m/s2 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions
Destruction:
10 to 500 Hz,1.5-mm double amplitude 3
times each in X, Y, and Z directions, 11-min
sweep time
Weight
Approx. 200 g (with 2-m cord)
Approx. 300 g (with 1-m cord)
Approx. 500 g (with 2-m cord)
Datasheet Cat. No.
---
F058
E283
Note: 1. The following inrush currents flow when the power is turned ON.
E6CP-AG5C-C: Approx. 8 A (time: approx. 0.3 ms),
E6C3-AG5C-C: Approx. 6 A (time: approx. 0.8 ms),
E6F-AG5C-C: Approx. 9 A (time: approx. 5 μs)
2. JEM1030: Applicable as of 1991
15
H8PS
Dimensions
Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated.
E6CP-AG5C-C
10
8
45°
50
5
3
45°
1
0
56 dia. 25 −0.2
dia.
50 dia.
6 −0.008
−0.020 dia.
Note: Order the E69-C06B
Coupling separately.
Accessory
Mounting Bracket (Included)
2,000
(See note 2.)
(See note 1.)
16.9 dia.
37
40
Panel
Bracket Mounting Diagram
2
5.5 dia. holes
Note 1: Round, vinyl-insulated cable
with 10 cores (external
dia.: 6, cross-sectional
area: 0.18 mm2, insulation:
1.0 mm dia.), standard
length: 2 m
Note 2: Connector to the H8PS
Cam Positioner.
38 dia.
Four, M4 holes
(depth: 10)
120°
25 dia.
(18) 16
9
Two, C1
120°
120°
3.1+0.1
0
8
16
(5.1)
68±0.2 dia.
Three, M5
E6C3-AG5C-C
(58)
(15)
10
120°±0.1
40±0.1 dia.
38
20
D cut: Phase-Z position (range: ±15°)
5
1
+0
8 −0.018
dia.
12 dia.
1
+0
30 −0.021 dia.
50 dia.
Three, M4 holes
(depth: 5)
6
120°±0.1
Note: Order the E69-C08B
Coupling separately.
8.8
10
6
37
Oil-resistant, shield PVC-insulated cable with 12 cores (external dia.: 6,
cross-sectional area: 0.2 mm2, insulation: 1.1 mm dia.), standard length: 1 m or 2 m
E6F-AG5C-C
(85)
60
20
Four, M3 holes (depth: 6)
3
15
24 dia.
5
3
48 dia.
54 dia.
0
60 dia.
40 −0.025
dia.
1
0
10 −0.015
dia.
Bearings
Note: Order the E69-C10B
Coupling separately.
17
Note 1: Round, shielded vinyl-insulated cable
with 12 cores (external dia.: 6,
cross-sectional area: 0.2 mm2,
insulation: 1.1 mm dia.),
standard length: 2 m
Note 2: Connector to the H8PS Cam Positioner
14 max.
42.5
(See note 1.)
16.9 dia.
2,000
Accessory
Mounting Bracket (included)
5.5 dia. holes
Bracket Mounting Diagram
(See note 2.)
37
Panel
2
120°
(18) 16
9
40 dia.
120°
Two, C1
120°
3.1+0.1
0
8
16
(5.1)
72±0.2 dia.
Three, M5
16
H8PS
Accessories (Order Separately)
E69-C06B Shaft Coupling (for the E6CP)
E69-C08B Shaft Coupling (for the E6C3)
2.8
(11)
(16.4)
26.2
23.6
22
5.5
E69-C10B Shaft Coupling (for the E6F)
5.5
6.8
Four, M3 Hexagon
2.8 socket-head setscrews
6.8
3.5
8H8 dia.
6H8 dia.15 dia.
Note: The material is fiber-glass-reinforced
polybutylene terephthalate resin (PBT).
7.1
Four, M4 Hexagon
3.5 socket-head setscrews
3.6
8H8 dia.19 dia.
34.6
5,000
7.1
3.6
Four, M4 Hexagon
socket-head setscrews
10H8 dia.22 dia.
Note: The material is fiber-glass-reinforced
polybutylene terephthalate resin (PBT).
Note: The material is fiber-glass-reinforced
polybutylene terephthalate resin (PBT).
E69-DF5 Extension Cable
(12)
(19)
37
16.9 dia.
16.9 dia.
(See note 1.)
(See note 2.)
(See note 3.)
Note 1: E6F-AG5C-C, E6CP-AG5C-C, and E6C3-AG5C-C Connectors for the H8PS.
Note 2: 6-dia., 12-core shielded cable (cross-sectional area: 0.2 mm2, insulation: 1.1 mm dia.), standard length: 5 m
Note 3: Connected to the H8PS Cam Positioner.
Note: Refer to Characteristics on page 4 for the maximum cable length.
The following models are also available: E69-DF10 (10 m), E69-DF15 (15 m), E69-DF20 (20 m), and E69-DF98 (98 m).
Safety Precautions for Encoders
■ Precautions for Correct Use
• Do not subject the E6CP Encoder to oil or water.
• The Encoder consists of high-precision components. Handle it with
utmost care and do not drop it, otherwise malfunctioning may
result.
• When connecting the shaft of the Encoder with a chain timing belt
or gear, connect the chain timing belt or gear with the shaft via a
bearing or coupling as shown in the following diagram.
Chain
sprocket
Mounting Procedure
1
Insert the shaft into the Coupling.
2
Secure the Encoder.
Do not secure the
Coupling and shaft
with screws at this
time.
