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CDC-2000 COMPUTER PANEL OVERVIEW-------------------------------------------------1


1.1.COMPUTER

PANEL DESCRIPTION-------------------------------------------------------------------------1

1.2. MENITOR

QPERATIONAL KEYS---------------------------------------------------------------------------2

1.3. NUMBER OPERATIONAL KEYS-----------------------------------------------------------------------------4


1.4. COMBINED OPERATIONAL KEYS--------------------------------------------------------------------------6
1.5. POWER OPERATIONAL KEYS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------6
1.6. MOTON OPERATIONAL KEYS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------7
1.7. CHART OPERATIONAL KEYS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------7
1.8.FORMING STATUS OPERATIONAL KEYS------------------------------------------------------------------12
2.

COMPUTER CHART OVERVIEW-------------------------------------------------------------------13


2.1. SYSTEM INITIAL CHART-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------13
2.2. MANUAL OPERATION SETTINTG--------------------------------------------------------------------------14
2.3. AUTO PERATION SETTING---------------------------------------------------------------------------------15
2.4. MONITOR TIME CHART------------------------------------------------------------------------------------17
2.5. SET UP FOR BOOSTER CYLINDER MOLD CLOSING AND OPENING-----------------------------------19
2.6. SETUP FOR HIGH PRESSURE CYLINDER AND SPLIT NUTS--------------------------------------------32
2.7. EJECTOR SETUP--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------38
2.8. SORE PULL SETUP------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------41
2.9. UNSCREW SETUP-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------44
2.10. AIR - BLOW SETUP ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------48
2.11. MOLD THICKNESS AND CLAMPING FORCE SETUP---------------------------------------------------49
2.12. LUBRICATION SETUP-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------57
2.13. INJECTION SETUP----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------58
2.14. PLASTICIZING AND FEEDING SETUP------------------------------------------------------------------62
2.15. INJECTION CARRIAGE SETUP--------------------------------------------------------------------------65
2.16. SPEED AND PRESSURE CURVE--------------------------------------------------------------------------66
2.17. THEORETICAL INJECTION VOLUME CURVE----------------------------------------------------------67
2.18. THEORETICAL INJECTION SPEED CURVE-------------------------------------------------------------68
2.19. THEORETICAL INJECTION PRESSURE CURVE--------------------------------------------------------69
2.20. PROMPT SETTING CHART-------------------------------------------------------------------------------70
2.21. TEMPERATURE SETUP-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------73
2.22. TEMPERATURE SETTING CHART-----------------------------------------------------------------------75
2.23. TEMPERATURE TIMING SETUP-------------------------------------------------------------------------76
2.24. TEMPERATURE CURVE OF T1---------------------------------------------------------------------------77
2.25. TEMPERATURE CURVE OF T2---------------------------------------------------------------------------78

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2.26. TEMPERATURE CURVE OF T3---------------------------------------------------------------------------79
2.27. TEMPERATURE CURVE OF T4---------------------------------------------------------------------------80
2.28. TEMPERATURE CURVE OF T5---------------------------------------------------------------------------81
2.29. TEMPERATURE CURVE OF ------------------------------------------------------------------------------82
2.30. TEMPERATURE CURVE OF TC--------------------------------------------------------------------------83
2.31. MOULD NUMBER SETTING-------------------------------------------------------------------------------84
2.32.SPARE COUNTER SETUP-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------88
2.33.QUALITY RECORD CHART--------------------------------------------------------------------------------90
2.34.SPC DISPLAY CHART---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------92
2.35.QUALITY CURVE DISPLAY CHART-----------------------------------------------------------------------93
2.36.PROGRAM MONITORING---------------------------------------------------------------------------------94
2.37.RELAY MONITORING--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------95
2.38.INPUT NODE MONITORING OF COMPUTER-------------------------------------------------------------99
2.39.OUTPUT NODE MONITORING----------------------------------------------------------------------------111
2.40.FUNCTION SELECTION SETUP--------------------------------------------------------------------------123
2.41.SPARE SPEED AND PRESSURE SETUP------------------------------------------------------------------127
2.42.SPARE COUNTER SETUP---------------------------------------------------------------------------------133
2.43.SPARE TIMER UNIT DESCRIPTION---------------------------------------------------------------------137
2.44.RECORED CHART OF BREAKDOWN--------------------------------------------------------------------141
2.45.RESTORING OPERATIONAL CHART OF OPTICAL METEN-------------------------------------------143
2.46.PERIPHERAL AND CIPHER SETTING CHART----------------------------------------------------------145
2.47.DISPLAY CHART OF PRODUCTIVE INFORMATION---------------------------------------------------147
2.48.RECORD CHART OF PARAMETRIC VARIATION-------------------------------------------------------148
3.

ALARM INFORMATION OVERVIEW-------------------------------------------------------------151


3.1."001 EXCHANGE THE BATTERY OF COMPUTER UPS"-----------------------------------------------151
3.2."003 CHECK SPLIT NUTS' POSITION"------------------------------------------------------------------151
3.3."004 ERROR OF THE GEARING POSITION"------------------------------------------------------------151
3.4."006 ERROR FOR THE FEEDING OF EJECTOR"-------------------------------------------------------151
3.5."009 TEMPERATURE IS BELOW THE SETTING VALUE"----------------------------------------------152
3.6."013 LARGE CYLINDER EXCEEDS THE DISTANCE-------------------------------------------------153
3.7."014 THE VOLUME OF LUBRICATIVE TANK IS TOO LOW"------------------------------------------153
3.8."015 CLAMPING DISTANCE DOES NOT STOP"--------------------------------------------------------154
3.9."017 THE CLAMPING MOTOR EXCEEDS ITS LOAD'S LIMITATION"-------------------------------154
3.10."018 THE BACKWARD SAFE DOORS DON'T YET BE CLOSED"------------------------------------154
3.11."019 THE FORWARD SAFE DOORS DON'T YET BE CLOSED"--------------------------------------154
3.12."020 LIMIT SWITCH ERROR OF EJECTOR FEEDING"---------------------------------------------154
3.13."021 ADJUSTING MOULD EXCEEDS THE MINIMUM SIZE"---------------------------------------155
3.14."022 ADJUSTING MOULD EXCEEDS THE MAXIMUM SIZE''--------------------------------------155
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3.15."023 ERROR OF COUNTER SWITCH FOR ADJUSTING MOULD"---------------------------------155
3.16."027 TURN OFF THE POWER TO RESTART"----------------------------------------------------------155
3.17."028 THE MOTOR OF PUMP EXCEEDS THE LOAD"-------------------------------------------------156
3.18."029 NOT BE NORMAL FOR MOTOR STARTING"----------------------------------------------------156
3.19."031 TEMPERATURE OF CYCOIC OIL IS TOO LOW "-----------------------------------------------156
3.20."035 BAD VOLUMES OF PRODUCTION ARE TOO HIGH"-------------------------------------------156
3.21."036 CHECK CORE PULL 2 THROUGH THE LIMIT SWITCH"--------------------------------------157
3.22."037 CHECK LIMIT SWITCH OF LARGE CYLINDER"---------------------------------------------158
3.23."038 MOVING DISTANCES ERROR OF LARGE CYLINDER"-------------------------------------158
3.24."039 CHECK LIMIT SWITCH OF UNSCREW"---------------------------------------------------------159
3.25."041 PRODUCTS ARE REACHED THE SETTING"-----------------------------------------------------160
3.26."042 CHECK LIMIT SWITCH OF CLAMPING MOULD"-----------------------------------------------161
3.27."043 CHECK LIMIT SWITCH OF CORE PULL 1 "-----------------------------------------------------161
3.28."044 CHECK LIMIT SWITCH OF ROTATIONAL PLATE"---------------------------------------------162
3.29."046 ROBOTIC ARM DOES NOT COME BACK INITIAL POSITION"---------------------------------162
3.30."047 CHECK THE OBTAINED PRODUCT BY ROBOTIC ARM"---------------------------------------163
3.31."048 ERROR FOR THE PRODUCT CONFIRMATION SIGNAL"---------------------------------------163
3.32."049 THE SENSOR OF ELECTRONIC EYE IS COVERED"--------------------------------------------164
3.33."050 THE CLAMPING DESTANCE HAS STOPPED"---------------------------------------------------164
3.34."051 THE OPENING MOULD HAS STOPPED"---------------------------------------------------------165
3.35."052 THE OPENING MOULD JAS NOT YET STOPPED"----------------------------------------------165
3.36."053 THE DISTANCE OF EJECTOR HAS STOPPED"--------------------------------------------------165
3.37."054 THE BACKWARD DISTANCE OF EJECTOR HAS STOPPED"-----------------------------------165
3.38."055 THE DISTANCE OF PLASTICIZING HAS STOPPED"--------------------------------------------165
3.39."056 THE UNSCREW HAS STOPPED"------------------------------------------------------------------165
3.40."057 CHECK THE LIMIT SWITCH FOR NOZZLE ADVANCE"----------------------------------------165
3.41."058 THE SAFE COVER OF NOZZLE HAS NOT YET CLOSED"---------------------------------------166
3.42."059 THE NOZZLE IS OPPILATED"---------------------------------------------------------------------166
3.43."060 THE PLASTICIZING VOLUME IS NOT ENOUGH OR TOO MUCH"-----------------------------167
3.44."061 NOT NORMAL CHECKING FOR SAFE DOOR"---------------------------------------------------167
3.45."065 THE HOPPER IS NULL OR OPPILATED"---------------------------------------------------------167
3.46."066 THE PRODUCTS ARE REACHED THE SETTING"-----------------------------------------------168
3.47."067 THE BAD PRODUCTS ARE TOO MANY"---------------------------------------------------------168
3.48."068 THE CYCLIC TIME IS TOO LONG"--------------------------------------------------------------169
3.49."071 LUBRICATION"------------------------------------------------------------------------------------170
3.50."072 CLEAN THE MOULD"-----------------------------------------------------------------------------171
3.51."079 ERROR OF EJECTOR ADVANCE"----------------------------------------------------------------172
3.52."080 RESTART THE SAFE DOOR"----------------------------------------------------------------------174

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3.53."090 TEMPERATURE SENSOR BREAKDOWN AT SECTOR 1"---------------------------------------174
3.54."091 TEMPERATURE SENSOR BREAKDOWN AT SECTOR 2"----------------------------------------174
3.55."092 TEMPERATURE SENSOR BREAKDOWN AT SECTOR 3"----------------------------------------174
3.56."093 TEMPERATURE SENSOR BREAKDOWN AT SECTOR 4"----------------------------------------174
3.57."094 TEMPERATURE SENSOR BREAKDOWN AT SECTOR 5"----------------------------------------174
3.58."095 TEMPERATURE SENSOR BREAKDOWN AT SECTOR 6"----------------------------------------175
3.69."096 TEMPERATURE SENSOR BREAKDOWN FOR BACKUP"----------------------------------------175
3.60."099 THE OIL TEMPERATURE SENSOR BREAKSOWN"----------------------------------------------175
3.61."100 THE PRACTICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO LOW AT SECTOR 1"-------------------------------175
3.62."101 THE PRACTICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO LOW AT SECTOR 2"-------------------------------176
3.63."102 THE PRACTICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO LOW AT SECTOR 3"-------------------------------176
3.64. "103 THE PRACTICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO LOW AT SECTOR 4"------------------------------176
3.65. "104 THE PRACTICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO LOW AT SECTOR 5"------------------------------177
3.66. "105 THE PRACTICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO LOW AT SECTOR 6"------------------------------177
3.67. "106 THE PRACTICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO LOW FOR BACKUP"------------------------------177
3.68. "109 THE OIL PRACTICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO LOW"------------------------------------------177
3.69."110 THE PRATICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH AT SECTOR 1"--------------------------------177
3.70."111 THE PRATICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH AT SECTOR 2"--------------------------------178
3.71."112 THE PRATICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH AT SECTOR 3"--------------------------------178
3.72."113 THE PRATICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH AT SECTOR 4"--------------------------------178
3.73."114 THE PRATICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH AT SECTOR 5"--------------------------------179
3.74."115 THE PRATICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH AT SECTOR 6"--------------------------------179
3.75."116 THE PRATICAL TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH FOR BACKUP"--------------------------------179
3.76."118 THE IOL TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH"--------------------------------------------------------179
3.77."119 BARREL TEMPERATURE OS MAINTAINED"----------------------------------------------------179
3.78 ALARM VOICE OUTPUT DESCRIPTION----------------------------------------------------------------180
4.

SELECTING OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION--------------------------------------------------183


4.1. THE CONTROL BY COMBINED INJECTION MACHINE AND ROBOTIC ARM------------------------183
4.2. THE SELECTION OF INJECTION MODE 1---------------------------------------------------------------184
4.3. THE FUNCTION OF OPTIC METER TO VIBRATE-------------------------------------------------------185
4.4. THE APPLICATION OF PRINTER-------------------------------------------------------------------------188

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1.

CDC-2000 Controller Panel Overview

1.1. Controller Panel Description:

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1.2. Manually Operational Keys:

1) In manual mode, Operational keys can accomplish a particular task of the whole
cycle. The process of the operational cycle is shown below:

Clamp

Inj.Carri.F

Injec.

Plastic

Screw Dec.

Eject.Bw

Eject. Fw

M.Op.

Inj.Carri.B

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The functions of the manually operational keys are shown below:

:Mode open.

: Mode close.

: Ejector backward.

: Ejector forward.

: In manual mode, when pulling core is set on Menu (06),this button


can move the core 1 backward manually.
: In manual mode, when pulling core is set on Menu (06), this button
can move the core 1 forward manually.
: 1. In manual mode, when mould screw is set on Menu (07), this button
can move the screw forward manually.
2. In manual mode, when mould thickness is set on Menu (09), this
button can adjust the platen backward manually.
3. In manual mode, when pulling core is set on Menu (06), this button
can move the core 2 forward manually.
: 1. In manual mode, when mould screw is set on Menu (07), this button
can move the screw backward manually.
2. In manual mode, when mould thickness is set on Menu (09), this
button can adjust the platen forward manually.
3. In manual mode, when pulling core is set on Menu (06), this button
can move the core 2 backward manually.
: Auto adjustment of mold thickness (Not used now).
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: Safety door open (Not used now).

: Safety door close (Not used now).

: Injection carriage forward.

: Injection carriage backward.

: Injection.

: Plasticizing.

: Screw decompression.

1.3. Number Operational Keys:

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Operational functions are shown below:


: Number 0 or blank space.
: Number 1 or alphabets S,T,U.
: Number 2 or alphabets V,W,X.
: Number 3 or alphabets Y,Z,_.
: Number 4 or alphabets J,K,L.
: Number 5 or alphabets M,N,O.
: Number 6 or alphabets P,Q,R.
: Number 7 or alphabets A,B,C.
: Number 8 or alphabets D,E,F.
: Number 9 or alphabets G,H,I.

: Cursor upward.

: Cursor downward.

: Cursor to left.

: Cursor to right.

The parametric setting value can be changed if the bottom is yellow.


: Function selection, open or close or increased by +1.
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: Function selection, open or close or decreased by -1.


: 1.Auto calculation.
2.This button is used to call the Memorial Display when no cursor appears.
: Confirmation of right digit input.
: Cancellation of wrong digit input.
: Reconfirmation of data input.

1.4. Combined Operational Keys :


+

: Memorize the current Menu.

: When the pressure and speed curves are on screen, press this
button to display standard display curve. Referred to Menu (48)
of 2.15.

: Back up 1.

: Back up 2.

: Back up 3.

: Back up 4.

: Print the current Menu, dont use it when no printer. Otherwise,


The CDC-2000 will stop to work.

1.5. Power Operational Keys:


1) To Push the E-stop

to turn off the power of the Controller; to rotate the

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E-stop

and the button will arise, then to push

key can turn on the

power of the controller.


1.6. Motor Operational Keys:
: Start motor, LED Light located on the upper left of the

button is on if the

upper left would be off. The motor cant be stopped under automatic mode.
: Stop motor, push this button to stop the motor, and

LED light on the upper

left would be off. The motor cant be stopped under automatic mode.

1.7. The Function of Operational Keys on screen:


01
MANUAL OPERATION MODE
MOLD NO.
NOZZLE
T1
YYYYYYYY
AA%
BBB
aaaaaaaaaaa
Sbb Pcc Bdd
bbb
EEEE.Emm
BATCH NO.
: WWWWW
GOOD PART NO. : XXXXX

OOOO.Omm

T2
CCC

T3
DDD

T4
EEE

T5
FFF

4 / 5
11:25
T6
Tc
GGG
HHH

ccc

ddd

eee

fff

ggg

PPPP.Pmm

QQQQ.Qmm

SSSkg/cm2

RRRrpm

SET
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F7

F6

F8

hhh

F9

M
F10

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1.7.1.

After the start-up system Menu test is finished, Menu switches to Operational Menu (01),
The two bottom lines which have the yellow background are the Menu names that are
often used. Press the fast-selection keys can switch to the required Menu. For example,
if you press

on Menu (01) as shown above, Menu switches to Mold close and

Mold open setting Menu. The Operational functions of the keys are shown below:
: Power on button for controller.
: Quick menu switchover, used to switch to menu shown at the screen bottom.
: Quick menu switchover, used to switch to menu shown at the screen bottom.
: Quick menu switchover, used to switch to menu shown at the screen bottom.
: Quick menu switchover, used to switch to menu shown at the screen bottom.
: Quick menu switchover, used to switch to menu shown at the screen bottom.
: Quick menu switchover, used to switch to menu shown at the screen bottom.
: Quick menu switchover, used to switch to menu shown at the screen bottom.
: Quick menu switchover, used to switch to menu shown at the screen bottom.
: Quick menu switchover, used to switch to menu shown at the screen bottom.
: Quick menu switchover, used to switch to menu shown at the screen bottom.
: 1. Switch to operational Menu.
2. When on the operational Menu, This button is used to switch the menu
shown at the bottom of the screen.

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1.7.2.

CDC-2000 Menu and index tables are shown below for reference:

1)
Menu

Cycle
Mold close Ejector injection plasticizing Temperature products functional Time Prompt
screw
setting
counter selection Settin setting Monitor
Mold open
g

Index

03

Menu

04

11

14

20

43

32

35

19

62

Mold no Carriage Temperature Core pull unscrew Air-blew Modulating Input Output Peripheral
setting
Timer
monitor monitor Setting
mold

Index

42

Menu

15

23

06

07

08

09

40

41

46

Mold close split ejector Core pull unscrew Air-blow Modulating lubrication
Mole open nuts
Mold

Index

03

05

04

06

07

08

09

10

2)
Menu

Mold close ejector injection Plasticizing Temperature Products Functional Time Prompt
Cycle
Mold open
setting
counter selection setting setting monitor
screw

Index

Screen
Display
Index

Menu

Index

Menu
Index

03

04

11

14

20

43

32

35

19

62

Mold no carriage Temperature Core pull Unscrew Air- blew Modulating Input Output Peripheral
setting
timer
Mold
monitor monitor setting

42

15

injection

23

06

Plasticizing carriage
Screw

11

14

Injection Injection Injection


volume
Rate
Pressure

16

07

17

18

15

08

09

40

41

Pressure Injection Prompt


Velocity volume setting
curve

48

16

46
Cycle
monitor

19

Plasticizing
screw

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3)
Menu

Mold close ejector Injection Plasticizing Temperature Products Functional Time Prompt Cycle
Mold open
screw
counter Selection setting setting monitor
setting

Index

Menu
Index

03

04

11

14

20

43

32

35

19

62

Mold no Carriage Temperature Core pull unscrew Air-blew modulating Input Output Peripheral
setting
monitor monitor
setting
Timer

42

15

23

06

Screen
Display
Index

Temperature Setting Temperature


Setting
curve
timer

Screen
Display

Temperature
setting

T1

20

24

20

Index

21

07

25

09

40

T5

T6

TC

41

46

Heating
curve

23
T2

08

24
T3

T4

26

27

28

29

30

50

4)
Screen Mold close
Display Mold open
Index
03

Menu
Index

Screen
Display
Index

ejector Injection Plasticizing Temperature Products Functional Time Prompt Cycle


screw
setting
counter selection setting setting monitor

04

11

14

20

43

32

35

Mold no Carriage Temperature Core pull unscrew Air-blew Modulating Input Output
timer
mold
monitor monitor
setting

42

15

23

Mold no products Quality


setting counter record

42

43

44

06

07

SPC
chart

Quality
curve

13

61

10

08

09

40

41

19

62

Peripheral
Setting

46

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5)
Screen
Display
Index

Screen
Display
Index

Mold no carriage Temperature Core pull unscrew Air-blew Modulating Input Output
setting
timer
mold
monitor monitor

42

15

23

Program Relay Counter


monitor monitor monitor

36

37

38

06

07

08

39

Input
monitor

Output
monitor

40

41

09

40

41

peripheral
setting

46

6)
Screen Mold close Ejector injection Plasticizing Temperature Products Functional Time
Prompt Cycle
Display Mold Open
screw
setting
counter selection setting setting monitor
Index
03
04
11
14
20
43
32
35
19
62

Screen
Display
Index

Function Pressure Counter Time unit


selection Velocity setting setting
setting

32

33

34

35

7)
Screen
Display
Index

Mold no carriage Temperature Core pull unscrew Air-blew Modulating Input Output Periphery
setting
timer
mold
monitor monitor setting

Screen
Display

Product
Parameter Breakdown Peripheral
information variation
record setting

Index

42

45

15

23

31

06

49

07

46

08

09

51 57

40

41

46
initial
restore

47

1.8. The function of keys in forming operational status:


: Manual mode selection key, the LED indicator on upper left of the button is on
when the controller is in manual mode.
: Semi-auto mode selection key, the LED indicator on upper left of the button is
on when the controller is in semi-auto mode.

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: Auto mode selection key, the LED indicator on upper left of the button is on when
the controller is in auto mode.
If the LED indicators on

or

or

are twinkling, all of the data can not

to changed. Please refer to section 2.45 interface and password setting.

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2. Computer Menu:
2.1. System Starting Menu
Chart 00

CHEN HSONG MACHINERY TAIWAN CO.,LTD.


Factory address: Sung Chiang N. Road. Chung Li Industrial District Chung Li,
Taoyuan, R. O. C.
TEL
: 886-3-452-2288
FAX
: 886-3-452-0261
E-mail
: asian@asianplastic.com.tw

Machine type : SM-3100


Machine no. : 1234567
The data of production: 2000/01
The present date : 2000/01/31
tional : A3000000
Program version: AF00
Testing, please waiting
To check the safe equipments before lestaring

F1

F2

F3

F4

F6

F5

F7

F8

F9

Func

F10

When the power is on, the system shows the Menu (00) and do the functional testing, and
automatically change to Menu (01) about 3 seconds later. The functional testing Menu (00) shows
the related data of the machine to the customer for reference:
A)

Factory address: Sung Chiang N.Road, Chung Li Industrial District Chung Li,
Taoyuan, Taiwan, R.O.C.

B)

TEL: Factorys telephone no.

C)

FAX: Factorys fax no.

D)

E-mail : Factorys E-mail no. asian@asianplastic.com.tw.

E)

Machine type :The machinery type

F)

Machine no.: The machinery no.

G)

The date of production: What date was the machine produced?

H)

The present date: What date is today?

I)

Functional no.: to record the machinery functional no.

J)

Program version :indicated the software version

886-3-452-2288.

886-3-452-0261.
SM-3100.
1234567.

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2000/01

2000/01/31
A3000000

AF00

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2.2. Manual Operation Setting


Chart 01A
Manual monitor chart
Mold no.
nozzle
T1
AA%
BBB
YYYYYYYY
aaaaaaa
Sbb Pcc Bdd
bbb
EEEE.Emm
Total products : WWWWW
Good products : XXXXX

OOOO.Omm

T2
CCC

T3
DDD

T4
EEE

T5
FFF

01/31
11:25
T6
Tc
GGG
HHH

ccc

ddd

eee

fff

ggg

PPPP.Pmm

QQQQ.Qmm

SSSkg/cm2

hhh

RRRrpm

Mold c ejector inject. plast. Temp. produ. funct. Time prompt cycle
Mold o
screw setting count. Selec. Settingsetting monitor

F1

Press

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

button to show manual operational setting Menu(01)the LED indicator

on the upper left is on. When the power is on, the system is in manual mode and
doesnt need to use this button. In manual mode, if the Menu is not like this one,
press

or

to go to Menu (01).

Move the cursor to the parameter that you want to change, adjust the parameter
by numerical keys, then push

key to finish the correction. The setting

descriptions of mould open & close Menu (01) are shown below:
A)

YYYYYYYY: Display the contents of mold no.

B)

AA: Proportional nozzle heating setting.

C)

BBB: Temperature setting of barrel sector 1.

D)

bbb :The practical temperature of barrel sector 1.

E)

CCC: Temperature setting of barrel sector 2.

F)

ccc :The practical temperature of barrel sector 2.

G)

DDD: Temperature setting of barrel sector 3.

H)

ddd :The practical temperature of barrel sector 3.

I)

EEE: Temperature setting of barrel sector 4.


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J)

eee :The practical temperature of barrel sector 4.

K)

FFF: Temperature setting of barrel sector 5.

L)

fff :The practical temperature of barrel sector 5.

M)

GGG: Temperature setting of barrel sector 6.

N)

ggg :The practical temperature of barrel sector 6.

O)

HHH: The backup temperature setting.

P)

hhh : The practical backup temperature display.

Q)

WWWWW: Display the volume of product.

R)

XXXXX: Display the volume of good product.

S)

OOOO.O: Display the present location of ejector.

T)

PPPP.P: Display the present location of clamping.

U)

QQQQ.Q: Display the present location of ejection.

V)

RRR: Display the speed of screw rotation in plasticizing.

W)

SSS: Display the present hydraulic pressure.

2.3. Auto Operation Setting


Chart 02A
Auto display chart
Mold no.
nozzle
T1
AA%
BBB
YYYYYYYY
aaaaaaa
Sbb Pcc Bdd
bbb
EEEE.Emm
Total products : WWWWW
Good products : XXXXX
Cycle time : MMMM.M

OOOO.Omm

T2
CCC

T3
DDD

T4
EEE

T5
FFF

01/31
11:25
T6
Tc
GGG
HHH

ccc

ddd

eee

fff

ggg

hhh

injection time : KKKK.K


cooling time : LLLL.L
middle time : NNNN.N

PPPP.Pmm

QQQQ.Qmm

SSSkg/cm2

RRRrpm

Mold c ejector inject. plast. Temp. product funct. Time prompt cycle
Mold o
screw setting count. Selec. Settingsetting monitor

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

15

F7

F8

F9

F10

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Chart 02B
Auto monitor chart
Mold no.
nozzle
T1
AA%
BBB
YYYYYYYY
aaaaaaa
Sbb Pcc Bdd
bbb
EEEE.Emm
Total products : WWWWW
Good products : XXXXX
Cycle time : MMMM.M

OOOO.Omm

T2
CCC

T3
DDD

T4
EEE

T5
FFF

01/31
11:25
T6
Tc
GGG
HHH

ccc

ddd

eee

fff

ggg

hhh

injection time : KKKK.K


cooling time : LLLL.L
middle time : NNNN.N

PPPP.Pmm

QQQQ.Qmm

SSSkg/cm2

RRRrpm

Mold c ejector inject. Plast. tempe.Product funct. Time prompt cycle


Mold o
screw setting count. Select.settingsetting monitor

F1

Push

or

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

to show Menu (02), the LED indicator on the upper left is on.

In auto operation mode, if the Menu is not like this one, press
or

or

to go to Menu (02).

Move the cursor to the parameter that you want to change, adjust the parameter
by numerical keys, the push

key to finish the correction. The setting

descriptions of Auto Monitor Menu (02) are shown below:


A)

YYYYYYYY :Display the contents of mold no.

B)

AA : Proportional nozzle heating setting.

C)

BBB :Temperature setting of barrel sector 1.

D)

bbb :The practical temperature of barrel sector 1.

E)

CCC :Temperature setting of barrel sector 2.

F)

ccc :The practical temperature of barrel sector 2.

G)

DDD :Temperature setting of barrel sector 3.

H)

ddd :The practical temperature of barrel sector 3.

I)

EEE :Temperature setting of barrel sector 4.

J)

eee :The practical temperature of barrel sector 4.


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K)

FFF :Temperature setting of barrel sector 5.

L)

fff :The practical temperature of barrel sector 5.

M)

GGG :Temperature setting of barrel sector 6.

N)

ggg :The practical temperature of barrel sector 6.

O)

HHH :The backup temperature setting.

P)

hhh : The practical backup temperature display.

Q)

WWWWW :Display the volume of product.

R)

XXXXX :Display the volume of good product.

S)

MMMM.M :Display the duration of production in auto operation.

T)

KKKK.K :Display the residue time of injection in auto operation, and be able
to adjust the time setting value by entering the numerical value.

U)

LLLL.L :Display the residue time of cooling in auto operation, and be able
to adjust the time setting value by entering the numerical value.

V)

NNNN.N :Display the residues time of recycle operation in auto operation, and
be able to adjust the time setting value by entering the numerical value.

W)

OOOO.O :Display the present location of ejector.

X)

PPPP.P :Display the present location of clamping.

Y)

QQQQ.Q :display the present location of injection.

Z)

RRR :display the speed of screw in plasticizing.

AA) SSS :display the hydraulic pressure.

2.4. Cycle Time Monitoring Menu


Chart 62
Cyclic time chart
aaaa.a
mold close
Core-in 1
Core-in
bbbb.b
cccc.c

carriage
forward

fff.ff
injection

Core-in 2
dddd.d
gggg.g
Hold pressure
Cycle time: rrrr.r
Total products: sssss

qqqq.q
Middle time

hhh.hh
plastic delay

pppp.p
Distance of ejector

iiii.i
plasticizing

llll.l
mold
core 1
oooo.o

kkkk.k
open

core in
nnnn.n

jjj.jj
cooling time

core 2
mmm.m

Mold c Ejector Inject Plast. Temp. Product Funct. Time Prompt Cycle
Mold o
Screw Setting Count. Selec.SettingSetting Monitor
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

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The main purpose of the Menu is to exhibit the time monitoring in auto operation.
Move the cursor to the parameter that you want to change, adjust the parameter
by numerical keys, and then push

key to finish the correction. The setting

description of Cycle Time Monitoring Menu (62) are shown below:


A)

aaaa.a : Display the time of clamping operation.

B)

bbbb.b : Display the time of core 1 operation.

C)

cccc.c : Display the time of core-in operation.

D)

dddd.d : Display the time of core 2 operation.

E)

eeee.e : Display the time of clamping forward operation.

F)

fff.ff : Display the time of injection.

G)

ggg.gg : Display the time of injection and hold pressure.

H)

hhh.hh : Display the time of plasticizing delay, which can be adjusted.

I)

iiii.i : Display the time of plasticizing.

J)

jjj.jj : Display the time of carriage backward, which can be adjusted.

K)

kkkk.k : Display the time of cooling, which can be adjusted.

L)

llll.l : Display the time of mold opening.

M)

mmmm.m : Display the time of core 2 off operation.

N)

nnnn.n : Display the time of core-in off operation.

O)

oooo.o : Display the time of core 1 off operation.

P)

pppp.p : Display the time of ejector operation.

Q)

qqqq.q : Display the time of middle time operation, which can be adjusted.

R)

rrrr.r : Display the time of productive cycle.

S)

sssss : Display the produced volumes.

T)

ttttt : Display the good produced volumes.

U)

uuuuu : Display the bad produced volumes.

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2.5. Setup for Mold Closing and Opening


2.5.1.

Mold closing and mold opening for toggle clamping


Chart 03
Mold close mold open setting

velocity %
pressure %
time
Location mm
Back press %

????.?mm
?????p

high speed
AA
BB

low speed
DD
EE
vvv.v

CCC.C
ee

high pressure
GG
clamping force
HH
TTTton
FFFFFp

ff

IIIIIp
gg

hhh.h

iii.i
reduced speed high
PP
QQ
RRR.R
OOO.O
UU

speed
low
MM
NN
LLLLLp
TT

speed
JJ
KK
SS

velocity %
pressure %
location mm
back pressure%

Super high clamping :


backup function :
Special mold function :
Start location operat distance velocity pressure
Mold close
WWWW.W
ZZZ.Z
XX
YY
Mold open
aaaa.a
ddd.d
bb
cc
High pre. eject. Core. Unscrew air.
Spl.nuts

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

Modul.
mold

Labr.

F7

F8

F9

F10

2.5.1.1. Mold-closing Setting

Move cursor to the desired parameter for mold closing. Key in desired digits through digit
keys and press

to complete a correction.

The setting description of the Mould opening & closing Menu (03) are shown below:
A)

AA : Booster cylinder fast mold-closing speed setup.

B)

BB : Booster cylinder fast mold-closing pressure setup.

C)

ee : Booster cylinder fast mold-closing counter-balance pressure setup.

D)

CCC.C : Booster cylinder fast mold-closing end-position setup.

E)

DD : Booster cylinder low-pressure mold-closing speed setup.

F)

EE : Booster cylinder low-pressure mold-closing pressure setup.

G)

ff : Booster cylinder low-pressure mold-closing counter-balance setup.

H)

FFFFF : Booster cylinder low-pressure mold-closing end-position setup.

I)

vvv.v : Booster cylinder low-pressure mold-closing time setup.

J)

GG : Booster cylinder mold-closing pressure confirmed setup.

K)

HH : Booster cylinder fast mold-closing pressure confirmed setup.

L)

gg : Booster cylinder fast mold-closing counter-balance pressure confirmed


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setup.
M)

IIIII : Booster cylinder fast mold-closing end-position setup.

N)

TTT : Display the mold-closing fore of toggle type machine by moving cursor to

FFFFF, then press


O)

key.

iii.i :Display the mold-closing operational time, the descending order of the
requirement for booster cylinder mold-closing switch position setup is.
RRR.Rmm WWWW.Wmm CCCC.Cmm FFFFFp IIIIIp

2.5.1.2. Sequence Diagram of Booster Cylinder Mold-Closing.


Mold-closing distomce

fast mold-closing

low-preesure

high-pressure

Mold-closing

mold-closing

ZZZ.
Counter-balance distance
Mold-closing confirm

AA

XX

AA

DD

GG

Speed setup

BB

YY

BB

EE

HH

Pressure setup

ee

ee

ee

ff

gg

Counter balance Starting Distonce


end-position setup

WWWW.W
CCC.C

FFFFF

IIIII

2.5.1.3. Mold-Opening Setup


Move the cursor to the desired parameter for mold-opening, key is your desired
digits and press

to complete the correction.

