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Leica M620 F18


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Inhaltsverzeichnis / Table of contents

Kapitel/Chapter Seite/Page
Liste der Symbole und deren Bedeutung 1
List of symbols and their meaning 2
Rechtsfragen / Legal questions 3
Sicherheit / Safety 4

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Liste der Symbole und deren Bedeutung

Unmittelbare Gebrauchsgefahr, die zwingend schwere Personenschden oder den


GEFAHR Tod zur Folge hat.

Gebrauchsgefahr oder sachwidrige Verwendung, die schwere Personenschden


WARNUNG oder den Tod bewirken kann.

Gebrauchsgefahr oder sachwidrige Verwendung, die nur geringe Personenschden,


VORSICHT aber wesentliche Sach-, Vermgens- oder Umweltschden bewirken kann.

Information

Nutzungsinformation, die dem Benutzer hilft, das Produkt, die Unterlagen technisch
richtig und effizient einzusetzen.
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List of symbols and their meaning

Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death
DANGER or serious injury.

Hazardous situation caused by careless or incorrect use may result in fatal injury or
WARNING even death.

Indicates an operating risk or improper operation. May cause minor personal


CAUTION injury but significant material, financial or environmental damage.

Information

Important paragraphs which must be adhered to in practice as they enable the


product or Service Manualation to be used in a technically-correct and
efficient manner.
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Sicherheit / Safety

Fr die Servicetechniker und Servicetechnikerinnen gelten folgende Pflichten:

Sie verstehen und befolgen die Sicherheitsinformationen und die Instruktionen auf dem Produkt, in der Gebrauchsanweisung
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Service technicians have the following obligations:

To understand and follow the safety information and instructions on the product, in the user manual and in this Service
Manual.

To be familiar with the newest local regulations relating to safety, prevention of accidents and employment security.

To inform Leica Microsystems (Schweiz) AG, Heerbrugg, immediately in writing if the equipment becomes unsafe.
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Swing arms for
M620 F18 / CM18 / CT18

10 665736 Release 10/2006

Table of content Page

1. Technical Description 1-I


2. Replacing Modules 2-I
3. Maintenance 3-I
4. Spare Parts Catalogue 4-I
Releases Swing arms for M620 F 18 / CM18 / CT18 - Service manual

Release 09/06
First edition
SML Swing arm F18 / C18 Technical Description
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1 Technical Description

Table of content

Chapter Page

1.1 Description 1-1

1.2 Technical data for swing arm M620 F18 1-1

1.3 Technical data for swing arm M620 CM18/CT18 1-2


Technical Description SML Swing arm F18 / C18
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SML Swing arm F18 / CM18/CT18 Technical Description
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1 Technical Description

1.1 Description
The swing arm for the M620 F18 respectively M620 CM18/CT18 consists of the horizontal
arm with integrated control module and parallelogram.
In the parallelogram is built in a pressure spring to balance different weights.
The swing arm has 3 mechanical articulation brakes with brake knob, 1 locking lever for
vertical movement.

1.2 Technical Data for Swing arm M620 F18

System-Article n 10 448 205


Load Max. 5.4 kg from microscope / dovetail ring interface
Range Max. 1270 mm
Lift 670 mm
Balance Pressure spring
Turning range Axis 1 (near column): no limit stop
Axis 2 (in the middle): +180/-135
Axis 3 (over XY unit): 155
Weight swing arm and 38 kg
microscope
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1.3 Technical Data for Swing arm M620 CM18/CT18

System-Article n 10 448 210


Load Max. 5.4 kg from microscope / dovetail ring interface
Range Max. 1270 mm
Lift 670 mm
Balance Pressure spring
Turning range Axis 1 (ceiling mount): 165
Axis 2 (in the middle): +180/-135
Axis 3 (over XY unit): 155
Weight swing arm and 38 kg
microscope
Total weight approx. 113 kg (complete system with console and playload)
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2 Replacing Modules
Table of content

Chapter Page

2.1 Overview of Swing arm M620 F18 2-1


2.2 Overview of Swing arm M620 CM18/CT18 2-2
2.3 Replacing lift arm (ONDAL) 2-3
2.4 Replacing side-covers 2-4
2.5 Replacing tilt switch 2-6
Replacing Modules SML Swing arm F18/CM18/CT18
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2.1 Overview of Swing arm M620 F18

5 3 2
9

1 1 4
1 Fig. 1

Fig. 1

1 Brakes

2 Rotary knob for balancing

3 Locking pin

4 Control module

7 5 Lift arm (ONDAL)

6 Horizontal arm

7 Cable IF Bd. XY Bd (part of lift arm)

8 Cable clamp

9 Tilt switch (part of lift arm)

Fig. 2
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2.2 Overview of Swing arm M620


CM18/CT18

5 3 2

10

1 4 1

1 Brakes

2 Rotary knob for balancing

3 Locking pin

4 Control module

5 Lift arm (ONDAL)

6 Horizontal arm

7 Cable IF Bd. XY Bd (see page 2-1, Fig. 2)

8 Cable clamp (see page 2-1, Fig. 2)

9 Tilt switch (see page 2-1, Fig. 1)

10 Mechanical stop
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2.3 Replacing lift arm (ONDAL)

1. Secure arm by inserting locking pin before parts are


removed from.
(page 2-1, Fig. 1- Pos. 3)
6
2. Unscrew control module (see Doc.Code 10 665739 SML)

3. Disconnect cable IF Bd.-XY Bd. (1) at interface board


Fig.1/Fig. 3

4. Remove cable clamp (2)


Fig. 2

1 5. Remove cover (3 ) and untighten allen screw (4)


Secured with Loctite 222, tightening torque: 8Nm
3, 4 Fig. 1

6. Release brake (5)


Fig. 1

5 7. Pull out arm (6) in direction arrow.


