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WO2019207738A1
WO2019207738A1 PCT/JP2018/017081 JP2018017081W WO2019207738A1 WO 2019207738 A1 WO2019207738 A1 WO 2019207738A1 JP 2018017081 W JP2018017081 W JP 2018017081W WO 2019207738 A1 WO2019207738 A1 WO 2019207738A1
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  • the technology disclosed in this specification relates to a component mounter that mounts electronic components on a substrate.
  • Some component mounters that mount electronic components on a board can set operating conditions for mounting processing executed by the component mounter.
  • the setting range that is, setting authority
  • the setting range is different for each worker.
  • the identification part which identifies an operator
  • the setting range is defined for every operator.
  • the worker can set the operating condition of the mounting process within the setting range permitted for the worker.
  • Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2004-167669 discloses a technique in which only a registrant registered in advance can set operating conditions of an industrial machine.
  • the component mounter includes a device that performs a mounting process for mounting electronic components on a substrate, and a peripheral device that does not participate in the mounting process itself (for example, a display unit such as a display).
  • the device that performs the mounting process needs to be operating during the mounting process.
  • the peripheral device does not necessarily need to be operating during the mounting process, and may be operated when the peripheral device is required.
  • a peripheral device such as a display only needs to operate when an operator sets operating conditions and can display information necessary for the operator.
  • the conventional technique has a problem that the peripheral device is in an operating state (hereinafter also referred to as a normal state) more than necessary, and consumes power unnecessarily.
  • the present specification discloses a technique for reducing power consumption of a component mounter.
  • the component mounter disclosed in this specification mounts electronic components on a board.
  • the component mounter includes an identification unit for identifying a pre-registered worker, an operation unit that can be operated when a pre-registered worker is identified by the identification unit, and a predetermined range in the vicinity of the component mounter.
  • a detection unit that detects whether or not the operator is positioned on the machine
  • a component mounting unit that executes a mounting process for mounting an electronic component on a board
  • the operation unit are operated. Accordingly, an operating condition setting unit for setting an operating condition of a mounting process executed by the component mounting unit and a component mounting unit are provided separately from each other, and the operation unit is in a normal state when the operator registered in advance can operate it.
  • a peripheral device that can be switched to a power saving state when an operator whose operation unit is registered in advance cannot be operated, and power supply to the peripheral device are controlled, and the detection unit is positioned within a predetermined range. If it is detected that the peripheral device is And a power supply unit to switch to et power saving state.
  • the operator registered in advance is identified by the identification unit.
  • the operating condition of the mounting process can be set by an operation performed on the operation unit by a worker registered in advance.
  • the power supply unit switches the peripheral device from the normal state to the power saving state when the detection unit detects that the worker is not located within the predetermined range.
  • the detection unit detects that the worker is not located within the predetermined range.
  • no operation from the worker is input. For this reason, a power supply part can reduce power consumption by switching a peripheral device to a power saving state.
  • FIG. 1 The figure which shows schematic structure of the component mounting line provided with the component mounting machine which concerns on an Example.
  • Sectional drawing in the III-III line of FIG. The block diagram which shows the function of a control apparatus.
  • the flowchart which shows an example of the process by which the component mounting machine sets the operating condition of the mounting process by the operator.
  • the power supply unit may switch the peripheral device to the normal state when an operator registered in advance by the identification unit is identified while the peripheral device is in the power saving state.
  • the peripheral device when an operator registered in advance is identified by the identification unit, the peripheral device is changed from the power saving state to the normal state. Thereby, when the operator registered in advance can operate the operation unit, the peripheral device can be brought into a normal state.
  • the power supply unit switches the peripheral device to the normal state when the detection unit detects that the peripheral device is within the predetermined range in the power saving state. Also good. According to such a configuration, the peripheral device is in a normal state when an operator is located near the component mounter even in the power saving state. For this reason, as soon as the worker approaches the component mounter, the peripheral device is in a normal state, and the time for the worker to wait for the peripheral device to start can be shortened.
  • the component mounter 10 is connected to the management device 8 so as to be communicable.
  • the management apparatus 8 is communicably connected to the plurality of component mounters 10 and manages the plurality of component mounters 10.
  • a component mounting line 100 is configured by the management device 8 and the plurality of component mounters 10.
  • the management device 8 is configured using a computer including a CPU and a storage device.
  • the management device 8 controls the entire component mounting line 100 by controlling the operation of each component mounting machine 10. That is, the management device 8 determines the type and position of the electronic component 4 to be mounted on the circuit board 2 by the component mounter 10 for each of the plurality of component mounters 10, and sends them to the component mounter 10. Instruct.
  • the necessary electronic components 4 are mounted on the circuit board 2.
  • the component mounter 10 mounts the electronic component 4 on the circuit board 2.
  • the circuit board 2 is sent from one end of the component mounting line 100 toward the other end.
  • a predetermined electronic component 4 is mounted on the circuit board 2 in each component mounter 10.
  • the circuit board 2 sent to the other end of the component mounting line 100 is shipped as a final product or sent to a subsequent process as a semi-finished product.
  • a plurality of component feeders 12 can be installed in the component mounter 10. By installing the component feeder 12 in the component mounter 10, the electronic component 4 is supplied from the component feeder 12 to the component mounter 10.
  • the component feeder 12 can be installed on any of the plurality of component mounting machines 10 in the component mounting line 100.
  • the type of component feeder 12 to be installed in the component mounter 10 is determined by the management device 8.
  • the component mounter 10 includes a component mounting unit 22, a touch panel 24, an operator information acquisition unit 26, a sensor 28, and a control device 30.
  • the component mounting unit 22 includes a plurality of component feeders 12, a feeder holding unit 14, a mounting head 16, a head moving device 18, and a board conveyor 20.
  • Each component feeder 12 accommodates a plurality of electronic components 4.
  • the component feeder 12 is detachably attached to the feeder holding unit 14 and supplies the electronic component 4 to the mounting head 16.
  • the specific configuration of the component feeder 12 is not particularly limited.
  • Each component feeder 12 is, for example, a tape feeder that accommodates a plurality of electronic components 4 on a winding tape, a tray feeder that accommodates a plurality of electronic components 4 on a tray, or a plurality of electronic components 4 in a container. Any of the bulk type feeders that accommodates the ink at random.
  • the feeder holding unit 14 includes a plurality of slots, and the component feeder 12 can be detachably installed in each of the plurality of slots.
  • the feeder holding unit 14 may be fixed to the component mounting machine 10 or may be detachable from the component mounting machine 10.
  • the mounting head 16 detachably holds one or a plurality of suction nozzles 6, picks up the electronic components 4 supplied by the component feeder 12 using the suction nozzles 6, and mounts the electronic components 4 on the circuit board 2.
  • the head moving device 18 moves the mounting head 16 with respect to the component feeder 12 and the circuit board 2.
  • the electronic component 4 is picked up from the specific component feeder 12 among the plurality of component feeders 12, and the electronic component 4 is mounted at a predetermined position on the circuit board 2.
  • the board conveyor 20 carries in, supports, and carries out the circuit board 2.
  • the touch panel 24 is a display device that provides various information of the component mounter 10 to the worker, and a user interface that receives instructions and information from the worker. For example, the touch panel 24 displays a different operation screen for each operation authority corresponding to the worker identified by the identification unit 42 described later. The touch panel 24 receives information input from the operation screen by the operator and outputs the information to the control device 30. Accordingly, the touch panel 24 is configured to be operable when an operator is identified by the identification unit 42 described later. The touch panel 24 is switched between an operable state and an inoperable state by a power supply unit 46 described later.
