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    OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE HANDBOOK B-64487EN/03FANUC Series 30+-MODEL BFANUC Series 31+-MODEL B FANUC Series 32+-MODEL B

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    • No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form. • All specifications and designs are subject to change without notice. The products in this manual are controlled based on Japan’s “Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Law”. The export of Series 30i-B, S...

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    s-1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS This section describes the safety precautions related to the use of CNC units. It is essential that these precautions be observed by users to ensure the safe operation of machines equipped with a CNC unit (all descriptions in this section assume this configuration). Note ...

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    s-2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNING 5 The parameters for the CNC and PMC are factory-set. Usually, there is not need to change them. When, however, there is not alternative other than to change a parameter, ensure that you fully understand the function of the parameter before making any change. Fa...

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    s-3 B-64487EN/03 WARNING 3 Function involving a rotary axis When programming polar coordinate interpolation or normal-direction (perpendicular) control, pay careful attention to the speed of the rotary axis. Incorrect programming may result in the rotary axis speed becoming excessively high, su...

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    s-4 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS RELATED TO HANDLING This section presents safety precautions related to the handling of machine tools. Before attempting to operate your machine, read the supplied User’s Manual carefully, such that you are fully familiar with their contents. WARN...

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    s-5 B-64487EN/03 WARNING 9 RESET key Pressing the RESET key stops the currently running program. As a result, the servo axes are stopped. However, the RESET key may fail to function for reasons such as an MDI panel problem. So, when the motors must be stopped, use the emergency stop button inste...

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    s-6 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNING 2 Absolute Pulsecoder battery replacement When replacing the memory backup batteries, keep the power to the machine (CNC) turned on, and apply an emergency stop to the machine. Because this work is performed with the power on and the cabinet open, only those per...

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    p-1 PREFACE The Operation and Maintenance Handbook is for persons who are familiar with NC programs and operations. It is used to refer to necessary information quickly in operating or maintaining NC machine tools at a work site. The Handbook only contains reference information. It does not cont...

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    p-2 B-64487EN/03(3) Description of parameters Parameters are classified by data type as follows: Data type Valid data rangeRemarks Bit Bit machine group Bit path Bit axis Bit spindle 0 or 1 Byte Byte machine group Byte path Byte axis Byte spindle -128 to 127 Some parameters handle these types ...

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    p-3 PREFACE (4) Related manuals of Series 30i-MODEL B, Series 31i-MODEL B5, Series 31i-MODEL B, Series 32i-MODEL B The following table lists the manuals related to Series 30i-B, Series 31i-B, Series 31i-B5, Series 32i-B. This manual is indicated by an asterisk (*). Manual name Specification num...

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    p-4 B-64487EN/03(5) Related manuals of SERVO MOTOR αi series, SPINDLE MOTOR αi series, SERVO AMPLIFIER αi series The following table lists the manuals related to SERVO MOTOR αi series, SPINDLE MOTOR αi series, and SERVO AMPLIFIER αi series. Manual name Specification number FANUC AC SERVO ...

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    c-1 Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 7 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION................................... 1 2 OPERATION LIST ................................................................. 55 3 G CODE .................................................................

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    c-2 Table of Contents SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............................................................. s-1 DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTE ......................... s-1 GENERAL WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS .......................................... s-1 WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS RELATED TO PROGRAM...

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    c-3 B-64487EN/033.2 G CODE LIST IN THE LATHE SYSTEM ................................... 72 4 PROGRAM FORMAT ............................................................ 79 5 CUSTOM MACRO ................................................................. 99 5.1 TYPES OF VARIABLES ...................

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    c-4 Table of Contents 7 PARAMETERS .................................................................... 193 7.1 HOW TO ENTER THE PARAMETERS ................................... 193 7.2 PARAMETER LIST.................................................................. 195 7.2.1 Setting................

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    c-5 B-64487EN/037.2.63 Sequence Number Comparison and Stop ................. 319 7.2.64 Chopping/ High precision oscillation function ............ 319 7.2.65 AI Contour Control..................................................... 319 7.2.66 High-speed Position Switch...............................

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    c-6 Table of Contents 7.2.124 Straightness Compensation 2 ................................... 376 7.2.125 Flexible Synchronous Control 2................................. 377 7.2.126 Programs 4................................................................ 378 7.2.127 Tool Management .............

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    c-7 B-64487EN/0310 PMC...................................................................................... 597 10.1 OPERATING THE PMC SCREEN........................................... 597 10.1.1 Transition of the PMC Screens.................................. 598 10.2 PMC DIAGNOSIS/MAINTENANCE...

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    c-8 Table of Contents 10.4.10.1 Displaying group information of I/O Link i assignment data ........................................ 643 10.4.10.2 Displaying slot information of I/O Link i assignment data ........................................ 644 10.4.10.3 Displaying title information of I/O ...

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    c-9 B-64487EN/0313.2.5 Details of Invalid Servo Parameter Alarms (on the CNC Side) ........................................................... 729 13.2.6 Position Error Amount ............................................... 730 13.2.7 Machine Position..............................................

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    c-10 Table of Contents 13.2.55 Current Actual Power Consumption of Each Servo ... 762 13.2.56 Current Actual Power Consumption of Each Spindle. 762 13.2.57 Cumulative Values of Total Power Consumption of All Servo/Spindle....................................................... 762 13.2.58 Cumul...

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    c-11 B-64487EN/0317.1.5 Spindle Information Screen ....................................... 823 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION......................................... 827 18.1 SCREEN DISPLAY AT POWER ON ....................................... 827 18.1.1 Display until the CNC Starts ...................

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    c-12 Table of Contents 19.3.2.1 USER DATA LOADING/SYSTEM DATA LOADING screen....................................... 868 19.3.2.2 SYSTEM DATA CHECK screen ................ 870 19.3.2.3 SYSTEM DATA DELETE screen............... 872 19.3.2.4 SYSTEM DATA SAVE screen ................... 874 19.3.2.5 ...

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    1 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.1 SETTING AND DISPLAY UNITS The MDI units are shown in below. Standard MDI Unit (ONG Key) .........................................................1.1.1 Standard MDI Unit (QWERTY Key)..................................................1.1.2 Small MDI Unit (ONG K...

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    2 1 B-64487EN/031.1.1 Standard MDI Unit (ONG Key) - Unit with machining center system Reset key Help key Address/numeric keys Edit keys Cancel (CAN) keyInput keyShift key Page change keys (Page keys) Cursor move keys (Cursor keys) Function keys AUX key Uppercase/ lowercase switch key CTRL key...

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    3 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.1.3 Small MDI Unit (ONG Key) - Unit with machining center system Reset key Help key Shift key Page change keys (Page keys) Cursor move keys (Cursor keys) Function keys Edit keys Cancel (CAN) key Input key Address/numeric keys - Unit with lathe system Rese...

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    4 1 B-64487EN/031.1.4 Explanation of the MDI Keyboard Table 1.1 (a) Explanation of the MDI keyboard No. Name Explanation 1 Reset key Press this key to reset the CNC, to cancel an alarm, etc. 2 Help key Press this button to use the help function when uncertain about the operation of an MDI ...

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    5 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION No. Name Explanation 10 Cursor move keys(Cursor keys) There are four different cursor move keys. : This key is used to move the cursor to the right or in the forward direction. The cursor is moved in short units in the forward direction. : This key is used ...

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    6 1 B-64487EN/03 Vertical soft keys Horizontal soft keys Displays operations on selected chapter. In this manual, the descriptions below assume a 10.4" LCD display panel with 12 soft keys. - Key operation with multi-path control In the multi-path control, be sure to select the tool post...

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    7 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION Example 3) Auxiliary menu 5 To return to the display of chapter selection soft keys, press the return menu key. A general screen display procedure is provided above. The actual display procedure varies from one screen to another. For details, see e...

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    8 1 B-64487EN/03No. Chapter menu Description (4) CHECK Selects the screen for displaying programs, position data, modal information, and so forth simultaneously. (6) RSTR Selects the operation screen for restarting an interrupted program operation. (7) JOG Selects the screen for executing, in t...

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    9 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION No. Chapter menu Description (24) GUARD Selects the screen for setting wrong operation prevention. System screen The chapter selection soft keys that belong to the function key and the function of each screen are described below. PARAM DGNOSSERVO GUIDEMSYSTEM...

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    10 1 B-64487EN/03No. Chapter menu Description (2) DGNOS Selects the screen for displaying CNC state. (3) SERVO GUIDEM Selects the screen for displaying the servo guide mate.(4) SYSTEM Selects the screen for displaying the current system status. (6) MEMORY Selects the screen for displaying the c...

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    11 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION No. Chapter menu Description (36) REMOTE DIAG Selects the screen for making settings related to the Machine Remote Diagnosis. (37) M CODE Selects the screen for setting an M code group. (39) 3D ERR COMP Selects the screen for setting 3-dimensional error compensa...

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    12 1 B-64487EN/03Message screen The chapter selection soft keys that belong to the function key and the function of each screen are described below. ALARMMSG HISTRYMSGHIS Page 1 +(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) EMBED LOG PCMCIALOG ETHERLOG FL-net 1CH Page 2 +(6) (7) (8) (9) (10) USB LOG FL-net 2CH P...

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    13 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.3 SCREENS DISPLAYED BY FUNCTION KEY Press function key to display the current position of the tool. The following three screens are used to display the current position of the tool: • Current position display screen for the workpiece coordinate system. ...

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    14 1 B-64487EN/03 Fig. 1.3.1 (b) Current position (absolute) screen (T series) Explanation - Display including compensation values M Parameters DAL, DAC (No. 3104#6, #7) can be used to select whether the displayed values include tool length compensation and tool radius compensation. T Par...

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    15 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.3.2 Position Display in the Relative Coordinate System Displays the current position of the tool in a relative coordinate system based on the coordinates (see Explanation) set by the operator. The current position changes as the tool moves. The increment syste...

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    16 1 B-64487EN/03Procedure to set the axis coordinate to a specified value Procedure 1 To reset the coordinate to 0, press soft key [ORIGIN]. Key in an axis name to be reset (such as X or Y), then press soft key [EXEC]. 2 For presetting to a specified value, key in an axis name to be preset an...

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    17 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.3.3 Overall Position Display Displays the following positions on a screen: Current positions of the tool in the workpiece coordinate system, relative coordinate system, and machine coordinate system, and the remaining distance. The relative coordinates can als...

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    18 1 B-64487EN/03 - Distance to go The distance remaining is displayed in the MEM or MDI mode. The distance the tool is yet to be moved in the current block is displayed. - Machine coordinate system The least command increment is used as the unit for values displayed in the machine coordinate ...

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    19 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION - Display for five or more axes The display on a system with five or more axes is the same as the overall position display. 1.3.5 Operating Monitor Display The reading on the load meter can be displayed for each servo axis and the serial spindle by setting para...

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    20 1 B-64487EN/03 - Display of the spindle axes When serial spindles are used, the reading on the load meter and speedometer can be displayed only for the main serial spindle. - Unit of graph The bar graph for the load meter shows load up to 200% (only a value is displayed for load exceeding 2...

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    21 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.4 SCREENS DISPLAYED BY FUNCTION KEY (MEM MODE) This section describes the screens displayed by pressing function key . The screens include a program editing screen, program folder list display screen, and screens for displaying the command states of the pro...

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    22 1 B-64487EN/031.4.2 Program Check Screen Displays the program currently being executed, current position of the tool, and modal data. Procedure for displaying the program check screen Procedure 1 Press function key . 2 Press chapter selection soft key [CHECK]. The program currently being e...

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    23 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.4.3 Next Block Display Screen Displays the block currently being executed and the block to be executed next. Procedure for displaying the next block display screen Procedure 1 Press function key . 2 Press chapter selection soft key [NEXT]. The G codes, addre...

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    24 1 B-64487EN/031.5 SCREENS DISPLAYED BY FUNCTION KEY (EDIT MODE) This section describes the screens displayed by pressing function key . The screens include a program editing screen, program folder list display screen, and screens for displaying the command states of the program currently ...

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    25 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION - Character editing Program editing operations and cursor movements are performed on a character-by-character basis as with a general text editor. Text is input directly to the cursor position instead of using the key input buffer. Fig. 1.5.1 (b) Program chara...

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    26 1 B-64487EN/031.5.2 Program Folder Screen A list of programs registered in the program memory is displayed. For the program folder screen, see Chapter, "Program Management" in the Operator’s Manual (Common to Lathe System/Machining Center System)”. Displaying the program folder...

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    27 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.6 SCREENS DISPLAYED BY FUNCTION KEY Press function key to display or set tool compensation values and other data. This section describes how to display or set the following data: 1. Tool compensation value 2. Settings 3. Sequence number comparison and stop...

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    28 1 B-64487EN/03 Fig. 1.6.1 (b) With tool geometry offset Fig. 1.6.1 (c) With tool wear offset 3 Move the cursor to the compensation value to be set or changed using page keys and cursor keys, or enter the compensation number for the compensation value to be set or changed and press soft ...

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    29 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION Explanation - Decimal point input A decimal point can be used when entering a compensation value. - Other method An external input/output device can be used to input or output a tool radius compensation value. See Chapter, “Data Input/Output” in the Operat...

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    30 1 B-64487EN/031.6.2 Displaying and Entering Setting Data Data such as the TV check flag and output code is set on the setting data screen. On this screen, the operator can also enable/disable parameter writing, enable/disable the automatic insertion of sequence numbers in program editing, an...

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    31 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 4 Move the cursor to the item to be changed by pressing cursor keys . 5 Enter a new value and press soft key [INPUT]. Explanation - PARAMETER WRITE Setting whether parameter writing is enabled or disabled. 0 : Disabled 1 : Enabled - TV CHECK Setting to...

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    32 1 B-64487EN/031.6.3 Displaying and Setting the Workpiece Origin Offset Value Displays the workpiece origin offset for each workpiece coordinate system (G54 to G59, G54.1 P1 to G54.1 P48 and G54.1 P1 to G54.1 P300) and external workpiece origin offset. The workpiece origin offset and external...

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    33 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.6.4 Direct Input of Workpiece Origin Offset Value Measured This function is used to compensate for the difference between the programmed workpiece coordinate system and the actual workpiece coordinate system. The measured offset for the origin of the workpiece...

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    34 1 B-64487EN/03Limitation - Consecutive input Offsets for two or more axes cannot be input at the same time. - During program execution This function cannot be used while a program is being executed. 1.6.5 Displaying and Setting Custom Macro Common Variables Displays common variables (#100...

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    35 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION When the significant number of digits is 8 (with parameter F16 (No. 6008#0) set to 1): Variable value range Variable value indication 0 < Variable value < +0.0000001 +Underflow 0 > Variable value > -0.0000001 -Underflow Variable value > 99999999 +...

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    36 1 B-64487EN/03 Fig. 1.6.6 (b) With the manual handle feed function Fig. 1.6.6 (c) 4 Move the cursor to the desired switch by pressing cursor key or . 5 Push the cursor key or to match the mark to an arbitrary position and set the desired condition. 6 Press one of the following ar...

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    37 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION Explanation - Valid operations The valid operations on the software operator's panel are shown below. Whether to use each group can be chosen using parameter No. 7200. Those groups that are not used are not displayed on the software operator's panel. Group 1 : ...

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    38 1 B-64487EN/031.7 SCREENS DISPLAYED BY FUNCTION KEY When the CNC and machine are connected, parameters must be set to determine the specifications and functions of the machine in order to fully utilize the characteristics of the servo motor or other parts. This chapter describes how to set...

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    39 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 5 To set the parameter, enter a new value with numeric keys and press soft key [INPUT]. The parameter is set to the entered value and the value is displayed. 6 Set 0 (DISABLE) for PARAMETER WRITE to disable writing. 1.7.2 Checking by Self-Diagnosis Screen The ...

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    40 1 B-64487EN/031.7.3 Coordinate System on Part Drawing and Coordinate System Specified by CNC - Coordinate System • For milling machining ZYXPart drawingZYXCoordinate systemZYXToolWorkpieceMachine toolProgramCommandCNCTool • For lathe cutting Part drawingMachine toolProgram CommandCNCX ...

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    41 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION Explanation - Coordinate system The following two coordinate systems are specified at different locations: (See Chapter, “Coordinate System” in the Operator’s Manual (Common to Lathe System/Machining Center System).) 1 Coordinate system on part drawing T...

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    42 1 B-64487EN/03The tool moves on the coordinate system specified by the CNC in accordance with the command program generated with respect to the coordinate system on the part drawing, and cuts a workpiece into a shape on the drawing. Therefore, in order to correctly cut the workpiece as speci...

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    43 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION T The following method is usually used to define two coordinate systems at the same location. 1 When coordinate zero point is set at chuck face WorkpieceX15040Z6040Workpiece XZChuck - Coordinates and dimensions on part drawing- Coordinate system on lathe as ...

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    44 1 B-64487EN/031.7.4 Displaying and Setting Pitch Error Compensation Data If pitch error compensation data is specified, pitch errors of each axis can be compensated in detection unit per axis. Pitch error compensation data is set for each compensation point at the intervals specified for eac...

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    45 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION - Bi-directional pitch error compensation The bi-directional pitch error compensation function allows independent pitch error compensation in different travel directions. (When the movement is reversed, compensation is automatically carried out as in a backlash...

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    46 1 B-64487EN/033 Press the continuous menu key , then press chapter selection soft key [PITCH]. The following screen is displayed: 4 Move the cursor to the compensation point number to be set in either of the following ways: • Enter the compensation point number and press the [NO.SRH] so...

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    47 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.8 SCREENS DISPLAYED BY FUNCTION KEY By pressing the function key , data such as alarms, and alarm history data can be displayed. For information relating to alarm display, see Section III-7.1, “Alarm Display” in the Operator’s Manual (Common to Lathe ...

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    48 1 B-64487EN/03 - Displaying an alarm screen ALM is sometimes indicated in the bottom part of the screen display without displaying an alarm screen. Fig. 1.8.1 (c) Parameter screen In this case, display the alarm screen by following the steps below. 1 Press function key . 2 Press the chap...

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    49 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.8.2 Alarm History Display The CNC including the latest alarm are stored and displayed on the screen. The display procedure is explained below. NOTE Alarms, operations, external operator messages, data change history data, etc. are stored in the same storage ...

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    50 1 B-64487EN/031.9 HELP FUNCTION This function, which provides alarm information, operation methods, and a table of parameter numbers, etc., can be used instead of the handbook. The help function displays the following: • Initial menu screen The initial menu screen is displayed by pressing...

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    51 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION • Soft key [SELECT] - Enter a menu number in the key input buffer and press soft key [SELECT]. - Select a menu with the cursor and press soft key [SELECT]. • key - Enter a menu number in the key input buffer and press the key. - Select a menu with the curs...

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    52 1 B-64487EN/03If no alarm has been generated If you display the alarm detail screen when no alarm has been generated, the screen shows the following: Fig. 1.9.2 (b) Alarm detail screen displayed if no alarm has been generated Operation On the alarm detail screen, you can perform the follo...

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    53 1 SCREEN DISPLAY AND OPERATION 1.9.3 Operation Method Screen 1 On the initial help menu of the help function, you can display the operation method menu screen by performing either of the following: • Press soft key [OPERATION]. • Select "2. OPERATION METHOD" with the cursor and ...

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    54 1 B-64487EN/03• Soft key [MENU] Press this key to go to the initial menu screen of the help function. 1.9.4 Parameter Table Screen 1 On the initial menu screen of the help function, you can display a list of parameter numbers screen by performing either of the following: • Press soft ke...

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    55 2 OPERATION LIST (1) Reset Function KEYSW PWE= 1Mode Functionkey Operation Operating time [(OPRT)] → [RUNPRE] →[EXEC] Number of machined parts [(OPRT)] → [PTSPRE] →[EXEC] Alarm 100 (SW0100) "RESET while pressing "CAN" (2) Input from MDI Function KEYSW PWE= 1M...

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    56 2 B-64487EN/03(3) Input from I/O device Function KEY SW PWE= 1Mode Functionkey Operation Parameter EDIT or emergency stop [PARAM] → [(OPRT)] → [INPUT] → [EXEC] PMC data (Loader, Parameter) (Supplement) [PMC CONFIG] → [SETING] → Move cursor to "ENABLE PROGRAMMER FUNCTION"...

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    57 2 OPERATION LIST Function KEY SW PWE= 1Mode Functionkey Operation Offset EDIT or emergency stop [OFFSET] → [(OPRT)] → [OUTPUT] (→ File name) → [EXEC] Custom macro variable EDIT or emergency stop [OFFSET] → → [MACRO] → [(OPRT)] → → [OUTPUT] (→ File name) → [EXEC] Al...

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    58 2 B-64487EN/03Function KEYSWPWE= 1ModeFunctionkey Operation Deletion of all specified programs [FOLDER] → [SELECT START] → Select desired program with [SELECT] → [DELETE] → [EXEC] Deletion of one program [PROGRM] → “O” + Program No. → “DELETE” → [EXEC] or move cur...