Fig. 1
Fig. 1
Note

When the pivot pipes (8) are removed, it is possible for the
clamping chucks (7) to fall out.

Remove clamping chucks (7).

Assembly note

Note the fitting positions of the clamping chucks (7)


see Fig. 4
2

Fig. 2 7 8
grease FM4

1
P1

Loctite 270

Fig. 4

Fig. 3
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2.4 Replacing side covers

2 3

Fig. 1 1. Secure arm by inserting locking pin (1) before parts are removed
from.

2. Take off both side covers (2 ) and removing four screws (3).

Fig. 1

Assembly:

3. Assemble side-covers (5) so, that the ends of the flexible steel
covers (4) are not built in the side-covers of the lift arm.

Fig. 2

4 4

4
4

Fig. 2
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4. Move the lift arm to it`s higher position


1
5. Install the flexible steel covers (1) they are guided into the slots
by the side-covers (2) of the lift arm.

Fig. 1 / 2

Fig. 1
1

Fig. 2

Fig. 3

6. Move the lift arm to it`s lower position.

7. Install the flexible steel covers (3) they are guided into the slots
by the side-covers (2) of the lift arm.
3
Fig. 3 / 4

Fig. 4
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2.5 Replacing tilt switch

1. Referring to page 2-5 secure lift arm and remove


side-covers

2. Disconnect tilt switch (1)

3 3. Untighten M4 threaded pin (2)

4. Pull out tilt switch (1) from the tilt carrier (3).
1
Fig. 1

2 4

Fig. 1

Assembly:

6. Assemble tilt switch (1) into the


tilt carrier (3) and tighten M4 threaded pin (2).

7. Re-adjust with two screws (4) tilt carrier (3) at


switch point between 37 and 40 if necessary.

Fig. 1

6. Referring to page 2-5/6 fix side-covers again.


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3 Maintenance

Table of content

Chapter Page

3.1 General maintenance 3-1

3.1 Swing arm 3-1


Maintenance SML Swing arm
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SML Swing arms F18/CM18/ CT18 Maintenance
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3 General Maintenance
Instruments and their accessories are generally exposed to dust and dirt.
Each time, before you use them, you should therefore carry out an external inspection of accessible mechanical and optical parts
such as eyepieces, optics carrier, objectives, binocular tubes and accessories and then clean them if necessary.

Dust and dirt have a negative effect on the results of your work.
When the instruments are not in use, you should use the dust covers and dust plugs provided.
In addition to the provisions of these general guidelines,

we recommend to service the Swing arms every 3 years.

3.1 Swing arm

Function test :
Brakes (3x)
Balance system
Interface column swing arm must be free from backlash
Sensor switch

Inspection :
Side covers all screws must be tightened
Electrical interface XY-unit -Control module
Check all labels at swing arm

Greasing :
Use grease type FM4 for brake parts (3x)
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SML Swing arm M620 F18/CM18/CT18 Spare Parts
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4 Spare Parts Catalogue

Table of content

Chapter Page

4.1 Swing arms M620 F18/CM18/CT18 4-1

4.2 Horizontal arm M620 F18/CM18/CT18 4-2

4.3 Lift arm (ONDAL) 4-3


Spare Parts SML Swing arm M620 F18/CM18/CT18
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Stock n Description / Specification Remark Drawing

4 Spare parts Catalogue

4.1 Swing arms for M620 F18/CM18/CT18

10 448205R Swing arm for M620 F18 page 2-1


Fig. 1

10 448210R Swing arm for M620 CM18/CT18 page 2-2

10 714408

10 714408 Mechanical limit stop only for


M620 CT18

10 426291 Cable clamp page 2-1/ Fig. 2


Spare parts catalogue SML Swing arms M620 F18/CM18/CT18
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Stock n Description / Specification Remark Drawing

4.2 Horizontal arm

10 713955R Horizontal arm without


M620 F18 power module
page 2-1
Fig. 1/6

10 714301R Horizontal arm without


M620 CM18/CT18 power module
page 2-2
pos. 6

10 713969 10 713949

10 713969 Brake knob

10 713949 Cover

10 714420 Clamping chuck page 2-4


Fig. 4

10 714421 Clamping piece page 2-4


Fig. 4
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Stock n Description / Specification Remark Drawing

4.3 Lift arm (ONDAL)

10 714027R Lift arm (ONDAL)

10 714636 10 714637

10 714636 Cover-set set consists of


left and right
covers

10 714637 Brake knob

10 713855 Tilt switch built in under the


cover-set
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Stock n Description / Specification Remark Drawing
Leica M620 Optics Carrier and
Focus Tilt
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Table of contents
1. Technical Description
2. Wiring Diagram and Locations
3. Service Programs
4. Fault Finding
5. Replacing Modules
6. Spare Parts
Release 10/2006

First edition

Release 10/2007

Update chapter 1 (additional electrical description)