  • a display device such as a display and an input device such as a keyboard and a mouse may be provided separately.
  • the touch panel 24 is an example of an “operation unit” and “peripheral device”.
  • the worker information acquisition unit 26 acquires information (hereinafter also referred to as worker information) about the worker used to identify the worker from the worker.
  • the worker information may be any information that can identify each worker, and the type thereof is not particularly limited.
  • the worker information may be physical features such as a worker's fingerprint, iris, face, or a password set for each worker.
  • the worker information acquisition unit 26 is configured to be able to acquire worker information.
  • the worker information is a fingerprint of each worker, and the worker information acquisition unit 26 is a fingerprint sensor.
  • the worker information acquisition unit 26 is a camera configured to be able to photograph the iris or face.
  • the worker information acquisition unit 26 is an input device (for example, a keyboard) that can input the password.
  • the worker information acquisition unit 26 is connected to the control device 30, and the worker information input to the worker information acquisition unit 26 is input to the control device 30.
  • the sensor 28 detects whether or not the worker is located within a predetermined range near the component mounter 10. Specifically, the sensor 28 detects whether or not the operator is located at a position where the touch panel 24 can be operated. For example, an optical sensor can be used as the sensor 28, and the sensor 28 detects whether or not the operator blocks the optical path.
  • the sensor 28 is connected to the control device 30, and a signal from the sensor 28 is input to the control device 30.
  • the worker information acquisition unit 26, which is a fingerprint sensor, and the sensor 28, which is an optical sensor are provided separately.
  • the worker information acquisition unit 26 and the sensor 28 may be integrally configured.
  • the worker information and the information related to the position of the worker are simultaneously acquired using a wireless medium such as a beacon, wireless communication, and a sound wave. It may be configured to.
  • the worker carries the wireless communication terminal, and the wireless medium detects the wireless communication terminal carried by the worker, thereby simultaneously obtaining the worker information and the information regarding the position of the worker.
  • the control device 30 is configured using a computer including a memory 32 and a CPU 40.
  • the memory 32 is provided with a registration information storage unit 34.
  • the registration information storage unit 34 stores information on workers registered in advance (hereinafter also referred to as registration information).
  • the registration information storage unit 34 stores information related to the fingerprints of each worker as worker information for identifying the worker. Further, the registration information storage unit 34 combines worker information for identifying each worker (for example, information on the fingerprint of each worker in this embodiment) and operation authority permitted to the worker. I remember it.
  • the registration information is registered by the management device 8 and transmitted to the control device 30 of each component mounter 10 constituting the component mounting line 100.
  • the operation authority defines a setting range of work conditions that can be set by the worker, and a plurality of types of operation authority are set.
  • the type of operation authority is not limited. For example, in this embodiment, four types of operation authority are set: operator authority, engineer authority, line manager authority, and designer authority.
  • the operator authority is an authority to perform an auxiliary operation (for example, supplementation of parts and instruments) necessary when the component mounting unit 22 executes the mounting process. For example, an operator having an operator authority can execute an operation of replenishing the electronic component 4 to the component feeder 12 when the component feeder 12 is out of components.
  • the engineer authority is an authority to perform operations necessary for maintenance work of the component mounter 10 in addition to the operator authority. For example, an operator with engineer authority can operate a manual operation command that is required during maintenance.
  • the line manager authority is an authority to change settings related to the production line and register and delete workers in addition to the engineer authority. For example, an operator having line manager authority can change the configuration of the component mounting line 100.
  • the worker having the line manager authority includes the worker registration information (that is, the worker information for identifying each worker (in this embodiment, the worker's fingerprint) and the operation authority given to the worker. ) Can be registered or deleted.
  • the designer authority is an authority that can perform all operations related to operations and settings of the component mounter 10, and is, for example, an authority possessed by the manufacturer of the component mounter 10. For example, an operator having designer authority can forcibly operate the component mounting machine 10 in an emergency.
  • a calculation program is stored in the memory 32, and the CPU 40 functions as an identification unit 42, an operation condition setting unit 44, and a power supply unit 46 when the CPU 40 executes the calculation program.
  • the identification unit 42 determines whether or not the worker information acquired by the worker information acquisition unit 26 is stored in the registration information storage unit 34. Further, the registration information storage unit 34 stores the operation authority permitted to the worker along with the worker information. Therefore, when it is determined by the identification unit 42 that the identifier information for identifying the worker is stored in the registered information storage unit 34, the operation authority permitted to the worker is determined.
  • the operating condition setting unit 44 sets the operating condition of the mounting process executed by the component mounting unit 22.
  • the operating conditions are input from the touch panel 24 by the operator.
  • the operation condition setting unit 44 sets an operation condition of a mounting process executed by the component mounting unit 22 based on information input to the touch panel 24.
  • the power supply unit 46 controls power supply to the component mounting unit 22 and the touch panel 24. Specifically, when power supply to the component mounter 10 is started from an external power supply, the power supply unit 46 starts power supply to the component mounter 22. As a result, the component mounting unit 22 can execute the component mounting process.
  • the touch panel 24 only needs to be operable when an operator sets the work conditions for the mounting process, and while the component mounting unit 22 is executing the component mounting process. However, when the worker does not need to set the working conditions for the mounting process, it is not necessary to be in an operable state.
  • the power supply unit 46 controls the supply of power to the touch panel 24 and switches between a state where the touch panel 24 can be operated and a state where the touch panel 24 cannot be operated.
  • a state in which power is supplied to the touch panel 24 by the power supply unit 46 and the touch panel 24 can be operated is referred to as a “normal state”, and a state in which no power is supplied and the touch panel 24 cannot be operated is a “power saving state”. May be called.
  • FIG. 5 is a flowchart showing an example of processing in which the operating conditions of the mounting processing are set by the worker.
  • the operator sets the working conditions for the mounting process by operating the touch panel 24.
  • the touch panel 24 only needs to be in a normal state when the worker sets the working conditions of the mounting process, and is in a power saving state except when the worker needs to set the working conditions of the mounting process. Yes. For this reason, in most cases, the touch panel 24 is in a power saving state when an operator attempts to set the working conditions of the mounting process. Therefore, when the operator sets the working conditions for the mounting process, first, the touch panel 24 needs to be switched from the power saving state to the normal state.
  • processing when the touch panel 24 is switched from the power saving state to the normal state and an operator inputs work conditions to the touch panel 24 will be described.
  • the control device 30 determines whether or not worker information has been input to the worker information acquisition unit 26 (S12).
  • the worker inputs worker information for identifying the worker himself / herself into the worker information acquisition unit 26.
  • the worker information acquisition unit 26 is a fingerprint sensor
  • the worker causes the worker information acquisition unit 26 to read the worker's own fingerprint.
  • the worker information acquisition unit 26 outputs the acquired worker information (that is, information regarding the read fingerprints of the worker) to the control device 30.
  • the control device 30 waits until the worker information is input from the worker information acquisition unit 26.