Coupling
Bearings
Rotary Encoder
Refer to the table for
the maximum
insertion lengths of
the shaft into the
Coupling.
• If the decentering or declination value exceeds the tolerance, an
excessive load imposed on the shaft may damage or shorten the
life of the Encoder.
• Do not place excessive loads on the shaft if the shaft is connected
to a gear.
• The tightening torque must not exceed the value given in the table
at the right when the Rotary Encoder is mounted with screws.
• Do not pull wires with a force greater than 29.4 N while the Rotary
Encoder is secured and wired.
3
Coupling
E69-C06B
5.5 mm
E69-C08B
6.8 mm
E69-C10B
7.1 mm
Secure the Coupling.
Coupling
Tightening torque
E69-C06B
0.25 N·m
E69-C08B
0.44 N·m
E69-C10B
0.44 N·m
4
Connect the power and I/O lines.
5
Turn ON the power and check the
outputs.
Rotary Encoder
Fastening
plate
Maximum insertion length
Be sure to turn
OFF the Encoder
before connecting
the lines.
29.4 N max.
Cord
• Do not subject the shaft to shock. Therefore, do not strike the shaft
or coupling with a hammer when inserting the shaft into the
coupling.
• Make sure there is no foreign matter in the Connector before
connecting it to the Encoder.
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H8PS
Safety Precautions for Cam Positioners
Refer to Safety Precautions for All Counters.
!CAUTION
Tighten terminal screws to a torque of 0.80 N·m so that
they do not become loose.
Minor fires or malfunction may occasionally occur.
For 16- and 32-output Models, leave the protective label
attached to the H8PS when wiring. Removing the label
before wiring may occasionally result in fire if foreign
matter enters the Unit.
Remove the label after the completion of wiring to ensure
proper heat dissipation. Leaving the label attached may
occasionally result in fire.
Do not disassemble, modify, or repair the H8PS or touch
any of the internal parts. Otherwise, minor electric shock,
fire, or malfunction may occasionally occur.
Do no allow metal fragments, lead wire scraps, or chips
from processing during installation to fall inside the H8PS.
Otherwise, minor electric shock, fire, or malfunction may
occasionally occur.
Do not touch the terminals when power is being supplied.
For Surface-mounting H8PS, always connect the terminal
cover for after completing wiring. Otherwise, minor injury
due to electric shock may occasionally occur.
■ Precautions for Safe Use
Observe the following items to ensure the safe use of this product.
Environmental Precautions
• Store the H8PS within specified ratings. If the H8PS has been
stored at temperatures −10°C or lower, let it stand for 3 hours or
longer at room temperature before turning ON the power supply.
• Use the H8PS within the specified ratings for operating temperature
and humidity.
• Do not operate the H8PS in locations subject to sudden or extreme
changes in temperature, or locations where high humidity may
result in condensation.
• Do not use the H8PS in locations subject to vibrations or shock.
Extended use in such locations may result in damage due to stress.
• Do not use the H8PS in locations subject to excessive dust,
corrosive gas, or direct sunlight.
• Install the H8PS well away from any sources of static electricity,
such as pipes transporting molding materials, powders, or liquids.
• The H8PS is not waterproof or oil resistant.
Do not use it in locations subject to water or oil.
• The life expectancy of internal components may be reduced if the
H8PS is mounted side-by-side.
• Do not use organic solvents (such as paint thinner or benzine),
strong alkaline, or strong acids because they will damage the
external finish.
Usage Precautions
• Install a switch or circuit breaker that allows the operator to
immediately turn OFF the power, and label it to clearly indicate its
function.
• Pay careful attention to polarity to avoid wrong connections when
wiring terminals.
• Do not connect more than two crimp terminals to the same
terminal.
• Use the specified wires for wiring.
Applicable Wires
AWG24 to AWG18 (cross-sectional area of 0.208 to 0.832 mm2)
Solid or twisted wires of copper
• Do not connect loads that exceed the rated output current. The
output elements may be destroyed, possibly resulting in shortcircuit or open-circuit faults.
• Always connect a diode to protect against counterelectromotive
force when using an inductive load. Counterelectromotive force
may destroy output elements, possibly resulting in short-circuit or
open-circuit faults.
• Use the specified cables to connect outputs.
• Do not install input lines in the same duct or conduit as power
supply or other high-voltage lines. Doing so may result in
malfunction due to noise. Separate the input lines from highvoltage lines.
• Internal elements may be destroyed if a voltage outside the rated
voltage is applied.
• Maintain voltage fluctuations in the power supply within the
specified range.
• Use a switch, relay, or other contact so that the rated power supply
voltage will be reached within 0.1 s. If the power supply voltage is
not reached quickly enough, the H8PS may malfunction or outputs
may be unstable.
• Do not turn OFF the power supply when changing or deleting
settings. The contents of the EEPROM may be corrupted.
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H8PS
■ Precautions for Correct Use
• A cam output will remain ON if the set angles for two steps overlap
for the same cam number.
Step 1: 120° ON → 170° OFF
Step 2: 150° ON → 210° OFF
ON
OFF
120°
150° 170°
210°
• A step will produce no output if the ON and OFF angle for the step
are the same.
• The RUN output does not turn ON during programming.
RUN/TEST
Mode Switch
PRGM
RUN output
ON
OFF
Note: The RUN output turns ON with the timing shown in the diagram,
but it remains OFF when an error occurs. Thus, you can use the
output as a timing signal during operation, including trial
operation.