New chapter 3 (was missing)
Update chapter 4 (additions)
Leica M620 Optics carrier and Focus Tilt Technical description
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1 . Technical description -
Leica M620 Optics
Carrier and Focus Tilt
Table of content
Chapter Page

1.1 Overview 1-1

1.2 Electrical description 1-2


1.2.1 System block diagram 1-2
1.2.2 Power supply 1-3
1.2.3 Processor board 1-3
1.2.4 Focus drive 1-3
1.2.5 Switch board 1-3
1.2.6 Optics carrier 1-3
1.2.7 XY unit 1-3
1.2.8 Tilt sensor 1-4
1.2.9 Graphic module/touch panel 1-4

1.3 Technical data 1-5


1.3.1 M620 Optics carrier 1-5
1.3.2 M620 Focus tilt 1-5
Technical description Leica M620 Optics carrier and Focus Tilt
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M620 Optics carrier and Focus Tilt Description
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Leica M620 Optics Carrier and Focus Tilt

1.1 Overview
The Leica M620 microscope system is our new Ophthalmology microscope following the
Leica M501. It is available with the Stand systems F18/CM18/CT18/TTS.

1 Swing arm
2 XY-Drive (optional)
3 Tilt head
4 Focus unit
5 Binocular tube
6 Eyepieces
7 Optics carrier
8 Objective
9 Control module
10 Base
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1.2 Electrical description

1.2.1 System block diagram

90 to 264 VAC AC/DC converter


Mains filter
50/60 Hz

24VDC

Horizontal arm
Graphic module with Interface board
touch panel 5V out / 24Vin
RS232 Transducer RS485

RS232

Tilt sensor Swing arm

X/Y coupling
Foot- or hand- XY board
switch

Switch board Focus tilt carrier


Center keys / LEDs
Processor board

Encoder
Optics carrier

Connector board

Encoder
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1.2.2 Power supply The receptacle module contains 2 fuses and a line filter. The mains switch is illuminated
when it is in on-position, powered by the line voltage. A switched power supply converts
the line voltage to a DC voltage of 24V. The output current is limited to 7.5A.

1.2.3 Processor board General


The processor board manages all motor movements and the current control for the
lamps. Commands from/to the user interface (graphic module with touch panel) are
sent/received via the RS485 bus. The user interface SW and user data are stored on the
processor board. All commands are executed by the processor board, the graphic
module acts just like a terminal. Commands from a connected foot- or hand switch (up to
16 functions) are received via a RS232 interface.
Supply voltages
The regulated 24VDC from the power supply is used for the servo drivers and for creating
the logic supply (5V and 3.3V): A fuse (PolySwitch, 0.5A) disconnects the 24V from the
regulators in case of an over-current.
Servo circuits
All servo circuits are located on the processor board. Zoom and focus are digital servo
loops, requiring encoder feedback from the axis movement. X and Y-axes are driven with
stepper motors.
Lamp driver
The lamp driver delivers a regulated DC voltage for the halogen bulbs. A sense line
detects if a bulb is defective or missing.
SW history
Version 1.0 till February 2007
Version 1.1 from February 2007: improved range in X & Y
SW downloads via service interface
A service port with RS232 interface allows SW upgrades. For future use.

1.2.4 Focus drive The focus is driven by a special DC motor, a linear actuator (25V/2.5A). A separate
encoder is mechanically engaged to the drive. It reads the actual position and feeds it
back to the processor board. The drive position is initialized during start-up by a middle
position switch. It is a light barrier, mounted on the processor board. It indicates if the
drive is below or above of the initialization point (the point is 1/3 below the upper limit).
The range is defined in the SW by a certain value of encoder steps. No adjustments are
required after a motor- or encoder replacement. Upper and lower limit switches, directly
mounted on the processor board, interrupt the motor current in case of an override.

1.2.5 Switch board The switch board contains 2 keys for XY reset and focus reset. 2 LEDs indicate if the
center positions are reached. The board is directly connected to the processor board.

1.2.6 Optics carrier It contains the zoom drive and the lamp housing. Two halogen bulbs are placed on a
quick-lamp-changer. Because of generation of heat there is only a connector board
without electronic components integrated. The bulbs are supplied from the processor
board with a DC voltage between 0V and max. 11,2V.
A DC motor with mounted encoder drives the zoom. At the start up it drives into the lower
mechanical limit for initialization. There are no sensors and no limit switches. The range
is defined in the SW by a certain value of encoder steps. No adjustments are required
after a motor- or zoom replacement.

1.2.7 XY unit The unit is driven by two stepper motors, which are directly powered from the processor
board. The actual position of the X and Y unit is determined by means of the amount of
commanded steps. The range is defined in the SW by a certain value of steps, with some
reserve to the mechanical limit. Each time when the middle position switches (light
barriers) are passed, the appropriate position counter is reset. At the start up each axis
moves to the center position.
The light barriers are mounted directly on the XY board; beside these circuits there are no
other electronic components on the XY board, just connectors.
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1.2.8 Tilt sensor The tilt sensor is mounted in the swing arm. In the most upper position of the swing arm it
closes the contact (max. 3 Ohm). The processor board reads the signal; it releases a reset
for X, Y and focus, the illumination is switched off and the zoom drives to the settled user
value.