  • the identification unit 42 When worker information is input from the worker information acquisition unit 26 (YES in step S12), the identification unit 42 is a worker in which a worker related to the worker information input in step S12 is registered in advance. It is determined whether or not (S14). That is, the identification unit 42 determines whether or not the worker information input in step S12 is stored in the registration information storage unit 34. If the worker information input in step S12 is not stored in the registration information storage unit 34 (NO in step S14), the worker does not have the authority to set the operating conditions of the component mounter 10. Is determined, and the setting of the operating condition of the component mounter 10 is rejected. For this reason, it returns to step S12 and repeats the process from step S12.
  • the power supply unit 46 switches the touch panel 24 from the power saving state to the normal state (S16). . Specifically, the power supply unit 46 switches from a state in which power is not supplied to the touch panel 24 to a state in which power is supplied. As a result, the touch panel 24 becomes operable by the operator. At this time, the touch panel 24 displays a screen according to the operation authority given to the worker.
  • the registration information storage unit 34 is combined with worker information for identifying each worker (in this embodiment, the worker's fingerprint) and the operation authority permitted to the worker. Registration information is stored. A different operation screen is displayed on the touch panel 24 for each operation authority corresponding to the identified worker.
  • the worker can set the operation condition within the range of the operation authority permitted by the worker.
  • the authority granted to the worker is an operator authority
  • the operator is displayed on the touch panel 24 so that only auxiliary operations necessary when the component mounting unit 22 executes the mounting process can be set.
  • the control device 30 determines whether or not the operator has input work condition settings to the touch panel 24 (S18). When the operator inputs work condition settings on the touch panel 24 (YES in step S18), the control device 30 acquires the input information (S20). The operation condition setting unit 44 sets the operation condition of the mounting process executed by the component mounting unit 22 based on the input information. And the control apparatus 30 performs a process according to the set operating condition. On the other hand, when the operator does not input the work condition setting on the touch panel 24 (NO in step S18), the process skips step S20 and proceeds to step S22.
  • the control device 30 determines whether or not the sensor 28 has detected an operator (S22). Specifically, the control device 30 determines whether or not the sensor 28 has detected an operator based on a signal input from the sensor 28. When the sensor 28 detects the worker (YES in step S22), the worker is present within a predetermined range (that is, a position where the touch panel 24 can be operated). For this reason, it is determined that the operation by the operator has not been completed, the process returns to step S18, and the processes of steps S18 to S22 are repeated.
  • the control device 30 switches the touch panel 24 from the normal state to the power saving state (S24).
  • the touch panel 24 is switched from the power saving state to the normal state when the identification unit 42 identifies that the worker is a registered worker, but the present invention is not limited to such a configuration.
  • the touch panel 24 is switched from the power saving state to the normal state, and then whether or not the worker is registered in advance by the identification unit 42. You may identify.

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A component mounter mounts electronic components on a substrate. The component mounter comprises an identification unit that identifies a pre-registered operator; an operation unit that becomes operable when the pre-registered operator is identified by the identification unit; a detection unit that detects whether or not the operator is located within a predetermined range in the vicinity of the component mounter; a component mounting unit that executes a mounting process for mounting an electronic component on a substrate; an operating condition setting unit that, when the operation unit is operated in an operable state, sets an operating condition of the mounting process executed by the component mounting unit according to the operation; a peripheral device that is provided separately from the component mounting unit and that is in a normal state when the operation unit is operable by the pre-registered operator, but is switched to a power saving state when the operation unit is not operable by the pre-registered operator; and a power supply unit that controls power supply to the peripheral device and switches the peripheral device from the normal state to the power saving state when the detection unit detects that the operator is not located within a predetermined range.

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部品実装機Component mounter
 本明細書に開示する技術は、電子部品を基板に実装する部品実装機に関する。 The technology disclosed in this specification relates to a component mounter that mounts electronic components on a substrate.
 基板に電子部品を実装する部品実装機には、当該部品実装機で実行される実装処理の作動条件を設定できるものがある。このような部品実装機では、作業者毎に、作動条件の設定範囲(すなわち、設定権限)が異なる。このため、このような部品実装機は、作業者を識別する識別部を備えており、作業者毎に設定範囲が定められている。識別部によって作業者が識別されると、当該作業者は、当該作業者に許可された設定範囲で実装処理の作動条件を設定できる。このような技術としては、例えば、特開2004-167669に、予め登録された登録者のみが産業機械の運転条件を設定できる技術が開示されている。 Some component mounters that mount electronic components on a board can set operating conditions for mounting processing executed by the component mounter. In such a component mounting machine, the setting range (that is, setting authority) of the operating condition is different for each worker. For this reason, such a component mounting machine is provided with the identification part which identifies an operator, and the setting range is defined for every operator. When the worker is identified by the identification unit, the worker can set the operating condition of the mounting process within the setting range permitted for the worker. As such a technique, for example, Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2004-167669 discloses a technique in which only a registrant registered in advance can set operating conditions of an industrial machine.
 部品実装機は、電子部品を基板に実装する実装処理を行う装置と、実装処理自体には関与しない周辺装置(例えば、ディスプレイ等の表示部等)を備えている。実装処理を行う装置については、実装処理中に作動している必要がある。一方、周辺装置については、実装処理中に作動している必要は必ずしもなく、当該周辺装置が必要とされるときに作動していればよい。例えば、ディスプレイのような周辺装置は、作業者が作動条件を設定する際に作動し、作業者に必要な情報を表示できればよい。しかしながら、従来の技術では、周辺装置が必要以上に作動状態(以下、通常状態ともいう)となっており、不要に電力を消費しているという問題があった。本明細書は、部品実装機の消費電力を低減する技術を開示する。 The component mounter includes a device that performs a mounting process for mounting electronic components on a substrate, and a peripheral device that does not participate in the mounting process itself (for example, a display unit such as a display). The device that performs the mounting process needs to be operating during the mounting process. On the other hand, the peripheral device does not necessarily need to be operating during the mounting process, and may be operated when the peripheral device is required. For example, a peripheral device such as a display only needs to operate when an operator sets operating conditions and can display information necessary for the operator. However, the conventional technique has a problem that the peripheral device is in an operating state (hereinafter also referred to as a normal state) more than necessary, and consumes power unnecessarily. The present specification discloses a technique for reducing power consumption of a component mounter.
 本明細書に開示する部品実装機は、電子部品を基板に実装する。部品実装機は、予め登録された作業者を識別する識別部と、識別部により予め登録された作業者が識別されたときに操作可能となる操作部と、部品実装機の近傍の所定範囲内に作業者が位置するか否かを検出する検出部と、電子部品を基板に実装する実装処理を実行する部品実装部と、操作部が操作可能な状態で操作されたときに、その操作に応じて前記部品実装部で実行される実装処理の作動条件を設定する作動条件設定部と、部品実装部とは別に設けられ、操作部を予め登録された作業者が操作可能なときに通常状態となる一方、操作部を予め登録された作業者が操作不能なときに省電力状態に切替えられる周辺装置と、周辺装置への電力供給を制御し、検出部が所定範囲内に作業者が位置しないことを検出すると、周辺装置を通常状態から省電力状態に切り替える電力供給部と、を備える。 The component mounter disclosed in this specification mounts electronic components on a board. The component mounter includes an identification unit for identifying a pre-registered worker, an operation unit that can be operated when a pre-registered worker is identified by the identification unit, and a predetermined range in the vicinity of the component mounter. When the operation unit is operated in an operable state, a detection unit that detects whether or not the operator is positioned on the machine, a component mounting unit that executes a mounting process for mounting an electronic component on a board, and the operation unit are operated. Accordingly, an operating condition setting unit for setting an operating condition of a mounting process executed by the component mounting unit and a component mounting unit are provided separately from each other, and the operation unit is in a normal state when the operator registered in advance can operate it. On the other hand, a peripheral device that can be switched to a power saving state when an operator whose operation unit is registered in advance cannot be operated, and power supply to the peripheral device are controlled, and the detection unit is positioned within a predetermined range. If it is detected that the peripheral device is And a power supply unit to switch to et power saving state.