• Input signals may be accepted, not accepted, or unstable for the
following times when the power supply is turned ON or OFF. Set the
system to allow leeway in the timing of input signals. Approx. 1
second is required from the time the power supply is turned ON
until outputs are made. Refer to the Operation Manual (Cat. No.
Z199) for information on other timing.
Power
supply
• Do not subject H8PS Connectors (outputs, Encoder) to more than
30 N of force.
• Confirm the waveform of the power supply circuit and install a
surge absorber. Surge or noise applied to the power supply may
destroy internal elements or cause malfunctions.
• Switch the power supply circuit with a device rated at 3.5 A or
higher.
• Inrush current of approximately 3.5 A will flow for a short period of
time when the power supply is turned ON. The H8PS may not start
if the capacity of the power supply is not sufficient. Be sure to use a
power supply with sufficient capacity.
• EEPROM is used as memory when the power is interrupted. The
write life of the EEPROM is 100000 writes. The EEPROM is written
when settings are changed or deleted or when the resolution is
changed.
• Make sure that all settings are appropriate for the application.
Unexpected operation resulting in property damage or accidents
may occur if the settings are not appropriate.
• Connect all negative (−) terminals, COM terminals, and Vs
terminals.
• When using the Y92C-30 Parallel Input Adapter for parallel
operation, do not connect more than two H8PS Cam Positioners to
the same Encoder.
ON
OFF
5 ms 0 to 1 s
0 to 1.3 s
Input status
Unstable
Accepted
Unstable Not accepted
• When using 16-/32-output Modules, the operation timing of the
outputs will be as shown below in relation to the ON/OFF timing of
the start input. Refer to Bank Functions (F7/F8/F9) on page 29
when switching banks.
ON
Start input
OFF
Cam outputs
RUN output
225 ms max.
Output OFF
225 ms max.
Output possible
Output OFF
Refer to the following manual for precautions in using the Cam Positioner and other information required for operation:
H8PS Cam Positioner Operation Manual (Cat. No. Z199)
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H8PS
Operating Procedures
■ Flow of Operation
Initial Settings
Setting Resolution and
Rotation Direction
The Encoder resolution and rotation direction is set on a DIP switch.
➾ For details on the setting methods, refer to page 21.
The Encoder is mounted to the machine and the origin for operation is determined.
➾ For details on the setting methods, refer to page 21.
Setting the Origin
Advanced Parameters can be set in Function Setting Mode to perform more advanced operations.
function ➾ For details, refer to page 26 Advanced Functions.
Setting Functions
Programming Cams (Programming Mode)
Setting ON/OFF Angles
Setting the ADV Function
Checking Timing (Test Mode)
There are three methods that can be used to set or change ON/OFF angles (i.e., cam programming).
• Using the ANGLE Keys (Manual Mode)
• Actually turning the Encoder (Teaching Mode)
• Setting from personal computer using Support Software (order separately)
➾ For details on the setting methods, refer to pages 22 to 23.
Advanced Advance angle compensation (ADV) function can be set if required.
function ➾ For details on the setting methods, refer to page 27.
The machine is operated and outputs are actually made to check the timing of operation.
If the timing of operation is not correct, it can be changed.
➾ For details, refer to page 23.
Operation is started.
➾ For details, refer to page 24.
Operation (Run Mode)
Checking ON/OFF Angle Settings
The ON/OFF angles that have been set can be checked.
➾ For details, refer to page 24.
Deletes settings. There are two methods that can be used to delete settings.
• Clearing all programs (deletes all programming)
• Clearing individual steps, cams, and banks
➾ For details, refer to page 25.
Clearing Settings
■ Settings for Basic Functions
Changing the Mode
PRG
TST
RUN
Programming Mode
Programming Mode
PRG
Changed with the mode switch.
PRG
TST
RUN
Test Mode
TST
Changed with the mode switch.
PRG
TST
RUN
Run Mode
Used to write cam programs, set the advance angle compensation
function, etc.
All outputs will remain OFF.
Test Mode
Used to write cam programs, set the advance angle compensation
function, and perform other operations while actually turning ON
outputs to confirm operation timing. This mode is also used to adjust
settings during operation.
RUN
Run Mode
Key
5 s min.
ADV
All Protection
Disables all keys
and switches.
will light when the all
protection function is
enabled.
➾ Refer to page 24.
ON/OFF Key
1 s min.
Used for normal operation. Settings, such as writing cam programs
and setting the advance angle compensation function, cannot be
performed.
Switching the Angle
and Speed Display
Main Display: Angle
Sub-display: Speed
↓↑
Main Display: Speed
Sub-display: Angle
➾ Refer to page 24.
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H8PS
Setting Resolution and Rotation
Direction
One of three resolutions can be selected for the Encoder connected
to the H8PS: 256, 360, or 720. The resolution and display angle are
set here.
Turn OFF the power supply.
Setting the Origin
The origin of the Cam Positioner is set to match the origin of the
machine (Encoder). The same origin is used for all banks.
(The bank function is supported only for 16-/32-output models.)
Example: Setting the Present Angular Position of 150° to 0°
Change the mode.
Set the programming
mode switch.
Set the display angle and the
Encoder resolution.
Open the front cover at the lower part of the H8PS and
set pins 3 and 4 on the DIP switch.
ON
OFF
CCW
3
4
Resolution
Display
angle
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
256
256
360
720
256
360
360
360
Set the programming mode switch to TCH.