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    59 2 OPERATION LIST Function KEYSWPWE= 1ModeFunctionkey Operation Character insertion EDIT[PROGRM] → [(OPRT)] → → [INPUT MODE] → Enter insert mode [PROGRM] (→ Search for character before which to insert) → New character Character overwriting EDIT[PROGRM] → [(OPRT)] → → [I...

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    60 2 B-64487EN/03 (9) Playback Function KEYSWPWE= 1ModeFunctionkey Operation NC data input TJOG,THNDMove tool → "X" , "Y" or "Z" → "INSERT" → NC data → "INSERT" → "EOB" → "INSERT" (10) Clear Function KEYSWPWE= ...

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    61 2 OPERATION LIST (12) Display Function KEYSWPWE= 1ModeFunctionkey Operation Display of program memory used and contents of current folder [FOLDER] Currently executed program in memory [PROGRM] Specified value under execution, next specified value to be executed, and current position [NEXT]...

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    62 2 B-64487EN/03Function KEYSWPWE= 1ModeFunctionkey Operation Operation history display → [OPEHIS] Periodic maintenance screen → [MAINTE] Maintenance information screen → [M-INFO] Servo waveform display → [W.DGNS] Parameter setting assistance screen → [PRMTUN] Pow...

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    63 2 OPERATION LIST (14) Help function Function KEYSWPWE= 1ModeFunctionkey Operation Displaying INITIAL MENU screen Displaying ALARM DETAIL screen [ALARM] → Alarm No. → [SELECT] Displaying OPERATION METHOD screen [OPERATION] → Item No. of operation method → [SELECT] Displaying...

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    64 2 B-64487EN/03Function KEY SW PWE= 1ModeFunctionkey Operation User data Move cursor to 2.USER DATA LOADING on system monitor screen → [SELECT] → Move cursor to file to be read → [SELECT] → [YES] System data Reading file from memory card Move cursor to 3.SYSTEM DATA LOADING on sys...

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    65 3 G CODE A number following address G determines the meaning of the command for the concerned block. G codes are divided into the following two types. Type Meaning One-shot G code The G code is effective only in the block in which it is specified. Modal G code The G code is effective until an...

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    66 3 B-64487EN/03 T 8. When G code system A is used, absolute or incremental programming is specified not by a G code (G90/G91) but by an address word (X/U, Z/W, C/H, Y/V). Only the initial level is provided at the return point of the canned cycle for drilling..

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    67 3 G CODE 3.1 G CODE LIST IN THE MACHINING CENTER SYSTEM Table 3.1 G code list G code GroupFunction G00 (*) Positioning (rapid traverse) G01 (*) Linear interpolation (cutting feed) G02 Circular interpolation CW or helical interpolation CW G03 Circular interpolation CCW or helical interpolati...

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    68 3 B-64487EN/03G code GroupFunction G27 Reference position return check G28.2 In-position check disable reference position returnG28 Automatic return to reference position G29 Movement from reference position G30 2nd, 3rd, and 4th reference position return G30.1 Floating reference position re...

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    69 3 G CODE G code GroupFunction G43.7 Tool offset G43.8 Cutting point command (type 1) G43.9 Cutting point command (type 2) G44.1 08 Tool offset conversion G45 Tool offset increase G46 Tool offset decrease G47 Tool offset double increase G48 00 Tool offset double decrease G49 (G49.1) (*) 08 To...

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    70 3 B-64487EN/03G code GroupFunction G68 Coordinate system rotation start or 3-dimensional coordinate conversion mode on G69 (*) Coordinate system rotation cancel or 3-dimensional coordinate conversion mode off G68.2 Tilted working plane command G68.3 Tilted working plane specification in too...

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    71 3 G CODE G code GroupFunction G91.1 Checking the maximum incremental amount specifiedG92 Setting for workpiece coordinate system or clamp at maximum spindle speed G92.1 00 Workpiece coordinate system preset G93 Inverse time feed G94 (*) 05 Feed per minute G95 05 Feed per revolution G96 Consta...

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    72 3 B-64487EN/033.2 G CODE LIST IN THE LATHE SYSTEM Table 3.2 G code list G code system A B C GroupFunction G00 (*) G00 (*) G00 (*)Positioning (Rapid traverse) G01 G01 G01 Linear interpolation (Cutting feed) G02 G02 G02 Circular interpolation CW or helical interpolation CW G03 G03 G03 Circula...

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    73 3 G CODE G code system A B C GroupFunction G26 G26 G26 08 Spindle speed fluctuation detection onG27 G27 G27 Reference position return check G28 G28 G28 Return to reference position G28.2 G28.2 G28.2 In-position check disable reference position return G29 G29 G29 Movement from reference positi...

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    74 3 B-64487EN/03G code system A B C GroupFunction G41.6 G41.6 G41.6 3-dimensional cutter compensation : left (type 2) G42.2 G42.2 G42.2 3-dimensional cutter compensation : right (type 1) G42.4 G42.4 G42.4 3-dimensional cutter compensation : right (type 1) (FS16i-compatible command) G42.5 G42.5...

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    75 3 G CODE G code system A B C GroupFunction G54 (G54.1) (*) G54 (G54.1) (*) G54 (G54.1) (*) Workpiece coordinate system 1 selection G55 G55 G55 Workpiece coordinate system 2 selection G56 G56 G56 Workpiece coordinate system 3 selection G57 G57 G57 Workpiece coordinate system 4 selection G58...

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    76 3 B-64487EN/03G code system A B C GroupFunction G73 G73 G74 Oscillation grinding cycle G74 G74 G75 01 Oscillation direct sizing/grinding cycleG80 (*) G80 (*) G80 (*)10 Canned cycle cancel for drilling / Electronic gear box: synchronization cancellation G80.4 (*) G80.4 (*) G80.4 (*) 28 Elect...

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    77 3 G CODE G code system A B C GroupFunction - G98 G98 Canned cycle : return to initial level - G99 G99 11 Canned cycle : return to R point level

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    79 4 PROGRAM FORMAT Function Positioning (G00) Program format G00 IP_ ; Illustration Start pointIP Function Linear interpolation (G01) Program format G01 IP_ F_; Illustration Start pointIP Function Circular interpolation (G02, G03) Program format - For machining center system G02G03X_ Y_R_I_ J...

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    80 4 B-64487EN/03Function Circular thread cutting B (G02.1, G03.1) Program format G17G02.1G03.1X Y α β I J R F ;G18G02.1G03.1Z X α β K I R F ;G19G02.1G03.1Y Z α β J K R F ;X,Y,Z : Coordinates of the end point for circular interpolation α, β : Coordinates of the end point for...

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    81 4 PROGRAM FORMAT Function Three-dimensional circular interpolation (G02.4, G03.4) Program format G02.4 XX1 YY1 ZZ1 αα1 ββ1 ; First block (mid-point of the arc) XX2 YY2 ZZ2 αα2 ββ2 ; Second block (end point of the arc) α,β: Arbitrary axes other th...

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    82 4 B-64487EN/03Function Exact stop (G09) Program format G09  IP_ ;G01G02G03 Illustration SpeedTimeIn-position check Function Programmable data input (G10) Program format - For machining center system Tool compensation memory A G10 L01 P_ R_ ; Tool compensation memory B G10 L...

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    83 4 PROGRAM FORMAT Function Programmable parameter input (G10, G11) Program format For parameter input mode G10 L52 ; Parameter input mode setting N_ R_ ; Non-axis parameter input N_ P_ R_ ; Axis parameter input : G11 ; Parameter input mode cancel N_ : Parameter No. R_ : Parameter se...

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    84 4 B-64487EN/03Function Grooving command with continuous circular motion (G12.4, G13.4) Program format - For machining center system only G12.4 P1 I_ K_ Q_ F_ ; Clockwise continuous circular motion on G13.4 P1 I_ K_ Q_ F_ ; Counterclockwise continuous circular motion on G12.4 P0 ; ...

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    85 4 PROGRAM FORMAT Function Reference position return check (G27) Program format G27 IP_ ; Illustration Start pointIP Reference position return (G28) Function 2nd Reference position return (G30) Illustration Start pointReference position (G28)Intermediate point 2nd reference position(G30)IP G2...

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    86 4 B-64487EN/03Function EGB skip function (G31.8) Program format G81 T_ L_ ; (EGB mode on) G31.8 G91 α0 P_ Q_ R_ ; (EGB skip command) α : Specify an EGB slave axis. The value must always be "0". P : Start number of the custom macro variable used to store the machine coordinates...

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    87 4 PROGRAM FORMAT 3-dimensional cutter compensation - Tool side offset (G41.2, G42.2) Function - Leading edge offset (G41.3) G41.2G42.2 IP_D_ ; Tool side offset G40 IP_ ; Cancellation of cutter compensation Program format G41.3 D_ ; Leading edge offset G40 ; Canceling the leading edge offse...

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    88 4 B-64487EN/03Function Tool length compensation in tool axis direction (G43.1) Program format G43.1 H_ ; Tool length compensation in tool axis direction H: Compensation number G49 ; Compensation cancel Illustration C BZYXCBTool axis directionWorkpiece Function Tool center point control (TY...

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    89 4 PROGRAM FORMAT Function Cutting point command (TYPE1) (G43.8) Program format G43.8 IP_ α_ β_ H_ D_ ,L2 I_ J_ K_ ; Cutting point command (TYPE1) start IP_ α_ β_ ,L2 I_ J_ K_ ; G49 ; Cutting point command cancel IP: In the case of an absolute command, the coordinates of the cutting point...

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    90 4 B-64487EN/03Function Tool offset (G45 to G48) Program format - For machining center system only IP_ D_ ;G45G46G47G48 D: Tool offset No. Illustration G 45G 46G 47G 48IncreaseDecreaseDouble decreaseDouble increaseOffset amountIPIP Function Scaling (G50, G51) Program format - For machining ...

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    91 4 PROGRAM FORMAT Function Coordinate system setting (G50) Maximum spindle speed clamp (G50) Program format - For lathe system only G50 IP_ ; (Coordinate system setting) G50 S_ ; (Maximum spindle speed clamp) Illustration XZ Function Workpiece coordinate system preset (G50.3) Program format - ...

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    92 4 B-64487EN/03Function Work setting error compensation (G54.4) Program format G54.4 P_ ; Work setting error compensation P: Work setting error number G54.4 P0 ; Cancelling the work setting error compensationIllustration Z Xx, y, z Yabc x: Error in the X direction y: Error in the Y direct...

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    93 4 PROGRAM FORMAT Function Mirror image for double turret (G68, G69) Program format - For lathe system only G68 : Mirror image on for double turret G69 : Mirror image cancel Illustration Function Coordinate system rotation, Three-dimensional coordinate conversion (G68, G69), (G68.1, G69.1) ...

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    94 4 B-64487EN/03Function Tilted working plan specification in tool direction (G68.3) Program format G68.3 X_ Y_ Z_ R_ ; G69 ; Cancel X, Y, Z : Feature coordinate system origin R : Angle of rotation about the Z-axis in the feature coordinate system Illustration XcYcZc Feature coordinate syst...

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    95 4 PROGRAM FORMAT Function Canned cycle for turning (G71 to G76) (G90, G92, G94) Program format - For lathe system only N_ G70 P_ Q_ ; G71 U_ R_ ; G71 P_ Q_ U_ W_ F_ S_ T_ ; G72 W_ R_ ; G72 P_ Q_ U_ W_ F_ S_ T_ ; G73 U_ W_ R_ ; G73 P_ Q_ U_ W_ F_ S_ T_ ; G74 R_ ; G74 X(U)_ Z(W)_ P_ Q_...

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    96 4 B-64487EN/03Function Electric gear box automatic phase synchronization (G81, G80) Program format - Acceleration/deceleration type G81 T_ L_ R1 ; Synchronization start G80 R1 ; Synchronization end - Acceleration/deceleration plus automatic phase synchronization type G81 T_ L_ R2 ; Synchr...

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    97 4 PROGRAM FORMAT Function Absolute/incremental programming (G90/G91) Program format - For machining center system G90_ ; Absolute programming G91_ ; Incremental programming : G90_ G91_ ; Programming in both modes - For lathe system X_ Z_ C_ : Absolute programming U_ W_ H_ : Incremental...

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    98 4 B-64487EN/03Function SV rotation control mode command (G96.1, G96.2, G96.3, G96.4) Program format G96.1 P_ ; G96.2 P_ ; G96.3 P_ ; G96.4 P_ ; Function Initial point return / R point return (G98, G99) Program format - For machining center system only G98_ ; G99_ ; Illustration G99G98Initi...

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    99 5 CUSTOM MACRO 5.1 TYPES OF VARIABLES Variable name Variable number Remarks Local variable #1 - #33 Common variable #100 - #149 (#199)#500 - #549 (#999)The following variables are also available with the relevant options:- Addition of custom macro common variables: #150 to #199, #550 to...

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    100 5 B-64487EN/03System variable number System variable name Attri-buteDescription #1136 - #1167 [#_UO[n]] R/W Interface output signals (BIT), UO400-UO431 (Note)Subscript n represents a BIT position (32-63) #1168 - #1171 [#_UOL[4]]- [#_UOL[7]] R/W Interface output signals (LONG),UO400-UO431 / ...

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    101 5 CUSTOM MACRO Tool compensation memory C when parameter V15 (No.6000#3) = 0 System variable number System variable nameAttri-buteDescription #2001 - #2200 Tool compensation value (H code, wear) (Note) Subscript n represents a compensation number (1 - 200). #10001 - #10999 [#_OFSHW[n]] R/WTh...

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    102 5 B-64487EN/03Tool compensation memory C System variables not dependent onparameter V15 (No.6000#3) System variable number System variable name Attri-buteDescription #21001-#21999 [#_CORR_G[n]] R/W Corner R offset (geometry) Note) Subscript n represents a compensation number (1 to 999). #22...

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    103 5 CUSTOM MACRO With tool geometry/wear compensation memory System variable number System variable nameAttri-buteDescription #2001 - #2064 #10001 - #10999 [#_OFSXW[n]] R/W X-axis compensation value (wear) (*1) (Note) Subscript n represents a compensation number (1 - 64). When the number of s...

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    104 5 B-64487EN/03With tool geometry/wear compensation memory System variable number System variable nameAttri-buteDescription #2901 - #2964 #17001 - #17999 [#_OFSRG[n]] R/W Tool nose radius compensation value (geometry) (Note) Subscript n represents a compensation number (1 - 64). When the nu...

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    105 5 CUSTOM MACRO When parameter V15 (No.6000#3) = 1 System variable number System variable nameAttri-buteDescription #2001- #2200 Z-axis tool offset (geometry) (Old name: Tool compensation value (H code, geometry)) Note) Subscript n represents a compensation number (1 to 200). #10001-#10999 [#...

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    106 5 B-64487EN/03System variables not dependent onparameter V15 (No.6000#3) System variable number System variable nameAttri-buteDescription #136001-#136999 [#_OFSYW[n]] R/W Y axis tool offset (wear) Note) Subscript n represents a compensation number (1 to 999). #137001-#137999 [#_OFSXG[n]] R/...

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    107 5 CUSTOM MACRO - Path number of the parameter to be read or written System variable number System variable name Attri-buteDescription #3018 - R/W Path number of the parameter to be read or written - Number of the path on which a macro is being executed System variable number System variable...

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    108 5 B-64487EN/03System variable number System variable name Attri-buteDescription #4119 [#_BUFS] R Modal information on blocks that have been specified by last minute (S code) #4120 [#_BUFT] R Modal information on blocks that have been specified by last minute (T code) #4130 [#_BUFWZP] R Moda...

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    109 5 CUSTOM MACRO T System variable number System variable name Attri-buteDescription #4001 - #4030 [#_BUFG[n]] R Modal information on blocks that have been specified by last minute (G code) (Note) Subscript n represents a G code group number. #4108 [#_BUFE] R Modal information on blocks that...

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    110 5 B-64487EN/03System variable number System variable name Attri-buteDescription #4530 [#_INTWZP] R Modal information on interrupted blocks (additional workpiece coordinate system number) - Position information System variable number System variable nameAttri-buteDescription #5001 - #5020 E...

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    111 5 CUSTOM MACRO System variable number System variable nameAttri-buteDescription #5084 - #5100 Tool position offset on an arbitrary axis (wear) (Note) Subscript n represents an axis number (4 - 20). #100204 - #100250 [#_TOFS[n]] R The numbers to the left can also be used. (Note) Subscript n r...

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    112 5 B-64487EN/03- Workpiece origin offset value, extended workpiece origin offset value M System variable number System variable nameAttri-buteDescription #5201 - #5220 [#_WZCMN[n]] R/W Common workpiece origin offset value (Note) Subscript n represents an axis number (1 - 20). #5221 - #5240...

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    113 5 CUSTOM MACRO System variable number System variable nameAttri-buteDescription #14021 - #14040 [#_WZP2[n]] R/W G54.1P2 workpiece origin offset value (Note) Subscript n represents an axis number (1 - 20). : : : : #19981 - #20000 [#_WZP300[n]] R/W G54.1P300 workpiece origin offset value (Note...

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    114 5 B-64487EN/03System variable number System variable nameAttri-buteDescription #100501 - #100550 [#_WZG57[n]] R/W G57 workpiece origin offset value (Note) Subscript n represents an axis number (1 - 50). #100551 - #100600 [#_WZG58[n]] R/W G58 workpiece origin offset value (Note) Subscript n ...

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    115 5 CUSTOM MACRO System variable number System variable name Attri-buteDescription #5501 - #5520 Offset value of the standard fixture offset being selected (Note) Subscript n represents an axis number (1 - 20). #117001 - #117050 [#_FOFSVAL[n]] R The numbers to the left can also be used.(Note) ...

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    116 5 B-64487EN/03- Second geometry tool offset value T System variable number System variable name Attri-buteDescription #5801- #5832 Second geometry tool offset X-axis compensation value Note) Subscript n represents a compensation number (1 to 32). #27001- #27999 [#_OFSX2G[n]] R/WIf the num...

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    117 5 CUSTOM MACRO System variable number System variable nameAttri-buteDescription #118101 - #118150 [#_DOFS2[n]] R/W Dynamic standard tool compensation value (second set) (Note) Subscript n represents an axis number (1 - 50). #118151 - #118200 [#_DOFS3[n]] R/W Dynamic standard tool compensatio...

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    118 5 B-64487EN/035.3 ARGUMENT SPECIFICATION I/II • Argument specification I addresses and corresponding variables in macros Address Variable number A B C D E F H #1 #2 #3 #7 #8 #9 #11 I J K MQ R S #4#5#6#13#17#18#19TUVWXYZ#20#21#22#23#24#25#26AddressVariable numberAddressVariable number I...

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    119 5 CUSTOM MACRO Type of operation Operation Description <4> Functions #i=SIN[#j] #i=COS[#j] #i=TAN[#j] #i=ASIN[#j] #i=ACOS[#j] #i=ATAN[#j] #i=ATAN[#j]/[#k] #i=ATAN[#j,#k] #i=SQRT[#j] #i=ABS[#j] #i=BIN[#j] #i=BCD[#j] #i=ROUND[#j] #i=FIX[#j] #i=FUP[#j] #i=LN[#j] #i=EXP[#j] #i=POW[#j,#k]...

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    120 5 B-64487EN/035.6 MACRO CALL Macro call Simple call (G65) Modal call (G66, G66.1, G67) Macro call using a G code Macro call using an M code Subprogram call Subprogram call using an M code Subprogram call using a T code Subprogram call using an S code Subprogram call using a second aux...

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    121 5 CUSTOM MACRO 5.6.3 Modal Call: Each Block Call (G66.1) Specified macro is unconditionally called for each NC command block. All data other than O, program name, N, and G codes that is specified in each block is not executed and is used as arguments. G66.1 P p L l <argument-specificati...

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    122 5 B-64487EN/035.6.7 Macro Call Using an M Code By setting an M code number used to call a macro program in a parameter, the macro program can be called in the same way as with a simple call (G65). O0001 ; :M50 A1.0 B2.0 ; :M30 ;O9020 ; : : :M99 ;Parameter No.6080=50 - Corr...

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    123 5 CUSTOM MACRO 5.6.11 Subprogram Calls Using a T Code By enabling subprograms to be called with a T code in a parameter, a subprogram can be called each time the T code is specified in the machining program. O0001 ; : T23 ; : M30 ; O9000 ; : : : M99 ; Parameter No.6001#5=1 By settin...

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    124 5 B-64487EN/035.6.14 Subprogram Call Using a Specific Address By enabling subprograms to be called with a specific address in a parameter, a subprogram can be called each time the specific address is specified in the machining program. O0001 ; : B100. ; : M30 ; O9004 ;(#146=100.) : : :...