Code descriptions for Menu (03) Booster Cylinder mold-opening are as


below:
A)

JJ: Booster cylinder slow mold-opening speed setup.

B)

KK : Booster cylinder slow mold-opening pressure setup.

C)

SS : Booster cylinder slow mold-opening counter-balance pressure setup.

D)

LLLLL : Booster cylinder slow mold-opening end-position setup.

E)

MM : Booster cylinder fast mold-opening speed setup.

F)

NN : Booster cylinder fast mold-opening pressure setup.

G)

TT : Booster cylinder fast mold-opening counter-balance pressure setup.

H)

OOO.O : Booster cylinder fast mold-opening end-position setup.

I)

PP : Booster cylinder decelerated mold-opening speed setup.


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J)

QQ : Booster cylinder decelerated mold-opening pressure setup.

K)

UU : Booster cylinder decelerated mold-opening counter-balance pressure setup.

L)

RRR.R : Booster cylinder decelerated mold-opening end-position setup.

M)

hhh.h : Display cylinder mold-opening end-position setup.

The descending order of the requirement for booster cylinder mold-opening switch position.
Setup is :RRR.Rmm OOO.Omm aaaa.amm LLLLLp IIIIIp
2.5.1.4. Sequence Diagram of Booster Cylinder Mold-Opening
Mold-opening distance

decelerate
Mold-opening

fast-speed mold-opening

slow-speed
mold-opening

ddd.d
Special mold mold-opening
Mold-opening distance
Mold-opening confirm
Speed setup
Pressure setup

PP

MM

bb

MM

JJ

QQ

NN

cc

NN

KK

UU

TT

TT

TT

SS

Counter-balance pressure setup


End-position setup
RRR.R

aaaa.a
LLLLL

OOO.O

2.5.1.5. Special Function Setup

The setup for function selection : move the cursor to and press either
or

for open or close . Press

to finish the correction.

A)

Code descriptions for function selection are as follows:


:Function selection for booster cylinder fast mold-opening.

B)

:Space function selection.

C)

:Function selection for mold opening and closing; mid-mold operation parameter
settings are as follows:

C.a) WWWW.W: Mold-closing start-position setup for booster cylinder special mold.
C.b) ZZZ.Z: The moving distance setup for mold closing of booster cylinder
special mold.
C.c) XX: Mold-closing speed setup for booster cylinder special mold.
C.d) YY: Mold-closing pressure setup for booster cylinder special mold.
C.e) aaaa.a:Mold-opening start-position setup for booster cylinder special mold.
C.f) ddd.d :The moving distance setup for mold-opening of booster cylinder
special mold.
C.g) bb :Mold-opening speed setup for booster cylinder special mold.
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C.h) cc :Mold-opening pressure setup for booster cylinder special mold.

2.5.2.

High-Pressure Cylinder Mold-Closing and Mold-Opening Setup


Chart 03
Mold-closing mold-opening setup

velocity %
pressure %
time (sec)
docation mm
back pressure%

????.?mm
?????p

fast speed
AA
BB

ee

low-pressure high-pressure
DD
GG
clamping force
EE
HH
TTT Ton
vvv.v
CCC.C
FFFFFp
IIIIIp
ff
gg

hhh.h

iii.i
reduced speed fast
PP
QQ
RRR.R
OOO.O
UU

speed low speed


MM
JJ
NN
KK
LLLLLp
TT
SS

velocity %
pressure %
docation mm
back pressure%

Super high clanying :


backup function :
Special mold function :
Start cocation operat.distance velocity pressure
Mold-closing
WWWW.W
ZZZ.Z
XX
YY
Mold-opening
aaaa.a
ddd.d
bb
cc
Hi pre. Eject. Co pull unscr. Air.bl modul. Lubri.
Spl.unts

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

2.5.2.1. Mold-Closing Setup

Move the cursor to the desired parameter for high-pressure cylinder. Key in your desired
digits and press

to complete the correction.

A)

Code description for Menu (03) are as follows:


AA : speed setup for high-pressure cylinder high-speed mold-closing.

B)

BB : pressure setup for high-pressure cylinder high-speed mold-closing.

C)

ee : back pressure setup for high-pressure cylinder high-speed mold-closing.

D)

CCC.C : end-position setup for high-pressure cylinder high-speed mold-closing.

E)

DD : speed setup for high-pressure cylinder low-pressure mold-closing.

F)

EE : pressure setup for high-pressure cylinder low-pressure mold-closing.

G)

ff : back pressure setup for high-pressure cylinder low-pressure mold-closing.

H)

FFFFF: end-position setup for high-pressure cylinder low-pressure mold-closing.

I)

vvv.v : time setup for high-pressure cylinder low-pressure mold-closing.

J)

GG : speed setup for high-pressure cylinder high-pressure mold-closing.

K)

HH : pressure setup for high-pressure cylinder high-pressure mold-closing.


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L)

gg : back pressure setup for high-pressure cylinder high-pressure mold-closing.

M)

IIIII :end-position setup for high-pressure cylinder high-pressure


mold-closing.

N)

TTT : clomping fore setup for high-pressure cylinder high-pressure mold-closing.

O)

iii.i : Display the clamping time for high-pressure cylinder high pressure
Sctup:RRR.Rmm > WWWW.Wmm > CCCC.Cmm > FFFFFp > IIIIIp

mold-closing.

2.5.2.2. Sequence Diagram of High-Pressure Cylinder for Clamping


Mold-closing

fast speed mold-closing

low-pressure
Mold-closing

high-pressure
mold-closing

ZZZ.

Special mold mold-closing


End-position mold-closing
Velocity parameter
Pressure parameter

AA

XX

AA

DD

GG

BB

YY

BB

EE

HH

Back pressure parameter

ee

ee

ee

ff

gg

Special mold start-position


End-position setup

WWWW.W
CCC.C

FFFFF

IIIII

2.5.2.3. Mold-Opening Setup

Move the cursor to the desired parameter for mold-opening, Key i9n your desired digits and
to complete the correction.

press

A)

Code descriptions for Menu (03) high-pressure cylinder mold-opening are as follows:
JJ : High-pressure cylinder slow mold-opening speed setup.

B)

KK : High-pressure cylinder slow mold-opening pressure setup.

C)

SS : High-pressure cylinder slow mold-opening counter-balance pressure setup.

D)

LLLLL : High-pressure cylinder slow mold-opening end-position setup.

E)

MM : High-pressure cylinder fast mold-opening speed setup.

F)

NN : High-pressure cylinder fast mold-opening pressure setup.

G)

TT : High-pressure cylinder fast mold-opening counter-balance pressure setup.

H)

OOO.O : High-pressure cylinder fast mold-opening end-position setup.

I)

PP : High-pressure cylinder decelerated mold-opening speed setup.

J)

QQ : High-pressure cylinder decelerated mold-opening pressure setup.

K)

UU : High-pressure cylinder decelerated mold-opening counter-balance pressure


setup.

L)

RRR.R : High-pressure cylinder decelerated mold-opening end-position setup.

M)

hhh.h : display the mold-opening time for high-pressure cylinder.


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The descending order of the requirement for high-pressure cylinder mold-opening switch
position.
Setup is : RRR.Rmm > OOO.Omm >aaaa.amm > LLLLLp > IIIIIp
2.5.2.4. Sequence Diagram of High-Pressure Cylinder Mold-Opening
Mold-opening distance

decelerated
Mold-opening

fast speed mold-opening

slow speed
decelerated
mold-opening pressure

ddd.d
Special mold distance
End-position mold-opening
Velocity parameter
Pressure parameter
Counter-balance pressure

PP

MM

bb

MM

JJ

QQ

NN

cc

NN

KK

UU

TT

TT

TT

SS

Special mold start-position


End-position setup
RRR.R

aaaa.a
OOO.O

LLLLL

2.5.2.5. Special Function Setup

The setup for function selection: move the cursor to , and press either
or

open or close

A)

Code descriptions for function selection are as follows:


:Function selection for high-pressure cylinder fast mold-opening.

B)

: Spare function selection.

C)

:Function selection for mold-opening and closing of high-pressure cylinder

special mold. Code descriptions for parameters of the special mold are as follows:
C.a) WWWW.W: Mold-closing start-position setup for high-pressure cylinder special
mold.
C.b) ZZZ.Z :The moving distance setup for mold closing of high-pressure cylinder
special mold.
C.c) XX :Mold-closing speed setup for high-pressure cylinder special mold.
C.d) YY :Mold-closing pressure setup for high-pressure cylinder special mold.
C.e) aaaa.a: Mold-opening start-position setup for high-pressure cylinder special
mold.
C.f) ddd.d :The moving distance setup for mold-opening of high-pressure cylinder
special mold.
C.g) bb :Mold-opening speed setup for high-pressure cylinder special mold.
C.h) cc :Mold-opening pressure setup for high-pressure cylinder special mold.
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2.5.3.

Mold-Opening & Mold-Closing Parameter Setup for Two Platen Type Machine
Chart 03
Mold-closing mold-opening

velocity %
pressure %
time (sec)
position mm
coun-bal pre.%

????.?mm
?????p
fast-speed
AA
BB

ee

low-pressure high-pressure
DD
GG
clamping force
EE
HH
TTT ton
vvv.v
CCC.C
FFFFFp
IIIIIp
ff
gg

hhh.h

iii.i
decel-speed fast-speed
slow-speed
PP
MM
JJ
velocity %
QQ
NN
KK
pressure %
RRR.R
OOO.O
LLLLLp
position mm
UU
TT
SS
coun-bal pre.%

Super fast mold-closing :


Special mold function :
Start-position
Mold-closing
WWWW.W
Mold-opening
aaaa.a

backup function :
distance
ZZZ.Z
ddd.d

velocity
XX
bb

pressure
YY
cc

Hi-pre. Eject. Co-pull unscr. Air-bl Module. Lubri.


Spl.nuts
mold

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F7

F6

F9

F8

F10

2.5.3.1. Sequence Diagram of Mold-Closing for Carriage Cylinder


Fast-speed distance

fast-speed mold-closing

low-pressure

acknowledement

Mold-closing mold-closing

Split nuts
of details,
please

ZZZ.

Special mold distance

reter to

Velocity parameter
Pressure parameter

AA

XX

AA

DD

GG

BB

YY

BB

EE

HH

ee

ee

ee

ff

gg

chart (04)

Counter-balance pressure parameter


Special mold start-position
End-position setup
Mold-closing external sigual

WWWW.W
CCC.C
Sequence Diagram of Mold

FFFFF

IIIII
IN11

Closing for Carriage Cylinder

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2.5.3.2

Move cursor to the desired parameter. Key in desired digits and press

to

complete a correction
Code descriptions of Menu (03) for carriage cylinder are as follows:
A) AA : Speed setup of carriage cylinder for mold-closing.
B) BB : Pressure setup of carriage cylinder for clamping.
C) ee : Back pressure setup of carriage cylinder for clamping. (optional function)
D) CCC.C : End-position setup of carriage cylinder for clamping.
E) DD : Speed setup of carriage cylinder for low pressure clamping.
F) EE : Pressure setup of carriage cylinder for low pressure clamping.
G) ff : Back pressure setup of carriage cylinder for low pressure clamping. (optional
function)
H) FFFFF : End-position setup of carriage cylinder for low pressure clamping, its
also the beginning position for high pressure clamping.
I) vvv.v : Motion inspection time setup of carriage cylinder for low pressure
clamping.
J) GG : Hydraulic velocity setup of carriage cylinder for mold closing confirmation.
K) HH : Hydraulic pressure setup of carriage cylinder for mold closing confirmation.
L) gg : Back pressure setup of carriage cylinder for mold closing confirmation.
(optional function)
M) IIIII : Lower stroke-limit position setup of carriage cylinder for mold closing,
the position setup is within 20p, dont change it arbitrarily.
N) iii.i : Motion time of clamping.
O) The position setup condition of carriage cylinder for clamping stroke change is:
RRR.Rmm WWWW.Wmm CCCC.Cmm FFFFFp IIIIIp.
2.5.3.3. Motion Descriptions of Clamping:

There are three steps of clamping for carriage cylinder:


A) Move the mold speedily by carriage cylinder.
B) Move the mold in low pressure and low speed stroke to protect the mold. The
setting of DD and EE has to be less than 40%, and the less the better. At
this step, use vvv.v time to check the motion. If anything is wrong, 072 mold
cleaning alarm will appear.
C) Confirm the mold closing of carriage cylinder. The machine belongs to direct
hydraulic clamping structure. Before high pressure clamping, make sure there
is a mold on it and the mold is close. When the mold is closed, the pressure
of carriage cylinder will go up. When the pressure reaches the setting of (Input
11), the mold closing is confirmed and the carriage cylinder finishes its stroke.

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2.5.3.4. Sequence Diagram of Fast Cylinder Mold-Opening


Fast operational distance

decelerated

fast mold-opening

slow mold-opening

Mold-opening

Split nuts
of details,

ddd.d

please

Special mold distance

refer to
chart (04)

End-position mold-opening
Velocity parameter
Pressure parameter
Counter-balance pressure parameter
Special mold start-position
End-position setup
RRR.R

PP

MM

bb

MM

JJ

QQ

NN

cc

NN

KK

UU

TT

TT

TT

SS

aaaa.a
LLLLL

OOO.O

The sequence diagram of fast-speed mold-opening.

2.5.3.5. Move cursor to the desired parameter for mold-opening, Key in desired digits
through digit keys and press

to complete a correction

Code description for Menu (03) the fast cylinder mold-opening are as follows:
A) JJ :Fast cylinder slow mold-opening speed setup.
B) KK : Fast cylinder slow mold-opening pressure setup.
C) SS : Fast cylinder slow mold-opening counter-balance pressure setup.
D) LLLLL : Fast cylinder slow mold-opening end-position setup.
E) MM : Fast cylinder fast mold-opening speed setup.
F) NN : Fast cylinder fast mold-opening pressure setup.
G) TT : Fast cylinder fast mold-opening counter-balance pressure setup.
H) OOO.O : Fast cylinder fast mold-opening end-position setup.
I) PP : Fast cylinder decelerated mold-opening speed setup.
J) QQ : Fast cylinder decelerated mold-opening pressure setup.
K) UU : Fast cylinder decelerated mold-opening counter-balance pressure
setup.
L) RRR.R : fast cylinder decelerated mold-opening end-position setup.
M) hhh.h : fast cylinder mold-opening time setup.
N) The descending order of the requirement for high-speed cylinder mold-opening
switch position setup is : RRR.Rmm OOO.Omm aaaa.amm LLLLLp IIIIIp.
2.5.3.6. Mode-Opening Operational Descriptions:

There are three phases for fast-speed cylinder mold-opening:


nd
A) Fast-speed cylinder fast mold-opening as the 2 step to quickly opens the molds.
The parameter KK for pressure is to be set above 70%.
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nd

B) Fast-speed cylinder mold-opening as the 2

step to quickly open the molds.

Either the standard mold-opening method or the hydraulic pressure loop


differentiated method can be applied in this step. If you choose the hydraulic
pressure loop differentiated method, please move to Function selection for

super fast mold-opening will speed up. However, parameter MM has to be set
above 70% to execute this function.
rd

C) Fast-speed cylinder decelerated mold-opening as the 3

step.

2.5.3.8 Special Function Setup

The setup for function selection: move the cursor to and , press either
or

for open or close

Code descriptions for function selection are as follows:


D) :Function selection for fast-speed cylinder fast mold-opening.
E) :Spare function selection.
F) :Function selection for mold opening and closing of fast-speed cylinder
special mold. Code descriptions for parameters of the special mold are as follows:
F.a) WWWW.W :Mold-closing start-position setup for fast-speed cylinder special
mold.
F.b) ZZZ.Z :The moving distance setup for mold closing of fast-speed cylinder
special mold.
F.c) XX :Mold-closing speed setup for fast-speed cylinder special mold.
F.d) YY :Mold-closing pressure setup for fast-speed cylinder special mold.
F.e) aaaa.a :Mold-opening start-position setup for fast-speed cylinder special
mold.
F.f) ddd.d :The moving distance setup for mold opening of fast-speed cylinder
special mold.
F.g) bb :Mold-opening speed setup for fast-speed cylinder special mold.
F.h) cc :Mold-opening pressure setup for fast-speed cylinder special mold.

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2.5.4.

Mold Closing and Opening Setup for Combined High-Pressure Cylinder,


Chart 03
Fast-tank mold closing and opening setup

velocity %
pressure %
time (sec)
position mm
coun-bal pre.%

????.?mm

Fast-speed low-pressure high-pressure


AA
DD
GG
clamping force
BB
EE
HH
TTT ton
vvv.v
CCC.C
FFFFFp
IIIIIp
ee
ff
gg

hhh.h

iii.i
decel.speed fast speed
slow speed
PP
MM
JJ
velocity %
QQ
NN
KK
pressure %
RRR.R
OOO.O
LLLLLp
position mm
UU
TT
SS
coun-bal pre.%

Super mold-closing :
Special mold function :
Start-position
Mold-closing
WWWW.W
Mold-opening
aaaa.a

backup function :
distance
ZZZ.Z
ddd.d

velocity
XX
bb

pressure
YY
cc

Hi-pre. Eject. Co-pull unscr. Air-bl modul. Lubri.


Spl.unts

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

2.5.4.1. Fast Mold-Closing Setup


Move cursor to the desired parameter for mold closing. Key in desired digits through
digit keys and press

to complete a correction

Code descriptions for Menu (03) the mold-closing are as follows:


A) AA : Fast-closing speed setup.
B) BB : Fast-closing pressure setup.
C) ee : Fast-closing counter-balance pressure setup.
D) CCC.C : Fast-closing end-position setup.
E) DD : Low-pressure mold-closing speed setup.
F) EE : Low-pressure mold-closing pressure setup.
G) ff : Low-pressure mold-closing counter-balance pressure setup.
H) FFFFF : Low-pressure mold-closing end-position setup.
I) vvv.v : Low-pressure mold-closing time setup.
J) GG : Mold-closing speed confirmed setup.
K) HH : Mold-closing pressure confirmed setup.
L) gg : Mold-closing counter-balance pressure confirmed setup.
M) IIIII : Mold-closing minimum end-position setup.
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N) iii.i : Mold-closing time display.


O) The descending order of the requirement for mold-closing switch position setup
is : RRR.Rmm WWWW.Wmm CCCC.Cmm FFFFFp IIIIIp.
2.5.4.2. Operational Description for Fast Mold-Closing:

There are three phases for fast mold-closing:


A) Fast mold-closing as the first step to move molds speedily.
nd

B) Low-pressure mold-closing as the 2 step to slowly move and provide protection


for molds. Sine molds are moved and closed at low-pressure and speed the parameter
setting for DD and EE has to be less than 40%, and the less the better.
As this step, VVV.V is used to make sure nothing goes wrong. Should any
situation occur, 072, indicating unclean mold, will appear on the screen and
alarm rings.
rd

C) Mold-closing confirmation as the 3 step: as the machinery is oil pressure


directly driven, prior to the stroke of high-pressure mold-closing a
confirmation of molds being installed and matched as to be made. The pressure
will rise after cylinder close the molds. The molds are fully matched and closed
is then confirmed as the pressure rises to the level set by the pressure switch
(Input 11). At this moment, fast cylinder has completed the procedure of mold
closing.
2.5.4.3. Sequence Diagram of Fast-Speed Mold-Closing
Fast-speed distance

fast mold-closing

low-pressure

confirmation

Mold-closing

Details %
sequence ,

ZZZ.

Special mold-closing distance

please
refer to

Velocity parameter
Pressure parameter
Counter-balance parameter
Special start-position

AA

XX

AA

DD

GG

BB

YY

BB

EE

HH

ee

ee

ee

ff

gg

chart (04)

WWWW.W

End-position setup
Fast-tank external signal

CCC.C
Sequence diagram of

FFFFF

IIIII
IN11

fast-speed tank-type

2.5.4.4. Fast Mold-Opening Setup


Move the cursor to the desired parameter for mold-opening. Key in your desired
digits and press

to complete the correction.

Code descriptions for Menu (03) fast-speed mold-opening are as follows:


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A) JJ :Slow mold-opening speed setup.


B) KK : Slow mold-opening pressure setup.
C) SS : Slow mold-opening counter-balance pressure setup.
D) LLLLL : Slow mold-opening end-position setup.
E) MM : Fast mold-opening speed setup.
F) NN : Fast mold-opening pressure setup.
G) TT : Fast mold-opening counter-balance pressure setup.
H) OOO.O : Fast mold-opening end-position setup.
I) PP : Decelerated mold-opening speed setup.
J) QQ : Decelerated mold-opening pressure setup.
K) UU :Decelerated mold-opening counter-balance pressure setup.
L) RRR.R :Decelerated mold-opening end-position setup.
M) hhh.h : Mold-opening time setup.
N) The descending order of the requirement for mold-opening switch position, setup
is : RRR.Rmm OOO.Omm aaaa.amm LLLLLp IIIIIp.
2.5.4.5. Operational Description of Fast-Speed Mold Opening:

There are three phases for fast-speed mold-opening:


A) Fast-speed slow mold-opening as the first step to set up the force needed for
opening the molds. The parameter KK for pressure is to be set above 70%.
nd

B) Fast-speed fast mold-opening 2 step to quickly open the molds.


Either the standard mold-opening method or the hydraulic pressure loop
differentiated method, can be applied in this step. If you choose the hydraulic
pressure loop differentiated method, please move to Function Selection for

super fast mold-opening so that mold-opening will speed up. However MM has
to be above 70% to execute first function.
C) Fast-speed decelerated mold-opening as the 3

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2.5.4.6. Sequence Diagram of Fast-Speed Mold-Opening


Fast-tank distance

decelerated

fast mold-opening

slow mold-opening

Mold-opening

Details of
sequence,

ddd.d

please

Special distance

refer
chart (04)

End-position
Velocity setup
Pressure setup
Counter-balance pressure setup
Special start-position
End-position setup

PP

MM

bb

MM

JJ

QQ

NN

cc

NN

KK

UU

TT

TT

TT

SS

aaaa.a
RRR.R

OOO.O

LLLLL

Sequence diagram of fast-speed

2.5.4.7. Special Function Setup

The setup for function selection : Move the cursor to and , press either
or

for open or close .

Code descriptions for function selection are as follows:


A) :Function selection for fast-speed mold-opening.
B) :Spare function selection.
C) :Function selection for mold-opening for fast-speed special mold.
Code descriptions for parameters of the special mold are as follows:
C.a) WWWW.W :Mold-closing start-position setup for fast-speed special mold.
C.b) ZZZ.Z :The moving distance setup for mold-closing of fast-speed special mold.
C.c) XX :Mold-closing speed setup for fast-speed special mold.
C.d) YY :Mold-closing pressure setup for fast-speed special mold.
C.e) aaaa.a :Mold-closing start-position setup for fast-speed special mold.
C.f) ddd.d : The moving distance setup for mold-opening of fast-speed special mold.
C.g) bb :Mold-opening speed setup for fast-speed special mold.
C.h) cc :Mold-opening pressure setup for fast-speed special mold.

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2.6. Setup For High Pressure Cylinder and Split Nuts


2.6.1.

High-Pressure Cylinder Setup


Chart 04
High-pressure cylinder split nuts setup

velocity %
pressure %
mold-opening
GG
HH

Cylind.slow-speedcylind.mold-clos
AA
CC
BB
DD

decel.-pressure
EE
velocity %
FF
pressure %

Split nut close


II
JJ

velocity %
pressure %

split nut open


KK
LL

spring-mold function :
clamping fore setup : MMMTon
spare pressure setup : OOObar

mo-clos
Mo-open

F1

spare pressure setup : NNNbar


spare pressure setup : PPPbar

eject. Co-pull unscr. Air-bl modul. Lubri.

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

2.6.1.1. Move the cursor to the desired parameter for high-pressure cylinder. Key in your
desired digits and press

to complete a correction

Code descriptions for Menu (04) are as follows:


A) AA : Not used.
B) BB : Not used.
C) CC : Not used.
D) DD : Not used.
E) MMM : Not used.
F) NNN : Not used.
G) II : Not used.
H) JJ : Not used.
I) EE : Not used.
J) FF : Not used.
K) GG : Not used.
L) HH : Not used.
M) OOO : Not used.
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N) PPP : Not used.


O) KK : Not used.
P) LL : Not used.
Q) : Not used.
R) MMM : High-pressure cylinder clomping fore setup.
S) NNN : Spare pressure setup.
T) OOO : Mold-closing pressure setup.
U) PPP : Spare pressure setup.
2.6.1.2. Using Second-Mold Pressure Function:
A) Setup spare high pressure OOO in Menu (04). This is the first clamping force
setup for closing mold.
B) Setup clamping force TTT in Menu (03) (or direct hydraulic clamping force setup
MMM in Menu (04).). This is the second clamping force setup for closing mold.
C) In Menu (03) spare function: k, select open. There are two mold pressure
functions in auto mode.
2.6.1.3. Motion Descriptions:
A) In auto mode, close mold to high pressure closing mold distance. When pressure
sensor shows oil pressure setting OOObar, the first closing mold is finished.
B) Inject until injection distance is finished, and then change the plasticizing
delay timing.
C) When the plasticizing delay timing is finished, change to the second high pressure
closing mold distance. When pressure sensor shows oil pressure setting TTT
of clamping force setup in Menu (04), the second mold pressure function is
finished.
D) Barrel plasticizing distance, go back to standard motion.
Moldclosing

1st
clamping
force

Injection
Fill
Hold

Carriage
forward

Plasticizing
delay

Chart (04) OOO setup

2nd
clamping
force

Chart (03) TTT setup.

Second-mold
Pressure procedure

Ejector

Ejector-

Mold-

carriage

backward

forward

closing

backward

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2.6.2.

High-Pressure Cylinder and Split Nuts Setup for Two-platen Machine.


Chart 04
High-pressure Cylinder and split nuts setup

velocity %
pressure %
mold-opening
GG
HH

Slow-speed
AA
BB

mold-closing
CC
DD

decele.pressure
EE
velocity %
FF
pressure %

velocity %
pressure %

Split nuts closing split nuts opening


II
KK
JJ
LL

spring-mold function :
spare mold-closing pressure setup : MMMTon
spare pressure setup : OOObar

mo-clos
Mo-open

F1

spare pressure setup : NNNbar


spare pressure setup : PPPbar

eject. Co-pull unscr air-bl modul. Lubri.

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

2.6.2.1. Sequence Diagram of High Pressure Cylinder Clamping and Split Nuts Closing.
Mold-closing distance
Split nuts
High-pressure cylinder
Velocity setup
Pressure setup

split nuts closing

low-speed
Mold- closing

high-pressure
mold-closing

Fast
moldclosing
please
refer to

II
JJ

AA
BB

CC
DD

chart(03)

End-position setup

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2.6.2.2. Move the cursor to the desired parameter for split nuts. Key in desired digits
and press

to complete the correction.

Code descriptions for Menu (04) are as follows:


A) AA: High-pressure cylinder slow mold-closing velocity setup.
B) BB: High-pressure slow mold-closing pressure setup.
C) CC: High-pressure slow mold-closing velocity setup.
D) DD: High-pressure slow mold-closing pressure setup.
E) MMM: Spare clamping force setup.
F) NNN: Spare hydraulic pressure setup.
G) II: Hydraulic split nuts velocity setup.
H) JJ: Hydraulic split nuts pressure setup.
2.6.2.3. Sequence diagram of high-pressure cylinder mold-opening and split nuts opening.
Mold-opening distance

split nuts opening

mold-opening

decelerated
pressure

High-pressure cylinder
Split nuts
Velocity setup
Pressure setup

KK
LL

GG

EE

HH

FF

End-position setup

2.6.2.4. Move the cursor to the desired parameter for split nuts. Key in desired digits
and press

to complete the correction.

Code descriptions for Menu (04) are as follows:


A) EE: High-pressure cylinder mold-opening decelerated-pressure velocity setup.
B) FF: High-pressure cylinder mold-opening decelerated-pressure pressure setup.
C) GG: High-pressure cylinder mold-opening velocity setup.
D) HH: High-pressure cylinder mold-opening pressure setup.
E) OOO: Spare hydraulic pressure setup.
F) PPP: Spare hydraulic pressure setup.
G) KK: Hydraulic split nuts start-velocity setup.
H) LL: Hydraulic split nuts start pressure setup.
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I ) :function selection setup for the spring mold. Press

to open and

to

close.
2.6.3.

High Pressure Cylinder and Rotation Nuts Setup for Hybrid Type Machine.

Chart 04
High-pressure tank split nuts setup

velocity %
pressure %
mold-opening
GG
HH

Slow-speed
AA
BB

split nuts open


CC
DD

decel.-pressure
EE
velocity %
FF
pressure %

velocity %
pressure %

split nuts closing split nuts opening


II
KK
JJ
LL

spring mold function :


spare mold pressure setup : MMMTon
spare pressure setup : OOObar

Mo-clos
Mo-open

F1

spare pressure setup : NNNbar


spare pressure setup : PPPbar

eject. Co-pull unscr. Air-bl modul. Lubri.

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

2.6.3.1. Sequence Diagram of High-Pressure Cylinder Mold-Closing and Rotation Nuts.


Mold- closing distance
Rotation nuts
High-pressure cylinder
Velocity setup
Pressure setup

rotation nuts close

low-speed

high-pressure

Mold-closing

mold-closing

Fast
moldclosing
please
refer to

II

AA

CC

JJ

BB

DD

chart(03)

End-position setup

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2.6.3.2. Move the cursor to the desired parameter for high-pressure cylinder. Key in your
desired digits and press

to complete the correction.

Code descriptions for Menu (04) are as follows:


A) AA: High-pressure cylinder low-speed mold-closing velocity setup.
B) BB: High-pressure cylinder low-speed clamping pressure setup.
C) CC: High-pressure cylinder mold-closing velocity setup.
D) DD: High-pressure cylinder mold-closing pressure setup.
E) MMM: Spare clamping fore setup.
F) NNN: Spare hydraulic pressure setup.
G) II: Rotation nuts close-velocity setup.
H) JJ: Rotation nuts close-pressure setup.
2.6.3.3. Sequence Diagram of High-Pressure Cylinder Mold-Opening and Rotation Nuts
Opening.
Mold-opening distance

rotation nuts open

mold-opening

decelerated
-pressure

high-pressure cylinder
rotation nuts
velocity setup
pressure setup

KK
LL

GG
HH

EE
FF

end-position setup

2.6.3.4. Move the cursor to the desired parameter for high-pressure cylinder. Key in your
desired digits and press

to complete the correction.

Code descriptions for Menu (04) are as follows:


A) EE: High-pressure cylinder decelerated-pressure velocity setup.
B) FF: High-pressure cylinder decelerated-pressure pressure setup.
C) GG: High-pressure cylinder mold-opening velocity setup.
D) HH: High-pressure cylinder mold-opening pressure setup.
E) OOO: Spare hydraulic pressure setup.
F) PPP: Spare hydraulic pressure setup.
G) KK: Rotation nuts open-velocity setup.
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H) LL: Rotation nuts open-pressure setup.


for opening and

I) :Function selection setup for the spring mold. Press


for closing.

2.7. Ejector Setup


Chart 05
Ejector setup

????.?mm

velocity %
pressure %
position mm

Forward1
forward2
AA
DD
BB
EE
CCC.C
FFF.F
backward2 backward1
JJ
GG
KK
HH
LLL.L
III.I

velocity %
pressure %
position mm

Ejector function selection: MMMMMMMMMMM

Ejector number : NNNNN times


vibrated ejector : PPPPP times
delay time : OOOO.Osec.

Eject-out function selection :

mold-opening position

: QQQQ.Qmm

Ejector-forward spare position setup : RRR.Rmm


Ejector-backward spare position setup : SSS.Smm

Mo-clos hi-pre.
Mo-openspl.nuts

F1

2.7.1.

F2

Co-pull unscr. Air-bl modul. Lubri.

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to desired parameter for mold-closing. Key in your desired digits and
press

to complete a correction.

Code descriptions for Menu (05) are as follows:


A) AA: Speed setup for ejector forward 1.
B) BB: Pressure setup for ejector forward 1.
C) CCC.C: End-position setup for ejector forward 1.
D) DD: Speed setup for ejector forward 2.
E) EE: Pressure setup for ejector forward 2.
F) FFF.F: End-position setup for ejector forward 2.
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G) GG: Speed setup for ejector backward 1.


H) HH: Pressure setup for ejector backward 1.
I) III.I: End-position setup for ejector backward 1.
J) JJ: Speed setup for ejector backward 2.
K) KK: Pressure setup for ejector backward 2.
L) LLL.L: End-position setup for ejector backward 2.
M) NNNNN: Setup of ejectors movement counts under auto operation model.1 will
automatically be added to the counter when ejector forward is completed.
N) PPPPP: Setup of spare ejectors movement counts under auto operation model.1
Will automatically by added to the counter when ejector forward is completed.
O) OOOO.O :Position setup for mold-opening when ejector forward while opening moldFunction selection applied.
P) :Ejector forward while opening mold function selection, pressing either
or

for open or close, and pushing

Q) QQQQ.Q: Position setup for mold-opening when

to complete a correction.
ejector forward while opening mold

function selection is applied.


R) MMMMMMMMMMM: Function selection for ejector movements. Press
Choose one of the four models, and then press

or

to

. Code descriptions for function

selection are listed below:


R.a) Ejector not in operation :It means that ejector function selection is not in
use.
R.b) Ejector holding: Under auto operation model, ejector will not go backward until
at stays for as long as the set holding time OOOO.O prescribes after its forward
movement.
R.c) Ejector movement counts: Ejectors repetitively go forward and backward as per
the set value of NNNNN movement counts under auto operation model.
R.d) Spare ejector movement: Under auto operation model, ejectors will go
forward and then backward. When ejectors move backward to then end position of
ejector backward 1, they will then move forward. The same movement will be
repeated until the spare ejector movement counts are finished, and then ejectors
will move backward to then end position.

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2.7.2.

Sequence Diagram of Ejector Forward

Ejector forward distance

End of ejector forward


Velocity setup
Pressure setup

AA
BB

DD
EE

End-position setup

2.7.3.