Mode
Programming mode
PRG
TST
RUN
CW
1234
Set the mode switch to PRGM.
TCH
MAN
(See note 2.)
Not used.
Set the machine to its origin.
Turn the machine (Encoder) to the position of the desired
origin (150° in this example).
Note 1: Default settings are shown in reverse type.
Note 2: When using an Encoder with a resolution of 256, displaying 360°
directly is not possible. The H8PS thus provides a convenient
setting that enables converting the display and settings to 360°
when using an Encoder with a resolution of 256. When using a
360° display, however, some angles will not be displayed.
PRG
Check the rotation direction of the machine (Encoder).
Turn ON the power supply.
Turn the Encoder in the actual direction of operation and
confirm that the rotation display monitor turns clockwise.
If the monitor turns counterclockwise, turn OFF the power supply
and change pin 1 on the DIP switch to CCW.
CW
(See note.)
Rotation Display Monitor
1234
ON
OFF
CCW
3
4
Resolution
Display
angle
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
256
256
360
720
256
360
360
360
CAM
STEP
Specify the origin.
Press the ORIGIN Key. (See note.)
In approx. 1 s, the present angular position display will
change to 0° and the previous display will return.
PRG
Not used.
Note: Default setting.
CAM
Connect the machine (Encoder) and turn ON
the power supply.
STEP
Note: With 16-/32-output models, the origin input
from the terminal block can be turned ON to
specify the origin.
End
End of preparations.
Note: Changes to DIP switch settings are enabled when the power is turned ON.
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H8PS
Setting ON/OFF Angles in Manual Mode
ON/OFF angles can be set manually using the ANGLE Keys
on the front of the Cam Positioner.
Example: Setting Step 1 of Cam No. 2 to Turn ON at 28° and
Turn OFF at 51°
Change the mode.
Setting ON/OFF Angles in Teaching
Mode
ON/OFF angles can be set based on actual machine (Encoder)
operation.
Example: Setting the ON/OFF Angles by Teaching Step 2 of
Cam No. 3
Set the mode switch to PRGM.
Change the mode.
Set the programming
mode switch.
Set the programming
mode switch.
Mode
Set the programming mode switch to TCH.
Programming mode
PRGM
TEST
RUN
Set the bank No.
Set the mode switch to PRGM.
Set the programming mode switch to MAN.
Mode
TCH
MAN
Banks can be specified only for
16-/32-output models.
• Press the BANK Key to specify the bank number and
then press the WRITE Key.
Set the cam and step No.
• Press the CAM Keys
• Press the STEP Keys
Programming mode
PRGM
TEST
RUN
Set the bank No.
TCH
MAN
Banks can be specified only for
16-/32-output models.
• Press the BANK Key to specify the bank number and
then press the WRITE Key.
Set the cam and step No.
to specify cam No. 2.
to specify step No. 1.
• Press the CAM Keys
• Press the STEP Keys
to specify cam No. 3.
to specify step No. 2.
PRG
TST
CAM
STEP
CAM
STEP
Set the ON angle.
• Press the ON↑ ↓OFF Key to flash the "ON↑" .
• Press the ANGLE Keys
to set an angle of 28
and then press the WRITE Key.
PRG
Set the ON angle.
• Press the ON↑ ↓OFF Key to flash the "ON↑".
• Turn the machine (Encoder) to the desired ON angle.
(195° in this example)
• Press the WRITE Key.
TST
CAM
STEP
Set the OFF angle.
CAM
• Press the ON↑ ↓OFF Key to flash the "↓OFF".
• Press the ANGLE Keys
to set an angle of 51 and then
press the WRITE Key.
PRG
STEP
Set the OFF angle.
• Press the ON↑ ↓OFF Key to flash the "↓OFF" .
• Turn the machine (Encoder) to the desired OFF angle.
(278° in this example)
• Press the WRITE Key.
TST
CAM
STEP
End
Note: Pressing the
or
Key continually will automatically increment or
decrement the value. Pressing the other key during automatic increment
or decrement will increase the speed.
CAM
STEP
End
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H8PS
Setting ON/OFF Angles Using Support
Software
With 16-/32-output models, programs can be uploaded or
downloaded easily with the optional Support Software (H8PS-SOFTV1) by connecting a personal computer to the Cam Positioner using
the USB cable (Recommended USB Cables: ELECOM CO.Ltd.
U2C-MF20BK).
Checking Timing (Test Mode)
Testing Operation
Operation can be tested to check operation timing.
• Set the mode switch to TEST.
Mode
Support Software Functions
•
•
•
•
•
Writing cam programs
Setting functions
Editing, saving, and printing programs
Displaying and printing cam program operation charts
Simple simulations of programs
Applicable OS: Windows 98, 2000, ME, or XP
PRGM
TEST
RUN
• Operate the Encoder and check the timing of operation.
1
2
7
TST
Refer to the user’s manual for the Support Software for details.
Present angular position
ON/OFF angle setting
CAM
STEP
• If the timing is not correct, change the ON/OFF angle settings.
The settings can be changed in Test Mode.
Note: 1. Outputs will turn ON and OFF in Test Mode. Confirm system
safety before switching to Test Mode.
2. With 16-/32-output model, be sure to turn ON the start input.
Outputs are not turned ON unless the start input is turned
ON.
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H8PS
Operation (Run Mode)
Starting Operation
All Protection Function
• Set the mode switch to RUN to start operation.