1.2.9 Graphic module / General


touch panel / interface This module builds the user interface and consists of the interface board with attached
board graphic module & touch panel. It acts like a terminal for the processor board - commands
from/to the processor board are sent/received via the RS485 bus. User settings and
service functions are operated via the display and sent/received to/from the processor
board.
Graphic module / touch panel
It is a programmable LCD-graphic display with an analogue resistive touch panel. The
display has 240x128 pixel and blue LED illumination. The module requires 5V supply (typ.
210mA). The firmware allows a calibration of the touch panel. Brightness control is
possible via bus commands, but not programmed in the user interface of the M620. The
user interface program is loaded to the module at each start up of the system.
Interface board
The interface board distributes the 24V, coming from the power supply, to the entire
system via the swing arm cable. A regulator creates the 5V, which supplies the graphic
module. The footswitch connector is incorporated to the interface board; the RS232
signals are just wired through to the swing arm cable. The RS845 signals from the
processor are converted to RS232 signals for the graphic module.
Calibration of the touch panel
Due to aging or abrasion a calibration might be required:
1. Keep touch panel pressed while switching on.
2. After the message touch adjustment? release touch panel.
3. Within 1 second press again the touch panel.
4. Follow the instruction (digitize 2 points).
5. Reboot system.
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1.3 Technical Data

1.3.1 M620 Optics carrier Module n: 10 713 960

Magnification changer: Zoom 6:1, motor-driven; variable speed

Objectives: APO WD = 175 mm and 200 mm


f = 175 mm
f = 200 mm
f = 225 mm

Eyepieces wide field eyepieces for eyeglass


wearers, magnification10x
(optional 8.33x and 12.5x)

Illumination homogeneous, coaxial illumination,


60 mm dia. , adjustable brightness,
6 illumination blockable

Lamp changer: quick lamp changer mount with


2 12V/50 W halogen lamps

Filters: IR protective filter fixed,


KV420 UV protective filter fixed,
GG475 UV protective filter filter
switchable (optional)
2 slots for optional 32 mm dia. filters

1.3.2 M620 Focus Tilt Module no: 10 715 350

Focus: motorized, 50 mm; adjustable speed,


automatic reset when switching on
power, reset via button and auto reset

Tilt 5; manual fine adjustment


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2. Wiring and Localisations - Leica M620 Optics carrier


and Focus Tilt
Table of content

Chapter Page

2.1 Localisations 2-1


2.1.1 Optics carrier and Focus Tilt 2-1
2.2. Wiring diagram M620-System 2-2
2.2.1 Wiring diagram Optics carrier and Focus Tilt 2-3
Wiring and localisations M620 Optics carrier and Focus Tilt
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2.1 Localisations

2.1.1 Optics carrier and Focus Tilt

Switch board

Interface

Connector board
Processor board
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2.2 Wiring diagram M620 system (10 713950):


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3. Service programs -
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Table of content

Chapter Page

Service program 3-1


How to enter Service area 3-1
SW versions 3-1
Settings 3-2
Factory defaults 3-2
Software upgrade program 3-3
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3.1 Service program

3.1.1 How to enter the service area


Error messages and service information can be requested and displayed on the user interface. Enter the
service area in the menu:

1. Select speed menu


2. Press service button
3. Enter password: 537

The display shows up the Service functions with the following options:

1. Error list (description in section 4 / fault finding in this manual)


2. SW versions (description below)
3. Lamp info (description in section 4 / fault finding in this manual)
4. Settings (description below)
5. Factory default (description below)

3.1.2 SW versions
Press SW versions in service area. The display shows the actual versions (state 10/2007):

Software and HW version


of processor board

HW version of EEPROM

HW and SW version of
graphic module
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3.1.3 Settings
Press Settings in the service area. The display shows the actual settings for auto reset and XY
present:
Auto reset
If selected: the function is activated.
If not selected: the function is disabled.
XY present
If selected: a connected XY unit is operable.
If not selected: a connected XY unit is disabled.

3.1.4 Factory default


The Eeprom gets erased and all settings will be restored to factory default settings:
User 1..4 are reset to
- 12 function footswitch cross pedal with cataract standard configuration
- all speed settings to 50%
- light to 20%
- zoom to 9x
Auto reset and XY present get activated.
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3.2 Software update program

For future use; M620 download cable and Updater for M620 actually not available (state October 2007)

3.2.1 Software update for processor board


The M620 processor board allows a SW update by Laptop/PC. A download cable has to be connected to the service
port. The processor accepts data via the RS232 service interface. An update program, running on a PC/laptop sends
the SW via serial port (RS232).

Processor board M620 PC/Laptop


10714031
Win 95/98/2000/NT/ME/XP
Program Update Center
(on Update CD 10 712 463) or
from Intranet
Service port P4
COM port

RS232
Download cable M620 10 xxx xxx

3.2.2 Requirements
Personal computer or laptop
Windows 95/98/2000/CE/XP or NT
Free RS232 serial port (COM1)
Update center SW (updater.exe) and download cable

3.2.3 Software update procedure


Start program updater (updater.exe):

Remove focus cover to get access to processor board.


Connect download cable to connector P4 and switch on M620:
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Select connected COM port of computer and M620 tab:

Select Load File and choose M620-V1.x.hex:

Select Download:

The download process starts, visible in progress bar.