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    125 5 CUSTOM MACRO Address Parameter setting Q 81 R 82 S 83 T 84 NOTE When address L is set, the number of repetitions cannot be set. - Correspondence between parameter numbers and program numbers and between the parameter numbers and common variables Parameter number Program number Common va...

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    126 5 B-64487EN/035.8 EXTERNAL OUTPUT COMMANDS In addition to the standard custom macro commands, the following macro commands are available. They are referred to as external output commands. • BPRNT • DPRNT • POPEN • PCLOS These commands are provided to output variable values and chara...

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    127 5 CUSTOM MACRO - Close command PCLOS The PCLOS command releases a connection to an external input/output device. Specify this command when all data output commands have terminated. 5.9 COMMAND RANGE Item Contents Usable variable Local variable: #1-#33 Common variable: #100-#149, #500-#549 A...

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    129 6 HARDWARE 6.1 LCD-MOUNTED TYPE CONTROL UNIT HARDWARE This section describes the hardware configurations of LCD-mounted type control units and display of LEDs mounted on them. 6.1.1 LCD-mounted Type Control Unit (8.4” LCD Unit and 10.4” LCD Unit A) Connector mounting location Fan motor...

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    130 6 B-64487EN/03Connector number Application JGM For back panel CA135 For video signal interface CA88A For memory card interface CD46A For USB port CK20A For horizontal soft keys CK21A For vertical softkeys CA132 For inverter board CD38A For Ethernet (Embedded Ethernet) CD38B For Ethernet (Mu...

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    131 6 HARDWARE LED display ALM1ALM2ALM3(1) Alarm LED (red)Rear of unitLINKCOM(2) Ethernet (Embedded Ethernet) status LED(4) 7-segment LED COREALMHER LCOMSTATUSFCOL(3) Ethernet (Multi-function Ethernet) status LED CCPUALM(green)(yellow)(red)(yellow)(green)(red) (1) Alarm LED (red) indication CO...

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    132 6 B-64487EN/03(3) Ethernet (Multi-function Ethernet) status LED In the following explanations, the LED lighting states are expressed as follows: □: Off ■: On ☆: Blinking ◇: Don’t care - LED display transition for STATUSF (during power-on) LED display Status Meaning □ Po...

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    133 6 HARDWARE (4) 7-segment LED See Section 19.4, “LED Display”. Configuration of the inverter LCD unit Inverter board CPA11 CA132Main board CA132 Location of the inverter board Inverter boardRear of unit DeviceNet card Connector and LED mounting location MSNSLEDGreenLED3LE...

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    134 6 B-64487EN/03This board provides four green LEDs (LED0 to LED3) and one red LED (LEDWD) for status indication. In addition, it provides two types of LED units (MS and NS) that have one red LED and one green LED. Name Color Meaning LED0 to LED3 Green Indicates the activation state of the De...

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    135 6 HARDWARE LED display for MS and NS (during normal operation) LED display Status Meaning MS □ NS □ Immediately after power-onThe MPU is being reset. MS ☆ green NS □ Initializing The firmware is making a initialization. MS ■ green NS □ Checking duplication of MAC IDs The firmwa...

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    136 6 B-64487EN/03LED display Status Error and action Slave not present No slaves are present. Verify the following: → The slave is turned on. → The communication rates of all nodes are set to the same value. → The cable length is appropriate. → The cable is not loose or broken. → A t...

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    137 6 HARDWARE 6.1.2 LCD-mounted Type Control Unit (10.4” LCD Unit B and 15” LCD Unit) Connector mounting location CK20ARear of unitJD54JD51ACPD16AJD56AJA40CA55COP10A-1COP10A-2(COP10A is a connector installed on the servo card.) BatteryFan motor CD38SJD54JD51ACD38BCA135CA139 CK21ACK20ACPD16...

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    138 6 B-64487EN/03Connector number Application CA134 For inverter board (for 15” LCD) Card mounting location GUI cardConnectorConnectorCPU cardConnectorServo card FROM/SRAM module and compact flash card mounting location FROM/SRAM module ConnectorConnectorConnectorCompact flash card A com...

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    139 6 HARDWARE LED display Rear of unit(2) GUI status 1LED (green) DNV1DNV2DNV3DNV4DNV5DNV8DNV9(3)GUI status 2 LED (green) (7) Ethernet (Multi-function Ethernet) status LEDCOLSTATUSFLCOMHERLINKCOM(6) Ethernet (Embedded Ethernet) status LED (1) Alarm LED (red) CCPUALM ALM3ALM2ALM1COREALM (Red) (...

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    140 6 B-64487EN/03(2) GUI status 1 LED (green LED) LED No. DNV3 (STA3) DNV2 (STA2) DNV1(STA1)Meaning 1 □ □ □ State where the power is not tuned on, or state where the system was started up successfully and is running normally. 2 ■ ■ ■State immediately after the power...

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    141 6 HARDWARE (6) Ethernet (Embedded Ethernet) status LED LED Meaning LINK (green) Turned on when a connection is made with the hub correctly COM (yellow) Turned on when data is transferred (7) Ethernet (Multi-function Ethernet) status LED In the following explanations, the LED lighting states...

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    142 6 B-64487EN/03LED display Status Meaning ■ Error detected in the Ethernet circuit on the main board☆ Error detected in the software The cause may be the faulty main board or a malfunction due to noise. (8) 7-segment LED See Section 19.4, “LED Display”. Configuration of the invert...

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    143 6 HARDWARE Locations of the inverter board and fan adapter board (1) For control unit with 10.4” LCD Inverter board Rear of unit (2) For control unit with 15” LCD Inverter board Fan adapter board Rear of unit

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    144 6 B-64487EN/036.2 LCD-MOUNTED TYPE CONTROL UNIT (WITH PERSONAL COMPUTER FUNCTION WITH Windows®CE) HARDWARE This section describes the hardware configuration of the LCD-mounted type control unit (with personal computer function with Windows® CE) and display of LEDs mounted on the unit. Co...

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    145 6 HARDWARE Connector number Application COP10A-1, COP10A-2 For FSSB interface CA55 For MDI JD56A For I/O device interface (RS-232C) JD54 For I/O device interface (RS-232C) or USB deviceJA40 For high-speed skip JD51A For I/O Link i or I/O Link CPD16A For power supply JGM For back panel CA133...

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    146 6 B-64487EN/03FROM/SRAM module and compact flash card mounting location FROM/SRAM module ConnectorConnectorConnectorCompact flash card LED display (6) Ethernet (Embedded Ethernet) status LED (Yellow) (Green) (2) GUI status 1LED (green) DNV1DNV2DNV3DNV4DNV5(3) GUI status 2LED (green) (7)...

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    147 6 HARDWARE (1) Alarm LED (red LED) CORE ALM CCPU ALM 1 2 3 ALMMeaning ◇ □ ■ □ ◇ Low battery voltage. The battery may be is running out. ◇ ■ ■ □ ◇ Software detected an error and stopped the system. ◇ □ □ ■ ◇ Hardware de...

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    148 6 B-64487EN/03LED No. DNV9 (LED1) DNV8 (LED2) Meaning ■ □ ■ ☆ 3 □ ☆ The memory function of GUI card is being initialized. If the status does not proceed further beyond this indication, the GUI card may be faulty. □ ■ 4 ☆ ■ The graphic f...

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    149 6 HARDWARE - LED display for LCOM LED display Status Meaning □ Not connected to hub The board is not connected to the hub properly. The LED stays off also when the power to the hub is off. Check whether the board is connected to the hub properly. ■ Connected to hub The board is connecte...

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    150 6 B-64487EN/03(3) For control unit with 15” LCD Inverter connection cable Main board CA132 CA134 15”LCD unit Inverter board CN02 CN01CN03 CN04 CN05 Fan adapter board CN1 Locations of the inverter board and fan adapter board (1) For control unit ...

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    151 6 HARDWARE (3) For control unit with 15” LCD Inverter board Fan adapter board Rear of unit 6.2.2 Backup Unit Connector mounting location Backup unit board CN9Front view WARNING When the LED (LEDP) on the main board is on, do not touch any part of the basic unit or backup unit. The co...

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    152 6 B-64487EN/036.3 STAND-ALONE TYPE CONTROL UNIT HARDWARE This section describes the hardware configurations of the stand-alone type control unit and display unit and display of LEDs mounted on them. 6.3.1 Stand-Alone Type Control Unit Mounting positions of connectors, LEDs, etc. JD56A: For...

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    153 6 HARDWARE Mounting positions of cards, power supply unit, and FROM/SRAM module Servo card CPU card FROM/SRAM module Power supply unit Attaching and detaching the main board The main board is secured to the control unit by the fan unit. So, when the fan unit is attached to the control unit...

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    154 6 B-64487EN/03LED display (2) Ethernet (embedded Ethernet) status LED LINK(Upper: green)COM(Lower: yellow)1234FUSE ALM : Fuse burn-out detection LED (red) (3) STATUS: 7-segment LED(1) ALM: Alarm LED (red)(1) COREALM: Alarm LED (red) (1) Alarm LED (red) display ALM CORE 1 2 ...

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    155 6 HARDWARE (3) 7-segment LED Dot LED Meaning Dot Turned on when the display unit is not connected to connector COP21A. If this LED is turned on when the display unit is connected, it is probable that the optical fiber cable is broken, the display unit is not powered on, or the display uni...

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    156 6 B-64487EN/036.3.2 Display Unit for Stand-Alone Type Control Unit 6.3.2.1 Display unit (10.4” LCD unit A) Mounting locations of the display unit connectors CA55CK20ACK21AJA73COP21BCP1BCA132 CA135JD36ACP1ACA103CD46ACA55 CK20A CK21A JA73 COP21BCP1B CP1ACA103CA88AJD36AFuse Fuse Rear of unit...

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    157 6 HARDWARE LED display HSSBERROR PW (2) PW (green)(3) ERROR (red)(1) HSSB (green) LED name Meaning HSSB(green LED) Lights when this board is normally connected to the control unit and communication is enabled. PW(green LED) Lights the power is normally turned on. ERROR(red LED) Lights w...

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    158 6 B-64487EN/03Positions of the inverter board and touch panel printed circuit board Inverter board Touch panel printed circuit board Rear of unit

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    159 6 HARDWARE 6.3.2.2 Display unit (10.4” LCD unit B and 15” LCD unit) Connector mounting location CK21ARear of unit Display control boardCA132CA88ACA55CK20ACK21ACPD18 COP21MCA135CA139 CD46LCA134 CPD18 Fuse Fuse CK20ACA55COP21MFan motor CA133 Connector number Application CA55 For MDI CPD...

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    160 6 B-64487EN/03Mounting positions of the GUI card, power supply unit, and compact flash card Connector Power supply itConnectorGUI cardCompact flash card LED display ALM2 (red) BSRDY (green) Rear of unit DNV5 (green) DNV9 (green) DNV8 (green) (1) HSSB status LED LED Meaning BSRDY(green)...

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    161 6 HARDWARE (2) Others (green LED) LED Meaning DNV5 (LEDP) Turned on when power is supplied to the GUI card. LED No. DNV9 (LED1) DNV8 (LED2) Meaning 1 □ □ Tthe system was started up successfully and is running normally. 2 ■ ■ State immediately after the power is turne...

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    162 6 B-64487EN/03Locations of the inverter board and fan adapter board (1) For display unit with 10.4” LCD Inverter boardRear of unit (2) For display unit with 15” LCD Fan adapter boardInverter board Rear of unit

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    163 6 HARDWARE 6.3.2.3 Display unit for automotive manufacturers Connector mounting location COP21M I/O Link adapter board Connector for /O Link i or I/O Link (slave side) Connector for /O Link i orI/O Link (master side) CPD18 Rear of unit Display control boardCA132CA88ACA55CK20ACK21AJD54 CPD18...

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    164 6 B-64487EN/03Mounting positions of the GUI card, power supply unit, and compact flash card Connector Power supply unit ConnectorGUI card Compact flash card LED display ALM2 (red) BSRDY (green) Rear of unitDNV5 (green) DNV9 (green) DNV8 (green) (1) HSSB status LED LED Meaning BSRDY(green...

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    165 6 HARDWARE (2) Others (green LED) LED Meaning DNV5 (LEDP) Turned on when power is supplied to the GUI card. LED No. DNV9 (LED1) DNV8 (LED2) Meaning 1 □ □ Tthe system was started up successfully and is running normally. 2 ■ ■ State immediately after the power is turned...

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    166 6 B-64487EN/03Details of the inverter board Inverter connection cable Display control board CA132 CA134 15”LCD unit Inverter board CN02 CN01CN03 CN04 CN05 Fan adapter board CN1 Locations of the inverter board and fan adapter board Fan adapter boar...

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    167 6 HARDWARE I/O Link adapter board mounting location I/O Link adapter boardRear of unit

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    168 6 B-64487EN/036.3.3 Display Unit for Stand-Alone Type Control Unit (with Personal Computer Function with Windows®CE) Connector mounting location Display control boardCA132CA88ACA55CK20ACD38SCK21AJD54 JD36CPD18 COP21MCA135CA139 CD46LCA149CA134 Fuse CA133JD54JD36CPD18 Rear of unit COP21MCA...

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    169 6 HARDWARE Connector number Application CA132 For inverter board (for 10.4” display unit) For fan adapter board (for 12.1”/15” display unit) COP21M For HSSB interface CD38S For Ethernet (Windows CE control) CA139 For touch panel interface CA134 For inverter board (for 12.1”/15” dis...

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    170 6 B-64487EN/03LED display ALM2 (red) BSRDY (green) Rear of unitCOM (yellow)DNV5 (green)LINK (green)DNV9 (green)DNV8 (green) (1) HSSB status LED LED Meaning BSRDY(green) Lights when this board is normally connected to the control unit and communication is enabled. ALM2 (RAME・red) Indicate...

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    171 6 HARDWARE LED No. DNV9 (LED1) DNV8 (LED2) Meaning □ ■ 4 ☆ ■ The graphic function of GUI card is being initialized. If the status does not proceed further beyond this indication, the GUI card may be faulty. 5 ☆ □ CF card may be faulty. 6 ☆ ☆ Other ...

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    172 6 B-64487EN/03Locations of the inverter board and fan adapter board (1) For 10.4” display unit Inverter boardRear of unit (2) For 12.1” display unit Fan adapterInverter board Rear of unit

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    173 6 HARDWARE (2) For 15” display unit Fan adapter boardInverter board Rear of unit 6.3.3.2 Backup unit See Subsection 6.2.2, “Backup Unit”.

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    174 6 B-64487EN/036.4 HARDWARE COMMON TO LCD-MOUNTED TYPE AND STAND-ALONE TYPE CONTROL UNITS This section describes the optional boards and other units common to LCD-mounted type and stand-alone type control units. 6.4.1 Optional Board 6.4.1.1 Fast Ethernet board NOTE This board is also used ...

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    175 6 HARDWARE LED display The board incorporates four LEDs. The locations and meanings of the LEDs are indicated below. CD38RSTATUS (green)COL (red) HER (red) LCOM (yellow) In the following explanations, the LED lighting states are expressed as follows: □: Off ■: On ☆: Blinking ...

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    176 6 B-64487EN/03- LED display for COL LED display Status Meaning □ Normal status The board is operating normally. ■ ☆ Collision occurs. (Data collision occurs.) The LED is on or blinks at short intervals when the Ethernet communication traffic (communication amount) is high or ambient n...

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    177 6 HARDWARE 6.4.1.2 Additional axis board Connector and LED mounting location and LED display COP10AJGPFSSB_OP (green) Connector number Application COP10A For FSSB interface LED Meaning FSSB_OP (green) ON: FSSB connected 6.4.1.3 HSSB interface board Connector and LED mounting location and ...

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    178 6 B-64487EN/036.4.1.4 PROFIBUS-DP board Connector mounting location - PROFIBUS-DP master board CN1 Connector number Application CN1 For PROFIBUS-DP master interface - PROFIBUS-DP slave board CN2 Connector number Application CN2 For PROFIBUS-DP slave interface

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    179 6 HARDWARE LED display and their meanings - PROFIBUS-DP master board LED1LED2CN1 NOTE The face plate is indicated with dotted line. Name Color Description LED1 Green Indicates that the CPU on this board has started running. On: RESET has been released, allowing the CPU to start running. ...

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    180 6 B-64487EN/03 - PROFIBUS-DP slave board LED1LED2CN2LED3LEDB NOTE The face plate is indicated with dotted line. Name Color Description LED1 Green Indicates that the CPU on this board has started running. On: RESET has been released, allowing the CPU to start running. The LED is turned ...

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    181 6 HARDWARE 6.4.1.5 DeviceNet board Connector and LED mounting location - Master board TBL Face plate NS MS (LED)From left to right LEDWD LED3 LED2 LED1 LED0 Daughter board Connector number Application TBL For DeviceNet interface - Slave board TBLFace plate LED3 LED2 LED1 LED0 MS ...

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    182 6 B-64487EN/03LED display and their meanings - Master board This board provides four green LEDs and one red LED for status indication. In addition, the internal daughter board has two LEDs that emit red and green light. Name Color Meaning LED0 to 3 Green Indicates the activation state of t...

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    183 6 HARDWARE LED display for LEDWD LED display Status Meaning ■ Daughter board failure The daughter board failed. Replace the DeviceNet master board. LED display for MS and NS (during normal operation) LED display Status Meaning MS □ NS □ Immediately after power-onThe MPU on the d...

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    184 6 B-64487EN/03LED display Status Error and action Network power failure Power for communication is not supplied. Verify the following: → Power for communication is properly supplied. MS ◇ NS □ Transmission error Transmission is not completed successfully.Verify the following: → All ...

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    185 6 HARDWARE In the following explanations, the LED lighting states are expressed as follows: □: Off ■: On ☆: Blinking ◇: Don’t care ?: Undefined LED display transition for LED0, LED1, LED2, and LED3 LED 3 2 1 0 Status after power-on Action when stopped after power-on □...

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    186 6 B-64487EN/03 LED display for MS and NS (during normal operation) In the “during normal operation” status, when communication is normally established, a transition to the “I/O communication normal” status is made. LED display Status Meaning MS □ green MS □ red NS □ green N...

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    187 6 HARDWARE LED display LED 3 2 1 0 Status Error and action MS □ green MS ■ red NS ◇ green NS ◇ red ■□□□↑↓ □???(Repetition)Board failure The DeviceNet slabe board failed. Replace the DeviceNet slabe board. MS ◇ green MS ◇ red NS ◇ green NS ◇ red □□□...

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    188 6 B-64487EN/036.4.1.6 CC-Link board Connector and LED mounting location - Remote device station board LED ERROR RD SD RUN Outside line connector Face plate Red Green Green Green LED display and their meanings - Remote device station board This board provides three green LEDs and one r...

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    189 6 HARDWARE LED indicators in the event of an error In any of the following LED states, check the settings as listed in the table below. □: Off ■: On ☆: Blinking ◇: Don’t care LED display RUN SD RD ERRORMeaning of the state Check item◇ ◇ ◇ ☆ - A CRC error occurred. Cable...

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    190 6 B-64487EN/036.4.2 Other Units 6.4.2.1 Separate detector interface unit Connector mounting location JF101(JF105)JF102(JF106)JF103(JF107)JF104(JF108)JA4A CNF1(CNF2) The parenthesized connector names are for the additional unit. Connector number Application CP11A 24 VDC power input CP11...

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    191 6 HARDWARE 6.4.2.2 Analog input separate detector interface unit Connector mounting location JF111 JF112 JF113 JF114 JA4A CNF1 The parenthesized connector names are for the additional unit. Connector number Application CP11A 24 VDC power input CP11B 24 VDC power output COP10A Back stage o...

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    193 7 PARAMETERS 7.1 HOW TO ENTER THE PARAMETERS Setting procedure of parameters Parameter writing is enabled with following steps 1 to 3. 1 Set to MDI mode or emergency stop state. 2 Press function key several times or press soft key [SETING] to display SETTING (HANDY) screen. 3 Set the curso...

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    194 7 B-64487EN/03<2> To set data consecutively, use key. (Example 1) This key sequence sets data as follows: 0 → 1 2 3 4 0 4 5 6 7 0 9 9 9 9 0 0 (Example 2) This key sequence sets data as follows: ...

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    195 7 PARAMETERS 7.2 PARAMETER LIST 7.2.1 Setting................................................................ (No. 00000~) 7.2.2 Reader/Puncher Interface .................................. (No. 00020~) 7.2.3 CNC Screen Display .......................................... (No. 00300~) 7.2.4 Eth...

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    196 7 B-64487EN/037.2.65 AI Contour Control ............................................. (No. 08451~) 7.2.66 High-speed Position Switch................................ (No. 08500~) 7.2.67 Others ................................................................ (No. 08650~) 7.2.68 Maintenance .....