The all protection function locks the H8PS in Run Mode and prohibits
any changes to settings. It can be used to prevent incorrect or
Mode
unauthorized operation. If the ADV Key is pressed for at least 5 s in
Run Mode, the All Protection indicator
will light on the display
and all keys and switches will be disabled. If the mode switch is
changed to Programming or Test Mode while protection is enabled,
the All Protection indicator
will flash to indicate that settings
cannot be changed. If a setting on the DIP switch is changed while
protection is enabled, the All Protection indicator
will flash when
the power supply is turned ON to indicate that settings cannot be
changed.
PRGM
TEST
RUN
1
2
7
RUN
Start input
indication
(See note.)
Present angular position
Speed (r/min)
1
STEP
CAM
All Protection Function Disabled (Normal Operation)
2
4
5
6
RUN
Note: For 16/32-output models, be sure that the start input is ON
and that the start input indicator is lit. Outputs (including
the cam, pulse, and run outputs) will not function if the
start input is OFF. The 8-output models do not have a
start input.
Switching the Angle and Speed Displays
STEP
CAM
• Press the ON↑ ↓OFF Key for at least 1 s in Run Mode to reverse the
Press the ADV Key for 5 s min.
display positions of the present angular position and speed (r/min)
between main display and sub-display.
1
2
7
All Protection Function Enabled
RUN
1
2
4
5
6
All protection indication
RUN
Present angular position on main display
Speed (r/min) on sub-display
Press the ON↑ ↓OFF Key for 1 s min.
CAM
STEP
Checking ON/OFF Angle Settings
1
2
7
RUN
Speed (r/min) on main display
Present angular position on sub-display
• During Run Mode, the CAM Keys
and STEP Keys
can be used to check the ON/OFF angle settings for any step. Also,
the CHECK Key can be pressed to check the ON/OFF angle
settings in order for all steps starting from cam 1. If there is no key
operation for 10 s or longer during the checking operation, the
previous display will be resumed.
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H8PS
Clearing Settings
Clearing All Programs
Clearing Individual Steps, Cams, and Banks
The all clear function can be used to delete all cam programs, the
settings for advance angle compensation function, and all other
settings. All settings in the Function Setting Mode will be returned to
their default settings.
ON/OFF angle settings can be deleted by step, by cam, or by bank. If
settings are deleted by cam, the settings for the advance angle
compensation (ADV) function will not be deleted. If settings are
deleted by bank, the settings for the ADV function will also be
deleted. Settings in the Function Setting Mode will not be deleted.
Mode
Mode
Set the mode switch to PRGM or TEST.
PRGM
TEST
RUN
Set the mode switch to PRGM or TEST.
PRGM
TEST
RUN
Initial Display
Initial Display
PRG
PRG
CAM
STEP
CAM
STEP
Press the CLEAR Key for 3 s min.
Press the CLEAR Key.
PRG
Confirm that clr flashes on the display.
Screens for Individually Clearing Items
PRG
CAM
STEP
Deleting Settings by Step
Press the STEP Keys
to specify the step to be
deleted.
Press the WRITE Key.
CAM
CLEAR Key
PRG
After the completion of all clear
processing, the screen displays end for
approximately one second and then
resume the previously displayed screen.
If the CLEAR Key is pressed again before
pressing the WRITE Key, the settings will
not be deleted and the previous display
will be resumed.
STEP
PRG
CAM
STEP
PRG
CAM
Deleting Settings by Cams
Press the CAM Keys
to
specify the cam to be
deleted.
Deleting Settings by Banks
Press the BANK Key to
specify the bank to be
deleted.
STEP
Press the WRITE Key.
CLEAR Key.
PRG
After the completion of all clear
processing, the screen displays end for
approximately one second and then
resume the previously displayed screen.
If the CLEAR Key is pressed again before
pressing the WRITE Key, the settings will
not be deleted and the previous display
will be resumed.
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H8PS
■ Advanced Functions
Set the advanced functions as required to perform more advanced operation. Outlines of the advanced functions are provided on the following
pages. For details, refer to the Operation Manual (Cat. No. Z199).
Mode Transitions
The values in parentheses are the default settings.
PRGM
TEST
RUN
Function Setting Mode
ADV Key 3 s min.
Programming Mode PRG
➾ Refer to pages 28 to 30.
Changed with the mode switch.
PRGM
TEST
RUN
Test Mode
: No. of pulse outputs [60]
ADV Key
TST
: Pulse output start angle [0°]
ADV Key
Changed with the mode switch.
PRGM
TEST
RUN
: Speed alarm upper limit [---]
Run Mode
RUN
ADV Key
: Speed alarm lower limit [---]
ADV Key
ADV Key 5 s min.
ADV Key
ON/OFF Key 1 s min.
: Step number limit [---] (See note 1.)
ADV Key
: Cam protection [None]
All Protection
Disables all keys
and switches.
will light when the all
protection function is
enabled.
➾ Refer to page 24.
Switching the Angle
and Speed Display
Main Display: Angle
Sub-display: Speed
↓↑
Main Display: Speed
Sub-display: Angle
➾ Refer to page 24.
ADV Key
Setting the
ADV Function
Advance angle
compensation (ADV)
function automatically
advances the ON/OFF
angle of outputs in
proportion to the
machine (Encoder)
speed.
: Bank enable/disable [Disable]
ADV Key
: Bank switching method [Bank inputs] (See note 2.)
ADV Key
: Bank copy (See note 2.)
ADV Key
: E24 detection enable/disable [Enable]
ADV Key
Shaded items above are not displayed for 8-output models.