CCC.C

FFF.F

Sequence Diagram of Ejector Backward

Ejector backward distance

End of ejector backward


Velocity setup

JJ

GG

Pressure setup

KK

HH

End-position setup

LLL.L

III.I

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2.7.4.

Sequence Diagram of Auto Motion

Ejector
forward

AABB

AABB

DDEE

DDEE

Ejector

JJKK

GGHH

Ejector halt time (0000.0)

backward
Ejector umber
CNT0=1

Ejector forward

AABB

DDEE

Ejector

JJKK

backward

JJKK

GGHH

GGHH

Ejector umb
er CNT0=2

Optic meter (enc3


) Position setup

LLL.L

III.I

FFF.F

Ejector operational cycle

LLL.L

III.I

FFF.F

Stop-operation in ejector forward

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2.8. Core Pull Setup


Chart 06
Core pull setup

Core-in 1
velocity %
EE
pressure %
FF
oper.selec. AAAAAAAAAA
posit.setup
BBBB.B
time (sec)
GGG.G
feed.selec.
HHHHHH

core-out 1
II
JJ
CCCCCCCCCCC
DDDD.D
KKK.K
LLLLLL

core-in 2
velocity %
QQ
pressure %
RR
oper.selec. MMMMMMMMMM
posit.setup
NNNN.N
time (sec)
SSS.S
feed.selec
TTTTTT

core-out 2
UU
VV
OOOOOOOOOO
PPPP.P
WWW.W
XXXXXX

Mo-clos hi-pre.eject.
Mo-openspl.nuts

F1

2.8.1.

F2

F3

unscr. Air-bl. Modul. Lubri.

F4

F5

F6

F7

F9

F8

F10

Core Pull 1 Setup

Move cursor to desired parameter of core-pull 1. Key in desired digits and press

to

complete the correction.


Code descriptions of Menu (06) are listed below:
A) EE: Speed setup for core-in 1.
B) FF: Pressure setup for core-in 1.
C) AAAAAAAAAA: Mode options for core-in 1. Press
of four modes listed below and then press

or

for selecting and

to complete the correction.

Code descriptions for function selection are shown below:


C.a) Core-in 1 off.
C.b) Before mold-closing: Core-in 1 before molds close.
C.c) During mold-closing: Core-in 1 during mold closing at the set position of
BBBB.B.
C.d) After mold-closing: Core-in 1 after molds close.
D) BBBB.B: Core-in 1 is executed when mold-closing moves to this position.
E) GGG.G: Time setup for core-in 1.
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F) HHHHHH: Feedback options of core-in 1. Press

or

for selecting one

to complete the selection.

of two modes listed below and then press


Code descriptions are as follows:

F.a) Select timer to confirm the completion of core-in 1.

Time is set at GGG.G, and the program timer code is Tim 12.
F.b) Select Limit switch as a confirmation of the completion by connecting limit
switch to Input 8, and the set time of GGG.G acts as core-in 1 timer
F.c)

Control.

G) II: Setting up core-out 1 for action speed.


H) JJ: Setting up core-out 1 for action pressure.
or

I) CCCCCCCCC: Core-out 1 action selection. Press


of four modes listed below and press

for selecting one

to complete the selection.

Code descriptions:
I.a) Core-out 1 off.
I.b) Before mold-opening: Core-out 1 after molds open.
I.c) During mold-opening: Core-out 1 during mold opening at the set position of
DDDD.D.
I.d) After mold-opening: Core-out 1 after molds open.
J) DDDD.D: Core-out 1 is executed when mold-opening moves to this position.
K) KKK.K: Time setup for core-out 1.
L) LLLLLL: Feedback options of core-out 1. Press
listed below and push

or

for one of two modes

to complete the selection.

Code descriptions for function selection are as follows:


L.a) Select Timer to confirm the completion of core-out 1. Time is set at KKK.K,
and the program timer code is Tim 13.
L.b) Select Limit switch as a confirmation of the completion by connecting limit
switch to Input 9. The set time of KKK.K acts as timer control.
2.8.2.

Core-pull 2 setup

Move cursor to the parameter of core-pull. Key in desired digits and press

to complete

the correction.
Code descriptions for Menu (06) are as follows:
A) QQ: Speed setup for core-in 2.
B) RR: Pressure setup for core-in 2.
C) MMMMMMMMMM: Mode options for core-in 2. Press either
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one of four modes listed below and push

to complete the selection.

Code descriptions:
C.a) Core-pull off: Core-in 2 off.
C.b) Before mold-closing: Core-in 2 before molds close.
C.c) During mold-closing: Core-in 2 is executed during mold closing at NNNN.N
C.d)

position.

C.e) After mold-closing: Core-in 2 is executed after mold-closing.


D) NNNN.N: Core-in 2 is executed while the position is reached in mold-closing.
E) SSS.S: Time setup of core-in 2.
or

F) TTTTTT: Position selection for core-in 2 is used to

for one of

to complete the selection.

two modes listed below and press


Code selections are as follows:
F.a) Select timer to confirm the distance.

F.b) Select Limit switch as a confirmation of core-in 2 by connecting to Input 6


while the checking time SSS.S reached.
G) UU: Velocity setup for core-in 2.
H) VV: Pressure setup for core-in 2.
I) OOOOOOOOOO :operation selection of core-out 2. Press

or

for one of

to complete the selection.

four modes listed below and push

Code descriptions for function selection are as follows:


I.a) Not used: Dont apply the function of core-out 2.
I.b) Before mold-opening: Core-out 2 before molds open.
I.c) During mold-opening: Core-out 2 during mold opening at the set position
PPPP.P.
I.d) After mold-opening: Core-out 2 after molds open.
J) PPPP.P: Core-out 2 is executed when mold-opening moves to this position.
K) WWW.W: Time setup for core-out 2.
L) XXXXXX : Feedback options of core-out 2. Press
listed below and push

or

for one of two modes

to complete the selection.

Code descriptions for function selection are as follows:


L.a) Select Timer to confirm the completion of core-out 2. Time is set at WWW.W,
and the program timer code is Tim 15.
L.b) Select Limit switch as a confirmation of the completion by connecting limit
switch to Input 7. The set time of WWW.W acts as timer control.
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2.9. Mold Screw Setup


Chart 07
Unscrew setup
Fast-turns + slow turns = Total Turns
EEEE
FFFF
Out-slow
out-fast
RR
OO
SS
PP
CCCCCCCCCCCCCC
DDDD.D
TTT.T
QQQ.Q
UUUUUU

speed %
pressure %
mode
position
time sec
Feedback

Core 3 out
XX
YY
VVVVVVVVVVVV
ZZZ.Z
aaaa
bbbbbb

speed %
pressure %
mode
time sec
count
feedback

mo-clos hi-pre.eject. co-pull


Mo-openspl.nuts

F1

2.9.1.

F2

F3

F4

In-slow
In-fast
HH
KK
II
LL
AAAAAAAAAAAAAA
BBBB.B
JJJ.J
MMM.M
NNNNNN

air-bl modul.

F5

F6

GGGGG

F7

Lubri.

F8

F9

F10

Mold Screw Forward Setup

Move cursor to set parameter of Mold Screw in. Key in desired digits and press

to

complete the correction. Code description (07) are listed below:


A) HH: Speed setup for Mold Screw in/fast.
B) II : Pressure setup for Mold Screw in/fast.
C) KK : Speed setup for Mold Screw in/slow.
D) LL : Pressure setup for Mold Screw in/slow
E) AAAAAAAAAA :Mode options for Mold Screw in. Press
of four modes shown below and press

or

to select one

to complete a correction. Code

descriptions for function selection are as follows:


F) 1.Mold Screw In Off.
G) 2.Before Mold-Closing: Mold Screw in before molds close.
H) 3.During Mold-Closing: Mold Screw in during mold closing at BBBB.B wet position.
I) 4.After Mold-Closing: Mold Screw in after modes close.
J) BBBB.B :Unscrew-in when molds close at this position.
K) JJJ.J : Time setup for Mold Screw in/fast. Program timer code Tim 16
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L) MMM.M : Time setup for Mold Screw out/slow, program timer code Tim 17
M) NNNNNN : Feedback options for Mold Screw-out. Press either

or

to

to complete the selection. Code

make a pick among three molds, and push

descriptions for function selection as follows:


M.a) Select Timer to confirm the completion of Mold Screw out. Time for unscrewout/fast is set at JJJ.J, then Mold Screw out/slow is set at MMM.M.
M.b) Select limit switch as spare function selection.
M.c) Select counter as a confirmation by Mold Screw turns. GGGGG Total turns for
mold screw in and out. EEEEE Mold Screw fast-turn counts, internal program
code Cnt 5. FFFFF Mold Screw slow-turn counts, internal program code Cnt 6.
Counting signal is keyed in to Input 30
2.9.2.

Mold Screw Out Setup

Move cursor to set parameter of Mold Screw out 3. Key in desired digits and press

to

complete a correction. Code descriptions of Menu (07) as follows:


A) OO :Speed setup for Mold Screw out/fast.
B) PP : Pressure setup for Mold Screw out/fast.
C) RR : Speed setup for Mold Screw out/slow.
D) SS : Pressure setup for Mold Screw out/slow.
E) CCCCCCCCCC :Mode options for Mold Screw out. Press either
of four modes listed below, and push

or

for one

to complete the selection. Code

descriptions for function selection are as follows:


E.a) Mold Screw-out Off.
E.b) Before mold-closing: Mold Screw out before closing molds.
E.c) During mold-closing: Mold Screw out during mold closing at DDDD.D set
position.
E.d) After mold-closing: Mold Screw out after mold close.
F) DDDD.D : Mold Screw out when molds close at this position.
G) QQQ.Q : Time setup for Mold Screw out/fast, program timer code Tim 18.
H) TTT.T : Time setup for Mold Screw out/slow, program timer code Tim 19.
I) UUUUUU :Feedback options for Mold Screw out. Press either
a pick among three molds, and push

or

to make

to complete the selection. Code

descriptions for function selection are as below:


I.a) Select Timer to confirm the completion of Mold Screw out. Time for Mold Screw
out/fast is set at QQQ.Q, and then Mold Screw out/slow is set at TTT.T.

I .b) Select Limit Switch as spare function selection.


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1.c) Select counter setting, use mold screw turning number as a confirmation
of motion. GGGGG is the number of mold screw turning back and forth.
EEEEE is the counter number setting of mold screw fast turning, internal
programs code is Cnt 5. FFFFF is the counter number setting of mold screw
slow turning, internal program code is Cnt 6. Mold screw counter signal is
transferred to Input 30 of computer.
2.9.3

Mold Screw Setup


Move cursor to set parameter of Mold Screw out 3. Key in desired digits and press
to complete a correction.

Code descriptions of Menu (07) are shown below:

A) XX: speed setup for Mold Screw out 3.


B) YY: pressure setup for Mold Sscrew out 3.
C) VVVVVVVVVV: mode options for Mold Screw out 3. Press either

or

to

to complete the

make a pick between 2 modes listed below and push


selection.
Code descriptions for function selection as follows:
C.a) Mold Screw out 3 not used.

C.b) During mold-close: Mold Screw out 3 during mold opening at DDD.D position.
D) ZZZ.Z: Time setup for Mold Screw out 3, the program timer code Tim 20.
E) bbbbbb: Feedback options for Mold Screw out 3. Press either
make a selection among three modes, and push

or

to

to complete it. Code

descriptions for function selection as follows:


E.a) Select timer to confirm the completion.
E.b) Select limitswitch as spare function selection.
E.c) Select counter as a confirmation by Mold Screw turns.
aaaaa is the count step for Mold Screw out 3. and the internal program code
Cnt 7. Counting signal is keyed in to Input 30.

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2.9.4

Sequence Diagram of Mold Screw


Status

Screw-in

Screw-out

Directional
Valve (in)
Param eter

Switching
Setup

HH% II%

KK% LL%

Fast-counts
(EEEE)

Slowcounts
(FFFF)

Total-counts(G G G G )

Directional
Valve (out)

Param eter

Switching
Setup

O O % PP%

RR% SS%

Slow-counts
(FFFF)

Fastcounts
(EEEE)

Total-out (G G G G )

M old Screw Counting Flow Chart

Status

Screw-in

Screw-out

Directional
Value (in)

Param eter

HH% II%

KK% LL%

Switching setup

Fast-tim es
(JJJ.J)

Slow-tim es
(M M M .M )

Directional
Valve(out)
Param eter
Switching
setup

O O % PP%

R R% SS%

Slow-tim es
(TTT.T)

Fast-tim es
(Q Q Q .Q )

M old screw Tim es Flow Chart

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2.10 Air Blow Setup

Menu 8
AIRBLOW SETTING

????.?mm

AIRBLOW DURING OPENING MODE

AIRBLOW AT MOLD OPENED MODE

F1

2.10.1

F2

F3

F4

:
AIRBLOW AT OPENING POSITION :
AIRBLOW TIME SETTING
:
:
PAUSE TIME AFTER MOLD OPENED :
AIRBLOW TIME SETTING
:

F5

F6

F7

F8

TTT.Tmm
UUU.USEC

VVV.VSEC
WWW.WSEC

F9

F10

Move cursors to set parameter for air-blow. Key in desired digits and press

to

complete a correction. Code descriptions for air-blow Menu (08) are shown below:
A) :Function selection for air-blow during mold opening. Press

to open and

to close.
B) TTT.T: Position setup. Air-blow during mold-open will start functioning at this
position.
C) UUU.U: Time setup for air-blow during mold-open. Code is Tim 25
D) :Function selection for air-blow after mold-opening. Press
and

to open

to close.

E) VVV.V: Intermission setup for air-blow after moldopen. Code is Tim 26.
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F) WWW.W: Time setup for air-blow after mold opening.

2.10.2

Code is Tim27

Sequence diagram of air-blow

Mold-opening movement stroke


Mold-opening syn. air-blow
UUU.U

End-position of
mold-closing
Air-blow after
Mold-opening
WWW.W VVV.V

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2.11 Mold Thickness and Clamping Force Setup


2.11.1 Mold Thickness and Clamping Force Setup for Toggle Clamping

Menu 09
MOLD THICKNESS ADJUSTMENT SETTING
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
BBBBBBBB

CCCCCCCC

EXIST MOLD HEIGHT


INPUT MOLD THICKNESS
AUTO. MOLD THICKNESS ADJUSTMENT

: PPPP.Pmm
: DDDD.Dmm
:

CLAMPING FORCE SETTING EEEEE TONS LOW-PR. CLAMPING POS. AT KKKKKp


AUTO. CLAMPING FORCE SETTING
:

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

2.11.1.1 Move cursor to set parameter for mold adjustment. Key in desired digits and press
to complete a correction. Code descriptions for Menu (09) are shown below:
A) AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA: Display of current mold height. select open to
automatic thickness adjustment and select open to automatic
clamping force adjustment.
B) BBBBBBBB: Display mold-adjustment backward .
C) CCCCCCCC: Display mold-adjustment forward .
D) PPPP.P: Display of current mold height.
E) DDDD.D: Set up for mold dimension.
F) :Function selection for mold thickness auto adjustment.
and press

Press

to open

to close

G) EEEEE :Setup of clamping force


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H) KKKKK :Computers automatically calculate low-pressure closing end-position for


reference after the setup of clamping force
I) :Function selection for clamping force auto adjustment. Press
and

to open

to close

2.11.1.2 Operational Method for Mould Thickness Adjustment:


A) Note:
A.a) If safety doors one not closed, the warning message 019 safety doors is
not closed will show on the monitor. At times that auxiliary signal detects
closed doors 061 safety door device abnormal will appear. Check safety door
limits switch. If machines mold still open, the following message will
appear:
052 mold-open stroke not completedpress

until 051 moldopen

troke completed takes over.


A.b) Go to Menu (55) to correct mold thickness BBBB.Bmm while the mold
thickness is not exact.
A.c) Turn off mold adjustment for 017 mold adjustment motor overload to
check motor load and mechanism.
A.d) Turn off mold adjustment for 023 mold adjustment counter error to
check counter switch (Input 31) and mechanism.
A.e) In mold adjustment, if general mold thickness adjustment distance is
wrong, then correct counter signal and counter teeth.
Caution: Do not change counter signal inspection time, otherwise mold
B) Manual operation for mold thickness adjustment:
B.a) Press

and the molds will adjust forward, leaving a reduced mold

height and strengthened clamping force. Let go of the key and the function
will stop. If mold adjustment forward goes beyond computer-set minimum
height, 021 mold adjustment beyond minimum distance shows and mold
adjustment forward will stop.
B.b) Press

and the molds will adjust backward, leaving an increased

mold height and lessened clamping force. Let go of the key and function
will stop. When movement goes beyond limit switches, 022 mold adjustment e
xceed maximum size will show and mold adjustment backward will stop.
C) Auto operation for mold thickness adjustment:
C.a) Measure the mold thickness, say 430.0mm, key in the measured figure to
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thickness setup position of DDDD.D press


to open or press

then either press

to move cursor to ,
to close, and push

to

complete the correction, If mold adjustment needs to be stopped during the


procedure, push

C.b) After auto adjustment, have the molds put into clamping mechanism. Use
the mold fixing ring and the fixing hole of read platen to centralize the
mold which sit against and are stabilized to the read platen by mold clamp.
C.c) Switch menu (09) to menu (01); press

to have molds sit tight.

The molds should be in a closed state. Use mold clamps to stabilize molds
and remove mold hangers.
C.d) Mold has no clamping force.
D) Auto operation for clamping force:
Fixed the mold in the machine, and move the cursor to EEEEE position to set the
clamping forces (ton) and presses
position, then either press

to complete a correction. To move the cursor to


or

to select open , and push

to

complete the correction, and the display now displays AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA which
is Auto clamping force adjustment .

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2.11.2

Mold Thickness and Clamping Force Setup for Direct Hydraulic Machine.

Menu 09
MOLD THICKNESS ADJUSTMENT SETTING
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
BBBBBBBB

CCCCCCCC

EXIST MOLD HEIGHT


INPUT MOLD THICKNESS
AUTO. MOLD THICKNESS ADJUSTMENT

: PPPP.Pmm
: DDDD.Dmm
:

CLAMPING FORCE SETTING EEEEE TONS LOW-PR. CLAMPING POS. AT KKKKKp


AUTO. CLAMPING FORCE SETTING
:

F1

2.11.2.1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to set parameter, key in desired digits and press

to

complete a correction. Code descriptions for Menu (09) are listed below:
A) AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA: not used.
B) BBBBBBBB: not used.
C) CCCCCCCC: not used.
D) PPPP.P: not used.
E) DDDD.D: not used.
F) : not used.
G) EEEEE: not used.
H) KKKKK: not used.
I) : not used.
2.11.2.2

Manual Clamping Method:


In Menu (09), mold is hung into the mechanism, use mold alignment ring and machine mold

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lock board for centering.

Then, have the mold against board, and press

for

clamping on Menu (52) clamping original return KK LL , dont loose the button in the
clamping internal until the pressure disappeared, then take off the mold-ring.
2.11.2.3 Manual Mold-opening Method:
In Menu (09), press
KK

for mold opening on Menu (52) mold-closing original return

LL , dont loose the button in the mold opening internal until the tasks is finished.

2.11.2.4 Automatic Mold thickness Adjustment


In Menu (09), mold is hung on the mechanism to adjust the counter position and press for
clamping on Menu (52) clamping origin return KK CC. Dont loose the button in
the clamping interval until the pressure disappeared, then off the mold-ring.
2.11.3 Second Mold Thickness and Clamping Force Setup

Menu 09
MOLD THICKNESS ADJUSTMENT SETTING
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
BBBBBBBB

CCCCCCCC

EXIST MOLD HEIGHT


INPUT MOLD THICKNESS
AUTO. MOLD THICKNESS ADJUSTMENT

: PPPP.Pmm
: DDDD.Dmm
:

CLAMPING FORCE SETTING EEEEE TONS LOW-PR. CLAMPING POS. AT KKKKKp


AUTO. CLAMPING FORCE SETTING
:

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

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2.11.3.1 Move cursor to set parameter, key in desired digits and press

to complete

a correction. Code descriptions for Menu (09) are listed below:


A) AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA: Not used.
B) BBBBBBBB: Not used.
C) CCCCCCCC: Not used.
D) PPPP.P: Not used.
E) DDDD.D: Not used.
F) : Not used.
G) EEEEE: Not used.
H) KKKKK: Not used.
F)
2.11.3.2

: Not used.
Manual Operation For Mold Thickness Adjustment:

A) In Menu (09),mold is hung on the mechanism, to adjust the counter position and
press

for clamping on Menu (33) carriage cylinder mold adjustment II

JJ dont loose the button in the mold-closing interval until the basks is
finished.
B) In Menu (09), press

for mold-open on Menu (33) carriage cylinder mold

adjustment II JJ ; dont loose the button in the mold-opening interval until


is finished.
2.11.3.3 Automatic Mold-Closing:
In Menu (09), mold is hung on the mechanism, to adjust the cursor position and press
for auto mold-closing adjustment.
A) In Menu (33), carriage cylinder mold adjustment II

JJ for mold closing.

B) After the mold closes of fast-cylinder, adjustment will be stop.


C) After the check of teeth, split nuts tight till the limit switch confirmed, then
take off the mold-rings.

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2.11.4

Combined Mold Thickness Setup

Menu 09
MOLD THICKNESS ADJUSTMENT SETTING
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
BBBBBBBB

CCCCCCCC

EXIST MOLD HEIGHT


INPUT MOLD THICKNESS
AUTO. MOLD THICKNESS ADJUSTMENT

: PPPP.Pmm
: DDDD.Dmm
:

CLAMPING FORCE SETTING EEEEE TONS LOW-PR. CLAMPING POS. AT KKKKKp


AUTO. CLAMPING FORCE SETTING
:

F1

2.11.4.1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to set parameter, key in desired digits and press

to

complete a correction. Code descriptions for Menu (09) listed below:


A) AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA: At mold thickness function L to select open, then display
Automatic mold thickness adjustment.
B) BBBBBBBB: At mold adjustment backward to display mold adjustment backward.
C) CCCCCCCC: At mold adjustment forward to display mold adjustment forward.
D) PPPP.P: Display of current mold height.
E) DDDD.D: Setup for mold dimension.
F) :Function selection for mold thickness auto adjustment. Press
and

to open

to close.

G) EEEEE : not used.


H) KKKKK : not used.
I) :not used.
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2.11.4.2 Mold Thickness Adjustment Operational Method:


A) Note:
A.a) If safety doors are not closed, the warning message 019 safety door not
closed will show on the monitor. At times that auxiliary signs detect unclosed
door,061 safety door device abnormal will appear. Limit switches need
inspections.

When 052 mold-opening stroke not completed shows, press

until 051 mold-opening stroke completed takes over.


A.b) Goes to Menu (55) to correct mold thickness BBBB.Bmm while the mold
thickness is not exact.
A.c) Goes to turn off mold adjustment for 017 mold adjustment motor overload
to check motor load and mechanism.
A.d) Goes to turn off mold adjustment for 023 mold adjustment counter error to
check counter switch (Input 31) and mechanism.
A.e) To check counter signal and teeth when mold adjustment errors occur.
B) Manual operation for mold thickness adjustment
B.a) Press

and the molds will adjust forward, leaving a reduced mold

height and strengthened clamping force. Let go of the key and the function
will stop, If mold adjustment forward goes beyond computer set minimum height
, 021 mold adjustment beyond minimum distance shows and mold adjustment
forward will stop.
B.b) Press

and the molds will adjustment backward, leaving an increased mold

height and lessened clamping force. Let go of the key and said function will stop.
When backward movement goes beyond limit switches, 022 mold adjustment beyond
maximum distance will show and mold adjustment backward will stop.
C) Auto operation for mold thickness adjustment
C.a) Measure the mold thickness (Ex.430.0mm) key in the measured figure to
thickness setup position of DDDD.D, press
to open or press

then either press

, to move cursor to ,
to close, and push

to

complete the correction. If mold adjustment needs to be stopped during the


procedure, push

C.b) After manual mold adjustment, have the molds put into clamping mechanism.
Use the mold fixing ring and the fixing hole of headboard to centralize the
molds, which sit against headboard and are stabilized to the headboard by mold
clamps.

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C.c) Switch menu (09) to menu (01); press

to have molds sit tight.

The

molds should be in a closed state. Use mold clamps to stabilize molds on the
machine and remove mold hangers.
C.d) Mold has no clamping force.

2.12 Lubrication Setup


Menu 10
LUBRICATION SETTING
TOGGLE SYSTEM LUBRICATION AT EVERY
NEXT LUBRICATION AT
LUBRICATIN TIME
LUBRICATIN MONITORING TIME

GGGGG
KKKKK
HHHH.H
IIII.I

JJJJJ
GREASE LUBRICATION AT EVERY
NEXT LUBRICATION AT
LLLLL
GREASE LUBRICATION ATALARM RESET

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

CYCLES
CYCLE LATER
SEC
SEC
CYCLES (BY MANUAL)
CYCLE LATER
RESET

F8

F9

Move cursor to the parameter of lubrication. Key in desired digits and press

F10

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions for Menu (10) are as follows:


A) GGGGG: mold counts before every toggle lubrication. Computer program counter
code Cnt 18.
B) HHHH.H: Time for toggle lubrication. Computer program timer code Tim 28.
C) IIII.I: Time of monitoring. Computer program timer code Tim 29.
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D) KKKKK: Remaining mold counts before next lubrication.


E) JJJJJ: Intermission before next lubrication. Computer program Cnt 19.
F) LLLLL: Remaining mold counts before next lubrication.
Either under auto or manual operation, when mold-close is at the status of high
pressure, KKKKK minus counter 1. As KKKKK is reduced to zero, lubrication will
start. The amount of time for each lubrication is controlled by the set time of
HHHH.H . If the oil is not enough, Input 25 will go on and the warning message
of 014 insufficient oil will appear. Refill oil to clear the warning.

2.13 Injection Setup


Menu 11
INJECTION SETTING
CUSHION END : uuuu.umm
Tt.ff

Tt.ee

Tt.dd

Tt.cc

Tt.bb

Tt.aa

6
UU
VV

5
QQ
RR

4
MM
NN

3
II
JJ

2
EE
FF

1
AA
BB

WWW.W
XX
3
gg
hh
iii.i
pp.p

2
dd
ee
fff.f
oo.o

????.?mm
FEEDING TIME : wwww.wSEC

FILLING TIME : xx.xxSEC

SSS.S
TT

1
aa
bb
ccc.c
nn.n

OOO.O
PP

zzz.z
KKK.K
LL

GGG.G
HH

CCC.C
DD

TIME OD STAGE
DOSING END
SPEED %
PRESSURE%
TIME SEC
POSITION
PERSENT%

ZZZ.Z
100%

SPEED %
PRSSSURE %
TIME SEC
SLOPE %

HOLDING PRESSURE AT :
INJECT LEAKAGE POSTION:
INJECTION MODE:

jjjbar
BOOST INJECTION:
llll.lmm
INJECTION CHOCKED POSTION: mmmm.mmm
nnnnnnnnnnnnnn

SET
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

2.13.1 Injection Displacement Setting


Move cursor to set parameter for injection. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions for Menu (11) injection are as below:


A) uuuu.u: Display end-position of injection.
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B) xx.xx: Display the time of injection.


C) wwww.w: Display the time of feeding.
D) ZZZ.Z : Plasticizing end-position setup. It acts as a 100% benchmark for injection
stroke. Key in desired digits and press

for a correction. If desired digits

is pressed, the position set value per section will be

are keyed in and

re-calculated according to its percentage.


E) zzz.z: Time setup for from injection 1 to injection 6, computer program timer code
Tim 00. Holding pressure stroke will follow when injection stroke is finished.
F) AA: Speed setup for injection 1.
G) BB: Pressure setup for injection 1.
H) CCC.C: End-position setup for injection 1. Key in desired digits and press
to complete a correction. If desired digits are keyed in and

are pressed,

stroke setting of injection 1 will be recalculated according to its position set


value.
I) DD: Stroke setting of injection 1. Plasticizing end position equals 100%. Key in
desired digits and press
key in and

to complete a correction. If desired digits are

is pressed, the position set value of injection 1 will be

recalculated according to its percentage.


J) EE: Speed setup for injection 2.
K) FF: Pressure setup for injection 2.
L) GGG.G: End-position setup for injection 2. Key in desired digits and press
complete a correction. If desired digits are keyed in and

to

are pressed,

stroke setting of injection 2 will be recalculated according to its position set


value.
M) HH: Stroke setting of injection 2. Plasticizing end-position equals 100%. Key in
desired digits and press
keyed in and

to complete a correction. If desired digits are

are pressed, the position set value of injection 2 will be

re-calculated according to its percentage.


N) II: Speed setup for injection 3.
O) JJ: Pressure setup for injection 3.
P) KKK.K: End-position setup for injection 3. Key in desired digits and press
to complete a correction. If desired digits are keyed in and
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stroke setting of injection 3 will be recalculated according to its percentage.


Q) LL: Stroke setting of injection 3. Plasticizing end-position equals 100%. Key in
desired digits and press
keyed in and

to complete a correction. If desired digits are

are pressed, the position set value of injection 3 will be

recalculated according to its percentage.


R) MM: Speed setup for injection 4.
S) NN: Pressure setup for injection 4.
T) OOO.O: End-position setup for injection 4. Key in desired digits and, press
to complete a correction. If desired digits are keyed in and

are pressed,

stroke setting of injection 4 will be re-calculated according to its percentage.


U) PP: Stroke setting of injection 4. Plasticizing end-position equals 100%. Key in
desired digits and press
keyed in and

to complete a correction. If desired digits are

are pressed, portion set value of injection 4 will be

re-calculated according to its percentage.


V) QQ: Speed setup for injection 5.
W) RR: Pressure setup for injection 5.
X) SSS.S: End-position setup for injection 5. Key desired digits and press
complete a correction. If desired digits are keyed in and

to

is pressed, stroke

setting of injection 5 will be re-calculated according to its percentage.


Y) TT: Stroke setting of injection 5. Plasticizing end-position equal 100%. Key is
desired digits and press
keyed in

to complete a correction. If desired digits are

is pressed, the position set value of injection 5 will be

recalculated according to its percentage.


Z) UU: Speed setup for injection 6.
AA)VV: Pressure setup for injection 6.
BB)WWW.W: Stroke setting for injection 6,i.e., holding pressure stroke switched from
injection stroke. Whatever the injection time, key in desired digits and press
to complete a correction. If

is pressed, stroke setting of injection

6 will be recalculated according to its percentage.


CC)XX: Strode setting of injection 6, i.e., holding pressure stroke switched from
injection stroke. Plasticizing end-position equals 100%. Key in desired digits
and press

to complete correction. If desired digits are keyed in and

is pressed, the position set value of injection 6 will be recalculated according


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to its percentage.
2.13.2

Sequence Diagram of Injection


Injection Position

Speed setup

UU

QQ

MM

II

EE

AA

Press setup

VV

RR

NN

JJ

FF

BB

Holding
Pressure
Stroke

Holding pressure switchover


by position
Holding pressure
switchover by time

(Injection Zero 0.0mm)


End Position Setup

2.13.3

(End-position

SSS.S

OOO.O

KKK.K GGG.G CCC.C of plasticizing)

Setup for Injection pressure holding

Move cursor to set parameter for injection. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions for Menu (11) injection are as below:


A) aa : Holding pressures 1 speed setup.
B) bb : Holding pressure 1 pressure setup.
C) cccc.c : Holding pressures 1 time setup.
D) nn.n% :Holding pressure 1 switch over to holding pressure 2
acceleration/deceleration time.
E) dd: Holding pressures 2-speed setup.
F) ee : Holding pressures 2-pressure setup.
G) fff.f : Holding pressures 2-time setup.
H) oo.o : Holding pressure 2 switch over to holding pressure 3
acceleration/deceleration time.
I) gg : Holding pressures 3-speed setup.
J) hh : Holding pressures 3-pressure setup.
K) iii.i : Holding pressures 3-time setup.
L) pp.p : Holding pressure 2 switchover to holding pressure 3
acceleration/deceleration time.
M) jjj :In case injection hydraulic pressure goes over set value, system will switch
to hold pressure mode automatically.
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N) : Large injection mode selection. Press


close, and push

to select open or

or

to complete the selection.

O) llll.l : Injection leakage position setup. In case injection moves out of set
position under automatic operation mode, 060 filling volume insufficient or
leakage will show as a warning sign.
P) mmmm.m : Should injection move within set position when injection time is due under
automatic operation mode 059 nozzle clog alarm will ring.
Q) nnnnnnnnnnnnnn: Injection mode selection. Press

or

for any option

to complete the selection:

among four and push


Q.a) 1.Closed-loop (optional).
Q.b) 2.Open-loop (standard).

Q.c) 3.Closed-loop and automatic holding pressure (optional).


Q.d) 4.Open-loop and automatic holding pressure (optional).

2.13.3

Sequence Diagram of Holding Pressure

Holding Pressure Stroke

1
Refer
To
Filling

bb
Holding Pressure
Curve

Stroke

ee
hh
hh/2
0

Acceleration/Deceleration Setup

Time Setup
Speed Setup

pp.p%
iii.i
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2.14 Plasticizing And Feeding Setup


Menu 14
FEEDING & DECOMPRESSION SETTING
CUSHION
: uuuu.umm
DOSING RPM : vvvv RPM

SPEED %
PRESSURE %
POSITOION mm
PERCENT %
WEIGHT g
BACK-PR.%
SPEED %
PRESSURE %
POSITION mm

????.?mm
DOSING TIME : wwww.wSEC

1
2
3
DD
II
NN
EE
JJ
OO
GGG.G
LLL.L QQQ.Q
HH
MM
100%
kkkk.k llll.l mmmm.m
FF
KK
PP
BEFORE
AFTER
AA
RR
BB
SS
CCC.C
+TT.T = UUU.U

BOOST FEEDING :
FEEDING DELAY TIME : VVVV.VSEC

FEEDING AT OPENING :
COOLING TIME WWWW.WSEC

SET
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

Move cursor to set parameter for feeding. Key in desired digits and press

F10

to complete a correction.