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    197 7 PARAMETERS 7.2.126 Programs 4 ........................................................ (No. 13450~) 7.2.127 Tool Management .............................................. (No. 13500~) 7.2.128 Manual Liner/Circular Interpolation..................... (No. 13541~) 7.2.129 Canned Cycles for Dr...

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    198 7 B-64487EN/037.2.1 Setting (The parameters below can be set on the setting screen.) 00000 Setting #0 TVC TV check is, not performed (0) / performed (1) #1 ISO The code used for data output is, EIA code (0) / ISO code(1) #2 INI The unit of input is, mm (0) / inch (1) #5 SEQ Automatic in...

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    199 7 PARAMETERS 00024 Setting of communication with the ladder development tool (FANUC LADDER-III, ladder editing package) 0 The settings on the PMC online monitor setting screen are not modified. 1 RS-232-C serial port 1 (JD36A) 2 RS-232-C serial port 2 (JD36B) 10 High-speed interface (HSSB(C...

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    200 7 B-64487EN/03#7 MNC External subprogram call from the memory card is, not performed (0) / performed (1) PRM20=400139 Memory card I/O #0 ISO When a memory card is selected as an I/O device, data input/output is performed using ASCII codes (0) / ISO codes (1) 7.2.3 CNC Screen Display 0030...

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    201 7 PARAMETERS No.00921-No.00923: Settings Description 0 Windows95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista/71 UNIX,VMS 2 Linux 00924 FOCAS2/Ethernet waiting time setting 00929 File attribute specification during FTP server operationSettings Description 0 Priority is given to the file attribute specified in ...

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    202 7 B-64487EN/0300982 Absolute path number to which each spindle belongs 00983 Path control type of each path 0: Lathe system 1: Machining system 7.2.7 Axis Control / Increment System 01000 Extended axis name, Extended spindle name #0 EEA An extended axis name and extended spindle name are...

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    203 7 PARAMETERS #5 ZMI The direction of manual reference position return is, + direction (0) / - direction (1) 01007 Rotary axis command <Axis> #0 RTL When manual reference position return is performed on a rotary axis (A type) before a reference position is established, a movement is ma...

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    204 7 B-64487EN/0301015 Reference position return, Workpiece origin offset, Increment system #4 ZRL In automatic reference position return (G28), the tool path from the middle point to the reference position and machine coordinate positioning (G53) are based on, positioning of nonlinear interp...

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    205 7 PARAMETERS #4 WZP In the 3-dimensional coordinate system conversion mode, a modification to the workpiece coordinate system from the MDI is, not prohibited (0) / prohibited (1) 01205 Reference position output #4 RP1 The output of the signal for the reference position is, disabled (0) / e...

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    206 7 B-64487EN/03#6 LZR When the stored stroke check immediately after power-on is enabled (parameter DOT(No.1311#0)=1), the stored stroke check is, performed even before a manual reference position return is made (0) / not performed until a manual reference position return is made (1) #7 BFA...

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    207 7 PARAMETERS 01353 Coordinate value IV of stored stroke check 1 in the negative direction on each axis [Increment system] 01354 Coordinate value V of stored stroke check 1 in the positive direction on each axis [Increment system] 01355 Coordinate value V of stored stroke check 1 in the negat...

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    208 7 B-64487EN/03#4 JRV Jog feed or incremental feed is performed, at feed per minute (0) / at feed per revolution (1) 01403 Thread cutting, Helical interpolation #3 EDT The corner control function (for the gas stopper) is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) M series #4 ROC Rapid traverse override f...

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    209 7 PARAMETERS 01415 Manual synchronous feedrate for manual linear/circular interpolation continuous feed at override 100% 01420 Rapid traverse rate for each axis [mm/min] <Axis> 01421 F0 rate of rapid traverse override for each axis [mm/min]<Axis> 01423 Feedrate in jog feed for ...

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    210 7 B-64487EN/0301454 Feedrate for F4 [mm/min] M series 01455 Feedrate for F5 [mm/min] M series 01456 Feedrate for F6 [mm/min] M series 01457 Feedrate for F7 [mm/min] M series 01458 Feedrate for F8 [mm/min] M series 01459 Feedrate for F9 [mm/min] M series 01460 Upper limit of feedrate for F1 ...

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    211 7 PARAMETERS 01605 Axis immediate stop #2 EST Axis immediate stop function is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) PRM1673 01606 Interrupt <Axis> #0 MNJ In manual pulse generator interrupt or automatic manual simultaneous operation (interrupt type), only cutting feed acc./dec. is enabled (0) /...

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    212 7 B-64487EN/0301672 Acceleration change time of bell-shaped acc./dec. before interpolation for linear rapid traverse, or acceleration change time of bell-shaped acc./dec. in optimum torque acc./dec. [ms]PRM1671 01673 Maximum allowable acceleration rate in tangent direction at axis immediate...

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    213 7 PARAMETERS #4 RBK Backlash compensation applied separately for cutting feed and rapid traverse is, not performed (0) / performed (1) PRM 1851,1852 01801 In-position width at cutting #4 CCI Parameter number setting for in-position width at cutting time #5 CIN 01802 Servo control...

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    214 7 B-64487EN/03#4 TSM As the unexpected disturbance torque detection level in the jog feed mode (excluding manual rapid traverse) and manual handle feed mode, the threshold value for rapid traverse is used (0) / the threshold value for cutting feed is used (1) PRM 2142, 2104 2200#3=1 01807 S...

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    215 7 PARAMETERS 01818 Linear scale I/F with absolute address referenced mark (A/B phase) Linear scale with distance-coded reference marks (serial) <Axis> #0 RFS If G28 is specified for an axis for which a reference position is not established when a linear scale with absolute address refe...

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    216 7 B-64487EN/0301830 Positional deviation limit at servo-off time for each axis [Detection unit] <Axis> PRM1829 01832 Feed stop positioning deviation for each axis [Detection unit] <Axis> 01836 Servo error amount where reference position return is possible [Detection unit] <A...

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    217 7 PARAMETERS 01885 Maximum allowable value for total travel during torque control [Detection unit] <Axis> PRM 1803#3 01886 Positional deviation when torque control is canceled [Detection unit] <Axis> PRM1803#301890 Servo motor detection speed [min-1] <Axis> 01891 Start valu...

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    218 7 B-64487EN/0302005 Digital servo functions <Axis> #1 FEED The feed-forward function is, not used (0) / used (1) PRM 2068, 2069, 2092, 2144 #6 BRKC The gravity shaft break control function is, not used (0) / used (1) PRM2083 #7 SFCM The static friction compensation function is, not us...

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    219 7 PARAMETERS #7 APTG α Pulsecoder software disconnection monitoring is, performed (0) / not performed (1) 02014 Digital servo functions <Axis> #0 HRV4 HRV4 current control is, not used (0) / used (1) PRM 2334,2335 02015 High-speed positioning functions <Axis> #0 PGTW The positi...

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    220 7 B-64487EN/0302024 Number of position pulses 1 Position detection by a Pulsecoder built into the motor 2 When a separate Pulsecoder is used, set the number of position feedback pulses per motor revolution. When parameter (No. 2000#0) is set to 1, set a value produced by division by 10. &...

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    221 7 PARAMETERS 02077 Overshoot compensation counter <Axis> PRM2003#602078 Conversion coefficient for dual position feedback (numerator) <Axis> 02079 Conversion coefficient for dual position feedback (denominator) <Axis> 02080 1st-order lag time constant for dual position feed...

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    222 7 B-64487EN/0302130 Smoothing compensation performed twice per pole pair <Axis> 02131 Smoothing compensation performed four times per pole pair <Axis> 02132 Smoothing compensation performed six times per pole pair <Axis> 02133 Deceleration phase delay compensation coeffici...

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    223 7 PARAMETERS 02203 Digital servo functions <Axis> #2 CRPI The current loop 1/2PI function is, used (0) / not used (1) PRM2202#2#4 FRC2AX2 Torque control type 2 is, not exercised (0) / exercised (1) PRM2007#702204 Digital servo functions <Axis> #1 HSTP10 The valid increment system...

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    224 7 B-64487EN/0302220 Digital servo functions <Axis> #0 DECAMR For a synchronous built-in servo motor, the αiCZ 768S sensor is, not used (0) / used (1) PRM 2112,2138 02223 Digital servo functions <Axis> #0 DISOBS The disturbance elimination filter function is, not used (0) / used...

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    225 7 PARAMETERS 02273 Digital servo functions <Axis> #1 WSVCPY The position tandem integrator copy function is, not used (0) / used (1) #4 POA1NG For calculation of an observer coefficient (POA1), a load inertia ratio is, considered (0) / not considered (1) PRM2047 #5 EGBEX The automatic...

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    226 7 B-64487EN/0302338 Backlash acceleration function: acceleration amount limit value 2-stage backlash acceleration function: stage-2 acceleration amount limit value <Axis> 02339 2-stage backlash acceleration function: stage-2 acceleration amount (negative direction) <Axis> 02340 ...

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    227 7 PARAMETERS #5 ADERSL Application is based on, positional deviation (0) / speed deviation (1) 02443 Digital servo functions <Axis> (learning) #4 LCON Learning is based on, halt mode (0) / continuation mode (1) PRM2513 #6 ICM The learning memory is placed in, clear mode (0) / compensa...

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    228 7 B-64487EN/037.2.14 DI/DO 1 03001 ST signal, High-speed MST interface, RRW signal #1 SON Automatic operation is started, on the falling edge ("1"→"0") of the automatic operation start signal ST (0) / on the rising edge ("0"→"1") of the automatic...

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    229 7 PARAMETERS #1 EPN In external workpiece number search, signals for workpiece number specification are, external workpiece number search signals PN1…PN16 (0) / extended external workpiece number search signals EPN0… EPN13 (1) #2 EPS As the signal for starting external workpiece number ...

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    230 7 B-64487EN/03#5 DRC For relative position display, tool radius and tool nose radius compensation is, considered (0) / not considered (1) #6 DAL For absolute position display, tool length compensation is, considered (0) / not considered (1)M series #7 DAC For absolute position display, too...

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    231 7 PARAMETERS 03111 Adjustment screen, Screen switching #0 SVS The servo setting screen and servo tuning screen are, not displayed (0) / displayed (1) #1 SPS The spindle tuning screen is, not displayed (0) / displayed (1) #2 SVP As a spindle synchronization error displayed on the spindle t...

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    232 7 B-64487EN/03#3 NDF In calculation for actual feedrate display, the feedrate on a selected axis is, considered (0) / not considered (1) #4 PGA In the high speed program check mode, the machine position is, displayed according to the setting of parameter PGM (0) / displayed with machine co...

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    233 7 PARAMETERS 03127 Modal G code display #0 D25 On the program check screen, G codes in group n are, displayed (0) / not displayed (1) #1 D26 D25 : n=25 #2 D27 D26 : n=26 #3 D28 ・・・ #4 D29 D32 : n=32 #5 D30 #6 D31 #7 D32 03128 Retracement time for deleting alarm data from th...

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    234 7 B-64487EN/0303160 Setting of MDI unit type 03191 Data input #2 WSI On the workpiece origin offset screen, the soft key [INPUT] is, displayed (0) / not displayed (1) #3 SSF When data is input on the setting screen, the soft key for confirming data input is, not displayed ...

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    235 7 PARAMETERS #6 HOM A history of external operator messages is, recorded (0) / not recorded (1) #7 HAL When an alarm is issued, in the operation history and alarm history, modal data, absolute coordinates, and machine coordinates are, recorded (0) / not recorded (1) 03197 Detection time of...

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    236 7 B-64487EN/03#4 PHS Operation history signal selection, does not interact with parameters (0) / interacts with parameters (1) PRM 12801- 12900 24901- 24920 #5 S2K In dual display based on the CNC screen display function, key control switching is performed, by using the DI signal (G029...

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    237 7 PARAMETERS 03251 03252 : 03257 Character blinking in the AI contour control II mode (1st character) Character blinking in the AI contour control II mode (2nd character) : Character blinking in the AI contour control II mode (7th character) AICC2 03280 Display language #0 NLC Dynamic dis...

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    238 7 B-64487EN/03#6 MCM Macro variable input with the MDI keys is, enabled regardless of which mode is set (0) / enabled in the MDI mode only (1) #7 KEY For memory protection keys, the KEY1 to KEY4 signals are used (0) / only the KEY1 signal is used (1) 03291 Protection of data input #0 WPT ...

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    239 7 PARAMETERS #2 G19 At power-on time or in the cleared state, the mode, follows the setting of parameter (No. 3402#1) (0) / is G19 (1) M series #3 G91 At power-on time or in the cleared state, the mode is, G90 (0) / G91 (1) #4 FPM At power-on time or in the cleared state, feed per revolutio...

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    240 7 B-64487EN/0303407 G code clearing #0 C08 #1 C09 #2 C10 #3 C11 #4 C12 #5 C13 #6 C14 #7 C15 When the CNC is reset, the G codes in group n are, placed in the cleared state (0) / not placed in the cleared state(1) C08 : n=08 C09 : n=09 ・・・ C15 : n=15 PRM 3402#6=103408 G code clearing ...

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    241 7 PARAMETERS 03436 Range specification 1 of 2nd auxiliary function codes that do not perform buffering (lower limit) 03437 Range specification 1 of 2nd auxiliary function codes that do not perform buffering (upper limit) 03438 Range specification 2 of 2nd auxiliary function codes that do n...

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    242 7 B-64487EN/0303455 Handling of the decimal point <Axis> #0 AXD If a decimal point is omitted for an axis address, the value is determined, in accordance with the least input increment (0) / in millimeters, inches, or seconds (1) 03456 Pivot axis control <Axis> #0 PVT As a pivo...

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    243 7 PARAMETERS #2 IPC The interpolation type straightness compensation function is, not used (0) / used (1) PRM3620 - 3624,5700-, 13381 - 03620 Number of the pitch error compensation position for the reference position for each axis <Axis> 03621 Number of the pitch error compensation pos...

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    244 7 B-64487EN/0303703 Multi-spindle #0 2P2 When a multi-path system is used, inter-path spindle control allows, configuration where the spindle that belongs to one path only is shared between path 1 and path 2 (0) / configuration where the spindles that belong to path 1 and path 2 are shared...

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    245 7 PARAMETERS #6 CWM Voltage polarity when the spindle speed is output #7 TCW 03708 Spindle speed arrival signal, Spindle speed fluctuation detection #0 SAR The spindle speed arrival signal is, not checked (0) / checked (1) #1 SAT Check of the spindle speed arrival signal at the star...

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    246 7 B-64487EN/0303716 Type of spindle motor #0 A/S The type of spindle motor is, analog (0) / serial (1) PRM 1000#0 03717 Motor number to each spindle 03718 Subscript for display of a serial spindle (main spindle)03719 Subscript for display of a serial spindle (sub spindle)PRM 1000#0 03720 ...

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    247 7 PARAMETERS 03752 Spindle motor speed when switching from gear 2 to gear 3 Setting value =(Spindle motor speed when the gears are switched / Maximum spindle motor speed) × 40953705#2 03761 Spindle speed when switching from gear 1 to gear 2 during tapping [min-1]03762 Spindle speed when swi...

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    248 7 B-64487EN/0303841 Servo motor spindle control number PRM 2016#4 03842 Maximum speed under servo motor spindle control [Input unit] 03843 Acceleration/deceleration time constant under servo motor spindle control [ms] 03844 Master spindle number 03900 Servo axis number used for interpolati...

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    249 7 PARAMETERS 7.2.19 Serial Spindle 04000 Setting of rotation direction #0 ROTA1 The spindle and spindle motor rotate, in the same direction (0) / in the opposite directions (1) #1 ROTA2 In Cs contour control, a command for movement in the positive (+) direction moves the spindle, in the co...

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    250 7 B-64487EN/0304004 External one-rotation signal #2 EXTRF The external one-rotation signal is, not used (0) / used (1) #3 RFTYPE The external one-rotation signal is detected, on its rising edge (0) / on its falling edge (1) 04005 Resolution in Cs contour control #0 CS360M The detection ...

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    251 7 PARAMETERS #3 POLE1 Number of motor poles #4 MXPW Specification of maximum output at acceleration time #7 POLE2 Number of motor poles 04012 Spindle HRV function setting, Induction motor/synchronous motor selection #0 PWM1 PWM setting #1 PWM2 #2 PWM3 #6 SYSP Selection of induc...

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    252 7 B-64487EN/03#7 NRROEN When a command for orientation from the stop state is specified, the shortcut function is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) 04018 Orientation #3 ORTYP0 Orientation type setting #6 ORTYP1 #4 OOTCMH Optimum orientation: Velocity feed-forward setting is, disabled (0) ...

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    253 7 PARAMETERS 04051 Velocity loop integral gain on orientation (Low) 04052 Velocity loop integral gain on servo mode/spindle synchronous control (High) 04053 Velocity loop integral gain on servo mode/spindle synchronous control (Low) 04054 Velocity loop integral gain on Cs contour control ...

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    254 7 B-64487EN/0304086 Induction (HRV): Motor voltage on Cs contour control Synchronous (HRV): Inductance ratio 04087 Overspeed level [%] 04088 Level for detecting excess velocity error when motor is restrained [0.01%] 04089 Level for detecting excess velocity error when motor rotates [0.1%] ...

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    255 7 PARAMETERS 04117 Induction (HRV): Regular-time voltage compensation coefficient for high-speed zone/regular-time motor voltage coefficient Synchronous (HRV): Interference voltage compensation coefficient 04118 Induction (HRV): Acceleration-time voltage compensation coefficient for high-sp...

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    256 7 B-64487EN/0304153 Induction (HRV): Regular-time voltage compensation coefficient for high-speed zone/regular-time motor voltage coefficient 04154 Induction (HRV): Acceleration-time voltage compensation coefficient for high-speed zone/acceleration-time motor voltage coefficient 04155 In...

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    257 7 PARAMETERS 04179 Spindle sensor, Orientation #0 PCMGSL The system of orientation is, position coder system (0) / magnetic sensor system (1) #2 DIRCT1 Rotation direction at spindle orientation #3 DIRCT2 #4 PCTYPE Setting of the number of spindle sensor teeth #5 PCPL0 #6 PCPL1 ...

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    258 7 B-64487EN/0304187 Number of teeth setting of motor sensor #0 VDT1 Number of teeth setting of motor sensor #1 VDT2 #2 VDT3 #3 POLE1 Number of motor poles #4 MXPW Specification of maximum output at acceleration time #7 POLE2 Number of motor poles 04188 Spindle HRV function...

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    259 7 PARAMETERS #4 OOTCMH Optimum orientation: Velocity feed-forward setting is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) #5 OOTCML Optimum orientation: Velocity feed-forward setting is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) High-speed orientation: The speed command is, not compensated (0) / compensated (1) 04195 Spe...

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    260 7 B-64487EN/0304228 Orientation stop position shift 04229 MS signal constant 04230 MS signal gain adjustment 04231 Induction (HRV)(H): Regenerative power limit for high-speed zone/regenerative power limit 04232 Delay time until motor power is cut off [10ms] 04233 Setting of acc./dec. ti...

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    261 7 PARAMETERS 04275 Induction (HRV): Maximum torque curve compensation coefficient 04276 Induction (HRV): Secondary current coefficient for rigid tapping 04277 Induction (HRV): Current loop proportional gain speed coefficient/current phase delay compensation coefficient 04278 Time constant...

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    262 7 B-64487EN/0304321 Optimum orientation: Spindle acceleration command (Low) [10min-1/s]High-speed orientation: Motor acceleration at deceleration time (Medium High) [10min-1/s] 04322 Optimum orientation: Spindle acceleration command (High) [10min-1/s]High-speed orientation: Motor accelerat...

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    263 7 PARAMETERS 04350 Current overload alarm detection level 04351 Current detection offset compensation 04352 Valid feed-forward range, EGB #1 PKHALW The load meter output peak hold function is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) #4 FFALWS Feed-forward is enabled, only in cutting feed (0) / at all...

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    264 7 B-64487EN/0304391 Resonance elimination filter 1: attenuation center frequency [Hz] 04392 Resonance elimination filter 1: attenuation bandwidth [Hz] 04393 Resonance elimination filter 1: damping [%] 04394 One-rotation signal detection #2 ZPHDTC The lower limit of one-rotation signal dete...

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    265 7 PARAMETERS 04438 Safety limit speed 2 for each spindle [min-1] 04440 Safety limit speed 3 for each spindle [min-1] 04442 Safety limit speed 4 for each spindle [min-1] 04443 Feed-forward coefficient of velocity loop 04448 Spindle stop judgment level [min-1] 04449 Direction detection curren...

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    266 7 B-64487EN/0304545 #0 SFBRBT Safety check pause signal is disabled (0) / enabled (1). 04549 #0 SPZENB Leakage detection function is disabled (0) / enabled (1). #1 FHRSP Spindle control of FSSB high-speed rigid tapping isdisabled (0) / enabled (1). PRM 24203#124204 2005#12429#104593 Lo...