 上記の部品実装機では、識別部によって予め登録された作業者を識別する。これによって、予め登録された作業者によって操作部に行われた操作によって、実装処理の作動条件を設定することができる。また、電力供給部は、検出部が所定範囲内に作業者が位置しないことを検出すると、周辺装置を通常状態から省電力状態に切り替える。作業者が部品実装機の近傍に位置しないときは、作業者からの操作が入力されることはない。このため、電力供給部が周辺装置を省電力状態に切り替えることで、消費電力を低減することができる。 In the above component mounter, the operator registered in advance is identified by the identification unit. As a result, the operating condition of the mounting process can be set by an operation performed on the operation unit by a worker registered in advance. The power supply unit switches the peripheral device from the normal state to the power saving state when the detection unit detects that the worker is not located within the predetermined range. When the worker is not located near the component mounter, no operation from the worker is input. For this reason, a power supply part can reduce power consumption by switching a peripheral device to a power saving state.
実施例に係る部品実装機を備えた部品実装ラインの概略構成を示す図。The figure which shows schematic structure of the component mounting line provided with the component mounting machine which concerns on an Example. 実施例に係る部品実装機の概略構成を示す図。The figure which shows schematic structure of the component mounting machine which concerns on an Example. 図2のIII-III線における断面図。Sectional drawing in the III-III line of FIG. 制御装置の機能を示すブロック図。The block diagram which shows the function of a control apparatus. 部品実装機が作業者によって実装処理の作動条件が設定される処理の一例を示すフローチャート。The flowchart which shows an example of the process by which the component mounting machine sets the operating condition of the mounting process by the operator.
 以下に説明する実施例の主要な特徴を列記しておく。なお、以下に記載する技術要素は、それぞれ独立した技術要素であって、単独であるいは各種の組合せによって技術的有用性を発揮するものであり、出願時の請求項に記載の組合せに限定されるものではない。 The main features of the embodiment described below are listed. The technical elements described below are independent technical elements and exhibit technical usefulness singly or in various combinations, and are limited to the combinations described in the claims at the time of filing. It is not a thing.
 本明細書に開示する部品実装機では、電力供給部は、周辺装置が省電力状態において識別部によって予め登録された作業者が識別されると、周辺装置を通常状態に切替えてもよい。このような構成によると、識別部によって予め登録された作業者が識別されると、周辺装置が省電力状態から通常状態となる。これによって、予め登録された作業者が操作部を操作し得るときに、周辺装置を通常状態とすることができる。 In the component mounter disclosed in this specification, the power supply unit may switch the peripheral device to the normal state when an operator registered in advance by the identification unit is identified while the peripheral device is in the power saving state. According to such a configuration, when an operator registered in advance is identified by the identification unit, the peripheral device is changed from the power saving state to the normal state. Thereby, when the operator registered in advance can operate the operation unit, the peripheral device can be brought into a normal state.
 本明細書に開示する部品実装機では、電力供給部は、周辺装置が省電力状態において検出部によって所定範囲内に作業者が位置することが検出されると、周辺装置を通常状態に切替えてもよい。このような構成によると、周辺装置は、省電力状態であっても部品実装機の近傍に作業者が位置すると通常状態となる。このため、作業者が部品実装機に近づくと直ちに周辺装置が通常状態となり、作業者が周辺装置の起動を待つ時間を短縮することができる。 In the component mounting machine disclosed in this specification, the power supply unit switches the peripheral device to the normal state when the detection unit detects that the peripheral device is within the predetermined range in the power saving state. Also good. According to such a configuration, the peripheral device is in a normal state when an operator is located near the component mounter even in the power saving state. For this reason, as soon as the worker approaches the component mounter, the peripheral device is in a normal state, and the time for the worker to wait for the peripheral device to start can be shortened.
 以下、実施例に係る部品実装機10について説明する。図1に示すように、部品実装機10は、管理装置8に通信可能に接続されている。管理装置8は、複数の部品実装機10と通信可能に接続されており、複数の部品実装機10を管理している。管理装置8と、複数の部品実装機10によって部品実装ライン100が構成されている。管理装置8は、CPU及び記憶装置を備えるコンピュータを用いて構成されている。管理装置8は、各部品実装機10の動作を制御することで、部品実装ライン100全体を制御している。すなわち、管理装置8は、複数の部品実装機10のそれぞれに対して、その部品実装機10で回路基板2に実装する電子部品4の種類及び位置等を決定し、それらを部品実装機10に指示する。部品実装機10が管理装置8の指示に基づいて動作することで、回路基板2に必要な電子部品4が実装される。 Hereinafter, the component mounter 10 according to the embodiment will be described. As shown in FIG. 1, the component mounter 10 is connected to the management device 8 so as to be communicable. The management apparatus 8 is communicably connected to the plurality of component mounters 10 and manages the plurality of component mounters 10. A component mounting line 100 is configured by the management device 8 and the plurality of component mounters 10. The management device 8 is configured using a computer including a CPU and a storage device. The management device 8 controls the entire component mounting line 100 by controlling the operation of each component mounting machine 10. That is, the management device 8 determines the type and position of the electronic component 4 to be mounted on the circuit board 2 by the component mounter 10 for each of the plurality of component mounters 10, and sends them to the component mounter 10. Instruct. When the component mounter 10 operates based on an instruction from the management device 8, the necessary electronic components 4 are mounted on the circuit board 2.
 部品実装機10は、電子部品4を回路基板2に実装する。回路基板2は、部品実装ライン100の一端から他端に向かって送られる。回路基板2には、各部品実装機10において、予め定められた電子部品4が実装される。部品実装ライン100の他端まで送られた回路基板2は、最終製品として出荷、又は半製品として後工程に送られる。部品実装機10には、複数の部品フィーダ12が設置可能となっている。部品実装機10に部品フィーダ12を設置することで、部品フィーダ12から部品実装機10に電子部品4が供給される。なお、部品フィーダ12は、部品実装ライン100において、複数の部品実装機10のいずれに対しても設置可能となっている。部品実装機10にどの種類の部品フィーダ12が設置されるかは、管理装置8において決定される。 The component mounter 10 mounts the electronic component 4 on the circuit board 2. The circuit board 2 is sent from one end of the component mounting line 100 toward the other end. A predetermined electronic component 4 is mounted on the circuit board 2 in each component mounter 10. The circuit board 2 sent to the other end of the component mounting line 100 is shipped as a final product or sent to a subsequent process as a semi-finished product. A plurality of component feeders 12 can be installed in the component mounter 10. By installing the component feeder 12 in the component mounter 10, the electronic component 4 is supplied from the component feeder 12 to the component mounter 10. The component feeder 12 can be installed on any of the plurality of component mounting machines 10 in the component mounting line 100. The type of component feeder 12 to be installed in the component mounter 10 is determined by the management device 8.
 図2~図4に示すように、部品実装機10は、部品実装部22と、タッチパネル24と、作業者情報取得部26と、センサ28と、制御装置30を備えている。 2 to 4, the component mounter 10 includes a component mounting unit 22, a touch panel 24, an operator information acquisition unit 26, a sensor 28, and a control device 30.