Code descriptions for Menu (14) feeding are as below:


A) uuuu.u: Display position of injection finished.
B) vvvv : Display speed when plasticizing.
C) wwww.w : Display time of feeding.
D) AA: Speed setup for decompression before feeding.
E) BB: Pressure setup for decompression before feeding.
F) CCC.C: End-position setup for decompression before feeding.
G) DD: Speed setup for feeding 1.
H) EE: Pressure setup for feeding 1.
I) GGG.G: End-position setup for feeding 1. Key in desired digits and press
to complete a correction.

after digit is keyed in, the set value

If press
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of feeding 1 stroke setting will be recalculated according to feeding 1 position


set value.
J) HH: Stroke setting of feeding 1. Feeding end-positions as 100%, key in desired
digit and presses

to complete a correction. If press

after digit

is keyed in, the position set value of feeding 1 will be recalculated according
to its percentage.
K) FF: Counter-balance pressure setup for feeding1.
L) kkkk.k : Feeding weight up to feeding 1.
M) II: Speed setup for feeding 2.
N) JJ: Pressure setup for feeding 2.
O) LLL.L: End-position setup for feeding 2. Key in desired digit and press
to complete a correction. If press

after digit is keyed in, the set value

of feeding 2 stroke setting will be recalculated according to feed 2


position set value.
P) MM: Stroke setting of feeding 2. Feeding end-position as 100%, key in desired
digit and press

to complete a correction. If press

after digit is

keyed in, the position set value of feeding 3 stroke will be recalculated
according to its percentage.
Q) KK: Counter-balance pressure setup for feeding 2.
R) llll.l : Feeding weight up to Feeding 2.
S) NN : Speed setup for feeding 3.
T) OO :Pressure setup for feeding 3.
U) QQQ.Q : End-position setup for feeding 3. Key in desired digit and press
after digit is keyed in, the position

to complete a correction. If press

set value of feeding 2 will be recalculated according to feeding 3 position set


value.
V) PP: Counter-balance pressure setup for feeding 3.
W) mmmm.m : Feeding weight up to Feeding 2.
X) RR: Decompression speed setup after feeding.
Y) SS: Decompression pressure setup after feeding.
Z) TT.T: Stroke setup of decompression after feeding.
AA) XXX.X: Display the actual moving stroke after feeding and decompression.
BB) : Function selection of feeding for DS-Type machine, press
open or close, then push

or to select

to complete a correction.
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CC) : Function selection of mold-opening feeding(optional). Press


to select open or close, then push

or

to complete a correction.

DD) YYYY.Y : In automatic mode, time setup of delay time switch to feeding after
injection.
EE) ZZZ.Z :Time setup for cooling.(Code Tim01)
2.14.2

Sequence Diagram of Feeding

Feeding stroke
Decompression Stroke

Decompression

Decompression

Forward

Decompression Distance
Speed Setup
Pressure Setup
Counter-Balance Pressure
Setup
End-Position setup

Backward

TT.T

AA
BB

DD
EE

II
JJ

NN
OO

FF

KK

PP

CCC.C

GGG.G

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LLL.L

RR
SS

QQQ.Q

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2.15 Injection Carriage Setup


Menu 15
INJECTION CARRIAGE SETTING

2
dd
ee
ff.ff

1
aa
SPEED %
bb PRESSURE %
cc.cc TIME SEC

SPEED %
PRESSURE %
TIME SEC

1
gg
hh
ii.ii

SET
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to the parameter of injection carriage. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions for Menu (15) are as follows:


A) aa : Speed setup for injection carriage fast forward.
B) bb: Pressure setup for injection carriage fast forward.
C) cc.cc: Time setup for injection carriage fast forward, when fast forward is due,
injection carriage slow forward will kick in.
D) dd: Speed setup for injection carriage slows forward.
E) ee: Pressure setup for injection carriage slows forward.
F) ff.ff: Timer setup for injection carriage forward under auto operation mode.
G) gg: Speed setup for injection carriage backward.
H) hh: Pressure setup for injection carriage backward.
I) ii.ii: Time setup for injection carriage backward under auto operation mode.

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2.16 Speed and Pressure Curve

Menu 48
INJECTION PRESSURE/SPEED
100%
SPEED %

60%

0%
100%

PRESSURE %

60%

0%

SET
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

In injection, the diagram records the pressure vs. time and speed vs. time. The
red-line represents the setting value, and the white-line represents the practical
curve for the above speed diagram; the green-line represents the setting value,
and the white-line represents the practical curve for the under pressure diagram.
Push the combined button

to be a standard curve in yellow-line,

that can make the comparisons of the setting curve to the practical one.

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2.17 Theoretical Injection Volume Curve

Menu 16
THEORETICAL INJECTION WEIGHT (g)
YYYY
SCREW D : AAA mm
2100

1800

1200
1000
700

300
120
mm

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

END

F9

F10

The diagram shows the theoretical injection weight curve, the menu (16) are shown as below:
A) AAAA: End-position setup of the feeding for injection (density=1).
B) BBBB: End-position setup of the feeding 1 for injection (density=1).
C) CCCC: End-position setup of the feeding 2 for injection (density=1).
D) DDDD: End-position setup of the feeding 3 for injection (density=1).
E) EEEE: End-position setup of the feeding 4 for injection (density=1).
F) FFFF: End-position setup of the feeding 5 for injection (density=1).
G) GGGG: End-position setup of the feeding 6 for injection (density=1).

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2.18 Theoretical Injection Speed Curve

Menu 17
THEORETRICAL INJECTION RATE
99%
SCREW D : AAA mm

80%

60%

40%

20%

cm3/sec

aaa

F1

F2

F3

bbb

F4

ccc

F5

F6

ddd

F7

F8

eee

F9

F10

The diagram shows the curve of theoretical injection rate.

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2.19 Theoretical Injection Pressure Curve

Menu 18
THEORETRICAL INJECTION PRESSURE
99%
SCREW D : AAAmm

80%

60%

40%

20%

kg/cm

F1

eeee

F2

dddd

F3

F4

cccc

F5

F6

bbb

F7

F8

aaa

F9

F10

The diagram shows the curve of theoretical injection pressure.

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2.20 Prompt Setting Menu


Menu 19
QUICK SET-UP PAGE
TO SLOW
FAST
SLOW
F1
E1
D1
F2
E2
D2
FFFF.F
EEEE.E
DDDDDp
TIMES
bbbbb

BACK 2 BACK 1
J1
I1
J2
I2
JJJ.J
III.I
3
2
1
S1
R1
Q1
S2
R2
Q2
SSS.S RRR.R QQQ.Q

SPEED %
PRESSURE %
POSITIONmm

F1

BEFORE
T1
T2
TTT.T

F2

MOLD
SPEED %
PRESSURE %
POSITION mm

FAST
A1
A2

LOW PR.
HI-PR.
B1
C1
B3
C2
AAAA.A
BBBBB
CCCCCp

EJECTOR
FORE 1
FORE 2
SPEED %
G1
H1
PRESSURE %
G2
H2
POSITION mm
GGG.G
HHH.H
6
P1
P2

5
Q1
Q2

4
3
2
1
N1
M1
L1
K1
N2
M2
L2
K2
cccc.c
PPP.P OOO.O NNN.N MMM.M LLL.L KKK.K

1
2
3
LATER
U1
V1
W1
X1
U2
V2
W2
X2
UUU.U VVV.V WWW.W + XX.X

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

Move the cursor to set parameter. Key in desired digits and press
Code descriptions for menu 19 are listed below:

EJT.HOLD
aaaa.a

INJECT
SPEED %
PRESSURE %
TIME SEC
POSITION mm

COLLINGTIME :dddd.d
PAUSE/SEC : eeee.e
CYCLETIME : ffff.f

F8

F9

F10

to complete a correction.

2.20.2 Mold-Closing Stroke Setup:


A) A1: Speed setup for fast mold closing.
B) A2: Pressure setup for fast mold closing.
C) AAAA.A: End-position setup for fast mold closing.
D) B1: Speed setup for low pressure mold-closing.
E) B1: Pressure setup for low pressure mold-closing.
F) BBBBB: End-position setup for low pressure mold-closing.
G) C1: Speed setup for high-pressure mold closing.
H) C2: Pressure setup for low pressure mold-closing.
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I) CCCCC: End-position setup for low pressure mold-closing.


2.20.3 Mold-Opening Stroke Setup:
A) D1: Speed setup for slow-speed mold opening.
B) D2: Pressure setup for slow-speed mold opening.
B) DDDDD: End-position setup for slow-speed mold opening.
D) E1: Speed setup for fast-speed mold opening.
E) E2: Pressure setup for fast-speed mold opening.
F) EEEE.E: End-position setup for fast-speed mold opening.
G) F1: Speed setup for decelerate-speed mold opening.
H) F2: Pressure setup for decelerate-speed mold opening.
I) FFFF.F: End-position setup for decelerate-speed mold opening.
2.20.4 Ejector Forward Stroke Setup:
A) G1: Speed setup for ejector forward 1.
B) G2: Pressure setup for ejector forward 1.
C) GGG.G: End-position setup for ejector forward 1.
D) H1: Speed setup for ejector forward 2.
E) H2: Pressure setup for ejector forward 2.
F) HHH.H: End-position setup for ejector forward 2.
2.20.5 Ejector Backward Stroke Setup:
A) I1: Speed setup for ejector backward 1.
B) I2: Pressure setup for ejector backward 1.
C) III.I: End-position setup for ejector backward 1.
D) J1: Speed setup for ejector backward 2.
E) J2: Pressure setup for ejector backward 2.
F) JJJ.J: End-position setup for ejector backward 2.
G) bbbbb: Number setup of cycle ejector in auto mode, the number plus 1 when the
ejector reached the end-position.
H) aaaa.a: In auto mode, the stay times of end-position for ejector forward.
2.20.6 Injection Stroke Setup:
A) K1: First speed setup for injection.
B) K2: First pressure setup for injection.
C) KKK.K: First end-position setup for injection.
D) L1: Second speed setup for injection.
E) L2: Second pressure setup for injection.
F) LLL.L: Second end-position setup for injection.
G) M1: Third speed setup for injection.
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H) M2: Third pressure setup for injection.


I) MMM.M: Third end-position setup for injection.
J) N1: Fourth speed setup for injection.
K) N2: Fourth pressure setup for injection.
L) NNN.N: Fourth end-position setup for injection.
M) O1: Fifth speed setup for injection.
N) O2: Fifth pressure setup for injection.
O) OOO.O: Fifth end-position setup for injection.
P) P1: Sixth speed setup for injection.
Q) P2: Sixth pressure setup for injection.
R) PPP.P: Sixth end-position setup for injection.
S) cccc.c: Time setup for injection from first to sixth.
2.20.7 Holding Pressure Stroke Setup:
A) Q1: First speed setup for holding-pressure.
B) Q2: First pressure setup for holding-pressure.
C) QQQ.Q: First time setup for holding-pressure.
D) R1: Second speed setup for holding-pressure.
E) R2: Second pressure setup for holding-pressure.
F) RRR.R: Second pressure setup for holding-pressure.
G) S1: Third speed setup for holding-pressure.
H) S2: Third pressure setup for holding-pressure.
J) SSS.S: Third time setup for holding-pressure.
2.20.8

Feeding and Decompression Stroke Setup:

A) T1: Decompression speed setup before feeding.


B) T2: Decompression pressure setup before feeding.
C) TTT.T: Decompression end-position setup before feeding.
D) U1: First speed setup for feeding.
E) U2: First pressure setup for feeding.
F) UUU.U: First end-position setup for feeding.
G) V1: Second speed setup for feeding.
H) V2: Second pressure setup for feeding.
I) VVV.V: Second end-position setup for feeding.
J) W1: Third speed setup for feeding.
K) W2: Third pressure setup for feeding.
L) WWW.W: Third end-position setup for feeding.
M) X1: Decompression speed setup for feeding.
N) X2: Decompression pressure setup for feeding.
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O) XXX.X: Decompression stroke setup for feeding.


2.20.9
A)
B)
C)

Time Setup:
dddd.d: Time setup for cooling.
eeee.e: Time setup for recycle.
ffff.f:Time setup for alarm-cycle

2.21 Temperature Setup


Menu 20
TEMPERATURE SETTING PAGE

MOLD NO : yyyyyyyy
NOZZLE
AA%

OIL. T ???

T1
BBB
???

T2
CCC

T6
GGG

Tc
HHH
???

HIGH ALARM
III
JJJ
KKK
LLL
MMM
LOW ALARM
PPP
QQQ
RRR
SSS
TTT
AIR COOLING
aaa
bbb
ccc
ddd
eee
SELECT
ZZZZZZZZZZZ
IN SATND-BY TEMPERATURE MODE, DROP SETTING TEMPERATURE : YY%
FREQUENT USING RESINS BARREL TEMPERATURE
RESIN
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
TC
DENSITY
PE
260
270
260
255
250
240
500
1.0
PP
220
230
220
210
200
190
500
1.0
HI-PS
210
220
210
200
190
180
500
1.0
ABS
255
260
250
240
230
220
500
1.0
PC
280
300
290
280
270
260
500
1.0
PA-66
300
300
290
280
270
260
500
1.0
POM
200
210
210
200
190
180
500
1.0
PMMA-1
240
250
240
230
220
210
500
1.0
PMMA-2
225
230
220
210
210
200
500
1.0

NNN
UUU
fff

OOO
VVV

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

???

T5
FFF

???

F2

???

T4
EEE

???

F1

???

T3
DDD

F8

F9

Move the cursor to set parameter. Key in desired digits and press
Code descriptions for menu 20 are listed below

F10

to complete a correction.

2.21.1 Code of temperature setup are listed below:


A) AA: Set percentage value of nozzle heating.
B) BBB: T1 temperature set value.
C) CCC: T2 temperature set value.
D) DDD: T3 temperature set value.
E) EEE: T4 temperature set value.
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F) FFF: T5 temperature set value.


G) GGG: T6 temperature set value.
H) HHH: TC temperature set value.
2.21.2 Alarm setting are listed below:
A) III: Alarm setting for actual temperature of T1 too high, compared with the set
value.
B) JJJ: Alarm setting for actual temperature of T2 too high, compared with the set
value.
C) KKK: Alarm setting for actual temperature of T3 too high, compared with the set
value.
D) LLL: Alarm setting for actual temperature of T4 too high, compared with the set
value.
E) MMM: Alarm setting for actual temperature of T5 too high, compared with the set
value.
F) NNN: Alarm setting for actual temperature of T6 too high, compared with the set
value.
G) OOO: Alarm setting for actual temperature of TC too high, compared with the set
value.
2.21.3 Alarm setting code for temperature too low are listed below:
A) PPP: Alarm setting for actual temperature of T1 too low, compared with the set
value.
B) QQQ: Alarm setting for actual temperature of T2 too low, compared with the set
value.
C) RRR: Alarm setting for actual temperature of T3 too low, compared with the set
value.
D) SSS: Alarm setting for actual temperature of T4 too low, compared with the set
value.
E) TTT: Alarm setting for actual temperature of T5 too low, compared with the set
value.
F) UUU: Alarm setting for actual temperature of T6 too low, compared with the set
value.
G) VVV: Alarm setting for actual temperature of TC too low, compared with the set
value
2.21.4 Spare alarm code are listed below:
A) aaa: Evaporation setting for the time when T1 actual temperature is higher than the set value.
B) bbb: Evaporation setting for the time when T2 actual temperature is higher than the set value.
C) ccc: Evaporation setting for the time when T3 actual temperature is higher than the set value.
D) ddd: Evaporation setting for the time when T4 actual temperature is higher than the set value.
E) eee: Evaporation setting for the time when T5 actual temperature is higher than the set value.
F) fff: Evaporation setting for the time when T6 actual temperature is higher than the set value.
2.21.5 ZZZZZZZZZZZ: Function selection for barrel temperature. Press either
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to make a pick among three modes, and push

to complete the selection. Code

description are shown below:


A) Heater off or in timer mode.
B) Heating: Function selection for barrel normal control.
C) Stand-by temperature mode: (Exclusive of nozzle)
For instance,YY in set at 20% , 250 as the set temperature
250 20%= 50
250 - 50=200
The set temperature lowered to 200 stays under control.
2.21.6 YY: Under stand-by temperature mode, the set value for lowered temperature.
2.21.7 CDC-2000 Material temperature can be memorized 20 groups as follows:
A) Set method:
A.a) Move cursor to material to set parameter, and press

to complete a

correction.

A.b) Push

to move cursor to T1~T6, then set the temperature and push

to complete a correction.
B) Fast setting method:

or

Move cursor to Material, push

material, then push

and

to select the adequate

so T1~T6 and TC can be replaced by memorial

setting value.

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2.22Temperature Setting Menu

Menu 21
TEMPERATURE SETTING

SET :

DEVIATION :

VALUE :

500

400

300

200

100

T1

F1

T2

F2

F3

T3

F4

T4

F5

T5

F6

F7

T6

F8

TC

F9

F10

This Menu shows the temperature setting and the actual temperature in the band:
: Indicates the temperature too high.
: Indicates the temperature too low.
: Indicates the temperature.
: The practical temperature.

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2.23 Temperature Timing Setup


Menu 23
WEEKLY TIMER SETTING

MON
07:20

BARREL
MODE

MOLD TEMP. CONTROLLER


MODE

F2

MON
07:20

MON
07:20

DRYER
MODE

F1

1999/04/07

F3

F4

TUE
08:00

TUE
08:00

TUE
08:00

WEN
07:30

WEN
07:30

WEN
07:30

F5

THU
07:40

11:25

FRI
07:50

THU
07:40

THU
07:40

F6

FRI
07:50

FRI
07:50

F7

SAT
08:00

SUN
08:10

SAT
08:00

SAT
08:00

F8

SUN
08:10

SUN
08:10

F9

F10

The diagram is temperature timing setup, applied method are shown below:
2.23.1 Adding temperature of barrel are shown as follows: (optional)
In menu 20 function selection ZZZZZZZZZZZ:, to select Close or Timing then goes
to menu 22 to set parameter and push

, next to select close

and

and then select open to complete a correction. That will heat the barrel.
2.23.2 Adding temperature of mold are shown as follows:

In menu 22, move cursor to set parameter, next push

and

the selection switch is from close to open, then push


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will output a signal to heating unit of mold.


2.23.3 Adding temperature for dry-machine are shown as follows: (optional)
In menu 22, move cursor to set parameter, next push

and

to set

selection switch, the selection switch is from close to open, then push
to complete a correction.
dry-machine.

That will output a signal to heating unit of

2.24 Temperature Curve of T1


Menu 24
T1
500

TEMP. CURVE

SET :

HIGH :

LOW :

400

300

200

100

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

This curve shows the T1 temperature trend:


: Blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for high-temperature.
: Red line is to indicate the setting value of temperature.
: Light-blue line is to indicate the practical temperature.
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: White line is to indicate the practical temperature.

2.25 Temperature Curve of T2


Menu 25
T2

TEMP. CURVE

SET :

HIGH :

LOW :

500

400

300

200

100

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

This curve shows the T2 temperature trend:


: Blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for high-temperature.
: Red line is to indicate the setting value of temperature.
: Ligh-blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for low-temperature.
: White line is to indicate the practical temperature.

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2.26 Temperature Curve of T3

Menu 26
T3
500

TEMP. CURVE

SET :

HIGH :

LOW :

400

300

200

100

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

This curve shows the T3 temperature trend:


: Blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for high-temperature.
: Red line is to indicate the setting value of temperature.
: Ligh-blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for low-temperature.
: White line is to indicate the practical temperature.

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2.27 Temperature Curve of T4

Menu 27
T4
500

TEMP. CURVE

SET :

HIGH :

LOW :

400

300

200

100

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

This curve shows the T4 temperature trend:


: Blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for high-temperature.
: Red line is to indicate the setting value of temperature.
: Light-blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for low-temperature.
: White line is to indicate the practical temperature.

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2.28 Temperature Curve of T5

Menu 28
T5

TEMP. CURVE

SET :

HIGH :

LOW :

500

400

300

200

100

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

This curve shows the T5 temperature trend:


: Blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for high-temperature.
: Red line is to indicate the setting value of temperature.
: Light-blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for low-temperature.
: White line is to indicate the practical temperature.

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2.29 Temperature Curve of T6

Menu 29
T6

TEMP. CURVE

SET :

HIGH :

LOW :

500

400

300

200

100

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

This curve shows the T6 temperature trend:


: Blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for high-temperature.
: Red line is to indicate the setting value of temperature.
: Light-blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for low-temperature.
: White line is to indicate the practical temperature.

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2.30 Temperature Curve of TC

Menu 30
TC
500

TEMP. CURVE

SET :

HIGH :

LOW :

400

300

200

100

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

This curve shows the TC temperature trend:


: Blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for high-temperature.
: Red line is to indicate the setting value of temperature.
: Light-blue line is to indicate the deviation setting for low-temperature.
: White line is to indicate the practical temperature.

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2.31 Mold Number Setting

Menu42
MOLD NO. SETTING
CDC-2000
NOTE
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345

MOLD NO
DATA-001
DATA-002
DATA-003
DATA-004
DATA-005
DATA-006
DATA-007
DATA-008
DATA-009
DATA-010
DATA-011
DATA-012
DATA-013
DATA-014
DATA-015
DATA-016
MOLD NO.

F1

COPY

F2

F3

DESCRIPTION

F4

F5

F6

FLOOPY
FLOOPY
FILES001
FILES002
FILES003
FILES004
FILES005
FILES006
FILES007
FILES008
FILES009
FILES010
FILES011
FILES012
FILES013
FILES014
FILES015
FILES016

TO FLOPPY

F7

F8

F9

F10

In menu (24) A, CDC2000 Save the mold no. and remarks in the left side that can have
100 groups mold no.. The mold no. can be enter 1~8 characters and remarks can
include 1~35 characters.
2.31.1 Operational Method for Mold No. Searching
The menu (24) A can show 16 groups of mold no.. When the cursor move to the line,
then this line will become to white color, yellow color represents the mold applied,
another will show blue color that means not-used. Press

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can move one group,

can move down10 groups; Press

and

can move down one group.

2.31.2 Functional Application :

After selecting mold no. Press

press

the cursor will move right a column, or

the cursor will move left a column.

Mold No.

Mold Copy

A) Application Mold No.

Content Modify

Save to Disk

: The function is to select mold no., by pressing will appear

YES/C , then press

to complete a correction.

B) Mold Copy: The function is for copying mold no.

. Press

the mold no. will

become red color that means the mold no. in the copied operation. Next searches
the covered mold no. by pressing
then press

or

will show us YES/C and press

or

or

to complete a correction.

C) Content Change: The function is to modify the mold no. and remarks, by pressing
to flash the mold no.,press

or

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desired words, then press

to complete a correction.

Operational method for numbers and alphabets: Pressing

continuously will display

the cycle 7 A B C 7 if you want to get the blank, that can be done by pressing
continuously for 4 times for 3 Y Z _.
D) Save To Disk: CDC2000 can save the parameters to external disk or restore it from
external disk to CDC2000.
D.a) Applied method for CDC-2000 saving to disk (menu42B):

or

press

press

to move the cursor to select adequate mold no.. Next

, CDC-2000 [ ??????? ] save to disk YES/C? , if yes, press

complete the task, otherwise,

to

pressing

Menu 42
MOLD NO. SETTING
CDC-2000
NOTE
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345

MOLD NO
DATA-001
DATA-002
DATA-003
DATA-004
DATA-005
DATA-006
DATA-007
DATA-008
DATA-009
DATA-010
DATA-011
DATA-012
DATA-013
DATA-014
DATA-015
DATA-016
MOLD NO.

F1

COPY

F2

F3

DESCRIPTION

F4

F5

F6

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FLOOPY
FLOOPY
FILES001
FILES002
FILES003
FILES004
FILES005
FILES006
FILES007
FILES008
FILES009
FILES010
FILES011
FILES012
FILES013
FILES014
FILES015
FILES016

TO FLOPPY

F7

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D.b) Restore to CDC-2000 from disc. (Menu 42C):

1.

At first, move cursor to select the covered mold no. in

menu (42A), next press

to move cursor to save to disc, and press F8 will

or

show the menu (42C), then press

the adequate mold no. and press

to move the cursor to select

that will show Disc [ ??????? ] copy to

CDC-2000 [ ???????? ] YES/C? message, finally press


2)

to complete the task.

: In menu (42B), select the covered mold no. and press F8 will show menu (42C),

press

or

to move cursor and select the adequate mold no., press

will show Disc [ ??????? ] copy to CDC-2000 [ ???????? ] YES/C? message , finally
press

to complete the task, otherwise press

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Menu 42
MOLD NO. SETTING
CDC-2000
NOTE
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345

MOLD NO
DATA-001
DATA-002
DATA-003
DATA-004
DATA-005
DATA-006
DATA-007
DATA-008
DATA-009
DATA-010
DATA-011
DATA-012
DATA-013
DATA-014
DATA-015
DATA-016
MOLD NO.

F1

COPY

F2

F3

DESCRIPTION

F4

F5

FLOOPY
FLOOPY
FILES001
FILES002
FILES003
FILES004
FILES005
FILES006
FILES007
FILES008
FILES009
FILES010
FILES011
FILES012
FILES013
FILES014
FILES015
FILES016

TO FLOPPY

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

Menu42B
MOLD NO. SETTING
CDC-2000
NOTE
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345

MOLD NO
DATA-001
DATA-002
DATA-003
DATA-004
DATA-005
DATA-006
DATA-007
DATA-008
DATA-009
DATA-010
DATA-011
DATA-012
DATA-013
DATA-014
DATA-015
DATA-016
MOLD NO.

F1

COPY

F2

F3

DESCRIPTION

F4

F5

F6

91

FLOOPY
FLOOPY
FILES001
FILES002
FILES003
FILES004
FILES005
FILES006
FILES007
FILES008
FILES009
FILES010
FILES011
FILES012
FILES013
FILES014
FILES015
FILES016

TO FLOPPY

F7

F8

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Menu 42C
MOLD NO. SETTING
CDC-2000
NOTE
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345
12345678901234567890123456789012345

MOLD NO
DATA-001
DATA-002
DATA-003
DATA-004
DATA-005
DATA-006
DATA-007
DATA-008
DATA-009
DATA-010
DATA-011
DATA-012
DATA-013
DATA-014
DATA-015
DATA-016
MOLD NO.

F1

COPY

F2

F3

DESCRIPTION

F4

F5

F6

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FLOOPY
FLOOPY
FILES001
FILES002
FILES003
FILES004
FILES005
FILES006
FILES007
FILES008
FILES009
FILES010
FILES011
FILES012
FILES013
FILES014
FILES015
FILES016

TO FLOPPY

F7

F8

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2.32 Spare Counter Setup

Menu 43
PRODUCT COUNTR PAGE

SET NO.
TOTAL NO.
SELECT

SET NO.
TOTAL NO.
SELECT

WORKING HOUR
AUTO. RUNNING HOUT

F1

F2

GOOD NO.
AAAAA
FFFFF
LLLLLLLL

BATCH NO.
DDDDD
JJJJJ
NNNNNNNN

DEFECT NO.
BBBBB
=
GGGGG

PRODUCT NO.

DEFECT %
CC.C%
II.I%
MMMMMMMM

HHHHHH

NO OF DEFECTS.
EEEEE
KKKKK
OOOOOOOO

: PPPPP HR QQ MIN
: RRRRR HR SS MIN

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

Move cursor to set parameter in desired numbers, and then press

F8

F9

F10

to complete a correction. Code

description in Menu (43) are shown as below:


A) AAAAA: In auto mode, set the good product no. for program counter CNT 02.
B) FFFFF: Display the good product no. reached.
C) LLLLLLLL: Function selection of good product no. Press
discount or count, then press

or

to select

to complete a correction.

D) BBBBB: In auto mode, set alarm for over-number of bad product, the program counter
is CNT 3.
E) GGGGG: Display the bad product no.
F) MMMMMMMM: Function selection for bad product no., press
discount or count, then press

or

to select

to complete a correction.
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G) HHHHHH: Display the total no..(= Bad product no.+ Good product no.)
H) CC.C: In auto mode, set the range of failure rate.
I) II.I: Display the failure rate.
J) DDDDD: Set the total numbers, the program counter is CNT4.
K) JJJJJ: Display the total product numbers.
L) NNNNNNNN: Function selection for total product numbers. Press
select discount or count, then press

or

to

to complete a correction.

M) EEEEE : Set bad product numbers, the program counter is CNT 16.(optional)
N) KKKKK: Display the bad product numbers.
O) OOOOOOOO: Function selection for bad product numbers. Press
select discount or count, then press

or

to

to complete a correction.

P) PPPPP: Display Hours of operational time.


Q) QQ: Display Minutes of operational time.
R) RRRR: Display Hours of auto operational time.
S) SS: Display Minutes of auto operational time.
T) Applied to bad product counting:
In menu (43), LLLLLL select as a counter mode.
U) Applied to bad product counting:
In menu (43), LLLLLL select as a counter mode.
V) Applied to total product counting:
In menu (43) LLLLLL select as a counter mode, next move cursor to select NNNNNN as a
counter mode too. When the good product number is reached the setting value, then the
accumulator will add 1, and when accumulator is reached the setting value. The alarm 041
product reached setting value is beginning to stop machine operation for one cycle operation.

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2.33 Quality Record Menu

Menu 44
QUATILY RECORD
PROD. DEFE. CYCLE FILLE CUSH.FEED.
NO.
NO. TIME TIME END TIME
125742 12312 123.3 12.12 12.1 123.1
125741 12312 123.3 12.13 12.0 123.1
125740 12312 123.3 12.10 12.0 123.1
125739 12312 123.3 12.09 12.2 123.1
125738 12312 123.3 12.10 12.1 123.1
125737 12312 123.3 12.11 12.4 123.1
125736 12311 123.3 12.15 12.1 123.1
125735 12311 123.3 12.12 12.0 123.1
125734 12311 123.3 12.10 12.0 123.1
125733 12311 123.3 12.10 12.3 123.1
125732 12311 123.3 12.15 12.1 123.1
125731 12311 123.3 12.12 12.0 123.1
125730 12311 123.3 12.10 12.0 123.1
SET VALUE 123.3 12.15 12.1 129.1
DEVIATION
AA.AA BB.B CCC.C
QC CONTROL

SET KKKKK CYCLE DATA AS STANDARD


EVERY LL MOLDS SEND QUALITY

F1

F2

F3

F4

FEED. V/P T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6
END
PR.
123.0 123 220 228 220 210 200 190
122.9 123 220 228 220 210 200 190
122.5 123 220 229 220 210 200 190
123.1 123 220 229 220 210 200 190
123.6 123 220 229 221 210 200 190
123.1 123 220 229 221 210 200 190
123.1 123 220 230 221 210 200 190
123.0 123 220 230 221 210 200 190
123.1 123 220 230 221 210 200 190
122.9 123 220 229 221 210 200 190
123.1 123 220 230 221 210 200 190
123.0 123 220 230 221 210 200 190
123.1 123 220 230 221 210 200 190
123.0 123
DDD.D EEE

VALUE (QUALITY CONTROL): CONFIRM


RECORD DATA TO PRINTER :

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

TC
180
179
180
180
180
181
181
180
180
180
181
180
180

F10

2.33.1 The menu has been divided in two parts; one is quality record, and the other one in
quality monitoring. Descriptions are shown as follows:
A) Record the good product no. for first column.
B) Record the bad product no. for second column.
C) Record the total time for third column.
D) Record the filling time for fourth column.
E) Record the end-position for fifth column.
F) Record the feeding time for sixth column.
G) Record the end-position of feeding for seventh column.
H) Record the oil pressure of filling ro holding for eighth column.
I) Record the practical temperature of T1.
J) Record the practical temperature of T2.
K) Record the practical temperature of T3.
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L) Record the practical temperature of T4.


M) Record the practical temperature of T5.
N) Record the practical temperature of T6.
O) Record the practical temperature of TC.
2.33.2 In menu (44)standard description:
A) fff.f: Display the standard cycle time for infection.
B) aa.aa: Display the standard time for filling.
C) AA.AA: Time deviation setup for filling.
D) bb.b: Display the standard end-position for injection.
E) BB.B: End-position deviation setup for injection.
F) ccc.c: Display standard time for feeding.
G) CCC.C: Time deviation setup for feeding.
H) ddd.d: Display the standard end-position for feeding.
I) DDD.D: End-position deviation setup for feeding.
J) eee: Display the standard pressure from filling to holding pressure.
K) EEE: Pressure deviation setup from filling to holding pressure.
L) F: Selection switch of bad product classification for filling.
M) G: Selection switch of bad product classification for end-injection.
N) H: Selection switch of bad product classification for feeding time.
O) I: Selection switch of bad product classification for end feeding.
P) J: Selection switch of bad product classification from filling to holding
pressure.
Q) KKKK: Standard setup of quality record.
R) LL: Printing space setup of quality record.
S) M: Printing selection switch of quality record.
2.33.3

Quality Standard Setup:


Move cursor to KKKKK, key in the desired numbers, and then press

to

complete a correction. The controller used the first column to be standard


parameter to set fff.f aa.aa bb.b ccc.c ddd.d eee.

2.33.4 Quality Deviation Setup:

Move cursor to deviation row, press

or

to select

CCC.C DDD.D EEE in a desired numbers, then press

AA.AA BB.B

to complete a

correction.
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2.33.5 Counting Method of Good and Bad Products :

Move cursor to bad product classified row, press

. Press

to select

or

to select open, therefore, controller

or

can classify the product mold by standard and deviation, and the bad product counter
will plus 1 in menu 43.

2.33.6 Quality Record Printing:


A) Move cursor to LL to set printing space, 1 represents printing every mold, 2
represents printing once two times, and 0 represents not printing.
B) Move cursor to printer selection switch , press

or

to select

open, then printer is in normal operation.


C) After one mold, the printer is in the setting condition.

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2.34 SPC Display Menu

Menu 13
SPC DIAGRAM
UCL
Aaaaaa

46

CL
bbbbbb
LCL
cccccc
UCL
dddddd
CL
eeeeee

SL

SU

LCL
ffffff

CYCLE.T

F1

FILLE.T

F2

F3

CUSH.T

F4

FEED.T

F5

F6

FEED.E

F7

F8

V/P

F9

F10

This menu is support by the quality record data, whenever 10 molds operation is completed, the mean

value will be calculated and become a file.


cursor to move left and
right. Function descriptions in menu13 are shown below:

cursor to move to

A) Product Cycle: SPC graph is the average time needed for 10 machines to complete a cycle.
B) Filling Time: In auto mode, SPC graph shows the average filling time for every 10 mold.
C) Final step of Injection: Under the auto mode, SPC graph shows the average position of injections
final step.
D) Feeding Time: Under the auto mode, SPC graph shows the average position of feeding time for
every 10 mold.
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E) End-Position of Feeding: In auto mode, draw SPC-curve for average end-position for every 10 mold.
F) V/P Pressure: In auto mode, draw SPC-curve for average oil pressure from filling to holding pressure
for every 10 mold.