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    267 7 PARAMETERS 04911 Allowable speed ratio (q) used to assume that the spindle has reached a specified speed PRM 4900#0 04912 Spindle variation ratio (r) for not issuing a spindle speed fluctuation detection alarm PRM 4900#0 04913 Spindle speed fluctuation width (i) for not issuing a spindle s...

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    268 7 B-64487EN/0305001 Tool compensation #0 TLC Selection of tool length compensation type M series #1 TLB #3 TAL When two or more axes are offset in tool length compensation C, an alarm is issued (0) / no alarm is issued (1) M series #4 EVR When a tool compensation value change is made ...

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    269 7 PARAMETERS #2 PRC For direct input of a tool offset value or workpiece coordinate system shift amount, the PRC signal is not used (0) / the PRC signal is used (1) T series #5 QNI When the tool measurement function or the function for direct input of offset value measured B is used, a tool ...

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    270 7 B-64487EN/0305010 Limit for ignoring the small movement resulting from tool radius and tool nose radius compensation 05011 Constant denominator for 3-dimensional tool compensation or tool length compensation in a specified direction 05013 Maximum value of tool wear compensation PRM 504...

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    271 7 PARAMETERS #1 ATP When the tool compensation value in the active offset value modification mode based on manual feed is changed, by moving the tool along the X-axis, Z-axis, and Y-axis, the compensation value for each axis can be changed (0) / by moving the tool along an arbitrary axis (ot...

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    272 7 B-64487EN/0305082 Coordinate of the 2nd axis of compensation center 1 in grinding-wheel wear compensation M series 05083 Coordinate of the 1st axis of compensation center 2 in grinding-wheel wear compensation M series 05084 Coordinate of the 2nd axis of compensation center 2 in grinding-w...

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    273 7 PARAMETERS 05105 Canned cycle #0 SBC In a drilling canned cycle, chamfer cycle, or corner rounding cycle, a single block stop is, not performed (0) / performed (1) #1 RF1 In a multiple repetitive turning canned cycle (G71/G72) of type I, roughing is, performed (0) / not performed (1) #2 ...

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    274 7 B-64487EN/0305141 Finishing allowance in the multiple repetitive turning canned cycle G76 Radius 05142 Repetition count of final finishing in multiple repetitive turning canned cycle G76 [cycle] 05143 Tool nose angle in multiple repetitive turning canned cycle G76 [deg] 05145 Allowable va...

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    275 7 PARAMETERS 05167 Percentage of the cutting feedrate to be changed at the start of the next cutting when no ovarload torque detection signal is received [%]F2=F1×b2÷100 F1: Cutting feedrate to be changed F2: Cutting feedrate changed b2: Value set in parameter No. 5167 [%] 05168 Lower lim...

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    276 7 B-64487EN/03#4 DOV Override during extraction in rigid tapping is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) PRM 5211,5381#5 PCP A high-speed peck tapping cycle is, used (0) / not used (1) #6 FHD During rigid tapping, feed hold and single block operations are, disabled (0) / enabled (1) #7 SRS To sele...

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    277 7 PARAMETERS 05214 Setting of an allowable rigid tapping synchronization error range [Detection unit] 05221 Number of gear teeth on the spindle side in rigid tapping (1st gear) 05222 Number of gear teeth on the spindle side in rigid tapping (2nd gear) 05223 Number of gear teeth on the spin...

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    278 7 B-64487EN/0305302 Tapping axis in-position width in rigid tapping (2nd spindle) [Detection unit]<Axis> 05304 Tapping axis in-position width in rigid tapping (3rd spindle) [Detection unit]<Axis> 05306 Tapping axis in-position width in rigid tapping (4th spindle) [Detection u...

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    279 7 PARAMETERS #7 SCR The scaling magnification unit is, 0.00001 times (0) / 0.001 times (1) 05401 Axis-by-axis scaling <Axis> #0 SCL Scaling on this axis is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) PRM 5400#6 05402 Manual handle interruption screen #3 DMK The manual handle interruption screen is d...

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    280 7 B-64487EN/03 7.2.28 Index Table 05500 Index table indexing #0 DDP As the method for inputting a decimal point in a command for the index table indexing axis, the conventional method is used (0) / the calculator-type method is used (1) PRM 3401#0#1 REL The position display of the index ta...

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    281 7 PARAMETERS 05665 Slave axis number in flexible synchronous control (group C) 05666 Master axis number in flexible synchronous control (group D) 05667 Slave axis number in flexible synchronous control (group D) 05668 Flexible synchronous control #0 ACA For slave axes in flexible synchro...

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    282 7 B-64487EN/037.2.32 Straightness Compensation 05700 Straightness compensation #2 SM2 When two or more moving axes are set using the same axis number, the valid parameter-set magnification used with the straightness compensation function is, the magnification for the 1st moving axis (0) / ...

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    283 7 PARAMETERS 05774 Compensation corresponding compensation point number d of moving axis 2 [Detection unit] 05781 Compensation corresponding compensation point number a of moving axis 3 [Detection unit] 05782 Compensation corresponding compensation point number b of moving axis 3 [Detection ...

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    284 7 B-64487EN/03#6 CCV Common variables #100 to #149 cleared by power-off are, cleared to <null> by a reset (0) / not cleared to <null> by a reset (1) 06003 Custom macro interrupt #1 MSK During a custom macro interrupt, absolute coordinates are, not set as skip coordinates (0) /...

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    285 7 PARAMETERS #3 KOP When the NC is reset in the state where the line is made open by POPEN, communication continues with the line left open (0)/communication stops with the line closed (1) #4 ISO The code used to specify the bit patterns of codes that substitute for [, ], #, *, =, ?, @, &...

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    286 7 B-64487EN/0306014 Code bit pattern “]” #0 ]0 The bit of EIA or ISO/ASCII code indicating ] is, 0(0)/1(1)#1 ]1 PRM 6008#4#2 ]2 #3 ]3 #4 ]4 #5 ]5 #6 ]6 #7 ]7 06015 Code bit pattern “?” #0 ?0 The bit of EIA or ISO/ASCII code indicating ? is, 0(0)/1(1)#1 ?1 PRM 6008#4#...

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    287 7 PARAMETERS #7 SFN About the format of the name of a file output by the external output command after CNC reboots, the serial number is reset to 0000 (0) / the serial number is continued and the next number is applied (1) PRM 6019#306020 Custom macro variables common to paths #0 NC1 The se...

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    288 7 B-64487EN/0306080 06081 : 06089 M code used to call the custom macro of program No. 9020 M code used to call the custom macro of program No. 9021 : M code used to call the custom macro of program No. 9029 06090 ASCII code that calls the subprogram of program No. 9004 06091 ASCII code th...

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    289 7 PARAMETERS 06171 Level 1 rapid traverse time constant 06172 Level 2 rapid traverse time constant 06173 Level 3 rapid traverse time constant 06174 Level 4 rapid traverse time constant 06175 Level 5 rapid traverse time constant 06176 Level 6 rapid traverse time constant 06177 Level 7 rapid t...

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    290 7 B-64487EN/03#5 CSE When the continuous high-speed skip command is used, high-speed skip signals are assumed to be input, on the rising edge or falling edge as set by parameter (No. 6200#6) (0) / on both of the rising edge and falling edge (1) #7 SKPXE When the skip function is used, the ...

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    291 7 PARAMETERS #7 3S8 For G31P3/G04Q3, the SKIP8 signal is, not used (0) / used (1) 06205 Multi-step skip signal selection #0 4S1 For G31P4/G04Q4, the SKIP signal is, not used (0) / used (1) PRM 6200#0#1 4S2 For G31P4/G04Q4, the SKIP2 signal is, not used (0) / used (1) #2 4S3 For G31P4/G04Q...

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    292 7 B-64487EN/03#3#4ASL ASB Settings of the type and time constant of acceleration/deceleration after interpolation in the skip function ASB ASLType of acceleration/ decelerationParameter No. for time constant 0 1 Linear type1 - Bell-shapedParameter No. 6280 0 0 This function is disabled PRM...

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    293 7 PARAMETERS #2 3A3 For AE3, the high-speed measurement position arrival signal HAE3 is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) #3 3A4 For AE3, the high-speed measurement position arrival signal HAE4 is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) #4 3A5 For AE3, the high-speed measurement position arrival signal HAE5...

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    294 7 B-64487EN/03#1 EXM An external operator message number from 0 to 999 can be sent. (With the CNC, 2000 is added to each number.) (0) / An external operator message number from 0 to 4095 can be sent. (With the CNC, "EX" is prefixed to each number.) (1) #2 NNO When operator messag...

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    295 7 PARAMETERS 06401 Manual handle retrace #0 ADC With the manual handle retrace function, reverse movement of a block where a move command and auxiliary function are specified simultaneously is, disabled (0) / not disabled (1) Option #2 CHS To display manual handle retrace status, one of the...

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    296 7 B-64487EN/0306427 M code (1) in group E for the manual handle retrace 06428 M code (2) in group E for the manual handle retrace 06429 M code (3) in group E for the manual handle retrace 06430 M code (4) in group E for the manual handle retrace 06431 M code (1) in group F for the manua...

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    297 7 PARAMETERS 06489 M code (3) in group T for the manual handle retrace 06490 M code (4) in group T for the manual handle retrace 7.2.41 Graphic Display 1 06501 Tool path drawing #5 CSR On the PATH GRAPHIC (TOOL POSITION) screen, the shape of the cursor indicating the tool position is:, a...

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    298 7 B-64487EN/037.2.44 Tool Life Management 1 06800 Number of tool life groups and number of tools #0 GS1 Setting the combination of the number of tool life groups and the number of tools #1 GS2 GS2 GS1 Number of groups Number of tools0 01/8 of the maximum number of sets (No. 6813)32 0 11/4 ...

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    299 7 PARAMETERS 06802 Tool life management #1#2TCO E17 These parameters make a selection concerning information about the tools of the group currently used or the group to be used next during automatic operation using FOCAS2 and the PMC window function. ○: Tool information can be w...

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    300 7 B-64487EN/03#4 LFB The tool life management B function is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) PRM 5040#3 (T series) #5 TRS The tool change reset signal TLRST is, valid when RST signal ≠ 1 and only the reset state is set (0) / valid when RST signal ≠ 1 and the reset state, automatic operation ...

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    301 7 PARAMETERS 7.2.46 Manual/Automatic Operation Functions 07001 Manual intervention, Manual numerical command #0 MIT Manual intervention and return function is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) #1 ABS For the move command after manual intervention in the manual absolute on state, a different path...

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    302 7 B-64487EN/0307066 Acceleration/deceleration reference speed for the bell-shaped acc./dec. time constant change function 7.2.47 Manual Handle 07100 Manual handle feed #0 JHD The enabling of manual handle feed in the JOG mode or the enabling of incremental feed in the manual handle feed ...

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    303 7 PARAMETERS #5 HSR The direction of manual pulse generator rotation in the handle-synchronous feed function is, effective in both (0) / effective in one direction. The effective direction is selected by selecting direction of manual handle rotation signal HDSR <Gn193.3> (1) 07113 Man...

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    304 7 B-64487EN/03#1 OP2 Jog feed axis selection and manual rapid traverse selection on the software operator's panel are, not performed (0) / performed (1) #2 OP3 Manual pulse generator axis selection and manual pulse generator magnification selection on the software operator's panel are, not...

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    305 7 PARAMETERS #6 MOA Before moving to the machining restart position in program restart operation, the last M, S, T, and B codes are output (0) / all M codes and the last S, T, and B codes are output (1) PRM 7300#7=1#7 MOP Before finding a block to be restarted then moving to the machining re...

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    306 7 B-64487EN/0307502 High-speed cycle cutting #4#5LC1 LC2 The servo learning function of the high-speed cycle cutting retract function is enabled or disabled as indicated below.LC2 LC1Meaning 0 0 Disabled when retract operation starts0 1 Disabled when retract operation ends1 0 Disabled when...

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    307 7 PARAMETERS 07586 Rotary axis for fixture offset (3rd group) M series07587 Linear axis 1 for fixture offset (3rd group) M series07588 Linear axis 2 for fixture offset (3rd group) M series 7.2.55 Polygon Turning 07600 Feed forward, Reference position return #0 PFF In spindle-servo polygon t...

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    308 7 B-64487EN/0307631 Allowable spindle speed deviation level in polygon machining with two spindles [min-1] 07632 Steady state confirmation time duration in polygon machining with two spindles [ms]PRM7631 07635 Ratio of slave spindle speed in spindle synchronization control PRM 7603#2=1 076...

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    309 7 PARAMETERS 07705 Simple spindle EGB function #0 SEG The simple spindle EGB function is, not used (0) / used (1) 07709 Number of the axial feed axis for helical compensation 07710 Synchronous axis number 07731 G code for EGB specification #0 EFX For EGB specification, G80 and G81 are us...

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    310 7 B-64487EN/037.2.57 Axis Control by PMC 1 08001 Function selection #0 MLE For PMC-controlled axes, the all axis machine lock signal MLK is, valid (0) / invalid (1) PRM 8006#1 #2 OVE The signals related to dry run and override in PMC axis control are, the same as those used for the CNC (0)...

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    311 7 PARAMETERS #6 NCI In PMC axis control, an in-position check at the time of deceleration is, performed (0) / not performed (1) PRM182608005 Travel distance on PMC-controlled axes #0 EDC In PMC axis control, the external deceleration function is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) #1 CDI When a PM...

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    312 7 B-64487EN/0308019 PMC axis control #0 EOS In external pulse synchronization (serial spindle synchronization) in PMC axis control, the serial spindle to be synchronized is, the first spindle of path 1 (0) / any spindle (1) 08020 FL feedrate for reference position return along each axis i...

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    313 7 PARAMETERS #2 IT0 When offset number 0 is specified by a T code, checking interference between paths is stopped until an offset number other than 0 is specified by the next T code (0) / checking interference between paths is continued according to the previously specified offset number (1)...

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    314 7 B-64487EN/03#1 SER The synchronization deviation is, not detected (0) / detected (1) PRM8181#2 PKU In the parking state, the absolute, relative, and machine coordinates are not updated (0) / the absolute and relative coordinates are updated but the machine coordinates are not updated (1) ...

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    315 7 PARAMETERS #5 OPS When superimposed control is canceled, control in which an amount of movement along the master axis subject to superimposed control is added to the workpiece coordinate of the slave axis is, not applied (0) / applied (1) #6 SOK If a master axis subject to superimposed co...

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    316 7 B-64487EN/03#1 MVM When machine coordinates are read in composite control, machine coordinates for the local path are read (0) / machine coordinates for the other path in composite control are read (1) #2 MRF The rapid traverse rate used in composite control is, rapid traverse rate for t...

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    317 7 PARAMETERS 08209 Angular axis control #0 ARF In angular axis control, a movement from an intermediate point to the reference position in the G28 command is, made in the angular coordinate system (0) / made in the Cartesian coordinate system (1) 08210 Slant angle of a slanted axis in angu...

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    318 7 B-64487EN/03#4 MVB In the modification mode, a move command in a direction that increases a synchronization error is, invalid (0) / valid (1) PRM 8304#2 #5 SCA In axis synchronous control, synchronous operation is, performed when the axis synchronous control selection signal SYNC for slav...

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    319 7 PARAMETERS 08335 Synchronization error zero width 2 for each axis [Detection unit]<Axis> Slave axisPRM833308336 Synchronization error compensation gain 2 for each axis <Axis> Slave axisPRM833408337 M code for turning off synchronization in axis synchronous control/twin table c...

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    320 7 B-64487EN/0308465 Maximum allowable feedrate for AI contour control PRM 8451#708466 Maximum allowable feedrate for AI contour control (when a rotary axis is specified singly) PRM 8451#7, 8465 08486 Maximum travel distance of a block where smooth interpolation or Nano smoothing is applied ...

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    321 7 PARAMETERS 08509 Switch operation setting #0 D09 The output type of the n-th high-speed position switch is, #1 D10 normal type (0) / direction decision type (1) #2 D11 D09 : n=9 #3 D12 D10 : n=10 #4 D13 : #5 D14 D16 : n=16 #6 D15 #7 D16 08512 Switch operation setting (Directi...

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    322 7 B-64487EN/0308590 08591 : 08599 Minimum value of the operation range of the 1st high-speed position switch Minimum value of the operation range of the 2nd high-speed position switch : Minimum value of the operation range of the tenth high-speed position switch 7.2.67 Others 08650 ...

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    323 7 PARAMETERS 08661 Size of the variable area used by the C Language Executor [K bytes] 08662 Size of the SRAM disk used by the C Language Executor [K bytes] 08663 Time zone setting [sec] 08760 Program number of data input/output (Power Mate CNC manager) 08781 DRAM size used for the C Lang...

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    324 7 B-64487EN/0309002 Program number of a conversational macro/auxiliary macro subject to break operation PRM9003 09003 Sequence number of a conversational macro/auxiliary macro subject to break operation 09010 Macro call from an axis address #0 01M PRM9020 #1 02M Macro call from the addres...

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    325 7 PARAMETERS 09034 P-CODE macro common variable #0 MV0 #1 MV1 #2 MV2 #3 MV3 #4 MV4 #5 MV5 #6 MV6 #7 MV7 The P-CODE macro common variables are, independent common variables (0) / shared as custom macro common variables (1) MV0 : #100 to 149 MV1 : #150 to 199 MV2 : #500 to 549 MV...

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    326 7 B-64487EN/037.2.70 Wrong Operation Prevention Function 10000 10001 : 10019 Lower limit 1 of tool offsets No.01 Lower limit 1 of tool offsets No.02 : Lower limit 1 of tool offsets No.20 10020 10021 : 10039 Upper limit 1 of tool offsets No.01 Upper limit 1 of tool offsets No.02 ...

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    327 7 PARAMETERS 10287 Upper limit 7 of tool offsets No.04 10288 Lower limit 8 of tool offsets No.01 10289 Lower limit 8 of tool offsets No.02 10290 Lower limit 8 of tool offsets No.03 10291 Lower limit 8 of tool offsets No.04 10292 Upper limit 8 of tool offsets No.01 10293 Upper limit 8 o...

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    328 7 B-64487EN/03#6 EIB When the power to the CNC is turned on next time, overwrite-prohibited backup data is, not updated (0) / updated (1) PRM 10342 10340 #1#7 EEB In the emergency stop state, backup operation is, not executed (0) / executed (1) 10341 Interval of automatic and periodical da...

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    329 7 PARAMETERS 10461 10462 : 10475 RGB value of color palette 1 for text for color set 3 RGB value of color palette 2 for text for color set 3 : RGB value of color palette 15 for text for color set 3 7.2.77 High-speed Smooth TCP 1 10485 Smooth TCP #0 STC If, in a TCP start block (G43....

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    330 7 B-64487EN/0310787 Mugnification of compensation for rotary axis translational error compensation value[ΔX2, ΔY2, ΔZ2] 10788 Mugnification of compensation for rotary axis rotary error compensation value [ΔI2, ΔJ2, ΔK2] 10790 Compensation interval of 1st linear compensation axis for...

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    331 7 PARAMETERS 7.2.82 3-dimensional Machine Position Compensation 10830 3-dimensional machine position compensation #0 3MC 3-dimensional machine position compensation is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) 10831 Axis number of compensation axis 1 subject to 3-dimensional machine position compensatio...

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    332 7 B-64487EN/0310884 10885 : 10893 Compensation value 1 of compensation point 1 for compensation axis 3 subject to 3-dimensional machine position compensation Compensation value 1 of compensation point 2 for compensation axis 3 subject to 3-dimensional machine position compensation : Com...

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    333 7 PARAMETERS #7 TFU The update function of the tool figure by built-in 3D interference check setting change signal TDICHG <G519.4> is invalid (0) / valid (1) 10931 Built-in 3D interference check #0 TDIC100 Check for interference between tool 1 and tool holder 1 is, disabled (0) / ena...

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    334 7 B-64487EN/0310935 Built-in 3D interference check #0 TDIC216 Check for interference between object 4 and object 6 is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) #1 TDIC217 Check for interference between object 5 and object 6 is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) #2 TDIC218 Check for interference between tool ...

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    335 7 PARAMETERS #3 TDIC311 Check for interference between object 4 and tool holder 3 is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) #4 TDIC312 Check for interference between object 5 and tool 3 is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) #5 TDIC313 Check for interference between object 5 and tool holder 3 is, enabled (0)...

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    336 7 B-64487EN/03#5 TDIC421 Check for interference between tool 3 and tool holder 4 is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) #6 TDIC422 Check for interference between tool holder 3 and tool 4 is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) #7 TDIC423 Check for interference between tool holder 3 and tool holder 4 is, e...

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    337 7 PARAMETERS 10947 Built-in 3D interference check #0 TDIR200 During cutting feed, canned cycle or 3D interference check between specified targets disable signal (TDISD)=1, check for interference between tool 1 and object 3 is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) #1 TDIR201 During cutting feed, cann...

