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The HSI interface is required for use with Renishaw’s hard-wired probes (LP2 variants, TS27R, TS34, MP250 and APCA/APCS). The HSI converts signals received from the probe into an acceptable form for the CNC machine control. The HSI has solid state relay output.
The HSI-C processes signals from RENGAGE (MP250) or standard hard-wired probes and converts them into voltage-free solid-state relay (SSR) outputs, which are then transmitted to the CNC machine controller. The HSI-C enables the user to select a suitable level of immunity to false triggering for the connected probe, caused by machine vibrations or accelerations.
The IS1-2 interface selector is a fully-automatic system for use on CMM installations requiring multiple sensor types (i.e. video, laser, analog, etc.). The unit functions by identifying which probe has been fitted to the probe head and switches the probe signal/power lines to the appropriate interface. The unit is configurable by inserting different programming modules.
The NCi-6 interface is required for use with Renishaw non-contact tool setting systems. The interface converts probe signals into an acceptable form for the CNC machine control. This interface has solid state relay outputs.
The OSI interface is required for use with Renishaw optical probes using Modulated transmission. The OSI works exclusively with the OMM-2 receiver.
The PI200-3 interface can be interconnected within the majority of Renishaw’s manual and motorized probing installations with no additional CMM communications or control signalling required. Optimum performance will be obtained on installations utilizing probe damping or halt signal facilities. Probe signalling between TP200 and PI200-3 must be direct and uninterrupted. Probe signal interfacing may be present within some CMM cabling arrangements. Call Renishaw for further details.
The PI7-3 interface is a dual-purpose probe interface designed to process signals from the TP7M high-accuracy probe and standard touch-trigger probes (TP2, TP20, TP6, and TP6A). Special auto-selecting electronics within the interface allow the automatic use and exchange of all of these probes without any setting changes to the interface.
The PI7-3 performs all the functions of the PI4 and PI9 interfaces, but has additional features such as probe damping, probe inhibit, and emergency stop. This interface can be either free-standing or rack-mounted.