2.35 Quality Curve Display Menu


Menu 61
CUSHION/DOSING TIME CURVE
CYCLE.T

FILLE.T

CUSH.T

FEED.T

FEED.E

V/P

+
+
SET.VA
CYCLE.T

FILLE.T

CUSH.T

FEED.T

FEED.E

V/P

+
+
SET.VA
-

SET
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

This menu is for the quality record, which includes standard and deviation, which is convenient to control
the production quality.
A) Function description in menu 61:
A.a) Product Cycle: In auto mode, record the curve of total infection time for 100 molds.
A.b) Filling Time: In auto mode, record the curve of filling time for 100 molds.
A.c) End Injection: In auto mode, record the end-position of injection for 100 molds.
A.d) Feeding Time: In auto mode, record the curve of feeding time for 100 molds.
A.e) End Feeding: In auto mode, record the end-position of feeding for 100 molds.
A.f) V/P Pressure: In auto mode, 100 molds graphs regarding oil pressure is recorded when filling
material ends and then turns into pressure holding operation.

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the cursor moves to the left, and press

B) Press

the cursor moves to the right, then

redraw the new curve by the upper functional column.

C) Press

the cursor moves to the left, and press

the cursor moves

to the right, then will redraw the new curve by the lower function column.

2.36 Program Monitoring


Menu 36
PROGRAM REVIEW PAGE
PROGRAM
0001 LOD 009
0002 ANDN 001
100
0003 OR
0004 ANDNE 020
0005 ANDE 001
0006 - OUT 100
0007 TIM 022 [0002.50-0002.50]
0008 LODE 021
0009 AND 056
0010 LOD 001
0011 - ANDN 002
0012 ORP
0013 ORN 060
0014 LOD 165
0015 ANDNT 001
0016 AND 060
0017 CNT 000 [00020 -00015 ]
0018 OUTE 170
0019 ORE 171
TIM BB
CNT CC
OUT AAA

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

JMP - DDDD

F7

F8

F9

F10

This menu is used while monitoring and maintenance of computer program become
necessary
Press

Program adds 10 lines.

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Press

Program moves down 10 lines.

Press

Program moves down 1 line.

Press

Program adds 1 line.

Press

: Cursor moves one space to the right, in the sequence of

AAA BB

CC DDDD .

:Cursor moves one space to the left, in the sequence of

Press

AAA CC

EE DDDD . Key in desired digits to complete program searching.

2.37 Relay Monitoring


Menu37-1
RELAY MONITORING PAGE 1
R000
R010
R020
R030
R040
R050
R060
R070
R080
R090
R100
R110
R120
R130
R140
R150
R160
R170
R180
R190

R001
R011
R021
R031
R041
R051
R061
R071
R081
R091
R101
R111
R121
R131
R141
R151
R161
R171
R181
R191

F1

R002
R012
R022
R032
R042
R052
R062
R072
R082
R092
R102
R112
R122
R132
R142
R152
R162
R172
R182
R192

F2

R003
R013
R023
R033
R043
R053
R063
R073
R083
R093
R103
R113
R123
R133
R143
R153
R163
R173
R183
R193

F3

F4

R004
R014
R024
R034
R044
R054
R064
R074
R084
R094
R104
R114
R124
R134
R144
R154
R164
R174
R184
R194

R005
R015
R025
R035
R045
R055
R065
R075
R085
R095
R105
R115
R125
R135
R145
R155
R165
R175
R185
R195

F5

F6

101

R006
R016
R026
R036
R046
R056
R066
R076
R086
R096
R106
R116
R126
R136
R146
R156
R166
R176
R186
R196

F7

R007
R017
R027
R037
R047
R057
R067
R077
R087
R097
R107
R117
R127
R137
R147
R157
R167
R177
R187
R197

F8

R008
R018
R028
R038
R048
R058
R068
R078
R088
R098
R108
R118
R128
R138
R148
R158
R168
R178
R188
R198

F9

R009
R019
R029
R039
R049
R059
R069
R079
R089
R099
R109
R119
R129
R139
R149
R159
R169
R179
R189
R199

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Menu37-2
RELAY MONITORING PAGE 2
R200
R210
R220
R230
R240
R250
R260
R270
R280
R290
R300
R310
R320
R330
R340
R350
R360
R370
R380
R390

R201
R211
R221
R231
R241
R251
R261
R271
R281
R291
R301
R311
R321
R331
R341
R351
R361
R371
R381
R391

F1

R202
R212
R222
R232
R242
R252
R262
R272
R282
R292
R302
R312
R322
R332
R342
R352
R362
R372
R382
R392

F2

R203
R213
R223
R233
R243
R253
R263
R273
R283
R293
R303
R313
R323
R333
R343
R353
R363
R373
R383
R393

F3

F4

R204
R214
R224
R234
R244
R254
R264
R274
R284
R294
R304
R314
R324
R334
R344
R354
R364
R374
R384
R394

F5

R205
R215
R225
R235
R245
R255
R265
R275
R285
R295
R305
R315
R325
R335
R345
R355
R365
R375
R385
R395

F6

R206
R216
R226
R236
R246
R256
R266
R276
R286
R296
R306
R316
R326
R336
R346
R356
R366
R376
R386
R396

F7

R207
R217
R227
R237
R247
R257
R267
R277
R287
R297
R307
R317
R327
R337
R347
R357
R367
R377
R387
R397

F8

R208
R218
R228
R238
R248
R258
R268
R278
R288
R298
R308
R318
R328
R338
R348
R358
R368
R378
R388
R398

F9

R209
R219
R229
R239
R249
R259
R269
R279
R289
R299
R309
R319
R329
R339
R349
R359
R369
R379
R389
R399

F10

Menu37-3
RELAY MONITORING PAGE 3
R400
R410
R420
R430
R440
R450
R460
R470
R480
R490
R500
R510
R520
R530
R540
R550
R560
R570
R580
R590

R401
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R421
R431
R441
R451
R461
R471
R481
R491
R501
R511
R521
R531
R541
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R561
R571
R581
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F1

F2

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R442
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R462
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R492
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R522
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R552
R562
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F3

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R443
R453
R463
R473
R483
R493
R503
R513
R523
R533
R543
R553
R563
R573
R583
R593

F4

R404
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R424
R434
R444
R454
R464
R474
R484
R494
R504
R514
R524
R534
R544
R554
R564
R574
R584
R594

F5

R405
R415
R425
R435
R445
R455
R465
R475
R485
R495
R505
R515
R525
R535
R545
R555
R565
R575
R585
R595

F6

R406
R416
R426
R436
R446
R456
R466
R476
R486
R496
R506
R516
R526
R536
R546
R556
R566
R576
R586
R596

F7

R407
R417
R427
R437
R447
R457
R467
R477
R487
R497
R507
R517
R527
R537
R547
R557
R567
R577
R587
R597

F8
102

R408
R418
R428
R438
R448
R458
R468
R478
R488
R498
R508
R518
R528
R538
R548
R558
R568
R578
R588
R598

F9

R409
R419
R429
R439
R449
R459
R469
R479
R489
R499
R509
R519
R529
R539
R549
R559
R569
R579
R589
R599

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RELAY MONITORING PAGE 4
R600
R610
R620
R630
R640
R650
R660
R670
R680
R690
R700
R710
R720
R730
R740
R750
R760
R770
R780
R790

R601
R611
R621
R631
R641
R651
R661
R671
R681
R691
R701
R711
R721
R731
R741
R751
R761
R771
R781
R791

F1

F2

R602
R612
R622
R632
R642
R652
R662
R672
R682
R692
R702
R712
R722
R732
R742
R752
R762
R772
R782
R792

F3

R603
R613
R623
R633
R643
R653
R663
R673
R683
R693
R703
R713
R723
R733
R743
R753
R763
R773
R783
R793

F4

R604
R614
R624
R634
R644
R654
R664
R674
R684
R694
R704
R714
R724
R734
R744
R754
R764
R774
R784
R794

F5

R605
R615
R625
R635
R645
R655
R665
R675
R685
R695
R705
R715
R725
R735
R745
R755
R765
R775
R785
R795

F6

R606
R616
R626
R636
R646
R656
R666
R676
R686
R696
R706
R716
R726
R736
R746
R756
R766
R776
R786
R796

F7

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R607
R617
R627
R637
R647
R657
R667
R677
R687
R697
R707
R717
R727
R737
R747
R757
R767
R777
R787
R797

F8

R608
R618
R628
R638
R648
R658
R668
R678
R688
R698
R708
R718
R728
R738
R748
R758
R768
R778
R788
R798

F9

R609
R619
R629
R639
R649
R659
R669
R679
R689
R699
R709
R719
R729
R739
R749
R759
R769
R779
R789
R799

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RELAY MONITORING PAGE 5
R800
R810
R820
R830
R840
R850
R860
R870
R880
R890
R900
R910
R920
R930
R940
R950
R960
R970
R980
R990

R801
R811
R821
R831
R841
R851
R861
R871
R881
R891
R901
R911
R921
R931
R941
R951
R961
R971
R981
R991

F1

F2

R802
R812
R822
R832
R842
R852
R862
R872
R882
R892
R902
R912
R922
R932
R942
R952
R962
R972
R982
R992

F3

R803
R813
R823
R833
R843
R853
R863
R873
R883
R893
R903
R913
R923
R933
R943
R953
R963
R973
R983
R993

F4

R804
R814
R824
R834
R844
R854
R864
R874
R884
R894
R904
R914
R924
R934
R944
R954
R964
R974
R984
R994

F5

R805
R815
R825
R835
R845
R855
R865
R875
R885
R895
R905
R915
R925
R935
R945
R955
R965
R975
R985
R995

F6

Menu 37 contains five pages. Please press

R806
R816
R826
R836
R846
R856
R866
R876
R886
R896
R906
R916
R926
R936
R946
R956
R966
R976
R986
R996

F7

R807
R817
R827
R837
R847
R857
R867
R877
R887
R897
R907
R917
R927
R937
R947
R957
R967
R977
R987
R997

F8

or

R808
R818
R828
R838
R848
R858
R868
R878
R888
R898
R908
R918
R928
R938
R948
R958
R968
R978
R988
R998

F9

R809
R819
R829
R839
R849
R859
R869
R879
R889
R899
R909
R919
R929
R939
R949
R959
R969
R979
R989
R999

F10

to change the pages. Press

and the

sequence of pages will be menu 37-137-237-337-437-5.


When press

, the sequence will otherwise be :menu37-5 37-4 37-3 37-2 37-1

This menu is used while monitoring and maintenance of computer programs become necessary.

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2.38 Input Node Monitoring of Computer


2.38.1 Input Node Monitoring of Computer For Toggle Clamping

Menu 40
INPUT
NO.
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03
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12
15
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36
39
42
45
48
51
54
57

MONITORING PAGE
CONTENT
FRONT DOOR L.S
NOZZLE CONTACT
CORE 2 IN L.S
CORE 1 OUT L.S
SAPRE
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
P DOOR CL BREAK
M.T. MOTOR OVER
UNSCREW COUNTER
ROBOT RETURN
UNSCREW IN LS.
SYSTEM FUNCTION
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

F1

F2

F3

NO.
01
04
07
10
13
16
19
22
25
28
31
34
37
40
43
46
49
52
55
58

F4

CONTENT
BACK DOOR L.S
MIN. MOLD TH. L.S.
CORE 2 OUT L.S
NOZZLE GUARD
SAPRE
SAPRE
SAPRE
SPARE
P DOOR OPEN BREAK
HYD. MOTOR OVER
MD. AD. COUNT SIG.
REBOT-EJECT OUT
UNSCREW OUT LS.
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

F5

F6

F7

NO.
02
05
08
11
14
17
20
23
26
29
32
35
38
41
44
47
50
53
56
59

F8

CONTENT
SAFE DOOR AUX L.S
MAX. MOLD TH. L.S.
CORE 1 IN L.S
PHOTO CELL
OT-LUBRICATION
SPARE
SAPRE
EJECTOR BACK
MOLD EJECTOR BACK
SPARE
ROBOT CONNECTING
ROBOT PICK-UP
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

F9

F10

This Menu provides users to check the input signal from outside, when the decode
number turns to red, it means this input signal isON. The description is as
follows:
No.
Content
Description
Front safety guard closed signal ONmeans closed.
Front Door L.S.
RearON safety guard closed signal ONmeans closed.
Back Door L.S.
Front and back safety guard auxiliary closed signal OFFmeans
Save Door Aux L.S
closed.
Carriage forward L.S signal.
Nozzle Contact
Mold height adjustment forward L.S signal.
Min. Mold Th. L.S
Mold height adjustment backward L.S signal.
Max. Mold Th. L.S
When chosen as core 2 L.S function, used as core 2 in stop
Core 2 In L.S
signal .(Optional)
When chosen as core 2 L.S function, used as core 2 out stop signal.
Core 2 Out L.S
(Optional)
When chosen as core 1 L.S function, used as core 1 in stop
Core 1 In L.S
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signal .(Optional)

No.

Content
Core 1 Out L.S

Nozzle Guard
Photo Cell
Spare
Spare
Lubrication surface in
sufficient
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Ejector Back Confirm
Spare
Spare

Mold injector returns


M.T. Motor Overload
Hyd. Motor Overload
Spare
Mold Screw Count
Signal
Mold Ad Count Sig.
Inj. Front Door L.S
Inj. Rear Door L.S
Clamp Cyl. Back Co.

Mold Close Confirm


Mold Screw-In L.S

Description
When chosen as core 2 L.S function, used as core 2 out stop signal.
(Optional)
Purge guard closed signal.(Optional)
Photocell detects signal at auto mode.
Spare
Spare
Lubrication oil level detecting signal, ON means short of oil.
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Hydraulic Ejector returns Signal.
Spare
Spare
Ejector backward stop proximity switch signal.
Mold adjustments motor overload signal.
Pump motor overload signal.
Spare
Mold Screw counter signal input .(Optional)
Mold height adjustment signal input.
Input signal OFF means robot and injection machine connected.
Robot interlock signal, when ON mode open1 close in allowed.
Interlock input between robot and ejector, when ON ejector
forward is allowed.
Confirms signal of part taken- out by robot.
Mold Screw forward stops L.S signal.

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No.

Content
Mold Screw Out L.S
Spare
Power source
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank

Description
Mold Screw backward stop L.S signal.
Spare
Power failure detecting signal, ON means power OK.

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2.38.2 Input Mode Monitoring of Computer for high-pressure Cylinder

Menu 40
INPUT
NO.
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03
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15
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30
33
36
39
42
45
48
51
54
57

MONITORING PAGE
CONTENT
FRONT DOOR L.S
NOZZLE CONTACT
CORE 2 IN L.S
CORE 1 OUT L.S
SAPRE
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
P DOOR CL BREAK
M.T. MOTOR OVER
UNSCREW COUNTER
ROBOT RETURN
UNSCREW IN LS.
SYSTEM FUNCTION
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

F1

F2

F3

NO.
01
04
07
10
13
16
19
22
25
28
31
34
37
40
43
46
49
52
55
58

F4

CONTENT
BACK DOOR L.S
MIN. MOLD TH. L.S.
CORE 2 OUT L.S
NOZZLE GUARD
SAPRE
SAPRE
SAPRE
SPARE
P DOOR OPEN BREAK
HYD. MOTOR OVER
MD. AD. COUNT SIG.
REBOT-EJECT OUT
UNSCREW OUT LS.
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

F5

F6

F7

NO.
02
05
08
11
14
17
20
23
26
29
32
35
38
41
44
47
50
53
56
59

F8

CONTENT
SAFE DOOR AUX L.S
MAX. MOLD TH. L.S.
CORE 1 IN L.S
PHOTO CELL
OT-LUBRICATION
SPARE
SAPRE
EJECTOR BACK
MOLD EJECTOR BACK
SPARE
ROBOT CONNECTING
ROBOT PICK-UP
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

F9

F10

This Menu provides users to check the input signal from outside, when the code
number turns to red, it means this input signal isON.The description is as
follows:
No.
Content
Description
Front safety guard closed signal ONmeans closed.
Front Door L.S
Rear auxiliary safety guard closed signal ONmeans closed.
Back Door L.S
Save Door Auxiliary L.S Front safety guard auxiliary closed signal OFFmeans closed.
Carriage forward L.S signal.
Nozzle Contact
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
When chosen as core 2 L.S function, used as core 2 in stop
Core 2 In L.S
signal .(Optional)
When chosen as core 2 L.S function, used as core 2 out stop signal.
Core 2 Out L.S
(Optional)
When chosen as core 1 L.S function, used as core 1 in stop
Core 1 In L.S
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signal .(Optional)

No.

Content
Core 1 Out L.S

Description
When chosen as core 2 L.S function, used as core 2 out stop signal.
(Optional)
Nozzle Guard
Purge guard closed signal.(Optional)
Material Dropping Photo Photocell detects signal at auto mode.
Cell
High pressure signal
Accumulation pressurized signal.
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Ejector Back Confirm
Hydraulic Ejector returns Signal.
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Mold injector returns
Spare
Hydraulic Motor
Overload
Spare
Mold Screw Count
Signal
Mold Ad Count Sig.
Inj. Front Door L.S
Inj. Rear Door L.S
Robot controls ejector
forward
Mold Close Confirm
Mold Screw In L.S

Ejector backward stop proximity switch signal.


Spare
Pump motor overload signal.
Spare
Mold Screw counter signal input .(Optional)
Mold height adjustment signal input.
Input signal OFF means robot and injection machine connected.
Robot interlock signal, when ON mode open1 close in allowed.
Interlock input between robot and ejector, when ON ejector
forward is allowed.
Confirms signal of part taken out by robot.
Mold Screw forward stops L.S signal.

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No.

Content
Mold Screw Out L.S
Spare
Power source L.S
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank

Description
Mold Screw backward stop L.S signal.
Spare
Power failure detecting signal, ON means power OK.

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2.38.3 Input Mode Monitoring of Computer for Second Cylinder

Menu 40
INPUT
NO.
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42
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48
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54
57

MONITORING PAGE
CONTENT
FRONT DOOR L.S
NOZZLE CONTACT
CORE 2 IN L.S
CORE 1 OUT L.S
SAPRE
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
P DOOR CL BREAK
M.T. MOTOR OVER
UNSCREW COUNTER
ROBOT RETURN
UNSCREW IN LS.
SYSTEM FUNCTION
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

F1

F2

F3

NO.
01
04
07
10
13
16
19
22
25
28
31
34
37
40
43
46
49
52
55
58

F4

CONTENT
BACK DOOR L.S
MIN. MOLD TH. L.S.
CORE 2 OUT L.S
NOZZLE GUARD
SAPRE
SAPRE
SAPRE
SPARE
P DOOR OPEN BREAK
HYD. MOTOR OVER
MD. AD. COUNT SIG.
REBOT-EJECT OUT
UNSCREW OUT LS.
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

F5

F6

F7

NO.
02
05
08
11
14
17
20
23
26
29
32
35
38
41
44
47
50
53
56
59

F8

CONTENT
SAFE DOOR AUX L.S
MAX. MOLD TH. L.S.
CORE 1 IN L.S
PHOTO CELL
OT-LUBRICATION
SPARE
SAPRE
EJECTOR BACK
MOLD EJECTOR BACK
SPARE
ROBOT CONNECTING
ROBOT PICK-UP
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

F9

F10

This Menu provides customers to check the input signal from outside, when the decode
number turns to red, it means this input signal isON.The description is as
follows:
No.
Content
Description
Front safety guard closed signal ONmeans closed.
Front Door L.S
RearON safety guard closed signal ONmeans closed.
Back Door L.S
Save Door Auxiliary L.S Front safety guard auxiliary closed signal OFFmeans closed.
Carriage forward L.S signal.
Nozzle Contact
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
When chosen as core 2 L.S function, used as core 2 in stop
Core 2 In L.S
signal .(Optional)
When chosen as core 2 L.S function, used as core 2 out stop signal.
Core 2 Out L.S
(Optional)
When chosen as core 1 L.S function, used as core 1 in stop
Core 1 In L.S
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signal .(Optional)

No.

Content
Core 1 Out L.S

Nozzle Guard
Photo Cell
Clamp Cyl. Cl.End
Spare
Spare
Spare
Motor Start-Up
Gear Pitch Signal 1
Gear Pitch Signal 2
Lock-Up Open
Lock-Up Close
Cylinder returns signal
Clamp Cylinder. Relief
Ejector Back Confirm
Door decelerate
Door decelerate

mold injector returns


Spare
Hyd. Motor Overload
Hyd. Oil Temp. High
Mold Screw Count
Signal
Mold Ad Count Sig.
Inj. Front Door L.S
Inj. Rear Door L.S
Robot controls injector
forward
Robot opens mold
Mold Screw In L.S

Description
When chosen as core 2 L.S function, used as core 2 out stop signal.
(Optional)
Purge guard closed signal.(Optional)
Photocell detects signal at auto mode.
Accumulation pressurized signal.
Spare
Spare
Spare
Motor Y to running confirmation signal.
Gear pitch signals 1 confirmation signal.
Gear pitch signals 2-confirmation signal.
Lock-up open confirmation signal.
Lock-up close confirmation signal.
Position cylinder backward confirmation.
High-pressure cylinder leakage pressure switch.
Hydraulic Ejector returns Signal.
Pneumatic door closing deceleration signal.
Pneumatic door opening deceleration signal.
Ejector backward stop proximity switch signal.
Spare
Pump motor overload signal.
Emergency stop input for pneumatic door.
Mold Screw counter signal input .(Optional)
Mold height adjustment signal input.
Input signal OFF means robot in line.
Robot interlock signal, when ON mode open1 close in allowed.
Interlock input between robot and ejector, when ON ejector
forward is allowed.
Confirms signal of part taken- out by robot.
Mold Screw forward stops L.S signal.

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No.

Content
Mold Screw Out L.S
Spare
Power source L.S
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank

Description
Mold Screw backward stop L.S signal.
Spare
Power failure detects signal, ON means power source is normal.

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2.38.4 Input Node Monitoring of Computer for Combined Cylinder

Menu 40
INPUT
NO.
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03
06
09
12
15
18
21
24
27
30
33
36
39
42
45
48
51
54
57

MONITORING PAGE
CONTENT
FRONT DOOR L.S
NOZZLE CONTACT
CORE 2 IN L.S
CORE 1 OUT L.S
SAPRE
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
P DOOR CL BREAK
M.T. MOTOR OVER
UNSCREW COUNTER
ROBOT RETURN
UNSCREW IN LS.
SYSTEM FUNCTION
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

F1

F2

F3

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22
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43
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58

F4

CONTENT
BACK DOOR L.S
MIN. MOLD TH. L.S.
CORE 2 OUT L.S
NOZZLE GUARD
SAPRE
SAPRE
SAPRE
SPARE
P DOOR OPEN BREAK
HYD. MOTOR OVER
MD. AD. COUNT SIG.
REBOT-EJECT OUT
UNSCREW OUT LS.
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

F5

F6

F7

NO.
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05
08
11
14
17
20
23
26
29
32
35
38
41
44
47
50
53
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CONTENT
SAFE DOOR AUX L.S
MAX. MOLD TH. L.S.
CORE 1 IN L.S
PHOTO CELL
OT-LUBRICATION
SPARE
SAPRE
EJECTOR BACK
MOLD EJECTOR BACK
SPARE
ROBOT CONNECTING
ROBOT PICK-UP
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

F9

F10

This Menu provides users to check the input signal from outside, when the decode
number turns to red, it means this input signal isON. The description is as
follows:
No.
Content
Description
Front safety guard closed signal ONmeans closed.
Front Door L.S
RearON safety guard closed signal ONmeans closed.
Back Door L.S
Save Door Auxiliary L.S Front safety guard auxiliary closed signal OFFmeans closed.
Carriage forward L.S signal.
Nozzle Contact
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
When chosen as core 2 L.S function, used as core 2 in stop
Core 2 In L.S
signal .(Optional)
When chosen as core 2 L.S function, used as core 2 out stop signal.
Core 2 Out L.S
(Optional)
When chosen as core 1 L.S function, used as core 1 in stop
Core 1 In L.S
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No.

Content
Core 1 Out L.S

Nozzle Guard
Photo Cell
Clamp Cyl. Cl.End
Spare
Spare
Spare
Motor Start-Up
Gear Pitch Signal 1
Gear Pitch Signal 2
Lock-Up Open
Lock-Up Close
Pos. Cyl. Max. Pr. Pro.
Clamp Cyl. Relief
Ejector Back Confirm
Door deceleration
Door deceleration

Pos. Cyl. Str. Por.


Spare
Hyd. Motor Overload
Hyd. Oil Temp. High
Mold Screw Count
Signal
Mold Ad Count Sig.
Inj. Front Door L.S
Inj. Rear Door L.S
Clamp Cyl. Back Co.

Mold Close Confirm


Mold Screw In L.S

Description
When chosen as core 2 L.S function, used as core 2 out stop signal.
(Optional)
Purge guard closed signal.(Optional)
Photocell detects signal at auto mode.
Accumulation pressurized signal.
Spare
Spare
Spare
Motor Y to running confirmation signal.
Gear pitch signal 1 confirmation signal.
Gear pitch signal 2 confirmation signal.
Lock-up open confirmation signal.
Lock-up close confirmation signal.
Position cylinder backward confirmation.
High-pressure cylinder leakage pressure switch.
Hydraulic Ejector returns Signal.
Pneumatic door closing deceleration signal.
Pneumatic door opening deceleration signal.
Ejector backward stop proximity switch signal.
Spare
Pump motor overload signal.
Emergency stop input for pneumatic door.
Mold Screw counter signal input .(Optional)
Mold height adjustment signal input.
Input signal OFF means robot in line.
Robot interlock signal, when ON mode open1 close in allowed.
Interlock input between robot and ejector, when ON ejector
forward is allowed.
Confirms signal of part taken- out by robot.
Mold Screw forward stops L.S signal.

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Mold Screw Out L.S
Spare
Power source L.S
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Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank

Description
Mold Screw backward stop L.S signal.
Spare
Power failure detects signal, ON means power source is normal.

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2.39 Output Node Monitoring of Computer


2.39.1 Output Node Monitoring of Computer for Toggle Clamping

Menu 41
OUTPUT
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63
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69
72
75
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81
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90
93
96
99
102
105
108
111
114
117

MONITORING PAGE
CONTENT
PENU. DOOR CLOSE
INJECTIN
NOZZLE BACKWARD
EJECTOR BACKWARD
CORE 1 OUT
THINNER
ACCUM. INJECTION
AIRBLOW AT OPENING
CORE 2 OUT
BOOST
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
ALARM
SPARE

F1

F2

F3

NO.
61
64
67
70
73
76
79
82
85
88
91
94
97
100
103
106
109
112
115
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CONTENT
PNEU. DOOR OPEN
FEEDING
MOLD OPEN/CLOSE
BOOST CLAMPING
UNSCREW-IN
THICKER
PNEU.DOOR SLOW
FEEDING AT OPENING
LOCK-UP CLOSE
SPARE
SYSTEM FUNCTION
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
H. MOTOR START-UP
LUBRICATION
SPARE

F4

F5

F6

F7

NO.
62
65
68
71
74
77
80
83
86
89
92
95
98
101
104
107
110
113
116
119

F8

CONTENT
NOZZLE FORWARD
DECOMPRESSION
EJECTOR FORWARD
CORE 1 IN
UNSCREW-OUT
ACCUM. PRESSED
AIRBLOW AT END
CORE 2 IN
LOCK UP OPEN
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
H. MOTOR RUNNING
HEATER BAND
SPARE

F9

F10

This menu provides users to check the output signal from CDC-2000, when the code
number turns to red, it means this output signal is ON. The descriptions are as
below:
No.
Content
Description
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Carriage Forward Output
Nozzle Forward
Injection Output
Injection
Plasticizing Output
Feeding
Decompression Output
Decompression
Carriage Backward Output
Nozzle Backward
Mold Open /Close Output
Mold Open / Close
Output
Ejector Forward Output
Ejector Forward
Ejector Backward Output
Ejector Backward
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Boost Clamping
Core 1 In
Core 1 Out
Mold Screw In
Mold Screw Out
Thinner
Thicker
Spare
Spare
Spare
Airblow Ends
Airblow Opens
Feeding Opens
Core 2 In
Core 2 Out
Pos. Cylinder Forward
Pos. Cylinder Backward

Boost

Spare
Spare
Spare
System Used
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Blank
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Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank

No.

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Blank
Blank
Blank

Description
Carriage Forward Output
Core 1 In Output
Core 1 Out Output
Mold Screw Forward Output(Optional)
Mold Screw Backward Output(Optional)
Mold Height Adjustment Forward Output
Mold Height Adjustment Backward Output
Spare
Spare
Spare
Airblowing Output After Mold Opening
Airblowing Output After Mold Setting Position
Plasticizing Output When Opening Mold (Optional)
Core 2 In (Optional)
Core 2 Out (Optional)
When injection completed at auto mode, this output will ON.
Output signal for robot to take part out, when mold opened, this
output will ON.
When purchasing or double pump, this is aux. Flow rate
output.
Spare
Spare
Spare
System saving confirmation output.

Content

Description

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Hyd. Motor Running
Alarm
Not Used
Heater. Start-Up
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Blank
Blank

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2.39.2 Output Node Monitoring of Computer for High-Pressure Cylinder

Menu 41
OUTPUT
NO.
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63
66
69
72
75
78
81
84
87
90
93
96
99
102
105
108
111
114
117

MONITORING PAGE
CONTENT
PENU. DOOR CLOSE
INJECTIN
NOZZLE BACKWARD
EJECTOR BACKWARD
CORE 1 OUT
THINNER
ACCUM. INJECTION
AIRBLOW AT OPENING
CORE 2 OUT
BOOST
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
ALARM
SPARE

F1

F2

F3

NO.
61
64
67
70
73
76
79
82
85
88
91
94
97
100
103
106
109
112
115
118

CONTENT
PNEU. DOOR OPEN
FEEDING
MOLD OPEN/CLOSE
BOOST CLAMPING
UNSCREW-IN
THICKER
PNEU.DOOR SLOW
FEEDING AT OPENING
LOCK-UP CLOSE
SPARE
SYSTEM FUNCTION
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
H. MOTOR START-UP
LUBRICATION
SPARE

F4

F5

F6

F7

NO.
62
65
68
71
74
77
80
83
86
89
92
95
98
101
104
107
110
113
116
119

F8

CONTENT
NOZZLE FORWARD
DECOMPRESSION
EJECTOR FORWARD
CORE 1 IN
UNSCREW-OUT
ACCUM. PRESSED
AIRBLOW AT END
CORE 2 IN
LOCK UP OPEN
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
H. MOTOR RUNNING
HEATER BAND
SPARE

F9

F10

This menu provides customers to check the output signal from CDC-2000, when the
code number turns to red, it means this output signal is ON. The descriptions
are as below:
No.
Content
Description
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Carriage Forward Output
Nozzle Forward
Injection Output
Injection
Plasticizing Output
Feeding
Decompression Output
Decompression
Carriage Backward Output
Nozzle Backward
Mold Open /Close Output
Mold Open / Close
Output
Ejector Forward Output
Ejector Forward
Ejector Backward Output
Ejector Backward

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Content
Boost Clamping
Core 1 In
Core 1 Out
Mold Screw In
Mold Screw-Out
Spare
Spare
Full-Oil Value
High pressure relief
Spare
Airblow at End
Airblow at Opening
Spare
Core 2 In
Core 2 Out
Pos. Cylinder Forward
Pos. Cylinder Backward

Boost

Description
Carriage Forward Output
Core 1 In Output
Core 1 Out Output
Mold Screw Forward Output(Optional)
Mold Screw Backward Output(Optional)
Spare
Spare
Full-Oil Value Output for Mold-Opening
Leakage Pressure Output for Mold-Opening
Spare
Airblowing Output After Mold Opening
Airblowing Output After Mold Setting Position
Spare
Core 2 In (Optional)
Core 2 Out (Optional)
After completion of injection at auto mode, this output will ON.
Output signal for robot to take part out, when mold opens, this
output will ON.
When purchasing or double pump, this is aux. Flow rate
output.

Lock-Up Close
Super Fast Mold-Closing
Clamp Cyl. Close
Clamping Low Pressure Output
System Used
System Saving Confirmation Output.
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No.

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Content

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Hyd. Motor Startup
Hyd. Motor Running

When pump Y startup, then output ON.


When pump Y startup and through TIM 48 time setting, turns
into running mode and output is ON
Alarm
When abnormal thing occurs, ON is the alarm
Oil temperature entrance Oil-temperature value output
control
Heater. Start-Up
When heater choose to heat up and output is ON
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2.39.3 Output Node Monitoring of Computer for Second Cylinder

Menu 41
OUTPUT
NO.
60
63
66
69
72
75
78
81
84
87
90
93
96
99
102
105
108
111
114
117

MONITORING PAGE
CONTENT
PENU. DOOR CLOSE
INJECTIN
NOZZLE BACKWARD
EJECTOR BACKWARD
CORE 1 OUT
THINNER
ACCUM. INJECTION
AIRBLOW AT OPENING
CORE 2 OUT
BOOST
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
ALARM
SPARE

F1

F2

F3

NO.
61
64
67
70
73
76
79
82
85
88
91
94
97
100
103
106
109
112
115
118

CONTENT
PNEU. DOOR OPEN
FEEDING
MOLD OPEN/CLOSE
BOOST CLAMPING
UNSCREW-IN
THICKER
PNEU.DOOR SLOW
FEEDING AT OPENING
LOCK-UP CLOSE
SPARE
SYSTEM FUNCTION
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
H. MOTOR START-UP
LUBRICATION
SPARE

F4

F5

F6

F7

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89
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98
101
104
107
110
113
116
119

F8

CONTENT
NOZZLE FORWARD
DECOMPRESSION
EJECTOR FORWARD
CORE 1 IN
UNSCREW-OUT
ACCUM. PRESSED
AIRBLOW AT END
CORE 2 IN
LOCK UP OPEN
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
H. MOTOR RUNNING
HEATER BAND
SPARE

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This menu provides users to check the output signal from CDC-2000, when the code
number turns to red, it means this output signal is ON. The descriptions are as
below:
No.
Content
Description
When the pneumatic door is closing, this signal will ON.
Pro. Flow Value
When the pneumatic door is opening, this signal will ON.
Back-Pressure
Carriage Forward Output
Nozzle Forward
Injection Output
Injection
Plasticizing Output
Feeding
Decompression Output
Decompression
Carriage Backward Output
Nozzle Backward
Mold Open /Close Output
Mold Open / Close
Output
Ejector Forward Output
Ejector Forward
Ejector Backward Output
Ejector Backward

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cylinder locking up
Core 1 In
Core 1 Out
Mold Screw In
Mold Screw Out
Thinner
Thicker
Accum. Pressurized
Accum. Injection
door decelerated
Airblow at End
Airblow at Opening
Feeding at Opening
Core 2 In
Core 2 Out
Pos. Cylinder Forward
Pos. Cylinder Backward

Boost

Lock-Up Close
Lock-Up Open
Clamp Cyl. Close
System Used
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No.