 図2、図3に示すように、部品実装部22は、複数の部品フィーダ12と、フィーダ保持部14と、装着ヘッド16と、ヘッド移動装置18と、基板コンベア20を備える。各々の部品フィーダ12は、複数の電子部品4を収容している。部品フィーダ12は、フィーダ保持部14に着脱可能に取り付けられ、装着ヘッド16へ電子部品4を供給する。部品フィーダ12の具体的な構成は特に限定されない。各々の部品フィーダ12は、例えば、巻テープ上に複数の電子部品4を収容するテープ式フィーダ、トレイ上に複数の電子部品4を収容するトレイ式フィーダ、又は、容器内に複数の電子部品4をランダムに収容するバルク式フィーダのいずれであってもよい。 2 and 3, the component mounting unit 22 includes a plurality of component feeders 12, a feeder holding unit 14, a mounting head 16, a head moving device 18, and a board conveyor 20. Each component feeder 12 accommodates a plurality of electronic components 4. The component feeder 12 is detachably attached to the feeder holding unit 14 and supplies the electronic component 4 to the mounting head 16. The specific configuration of the component feeder 12 is not particularly limited. Each component feeder 12 is, for example, a tape feeder that accommodates a plurality of electronic components 4 on a winding tape, a tray feeder that accommodates a plurality of electronic components 4 on a tray, or a plurality of electronic components 4 in a container. Any of the bulk type feeders that accommodates the ink at random.
 フィーダ保持部14は、複数のスロットを備えており、複数のスロットのそれぞれには部品フィーダ12を着脱可能に設置することができる。フィーダ保持部14は、部品実装機10に固定されたものであってもよいし、部品実装機10に対して着脱可能なものであってもよい。装着ヘッド16は、一又は複数の吸着ノズル6を着脱可能に保持し、吸着ノズル6を用いて部品フィーダ12が供給する電子部品4を取り上げ、当該電子部品4を回路基板2上へ装着する。このとき、ヘッド移動装置18が、部品フィーダ12及び回路基板2に対して、装着ヘッド16を移動させる。これによって、複数の部品フィーダ12のうち特定の部品フィーダ12から電子部品4が取り上げられ、回路基板2の予め定められた位置に電子部品4が装着される。基板コンベア20は、回路基板2の搬入、支持及び搬出を行う。 The feeder holding unit 14 includes a plurality of slots, and the component feeder 12 can be detachably installed in each of the plurality of slots. The feeder holding unit 14 may be fixed to the component mounting machine 10 or may be detachable from the component mounting machine 10. The mounting head 16 detachably holds one or a plurality of suction nozzles 6, picks up the electronic components 4 supplied by the component feeder 12 using the suction nozzles 6, and mounts the electronic components 4 on the circuit board 2. At this time, the head moving device 18 moves the mounting head 16 with respect to the component feeder 12 and the circuit board 2. Thus, the electronic component 4 is picked up from the specific component feeder 12 among the plurality of component feeders 12, and the electronic component 4 is mounted at a predetermined position on the circuit board 2. The board conveyor 20 carries in, supports, and carries out the circuit board 2.
 タッチパネル24は、作業者に部品実装機10の各種の情報を提供する表示装置であると共に、作業者からの指示や情報を受け付けるユーザインターフェースである。例えば、タッチパネル24は、後述する識別部42で識別された作業者に対応する操作権限毎に異なる操作画面を表示する。タッチパネル24は、作業者が操作画面から入力した情報を受け付け、制御装置30に出力する。したがって、タッチパネル24は、後述の識別部42で作業者が識別されたときに操作可能となるように構成されている。また、タッチパネル24は、後述の電力供給部46によって、操作可能な状態と操作不能な状態とに切り換えられる。なお、本実施例の部品実装機10はタッチパネル24を備えているが、このような構成に限定されない。例えば、ディスプレイ等の表示装置とキーボードやマウス等の入力装置が別体で設けられていてもよい。また、タッチパネル24は、「操作部」及び「周辺装置」の一例である。 The touch panel 24 is a display device that provides various information of the component mounter 10 to the worker, and a user interface that receives instructions and information from the worker. For example, the touch panel 24 displays a different operation screen for each operation authority corresponding to the worker identified by the identification unit 42 described later. The touch panel 24 receives information input from the operation screen by the operator and outputs the information to the control device 30. Accordingly, the touch panel 24 is configured to be operable when an operator is identified by the identification unit 42 described later. The touch panel 24 is switched between an operable state and an inoperable state by a power supply unit 46 described later. In addition, although the component mounting machine 10 of a present Example is provided with the touch panel 24, it is not limited to such a structure. For example, a display device such as a display and an input device such as a keyboard and a mouse may be provided separately. The touch panel 24 is an example of an “operation unit” and “peripheral device”.
 作業者情報取得部26(図4参照)は、作業者から、その作業者を識別するために用いられる作業者に関する情報(以下、作業者情報ともいう)を取得する。作業者情報は、各作業者を識別可能な情報であればよく、その種類は特に限定されない。例えば、作業者情報は、作業者の指紋、虹彩、顔等の身体的特徴であってもよいし、作業者毎に設定されるパスワード等であってもよい。作業者情報取得部26は、作業者情報を取得可能な構成となっている。例えば、本実施例では、作業者情報は各作業者の指紋であり、作業者情報取得部26は指紋センサである。また、作業者情報が各作業者の虹彩や顔等である場合には、作業者情報取得部26は虹彩や顔等を撮影可能に構成されるカメラとなる。また、作業者情報が作業者毎に設定されるパスワードである場合には、作業者情報取得部26はパスワードを入力可能な入力装置(例えば、キーボード)となる。作業者情報取得部26は制御装置30に接続されており、作業者情報取得部26に入力された作業者情報は制御装置30に入力される。 The worker information acquisition unit 26 (see FIG. 4) acquires information (hereinafter also referred to as worker information) about the worker used to identify the worker from the worker. The worker information may be any information that can identify each worker, and the type thereof is not particularly limited. For example, the worker information may be physical features such as a worker's fingerprint, iris, face, or a password set for each worker. The worker information acquisition unit 26 is configured to be able to acquire worker information. For example, in this embodiment, the worker information is a fingerprint of each worker, and the worker information acquisition unit 26 is a fingerprint sensor. When the worker information is the iris or face of each worker, the worker information acquisition unit 26 is a camera configured to be able to photograph the iris or face. When the worker information is a password set for each worker, the worker information acquisition unit 26 is an input device (for example, a keyboard) that can input the password. The worker information acquisition unit 26 is connected to the control device 30, and the worker information input to the worker information acquisition unit 26 is input to the control device 30.