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    338 7 B-64487EN/03#4 TDIR212 During cutting feed, canned cycle or 3D interference check between specified targets disable signal (TDISD)=1, check for interference between object 3 and object 4 is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) #5 TDIR213 During cutting feed, canned cycle or 3D interference check ...

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    339 7 PARAMETERS 10950 Built-in 3D interference check #0 TDIR224 During cutting feed, canned cycle or 3D interference check between specified targets disable signal (TDISD)=1, check for interference between object 2 and tool 2 is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) #1 TDIR225 During cutting feed, cann...

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    340 7 B-64487EN/03#1 TDIR301 During cutting feed, canned cycle or 3D interference check between specified targets disable signal (TDISD)=1, check for interference between tool 1 and tool holder 3 is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) #2 TDIR302 During cutting feed, canned cycle or 3D interference che...

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    341 7 PARAMETERS #6 TDIR314 During cutting feed, canned cycle or 3D interference check between specified targets disable signal (TDISD)=1, check for interference between object 6 and tool 3 is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) #7 TDIr315 During cutting feed, canned cycle or 3D interference check betw...

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    342 7 B-64487EN/03#5 TDIR405 During cutting feed, canned cycle or 3D interference check between specified targets disable signal (TDISD)=1, check for interference between object 1 and tool holder 4 is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) #6 TDIR406 During cutting feed, canned cycle or 3D interference c...

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    343 7 PARAMETERS #1 TDIR417 During cutting feed, canned cycle or 3D interference check between specified targets disable signal (TDISD)=1, check for interference between tool 2 and tool holder 4 is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) #2 TDIR418 During cutting feed, canned cycle or 3D interference check...

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    344 7 B-64487EN/03#2 TDIST12 In built-in 3D interference check function, when tool 2 and object 1 interfere, OT alarm occurs (0) / OT alarm does not occur, and interference is notified by the signal (1) #3 TDISH12 In built-in 3D interference check function, when tool holder 2 and object 1 inte...

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    345 7 PARAMETERS #2 TDIST32 In built-in 3D interference check function, when tool 2 and object 3 interfere, OT alarm occurs (0) / OT alarm does not occur, and interference is notified by the signal (1) #3 TDISH32 In built-in 3D interference check function, when tool holder 2 and object 3 interf...

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    346 7 B-64487EN/03#2 TDIST52 In built-in 3D interference check function, when tool 2 and object 5 interfere, OT alarm occurs (0) / OT alarm does not occur, and interference is notified by the signal (1) #3 TDISH52 In built-in 3D interference check function, when toolholder 2 and object 5 inter...

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    347 7 PARAMETERS 7.2.85 Spindle Control Based on Servo Motor/Cs Contour Control 1 11000 Servo motor, Cs contour control <Axis> #0 SPC The type of rotation control used with the servo motor-based spindle control function is, position control (0) / velocity control (1) #1 FSR The axis to be...

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    348 7 B-64487EN/0311016 Time constant of acceleration/deceleration in SV speed control mode for each axis [min-1]<Axis> PRM 1610#0,#111017 FL rate of exponential acceleration/deceleration in SV speed control mode for each axis [mm/min]<Axis> 11020 Acceleration/deceleration switching...

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    349 7 PARAMETERS 11080 Acceleration/deceleration for spindle synchronization for each axis 1 (section 1) [min-1/s]<Axis> 11081 Acceleration/deceleration for spindle synchronization for each axis 2 (section 2) [min-1/s]<Axis> 11082 Acceleration/deceleration for spindle synchronization...

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    350 7 B-64487EN/037.2.88 Linear Inclination Compensation 11208 Numerator for determining the trend of the approximation error line of linear inclination compensation a <Axis> 11209 Denominator for determining the trend of the approximation error line of linear inclination compensation b &...

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    351 7 PARAMETERS 7.2.91 DI/DO 2 11223 DI/DO #1 TRS In threading cycle retraction, when a block that specifies return to the start point of the threading cycle is executed, threading signal THRD <Fn002.3> is set to, 0 (0) / 1 (1) #2 OPS In the MEM mode, when [N SEARCH] is performed, OP &l...

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    352 7 B-64487EN/03#4 TDG The distance to go during tool center point control is displayed in the table coordinate system (0) / the machine coordinate system (1) #6 TFD The actual cutting feedrate displayed during tool center point control is, control point feedrate (0) / tool center point feed...

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    353 7 PARAMETERS 7.2.97 Programs 2 11290 M code preventing buffering 11 11291 M code preventing buffering 12 11292 M code preventing buffering 13 11293 M code preventing buffering 14 11294 M code preventing buffering 15 11295 M code preventing buffering 16 11296 M code prevent...

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    354 7 B-64487EN/0311303 Servo load meter axis display, Program display #0 LDP Servo load meter axis display, interacts with coordinate axis display (0) / does not interact with coordinate axis display (1) #1 SRC Upon reset in program character editing, blocks not saved yet are, not saved (0) ...

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    355 7 PARAMETERS #6 ABH Absolute coordinates data is read with FOCAS2 or on the PMC window at, conventional intervals (approximately 32 msec) (0) / short intervals (1) #7 DGH Remaining travel distance data is read with FOCAS2 or on the PMC window at, conventional intervals (approximately 32 mse...

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    356 7 B-64487EN/03#4 GTF When the tool path is drawn with the dynamic graphic display function, drawing at positions with tool compensation considered is, performed (0) / not performed (1) #5 AER When the tool path is drawn with the dynamic graphic display function, automatic erasure at the st...

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    357 7 PARAMETERS #4 9DE On 8.4-inch display unit, the maximum number of axes that can be displayed on a single screen is, 4 (0) / 5 (1) #5 PAD On the pitch error compensation screen, axis names are, not displayed (0) / displayed (1) #6 QLS The machining quality level adjustment screen is, not ...

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    358 7 B-64487EN/0311365 Modal display #0 D33 #1 D34 #2 D35 #3 D36 #4 D37 #5 D38 #6 D39 #7 D40 On the modal information display screen, the G codes in group n are, displayed (0) / not displayed (1)D33 : n=33 D34 : n=34 : D40 : n=40 11366 Modal display #0 D41 #1 D42 #2 D43 #3 D44 #4...

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    359 7 PARAMETERS 11401 Distance to the plus (+) contact surface of the touch sensor M series<Axis> 11402 Distance to the minus (-) contact surface of the touch sensor M series<Axis> 11403 Tool compensation #4 MMT If the tool offset for milling and turning function is used, the compe...

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    360 7 B-64487EN/0311429 11430 11431 11432 : 11440 Spindle speed at P1 in optimum acceleration/deceleration for rigid taping (gear 1) Spindle speed at P2 in optimum acceleration/deceleration for rigid taping (gear 1) Spindle speed at P3 in optimum acceleration/deceleration for rigid taping (...

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    361 7 PARAMETERS 11502 Input/output #2 WPP Programmable parameter input (G10)-based parameter re-setting that requires power-off is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) #3 CMS If the cycle start of MEM/RMT mode is commanded without reset while executing subprogram/macro call of the MDI mode, the alarm ...

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    362 7 B-64487EN/0311600 Rotary axis rotation direction #1 D3MV In following modes, axis moving signals is, the signals for axes on programing coordinate system (0) / the signals for axes on workpiece coordinate system (1) - 3-dimensional coordinate system conversion - Tilted working plane inde...

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    363 7 PARAMETERS 7.2.107 Machining Quality Level Adjustment 11681 Smoothing level currently selected when nano smoothingis used 11682 Tolerance when nano smoothing is used (smoothing level 1) 11683 Tolerance when nano smoothing is used (smoothing level 10) 11684 Tolerance of rotary axes when ...

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    364 7 B-64487EN/0311803 Dual position feedback <Axis> #0 STH The dual position feedback turning mode is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) #1 CDP Dual position feedback compensation clamping is, not performed (0) / performed (1) #2 TSF In tandem control, the slave axis is placed in the servo-o...

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    365 7 PARAMETERS #1 M16 In external data input or external message display, the number of displayable external alarm messages or external operator messages is, 4 (0) / 16 (1) #5 LDV Ladder dividing management function is not available(0) / available(1). 11932 PMC inter-path interface 11933 I/...

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    366 7 B-64487EN/0312049 Number of G code macros for the embedded machine function (10th set) 7.2.115 High-speed Position Switch 2 12201 Controlled axis for which the 11th high-speed position switch function is performed PRM 8500#712202 Controlled axis for which the 12th high-speed position swit...

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    367 7 PARAMETERS 12312 States of the 1st manual handle feed axis selection signals when a movement is made in the 2nd axis direction in tool axis normal direction handle feed/interrupt and table-based horizontal direction handle feed/interrupt 12313 States of the 1st manual handle feed axis sel...

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    368 7 B-64487EN/0312331 Pulse (channel 1) 2 of the manual pulse generator #0 G18 #1 G19 #2 G1A #3 G1B #4 G1C #5 G1D #6 G1E #7 G1F When PMC group n (channel m) uses PowerMate or I/O Link β, the pulses from the manual pulse generator connected with I/O Link are, transferred to the target...

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    369 7 PARAMETERS 12340 PMC path number of the 1st manual handle connected to the I/O Link 12341 PMC path number of the 2nd manual handle connected to the I/O Link 12342 PMC path number of the 3rd manual handle connected to the I/O Link 12343 PMC path number of the 4th manual handle connected to ...

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    370 7 B-64487EN/037.2.120 External Deceleration Positions Expansion 12750 External deceleration function #0 EX4 External deceleration function setting 4 is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) #1 EX5 External deceleration function setting 5 is, disabled (0) / enabled (1) 12751 External deceleration ...

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    371 7 PARAMETERS 12900 Operation history signal selection bit history (No. 20) #0 RB0 A history for bit 0 of operation history signal selection (No. 20) corresponding to the address set by parameter Nos. 12801 to 12860 is, not recorded (0) / recorded (1) #1 RB1 A history for bit 1 of operation...

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    372 7 B-64487EN/03#6 BGI When the INPUT key is pressed with the cursor placed on a program on the program directory screen, background editing is, started (0) / not started (1) #7 EDT During memory operation, program editing is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) 13112 Servo or spindle information sc...

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    373 7 PARAMETERS #5 PMP To the MDI program that is output due to a program restart, the memory protection signals KEY1 and KEY3 are, not effective (0) / effective (1) PRM 3290#7 #6 SQB A program restart with a block number specification is, enabled (0) / disabled (1) #7 SQP A program restart wi...

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    374 7 B-64487EN/0313202 Tool management function screen display #1 DCR On the tool management function screen, tool nose radius compensation data is, displayed (0) / not displayed (1) T series Combined type #2 DOY On the tool management function screen, Y-axis offset data is, displayed (0) / n...

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    375 7 PARAMETERS 13206 Screen display of the tool management function #1 SSM As a chapter selection soft key of the tool management function, a soft key for changing the screen display to the MANUAL GUIDE i screen is, not displayed (0) / displayed (1) #4 OVI When tool management data is output...

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    376 7 B-64487EN/037.2.124 Straightness Compensation 2 13301 Straightness compensation: Compensation point number a of moving axis 4 13302 Straightness compensation: Compensation point number b of moving axis 4 13303 Straightness compensation: Compensation point number c of moving axis 4 1330...

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    377 7 PARAMETERS 13392 Straightness compensation: Compensation magnification of moving axis 2 13393 Straightness compensation: Compensation magnification of moving axis 3 13394 Straightness compensation: Compensation magnification of moving axis 4 13395 Straightness compensation: Compensation...

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    378 7 B-64487EN/0313437 Threshold value for automatic phase synchronization error detection signal output (group A) PRM 5669#013438 Threshold value for automatic phase synchronization error detection signal output (group B) PRM 5669#113439 Threshold value for automatic phase synchronization err...

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    379 7 PARAMETERS 7.2.129 Canned Cycles for Drilling M Code Output Improvement 13543 M code for C-axis unclamping in canned cycles for drilling (1st set) T series PRM 5161#4=113544 M code for C-axis clamping in canned cycles for drilling (2nd set) T series PRM 5161#4=113545 M code for C-axis uncl...

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    380 7 B-64487EN/0313619 Rate of change time of the rate of change of acceleration in smooth bell-shaped acc./dec. before interpolation when AI contour control is used (precision level 10) [%] 13620 Allowable acceleration rate when AI contour control is used (precision level 1) <Axis>13621...

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    381 7 PARAMETERS 13960 : 13991 See Dual Check Safety Connection Manual. 7.2.133 FSSB 1 14000 Inch/metric switching at a point other than the reference position #1 INA When inch/metric switching is performed at a point other than the reference position, operation is performed as conventionally...

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    382 7 B-64487EN/03 7.2.137 SERVO GUIDE Mate 14500 - 14637 These parameters hold initial values and values set by screen operations in SERVO GUIDE Mate. These parameters are set by the CNC. So, never input values from the parameter screen. 7.2.138 Graphic Display 3 14706 The directions of the ...

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    383 7 PARAMETERS 14896 Selection of Embedded Ethernet available in stand-alone type 30i, 31i, or 32i (with personal computer function with Windows CE) 7.2.140 Rotation Area Interference Check 2 14900 Move direction of group B, Rotation direction of groups A and B, processing time #0...

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    384 7 B-64487EN/0314902 Move and rotation direction of group C or group D #0 ICA1 The move direction of the 1st axis in the moving plane in group C is, the same as for the 1st axis in the moving plane in group A (0) / opposite to that of the 1st axis in the moving plane in group A (1) #1 ICA2...

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    385 7 PARAMETERS 14933 Minimum point on the 1st axis of rectangle 4 in group A , 14938 14934 Maximum point on the 2nd axis of rectangle 4 in group A14935 Minimum point on the 2nd axis of rectangle 4 in group APRM14912, 14938 14936 Center of rotation of the 1st axis for rotating group A 14937 Ce...

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    386 7 B-64487EN/037.2.142 Manual Handle Retrace 2 18000 Manual handle retrace #1 RTW At the start of a re-forward movement operation of the manual handle retrace function in a multi-path system, the re-forward movement operation is performed immediately on each path (0) / those paths for which...

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    387 7 PARAMETERS 19517 Speed control with acceleration in AI contour control #0 SNG When smooth speed control is effective, by block length of the linear interpolation, smooth speed control and speed control with change of acceleration on each axis are, not invalidated (0) / invalidated (1) PRM ...

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    388 7 B-64487EN/0319545 Optimal torque acc./dec. (acceleration at P0 during movement in + direction and acceleration) [0.01%]<Axis> 19546 Optimal torque acc./dec. (acceleration at P1 during movement in + direction and acceleration) [0.01%]PRM167119547 Optimal torque acc./dec. (acceleratio...

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    389 7 PARAMETERS 19605 Tilted working plane machining indexing, Interference check in 3-dimensional cutter compensation #0 NSC When a tilted working plane machining indexing of machine type with no tool rotary axis (parameter (No. 19680) = 12) is specified, control point shift operation is, ena...

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    390 7 B-64487EN/03#5 PRI When multiple end point candidates exist for a movement made on a rotary axis by a command such as I, J, and K under tool center point control (type 2), a combination in which the master (1st rotary axis) makes a smaller angular movement (for rotation type or table rota...

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    391 7 PARAMETERS 7.2.148 5-axis Machining Function 19650 Tool axis tool length compensation function, Tool axis direction tool length compensation function <Axis> #0 RAM With the tool axis tool length compensation function, the axis is, not used as a rotary axis (0) / used as a rotary axi...

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    392 7 B-64487EN/03#1 IA2 The 2nd rotary axis is, an ordinary rotary axis (0) / a hypothetical axis (1) #3 NPC When a modification to the tool attitude at the end of the block that provides a tool attitude close to the singular point attitude is suppressed by parameters (No. 19738 and No. 19739...

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    393 7 PARAMETERS #3 LOZ When parameter (No. 19746#2) is set to 1 and tool length compensation is not applied, the tool length value for 3-dimensional manual feed is, specified in parameter (No. 12318) (0) / zero (1) #4 TBP When 3-dimensional cutter compensation is performed on a 5-axis machine ...

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    394 7 B-64487EN/0324032 24033 : 24063 ATR value corresponding to slave 01 on second FSSB line ATR value corresponding to slave 02 on second FSSB line : ATR value corresponding to slave 32 on second FSSB line PRM 1902 #0,#1 24064 24065 : 24095 ATR value corresponding to slave 01 on third FSSB ...

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    395 7 PARAMETERS 24160 : 24167 ATR value corresponding to connector 1 on the eighth separate detector interface unit : ATR value corresponding to connector 8 on the eighth separate detector interface unit PRM 14476 #5 24168 : 24175 ATR value corresponding to connector 1 on the ninth separate d...

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    396 7 B-64487EN/0325653 Acceleration rate of starting or cancellation oscillation motion <Axis> 7.2.152 Spindle Control Based on Servo Motor/Cs Contour Control 2 25700 Acceleration/deceleration switching speed at deceleration time for each axis (1st step) [min-1]<Axis> PRM 11001#6 ...

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    397 7 PARAMETERS 25736 Acceleration/deceleration for spindle synchronization at deceleration time for each axis 7 (section 7) [min-1/s]<Axis> 25737 Acceleration/deceleration for spindle synchronization at deceleration time for each axis 8 (section 8) [min-1/s]<Axis> 7.2.153 Spindle ...

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    398 7 B-64487EN/0325883 Compensation amount of the rotation axis for performing spindle unit compensation (2nd set) 25884 Reference angle of the rotation axis for performing nutating rotary head tool length compensation (1st set) 25885 Reference angle of the rotation axis for performing nutat...

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    399 7 PARAMETERS 27370 Holder length 2 applied when a point nose straight tool is drawn in animated simulation 27371 Holder width 2 applied when a point nose straight tool is drawn in animated simulation 27372 Length of cut applied when a drill tool is drawn in animated simulation 27373 Lengt...

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    401 8 ALARM LIST 8.1 ALARM LIST (CNC) 8.1.1 Alarms on Program and Operation (PS Alarm), Background Edit Alarms (BG Alarm), Communication Alarms (SR Alarm) Alarm numbers are common to all these alarm types. Depending on the state, an alarm is displayed as in the following examples: PS"alarm ...

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    402 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0020 OVER TOLERANCE OF RADIUS An arc was specified for which the difference in the radius at the start and end points exceeds the value set in parameter No. 3410. Check arc center codes I, J and K in the program. The tool path when parameter No. 3410 is...

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    403 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0038 INTERFERENCE IN CIRCULAR BLOCKOvercutting will occur in tool radius/tool nose radius compensation because the arc start point or end point coincides with the arc center. Modify the program. 0039 CHF/CNR NOT ALLOWED IN G41,G42 Chamfering or corner R w...

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    404 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0054 NO TAPER ALLOWED AFTER CHF/CNR A block in which chamfering in the specified angle or the corner R was specified includes a taper command. Modify the program. 0055 MISSING MOVE VALUE IN CHF/CNRIn chamfering or corner R block, the move distance is le...

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    405 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0069 LAST BLOCK OF SHAPE PROGRAM IS AN ILLEGAL COMMAND In a shape program in the multiple repetitive canned cycle (G70, G71, G72, or G73), a command for the chamfering or corner R in the last block is terminated in the middle. 0070 NO PROGRAM SPACE IN MEM...

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    406 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0081 G37 OFFSET NO. UNASSIGNED - For machining center system The automatic tool length measurement function (G37) is specified without specifying an H code. Correct the program. - For lathe system The automatic tool compensation function (G36, G37) i...

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    407 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0091 MANUAL REFERENCE POSITION RETURN IS NOT PERFORMED IN FEED HOLD Manual return to the reference position cannot be performed when automatic operation is halted. Perform the manual return to the reference position when automatic operation is stopped or ...

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    408 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0115 VARIABLE NO. OUT OF RANGE A number that cannot be used for a local variable, common variable, or system variable in a custom macro is specified. In the EGB axis skip function or skip function for flexible synchronous control (G31.8), a non-existent...

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    409 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0136 SPOS AXIS - OTHER AXIS SAME TIME The spindle positioning axis and another axis are specified in the same block. 0137 M-CODE & MOVE CMD IN SAME BLK.The spindle positioning axis and another axis are specified in the same block. 0138 SUPERIMPOSED DA...

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    410 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0153 T-CODE NOT FOUND In registration of tool life data, a block in which the T code needs to be specified does not include the T code. Alternatively, in tool exchange method D, M06 is specified solely. Modify the program. 0154 NOT USING TOOL IN LIFE GR...

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    411 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0175 ILLEGAL G07.1 AXIS An axis which cannot perform cylindrical interpolation was specified. More than one axis was specified in a G07.1 block. An attempt was made to cancel cylindrical interpolation for an axis that was not in the cylindrical interpolat...