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Description
Cylinder locking up output.
Core 1 In Output
Core 1 Out output
Mold Screw Forward Output(Optional)
Mold Screw Backward Output(Optional)
Mold Height Adjustment Forward Output
Mold Height Adjustment Backward Output
Accumulator output
Accumulator assist injection
When pneumatic door is decelerating, this output is ON.
Airblowing Output After Mold Opening
Airblowing Output After Mold Setting Position
Plasticizing Output When Opening Mold (Optional)
Core 2 In (Optional)
Core 2 Out (Optional)
When completion of injection at auto mode, this output will ON.
Output signal for robot to take part out, when mold opened, this
output will ON.
When purchasing or double pump, this is aux. Flow rate
output.
Lock-Up Close Output
Lock-Up Open Output
Output node of high-pressure cylinder for mold closing.
System saving confirmation output.

Content

Description

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Hyd. Motor Startup
Hyd.Motor Running

Alarm
Gear Pitch Motor
Heater. Start-Up
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When the pump Y start up, then output ON.


When pump Y startup and through TIM 48 time setting, turns
into running mode and output is ON
Gear Pitch Motor is Running.
When heater choose to heat up and output is ON

2.39.4 Output Node Monitoring of Computer for Combined Cylinder

Menu 41
OUTPUT
NO.
60
63
66
69
72
75
78
81
84
87
90
93
96
99
102
105
108
111
114
117

MONITORING PAGE
CONTENT
PENU. DOOR CLOSE
INJECTIN
NOZZLE BACKWARD
EJECTOR BACKWARD
CORE 1 OUT
THINNER
ACCUM. INJECTION
AIRBLOW AT OPENING
CORE 2 OUT
BOOST
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
ALARM
SPARE

F1

F2

F3

NO.
61
64
67
70
73
76
79
82
85
88
91
94
97
100
103
106
109
112
115
118

CONTENT
PNEU. DOOR OPEN
FEEDING
MOLD OPEN/CLOSE
BOOST CLAMPING
UNSCREW-IN
THICKER
PNEU.DOOR SLOW
FEEDING AT OPENING
LOCK-UP CLOSE
SPARE
SYSTEM FUNCTION
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
H. MOTOR START-UP
LUBRICATION
SPARE

F4

F5

F6

F7

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77
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89
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95
98
101
104
107
110
113
116
119

F8

CONTENT
NOZZLE FORWARD
DECOMPRESSION
EJECTOR FORWARD
CORE 1 IN
UNSCREW-OUT
ACCUM. PRESSED
AIRBLOW AT END
CORE 2 IN
LOCK UP OPEN
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
H. MOTOR RUNNING
HEATER BAND
SPARE

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This menu provides users to check the output signal from CDC-2000, when the code
number turns to red, it means this output signal is ON. The descriptions are as
below:
No.
Content
Description
Close pneumatic door When the pneumatic door is closing, this signal will ON.
Open pneumatic door When the pneumatic door is opening, this signal will ON.
Carriage Forward Output
Nozzle Forward
Injection Output
Injection
Plasticizing Output
Feeding
Decompression Output
Decompression
Carriage Backward Output
Nozzle Backward
Mold Open /Close Output
Mold Open / Close
Output
Ejector Forward Output
Ejector Forward
Ejector Backward Output
Ejector Backward

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Boozer Clamping
Core 1 In
Core 1 Out
Mold Screw In
Mold Screw Out
Thinner
Thicker
Accum. Pressurized
Accum. Injection
Accum. Pr. Relief
Airblow at End
Airblow at Opening
Feeding at Opening
Core 2 In
Core 2 Out
Pos. Cylinder Forward
Pos. Cylinder Backward

Boost

Lock-Up Close
Lock-Up Open
Clamp Cyl. Close
System Used
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No.

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Description
Carriage Forward Output
Core 1 In Output
Core 1 Out Output
Mold Screw Forward Output(Optional)
Mold Screw Backward Output(Optional)
Mold Height Adjustment Forward Output
Mold Height Adjustment Backward Output
Accumulator Output
Accumulator Assist Injection
When pneumatic door is decelerating, this output is ON.
Airblowing Output After Mold Opening
Airblowing Output After Mold Setting Position
Plasticizing Output When Opening Mold (Optional)
Core 2 In (Optional)
Core 2 Out (Optional)
When completion of injection at auto mode, this output will ON.
Output signal for robot to take part out, when mold opened, this
output will ON.
When purchasing or double pump, this is aux. Flow rate
output.
Lock-Up Close Output
Lock-Up Open Output
Output Node of High Pressure Cylinder for Mold-Closing.
System saving confirmation output.

Content

Description

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Hyd. Motor Startup
Hydraulic Motor
Running
Alarm
Spare
Thermo. Start-Up
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Blank

When the pump startup, then output is ON.


Y original status after TIM48 setting, becomes , working status,
output is ON.
Under the unusual condition, ON represent the alarm.
Spare
Electrical heaters output is ON

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2.40 Function Selection Setup


2.40.1 Function Selection Setup for Toggle Clamping

Menu 32
FUNCTION SETTING MODE

FUNCTION SETTING
SELECT

PHOTO CELL FUNCTION

ACCUMLATOR INJECTION
HYDRAULIC MOLD CLAMPER

THERMOSET MOLD HIGH-PRESSURE DEGAS

THERMOSET MOLD OPEN DEGAS


AUTO. MOLD EXCHANGE

MULTI MOLD OPENING FUNCTION

EXTRUSION
SPARE 2

SPARE 3

SPARE 4
AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF FUNCTION AAAAAAAAAAAAA

F1

F2

F3

F4

Move cursor to set parameter. Press

F5

F6

F7

to open or

F8

F9

F10

to clear and push

to complete

a correction. Code descriptions for menu 32 is as follows:


D) BBB: Photo-cell function
E) CCC: Spare
F) DDD: Spare
G) EEE: Spare
H) FFF: Spare
I) GGG: Spare
J) HHH: Spare
K) III: Spare
L) JJJ: Spare
M) KKK: Spare
N) LLL: Accessories selecting for auto cleaning barrel.
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O) AAAAAAAAAAAAA: Auto shut-off function. Either press

or

to make

to complete the selection.

a pick among following four modes, and push

Code descriptions for function selections are as follows:


L.a) Auto shut-off function off.
L.b) Hydraulic pump off: This is applied when abnormal conditions occur.
L.c) Heater Off: Heater off when abnormal conditions occur.
L.d) Hydraulic Pump and Heater Off: Both hydraulic pump and heater should be
off during abnormal conditions.
2.40.2

Function Selection Setup for High-Pressure Cylinder

Menu 32
FUNCTION SETTING MODE

FUNCTION SETTING
SELECT

PHOTO CELL FUNCTION

ACCUMLATOR INJECTION
HYDRAULIC MOLD CLAMPER

THERMOSET MOLD HIGH-PRESSURE DEGAS

THERMOSET MOLD OPEN DEGAS


AUTO. MOLD EXCHANGE

MULTI MOLD OPENING FUNCTION


EXTRUSION

SPARE 2

SPARE 3
SPARE 4

AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF FUNCTION AAAAAAAAAAAAA

F1

F2

F3

F4

Move cursor to set parameter. Push

F5

F6

F7

to open or

F8

F9

F10

to closeand push

to complete

a correction. Code descriptions for menu 32 is as follows:


A) BBB: Photo-cell function
B) CCC: Spare
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C) DDD: Spare
D) EEE: Spare
E) FFF: Spare
F) GGG: Spare
G) HHH: Spare
H) III: Spare
I) JJJ: Spare
J) KKK: Spare
K) LLL: Accessories selection for auto clamping barrel.
L) AAAAAAAAAAAAA: Auto shut-off function. Either press
pick among following four modes, and push

or

to make a

to complete the selection.

Code

descriptions for function selections are as follows:


L.a) Auto shut-off function off.
L.b) Hydraulic pump off: This is applied when abnormal conditions occur.
L.c) Heater Off: Heater off when abnormal conditions occur.
L.d) Hydraulic Pump and Heater Off: Both hydraulic pump and heater are off
during abnormal conditions.

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2.40.3

Function Selection Setup for Second Cylinder

Menu 32
FUNCTION SETTING MODE

FUNCTION SETTING
SELECT

PHOTO CELL FUNCTION

ACCUMLATOR INJECTION
HYDRAULIC MOLD CLAMPER

THERMOSET MOLD HIGH-PRESSURE DEGAS

THERMOSET MOLD OPEN DEGAS


AUTO. MOLD EXCHANGE

MULTI MOLD OPENING FUNCTION

EXTRUSION
SPARE 2

SPARE 3

SPARE 4
AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF FUNCTION AAAAAAAAAAAAA

F1

F2

F3

F4

Move cursor to set parameter. Press

F5

F6

F7

to open or

F8

F9

F10

to clear and push

to complete

a correction. Code descriptions for menu 32 is as follows:


P) BBB: Photo-cell function
Q) CCC: Spare
R) DDD: Spare
S) EEE: Spare
T) FFF: Spare
U) GGG: Spare
V) HHH: Spare
W) III: Spare
X) JJJ: Spare
Y) KKK: Spare
Z) LLL: Accessories selecting for auto cleaning barrel.

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AA) AAAAAAAAAAAAA: Auto shut-off function. Either press

or

to make

to complete the selection.

a pick among following four modes, and push

Code descriptions for function selections are as follows:


L.a) Auto shut-off function off.
L.b) Hydraulic pump off: This is applied when abnormal conditions occur.
L.c) Heater Off: Heater off when abnormal conditions occur.
L.d) Hydraulic Pump and heater Off: Both hydraulic pump and heater are off
during abnormal conditions.
2.40.4 Function Selection Setup for Combined Cylinder

Menu 32
FUNCTION SETTING MODE

FUNCTION SETTING
SELECT

PHOTO CELL FUNCTION

ACCUMLATOR INJECTION
HYDRAULIC MOLD CLAMPER

THERMOSET MOLD HIGH-PRESSURE DEGAS

THERMOSET MOLD OPEN DEGAS


AUTO. MOLD EXCHANGE

MULTI MOLD OPENING FUNCTION

EXTRUSION
SPARE 2

SPARE 3

SPARE 4
AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF FUNCTION AAAAAAAAAAAAA

F1

F2

F3

F4

Move cursor to set parameter. Press

F5

F6

F7

to open or

F8

F9

F10

to clear and push

to complete

a correction. Code descriptions for menu 32 is as follows:


BB) BBB: Photo-cell function
CC) CCC: Spare
DD) DDD: Spare
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EE) EEE: Spare


FF) FFF: Spare
GG) GGG: Spare
HH) HHH: Spare
II) III: Spare
JJ) JJJ: Spare
KK) KKK: Spare
LL) LLL: Accessories selecting for auto cleaning barrel.
MM) AAAAAAAAAAAAA: Auto shut-off function. Either press
a pick among following four modes, and push

or

to pick

to complete the selection.

Code descriptions for function selections are as follows:


L.a) Auto shut-off function off.
L.b) Hydraulic pump off: This is applied when abnormal conditions occur.
L.c) Heater Off: Heater off when abnormal conditions occur.
L.d) Hydraulic Pump and heater Off: Both hydraulic pump and heater are off
during abnormal conditions.

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2.41 Spare Speed-Pressure Setup


2.41.1 Spare Speed Pressure Setup for Toggle Clamping Menu 33

Menu33
SPARE SPEED / PRESSURE SETTING

SPEED / PRESSURE SETTING


SPEED %
AA
ACCUMLATOR FILLING
HYDRAULIC SHUT-OFF NOZZLE
CC
EE
SPECIAL LOWW-PRESSURE CLAMPING MODE
GG
QUICK-MOVING CYLINDER MOLD ADJUSTMENT
II
KK
POSITIONING CYLINDER MOLD RELIF
MM
AUTO. CLAMPING FORCE ADJUSTMENT
POSITIONING CYLINDER FORWARD
OO
QQ
HYDRAULIC MOLD ADJUSTMENT - FORWARD
SS
HYDRAULIC MOLD ADJUSTMENT BACKWARD
UU
WW

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

PRESSURE%
BB
DD
FF
HH
JJ
LL
NN
PP
RR
TT
VV
XX

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to set-parameter of opening mold. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions of menu 33 are as follows:


A) AA: Spare Speed Setting
B) BB: Spare Pressure Setting
C) CC: Spare Speed Setting
D) DD: Spare Pressure Setting
E) EE: Spare Speed Setting
F) FF: Spare Pressure Setting
G) GG: Feeding Speed Setting Before Injection
H) HH: Feeding Pressure Setting Before Injection
I) II: Clamping Speed Setting Before Adjustment
J) JJ: Clamping Pressure Setting
K) KK: Spare Speed Setting
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L) LL: Spare Pressure Setting


M) MM: Spare Speed Setting
N) NN: Spare Pressure Setting
O) OO: Spare Speed Setting
P) PP: Spare Pressure Setting
Q) QQ: Spare Speed Setting
R) RR: Spare Pressure Setting
S) SS: Spare Speed Setting
T) TT: Spare Pressure Setting
U) UU: Spare Speed Setting
V) VV: Spare Pressure Setting
W) WW: Spare Speed Setting
X) XX: Spare Pressure Setting
2.41.2 Spare Speed Pressure Setup for High-Pressure Cylinder

Menu 33
SPARE SPEED / PRESSURE SETTING

SPEED / PRESSURE SETTING


SPEED %
AA
ACCUMLATOR FILLING
HYDRAULIC SHUT-OFF NOZZLE
CC
EE
SPECIAL LOWW-PRESSURE CLAMPING MODE
GG
QUICK-MOVING CYLINDER MOLD ADJUSTMENT
II
KK
POSITIONING CYLINDER MOLD RELIF
MM
AUTO. CLAMPING FORCE ADJUSTMENT
POSITIONING CYLINDER FORWARD
OO
HYDRAULIC MOLD ADJUSTMENT - FORWARD
QQ
SS
HYDRAULIC MOLD ADJUSTMENT BACKWARD
UU
WW

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

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PRESSURE%
BB
DD
FF
HH
JJ
LL
NN
PP
RR
TT
VV
XX

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Move cursor to set parameter of opening mold. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions of menu 33 are as follows:


A) AA: Spare
B) BB: Spare
C) CC: Spare
D) DD: Spare
E) EE: Spare
F) FF: Spare
G) GG: Spare
H) HH: Spare
I) II: Spare
J) JJ: Spare
K) KK: Spare
L) LL: Spare
M) MM: Spare
N) NN: Spare
O) OO: Spare
P) PP: Spare
Q) QQ: Spare
R) RR: Spare
S) SS: Spare
T) TT: Spare
U) UU: Spare
V) VV: Spare
W) WW: Spare
X) XX: Spare
2.41.3 Spare Speed Pressure Setup for Second Clamping

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Menu 41
OUTPUT
NO.
60
63
66
69
72
75
78
81
84
87
90
93
96
99
102
105
108
111
114
117

MONITORING PAGE
CONTENT
PENU. DOOR CLOSE
INJECTIN
NOZZLE BACKWARD
EJECTOR BACKWARD
CORE 1 OUT
THINNER
ACCUM. INJECTION
AIRBLOW AT OPENING
CORE 2 OUT
BOOST
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
ALARM
SPARE

F1

F2

F3

NO.
61
64
67
70
73
76
79
82
85
88
91
94
97
100
103
106
109
112
115
118

CONTENT
PNEU. DOOR OPEN
FEEDING
MOLD OPEN/CLOSE
BOOST CLAMPING
UNSCREW-IN
THICKER
PNEU.DOOR SLOW
FEEDING AT OPENING
LOCK-UP CLOSE
SPARE
SYSTEM FUNCTION
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
H. MOTOR START-UP
LUBRICATION
SPARE

F4

F5

F6

NO.
62
65
68
71
74
77
80
83
86
89
92
95
98
101
104
107
110
113
116
119

F7

F8

CONTENT
NOZZLE FORWARD
DECOMPRESSION
EJECTOR FORWARD
CORE 1 IN
UNSCREW-OUT
ACCUM. PRESSED
AIRBLOW AT END
CORE 2 IN
LOCK UP OPEN
SAPRE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
H. MOTOR RUNNING
HEATER BAND
SPARE

F9

F10

Move cursor to set parameter of opening mold. Key in desired digits and press
complete a correction. Code descriptions of menu 33 are as follows:

to

A) AA: Speed Setup for Accumulator Pressurized


B) BB: Pressure Setup for Accumulator Pressurized
C) CC: Speed Setup for Hydraulic Nozzles
D) DD: Pressure Setup for Hydraulic Nozzles
E) EE: Speed Setup for Special Mold-closing Low-pressure
F) FF: Pressure Setup for Special Mold-closing Low-pressure
G) GG: Speed Setup for Spare 1
H) HH: Pressure Setup for Speed 1
I) II: Speed Setup for Booster Cylinder Mold Adjustment
J) JJ: Pressure Setup for Booster Cylinder Mold Adjustment
K) KK: Pressure Relief Speed Setup for Positioning Cylinder
L) LL: Pressure Relief Pressure Setup for Positioning Cylinder
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M) MM: Speed Setup for Auto Clamping Adjustment


N) NN: Pressure Setup for Auto Clamping Adjustment
O) OO: Speed Setup for Positioning Cylinder Forward
P) PP: Pressure Setup for Positioning Cylinder Forward
Q) QQ: Speed Setup for Hydraulic Mold Adjustment Forward
R) RR: Pressure Setup for Hydraulic Mold Adjustment Forward
S) SS: Speed Setup for Hydraulic Mold Adjustment Backward
T) TT: Pressure Setup for Hydraulic Mold Adjustment Backward
U) UU: Spare 2 for speed setup
V) VV: Spare 2 for pressure setup
W) WW: Spare 2 for speed setup
X) XX: Spare 3 for pressure setup

2.41.4 Spare Speed Pressure Setup for Combined Cylinder Menu 33

Menu33
SPARE SPEED / PRESSURE SETTING

SPEED / PRESSURE SETTING


SPEED %
AA
ACCUMLATOR FILLING
HYDRAULIC SHUT-OFF NOZZLE
CC
EE
SPECIAL LOWW-PRESSURE CLAMPING MODE
GG
QUICK-MOVING CYLINDER MOLD ADJUSTMENT
II
KK
POSITIONING CYLINDER MOLD RELIF
MM
AUTO. CLAMPING FORCE ADJUSTMENT
POSITIONING CYLINDER FORWARD
OO
QQ
HYDRAULIC MOLD ADJUSTMENT - FORWARD
SS
HYDRAULIC MOLD ADJUSTMENT BACKWARD
UU
WW

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

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PRESSURE%
BB
DD
FF
HH
JJ
LL
NN
PP
RR
TT
VV
XX

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Move cursor to set parameter of opening mold. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions of menu 33 are as follows:


A) AA: Speed Setup for Accumulator Pressurized .(optional)
B) BB: Pressure Setup for Accumulator Pressurized .(optional)
C) CC: Speed Setup for Hydraulic Nozzle. (optional)
D) DD: Pressure Setup for Hydraulic Nozzle. (optional)
E) EE: Speed Setup for Special Mold-closing Low Pressure. (optional)
F) FF: Pressure Setup for Special Mold-closing Low Pressure. (optional)
G) GG: spare Speed Setup
H) HH: Spare Pressure Setup
I) II: Speed Setup for Booster Cylinder Mold Adjustment
J) JJ: Pressure Setup for Booster Cylinder Mold Adjustment
K) KK: Pressure Relief Speed Setup for Positioning Cylinder
L) LL: Pressure Relief Pressure Setup for Positioning Cylinder
M) MM: Speed Setup for Auto Clamping Adjustment
N) NN: Pressure Setup for Auto Clamping Adjustment
O) OO: Speed Setup for Positioning Cylinder Forward
P) PPL Pressure Setup for Positioning Cylinder Forward
Q) QQ: Speed Setup for Hydraulic Mold Adjustment Forward
R) RR: Pressure Setup for Hydraulic Mold Adjustment Forward
S) SS: Speed Setup for Hydraulic Mold Adjustment Backward
T) TT: Pressure Setup for Hydraulic Mold Adjustment Backward
U) UU: Spare Speed Setup
V) VV: Spare Pressure Setup
W) WW: Spare Speed Setup
X) XX: Spare Pressure Setup

2.42 Spare Counter Set

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2.42.1 Spare Counter Setup for Toggle Clamping

Menu34
COUNTER

SETTING

COUNTER
MOLD PROCTION FUNCTION
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR ACTING TIMES
SPARE 2
SPARE 3

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

SET
AAAAA
BBBBB
CCCCC
DDDDD
EEEEE

F7

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to set parameter of opening mold. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions of menu 34 are as follows:


A) AAAAA: Spare Counter Cnt 09
B) BBBBB: Spare Counter Cnt 13
C) CCCCC: Program Counter Cnt 15, Auto Cleaning Times. (Optional)
D) DDDDD: Spare Counter Cnt 16
E) EEEEE: Spare Counter Cnt 17

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2.42.2 Spare Counter Setup for High-pressure Cylinder

Menu34
COUNTER

SETTING

COUNTER
MOLD PROCTION FUNCTION
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR ACTING TIMES
SPARE 2
SPARE 3

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

SET
AAAAA
BBBBB
CCCCC
DDDDD
EEEEE

F7

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to set parameter of opening mold. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions of menu 34 are as follows:


A) AAAAA: Spare Counter Cnt 09
B) BBBBB: Spare Counter Cnt 13
C) CCCCC: Program Counter Cnt 15, Auto Cleaning Times. (Optional)
D) DDDDD: Spare Counter Cnt 16
E) EEEEE: Spare Counter Cnt 17

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2.42.3 Spare Counter Setup for Second Cylinder

Menu34
COUNTER

SETTING

COUNTER
MOLD PROCTION FUNCTION
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR ACTING TIMES
SPARE 2
SPARE 3

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

SET
AAAAA
BBBBB
CCCCC
DDDDD
EEEEE

F7

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to set parameter of opening mold. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions of menu 34 are as follows:


A) AAAAA: Spare Counter Cnt 09
B) BBBBB: Spare Counter Cnt 13
C) CCCCC: Program Counter Cnt 15, Auto Cleaning Times. (Optional)
D) DDDDD: Spare Counter Cnt 16
E) EEEEE: Spare Counter Cnt 17

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2.43 Spare Timer Unit Description


2.43.1 Spare Timer Unit Description for Toggle Clamping

Menu35
TIMER SETTING

TIMER
SET (SEC)
CYCLE TIME AAAA.A
INTERMISSION BBBB.B
ALARM OF FEEDING DURING MOLD OPENING CCCC.C
ALARM OF ACCUMLATOR PRESSURIZED DDDD.D
DEFECT OUTPUT TIME ALARM EEEE.E
SPARE FFFF.F
SPARE GGGG.G
EJECT-OUT PAUSE HHHH.H
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR FORWARD STROKE IIII.I
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR BACKWARD STROKE JJJJ.J
EMTRUSION KKK.KK
LLLL.L
MMMM.M

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to set parameter of opening mold. Key in desired digits and press

to

complete a correction. Code descriptions of menu 35 are as follows:


A). AAAA.A: Timer Tim 03, time for cycle time alarm
B) BBBB.B: Timer Tim 02, delay time from finishing of ejector action to next mold-closing
C) CCCC.C: Timer Tim 08, plasticizing stroke check time when plasticizing and opening mold
simultaneously. (optional)
D) DDDD.D: Spare Timer Tim 30
F) EEEE.E: Spare Timer Tim 32
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2.42.4 Spare Counter Setup for combined Clamping

Menu34
COUNTER

SETTING

COUNTER
MOLD PROCTION FUNCTION
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR ACTING TIMES
SPARE 2
SPARE 3

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

SET
AAAAA
BBBBB
CCCCC
DDDDD
EEEEE

F7

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to set parameter of opening mold. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions of menu 34 are as follows:


A) AAAAA: Spare Counter Cnt 09
B) BBBBB: Spare Counter Cnt 13
C) CCCCC: Program Counter Cnt 15, Auto Cleaning Times. (Optional)
D) DDDDD: Spare Counter Cnt 16
E) EEEEE: Spare Counter Cnt 17

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G) GGGG.G: Spare Timer Tim 05


H) HHHH.H: Spare Timer Tim 31
I) I I I I .I: Timer Tim 24, delay time for ejector action after mold opening at auto mode
J) J J J J .J: Spare Timer Tim 36
K) KKKK.K Spare Timer Tim 37
L) LLLL.L: Spare Timer Tim 33
M) MMMM.M: Spare Timer Tim 34
2.43.2 Spare Timer Unit Description for High-pressure Cylinder

Menu35
TIMER SETTING

TIMER
SET (SEC)
CYCLE TIME AAAA.A
INTERMISSION BBBB.B
ALARM OF FEEDING DURING MOLD OPENING CCCC.C
ALARM OF ACCUMLATOR PRESSURIZED DDDD.D
DEFECT OUTPUT TIME ALARM EEEE.E
SPARE FFFF.F
SPARE GGGG.G
EJECT-OUT PAUSE HHHH.H
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR FORWARD STROKE IIII.I
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR BACKWARD STROKE JJJJ.J
EMTRUSION KKK.KK
LLLL.L
MMMM.M

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to set parameter of opening mold. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions of menu 35 are as follows:


A). AAAA.A: Timer Tim 03, time for cycle time alarm
B) BBBB.B: Timer Tim 02, delay time from finishing of ejector action to next mold starting.
C) CCCC.C: Timer Tim 08, automatically clean plasticizing barrel timer. (optional)
D) DDDD.D: Spare Timer Tim 30
N) EEEE.E: Spare Timer Tim 32
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O) GGGG.G: Spare Timer Tim 05


P) HHHH.H: Spare Timer Tim 31
Q) I I I I .I: Timer Tim 24, delay time for ejector action after mold opining at auto mode
R) J J J J .J: Spare Timer Tim 36
S) KKKK.K Spare Timer Tim 37
T) LLLL.L: Spare Timer Tim 33
U) MMMM.M: Spare Timer Tim 34
2.43.3 Spare Timer Unit Description for Second Cylinder

Menu35
TIMER SETTING

TIMER
SET (SEC)
CYCLE TIME AAAA.A
INTERMISSION BBBB.B
ALARM OF FEEDING DURING MOLD OPENING CCCC.C
ALARM OF ACCUMLATOR PRESSURIZED DDDD.D
DEFECT OUTPUT TIME ALARM EEEE.E
SPARE FFFF.F
SPARE GGGG.G
EJECT-OUT PAUSE HHHH.H
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR FORWARD STROKE IIII.I
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR BACKWARD STROKE JJJJ.J
EMTRUSION KKK.KK
LLLL.L
MMMM.M

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to set parameter of opening mold. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions of menu 35 are as follows:


A). AAAA.A: Timer Tim 03, time for cycle time alarm
B) BBBB.B: Timer Tim 02, delay time from finishing of ejector action to next mold-closing
C) CCCC.C: Timer Tim 08, plasticizing stroke check time when simultaneous plasticizing and
opening mold. (optional)
D)DDDD.D: Spare Timer Tim 30
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E) EEEE.E: Spare Timer Tim 32


F) GGGG.G: Spare Timer Tim 05
G) HHHH.H: Spare Timer Tim 31
H) I I I I .I: Timer Tim 24, delay time for ejector action after mold opining at auto mode
I) J J J J .J: Spare Timer Tim 36
J) KKKK.K Spare Timer Tim 37
K) LLLL.L: Spare Timer Tim 33
L) MMMM.M: Spare Timer Tim 34
2.43.4 Spare Timer Unit Description for Combined Clamping

Menu35
TIMER SETTING

TIMER
SET (SEC)
CYCLE TIME AAAA.A
INTERMISSION BBBB.B
ALARM OF FEEDING DURING MOLD OPENING CCCC.C
ALARM OF ACCUMLATOR PRESSURIZED DDDD.D
DEFECT OUTPUT TIME ALARM EEEE.E
SPARE FFFF.F
SPARE GGGG.G
EJECT-OUT PAUSE HHHH.H
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR FORWARD STROKE IIII.I
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR BACKWARD STROKE JJJJ.J
EMTRUSION KKK.KK
LLLL.L
MMMM.M

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

Move cursor to set parameter of opening mold. Key in desired digits and press

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions of menu 35 are as follows:


A). AAAA.A: Timer Tim 03, time for cycle time alarm
B) BBBB.B: Timer Tim 02, delay time from finishing of ejector action to next mold-closing
C) CCCC.C: Timer Tim 08, plasticizing stroke check time when simultaneous plasticizing and
opening mold. (optional)
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D)DDDD.D: Spare Timer Tim 30


E)EEEE.E: Spare Timer Tim 32
F) GGGG.G: Spare Timer Tim 05
G) HHHH.H: Spare Timer Tim 31
H) I I I I .I: Timer Tim 24, delay time for ejector action after mold opining at auto mode
I) J J J J .J: Spare Timer Tim 36
J) KKKK.K Spare Timer Tim 37
K) LLLL.L: Spare Timer Tim 33
L) MMMM.M: Spare Timer Tim 34

2.44 Record Menu of Breakdown


Menu 49-A

MALFUCTION RECORD PAGE 1


RECORD TIME
10/17 15:25:40
10/17 15:25:40
10/17 15:21:20
10/17 15:20:10
10/17 15:19:49
10/17 15:15:50
10/17 15:14:40
10/17 15:13:30
10/17 15:12:45
10/17 15:12:40
10/17 15:11:00
10/17 15:10:50
10/17 15:10:40
10/17 15:10:30
10/17 15:09:20
10/17 15:02:20
10/17 15:01:10

058
019
019
088
088
088
088
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
088
116
115

CONTENT
NOZZLE GUARD OS NOT CLOSED
FRONT SAFTY DOOR DID NOT CLOSE
REAR SAFTY DOOR DID NOT CLOSE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
TC TEMP. TOO HIGH
T6 TEMP. TOO HIGH
T5 TEMP. TOO HIGH
T4 TEMP. TOO HIGH
T3 TEMP. TOO HIGH
T2 TEMP. TOO HIGH
T1 TEMP. TOO HIGH
SPARE
TC TEMP. TOO HIGH
T6 TEMP. TOO HIGH

D
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

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MALFUCTION RECORD PAGE 2


RECORD TIME
10/17 14:25:40
10/17 14:25:40
10/17 14:21:20
10/17 14:20:10
10/17 14:19:49
10/17 14:14:50
10/17 14:14:40
10/17 14:13:30
10/17 14:12:45
10/17 14:12:40
10/17 14:11:00
10/17 14:10:50
10/17 14:10:40
10/17 14:10:30
10/17 14:09:20
10/17 14:02:20
10/17 14:01:10

113
112
111
110
088
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
088
116
115
113
112

T4 TEMP.
T3 TEMP.
T2 TEMP.
T1 TEMP.
SPARE
TC TEMP.
T6 TEMP.
T5 TEMP.
T4 TEMP.
T3 TEMP.
T2 TEMP.
T1 TEMP.
SPARE
TC TEMP.
T6 TEMP.
T4 TEMP.
T3 TEMP.

CONTENT
TOO HIGH
TOO HIGH
TOO HIGH
TOO HIGH
TOO
TOO
TOO
TOO
TOO
TOO
TOO

HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH

TOO
TOO
TOO
TOO

HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH

D
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

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MALFUCTION RECORD PAGE 3


RECORD TIME
10/17 13:25:40
10/17 13:25:40
10/17 13:21:20
10/17 13:20:10
10/17 13:19:49
10/17 13:13:50
10/17 14:25:40
10/17 14:21:20
10/17 14:20:10
10/17 14:19:49
10/17 14:14:50
10/17 14:14:40
10/17 14:13:30
10/17 14:12:45
10/17 14:12:40
10/17 14:11:00
10/17 14:10:50

113
112
111
110
117
110
088
117
002
002
002
001
001
001
117
001
001

CONTENT
T4 TEMP. TOO HIGH
T3 TEMP. TOO HIGH
T2 TEMP. TOO HIGH
T1 TEMP. TOO HIGH
INPUT ERROR
00000
SET
T1 TEMP. TOO HIGH
SPARE
INPUT ERROR
00000
SET
CONTROLLER KEYPAD MALFUCTION
CONTROLLER KEYPAD MALFUCTION
CONTROLLER KEYPAD MALFUCTION
UPS BATERRY REOLACE
UPS BATERRY REOLACE
UPS BATERRY REOLACE
INPUT ERROR
00000
SET
UPS BATERRY REOLACE
UPS BATERRY REOLACE

00000

00000

00000

D
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

The menu is provided for users for warning messages, there are 3 menus for breakdown
record, press

or

to exchange the menu, which included 54 records total.

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2.45 Restoring Operational Menu for Optical Meter


Menu47

ENCORDER POSITION CALIBRATION / RESET


MOLD OPEN-CLOSED
AAAA.Amm (aaaaaP)

CALIBRATED

MOLD CLOSE END


MOLD OPEN END

EEEEEP
FFFFFP

INJECTION
NOT CALIBRATED
BBBB.Bmm (bbbbbP)

INJECTION END

GGGGGP

EJECTOR
NOT CALIBRATED
CCCC.Cmm (cccccP)

EJECTOR BACKWARD END

HHHHHP

SPEED 1 IIImA

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PRESS. JJJmA

F4

F5

SPEED 2 KKKmA

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

Restoring operation of optical meter at menu 47, move cursor to set parameter in
desired digits and press

to complete a correction. Code descriptions of menu

47 are as follows:
2.45.1 A) EEEEE: When mold-opening is reached the end-position, then to set the initial
position of optical meter. Press

to display

restoring until the mold doesnt

move, then loose the button will complete the setting.