 センサ28は、部品実装機10の近傍の所定範囲内に作業者が位置するか否かを検出する。詳細には、センサ28は、作業者がタッチパネル24を操作可能な位置に位置するか否かを検出する。センサ28には、例えば、光学式のセンサを用いることができ、センサ28は、作業者が光路を遮るか否かを検出する。センサ28は制御装置30に接続されており、センサ28からの信号は制御装置30に入力される。なお、本実施例では、指紋センサである作業者情報取得部26と、光学式のセンサであるセンサ28とが別体で設けられているが、このような構成に限定されない。作業者情報取得部26とセンサ28は一体的に構成されていてもよく、例えば、ビーコン、無線通信、音波等の無線媒体を用いて、作業者情報と作業者の位置に関する情報とを同時に取得するように構成されていてもよい。この場合、作業者には無線通信端末を携行させ、当該無線媒体は、作業者が携行する無線通信端末を検出することによって、作業者情報と作業者の位置に関する情報とを同時に取得する。 The sensor 28 detects whether or not the worker is located within a predetermined range near the component mounter 10. Specifically, the sensor 28 detects whether or not the operator is located at a position where the touch panel 24 can be operated. For example, an optical sensor can be used as the sensor 28, and the sensor 28 detects whether or not the operator blocks the optical path. The sensor 28 is connected to the control device 30, and a signal from the sensor 28 is input to the control device 30. In this embodiment, the worker information acquisition unit 26, which is a fingerprint sensor, and the sensor 28, which is an optical sensor, are provided separately. However, the present invention is not limited to such a configuration. The worker information acquisition unit 26 and the sensor 28 may be integrally configured. For example, the worker information and the information related to the position of the worker are simultaneously acquired using a wireless medium such as a beacon, wireless communication, and a sound wave. It may be configured to. In this case, the worker carries the wireless communication terminal, and the wireless medium detects the wireless communication terminal carried by the worker, thereby simultaneously obtaining the worker information and the information regarding the position of the worker.
 制御装置30は、メモリ32とCPU40を含むコンピュータを用いて構成されている。メモリ32には、登録情報記憶部34が設けられている。 The control device 30 is configured using a computer including a memory 32 and a CPU 40. The memory 32 is provided with a registration information storage unit 34.
 登録情報記憶部34は、予め登録された作業者に関する情報(以下、登録情報ともいう)を記憶している。本実施例では、登録情報記憶部34には、作業者を識別するための作業者情報として、各作業者の指紋に関する情報が記憶されている。また、登録情報記憶部34は、各作業者を識別するための作業者情報(例えば、本実施例では各作業者の指紋に関する情報)と、その作業者に許可される操作権限とを組み合わせて記憶している。本実施例では、登録情報は、管理装置8で登録され、部品実装ライン100を構成する各部品実装機10の制御装置30に送信される。 The registration information storage unit 34 stores information on workers registered in advance (hereinafter also referred to as registration information). In the present embodiment, the registration information storage unit 34 stores information related to the fingerprints of each worker as worker information for identifying the worker. Further, the registration information storage unit 34 combines worker information for identifying each worker (for example, information on the fingerprint of each worker in this embodiment) and operation authority permitted to the worker. I remember it. In this embodiment, the registration information is registered by the management device 8 and transmitted to the control device 30 of each component mounter 10 constituting the component mounting line 100.
 ここで、操作権限について説明する。操作権限は、作業者が設定可能な作業条件の設定範囲を定めるものであり、複数種類の操作権限が設定されている。操作権限の種類は限定されないが、例えば、本実施例では、オペレータ権限、エンジニア権限、ライン管理者権限、設計者権限の4種類の操作権限が設定されている。 Here, the operation authority is explained. The operation authority defines a setting range of work conditions that can be set by the worker, and a plurality of types of operation authority are set. The type of operation authority is not limited. For example, in this embodiment, four types of operation authority are set: operator authority, engineer authority, line manager authority, and designer authority.
 オペレータ権限は、部品実装部22が実装処理を実行する際に必要な補助的な操作(例えば、部品や器具の補充等)を行う権限である。例えば、オペレータ権限を有する作業者は、部品フィーダ12が部品切れになった場合に、部品フィーダ12に電子部品4を補充する作業を実行できる。エンジニア権限は、オペレータ権限に加え、部品実装機10のメンテナンス作業に必要な操作を行う権限である。例えば、エンジニア権限を有する作業者は、メンテナンス時に必要となるマニュアル動作コマンドを操作することができる。ライン管理者権限は、エンジニア権限に加え、生産ラインに関する設定の変更や、作業者の登録及び削除を行う権限である。例えば、ライン管理者権限を有する作業者は、部品実装ライン100の構成を変更することができる。また、ライン管理者権限を有する作業者は、作業者の登録情報(すなわち、各作業者を識別する作業者情報(本実施例では、作業者の指紋)と、その作業者に与えられる操作権限)を登録又は削除することができる。設計者権限は、部品実装機10の操作や設定に関するあらゆる操作を行うことができる権限であり、例えば、部品実装機10の製造者が有する権限である。例えば、設計者権限を有する作業者は、緊急時に部品実装機10を強制的に動作させることができる。 The operator authority is an authority to perform an auxiliary operation (for example, supplementation of parts and instruments) necessary when the component mounting unit 22 executes the mounting process. For example, an operator having an operator authority can execute an operation of replenishing the electronic component 4 to the component feeder 12 when the component feeder 12 is out of components. The engineer authority is an authority to perform operations necessary for maintenance work of the component mounter 10 in addition to the operator authority. For example, an operator with engineer authority can operate a manual operation command that is required during maintenance. The line manager authority is an authority to change settings related to the production line and register and delete workers in addition to the engineer authority. For example, an operator having line manager authority can change the configuration of the component mounting line 100. Further, the worker having the line manager authority includes the worker registration information (that is, the worker information for identifying each worker (in this embodiment, the worker's fingerprint) and the operation authority given to the worker. ) Can be registered or deleted. The designer authority is an authority that can perform all operations related to operations and settings of the component mounter 10, and is, for example, an authority possessed by the manufacturer of the component mounter 10. For example, an operator having designer authority can forcibly operate the component mounting machine 10 in an emergency.
 メモリ32には演算プログラムが記憶されており、CPU40が当該演算プログラムを実行することで、CPU40は識別部42、作動条件設定部44、電力供給部46として機能する。 A calculation program is stored in the memory 32, and the CPU 40 functions as an identification unit 42, an operation condition setting unit 44, and a power supply unit 46 when the CPU 40 executes the calculation program.
 識別部42は、作業者情報取得部26で取得した作業者情報が、登録情報記憶部34に記憶されているか否かを判定する。また、登録情報記憶部34には、作業者情報と共に、その作業者に許可される操作権限が記憶されている。したがって、識別部42によって当該作業者を識別する識別者情報が登録情報記憶部34に記憶されていると判定されると、当該作業者に許可される操作権限が決定される。 The identification unit 42 determines whether or not the worker information acquired by the worker information acquisition unit 26 is stored in the registration information storage unit 34. Further, the registration information storage unit 34 stores the operation authority permitted to the worker along with the worker information. Therefore, when it is determined by the identification unit 42 that the identifier information for identifying the worker is stored in the registered information storage unit 34, the operation authority permitted to the worker is determined.
 作動条件設定部44は、部品実装部22で実行される実装処理の作動条件を設定する。作動条件は、作業者によってタッチパネル24から入力される。作動条件設定部44は、タッチパネル24に入力された情報に基づいて、部品実装部22で実行される実装処理の作動条件を設定する。 The operating condition setting unit 44 sets the operating condition of the mounting process executed by the component mounting unit 22. The operating conditions are input from the touch panel 24 by the operator. The operation condition setting unit 44 sets an operation condition of a mounting process executed by the component mounting unit 22 based on information input to the touch panel 24.