Note 1: The default setting is for 10 steps for all cams.
Note 2: Not displayed when F7 is disabled.
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H8PS
Advance Angle Compensation (ADV)
Function
The advance angle compensation function automatically advances
the ON/OFF angle of cam outputs in proportion to machine
(encoder) speed. As the speed of the machine increases, the system
can be affected by the delay in outputs. If the ADV function is used,
the output delay caused by higher speeds is automatically
compensated.
Example: Setting the ADV Value to 2° at 100 r/min for Cam 4
1. Set the mode switch to PRGM or TEST.
2. Set cam number 4 with the CAM Keys
3. Press the ADV Key to move to the ADV function setting display
and confirm that “ADV” is displayed.
Setting Display
As shown in the following diagram, ADV function is used to linearly
compensate outputs according to the speed based on the ADV value
setting for a specific speed.
TST
4. Set the speed to 100 with the
ANGLE Keys
and then
press the WRITE Key.
ADV value
CAM
2°
. (See note.)
STEP
Amount of angle compensation
TST
0
100
5. Set the ADV value to 2 with the
ANGLE Keys
.
Speed (r/min)
Note: The maximum amount of angle compensation is 360°.
Cam program setting
100°
CAM
180°
8° advance angle
compensation
STEP
At high speed
(400r/min)
TST
92°
6. Press the WRITE Key to write
the settings to memory.
172°
Example: ADV Value Set to 2° at 100 r/min
ADV value can be set independently for cams 1 to 7 (7 total). For the
ADV function, the speed and the amount of angle compensation are
set. If “- - -” is displayed for any setting, the ADV function is disabled.
The setting ranges are given in the following table.
Encoder
Speed
ADV value
Resolution Display angle
256
360
360
---
“ - - - ”, 1 to 1,600
“ - - - ”, 1 to 1,600
“ - - - ”, 1 to 1,600
720
---
“ - - - ”, 1 to 800
256
256
“ - - - ”, 0 to 255
“ - - - ”, 0 to 359
“ - - - ”, 0 to 359
“ - - - ”, 0 to 359.5
CAM
STEP
7. Press the ADV Key after finishing setting the ADV function. The
previous display in Programming or Test Mode will be resumed.
Note: If the bank function is being used, set the bank number before
setting the cam number.
Note: Default settings are shown in reverse type.
The maximum response speed will decrease as shown in the
following table when ADV values are set for 4 cams or more.
Number of cams
with ADV settings
0 to 3
4 to 7
Encoder resolution
Max. response
speed
256/360
1,600r/min
720
800r/min
256/360
1,200r/min
720
600r/min
Note: Even if the ADV value is set to 0°, the cam must be included in
the number of cams with ADV settings.
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H8PS
Pulse Output (f1/f2)
Speed Alarm Outputs (f3/f4)
Outputs a preset number of pulses per Encoder rotation. Pulses are
output at a 1:1 ON/OFF ratio and pulse output can be started from a
specified angle.
Specific cam outputs can be used as Encoder speed alarm outputs.
Alarms can be output for upper and lower speed limits.
Speed
Operation for 9 Output Pulses and a Start Angle of 0°
1
2
3
0°
4
5
90°
6
7
Upper limit SV
8
180°
9
270°
Lower limit SV
0°
Upper Limit Alarm Output
Output start angle
Operation for 9 Output Pulses and a Start Angle of 10°
1
2
0°10°
3
4
90°
5
6
7
180°
Lower Limit Alarm Output
8
9
270°
0°
Output start angle
Number of Output Pulses (f1)
The speed alarm outputs are assigned to cam outputs as shown in
the following table. The speed alarms are set to “- - -” for the default
settings, i.e., the normal cam outputs are enabled. If a speed alarm is
set to any value but “- - -”, the normal cam output for the
corresponding cam number will be disabled.
Select the number of pulses per rotation from the following table.
Encoder resolution
Settable number of pulses
256
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20,
30, 36,
45, 60 ,
90
360
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20,
30, 36,
45, 60 ,
90,
180
720
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20, 24,
30, 36, 40, 45, 60 , 72, 90, 120, 180, 360
Upper Limit
Alarm Output
H8PS-8@ (8 outputs)
Cam 7
Lower Limit
Alarm Output
Cam 8
H8PS-16@ (16 outputs) Cam 15
Cam 16
H8PS-32@ (32 outputs) Cam 31
Cam 32
The setting ranges for the upper and lower limits speed alarm are
given in the following table.
Encoder resolution
Speed
“ - - - ” or 0 to 1,600 r/min
“ - - - ” or 0 to 800 r/min
Note: Default settings are shown in reverse type.
256, 360
Example: Setting 90 Pulses per Rotation
720
The number of pulses is set using the F1 menu in the Function
Setting Mode.
Note: Default settings are shown in reverse type.
Speed Alarm Upper Limit (f3)
Setting Display
Example: Setting the Upper Limit Set Value to 700 r/min for a 16output Model
PRG
Set the number of pulses with the
ANGLE Keys
and then press the
WRITE Key.
The upper limit set value is set using the F3 menu in the Function
Setting Mode.
Upper Limit Setting Display
CAM
STEP
PRG
Pulse Output Start Angle (f2)
Set the upper limit set value to 700 with
the ANGLE Keys
and then press
the WRITE Key. (See note.)
The setting ranges are given in the following table.
Encoder
Resolution
Start angle
Display
angle
256
256
256
360
360
---
720
---
CAM
0 to 255°
0 to 359° (See note 2.)