B) FFFFF: Set the end-position of optical meter for mold-closing. (standard 30~60)
C) GGGGG: Set the end-position of optical meter for injection (standard 20~40)
D) HHHHH: Set the end-position of optical meter for ejection backward.
E) AAAAA: Display the current position of mold-closing, unit: mm.
F) aaaaa: Display the current position of mold-closing opticalmeter, unit:P.
G) BBBBB : Display the current position of injection, unit:mm.
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H) bbbbbb: Display the current position of injection, unit:mm.


I) CCCCC: Display the current position of ejector, unit:mm.
J) cccccc: Display the current position of opticalmeter at injection, unit: P.
K) III: Display the practical output when proportional velocity values work.
L) JJJ: Display the practical output when proportional pressure values work.
M) KKK: Display the practical output when mold-closing proportion velocity value
work.
2.45.2.This machine used opticalmeter at mold, injection and ejector when to exchange
new opticalmeter, that restoring has to be done as follows:
A) In menu 47 while displaying mold, press

to display Restoring until

the mold not moving, next loose the button, and then restoring of optical meter
is finished.
B) In menu 47 while displaying injection, press

to display

restoring

until the injection is finished for one second, then restoring of injection has
been done.
C) In menu 47 while displaying ejector, press

to display restoring until

the ejector backward is finished, about one second later, opticalmeter display
value will be change to DDDDD, now the return completed will appear and the
operation is finished.

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2.46 Peripheral and Cipher Setting Menu


Menu46

INTERFACE SETTING PAGE

PASSWORD
NEW PASSWORD
USER LEVEL

AAAAAAAA
BBBBBBBB
E

PROG. DATE:
CDC [99/09/30]

F1

DATA UNLOCK
SYS-PASSWORD
SPEED LOW

TAB [99/09/30]

BZ

F2

F3

F4

MOJI [99/09/30]

F5

F6

CCCCCCCC
DDDDDDDD
OFF

FON [99/09/30]

F7

F8

F9

2.46.1 Move the cursor to set parameter, key in desired digits and press

F10

to complete a

correction. Code descriptions of menu 46 are as follows:


A) E: Place for user to enter the code class.
B) AAAAAAAA: input the exact cipher to decode.
C) BBBBBBBB: When the sign
BBBBBBBB and press

disappeared in the right of AAAAAAAA, then can modify


to complete a correction.

D) CCCCCCCC: In order to inhibit the cipher will be exchange by another so we can


input the exact class 0 cipher in CCCCCCCC,
E) DDDDDDDD: Spare function
F) F: We can reduce the operational speed for maintenance.
2.46.2 Function Description:
A) The CDC-2000 is divided into 0~3 class, the 0 class is to inhibit the cipher to
be modified, the 1 class is a normal class for user, the 2 class is for governor,
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and the last class if for maintenance.


When the cipher is not exact, in the right of AAAAAAAA will show a sign ,
so you have to move cursor to E and enter the cipher class on 3, next move cursor
to AAAAAAAA and key in exact digits then will complete a correction. If you
want to exchange a new cipher, can move cursor to BBBBBBBB and key in desired
digits that will get a new cipher.
B) Data-Locking Function:
Move cursor to CCCCCCCC and enter cipher of class 0, so will appear on the right
ofCCCCCCCC. Press

or

or

will have a flashing at the upper left

corner that means the cipher is inhibited to modify. If you want to solve the problem, move
cursor to CCCCCCCC and enter cipher of class 0, then on the right of AAAAAAAA
will disappear, that means exchanging cipher is available.
C). Reducing Speed for Maintenance:
Move cursor to F and press

to select open, then the setting speed

or

will down to 50%. Actually, when you want to remove the function, can move cursor
to F and press

or

to select close that will restore to the normal

operation.
D). Systematic Program Review:
CDC [99/09/30] TAB [99/09/30] MOJ [99/09/30] FON [99/09/30] shows the current
date of software finished by CDC-2000 controller.

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2.47 Display Menu of Producing Information


Menu45

PRODUCTION IMFORMATION

DATE

MOLD
START DATE
STOP TIME
AAA
10/17 08:00
AAA
10/16 08:22 10/16 17:10
AAA
10/15 08:15 10/15 16:52
BBB
10/14 13:10 10/14 17:02
BBB
10/14 08:11 10/14 10:46
BBB
10/13 08:00 10/13 20:16
CCC
10/12 08:20 10/12 11:56
CCC
10/10 08:12 10/10 17:07
CCC
10/09 08:06 10/09 07:02
CCC
10/08 13:52 10/08 17:04
EEE
10/08 08:06 10/08 11:46
CCC
10/07 08:09 10/07 20:11
JJJ
10/06 13:07 10/06 17:08
JJJ
10/06 09:29 10/06 11:47
JJJ
10/06 08:16 10/06 09:26
TTT
10/05 08:08 10/05 20:12
TTT
10/04 08:24 10/04 20:02
HHH
10/03 11:05 10/03 16:40
UUU
10/03 08:22 10/03 09:44
RUNNING TIME ?????HR??MIN RESET

F1

BZ

F2

F3

F4

1999/10/17

TIME

11:25

PRODUCTS DEFECT
TOTAL
329
9
135518
1028
15
134590
905
21
133562
928
12
132657
356
9
131729
1268
38
131373
822
52
130105
1988
102
129283
1978
115
127295
818
48
125317
392
20
124499
2500
68
124107
298
7
121607
205
3
121309
88
1
121104
2513
56
121016
2488
64
118503
523
1
116015
221
4
115492
AUTO RUNNING TIME :?????HR??MIN RESET

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

The purpose of this menu is to record CDC-2000 controllers time and mold records in auto mode, it must
use class 2 or above in order to display.

It can record 40 data, and press

or

to move

up or down to research records. Descriptions of column are as follows:


A) Mold no.: Record producing mold number.
B) Auto operation: Record the starting time.
C) Stop time: Record the stopping time of producing.
D) Production no.: Record the producing numbers during operation.
E) Defection no.: Record the bad producing numbers.
F) Total no.: Record the total numbers during operation.
G) Operation-time descriptions:
G.a) HHHH: Display hours
G.b) MM: Display minutes

Reset the operational time: press

when the aa is in red ground color,

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can press

to complete the resetting:

H) Auto-operation time description


H.a)RRRR: Auto operation time, hours.
H.b)SS: Auto operational time, minutes.

when bb is

Reset the operational time to zero in auto operation is to press

in red ground color you can press

to complete the resetting operation.

2.48 Record Menu of Parametric Variation


Menu31-A

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3FH[21,03] 00003>00000
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 00000>01530
19H[27,05] SW3>SW0
19H[27,04] 00000>00033
3FH[21,03] 00003>00000
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 00000>01530
19H[27,05] SW3>SW0
19H[27,04] 00000>00033
3FH[21,03] 00003>00000
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 00000>01530
19H[27,05] SW3>SW0
19H[27,04] 00000>00033
3FH[21,03] 00003>00000
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 00000>01530
19H[27,05] SW3>SW0

RECORD TIME
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3FH[21,03] 00000>00003
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 01530>00000
19H[27,05] SW0>SW3
19H[27,04] 00033>00000
3FH[21,03] 00000>00003
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 01530>00000
19H[27,05] SW0>SW3
19H[27,04] 00033>00000
3FH[21,03] 00000>00003
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 01530>00000
19H[27,05] SW0>SW3
19H[27,04] 00033>00000
3FH[21,03] 00000>00003
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 01530>00000
19H[27,05] SW0>SW3

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OPERATION PARAMETER CHANGED RECORDS PAGE 2


RECORD TIME
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CONTENTS
3FH[21,03] 00003>00000
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 00000>01530
19H[27,05] SW3>SW0
19H[27,04] 00000>00033
3FH[21,03] 00003>00000
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 00000>01530
19H[27,05] SW3>SW0
19H[27,04] 00000>00033
3FH[21,03] 00003>00000
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 00000>01530
19H[27,05] SW3>SW0
19H[27,04] 00000>00033
3FH[21,03] 00003>00000
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 00000>01530
19H[27,05] SW3>SW0

RECORD TIME
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CONTENTS
3FH[21,03] 00000>00003
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 01530>00000
19H[27,05] SW0>SW3
19H[27,04] 00033>00000
3FH[21,03] 00000>00003
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 01530>00000
19H[27,05] SW0>SW3
19H[27,04] 00033>00000
3FH[21,03] 00000>00003
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 01530>00000
19H[27,05] SW0>SW3
19H[27,04] 00033>00000
3FH[21,03] 00000>00003
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 01530>00000
19H[27,05] SW0>SW3

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OPERATION PARAMETER CHANGED RECORDS PAGE 3


RECORD TIME
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CONTENTS
3FH[21,03] 00003>00000
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 00000>01530
19H[27,05] SW3>SW0
19H[27,04] 00000>00033
3FH[21,03] 00003>00000
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 00000>01530
19H[27,05] SW3>SW0
19H[27,04] 00000>00033
3FH[21,03] 00003>00000
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 00000>01530
19H[27,05] SW3>SW0
19H[27,04] 00000>00033
3FH[21,03] 00003>00000
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 00000>01530
19H[27,05] SW3>SW0

RECORD TIME
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CONTENTS
3FH[21,03] 00000>00003
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 01530>00000
19H[27,05] SW0>SW3
19H[27,04] 00033>00000
3FH[21,03] 00000>00003
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 01530>00000
19H[27,05] SW0>SW3
19H[27,04] 00033>00000
3FH[21,03] 00000>00003
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 01530>00000
19H[27,05] SW0>SW3
19H[27,04] 00033>00000
3FH[21,03] 00000>00003
19H[34,05] SW3>SW0
19H[34,04] 01530>00000
19H[27,05] SW0>SW3

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F1

F2

F4

F3

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

The menu is to record the parametric variation, and it can be used above class2. There are three Menus
for parametric variation. Press

or

to transform the Menu, and it can only record 114


to realize the parametric variation.

records. Move cursor to desired parameter and press

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ALARM INFORMATION OVERVIEW

3.1 001 Exchange the Battery of Computer UPS

The alarm message means that the battery for Controller of UPS has problem, so
check and replace the 2 batteries in the controller box.

3.2 003 Check Split Nuts Position

(A) The final position of fast transverse cylinder doesnt fall between the Max. and
Min. mold height while lock cylinder is to be activated.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check the mold thickness, it must fall between the Max. and Min. mold height.
b) Check the clamping L.S. Input 04.

3.3 004 Error of the Gearing Position

(A) Misalignment of tie bar teeth and split nut's teeth after fast transverse cylinder
movement.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check the teeth alignment LS Input 17, Input 18.
b) Re-adjust the mold height.

3.4 006 Error for the Feeding of Ejector

(A) Ejector backward movement didnt complete within stroke check time at auto mode.
(B) Remedy:
a) Switch to menu 05, check and modify parameters GG HH III.I JJKK and
LLL.L
b) Check the ejection mechanism.
c) Check ejectors pressure direction.
d) Check the directional control valve of ejector.
e) Switches to menu 39B, check/modify the stroke check time Tim 39.

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Menu05
EJECTOR SETTING

????.?mm

SPEED %
PRSEEURE %
POSTION mm

FORE 1
FORE 2
AA
DD
BB
EE
CCC.C
FFF.F
BACK 2
JJ
KK
LLL.L

BACK 1
GG
HH
III.I

EJECTION MODE : MMMMMMMMMMM

EJECTION DURING MOLD OPENING :

SPEED %
PRSEEURE %
POSTION mm

NUMBER OF EJECTION : NNNNN


VIBRATION EJECTION COUNT : PPPPP
EJECT-OUT INTERMISSION : OOOO.Os
MOLD OPENING POSTION AT

: QQQQ.Qmm

SPARE EJECTOR FORWARD POSTION : RRR.Rmm


SPARE EJECTOR BACKWARD POSTION: SSS.Smm

F1

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Menu39B
TIMER REVIEW MONITORING PAGE
DESCRIPTION
SPARE T32
SPARE T34
ABNOR MD OP DELAY
COUNT MD THICK
SPARE T40
SPARE T42
EJECT BUFFER TIME
ATUO CLA END BUF
MOTOR START-UP
DECOM END DELAY
SPECIAL FUNC
SPARE T54
Q.M.CYL.O DELAY
M.THICK DELAY
FEEDING END DELAY
CORE END DELAY

F1

F2

F3

SET
AAAA.A
CCCC.C
EEEE.E
GGGG.G
IIII.I
KKKK.K
MMM.MM
OOOO.O
QQQ.QQ
SSS.SS
UUU.UU
WWWW.W
YYY.YY
aaa.aa
ccc.cc
eee.ee

TURE
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
????.?
???.??
???.??
????.?
????.?
???.??
???.??
???.??
???.??

F4

F5

DESCRIPTION
SPARE T33
SPARE T35
SPARE T37
NOZZLE STROKE CHEC
SPARE T41
SPARE T43
ABNORMAL SHUT-OFF
AUTO OP END BUF TI
SPARE T49
CLAMP END. DELAY
CLAMP CYL. DELAY
CLA CYL.O. DELAY
MOLD OPEN TIME
UNSCREW END DELAY
SPARE T61
1 SEC TIMER

F6

F7

F8

SET
BBBB.B
DDDD.D
FFFF.F
HHHH.H
JJJ.JJ
LLLL.L
NNNN.N
PPPP.P
RRRR.R
TTTT.T
VVV.VV
XXXX.X
ZZZ.ZZ
bbb.bb
ddd.dd
fff.ff

F9

TURE
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
????.?
???.??
???.?
???.??
???.??

F10

3.5 009 Barrel Temperature is Below the Setting Value


(A) When thermal switch selects close or warmth keeping orthe barrels
temperature is lower than setting value, when intending to do injection,
decompression and plasticizing, the warning message will appear.
(B) Remedy:
a) Thermal switch selects open
b) To do injection and decompression until the barrels temperature is reached the
setting value.

3.6 013 Large Cylinder Stroke Exceeds the Limit


(A) Stroke of high-pressure cylinder exceeds the max. stroke, pump shut off.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check stroke protection L.S. Input 14.
b) When the alarm appear, the pump motor will be shut off, all operations are not
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allowed.

Press

and

start pump than press

simultaneously to release it, press

to

to open mold until the message disappears.

c) Adjust the mold height.

3.7 014 Oil Level Is Too Low In Lubrication Oil Tank


(A) When lubrication counter is up, but the oil level is too low (Input 25 on)
(B) Remedy: Refill the lubrication oil.

Menu 10
LUBRICATION SETTING
TOGGLE SYSTEM LUBRICATION AT EVERY
NEXT LUBRICATION AT
LUBRICATIN TIME
LUBRICATIN MONITORING TIME

GGGGG
KKKKK
HHHH.H
IIII.I

GREASE LUBRICATION AT EVERY


JJJJJ
NEXT LUBRICATION AT
LLLLL
GREASE LUBRICATION ATALARM RESET

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3.8 015 Clamping Stroke Is Not Finished

CYCLES
CYCLE LATER
SEC
SEC
CYCLES (BY MANUAL)
CYCLE LATER
RESET

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F10

(A) Split nut did not open completely (Input 19 off) and high-pressure cylinder did
not activate while intending to do injection or plasticizing is impossible.
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(B) Do mold opening and closing until stroking end.

3.9 017 Mold Adjustment Motor Exceeds Its Load Limit


(A) In Mold adjustment menu(16), when motor overloading device activated (Input 27 ON)
(B) Remedy:
a) Reset the thermal relay of mold adjustment motor.
b) Check the setting of thermal relay and the contact condition.
c) Check the current of mold adjustment motor, if the current is too high, check the adjustments
mechanism and motor condition.

3.10 018 The Back Safety Door Is Not Closed

(A) Rear guard was open (Input 01 OFF), pump will be shut off.
(B) Remedy:
a) Close the rear guard.
b) Check the limit switch of rear guard and circuit.

3.11 019 The Front Safety Door Is Not Closed

(A) Front guard is open (Input 00 OFF).


(B) Remedy:
a) Close the Front guard.
b) Check the limit switch of front guard and circuit.

3.12 020 Back Limit Switch Error of Ejector Moving


(A) Conditions:
a) Ejector backward home L.S. (Input 23 OFF) or mold ejector returns acknowledgement
L.S. (Input 26 OFF) wasnt in position.
b) Ejector backward home L.S. (Input 23 OFF) was not active while operate core in
or Mold Screw forward
(B) Remedy:
a) Check condition of ejector backward Input 23.
b) Check condition of Input 26 if installed.

3.13 021 Mold Adjustment Exceeds the Minimum Size


(A) The forward stroke of mold adjustment exceeds the limit switch of minimum mold
thickness (Input 04 ON).
(B) Remedy:
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a) Check limit switch of minimum thickness. (Input 04).


b) If the actual thickness of mold exceeds the minimum capacity of the machine, please
change to a smaller machine.

3.14 022 Mold Adjustment Exceeds the Maximum Size


(A) The backward stroke of mold adjustment exceeds the limit switch of maximum mold
thickness. (Input 05 ON)
(B) Remedy:
a) Check limit switch of maximum thickness. (Input 05)
b) If the actual thickness of mold exceeds the maximum capacity of the machine, please
change to a larger machine.

3.15 Mold Adjustment Counter Error

(A) The message will appear if the input impulse signal of mold adjustment counter is
incorrect when the mold adjustment motor is running.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check whether the limit switch (Input 31) of mold-adjustment counter is incorrect
when the mold-adjustment motor is running.
b) Measure the current when the mold-adjustment is opening. If the current exceeds
normal range, please check the mold-adjustment mechanism or the motor.
c) Check whether the setting range of timer (Tim 38) is normal. The time set by Tim
38 can not be changed at will or too long, otherwise the mold-adjustment mechanism
will be damaged.

3.16 027 Turn off the Power to Restart


(A) If the automatic shut down function in menu 32 is set to stop heater or stop
oil pump and heater; the heater will be turned off when abnormal condition occurs in machine
operation. If in manual operation, the injection operation can not be done when the message
appears.
(B)

Remedy: Turn off the power then turn it back on.

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Menu32
FUNCTION SETTING MODE

FUNCTION SETTING
SELECT

PHOTO CELL FUNCTION

ACCUMLATOR INJECTION
HYDRAULIC MOLD CLAMPER

THERMOSET MOLD HIGH-PRESSURE DEGAS

THERMOSET MOLD OPEN DEGAS


AUTO. MOLD EXCHANGE

MULTI MOLD OPENING FUNCTION

EXTRUSION
SPARE 2

SPARE 3

SPARE 4
AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF FUNCTION AAAAAAAAAAAAA

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

3.17 028 The Motor of Pump Exceeds the Load


(A) If the overloading protection device of oil pump motor, the message will appear.
(B) Remedy:
a) Please press the button for oil pump motor overloading device.
b) Check the overloading protection devices setting and contact condition of thermal
relay.
c) Check the motors current, if the current is too high, check pump and motor.

3.18 029 Motor Starting Is Not Normal


When press

key, the motor Y start is abnormal.

3.19 031 Temperature of Cyclic Oil is Too Low


(A) When the temperature of hydraulic oil is too low, the alarm will appear.
(B) Let the starting motor carries no load until the alarm disappeared.

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3.20 035 Too Many Bad Products.


(A) Numbers of defect part exceed the setting values on menu 43 CC.C%.
(B) Remedy:
a) Reset the standard and deviation in menu 44.
b) Re-modify the parameter of injection.
c) Select closeat MMMMMMMM of menu 43.

Menu 43
PRODUCT COUNTR PAGE

SET NO.
TOTAL NO.
SELECT

SET NO.
TOTAL NO.
SELECT

WORKING HOUR
AUTO. RUNNING HOUT

F1

F2

GOOD NO.
AAAAA
FFFFF
LLLLLLLL

BATCH NO.
DDDDD
JJJJJ
NNNNNNNN

DEFECT NO.
BBBBB
=
GGGGG

PRODUCT NO.
HHHHHH

DEFECT %
CC.C%
II.I%
MMMMMMMM

NO OF DEFECTS.
EEEEE
KKKKK
OOOOOOOO

: PPPPP HR QQ MIN
: RRRRR HR SS MIN

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

3.21 036

Check Core pull 2 through the Limit Switch

(A) Conditions:
a) Core out 2 L.S. did not activate in stroke check time.
b) Core out L.S. (Input 07) and core in L.S.(Input06) is on simultaneously.
c) Core out L.S. (Input 07) is not on (OFF) while intending to do ejector forward.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check the circuit of Input 06 and Input 07.
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b) Modify the stroke check time and speed/pressure setting of core in 2 and core out
2.
c) Check the directional control valve of core out 2.
d) Check the core out mechanism.

Menu 06
CORE-PULL SETTING

F1

F2

F3

SPEED %
PRESSURE %
MODE
POSITION
TIME SEC
FEEDBACK

CORE 1 IN
EE
FF
AAAAAAAAAA
BBBB.B
GGG.G
HHHHHH

CORE 1 OUT
II
JJ
CCCCCCCCCCC
DDDD.D
KKK.K
LLLLLL

SPEED %
PRESSURE %
MODE
POSITION
TIME SEC
FEEDBACK

CORE 2 IN
QQ
RR
MMMMMMMMMM
NNNN.N
SSS.S
TTTTTT

CORE 2 OUT
UU
VV
OOOOOOOOOO
PPPP.P
WWW.W
XXXXXX

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

3.22 037 Check Limit Switch of Large Cylinder


(A) The stopping signal of high-pressure mold-closing (Input 12) and feedback
confirmation of high-pressure mold opening (Input 21) are both ON, will appear
the alarm.
(B)Remedy:
a) Please check feedback signal of mold-opening (Input 21) and stopping signal of
mold-closing. (Input 12).

3.23 038 Moving Distances Error of Large Cylinder


(A) The operation of high-pressure cylinder of mold opening is not completed within
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the stroke checking time (Tim 53) of high-pressure cylinder in menu 39.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check the opening end and closing end signal (Input 19, Input 12).
b) Check the high-pressure directional control valve.
c) Modify stroke check time Tim 53 on Menu 39A.

Menu39A
TIMER REVIEW MONITORING PAGE
DESCRIPTION
INJECTION TIME
INTERMISSION
EJECT PAUSE
LOW PR.-ALARM
FEED OPEN ALARM
NOZ. FOR. STROKE
CORE 1 IN
CORE 2 IN
FAST UNSCREW-IN
FAST UNSCREW-OUT
3STEP UNSCR BACK
HOLDING PR.2
EJECTION DELAY
AIRBLOW DELAY OPEN
LUBRICATION TIME
ACCUMLATOR ALARM

F1

F2

SET
AAAA.A
CCCC.C
EEEE.E
GGG.GG
IIII.I
KKK.KK
MMMM.M
OOOO.O
QQQQ.Q
SSSS.S
UUUU.U
WWWW.W
YYYY.Y
aaa.aa
ccc.cc
eee.ee

F3

F4

TURE
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
????.?
???.??
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
???.??
???.??

DESCRIPTION
COOLING TIME
CYCLE TIME
SPARE 05
FEEDING DELAY
NOZ. FORWARD FAST
NOZZLE BACKWARD
CORE 1 OUT
CORE 2 OUT
SLOW UNSCREW-IN
SLOW UNSCREW-OUT
HOLDING PR.1
HOLDING PR.3
AIRBLOW T. OPENING
AIRBLOW TIME OPEN
LUBRICATION ALARM
ACCUM. PRESSURIZED

F5

F6

F7

F8

SET
BBBB.B
DDDD.D
FFFF.F
HHH.HH
JJJ.JJ
LLL.LL
NNNN.N
PPPP.P
RRRR.R
TTTT.T
VVVV.V
XXXX.X
ZZZZ.Z
bbb.bb
ddd.dd
fff.ff

F9

TURE
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
???.??
???.??
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
???.??
???.??

F10

3.24 039 Check Limit Switch of Mold Screw


(A) Conditions:
a) Mold Screw L.S. did not finish its task at given time, warning message will appear.
b) Mold Screw out L.S. signal input 37 and in signal input 36 are on
simultaneously.
c) Mold Screw out L.S. input 37 is not on (OFF) while intending to do ejector
forward.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check the circuit of Input 37 and Input 36.
b) Modify the stroke check time (Mold screw in JJJJ.J, Mold screw out QQQQ.Q)and
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speed/pressure setting of Mold Screw in and Mold Screw out.


c) Check the Mold Screw directional control valve.
d) Check the Mold Screw mechanism.

Menu07
UNSCREW
FAST TURNS
EEEE
OUT-SLOW OUT-FAST
RR
OO
SS
PP
CCCCCCCCCCCCCC
DDDD.D
TTT.T
QQQ.Q
UUUUUU
UNSCREW 3 OUT
XX
YY
VVVVVVVVVVVV
ZZZ.Z
aaaa
bbbbbb

F1

F2

F3

F4

SLOW TURNS
FFFF

TOTAL TURNS
GGGGG
IN-SLOW
IN-FAST
HH
KK
II
LL
AAAAAAAAAAAAAA
BBBB.B
JJJ.J
MMM.M
NNNNNN

SPEED %
PRESSURE %
MODE
POSITION mm
TIME SEC
FEEDBACK

SPEED %
PRESSURE %
MODE
TIME SEC
COUNT TIMES
FEEDBACK

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

3.25 041 Product is Reaching the Setting


(A) If the volume counting option in menu 43 is to be counting. When the finished
part number has reached the setting, this message will come out as the counting
function is set on. Machine will stop operating after one cycle.
(B) Remedy: Switch to manual mode, then press

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Menu43
PRODUCT COUNTR PAGE

SET NO.
TOTAL NO.
SELECT

SET NO.
TOTAL NO.
SELECT

WORKING HOUR
AUTO. RUNNING HOUT

F1

F2

GOOD NO.
AAAAA
FFFFF
LLLLLLLL

BATCH NO.
DDDDD
JJJJJ
NNNNNNNN

DEFECT NO.
BBBBB
=
GGGGG

PRODUCT NO.
HHHHHH

DEFECT %
CC.C%
II.I%
MMMMMMMM

NO OF DEFECTS.
EEEEE
KKKKK
OOOOOOOO

: PPPPP HR QQ MIN
: RRRRR HR SS MIN

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

3.26 042 Check Limit Switch of Clamping Mold


(A) At the mold-closing if fast mold-closing signal (input 11) is ON, warning message
will appear.
(B) Remedy: Check confirmed signal (Input 11).

3.27 043 Check Limit Switch of Core Pull 1


(A) In menu 06, the core in feedback setting is set at L.S.
a) Core out L.S. signal did not feedback in stroke check time.
b) Core out signal Input 09) and core in signal Input 08 are ON simultaneously.
c) Intending to do ejector forward while core out signal Input 009 was OFF.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check circuit of Input 09, Input 08.
b) Switch to menu 06; modify the travel check time, speed pressure setting to adequate
value.
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c) Check direction of control valve for core out.


d) Check molds mechanism.

Menu06
CORE-PULL SETTING

F1

F2

F3

SPEED %
PRESSURE %
MODE
POSITION
TIME SEC
FEEDBACK

CORE 1 IN
EE
FF
AAAAAAAAAA
BBBB.B
GGG.G
HHHHHH

CORE 1 OUT
II
JJ
CCCCCCCCCCC
DDDD.D
KKK.K
LLLLLL

SPEED %
PRESSURE %
MODE
POSITION
TIME SEC
FEEDBACK

CORE 2 IN
QQ
RR
MMMMMMMMMM
NNNN.N
SSS.S
TTTTTT

CORE 2 OUT
UU
VV
OOOOOOOOOO
PPPP.P
WWW.W
XXXXXX

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

3.28 044 Check Limit Switch of Rotational Plate


(A) Conditions:
a) Rotational plate cant finish its task at given time, warning message will appear.
b) Rotation-closing signal (Input 20) and Rotation-opening signal (Input 19) are
both ON warning message will appear.
c) When rotational plate is closed and signal is OFF, warning message will appear.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check rotation-closing (input 20) and rotation-opening signal (input 19).
b) Check the directional valve of rotational pressure.

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3.29 046 Robotic Arm Does Not Come Back Initial Position
(A) Intending to do mold closing/opening while interlock signal Input 35 between machine
and robot is still ON.
(B) Remedy: Check the interlock signal. (Input 35)

3.30 047 Check the Obtained Product by Robotic Arm


(A) When the connection signal of ejector and robot (Input 35) is ON, and when the
ejector stroke is completed in auto or semi-auto mode, if the pick-out signal (Input
33) is not ON, the alarm will show.
(B) Remedy:
a) Please check whether there is product or foreign substance.
foreign substance.

If yes, please remove

b) Check and adjust the robots pick-out device.

3.31 048 Error for the Product Confirmed Signal


(A) In menu 32, photocell detection BBB was set ON, but part did not fall down within
recycle time in the auto mode.
(b) Remedy:
a) Please check whether there is product or foreign substance in mold. If yes, please
remove foreign substance.
b) Switch to menu 35, check and modify recycle time BBBB.B parameter.
c) Check circuit and function of photocell.

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Menu32
FUNCTION SETTING MODE

FUNCTION SETTING
SELECT
PHOTO CELL FUNCTION

ACCUMLATOR INJECTION

HYDRAULIC MOLD CLAMPER


THERMOSET MOLD HIGH-PRESSURE DEGAS

THERMOSET MOLD OPEN DEGAS

AUTO. MOLD EXCHANGE


MULTI MOLD OPENING FUNCTION

EXTRUSION

SPARE 2
SPARE 3

SPARE 4

AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF FUNCTION AAAAAAAAAAAAA

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

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Menu35
TIMER SETTING

TIMER
SET (SEC)
CYCLE TIME AAAA.A
INTERMISSION BBBB.B
ALARM OF FEEDING DURING MOLD OPENING CCCC.C
ALARM OF ACCUMLATOR PRESSURIZED DDDD.D
DEFECT OUTPUT TIME ALARM EEEE.E
SPARE FFFF.F
SPARE GGGG.G
EJECT-OUT PAUSE HHHH.H
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR FORWARD STROKE IIII.I
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR BACKWARD STROKE JJJJ.J
EMTRUSION KKK.KK
LLLL.L
MMMM.M

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

3.32 049 The Sensor of Electronic Eye is Covered


(A) In menu 32 pick product choose open, in auto mode if sensor detect that material
is not totally dropped then alarm will sound.
(B) Remedy:
a) Please check and remove the product that is stuck at the side.
b) Check photocell and circuit (input 11).

3.33 050 The Clamping Distance Has Stopped

(A)

When press mold-close

key, at the end of the mold-closing, this message will


comes out.

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(B)

Remedy: release mold-close

3.34 051 The Opening Mold Has Stopped


(A) When press mold-open

key.

key, at the end of mold-opening, this message

will come out.

(B) Remedy: release mold-open

key.

3.35 052 The Opening Mold Has Not Yet Stopped


When press ejector forward or mold adjustment key while mold was not at its end
position, this message will come out. Press mold-opening key until the end of mold
position.

3.36 053 The Distance of Ejector Has Stopped


When press ejector forward

key, and ejector has reached the setting

position, this message will come out.


Remedy: Release ejector forward key.

3.37 054 The Backward Distance of Ejector Has Stopped


When press ejector backward

key, and ejector has reached the setting

position, this message will come out.


Remedy: Release ejector backward key.

3.38 055 The Distance of Plasticizing Has Stopped


When press plasticizing

key, and plasticization has reached the setting

position, this message will come out. Remedy: release plasticizing

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3.39 056 The Mold Screw Has Stopped


When press decompression

key, and decompression has reached the setting

position, this message will come out. Remedy: release decompression key.

3.40 057 Check the Limit Switch for Nozzle Advance


(A)

Unusual Conditions:

a) The carriage did not reach its proximity switch (Input 03 did not ON) position
within menu 15 setting time ff.ff at auto mode.
b) After carriage backward, the carriage proximity switch (Input 03) is still ON the
alarm will show.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check the function and position of proximity switch.
b) Check the direction control valve for carriage.
c) Check and modify carriage forward check time ff.ff in menu 15.
d) Modify the carriage backward speed and pressure setting gg hh backward time

Menu15
INJECTION CARRIAGE SETTING

2
dd
ee
ff.ff

1
aa
SPEED %
bb
PRESSURE %
cc.cc TIME SEC

SPEED %
PRESSURE %
TIME SEC

1
gg
hh
ii.ii

SET
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6
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3.41 058 The Safe Cover of Nozzle Has Not Yet Closed
(A) Nozzle protection guard was opened, alarm message will show.
(B) Remedy: close nozzle protection guard.

3.42 059 The Nozzle is clogged


(A) Injection position did not reach the injection choke position mmmm.m in injection
time zzzz.z at auto mode.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check if nozzle is blocked.

If yes, please clean up the nozzle.

b) Please check whether there is any foreign substance in mold.


remove foreign substance.

If yes, please

c) Go to menu (11) to modify parameter, injecting time zzzz.z and place where stuck
mmmm.m adjust to proper value.

Menu11
INJECTION SETTING
CUSHION END : uuuu.umm
Tt.ff

Tt.ee

Tt.dd

Tt.cc

Tt.bb

Tt.aa

6
UU
VV

5
QQ
RR

4
MM
NN

3
II
JJ

2
EE
FF

1
AA
BB

WWW.W
XX
3
gg
hh
iii.i
pp.p

2
dd
ee
fff.f
oo.o

????.?mm
FEEDING TIME : wwww.wSEC

FILLING TIME : xx.xxSEC

SSS.S
TT

1
aa
bb
ccc.c
nn.n

OOO.O
PP

zzz.z
KKK.K
LL

GGG.G
HH

CCC.C
DD

TIME OD STAGE
DOSING END
SPEED %
PRESSURE%
TIME SEC
POSITION
PERSENT%

ZZZ.Z
100%

SPEED %
PRSSSURE %
TIME SEC
SLOPE %

HOLDING PRESSURE AT :
INJECT LEAKAGE POSTION:
INJECTION MODE:

jjjbar
BOOST INJECTION:
llll.lmm
INJECTION CHOCKED POSTION: mmmm.mmm
nnnnnnnnnnnnnn

SET
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

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3.43

060 The Plasticizing Volume is Not Enough or Too Much

(A) Injection final position is over injection leakage position 1111.1 at auto mode.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check nozzle and mold injecting entrance, also the center arch of stationary
board.
b) Check the injection leakage position 1111.1, it must be smaller than uuuu.u.