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    412 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0201 FEEDRATE NOT FOUND IN RIGID TAP The command F code for a cutting feedrate is a zero. If the value of F command is much smaller than that of the S command, when a rigid tapping command is specified, this alarm is generated. This is because cutting i...

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    413 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0221 ILLEGAL COMMAND IN SYNCHR-MODEPolygon machining synchronous operation and Cs axis control or balance cutting are executed at a time. Modify the program. 0224 ZERO RETURN NOT FINISHED Reference position return has not been performed before the automat...

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    414 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0300 ILLEGAL COMMAND IN SCALING An illegal G code was specified during scaling. Modify the program. For the T system, one of the following functions is specified during scaling, this alarm is generated. - Finishing cycle (G70 or G72) - Outer surface ro...

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    415 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0307 CAN NOT START REFERENCE RETURN WITH MECHANICAL STOPPER SETTINGAn attempt was made to set a butt-type reference position for an axis for which to use the function to set a reference position without a dog. 0308 G72.1 NESTING ERROR G72.1 was specified ...

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    416 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0320 ILLEGAL MOVEMENT AMOUNT/CUTTING AMOUNT IS IN THE DRILLING CYCLE A negative value is specified in a multiple repetitive canned cutting-off cycle (G74 or G75) as Δi or Δk (travel distance/the depth of cut). 0321 ILLEGAL REPEATED TIME IS IN THE PAT...

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    417 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0335 PLURAL M CODE Multiple M codes are commanded simultaneouslyin a block for a wait function with peripheral devices by an M code. 0336 TOOL COMPENSATION COMMANDED MORE TWO AXES For a tool length compensation C, an attempt was made to command the offset...

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    418 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0353 THE INSTRUCTION WAS DONE FOR THE AXIS WHICH WAS NOT ABLE TO MOVE. This error occurred when: - For synchronization 1)A move command was issued to the axis for which parameter No. 8163#7NUMx is set to 1.2)A move command was issued to the slave axis. ...

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    419 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0365 TOO MANY MAXIMUM SV/SP AXIS NUMBER PER PATH The maximum control axis number or maximum control spindle number which could be used within a path was exceeded. 0366 IMPROPER G-CODE IN TURRET METHOD When the turret change tools method was selected (par...

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    420 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0373 ILLEGAL HIGH-SPEED SKIP SIGNAL In the skip commands (G31, G31P1 to G31P4) and dwell commands (G04, G04Q1 to G04Q4), the same high-speed signal is selected in different paths. 0374 ILLEGAL REGISTRATION OF TOOL MANAGER (G10) G10L75 or G10L76 data was...

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    421 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0400 ONE SHOT COMMAND OVER Too many one-shot real time macro commands are specified. 0401 EXEC CMD NUM OVER IN SAME TIME The number of real time macro commands that can be executed simultaneously was exceeded 0402 ILLEGAL TOKEN FOR RTM A token, variable, ...

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    422 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0432 UNAVAILABLE POSTURE IN TPC A command specifying an impossible tool posture was issued in tool posture control. Review the machine configuration and command. In circular interpolation or helical interpolation under tool posture control, a command to...

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    423 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0439 ILLEGAL COMMAND IN TOOL DIRC CMPWhen compensation of workpiece placement error was performed in a 5-axis cutting machine (compensation in the tool direction (bit 0 (RCM) of parameter No. 11200 is 0)), an illegal command was issued. - An unspecifiable...

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    424 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0455 ILLEGAL COMMAND IN GRINDING In grinding canned cycles: 1) <M series> The signs of the I, J, and K commands do not match. 2) <M series/T series > The amount of travel of the grinding axis is not specified. 0456 ILLEGAL PARAMETER IN GRIN...

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    425 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0509 TOOL OFFSET COMMAND IS NOT AVAILABLE - Tool offset (for the lathe system) was specified in the thread cutting block. - Tool offset was specified (lathe system) in the scaling mode, coordinate system rotation mode, or programmable mirror image mode. 0...

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    426 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 0519 PROGRAM FILES ARE BROKEN AND CLEARED The program files have been cleared, because the program files were broken. The power supply might have been turned off while the program files is being saved to nonvolatile memory. 0520 ILLEGAL FORMAT IN G10.8L...

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    427 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 0535 TL OFS CONVERSION SETTING ERROR In following cases, this alarm will be occurred when G44.1 is commanded. (1) The rotation axis is not set to the swivel head axis. (No. 19640#0) (2) The same rotation axis is set to the tool nose rotation axis and the ...

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    428 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 1080 DUPLICATE DEVICE SUB PROGRAM CALL Another external device subprogram call was made from a subprogram after the subprogram called by the external device subprogram call. 1081 EXT DEVICE SUB PROGRAM CALL MODE ERROR The external device subprogram call...

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    429 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 1133 MISSING '=' An equal sign (=) is missing in the arithmetic calculation instruction in a custom macro statement. 1134 MISSING ',' A delimiter (,) is missing in a custom macro statement. 1137 IF STATEMENT FORMAT ERROR The format used in the IF statemen...

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    430 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 1196 ILLEGAL DRILLING AXIS SELECTED An illegal axis was specified for drilling in a canned cycle for drilling. If the zero point of the drilling axis is not specified or parallel axes are specified in a block containing a G code in a canned cycle, simul...

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    431 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 1305 DATA OUT OF RANGE Out–of–range data was found while loading parameters or pitch error compensation data from a tape. The values of the data setting addresses corresponding to L Nos. during data input by G10 was out of range. This alarm is also ge...

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    432 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 1471 ILLEGAL COMMAND IN G40.1 –G42.1 An invalid G code was specified in the normal direction control mode. 1508 DUPLICATE M-CODE (INDEX TABLE REVERSING)A function to which the same code as this M code is set exists. (index table indexing) 1509 DUPLICA...

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    433 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 1567 INDEX TABLE AXIS DUPLICATE AXIS COMMAND Index table indexing was specified during axis movement or on an axis for which the index table indexing sequence was not completed. 1580 ENCODE ALARM (PSWD&KEY) When an attempt was made to read a program, ...

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    434 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 1594 EGB FORMAT ERROR Error in the format of the block of an EGB command (1) T (number of teeth) is not specified in the G81 block. (2) In the G81 block, the data specified for one of T, L, P, and Q is out of its valid range. (3) n the G81 block, only o...

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    435 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 1806 DEVICE TYPE MISS MATCH An operation not possible on the I/O device that is currently selected in the setting was specified. This alarm is also generated when file rewind is instructed even though the I/O device is not a FANUC Cassette. 1807 PARAMETER...

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    436 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 1893 ILLEGAL PARAMETER IN G44.9 A parameter related to spindle unit compensation is incorrect. 1898 ILLEGAL PARAMETER IN G54.2 An illegal parameter (Nos. 7580 to 7588) was specified for fixture offset. 1912 V-DEVICE DRIVER ERROR (OPEN) An error occurred...

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    437 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 1956 DEVICE OVERCURRENT(USB MEMORY) Overcurrent was detected in the USB memory. Replace the USB memory. 1957 PARITY ERROR(USB MEMORY) A parity error occurred in the USB memory. Turn the power to the CNC off. 1960 ACCESS ERROR (MEMORY CARD) Illegal memory ...

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    438 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 2032 EMBEDDED ETHERNET/DATA SERVER ERROR An error was returned in the Embedded Ethernet/Data Server function. For details, see the error message screen of the Embedded Ethernet/Data Server. 2038 WRONG COMMUNICATION COMBINATION The combination of the har...

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    439 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 5009 PARAMETER ZERO (DRY RUN) The dry run feedrate parameter No. 1410 or maximum cutting feedrate parameter No. 1422 for each axis has been set to 0. The parameter for the maximum cutting feedrate for each axis is No. 1432 if acceleration/deceleration bef...

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    440 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 5046 ILLEGAL PARAMETER (S-COMP) The setting of a parameter related to straightness compensation contains an error. Possible causes include: - A non-existent axis number is set in a moving or compensation axis parameter. - More than 128 pitch error comp...

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    441 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 5110 IMPROPER G-CODE(AICC MODE) A G code unspecifiable in AI contour control mode was specified. 5115 ILLEGAL ORDER (NURBS) There is an error in the specification of the rank.5116 ILLEGAL KNOT VALUE (NURBS) Monotone increasing of knots is not observed. 51...

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    442 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 5195 DIRECTION CAN NOT BE JUDGED Measurement is invalid in the tool compensation measurement value direct input B function. [For 1-contact input] 1. The recorded pulse direction is not constant.- The machine is at a stop in the offset write mode. - The ...

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    443 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 5244 TOO MANY DI ON • When an attempt was made to change the flexible synchronous control status, the select signal was not turned on or off after the execution of the M code. • An attempt was made to turn flexible synchronous control on or off withou...

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    444 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 5257 G41/G42 NOT ALLOWED IN MDI MODE Tool nose radius and tool nose radius compensation was specified in MDI mode. (Depending on the setting of the bit 4 (MCR) of parameter No. 5008) 5303 TOUCH PANEL ERROR The touch panel is not connected correctly, or ...

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    445 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 5346 RETURN TO REFERENCE POINTThe coordinate establishment of the Cs contour control axis is not made. Perform a manual reference position return. (1) When Cs coordinate establishment is made for the Cs-axis for which the Cs-axis reference position status...

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    446 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 5365 NOT CHANGE OF PROGRAM CHECK MODE (1) Switching of high-speed program check input signal PGCK<Gn290.5> was performed during execution of the program. 5372 IMPROPER MODAL G-CODE (G53.2) In a block in which G53.2 is specified, a G code in group ...

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    447 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 5408 G41.3 ILLEGAL START_UP (1) In a mode of group 01 other than G00 and G01, G41.3 (startup) is specified. (2) The included angle between the tool vector and move vector is 0 or 180 degrees at the time of startup. 5420 ILLEGAL PARAMETER IN G43.4/G43.5 A ...

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    448 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 5421 ILLEGAL COMMAND IN G43.4/G43.5 An illegal command was specified in tool center point control. - A rotation axis command was specified in tool center point control (type 2) mode. - With a table rotary type or mixed-type machine, a I,J,K command was ...

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    449 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 5422 EXCESS VELOCITY IN G43.4/G43.5 An attempt was made to make a movement at an axis feedrate exceeding the maximum cutting feedrate by tool center point control. 5424 ILLEGAL TOOL DIRECTION The rotation axis position for specifying the tool axis directi...

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    450 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 5459 MACHINE PARAMETER INCORRECT - The parameters Nos.19665 to 19667, 19680 to 19714, and 12321 for configuring the machine are incorrect. - The axis specified with parameter No. 19681 or No. 19686 is not a rotary axis. - In parameter No. 1022, the bas...

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    451 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description 5460 ILLEGAL USE OF 3-DIMENSIONAL CUTTER COMPENSATION - In the 3-dimensional cutter compensation mode (except the tool side offset function for a tool rotation type machine), a move command other than G00/G01 is specified. - With a table rotation type mac...

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    452 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description 5463 ILLEGAL PARAMETER IN 3-DIMENSIONAL CUTTER COMPENSATION A parameter related to 3-dimensional cutter compensation is illegal. - Acc./dec. before interpolation is disabled. Set parameter No. 1660. - Rapid traverse acc./dec. before interpolation is dis...

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    453 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description SV0003 SYNCHRONOUS/ COMPOSITE/ SUPERIMPOSED CONTROL MODE CAN'T BE CONTINUED Since as axis in synchronization, composition, or superimposed mode caused a servo alarm, the mode could not be continued. If one of the axes in a mode causes a servo alarm, all a...

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    454 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description SV0021 PS OVERCURRENT 2Overcurrent flowed in the input circuit. SV0022 PS OVERCURRENT 3Overcurrent flowed in the input circuit. SV0023 PS OVERCURRENT 4Overcurrent flowed in the input circuit. SV0024 PS SOFT THERMAL A load higher than the rating was appl...

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    455 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description SV0305 APC ALARM: PULSE ERROR Since the absolute-position detector caused a pulse error, the correct machine position could not be obtained. The absolute-position detector, or cable is thought to be defective. SV0306 APC ALARM: OVER FLOW ERROR Since the ...

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    456 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description SV0409 DETECT ABNORMAL TORQUE An unexpected disturbance torque was detected on the servo motor, or during Cs axis or spindle positioning. The alarm can be canceled by RESET. SV0410 EXCESS ERROR (STOP) The amount of positional deviation during stopping e...

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    457 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description SV0437 PS OVERCURRENT Overcurrent on input circuit section. SV0438 SV ABNORMAL CURRENT Motor overcurrent SV0439 PS OVER VOLT. DC LINK The DC link voltage is too high. SV0440 PS EXCESS-REGENERATION2 Excessive generative discharge SV0441 ABNORMAL CURRENT OF...

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    458 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description SV0463 SEND SLAVE DATA FAILED The correct data could not be received in the servo software because of the FSSB communication error. SV0465 READ ID DATA FAILED A read of the ID information for the amplifier has failed at power-on. SV0466 MOTOR/AMP. COMBI...

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    459 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description SV0484 SAFTY FUNCTION ERROR (SV) A safety function error related to the servo was detected in the n-axis. (1) The servo or CNC detected that the safety function was not executed in the servo. (2) The result of a servo safety function check did not match t...

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    460 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description SV0604 AMP COMMUNICATION ERROR The communication between Servo Amplifier (SV) and Common Power Supply (PS) is in error. SV0605 PS EXCESS-REGENERATION1 The motor regenerative power is too much. SV0606 PS EXTERNAL FAN FAILURE External radiator cooling fan...

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    461 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description SV5134 FSSB:OPEN READY TIME OUTIn the initialization, the FSSB could not be in an open ready sate. The axis card is thought to be defective. SV5136 FSSB:NUMBER OF AMP. IS INSUFFICIENT The number of amplifier identified by the FSSB is insufficient than the...

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    462 8 B-64487EN/03 #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#0DGN 203 DTE CRCSTBPRM DTE Communication failure of serial Pulsecoder. There is no response for communication. CRC Communication failure of serial Pulsecoder. Transferred data is erroneous. STB Communication failure of serial Pulsecoder. Transfe...

  • Page 490

    463 8 ALARM LIST This diagnosis information is valid when the following conditions are satisfied. • Servo alarm No. 417 has occurred. • Diagnosis data PRM(No.0203#4) = 1 See the following table for the displayed detail numbers and the corresponding causes. For further detail information that...

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    464 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description OT0519 (n)-: INTERFERE ([Target name 1],[ Target name 2]) A check made for interference between [Target name1] and [Target name2] detected interferenceon the - side of axis n. n represents the name of the axis with which an alarm is issued. OT1710 ILLEG...

  • Page 492

    465 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description PW0004 SETTING THE LOADER SYSTEM PATH IS NOT CORRECT.The loader system could not be assigned correctly. The parameter No. 984 setting is incorrect. - The number of loader systems and the number of systems specified to the loader system in the parameter LC...

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    466 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description PW0036 ILLEGAL SETTING FOR SERVO MOTOR SPINDLE The parameter setting for the servo axes for spindle use of the spindle control with servo motor is illegal. - The servo axes number for spindle use has exceeded 4 axes. - Servo axes number for spindle use ...

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    467 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description PW1105 ILLEGAL PARAMETER (3DR-COMP) Parameter setting for three-dimensional rotary error compensation is wrong. One of the following may be the cause. - The designation for rotary axes is wrong. - The number of the total compensation points is larger than...

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    468 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description SP0756 ILLEGAL AXIS DATA The CNC CPU detected an error during transfer of spindle data in the nth spindle. When this alarm is issued because the configuration of the spindle amplifiers was changed, set the spindle number for the spindle amplifier (set b...

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    469 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description SP1234 GRID SHIFT OVERFLOW Grid shift overflowed. SP1240 DISCONNECT POSITION CODERThe analog spindle position coder is broken. SP1241 D/A CONVERTER ERROR The D/A converter for controlling analog spindles is erroneous. SP1243 ILLEGAL SPINDLE PARAMETER SETT...

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    470 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description SP1983 SERIAL SPINDLE AMP. ERROR Could not clear on the spindle amplifier side. SP1984 SERIAL SPINDLE AMP. ERROR An error occurred during re–initialization of the spindle amplifier. SP1985 SERIAL SPINDLE CONTROL ERRORFailed to automatically set parame...

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    471 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description DS0009 ILLEGAL EXECUTION SEQUENCE The malfunction prevention function detected an error in the execution sequence. DS0010 ILLEGAL REFERENCE AREAThe malfunction prevention function detected an error in the reference area. DS0011 ILLEGAL REFERENCE AREAThe m...

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    472 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description DS0025 G60 CANNOT BE EXECUTED Single direction positioning cannot be executed because the state of the mirror image when a single direction positioning block was looked ahead differs from that when the execution of that block started. Modify the program...

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    473 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description DS0132 MESSAGE NUMBER NOT FOUND An attempt to cancel an external operator message or external alarm message failed because the specified message number was not found. DS0133 TOO LARGE NUMBER A value other than 0 to 4095 was specified as the external oper...

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    474 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description DS0651 ACC.ERROR Communication between the separate detectorinterface unit and acceleration sensor was disconnected. DS1120 UNASSIGNED ADDRESS (HIGH) The upper 4 bits (EIA4 to EIA7) of an external data I/O interface address signal are set to an undefine...

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    475 8 ALARM LIST No. Message Description DS1710 ILLEGAL ACC. PARAMETER (OPTIMUM TORQUE ACC/DEC) There are errors in the parameters of permissible acceleration for pptimum torque acc./dec. One of the following is the cause. (1) The ratio of the acceleration for deceleration to the acceleration fo...

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    476 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message Description IE0003 + OVERTRAVEL ( SOFT 2 ) The malfunction prevention function detected that stored stroke check 2 on the positive side was exceeded. IE0004 - OVERTRAVEL ( SOFT 2 ) The malfunction prevention function detected that stored stroke check 2 on the negat...

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    477 8 ALARM LIST 8.2 ALARM LIST (SERIAL SPINDLE) When a serial spindle alarm occurs, the following number is displayed on the CNC. NOTE (*1) Note that the meanings of the Spindle Amplifier (SP) indications differ depending on which LED, the red or yellow LED, is on. When the red LED is on, the ...

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    478 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9007 OVER SPEED 07 Check for a sequence error. (For example, check whether spindle synchronization was specified when the spindle could not be turned.) The motor speed has exceeded 115% of its rated speed....

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    479 8 ALARM LIST No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9014 SOFTWARE SERIES MISMATCH 14 Replace the spindle software. A Spindle Amplifier (SP) that is not registered in the spindle software is used. SP9015 SPINDLE SWITCHING FAULT 15 1 Check and correct the ladde...

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    480 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9024 SERIAL TRANSFER ERROR 24 1 Place the CNC-to-spindle cable away from the power cable. 2 Replace the cable. The CNC power is turned off (normal power-off or broken cable). An error is detected in commun...

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    481 8 ALARM LIST No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9034 ILLEGAL PARAMETER 34 Correct a parameter value according to FANUC AC SPINDLE MOTOR αi series PARAMETER MANUAL (B-65280EN). If the parameter number is unknown, connect the spindle check board, and check...

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    482 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9047 ILLEGAL SIGNAL OF POSITION CODER 47 1 Replace the cable. 2 Correct the cable layout (vicinity of the power line). The A/B phase signal of the spindle position coder (connector JYA3) is abnormal. The r...

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    483 8 ALARM LIST No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9054 OVERCURRENT54 Review the load state. An overload current was detected. SP9055 ILLEGAL POWER LINE 55 1 Replace the magnetic contactor. 2 Check and correct the sequence. The power line state signal of the...

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    484 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9069 SAFETY SPEED OVER 69 1 Check the speed command. 2 Check parameter settings. 3 Check the sequence. In the state in which safety speed monitoring was enabled, the system detected that the motor speed ex...

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    485 8 ALARM LIST No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9074 CPU TEST ERROR 74 Replace the Spindle Amplifier (SP) control printed-circuit board. An error was detected in a CPU test. SP9075 CRC ERROR 75 Replace the Spindle Amplifier (SP) control printed circuit bo...

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    486 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9083 MOTOR SENSOR SIGNAL ERROR83 1 Replace the feedback cable.2 Adjust the sensor. An irregularity was detected in a motor sensor feedback signal. (connector JYA2) SP9084 SPNDL SENSOR DISCONNECTED84 1 Repl...

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    487 8 ALARM LIST No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9091 POLE POSITION COUNT MISS 91 Replace the motor sensor cable. Count error of the magnetic pole position of the synchronous spindle motor SP9092 OVER SPEED TO VELOCITY COMMAND 92 Check the sequence (whethe...

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    488 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9120 COMMUNICATION DATA ERRORC01 Replace the communication cable between CNC and Spindle Amplifier (SP).2 Replace the Spindle Amplifier (SP) control printed circuit board. 3 Replace the main board or addit...