0 to 359°
0 to 359.5°
STEP
Note: If banks are being used, the bank number must be set.
Speed Alarm Lower Limit (f4)
Example: Setting the Lower Limit Set Value to 20 r/min for a 16output Model
Note: 1. Default settings are shown in reverse type.
2. The output accuracy is 2° maximum, so not all angles can
be set.
The lower limit set value is set using the F4 menu in the Function
Setting Mode.
Example: Setting the Pulse Output Start Angle to 100°
Lower Limit Setting Display
The starting angle for pulse outputs is set using the F2 menu in the
Function Setting Mode.
PRG
Set the upper limit set value to 20 with
the ANGLE Keys
and then press
the WRITE Key.
Setting Display
PRG
Set the pulse output start angle to 100
with the ANGLE Keys
and then
press the WRITE Key.
CAM
CAM
STEP
Note: If banks are being used, the bank number must be set.
STEP
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H8PS
Step Number Limit (f5)
Bank Functions (f7/f8/f9)
With the H8PS, up to 10 steps can be set to turn the output ON/OFF
10 times for each cam. The number of steps that can be set,
however, can be restricted to prevent programming from being added
through operating mistakes. Settings can be made for all cams at
once or each cam individually. The default setting for the Step
Number Limit is 10 steps for all cams.
The bank function is supported by 16-/32-output models. Banks
enable changing the entire cam program at once by switching bank
numbers (0 to 7).
Example: Limiting the Number of Steps to 2 for All Cams
Collectively.
Cam Program (Bank No. 7)
Cam Program (Bank No. 2)
Cam Program (Bank No. 1)
Cam Program (Bank No. 0)
The maximum number of steps to be set is set using the F5 menu in
the Function Setting Mode.
Step 0
Step 1
Control output
(cam number) ON angle OFF angle ON angle OFF angle
Display for Collective Settings
PRG
Set the cam number to a with the
CAM Keys
and set the
maximum number of steps to 2 with
the Angle Keys
. Press the
WRITE Key to write the setting to
memory.
STEP
CAM
Step 9
ON angle OFF angle
1
45°
90°
135°
225°
270°
315°
2
0°
90°
135°
180°
---
---
32
90°
225°
270°
285°
315°
345°
In Run Mode or Test Mode, the start input must be turned OFF and
ON as shown in the following diagram in order to change banks.
Control the start input when changing banks.
Bank
specification
Bank 0
Bank 1
Bank 2
T4
The cam number can be set to a on the setting display to set all
cams at once. If the number of steps is displayed as “---” when the
cam number is a, the collective settings for all cams are disabled.
Example: Limiting the Number of Steps to 1 for Cam 3.
The maximum number of steps to be set is set using the F5 menu in
the Function Setting Mode.
Start ON
input OFF
T2
Unstable region (outputs OFF)
STEP
T3
Bank 1
Bank 2
ON
RUN
output OFF
PRG
Set the cam number to 3 with the
CAM Keys
and set the
maximum number of steps to 1 with
the Angle Keys
. Press the
WRITE Key to write the setting to
memory.
T2
Bank 0
Operation
Display for Individual Settings
CAM
T1
T1: 225 ms max.
T2: 400 ms max.
T3: 20 ms min.
T4: 20 ms min.
Bank Enable/Disable (f7)
The default setting disables the bank function. To use banks, change
the setting using the F7 menu in the Function Setting Mode.
Setting Display
PRG
Enable or disable the bank function
with the ANGLE Keys
.
Cam Protection (f6)
Cam programs can be write-protected. Use this setting to protect the
programs for only specific cam numbers. Protected cam numbers will
not be displayed in Programming Mode or Test Mode. Writing or
changing programs will not be possible. Protected cam numbers will
also not be displayed in Run Mode and cannot be checked. The
default settings are for no protection for all cams.
CAM
yes
no
(Enabled)
(Disabled)
STEP
Example: Protecting Cam 3 with an 8-output Model
Bank Switching Method (f8)
Cam protection is set using the F6 menu in the Function Setting
Mode.
The following methods can be used to switch the bank: the bank
inputs on the terminal block or the BANK Key on the front of the Cam
Positioner.
Setting Display
Not lit (protected)
1
CAM
2
4
5
6
7
8
PRG
Set the cam number to be
protected (and not displayed) to 3
with the CAM Keys
and
then press the WRITE Key. The
output display will go out.
STEP
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H8PS
Bank Switching Method (f8)
Bank Copy (f9)
The following methods can be used to switch the bank: the bank
inputs on the terminal block or the BANK Key on the front of the Cam
Positioner. The method is set using the F8 menu in the Function
Setting Mode.
Programs can be copied between banks. This function is convenient
to copy a program to a different bank when only some of the ON/OFF
angle settings need to be changed.
Setting
Display
Description
Bank input
(IN)
in
Banks can be changed only with the bank
inputs. Even if a different bank number is
displayed in Programming Mode, the bank
specified with the bank inputs will be used
after switching to Run Mode or Test Mode.
key
Bank Key
(KEY)
Banks can be changed only with the
BANK Key. Bank inputs are disabled.
Note: This operation can be used only when the Bank Function (F7)
has been enabled.
Example: Copying the Program in Bank 2 to Bank 3
Banks are copied using the F9 menu in the Function Setting Mode.
Setting Display
1. Set the number of the bank to be copied.
PRG
Note: 1. Default settings are shown in reverse type.
2. This setting can be made only when the Bank Function (F7)
has been enabled.