When download is finished, switch off the M620 and disconnect the download cable.
Restart M620 and check all functions.
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Table of content

Chapter Page
4.1 Diagnosis LED 4-1
4.2 SW-start-up sequence 4-2
4.3 Diagnosis in Service menu 4-2
1. How to enter the service area 4-2
2. Error messages 4-2
3. Lamp info 4-3
4.4 Foot switch diagnosis 4-3
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4 Fault finding M620 system

4.1 Diagnosis LEDs on processor board

D3 green blinking 1Hz: SW activity


D6 green: no defined function
D16 yellow: 24V present
D17 yellow: 5V present
D18 yellow: 3.3V present

LED D16 LED D6 LED D18 LED D3

LED D17
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4.2 SW-start-up sequence M620 system

1. Request to graphic module: which SW version?


2. If SW version is old, then update trial; if up to date proceeds to 3, else it stucks here
3. Show init screen (Leica logo)
4. Start zoom init (drive zoom to lower mechanical stop)
5. Start X and Y init (drive to center position)
6. Start focus init (drive to focus stat position)
7. Show main screen
8. Activate user settings

Trouble shooting hint: If system stucks in step 2 (just a blue empty display visible) try the calibration
(page 1-4 in this manual); if the calibration does not work then the graphic module is defective.

4.3 Diagnosis in Service menu

4.3.1 How to enter the service area


Error messages and service information can be requested and displayed on the user interface. Enter the service area
in the menu:

1. Select speed menu


2. Press service button
3. Enter password: 537

4.3.2 Error messages


Press Errorlist in the service area:
A window opens up and occurred errors are displayed. Pressing the clear button erases all errors.
Following error messages can appear:

EEPROM checksum error Wrong checksum in EEPROM is normal at an new control unit

LCD communication error Communication with display unit is interfered (Problem at


connector or defective display unit)

Zoom init error Zoom motor cannot be initialised the reference position is not found

Unexpected stop of zoom Zoom motor blocked (Problem: defective motor, wiring, connector, gear)

Focus init error Focus motor cannot be initialised the reference position is not found
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Unexpected stop of focus Focus motor blocked (Problem: defective motor or focus encoder, wiring,
connector, gear)

XY init error X- respectively Y-motor can not be initialised the reference position is not
found (Problem: X- or Y-motor can not move, is defective or blocked, defective
light barrier for X- or Y-range at XY board, loose dampers)

Error XX XX = figure of software error

4.3.3 Lamp info


Press Lamp info in the service area. The display shows information about the lamps:
Voltage
Voltage of selected lamp (min = 0.8V, max = 10.9V)
Current
Current of selected lamp (min = 1A, max = 4A; if no lamp connected = 0A)
Power
Power of selected lamp (min = 0.8W, max = 43.6W; if no lamp connected = 0W)
Lamp status
Lamp status of the active and the spare lamp is displayed (ok or def.)
Voltage has to be higher than 0.8V; else the lamp status shows always ok.

4.4 Foot switch diagnosis


Foot- or hand switch functions can be checked in the main menu/section programming of footswitch:
1. Press any user key (1,2,3 or 4) for longer then 4 seconds
2. Press footswitch key

The display shows the footswitch symbol; any key pressed on a connected foot- or hand switch must light up in the
symbol.
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5.1 M620 Optics carrier 5-1

5.1.1 Removing optics carrier from Focus tilt 5-1


5.1.2 Removing Illumination part - Zoom carrier - Zoom motor 5-1
5.1.3 Removing lamp housing 5-3

5.2 M620 Focus / Tilt 5-6

5.2.1 Exchanging Processor board 5-6


5.2.2 Exchanging Switch board 5-7
5.2.3 Exchanging Focus motor 5-7
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5.1 M620 Optics carrier

5.1.1 Removing optics carrier from Focus tilt

2 1. Secure arm by inserting locking pin before parts are removed


from.

2. Move the optics carrier downwards until lower limit.

3. Switch off the microscope.

4. Take off the side cover (1) and removing two


Phillips screws (2).
1
Fig. 1

Fig. 1

5. Unscrew four allen screws (3) and disconnect optics carrier


from focus tilt.

Assembly note

One of the allen screws is without Speedlack.


3 Screw in this allen screw in the same threaded hole.
(must be electroconductive)

Fig. 2 Fig. 2

5.1.2 Removing Illumination part - Zoom carrier Zoom motor

1. Remove four allen screws (1) to dismantle the lower part of


the optics carrier (illumination part) from the upper part (zoom
part).

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5 2. Unplug the illumination (2) from connector board (3).

4 3

Fig. 1

Fig. 1

Assembly note

1. Connect illumination plug (2)

Fig. 1

2. Guide the bearing from the shutter knob into the slot.

Fig. 2

Fig. 2

Zoom carrier

7 3. Take off filter holder (4) and removing two Phillips screws (5).

Fig. 1

4. Unplug zoom motor (6) from connector board.

5. Unscrew four allen screws (7) and take out the complete
zoom mechanism slantwise upwards from zoom housing.

Fig. 3

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Zoom motor

6. Unscrew two screws (8) from motor adapter and take out the
zoom motor(9) sideways through the slot.
8
Fig. 1

Fig. 1

Caution: No grease at
the side of the bearing

Grease DF2M Grease the 3 guide


10534049 rods with D2M
10289964

5.1.3 Removing lamp housing

1. Remove two allen screws (1).

Fig. 2

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2. Move the quick lamp changer to the right (towards the


focus drive side)

3. Remove the left allen screw (2) behind the illumination door.

Fig. 3

Fig. 3

4. Move the quick lamp changer to the left (away from the
focus drive side).

5. Remove the right allen screw (3) behind the illumination


door.