 電力供給部46は、部品実装部22やタッチパネル24への電力供給を制御する。具体的には、部品実装機10に外部電源から電力供給が開始されると、電力供給部46は、部品実装部22に電力供給を開始する。これによって、部品実装部22は、部品実装処理が実行可能となる。一方、部品実装部22と異なりタッチパネル24は、作業者が実装処理の作業条件を設定する際に操作可能となっていればよく、部品実装部22が部品実装処理を実行している間であっても、作業者が実装処理の作業条件を設定する必要がない場合には、操作可能な状態になっている必要がない。このため、本実施例では、電力供給部46は、タッチパネル24への電力の供給を制御し、タッチパネル24が操作可能な状態と操作不能な状態とに切り換える。以下では、電力供給部46によってタッチパネル24に電力が供給され、タッチパネル24を操作可能な状態を「通常状態」と称し、電力が供給されず、タッチパネル24を操作不能な状態を「省電力状態」と称することがある。 The power supply unit 46 controls power supply to the component mounting unit 22 and the touch panel 24. Specifically, when power supply to the component mounter 10 is started from an external power supply, the power supply unit 46 starts power supply to the component mounter 22. As a result, the component mounting unit 22 can execute the component mounting process. On the other hand, unlike the component mounting unit 22, the touch panel 24 only needs to be operable when an operator sets the work conditions for the mounting process, and while the component mounting unit 22 is executing the component mounting process. However, when the worker does not need to set the working conditions for the mounting process, it is not necessary to be in an operable state. For this reason, in this embodiment, the power supply unit 46 controls the supply of power to the touch panel 24 and switches between a state where the touch panel 24 can be operated and a state where the touch panel 24 cannot be operated. Hereinafter, a state in which power is supplied to the touch panel 24 by the power supply unit 46 and the touch panel 24 can be operated is referred to as a “normal state”, and a state in which no power is supplied and the touch panel 24 cannot be operated is a “power saving state”. May be called.
 図5は、作業者によって実装処理の作動条件が設定される処理の一例を示すフローチャートである。作業者は、タッチパネル24を操作することによって、実装処理の作業条件を設定する。タッチパネル24は、作業者が実装処理の作業条件を設定する際に通常状態となっていればよく、作業者が実装処理の作業条件を設定する必要があるとき以外は、省電力状態となっている。このため、作業者が実装処理の作業条件を設定しようとするときには、ほとんどの場合、タッチパネル24は省電力状態となっている。したがって、作業者が実装処理の作業条件を設定する際には、まずタッチパネル24を省電力状態から通常状態に切り替える必要がある。以下に、タッチパネル24を省電力状態から通常状態に切り換え、作業者がタッチパネル24に作業条件を入力する際の処理について説明する。 FIG. 5 is a flowchart showing an example of processing in which the operating conditions of the mounting processing are set by the worker. The operator sets the working conditions for the mounting process by operating the touch panel 24. The touch panel 24 only needs to be in a normal state when the worker sets the working conditions of the mounting process, and is in a power saving state except when the worker needs to set the working conditions of the mounting process. Yes. For this reason, in most cases, the touch panel 24 is in a power saving state when an operator attempts to set the working conditions of the mounting process. Therefore, when the operator sets the working conditions for the mounting process, first, the touch panel 24 needs to be switched from the power saving state to the normal state. Hereinafter, processing when the touch panel 24 is switched from the power saving state to the normal state and an operator inputs work conditions to the touch panel 24 will be described.
 図5に示すように、まず、制御装置30は、作業者情報取得部26に作業者情報が入力されたか否かを判定する(S12)。作業者は、作業者情報取得部26に作業者自身を特定する作業者情報を入力する。本実施例では、作業者情報取得部26は指紋センサであるため、作業者は、作業者情報取得部26に作業者自身の指紋を読み取らせる。作業者情報取得部26は、取得した作業者情報(すなわち、読み取った作業者の指紋に関する情報)を制御装置30に出力する。作業者情報取得部26から作業者情報が入力されていない場合(ステップS12でNOの場合)、制御装置30は、作業者情報取得部26から作業者情報が入力されるまで待機する。 As shown in FIG. 5, first, the control device 30 determines whether or not worker information has been input to the worker information acquisition unit 26 (S12). The worker inputs worker information for identifying the worker himself / herself into the worker information acquisition unit 26. In this embodiment, since the worker information acquisition unit 26 is a fingerprint sensor, the worker causes the worker information acquisition unit 26 to read the worker's own fingerprint. The worker information acquisition unit 26 outputs the acquired worker information (that is, information regarding the read fingerprints of the worker) to the control device 30. When the worker information is not input from the worker information acquisition unit 26 (NO in step S12), the control device 30 waits until the worker information is input from the worker information acquisition unit 26.
 作業者情報取得部26から作業者情報が入力された場合(ステップS12でYESの場合)、識別部42は、ステップS12で入力された作業者情報に関する作業者が予め登録された作業者であるか否かを判定する(S14)。すなわち、識別部42は、ステップS12で入力された作業者情報が、登録情報記憶部34に記憶されているか否かを判定する。ステップS12で入力された作業者情報が登録情報記憶部34に記憶されていない場合(ステップS14でNOの場合)、当該作業者は部品実装機10の作動条件を設定する権限を有していないと判断され、部品実装機10の作動条件の設定が拒否される。このため、ステップS12に戻り、ステップS12からの処理を繰り返す。 When worker information is input from the worker information acquisition unit 26 (YES in step S12), the identification unit 42 is a worker in which a worker related to the worker information input in step S12 is registered in advance. It is determined whether or not (S14). That is, the identification unit 42 determines whether or not the worker information input in step S12 is stored in the registration information storage unit 34. If the worker information input in step S12 is not stored in the registration information storage unit 34 (NO in step S14), the worker does not have the authority to set the operating conditions of the component mounter 10. Is determined, and the setting of the operating condition of the component mounter 10 is rejected. For this reason, it returns to step S12 and repeats the process from step S12.
 ステップS12で入力された作業者情報が登録情報記憶部34に記憶されている場合(ステップS14でYESの場合)、電力供給部46は、タッチパネル24を省電力状態から通常状態に切り替える(S16)。具体的には、電力供給部46は、タッチパネル24に電力を供給しない状態から電力を供給する状態に切り替える。これによって、タッチパネル24は、作業者によって操作可能な状態となる。このとき、タッチパネル24には、その作業者に与えられた操作権限に合わせた画面が表示される。上述したように、登録情報記憶部34には、各作業者を識別するための作業者情報(本実施例では、作業者の指紋)と共に、その作業者に許可される操作権限とを組み合わせた登録情報が記憶されている。タッチパネル24には、識別された作業者に対応する操作権限毎に異なる操作画面が表示される。これによって、作業者は、その作業者が許可された操作権限の範囲内で作動条件を設定できる。例えば、当該作業者に許可された権限がオペレータ権限である場合、部品実装部22が実装処理を実行する際に必要な補助的な操作のみが設定できるように、タッチパネル24に表示される。 When the worker information input in step S12 is stored in the registration information storage unit 34 (YES in step S14), the power supply unit 46 switches the touch panel 24 from the power saving state to the normal state (S16). . Specifically, the power supply unit 46 switches from a state in which power is not supplied to the touch panel 24 to a state in which power is supplied. As a result, the touch panel 24 becomes operable by the operator. At this time, the touch panel 24 displays a screen according to the operation authority given to the worker. As described above, the registration information storage unit 34 is combined with worker information for identifying each worker (in this embodiment, the worker's fingerprint) and the operation authority permitted to the worker. Registration information is stored. A different operation screen is displayed on the touch panel 24 for each operation authority corresponding to the identified worker. Thereby, the worker can set the operation condition within the range of the operation authority permitted by the worker. For example, when the authority granted to the worker is an operator authority, the operator is displayed on the touch panel 24 so that only auxiliary operations necessary when the component mounting unit 22 executes the mounting process can be set.