Set bank number 2 (the copy
source) with the BANK Key and
then press the WRITE Key.
Setting Display
PRG
Use the ANGLE Keys
to set
the bank switching method.
in
key
(IN)
(KEY)
CAM
STEP
2. Set the number of the bank to receive the copy.
PRG
Set bank number 3 (the copy
destination) with the BANK Key and
then press the WRITE Key.
STEP
CAM
The bank inputs on the terminal block are used as shown in the
following table.
Bank No.
Bank input terminals
1
2
CAM
4
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
1
ON
OFF
OFF
2
OFF
ON
OFF
3
ON
ON
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
ON
6
ON
OFF
ON
6
OFF
ON
ON
7
ON
ON
ON
STEP
3. Execute the copy.
PRG
Confirm that cpy is displayed and
then press the WRITE Key again.
CAM
STEP
4. Copying completed.
ON: Shorted to COM terminal.
PRG
OFF: Open
After completion of copying end is
displayed for approx. 1 s and the
previous display will be resumed.
CAM
STEP
E24 Detection (f10)
Displaying E24 errors (Encoder disconnected) can be disabled. The
setting does not normally need to be changed. When the Y92C-30
Parallel Input Adapter (order separately) is used to connect more
than one H8PS to the same Encoder, an E24 error can appear even
if the Encoder connection is normal. If this happens, use the E24
Detection function (F10) in the Function Setting Mode to disable E24
detection displays.
Setting
Enabled
Disabled
Display
Description
yes
An E24 error will be displayed if the
Encoder is not connected correctly in
Run Mode or Test Mode.
no
Setting Display
PRG
Enable or disable E24 detection
with the ANGLE Keys
.
CAM
yes
no
(Enabled)
(Disabled)
STEP
An E24 error will not be displayed
even if an Encoder is not connected.
Note: Default settings are shown in reverse type.
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H8PS
■ Self Diagnostic Function
The following displays will appear on the main display if an error occurs. If an error occurs, all outputs (including cam, pulse, and run outputs) will
be turned OFF.
Display
Meaning
Recovery method
e00
Origin designation data error
Press the CLEAR Key for at least 3 s. All settings, including the origin designation data, will be
initialized.
e11
Memory error: RAM error
Cycle the power supply.
e12
Memory error: Checksum error Press the CLEAR Key for at least 3 s. All settings, including the origin designation data, will be
initialized.
e13
CPU error
Cycle the power supply.
e21
Response speed exceeded
The Encoder is rotating faster than the allowable range. Reduce the speed to within the allowable
range. Then cycle the power supply or switch to Programming Mode and then to Run Mode.
e22
Encoder data error
There are surges or noise around the product or in the wiring. Check the wiring and protect the
product from surges and noise. Then cycle the power supply.
e23
Encoder resolution inconsistent Set the Encoder resolution according to the specifications of the Encoder. Then cycle the power
supply.
e24
Encoder disconnected
Connect the Encoder connector properly. Then, cycle the power supply or switch to Programming
Mode and then to Run Mode.
Angle Data Table
To assist with programming when using an Encoder with a resolution of 256/rotation, displays and settings may be done by conversion to 360
degrees by setting a pin on the DIP switch inside the front cover. The following table shows the conversions.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0°
1°
3°
4°
6°
7°
8°
10°
11°
13°
14°
15°
17°
18°
20°
21°
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
23°
24°
25°
27°
28°
30°
31°
32°
34°
35°
37°
38°
39°
41°
42°
44°
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
45°
46°
48°
49°
51°
52°
53°
55°
56°
58°
59°
60°
62°
63°
65°
66°
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
68°
69°
70°
72°
73°
75°
76°
77°
79°
80°
82°
83°
84°
86°
87°
89°
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
90°
91°
93°
94°
96°
97°
98°
100° 101° 103° 104° 105° 107° 108° 110° 111°
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
113° 114° 115° 117° 118° 120° 121° 122° 124° 125° 127° 128° 129° 131° 132° 134°
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
135° 136° 138° 139° 141° 142° 143° 145° 146° 148° 149° 150° 152° 153° 155° 156°
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
158° 159° 160° 162° 163° 165° 166° 167° 169° 170° 172° 173° 174° 176° 177° 179°
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
180° 181° 183° 184° 186° 187° 188° 190° 191° 193° 194° 195° 197° 198° 200° 201°
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
203° 204° 205° 207° 208° 210° 211° 212° 214° 215° 217° 218° 219° 221° 222° 224°
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
225° 226° 228° 229° 231° 232° 233° 235° 236° 238° 239° 240° 242° 243° 245° 246°
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
256 display (Encoder output data)
248° 249° 250° 252° 253° 255° 256° 257° 259° 260° 262° 263° 264° 266° 267° 269°
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
270° 271° 273° 274° 276° 277° 278° 280° 281° 283° 284° 285° 287° 288° 290° 291°
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
293° 294° 295° 297° 298° 300° 301° 302° 304° 305° 307° 308° 309° 311° 312° 314°
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
How to Use the Table
0
0°
1
1°
239
315° 316° 318° 319° 321° 322° 323° 325° 326° 328° 329° 330° 332° 333° 335° 336°
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
338° 339° 340° 342° 343° 345° 346° 347° 349° 350° 352° 353° 354° 356° 357° 359°
360° display (360° converted data)
ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
To convert millimeters into inches, multiply by 0.03937. To convert grams into ounces, multiply by 0.03527.
In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
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