Fig. 4
3

Fig. 4

4 6. Remove lamp housing (4)

Fig. 5

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5.2 M620 Focus / Tilt

5.2.1 Exchanging Processsor board

Caution
Avoid electrostatic charging.
Make sure the instrument is grounded (earthed).
Touch the housing itself before you touch boards and other electronic components.

1. Switch off the control module.

2. Take off cover (1) and removing six Phillips screws (2).

Fig. 1

1
2

Fig. 1

3. Unplug three plugs (3x) from the processor board (3)

4. Unscrew seven allen screws (4)

5. Unplug two plugs at the rear side of the processor board.

6. Remove processor board (3).

Fig. 2
3

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5.2.2 Exchanging Switch board

1. Switch off the control module

2. Remove processor board (see page 56)

3. Unscrew two allen screws (1) and remove Switch board (2).

2 Fig. 1

Fig. 1

5.2.3 Exchanging Focus motor

1. Move the focus downwards until lower limit.

2. Switch off the control module

3. Remove processor board (see page 56)

4. Unscrew two Phillips screws (4) and remove cover plate (3).

Fig. 2

4 3

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1 5. Take off cover-right (1) and removing six Phillips screws (2).

2 Fig. 3

6. Take out four allen screws with washers (3) from the motor
carrier.

Fig. 4

Fig. 3

Fig. 4

7. Take out two allen screws with washers (4) of motor axis (5).

8. Take off motor with motor carrier (5) upwards.

Fig. 5

Assembly note

For assembly focus must be in the lower limit.


5

Fig. 5

7
6
9. Untighten three allen screws (6).

10. Pull out motor (7) from motor carrier (8).

Fig. 6
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Table of content

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6.1 Optics carrier 6-1


6.2 Focus tilt 6-4
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6 Spare parts

6.1 M620 Optics carrier

10 713960R M620 Optics carrier page 1-1/ 7

10 714391 M620 Zoom complete

10 710420 M620 Zoom motor

10 638876 Clamping screw

10 713958R Illumination complete


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10 713966 Cover hood

10 433828 Filter holder

10 714015 Handle

10 638944 Anchor nut for handle

10 714439 Filter holder cover

10 428328 Drive knob cover

10 384656 Transparent knob cover


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10 424316 Protective cover

10 455681 Protective cover

10 384643 Halogen bulb 12V/50W, centered

10 565683 Rotary knob, complete


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6.2 M620 Focus / Tilt

10 714022R Focus Tilt Drive Not more available!

Replaced through
10 715350R

10 715350R Focus Tilt Drive In exchange for


10 714022R

10 714029 Switch board

10 714031 Processor board

10 714086 Focus motor


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10 180591 Clip-on handle

10 714226 Cable Focus


connector board

10 714034 Cable Focus tilt


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10 714193 Encoder complete

10 714039 Cover
Base and Column for M620 F18
and Table stand M620 TTS

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1. Technical Description 1-I


2. Replacing Modules 2-I
3. Maintenance 3-I
4. Spare Parts Catalogue 4-I
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1 Technical Description

Table of content

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1.1 Description 1-1

1.2 Technical data for Base F18 1-1

1.3 Technical data for Column F18 1-1

1.4 Technical data for Table stand TTS 1-2


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1 Technical Description
1.1 Description
The major function of the base allows an easy transport of the system and a very
manoeuvrability for the fine-tuning of the final position.
It is small and compact, but heavy enough to ensure the tilting stability for the M620
system.
The 4 brakes are parts of the casters and have a diameter which allow to moving the
system easily.
In the base is built in a lock-in position, which makes a correct positioning and
attachment for the column possible.
The column holds the swing arm for the floor system. It is connected to the swing arm
and the base and carries the handrail for the movements of the whole system.

1.2 Technical Data for Base F18

System-Article n 10 448 207


Colour number RAL 5004, #SPEC 1018 (black-blue, Nano-Finish)
Caster 4 casters (black)
Caster-Type: System 35; Code 4 NYSB1EA2
(Load capacity: max. 130kg)
Weight 124 2kg

1.3 Technical Data for Column F18

System-Article n 10 448 206


Colour number RAL 9002, #SPEC 1017 (grey-white; Nano-Finish)
Weight 23.1 kg
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1.4 Technical Data for Table stand TTS

System-Article n 10 448213

Total weight 27 kg
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Chapter Page

2.1 Overview of Base F18 2-1


2.2 Overview of Column F18 2-1
2.3 Overview of Table stand TTS 2-2
2.4 Replacing casters 2-3
2.5 Inserting column into base 2-4
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2.1 Overview of Base F18

1 Set of caster
2 Grub screw
3 Cover

2, 3

Fig. 1

2.2 Overview of Column F18

4, 5 1 Damper

2 Cover

3 Rear holder

4 Cover
2
5 Grub screw

Fig. 2
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2.3 Overview of Table stand TTS

1 Tilt drive
1 2 Focus drive
6
3 Optics carrier

4 Base
2
5 Control unit

9 6 Universal-joint shaft

7 Horizontal arm
3
8 Clamping ring for limited swivel range
8
9 Column with gear rack

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2.4 Replacing caster

Replacing caster
Referring to the installation manual, remove equipment and optics
carrier

1. Take off the swingarm from the column and lay down the stand.
2. Remove nut (1) and wheel (2).
3. Remove allen screw (3) DIN912 M12x40 with washer (4)
DIN125 M12.