 タッチパネル24が通常状態になると、制御装置30は、作業者がタッチパネル24に作業条件の設定を入力したか否かを判定する(S18)。作業者がタッチパネル24に作業条件の設定を入力すると(ステップS18でYESの場合)、制御装置30は、入力された情報を取得する(S20)。作動条件設定部44は、入力された情報に基づき、部品実装部22で実行される実装処理の作動条件を設定する。そして、制御装置30は、設定された作動条件に従い処理を実行する。一方、作業者がタッチパネル24に作業条件の設定を入力しない場合(ステップS18でNOの場合)、ステップS20をスキップして、ステップS22に進む。 When the touch panel 24 is in a normal state, the control device 30 determines whether or not the operator has input work condition settings to the touch panel 24 (S18). When the operator inputs work condition settings on the touch panel 24 (YES in step S18), the control device 30 acquires the input information (S20). The operation condition setting unit 44 sets the operation condition of the mounting process executed by the component mounting unit 22 based on the input information. And the control apparatus 30 performs a process according to the set operating condition. On the other hand, when the operator does not input the work condition setting on the touch panel 24 (NO in step S18), the process skips step S20 and proceeds to step S22.
 次に、制御装置30は、センサ28が作業者を検出したか否かを判定する(S22)。具体的には、制御装置30は、センサ28から入力する信号に基づいて、センサ28が作業者を検出したか否かを判定する。センサ28が作業者を検出した場合(ステップS22でYESの場合)、作業者が所定範囲内(すなわち、タッチパネル24を操作可能な位置)に存在していることになる。このため、作業者による操作が終了していないと判断され、ステップS18に戻り、ステップS18~ステップS22の処理を繰り返す。 Next, the control device 30 determines whether or not the sensor 28 has detected an operator (S22). Specifically, the control device 30 determines whether or not the sensor 28 has detected an operator based on a signal input from the sensor 28. When the sensor 28 detects the worker (YES in step S22), the worker is present within a predetermined range (that is, a position where the touch panel 24 can be operated). For this reason, it is determined that the operation by the operator has not been completed, the process returns to step S18, and the processes of steps S18 to S22 are repeated.
 一方、センサ28が作業者を検出しなかった場合(ステップS22でNOの場合)、作業者は所定範囲内(すなわち、タッチパネル24を操作可能な位置)に存在しておらず、所定範囲内から離れたことになる。このため、作業者による操作が終了したと判断され、制御装置30は、タッチパネル24を通常状態から省電力状態に切り替える(S24)。これによって、作業者がタッチパネル24を操作可能な位置から離れた後、必要以上に通常状態となることを回避することができ、消費電力を低減することができる。 On the other hand, when the sensor 28 does not detect the worker (NO in step S22), the worker does not exist within the predetermined range (that is, the position where the touch panel 24 can be operated), and from within the predetermined range. I'm away. For this reason, it is determined that the operation by the operator has ended, and the control device 30 switches the touch panel 24 from the normal state to the power saving state (S24). Thereby, after the operator leaves the touch panel 24 from a position where the touch panel 24 can be operated, the normal state can be avoided more than necessary, and the power consumption can be reduced.
 なお、本実施例では、識別部42によって作業者が予め登録されている作業者であることを識別したときにタッチパネル24を省電力状態から通常状態に切り替えたが、このような構成に限定されない。例えば、作業者が所定範囲内に存在することをセンサ28が検出した場合にタッチパネル24を省電力状態から通常状態に切り替え、その後、識別部42によってその作業者が予め登録されているか否かを識別してもよい。 In the present embodiment, the touch panel 24 is switched from the power saving state to the normal state when the identification unit 42 identifies that the worker is a registered worker, but the present invention is not limited to such a configuration. . For example, when the sensor 28 detects that the worker is within a predetermined range, the touch panel 24 is switched from the power saving state to the normal state, and then whether or not the worker is registered in advance by the identification unit 42. You may identify.
 本明細書または図面に説明した技術要素は、単独であるいは各種の組合せによって技術的有用性を発揮するものであり、出願時請求項記載の組合せに限定されるものではない。また、本明細書または図面に例示した技術は複数目的を同時に達成するものであり、そのうちの一つの目的を達成すること自体で技術的有用性を持つものである。 The technical elements described in the present specification or drawings exhibit technical usefulness alone or in various combinations, and are not limited to the combinations described in the claims at the time of filing. In addition, the technology illustrated in the present specification or the drawings achieves a plurality of objects at the same time, and has technical utility by achieving one of the objects.

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  1.  電子部品を基板に実装する部品実装機であって、
     予め登録された作業者を識別する識別部と、
     前記識別部により予め登録された作業者が識別されたときに操作可能となる操作部と、
     前記部品実装機の近傍の所定範囲内に作業者が位置するか否かを検出する検出部と、
     前記電子部品を前記基板に実装する実装処理を実行する部品実装部と、
     前記操作部が操作可能な状態で操作されたときに、その操作に応じて前記部品実装部で実行される実装処理の作動条件を設定する作動条件設定部と、
     前記部品実装部とは別に設けられ、前記操作部を予め登録された作業者が操作可能なときに通常状態となる一方、前記操作部を予め登録された作業者が操作不能なときに省電力状態に切替えられる周辺装置と、
     前記周辺装置への電力供給を制御し、前記検出部が前記所定範囲内に作業者が位置しないことを検出すると、前記周辺装置を通常状態から省電力状態に切り替える電力供給部と、を備える、部品実装機。
    A component mounter for mounting electronic components on a board,
    An identification unit for identifying a worker registered in advance;
    An operation unit that is operable when an operator registered in advance by the identification unit is identified;
    A detection unit for detecting whether an operator is located within a predetermined range in the vicinity of the component mounting machine;
    A component mounting unit that executes a mounting process for mounting the electronic component on the substrate;
    An operation condition setting unit for setting an operation condition of a mounting process executed by the component mounting unit according to the operation when the operation unit is operated in an operable state;
    Provided separately from the component mounting unit, the operation unit is in a normal state when the operator who is registered in advance can operate, while the power is saved when the operator registered in the operation unit cannot operate A peripheral device that can be switched to a state;
    A power supply unit that controls power supply to the peripheral device and switches the peripheral device from a normal state to a power saving state when the detection unit detects that an operator is not located within the predetermined range. Component mounter.
  2.  前記電力供給部は、前記周辺装置が前記省電力状態において前記識別部によって予め登録された作業者が識別されると、前記周辺装置を前記通常状態に切替える、請求項1に記載の部品実装機。 2. The component mounter according to claim 1, wherein the power supply unit switches the peripheral device to the normal state when an operator registered in advance by the identification unit is identified in the power saving state. .
  3.  前記電力供給部は、前記周辺装置が前記省電力状態において前記検出部によって前記所定範囲内に作業者が位置することが検出されると、前記周辺装置を前記通常状態に切替える、請求項1に記載の部品実装機。 The power supply unit switches the peripheral device to the normal state when the detection unit detects that the peripheral device is within the predetermined range in the power saving state. The component mounting machine described.
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