3.44

061 Not Normal Checking for Safe Door

(A) If both front and back safety doors are not closed warning message will show.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check both front and back safety doors switch.
b) Fix front safety door and back doors aid (input02) make sure is functioning properly.

3.45

065 The Hopper is empty or clogged

(A) Plasticizing and decompression did not complete its stroke in cooling time setting
at auto mode.
(B) Remedy:
a) Check whether there is still material in hopper or hopper is clogged.
b) Please check whether the plasticizing parameter is too low or the cooling time
is set too short.
c) Please check whether the temperature of barrel is too low.

3.46

066 The Products Are Reached the Setting

(A) In menu (43) the number of good parts LLLLLLLL, in auto production, if number
of good products have has reach the setting value, alarm will sound.
(B) Remedy:
a) If the production batch counting NNNNNNNN is not set, press

key to cancel

the message and reset the good part counting.


b) If the production batch counting NNNNNNNN is set, the message will disappear
from the next cycle, the good part counting reset to zero automatically, batch
counting increase one.

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Menu43
PRODUCT COUNTR PAGE

SET NO.
TOTAL NO.
SELECT

SET NO.
TOTAL NO.
SELECT

WORKING HOUR
AUTO. RUNNING HOUT

F1

3.47

F2

GOOD NO.
AAAAA
FFFFF
LLLLLLLL

DEFECT NO.
BBBBB
=
GGGGG

BATCH NO.
DDDDD
JJJJJ
NNNNNNNN

PRODUCT NO.
HHHHHH

DEFECT %
CC.C%
II.I%
MMMMMMMM

NO OF DEFECTS.
EEEEE
KKKKK
OOOOOOOO

: PPPPP HR QQ MIN
: RRRRR HR SS MIN

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

067 The Bad Products Are Too Many

(A) The defect part counting reaches the setting CCCCC in menu 43 when defect part
counting MMMMMMMM is set at semi-auto/auto mode.
(B) Remedy: Press

3.48

key at manual mode to disable the alarm.

068 The Cyclic Time is Too Long

(A) Cycle time is longer than Tim 03 setting at auto mode.


(B) Remedy:
a) Increase the cycle time AAAA.A in menu 35; refer to actual cycle time MMMM.M
in menu 02.
b) Check individual time setting.

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Menu35
TIMER SETTING

TIMER
SET (SEC)
CYCLE TIME AAAA.A
INTERMISSION BBBB.B
ALARM OF FEEDING DURING MOLD OPENING CCCC.C
ALARM OF ACCUMLATOR PRESSURIZED DDDD.D
DEFECT OUTPUT TIME ALARM EEEE.E
SPARE FFFF.F
SPARE GGGG.G
EJECT-OUT PAUSE HHHH.H
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR FORWARD STROKE IIII.I
PNEUMATIC EJECTOR BACKWARD STROKE JJJJ.J
EMTRUSION KKK.KK
LLLL.L
MMMM.M

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

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Menu02
AUTOMATIC OPERATION MODE
MOLD NO.
NOZZLE
T1
YYYYYYYY
AA%
BBB
aaaaaaaaaaa
Sbb Pcc Bdd
bbb
EEEE.Emm
BATCH NO.
: WWWWW
GOOD PART NO. : XXXXX
CYCLE TIME
: MMMM.M

OOOO.Omm

F1

3.49

F2

F3

T2
CCC

T3
DDD

T4
EEE

T5
FFF

4 / 5
11:25
T6
Tc
GGG
HHH

ccc

ddd

eee

fff

ggg

INJECTION TIME : KKKK.K


COOLING TIME : LLLL.L
INTERMISSION : NNNN.N

PPPP.Pmm

F4

hhh

QQQQ.Qmm

F5

F6

F7

SSSkg/cm2

F8

RRRrpm

SET

F9

F10

071 Maintenance of Lubrication

(A) When the duration of maintenance is due LLLLL, the warning alarm will show.
(B) After maintenance, in menu 10, move cursor to release and press the key to disappear
alarm.

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Menu10
LUBRICATION SETTING
TOGGLE SYSTEM LUBRICATION AT EVERY
NEXT LUBRICATION AT
LUBRICATIN TIME
LUBRICATIN MONITORING TIME

GGGGG
KKKKK
HHHH.H
IIII.I

GREASE LUBRICATION AT EVERY


JJJJJ
NEXT LUBRICATION AT
LLLLL
GREASE LUBRICATION ATALARM RESET

F1

3.50

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

CYCLES
CYCLE LATER
SEC
SEC
CYCLES (BY MANUAL)
CYCLE LATER
RESET

F8

F9

F10

072 Clean the Mold

(A)When mold closing to low-pressure stroke, and if the low-pressure stroke can not
turn into high-pressure within the low-pressure warning time(Tim 07)
(B)Remedy:
a) Please check whether there is product or unknown substance in the mold. If yes,
clean up the mold.
b) Check/modify low pressure warning time VVV.V in menu 03.
c) Check low-pressure clamping speed DD, press EE and position FFFFF setting
in menu 03.

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Menu03
MOLD OPEN AND CLOSE SETTING

????.?mm
?????p
FAST
AA
BB

SPEED %
PRESSURE %
TIME SEC
POSTION mm
BACK-PR. %

LOW-PR.
DD
EE
vvv.v
CCC.C

HI-PR.
GG
HH
FFFFFp

ee

ff

FORCE
TTT TONS
IIIIIp

gg

hhh.h

iii.i
TO SLOW
PP
QQ
RRR.R

FAST
MM
NN
OOO.O

UU

3.51

F2

F3

LLLLLp
TT

BOOST CLAMPING :
TRIPLE PLATEN MODE :
START POS.
CLAMPING
WWWW.W
MOLD OPEN
aaaa.a

F1

SLOW
JJ
KK

F4

SS

SPEED %
PRESSURE %
POSTION mm
BACK-PR. %

SPARE FUNCTION :
STORKE
ZZZ.Z
ddd.d

F5

SPEED
XX
bb

F6

F7

PRESSURE
YY
cc

F8

F9

F10

079 Error of Ejection Advance

(A)Ejector forward did not complete in stroke check time at auto mode.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check parameters AA, BB, CCC.C, DD, EE, FFF.F in menu 05.
b) Check ejector mechanism.
c) Check/modify time setting (Tim 39B) in menu 39B.

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Menu05
EJECTOR SETTING

????.?mm

SPEED %
PRSEEURE %
POSTION mm

FORE 1
FORE 2
AA
DD
BB
EE
CCC.C
FFF.F
BACK 2
JJ
KK
LLL.L

BACK 1
GG
HH
III.I

EJECTION MODE : MMMMMMMMMMM

EJECTION DURING MOLD OPENING :

SPEED %
PRSEEURE %
POSTION mm

NUMBER OF EJECTION : NNNNN


VIBRATION EJECTION COUNT : PPPPP
EJECT-OUT INTERMISSION
: OOOO.Os
MOLD OPENING POSTION AT

: QQQQ.Qmm

SPARE EJECTOR FORWARD POSTION : RRR.Rmm


SPARE EJECTOR BACKWARD POSTION: SSS.Smm

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

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Menu39B
TIMER REVIEW MONITORING PAGE
DESCRIPTION
SPARE T32
SPARE T34
ABNOR MD OP DELAY
COUNT MD THICK
SPARE T40
SPARE T42
EJECT BUFFER TIME
ATUO CLA END BUF
MOTOR START-UP
DECOM END DELAY
SPECIAL FUNC
SPARE T54
Q.M.CYL.O DELAY
M.THICK DELAY
FEEDING END DELAY
CORE END DELAY

F1

3.52

F2

F3

SET
AAAA.A
CCCC.C
EEEE.E
GGGG.G
IIII.I
KKKK.K
MMM.MM
OOOO.O
QQQ.QQ
SSS.SS
UUU.UU
WWWW.W
YYY.YY
aaa.aa
ccc.cc
eee.ee

TURE
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
????.?
???.??
???.??
????.?
????.?
???.??
???.??
???.??
???.??

F4

F5

DESCRIPTION
SPARE T33
SPARE T35
SPARE T37
NOZZLE STROKE CHEC
SPARE T41
SPARE T43
ABNORMAL SHUT-OFF
AUTO OP END BUF TI
SPARE T49
CLAMP END. DELAY
CLAMP CYL. DELAY
CLA CYL.O. DELAY
MOLD OPEN TIME
UNSCREW END DELAY
SPARE T61
1 SEC TIMER

F6

F7

F8

SET
BBBB.B
DDDD.D
FFFF.F
HHHH.H
JJJ.JJ
LLLL.L
NNNN.N
PPPP.P
RRRR.R
TTTT.T
VVV.VV
XXXX.X
ZZZ.ZZ
bbb.bb
ddd.dd
fff.ff

F9

TURE
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
????.?
???.??
???.?
???.??
???.??

F10

080 Restart the Safe Door


After one cycle at semi-auto mode, this message will show up.
Remedy: open front door, take part out, and close it again.

3.53

090 Temperature Sensor Breakdown at Sector 1

(A)Thermal couple failure or the temperature did not rise to 60 degree C within 20
minutes.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace first section thermocouple.
b) Check/replace first section MC and heater.

3.54

091 Temperature Sensor Breakdown at Sector 2

(A)Thermal couple failure or the temperature did not rise to 60 degree C within 20
minutes.
(B)Remedy:
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a) Check/replace second section thermocouple.


b) Check/replace second section MC and heater.

3.55

092 Temperature Sensor Breakdown at Sector 3

(A)Thermal couple failure or the temperature did not rise to 60 degree C within 20
minutes.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace third section thermocouple.
b) Check/replace third section MC and heater.

3.56

093 Temperature Sensor Breakdown at Sector 4

(A)Thermal couple failure or the temperature did not rise to 60 degree C within 20
minutes.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace forth section thermocouple.
b) Check/replace forth section MC and heater.

3.57

094 Temperature Sensor Breakdown at Sector 5

(A)Thermal couple failure or the temperature did not rise to 60 degree C within 20
minutes.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace fifth section thermocouple.
b) Check/replace fifth section MC and heater.

3.58

095 Temperature Sensor Breakdown at Sector 6

(A)Thermal couple failure or the temperature did not rise to 60 degree C within 20
minutes.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace sixth section thermocouple.
b) Check/replace spare MC and heater.

3.59

096 TC Temperature Sensor Breakdown for Backup

(A)Thermal couple failure or the temperature did not rise to 60 degree C within 20
minutes.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace spare thermocouple.
b) Check/replace spare MC and heater.

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3.60

099 The Oil Temperature Sensor Breakdown:

(A)Oil thermal couple failure.


(B)Remedy: Check/replace hydraulic oil thermocouple.

3.61

100 The Practical Temperature is Too Low at Sector 1

(A)Intending to do injection/plasticizing/decompression while temperature difference


between the actual values and the settings greater than T1 low deviation setting.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace MC and heater.
b) Modify T1 deviation settings.

Menu20
TEMPERATURE SETTING PAGE

MOLD NO : yyyyyyyy
NOZZLE
AA%

OIL. T ???

T1
BBB
???

T2
CCC

T6
GGG

Tc
HHH
???

HIGH ALARM
III
JJJ
KKK
LLL
MMM
LOW ALARM
PPP
QQQ
RRR
SSS
TTT
AIR COOLING
aaa
bbb
ccc
ddd
eee
SELECT
ZZZZZZZZZZZ
IN SATND-BY TEMPERATURE MODE, DROP SETTING TEMPERATURE : YY%
FREQUENT USING RESINS BARREL TEMPERATURE
RESIN
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
TC
DENSITY
PE
260
270
260
255
250
240
500
1.0
PP
220
230
220
210
200
190
500
1.0
HI-PS
210
220
210
200
190
180
500
1.0
ABS
255
260
250
240
230
220
500
1.0
PC
280
300
290
280
270
260
500
1.0
PA-66
300
300
290
280
270
260
500
1.0
POM
200
210
210
200
190
180
500
1.0
PMMA-1
240
250
240
230
220
210
500
1.0
PMMA-2
225
230
220
210
210
200
500
1.0

NNN
UUU
fff

OOO
VVV

3.62

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

???

T5
FFF

???

F2

???

T4
EEE

???

F1

???

T3
DDD

F8

F9

F10

101 The Practical Temperature Is Too Low at Sector 2

(A)Intending to do injection/plasticizing/decompression while temperature difference


between the actual values and the settings greater than T2 low deviation setting,
alarm will sound.
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(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace MC and heater.
b) Modify T2 deviation settings in menu 20.

3.63

102 The Practical Temperature Is Too Low at Sector 3

(A)Intending to do injection/plasticizing/decompression while temperature difference


between the actual values and the settings greater than T3 low deviation setting,
alarm will sound.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace MC and heater.
b) Modify T3 deviation settings in menu 20.

3.64

103 The Practical Temperature Is Too Low at Sector 4

(A)Intending to do injection/plasticizing/decompression while temperature difference


between the actual values and the settings greater than T4 low deviation setting,
alarm will sound.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace MC and heater.
b) Modify T4 deviation settings in menu 20.

3.65

104 The Practical Temperature Is Too Low at Sector 5

(A)Intending to do injection/plasticizing/decompression while temperature difference


between the actual values and the settings greater than T3 low deviation setting,
alarm will sound.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace MC and heater.
b) Modify T5 deviation settings in menu 20.

3.66

105 The Practical Temperature Is Too Low at Sector 6

(A)Intending to do injection/plasticizing/decompression while temperature difference


between the actual values and the settings greater than T6 low deviation setting,
alarm will sound.
(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace MC and heater.
b) Modify T6 deviation settings in menu 20.

3.67

106 The Practical Temperature Is Too Low for Backup

(A)Intending to do injection/plasticizing/decompression while temperature difference


between the actual values and the settings greater than TC low deviation setting,
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alarm will sound.


(B)Remedy:
a) Check/replace MC and heater.
b) Modify TC deviation settings in menu 20.

3.68

109 The Practical Oil Temperature Is Too Low

(A) When hydraulic oil temperature is lower than setting value, warning message will
appear.
(B) Remedy: If warning message comes up, check liquid pressure temperature function.

3.69

110 The Practical Oil Temperature Is Too High at Sector 1

(A)If the actual barrel temperature is higher than the computer setting temperature
plus the high temperature deviation in menu 20, the alarm will show. The injection
operation can be done in auto mode, but the plasticizing and decompression can
not. There is no limitation in manual mode.
(B)Remedy:
a) Please check whether the heater junction is short-circuited.
b) Please adjust the T1 temperature deviation in menu 20.

Menu20
TEMPERATURE SETTING PAGE

MOLD NO : yyyyyyyy
NOZZLE
AA%

OIL. T ???

T1
BBB
???

T2
CCC

T6
GGG

Tc
HHH
???

HIGH ALARM
III
JJJ
KKK
LLL
MMM
LOW ALARM
PPP
QQQ
RRR
SSS
TTT
AIR COOLING
aaa
bbb
ccc
ddd
eee
SELECT
ZZZZZZZZZZZ
IN SATND-BY TEMPERATURE MODE, DROP SETTING TEMPERATURE : YY%
FREQUENT USING RESINS BARREL TEMPERATURE
RESIN
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
TC
DENSITY
PE
260
270
260
255
250
240
500
1.0
PP
220
230
220
210
200
190
500
1.0
HI-PS
210
220
210
200
190
180
500
1.0
ABS
255
260
250
240
230
220
500
1.0
PC
280
300
290
280
270
260
500
1.0
PA-66
300
300
290
280
270
260
500
1.0
POM
200
210
210
200
190
180
500
1.0
PMMA-1
240
250
240
230
220
210
500
1.0
PMMA-2
225
230
220
210
210
200
500
1.0

NNN
UUU
fff

OOO
VVV

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

190

???

T5
FFF

???

F2

???

T4
EEE

???

F1

???

T3
DDD

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3.70

111 The Practical Oil Temperature Is Too High at Sector 2

(A)If the actual barrel temperature is higher than the computer setting temperature
plus the high temperature deviation in menu 20, the alarm will show. The injection
operation can be done in auto mode, but the plasticizing and decompression can
not. There is no limitation in manual mode.
(B)Remedy:
a) Please check whether the heater junction is short-circuited and check if heat slide
touches the ground.
b) Please adjust the T2 temperature deviation in menu 20.

3.71

11 The Practical Oil Temperature Is Too High at Sector 3

(A)If the actual barrel temperature is higher than the computer setting temperature
plus the high temperature deviation in menu 20, the alarm will show. The injection
operation can be done in auto mode, but the plasticizing and decompression can
not. There is no limitation in manual mode.
(B)Remedy:
a) Please check whether the heater junction is short-circuited and to check if the
heater slide touch the ground.
b) Please adjust the T3 temperature deviation in menu 20.

3.72

113 The Practical Oil Temperature Is Too High at Sector 4

(A)If the actual barrel temperature is higher than the computer setting temperature
plus the high temperature deviation in menu 20, the alarm will show. The injection
operation can be done in auto mode, but the plasticizing and decompression can
not. There is no limitation in manual mode.
(B)Remedy:
a) Please check whether the heater junction is short-circuited and check if heater
slide touches the ground.
b) Please adjust the T4 temperature deviation in menu 20.

3.73

114 The Practical Oil Temperature Is Too High at Sector 5

(A)If the actual barrel temperature is higher than the computer setting temperature
plus the high temperature deviation in menu 20, the alarm will show. The injection
operation can be done in auto mode, but the plasticizing and decompression can
not. There is no limitation in manual mode.
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(B)Remedy:
a) Please check whether the heater junction is short-circuited and check if heater
slide touches the ground.
b) Please adjust the T5 temperature deviation in menu 20.

3.74

115 The Practical Oil Temperature Is Too High at Sector 6

(A)If the actual barrel temperature is higher than the computer setting temperature
plus the high temperature deviation in menu 20, the alarm will show. The injection
operation can be done in auto mode, but the plasticizing and decompression can
not. There is no limitation in manual mode.
(B)Remedy:
a) Please check whether the heater junction is short-circuited and check if heater
slide touches the ground.
b) Please adjust the T6 temperature deviation in menu 20.

3.75

116 The Practical Oil Temperature Is Too High for Backup

(A)If the actual barrel temperature is higher than the computer setting temperature
plus the high temperature deviation in menu 20, the alarm will show. The injection
operation can be done in auto mode, but the plasticizing and decompression can
not. There is no limitation in manual mode.
(B)Remedy:
a) Please check whether the heater junction is short-circuited and check if heater
slide touches the ground.
b) Please adjust the T6 temperature deviation in menu 20.

3.76

118 The Oil Temperature Is Too High

(A)If oil temperature is higher than setting value, the alarm will appear to remind
customer.
(B)Remedy:
a) There is one sensor used to detect the hydraulic oil temperature. If the alarm
shows, please check whether the hydraulic oil cooling system is normal. Clean
the cooler. And recheck the temperature setting parameters.

3.77

119 Barrel Temperature Is Maintained

(A)The message will show when the barrel insulation function is working.
plasticizing, and decompression can not be done at this stage.

Injection,

(B)Remedy: Please move cursor to select ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ in menu 20, and press

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key or

key to select Heating option, then the alarm can be deleted.

Menu20
TEMPERATURE SETTING PAGE

MOLD NO : yyyyyyyy
NOZZLE
AA%

OIL. T ???

T1
BBB
???

T2
CCC

T6
GGG

Tc
HHH
???

HIGH ALARM
III
JJJ
KKK
LLL
MMM
LOW ALARM
PPP
QQQ
RRR
SSS
TTT
AIR COOLING
aaa
bbb
ccc
ddd
eee
SELECT
ZZZZZZZZZZZ
IN SATND-BY TEMPERATURE MODE, DROP SETTING TEMPERATURE : YY%
FREQUENT USING RESINS BARREL TEMPERATURE
RESIN
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
TC
DENSITY
PE
260
270
260
255
250
240
500
1.0
PP
220
230
220
210
200
190
500
1.0
HI-PS
210
220
210
200
190
180
500
1.0
ABS
255
260
250
240
230
220
500
1.0
PC
280
300
290
280
270
260
500
1.0
PA-66
300
300
290
280
270
260
500
1.0
POM
200
210
210
200
190
180
500
1.0
PMMA-1
240
250
240
230
220
210
500
1.0
PMMA-2
225
230
220
210
210
200
500
1.0

NNN
UUU
fff

OOO
VVV

3.78

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

???

T5
FFF

???

F2

???

T4
EEE

???

F1

???

T3
DDD

F8

F9

F10

Alarm Voice Output Description


A) When the machine is abnormal, display will show users alarm by voice and displaying.
B) The sound of alarm is long, time of output is controlled by menu (38) time of
output is ddddd Cnt 29 is the timer, when time has been reached, the alarm will not
sound immediately.
C) Counter Cnt 29 and Counter Cnt 30 is 1 SEC setter in menu (39B). 1-sec. timing
fff.ff Time provided is 1.0 Please do not set parameter yourself. If you want
10 seconds alarm, Cnt 29 has to be set to 10; and if you want to pause 5 seconds,
then Cnt 30 has to be set to 5 .

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Menu38
CONUTER MONITORING PAGE
DESCRIPTION
EJECT TIMES
O.K. NO.
BATCH OF MOLDING
UNSCREW FAST TURNS
BARREL PURGE TIMES
SPARE C10
MOLD HEIGHT
SPARE C14
DEFECTS NO.
LUBRICATION-CYCLES
SPARE 0
SPARE C22
TeethUP-DOWNcounting
???
SPARE C26
SPARE C28

F1

F2

SET
AAAAA
CCCCC
EEEEE
GGGGG
IIIII
KKKKK
MMMMM
OOOOO
QQQQQ
SSSSS
UUUUU
WWWWW

F3

TURE
DESCRIPTION
????? VIBRATION EJECTION
????? DEFECT NO.
????? UNSCREW FAST TURNS
????? 3STEP UNSCREW TURN
????? LOW-PR. PRO. ALARM
????? SPARE C11
????? TIMES OF PNEU. EJE
????? SPARE C15
????? SPARE C17
????? GREASE LUBRICATION
????? SPARE C21
????? SPARE C23
YYYYY ?????
SPARE C25

aaaaa
ccccc
eeeee

?????
?????
?????

F4

F5

SPARE C27
BUZZ OUTPUT

F6

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F7

F8

SET
BBBBB
DDDDD
FFFFF
HHHHH
JJJJJ
LLLLL
NNNNN
PPPPP
RRRRR
TTTTT
VVVVV
XXXXX

TURE
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
ZZZZZ ??

bbbbb
ddddd
fffff

?????
?????
?????

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Menu39B
TIMER REVIEW MONITORING PAGE
DESCRIPTION
SPARE T32
SPARE T34
ABNOR MD OP DELAY
COUNT MD THICK
SPARE T40
SPARE T42
EJECT BUFFER TIME
ATUO CLA END BUF
MOTOR START-UP
DECOM END DELAY
SPECIAL FUNC
SPARE T54
Q.M.CYL.O DELAY
M.THICK DELAY
FEEDING END DELAY
CORE END DELAY

F1

F2

F3

SET
AAAA.A
CCCC.C
EEEE.E
GGGG.G
IIII.I
KKKK.K
MMM.MM
OOOO.O
QQQ.QQ
SSS.SS
UUU.UU
WWWW.W
YYY.YY
aaa.aa
ccc.cc
eee.ee

TURE
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
????.?
???.??
???.??
????.?
????.?
???.??
???.??
???.??
???.??

F4

F5

DESCRIPTION
SPARE T33
SPARE T35
SPARE T37
NOZZLE STROKE CHEC
SPARE T41
SPARE T43
ABNORMAL SHUT-OFF
AUTO OP END BUF TI
SPARE T49
CLAMP END. DELAY
CLAMP CYL. DELAY
CLA CYL.O. DELAY
MOLD OPEN TIME
UNSCREW END DELAY
SPARE T61
1 SEC TIMER

F6

F7

F8

SET
BBBB.B
DDDD.D
FFFF.F
HHHH.H
JJJ.JJ
LLLL.L
NNNN.N
PPPP.P
RRRR.R
TTTT.T
VVV.VV
XXXX.X
ZZZ.ZZ
bbb.bb
ddd.dd
fff.ff

F9

TURE
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
????.?
???.??
????.?
???.??
???.?
???.??
???.??

F10

D) CDC-2000 has only one alarm voice, its operational cycle is shown as
follows:
Alarm Voice

Alarm Voice

Output By CNT

Pause By CNT30

29

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4. Selecting Operational Description


4.1

The Control By Combined Injection Machine and Robotic Arm

4.1.1 Input Node Control of Injection Machine


A) Input 32- Confirmed signal of robot, when robot is used, the signal is OFF, otherwise,
the signal is ON.
B) Input 33-Confirmed signal of product was gotten by robot in auto mode, when the
product is obtained, the signal is ON, otherwise, and the signal is OFF.
C) Input 34-The robot can do ejector advance in auto mode while the signal is ON.
D) Input 35- Robot can control the molds closing of injection machine while the signal is
ON. If OFF appear then injection machine cant close the mold and 064 warning
will appear.
4.1.2 Output Node Control of Injection Machine
A) OUT 85-In auto mode, when injection was finished, the signal is ON.
B) OUT 86-When open mold stops, the signal is ON.
4.1.3 Operational Procedure
End of Mold-Closing Injection finished

End of Mold-Opening Ejector


Forward

ation

Finished

Ejector
Backward
Finished

d-Closing
tion
d-Opening
or Forward
or Backward
Output
OUT85
OUT86

Robots
Operation
Up
Down
Robots
Output
Come Back
Ejector Out
Confirmation
Confirmation
of Product

4.1.4 Operational Descriptions:


When the robot was used (Machine signal is Input 32 OFF), whether the injection
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machine can do mold-closing that depends on the Input 35 ON, otherwise will appear
046 robot doesnt come back initial position message. In auto mode, after the
injection machine got the product and return to its position, machine will verify
product signal (input 33), when machine time is up, if the signal is not verified
then 047 remove product and check warning will appear.
In semi-auto mode, after cyclic operation, safety door must be used to control the new activity, at the
same time the product must be taken out and then close the safety door, so this is the mode to use
when not using robot to remove product. The robot must not control the safety door when it is in
semi-auto mode. If worker open the safety door and then close it, it will cause robot that control
machine to have error.
4.1.5 Counting Diagram

4.2 The Selection of Injection Mode


4.2.1 Auto pressure holding
(A) Setting Method:
In injecting setting menu 11, move cursor to selectnnnnnnnnnnnnnn and press
or

to select Auto hold-pressure or close-loop+Auto hold-pressure, then

press

key to complete a correction.

(B) Operational Method:


In auto-filling mode, when the plastics is cooled or stuck, such that the practical speed was
lower than the setting value, that will appear alarm to the customer.
4.2.1 Close-loop:
(A) Setting Method:
In injection menu 11, move cursor to select
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or

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select close-loop or close-loop +auto hold-pressure and press

to complete a

correction.
(B) Operational Method:
The function is feedback of oil pressure and showing the pressure in the menu.
In auto mode, the filling procedure, the amount of material depends on the need and injects
into mold cavity. Compare forward speed and setting value, correct injecting speed
automatically. In pressure holding sensor tells the actual liquid pressure and pressure
holding setting.

Menu11
INJECTION SETTING
CUSHION END : uuuu.umm
Tt.ff

Tt.ee

Tt.dd

Tt.cc

Tt.bb

Tt.aa

6
UU
VV

5
QQ
RR

4
MM
NN

3
II
JJ

2
EE
FF

1
AA
BB

WWW.W
XX
3
gg
hh
iii.i
pp.p

2
dd
ee
fff.f
oo.o

????.?mm
FEEDING TIME : wwww.wSEC

FILLING TIME : xx.xxSEC

SSS.S
TT

1
aa
bb
ccc.c
nn.n

OOO.O
PP

zzz.z
KKK.K
LL

GGG.G
HH

CCC.C
DD

TIME OD STAGE
DOSING END
SPEED %
PRESSURE%
TIME SEC
POSITION
PERSENT%

ZZZ.Z
100%

SPEED %
PRSSSURE %
TIME SEC
SLOPE %

HOLDING PRESSURE AT :
INJECT LEAKAGE POSTION:
INJECTION MODE:

jjjbar
BOOST INJECTION:
llll.lmm
INJECTION CHOCKED POSTION: mmmm.mmm
nnnnnnnnnnnnnn

SET
F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

4.3 Optic Meters Vibrating Ejector Function


4.3.1 Setting Method:
(A)
In ejector menu 05 to set ejector NO. :NNNNN and vibrating
NO.PPPPP parameter.
(B)

Set ejector forward, backward speed, pressure and position.

(C)

Select ejectors function MMMMMMMMM to vibrate ejector.

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Menu05
EJECTOR SETTING

????.?mm
FORE 1
FORE 2
AA
DD
BB
EE
CCC.C
FFF.F

SPEED %
PRSEEURE %
POSTION mm

BACK 2
JJ
KK
LLL.L

BACK 1
GG
HH
III.I

EJECTION MODE : MMMMMMMMMMM

EJECTION DURING MOLD OPENING :

SPEED %
PRSEEURE %
POSTION mm

NUMBER OF EJECTION : NNNNN


VIBRATION EJECTION COUNT : PPPPP
EJECT-OUT INTERMISSION
: OOOO.Os
MOLD OPENING POSTION AT

: QQQQ.Qmm

SPARE EJECTOR FORWARD POSTION : RRR.Rmm


SPARE EJECTOR BACKWARD POSTION: SSS.Smm

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

4.3.2. Method of operation:


(A) In auto or semi-auto mold-opening, ejector advanced to FFF.F, and come back to 1 III.I,
immediately the ending position will cause ejector to advance, such cyclic operation should
be done PPPPP times, then ejector will come back to LLL.L. This kind of operation
method we count it once.
(B) If ejector amount (NNNNN) is set twice, above operation will perform twice.
flow chart above.

Refer to the

In the ejector vibrating function, the directional value of hydraulic circuit must be corrected,
after the correction the ejector non-return function cant be used. (After ejector has
advanced, ejector stops DD.D setting time then let the ejector go back).

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Operational Procedure

AABB

DDEE

AABB

DDEE

GGHH

CNT1=1
DDEE

JJKK

GGHH

JJKK

GGHH

CNT1=2

CNT0=1

CNT0=1
AABB

AABB

DDEE

DDEE

GGHH

CNT1=1
DDEE

JJKK

CNT1=2

GGHH

CNT0=2
(ENC3)
LLL.L

JJKK

GGHH

CNT0=2
III.I

FFF.F

LLL.L

III.I

FFF.F

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4.4 Using Printer


4.4.1 Printers specification:
The printers specification of CDC-2000 controller is EPSON STYLUS COLOR 600 or
EPSON STYLUS COLOR.
4.4.2 Quality recording and Data Printing:

Menu44
QUATILY RECORD
PROD. DEFE. CYCLE FILLE CUSH.FEED.
NO.
NO.
TIME TIME END TIME
125742 12312 123.3 12.12 12.1 123.1
125741 12312 123.3 12.13 12.0 123.1
125740 12312 123.3 12.10 12.0 123.1
125739 12312 123.3 12.09 12.2 123.1
125738 12312 123.3 12.10 12.1 123.1
125737 12312 123.3 12.11 12.4 123.1
125736 12311 123.3 12.15 12.1 123.1
125735 12311 123.3 12.12 12.0 123.1
125734 12311 123.3 12.10 12.0 123.1
125733 12311 123.3 12.10 12.3 123.1
125732 12311 123.3 12.15 12.1 123.1
125731 12311 123.3 12.12 12.0 123.1
125730 12311 123.3 12.10 12.0 123.1
SET VALUE 123.3 12.15 12.1 129.1
DEVIATION

AA.AA BB.B CCC.C


QC CONTROL

SET KKKKK CYCLE DATA AS STANDARD


EVERY LL MOLDS SEND QUALITY

F1

F2

F3

F4

FEED. V/P T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6
END
PR.
123.0 123 220 228 220 210 200 190
122.9 123 220 228 220 210 200 190
122.5 123 220 229 220 210 200 190
123.1 123 220 229 220 210 200 190
123.6 123 220 229 221 210 200 190
123.1 123 220 229 221 210 200 190
123.1 123 220 230 221 210 200 190
123.0 123 220 230 221 210 200 190
123.1 123 220 230 221 210 200 190
122.9 123 220 229 221 210 200 190
123.1 123 220 230 221 210 200 190
123.0 123 220 230 221 210 200 190
123.1 123 220 230 221 210 200 190
123.0 123
DDD.D EEE

VALUE (QUALITY CONTROL): CONFIRM


RECORD DATA TO PRINTER :

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

TC
180
179
180
180
180
181
181
180
180
180
181
180
180

F10

(A) Move cursor to menu 44 LL to set printing space, when the setting value is
1, when every product produced then every quality record will be printed,
5 means printing 5 times, 0 means not printing.
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(B) To operate printer move cursor to selecting switch M, press

or

to select open, then printer can be used.


(C) In the automatic operation, after cyclic operation, printer will print data
referred to parameter.

4.4.3 The Printing Format:


Column Perfect Defect Product Filling Injec- Feeding Feeding V/P T1
No.
cycle
time tion end time
end
Pres.
Descripti No.
on.
Menu 44
LL=1

Menu 44
LL=5

T2

T3

T4

T5

T6

65503 65530
65504 65530
65505 65530
.
.

65.4
65.2
64.9
.

2.65 10.2
2.61 10.5
2.62 10.4
.
.

9.0 105.3
9.6 105.1
9.3 105.4
.
.

62 199 210 200 191


60 200 210 200 191
61 200 211 199 190
.
.
.
.
.

32
32
32
.

32
32
32
.

32
32
32
.

65505 65530
65510 65530
65515 65530
.
.

65.4
65.2
64.9
.

2.65 10.2
2.61 10.5
2.62 10.4
.
.

9.0 105.3
9.6 105.1
9.3 105.4
.
.

62 199 210 200 191


60 200 210 200 191
61 200 211 199 190
.
.
.
.
.

32
32
32
.

32
32
32
.

32
32
32
.

TC

4.4.4 Manual Printing


In manual mode, press

and

simultaneously, the printer will print the

current displaying manual, and will appear the printers mark in the lower left
corner and show the percentage of printing in the lower right corner, at the same
time, CDC-2000 may pause until the printing operation is finished.

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