1 2

Assembly:

Allen screw (3) tightening torque: 30Nm


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2.5 Inserting column into base

1. Grease surfaces (1) with Thermoplex TIF 201-5 before inserting


the column.

1 3 Inserting F18 column into base

2. Insert the column aligning it`s marking (2) with the arrow marking
on the base.

In this position there is built in a mechanical stop between base


and column.

3. Tighten the two grub screws DIN913 M10x16 (3) and close the
holes with the covers (4).

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3.1 Maintenance Base/Column 3-1


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3 Maintenance Service Base / Column


Instruments and their accessories are generally exposed to dust and dirt.
Each time, before you use them, you should therefore carry out an external inspection of accessible mechanical and optical parts
such as eyepieces, optics carrier, objectives, binocular tubes and accessories and then clean them if necessary.

Dust and dirt have a negative effect on the results of your work.
When the instruments are not in use, you should use the dust covers and dust plugs provided.
In addition to the provisions of these general guidelines,

we recommend to service the Base/Column every year.

3.1 Base / Column

Function test :
Brakes (4x)
Casters (4x)
Interface column - swingarm must be free from backlash.

Inspection :
Handrail complete all screws must be tightened
Interface column - base must be free from backlash

Greasing : Use grease type Thermoplex TIF 201-5 between interface base column
(page 2-4)

Possible wearing parts:


Caster (page 2-1)
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4.1 Base for M620 F18 4-1

4.2 Column for M620 F18 4-2

4.3 Table stand for M620 TTS 4-3

4.4 Additional available 4-5


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4 Spare parts Catalogue

4.1 Base for M620 F18

10 448207R Base page 2-1


Fig. 1

10 714312 Set of caster Set consists of:


castor, allen
screw, washer
and drawing
page 2-1
Fig. 1/1

10 317367 Cover page 2-1


Fig. 1/3
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4.2 Column for M620 F18

10 448206R Column F18 page 2-1


Fig. 2

10 713948 Rear holder page 2-1


Fig. 2/3

10 714225 Cover page 2-1


Fig. 2/2

10 711735 Cover page 2-1


Fig. 2/4

10 712719 Damper page 2-1


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4.3 Table stand for M620 TTS

10 721802 Clamping ring complete page 2-2


Pos. 8

10 721801 Clamping handle page 2-2

10 721703 Clamping handle page 2-2

10 721796 Crank handle page 2-2

10 721795 Clamp knob page 2-2

10 721040 Brake knob page 2-1


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10 721706 Foot plate page 2-2

10 721940 Damping foot page 2-2


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4.4 Additional available

Grease:
Thermoplex TIF 201-5
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Control modules for
M620 F18 / CM18 / CT18 / TTS
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Chapter Page

Description 1
Wiring diagram for M620 F18 / CM18 / CT18 system 2
Wiring diagram for Control module M620 F18 / CM18 / CT18 3
Technical data Control module F18/CM18/CT18 4
Wiring diagram for M620 TTS system 5
Wiring diagram for Control unit M620 TTS 6
Technical data for Control unit TTS 7
Replacing modules 8
Replacement of the control module 9
Replacement of the interface board 9
Replacement of the power supply 10
Fault finding 11
Inspection 12
Spare parts 13

M620 F18/CM18/CT18

M620 TTS
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Description

Supply for modules The control module delivers the DC supply voltage for the foot/handswitch (5V),
swing arm (tiltsensor), x/y-coupling (24V), focus-carrier (24V), optics carrier (24V) with
zoom motor and illumination halogen bulb.

Fuses and filter in primary The main voltage is lead via a mains filter to the power supply. Two fuses guard the
circuit primary circuit. The mains filter, the fuses and the power receptacle are consolidated in
one part.

Main switch illuminated, The main switch is illuminated when it is in on-position. All modules are supplied via the
supplied by main voltage mains voltage.

Power supply The power supply (AC/DC-converter) delivers 24V to the interface board.

Short circuit proved The output current is limited to 7.5A and the output is short circuit proved.

Graphic-Module with
Touch panel Refer to description in service manual 10 665 737

1
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Wiring diagram for M620 F18/CM18/CT18 system (10 713950)

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Technical data for Control module F18/CM18/CT18

Control module

Stock n 10 713967
Internal name M620
Input voltage 100-240V 50/60Hz Fuse 2x6.3AT
Output voltage 0.7V - 14.3V DC , current limitation at 5,7A
Max. output power 250VA
Main switch System on/off, illuminated when on, supplied by main voltage
Intensity adjustment Potentiometer, indication for min. and max. output.
Main's input fuse 2x fuse T6.3A/250V, integrated in power receptacle with filter
Weight kg

Power supply

Spare part n 10 714016


Model NV1-1G000-002 24V / 7.5A
Input voltage 90 - 264VAC, 47-63Hz
Output voltage 24V DC +/-2%, protected to short circuit condition
Weight kg

4
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Technical data for Control unit TTS

Control module

Stock n 10 714584
Internal name M620
Input voltage 100-240V 50/60Hz Fuse 2x6.3AT
Output voltage 0.7V - 14.3V DC , current limitation at 5,7A
Max. output power 250VA
Main switch System on/off, illuminated when on, supplied by main voltage
Intensity adjustment Potentiometer, indication for min. and max. output.
Main's input fuse 2x fuse T6.3A/250V, integrated in power receptacle with filter
Weight kg

Power supply

Spare part n 10 714016


Model NV1-1G000-002 24V / 7.5A
Input voltage 90 - 264VAC, 47-63Hz
Output voltage 24V DC +/-2%, protected to short circuit condition
Weight kg

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Replacing modules M620 F18/CM18/CT18

Overview:

3 1

5 4 2

1 Mains switch

2 Filter/Receptacle incl. 2 fuses 6.3AT

3 Interface board

4 Power supply

5 Control module

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Replacement of the control module:

1 2
M3x6
Fig. 1
DIN965

Dismantle:

1. Pull out mains supply cable on control module (Fig.1-1)


2. Remove 7 screws (Fig.1-2)

Replacement of the interface board:

P2

P1

5
Fig. 2

3. Unplug connectors P1and P2 on interface board (Fig.2)


4. Open spring loaded dust cap (3) and remove counter nut (4) with spring loaded
dust cap (3).(Fig.2/3)
Fig.3 5. Unscrew four allen screws (5) and remove interface board (Fig.2).

3 4

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Replacement of the power supply (AC/DC-converter) :

P2

P1
6

Fig. 4

6. Unplug connectors P1 and P2 on power supply (Fig.4)


7. Unscrew 4 allen screws (6) and remove power supply (Fig.4).

Assembly: Follow above procedure in reversed order!

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Fault finding

Refer to chapter fault finding in manual 10 665 737

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Spare parts

Stock n Description Remark Drawing

10713967R Control Module page 5/5

10714016 Power supply page 5/4

10713951 Interface board page 5/3

10710103 Main switch page 5/1

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Stock n Description Remark Drawing

10167656 FuseT6.3A page 5/2

10714041 Receptacle page 5/2


incl.2 fuses 6.3AT

10 535575 Spring loaded dust cap page 6/3

10 714221 Counter nut page 6/4

10 182490 Power cable 5m, with CH plug

10 445664 Power cable 5m, with USA plug

10 445665 Power cable 5m, with EURO plug

10 445666 Power cable 5m, with BS plug

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Additional spare parts for M620 TTS

10 714584R Control unit TTS

10 714630 Strap Size 19mm x 305mm

10 714625 Cable Control unit

10 714626 Cable Backplane

10 714627 Cable Footswitch

10 714628 Cable Power

10 714378 CD- User Manual

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Cable Control unit 10 714625

Cabel Backplane 10 714626

Cable Footswitch 10 714627

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Cable Power 10 714628

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M620 XY- Drive for
F18 / CM18 / CT18

10 665740 Release 12/2006

Table of content Page

1. Technical Description 1-I


2. Wiring Diagram and Locations 2-I
3. Fault Finding 3-I
4. Spare parts 4-1
5. Tools for Set up and Maintenance 5-1
6. Revisions and Modifications 6-1
Releases XY- Drive for M620 F 18 / CM18 / CT18 - Service manual

Release 12/06
First edition
M620 XY-Drive Technical description
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1 Technical description M620 XY-Drive


Table of content

Chapter Page

1.1 System description 1-1


1.2 Technical description 1-2
1.3 Technical data 1-2
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1 Description of the
M620 XY-Drive

1.1 System Description

Components of the XY-Drive

1 XY- Drive

2 Interface to Swing arm

3 Interface to Focus / Tilt


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1.2 Technical description

The X and Y stepper-motors drive spindles moving the X and Y


carriages. Light barriers for both directions sense the end of the
range. The distances between the light barriers, and as well the
center position are stored in the processor board.

When the microscope switches on, the position of the X/Y


carriages is unknown. Therefore the XY carriages drive in one
end position (both XY) and then back to the stored center
position.

1.3 Technical data

XY- Drive:

Stock no: 10 448 211

X Y-Drive: range 50mm in X-and Y directions;

adjustable speed,
automatic reset when switching on
power,
reset via button and auto reset
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2 Wiring and Localisations - M620 XY-Drive


Table of content

Chapter Page

2.1 Localisations 2-1


2.2. Wiring diagram M620-System 2-2
2.2.1 Wiring diagram XY/Drive 2-3
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2.1 Localisations

XY-Drive

XY-Cable 1

XY- Board

XY-Cable 2
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2.2 Wiring diagram M620 system (10 713950):


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2.2.1 Wiring diagram XY/Drive


Wiring and localisation M620 XY-Drive
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3 Fault finding -
M620 XY-Drive
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Chapter Page
M620 XY-Drive 3-1
Fault finding M620 XY-Drive
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3 Fault finding
M620 XY-Drive

Symptom Cause Elimination

XY movement in the incorrect XY-Reverse enabled. Reset all, or disable XY-Reverse with the
direction, the XY-Reverse icon on the footswitch.
control panel is flashing.

Refer also to chapter fault finding in manual 10 665 737


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Table of content

Chapter Page

4.1 XY-Drive 4-1


Spare parts M620 XY-Drve
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Stock n Description / Specification Remark Drawing

4 Spare parts Catalogue

4.1 M620 XY-Drive

10 448211R M620 XY-Drive

10 714103 XY-Cover rear

10 714237 XY-Cover front

10 714039 Cover
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Stock n Description / Specification Remark Drawing