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    489 8 ALARM LIST No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9125 LEARNING CTRL COMP ORDER ERROR C5Correct the settings of the parameters for the maximum and minimum orders of dynamic characteristic compensation elements for learning control (Nos. 4427 and 4428). An o...

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    490 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9133 SER. SENSOR TRANSFER ERROR d3 1 Replace the feedback cable.2 Replace the sensor. 3 Replace the Spindle Amplifier (SP).Serial data error between a serial sensor and spindle amplifier (SP) SP9134 SER.SE...

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    491 8 ALARM LIST No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9145 LOW VOLTAGE DRIVER E5Replace the Spindle Amplifier (SP). The driver circuit voltage has dropped.SP9146 SP:INTERNAL OVERHEAT E61 Check that the temperature in the power magnetics cabinet is within the sp...

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    492 8 B-64487EN/03No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9201 PS OVERCURRENT 2 Replace the Power Supply (PS). Overcurrent was detected in the main circuit input in the power supply (PS). (Power Supply (PS) alarm indication: 11)SP9202 PS OVERCURRENT 3 Replace t...

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    493 8 ALARM LIST No. Message SP indi- cation(*1)Faulty location and remedy Description SP9212 PS HARDWARE ERROR Replace the Power Supply (PS). A hardware error was detected in the power supply (PS). (Power Supply (PS) alarm indication: 24)SP9213 PS SUB MODULE ERROR 1 Replace Power Supply SUB M...

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    494 8 B-64487EN/03 [Unit of data] Detection unit DGN 425 Spindle synchronization error [Data type] 2-word spindle [Unit of data] Detection unit When the spindles are in synchronization mode, the absolute value of the synchronization error when each spindle is set as the slave axis is indi...

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    495 8 ALARM LIST 8.3 SYSTEM ALARMS 8.3.1 Overview The FANUC 30i series makes a transition to the special processing state called the system alarm state when a state that disables the continuation of normal system operation is detected. When the system alarm state is entered, the CNC screen displ...

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    496 8 B-64487EN/038.3.2 Operations on the System Alarm Screen (1) Description of system alarm screen When a system alarm is issued, the screen display is switched to a screen as shown below. This screen is referred to as the system alarm screen. The system alarm screen consists of several page...

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    497 8 ALARM LIST (3) Output of system alarm information For the FANUC Series 30i/31i/32i, system alarm information saved from the IPL screen can be output to the memory card. 1. Start the IPL monitor. If the system alarm screen is displayed when a system alarm is issued, press the reset key. If...

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    498 8 B-64487EN/034. If the IPL monitor is executed on the system alarm screen, enter 2 to select "2. OUTPUT SYSTEM ALARM FILE FROM DRAM". If the power is turned off, enter 1 to select "1. OUTPUT SYSTEM ALARM FILE FROM FILE-RAM". 5. If 1 is selected in step 4, a list of sa...

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    499 8 ALARM LIST 6. Enter the file name to output the file. 8.3.3 System Alarms Detected by Hardware System alarm 400 and subsequent system alarms indicate errors detected by hardware. The basic screen configuration is shown below: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) | | | ↓ (6) | | | | | | | | | | | | ...

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    500 8 B-64487EN/038.3.4 System Alarms 114 to 160 (Alarms on the FSSB) Causes An alarm was detected on the FSSB. NOTE ”/LINEx” following a message if displayed indicates the number of an optical connector on an servo card. LINE1 : COP10A-1 on the servo card LINE2 : COP10A-2 on the servo c...

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    501 8 ALARM LIST SYS_ALM126 SERVO AMP INTERNAL DISCONNECTION (AMPn) -> /LINEx SYS_ALM127 SERVO AMP INTERNAL DISCONNECTION (AMPn) <- /LINEx 126: Internal communication in the nth amplifier failed. 127: Internal communication in the nth amplifier failed. Replace the relevant amplif...

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    502 8 B-64487EN/03SYS_ALM144 FSSB OUT OF CORRECTION (MAIN -> AMPn) /LINEx SYS_ALM145 FSSB OUT OF CORRECTION (MAIN -> SDUn) /LINEx SYS_ALM146 FSSB OUT OF CORRECTION (AMPn -> AMPm) /LINEx SYS_ALM147 FSSB OUT OF CORRECTION (AMPn -> SDUm) /LINEx SYS_ALM148 FSSB OUT OF CORRECTI...

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    503 8 ALARM LIST SYS_ALM150 SLAVE DMA BUS FAILURE (AMPn ) /LINEx SYS_ALM151 SLAVE DMA BUS FAILURE (SDUn ) /LINEx SYS_ALM152 SLAVE LSI DMA BUS FAILURE (AMPn ) /LINEx SYS_ALM153 SLAVE LSI DMA BUS FAILURE (SDUn ) /LINEx SYS_ALM154 SLAVE LOCAL ERROR NO.1 (AMPn ) /LINEx SYS_ALM155 SLA...

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    504 8 B-64487EN/038.4 SYSTEM ALARMS RELATED TO THE PMC AND I/O LINK SERIES 30I GXXXX SYS_ALM197 EMBEDDED SOFTWARE SYSTEM ERROR ←(Type of system alarm)PLEASE CHECK THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION: 2010/04/18 12:00:00 EMBEDDED SOFTWARE SYSTEM ERROR:(40xx-xxxx) PC097 LADDER CRC ERROR (DCSPMC) ...

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    505 8 ALARM LIST Message Faulty location / corrective actionContents PC072 STACK OVERFLOW (TASK:xx) PC072 STACK OVERFLOW (INT:xx) -----< ERROR POSITION >-----MAIN BOARD A stack error occurred (detected by the software). PC080 SYSTEM EMERGENCY -----< ERROR POSITION >-----MAIN BOARD Sy...

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    506 8 B-64487EN/03Message Faulty location / corrective actionContents PC095 MESSAGE CRC ERROR (DCSPMC) -----< ERROR POSITION >--CPU CARD PC097 LADDER CRC ERROR (DCSPMC) -----< ERROR POSITION >--CPU CARD A RAM check error occurred. SYS_ALM196 error messages (PMC watchdog) Message F...

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    507 8 ALARM LIST Message Faulty location / corrective action Contents PC051 I/O LINK ER2 CHn:xx:yy:ww:vv COMMUNICATION ALARM AT CHn -< ERROR POSITION>-CHn -------------------------------1)When you use an I/O Unit-Model A, no base extension unit is connected corresponding to an I/O assignme...

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    508 8 B-64487EN/03Message Faulty location / corrective action Contents PC054 I/O LINK I ABNORMAL POWER SUPPLY -< ERROR POSITION>- CHn/ UNITy(GROUPx) : “unit name” (Note 1) Check the power supply of the I/O unit. A power disconnection alarm occurred in the “y”th unit (group “x...

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    509 8 ALARM LIST 8.5 PMC ALARM MESSAGES The following table lists the PMC alarm messages that may be displayed on the PMC alarm screen. Alarm number Faulty location / corrective action Contents ER01 PROGRAM DATA ERROR (1) Enter the sequence program again. (2) If this error recurs even after you ...

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    510 8 B-64487EN/03Alarm number Faulty location / corrective action Contents ER33 I/O Link ERROR(CHn) (Note3) Contact us; replace the faulty hardware. The LSI for the I/O Link is faulty. ER34 I/O Link ERROR(CHn Gxx) (Note1)(Note3) (1) Check the cable connections to the devices of group xx. (2) ...

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    511 8 ALARM LIST Alarm number Faulty location / corrective action Contents ER43 PROGRAM DATA ERROR(PT/NT) (1) Store sequence program which is compiled again after recompilations using FANUC LADDER-III. (2) If you see the same alarm again after <1>, contact us. The sequence program is inva...

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    512 8 B-64487EN/03Alarm number Faulty location / corrective action Contents ER58 PMC MEMORY TYPE SETTING ERROR Check CNC parameter Nos. 11940 to 11942. Setting of the PMC memory type is invalid.ER60 I/O Link i ERROR(CHn) (Note3) Contact us and replace the hardware. The LSI for I/O Link i is fau...

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    513 8 ALARM LIST Alarm number Faulty location / corrective action Contents ER69 I/O Link i ASSIGNMENT ADDRESS INVALID(CHx Gyy) (Note2) (Note3) Modify I/O Link i assignment data. I/O Link i assignment data for group yy in CHx contains a nonexistent PMC path address. ER70 PMC ADDRESS BLOCK OVERLAP...

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    514 8 B-64487EN/03Alarm number Faulty location / corrective action Contents ER95 IO DEVICE MISMATCH(CHn) (Note3) When this alarm is issued with a machine which has operated normally, possible causes are: (1) The communication cable is broken or a connection failure occurs in the cable. (2) Th...

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    515 8 ALARM LIST Alarm number Faulty location / corrective action Contents ER97 IO Link FAILURE(CHn Gxx) (Note1)(Note3) When this alarm is issued with a machine which has operated normally, possible causes are: (1) The communication cable from group xx-1 to group xx is broken or a connection fa...

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    516 8 B-64487EN/03Alarm number Faulty location / corrective action Contents WN07 LADDER SP ERROR(STACK) Correct the sequence program so that the subprogram has eight or fewer levels of nesting. There are too many levels of nesting (levels more than 8) for the CALL or CALLU functional instructio...

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    517 8 ALARM LIST Alarm number Faulty location / corrective action Contents WN63 MESSAGE FILE IS NOT WRITTEN TO FLASH ROM If you want to use the changed message file for multi-language display the next time you turn on the power, write the message file to the flash ROM. On the data I/O screen, th...

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    518 8 B-64487EN/03Alarm number Faulty location / corrective action Contents WN69 I/O Link i DO ALARM (CHn Gxx Syy zz : PMCm Ybbb = **H ) (Note1) Check DO of the relevant device. The DO alarm (ex. a short circuit with the ground) occurs at “zz” bytes of slot “yy” of group “xx” in ch...

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    519 8 ALARM LIST 8.6 POWER MATE CNC MANAGER FUNCTION When the I/O Link Option for the FANUC servo unit βi series (called I/O Link βi below) is used for CNC additional axes (slaves), the Power Mate CNC manager function can be used to display and set up various types of data of these slaves on t...

  • Page 547

    520 8 B-64487EN/038.7 ERROR DISPLAY ON THE SPINDLE AMPLIFIER NOTE (*1) Note that the meanings of the Spindle Amplifier (SP) indications differ depending on which LED, the red or yellow LED, is on. When the yellow LED is on, an error code is indicated with a 2-digit number. An error code is ind...

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    521 8 ALARM LIST SP indi- cation (*1) Description Remedy 11 A servo mode (rigid tapping, spindle positioning, etc.) command is input, but another mode (Cs contour control, spindle synchronization, or orientation) is specified. Do not switch to another mode during a servo mode command. Before mov...

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    522 8 B-64487EN/03SP indi- cation (*1) Description Remedy 29 The parameter settings are such that the shortest-time orientation function is used (bit 6 of parameter No. 4018 = 0, Nos. 4320 to 4323 ≠ 0). In the αi series spindle amplifier, the shortest-time orientation function cannot be used...

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    523 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Relationships between interface signals and address between CNC and PMC are as shown below. [Example of controlling one path using one PMC] G0000~F0000~X000~Y000~CNC PMCMachine tool [Example of controlling three path using one PMC] G0000~F0000~X000~Y000~CNC PMCMa...

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    524 9 B-64487EN/03[Example of controlling multi-path CNC using PMC system] G0000~F0000~X000~Y000~CNC PMCI/O device for first machinePath 1 G1000~F1000~G2000~F2000~G3000~F3000~G4000~F4000~First PMCG0000~F0000~G1000~F1000~G2000~F2000~G3000~F3000~G0000~F0000~Second PMC Third PMCG0000~F0000~G1000~F...

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    525 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) 9.1 LIST OF SIGNALS 9.1.1 List of Signals (in Order of Symbols) T: Tseries / M: M series ○: Available / ●: Available only with multi-path control / -: Unavailable Symbol Signal name Address T M*ABSM Manual absolute signal G006.2 ○ ○*ACTF1 - *ACTF8 Actual spee...

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    526 9 B-64487EN/03Symbol Signal name Address T M*JV0 - *JV15 Manual feedrate override signals G010,G011 ○ ○*JV0O - *JV15O Software operator’s panel signal (*JV0 to *JV15) F079,F080 ○ ○*KAV0 - *KAV7 G570 - ○*KBV0 - *KBV7 G571 - ○*KCV0 - *KCV7 G572 - ○*KDV0 - *KDV7 Override signal...

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    527 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Symbol Signal name Address T MADCO Auxiliary function output block reverse movement enable output signal F091.5 ○ ○AFL Auxiliary function lock signal G005.6 ○ ○AICC AI contour control mode signal F062.0 ○ ○AL Alarm signal F001.0 ○ ○ALMA F045.0 ○ ○...

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    528 9 B-64487EN/03Symbol Signal name Address T MCONH1 G549.0 ○ ○CONH2 G549.1 ○ ○CONH3 G549.2 ○ ○CONH4 Cs contour control high speed switching signals G549.3 ○ ○CONS1 G274.0 ○ ○CONS2 G274.1 ○ ○CONS3 G274.2 ○ ○CONS4 Cs contour control change signal (for each spindle) G...

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    529 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Symbol Signal name Address T MDMMC Direct operation select signal G042.7 ○ ○DNCI DNC operation select signal G043.5 ○ ○DNTCLR DeviceNet communication error clear signal G518.4 ○ ○DNTCM DeviceNet communication normal signal F290.2 ○ ○DNTER DeviceNet co...

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    530 9 B-64487EN/03Symbol Signal name Address T MEGBSM EGB synchronization mode confirmation signal F082.6 ○ ○EIALA F130.2 ○ ○EIALB F133.2 ○ ○EIALC F136.2 ○ ○EIALD Alarm signal (for group 1 to 4) (PMC axis control) F139.2 ○ ○EID0A - EID31A G146 - G149 ○ ○EID0B - EID31B G1...

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    531 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Symbol Signal name Address T MEOTPA F130.5 ○ ○EOTPB F133.5 ○ ○EOTPC F136.5 ○ ○EOTPD Positive-direction overtravel signals (for group 1 to 4) (PMC axis control) F139.5 ○ ○EOV0 Override 0% signal (PMC axis control) F129.5 ○ ○EOVC G150.5 ○ ○EOVCB...

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    532 9 B-64487EN/03Symbol Signal name Address T MFSPPH Spindle phase synchronous control completion signal F044.3 ○ ○FSPPH1 F289.0 ○ ○FSPPH2 F289.1 ○ ○FSPPH3 F289.2 ○ ○FSPPH4 Spindle phase synchronous control completion signal (for each spindle) F289.3 ○ ○FSPSY Spindle synchr...

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    533 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Symbol Signal name Address T MHS2A - HS2D, HS2E Manual handle feed axis selection signalsG018.4 - G018.7, G411.1 ○ ○HS2IA - HS2ID, HS2IE Manual handle interrupt axis selection signals G041.4 - G041.7, G411.5 ○ ○HS3A - HS3D, HS3E Manual handle feed axis select...

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    534 9 B-64487EN/03Symbol Signal name Address T MITCD1 G292.4 ○ ○ITCD2 G292.5 ○ ○ITCD3 G292.6 ○ ○ITCD4 G407.2 ○ ○ITCD5 G407.3 ○ ○ITCD6 Inter-group interference check disable signals G407.4 ○ ○ITED Interference check area change completion signal F292.3 ○ ○ITF01 - ITF1...

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    535 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Symbol Signal name Address T MMDISL MDI select signal G408.3 ○ ○MMDISL MDI selection confirmation signal F531.3 ○ ○MDRN Dry run check signal F002.7 ○ ○MDTCH1 - MDTCH8 Controlled axis detach status signals F110 ○ ○MEDT Memory edit selection check sign...

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    536 9 B-64487EN/03Symbol Signal name Address T MMPOFA G073.2 ○ ○MPOFB G077.2 ○ ○MPOFC G207.2 ○ ○MPOFD Motor power cutoff command signals (serial spindle) G269.2 ○ ○MRDYA G070.7 ○ ○MRDYB G074.7 ○ ○MRDYC G204.7 ○ ○MRDYD Machine ready signals (serial spindle) G266.7 ○...

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    537 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Symbol Signal name Address T MORCMA G070.6 ○ ○ORCMB G074.6 ○ ○ORCMC G204.6 ○ ○ORCMD Orientation command signals(serial spindle) G266.6 ○ ○OUT0 - OUT15 Software operator’s panel general-purpose switch signals F072,F074 ○ ○OVC Override cancel sign...

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    538 9 B-64487EN/03Symbol Signal name Address T MPSE2 Polygon synchronization axis not arrival signal F063.1 ○ ○PSI1 G578.0 ○ ○PSI2 Pulse superimposed strobe signals G578.1 ○ ○PSIF1 F544.0 ○ ○PSIF2 Pulse superimposed command reading completion signals F544.1 ○ ○PSIM Pulse sup...

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    539 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Symbol Signal name Address T MROVLP Rapid traverse block overlap disable signal G053.5 ○ ○RP11 - RP18 Reference position match signals F517.0 - F517.7 ○ ○RP21 - RP28 2nd reference position match signals F518.0 - F518.7 ○ ○RPDO Rapid traversing signal F002...

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    540 9 B-64487EN/03Symbol Signal name Address T MSH00A - SH11A G078.0 - G079.3 ○ ○SH00B - SH11B G080.0 - G081.3 ○ ○SH00C - SH11C G208.0 - G209.3 ○ ○SH00D - SH11D Spindle orientation external stop position command signals G270.0 - G271.3 ○ ○SIND G033.7 ○ ○SIND2 G035.7 ○ ○S...

  • Page 568

    541 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Symbol Signal name Address T MSPSTPA G028.6 ○ ○SPSTPB G402.1 ○ ○SPSTPC G402.2 ○ ○SPSTPD Spindle stop completion signal G402.3 ○ ○SPSYC Spindle synchronous control signal G038.2 ○ ○SPSYC1 G288.0 ○ ○SPSYC2 G288.1 ○ ○SPSYC3 G288.2 ○ ○SPSY...

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    542 9 B-64487EN/03Symbol Signal name Address T MSVWRN1 F093.4 ○ ○SVWRN2 F093.5 ○ ○SVWRN3 F093.6 ○ ○SVWRN4 Servo warning detail signals F093.7 ○ ○SWS1 G027.0 ○ ○SWS2 G027.1 ○ ○SWS3 G027.2 ○ ○SWS4 Spindle selection signals G026.3 ○ ○SYAR Servo motor spindle synchro...

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    543 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Symbol Signal name Address T MTDRCOF Switching signal for three-dimensional rotary error compensation available/unavailable G579.0 ○ ○TF Tool function strobe signal F007.3 ○ ○TFIN Tool function completion signal G005.3 ○ ○THD00 - THD15 Thermal growth comp...

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    544 9 B-64487EN/03Symbol Signal name Address T MTLRSTI4 Individual tool change reset signal 4 G328.7 ○ ○TLMG10 Tool management data modification in-progress signal F315.2 ○ ○TLSKF Tool skip completion signal F315.0 ○ ○TLSKF1 Tool skip completion signal 1 F329.0 ○ ○TLSKF2 Tool sk...

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    545 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Symbol Signal name Address T MZRN Manual reference position return selection signal G043.7 ○ ○ZRNO Software operator’s panel signal (ZRN) F073.4 ○ ○ZRNR Mode notification signal F513.7 ○ ○

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    546 9 B-64487EN/039.1.2 List of Signals (in Order of Addresses) T: T series / M: M series ○: Available / ●: Available only with multi-path control / -: Unavailable Address Signal name Symbol TMX004.2 - X004.6, X004.0, X004.1 Skip signal SKIP2 - SKIP6, SKIP7, SKIP8 ○○X004.2 - X004.6 Tool...

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    547 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Signal name Symbol TMG021.0 - G022.3 Servo motor rotation speed specification signals SVRI ○-G022.4 Differential speed synchronization command signal DFSYC ○-G022.5 Servo motor rotation polarity specification signal SVGN ○-G022.7 Servo motor spindle con...

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    548 9 B-64487EN/03Address Signal name Symbol TMG037.6 Spindle motor command polarity selection signals SSIN3 ○○G037.7 Spindle motor speed command selection signals SIND3 ○○G038.0 Polygon spindle stop signal *PLSST ○○G038.1 Spindle synchronous speed ratio control signal SBRT ○○G0...

  • Page 576

    549 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Signal name Symbol TMG059.0 Tool retraction signal TRESC ○○G059.1 Tool return signal TRRTN ○○G059.7 Signal for disabling torque difference alarm detection for axis synchronous control NSYNCA ○○G060.7 Tail stock barrier selection signal *TSB ○-G0...

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    550 9 B-64487EN/03Address Signal name Symbol TMG072.3 Differential speed mode command signals (serial spindle) DEFMDA ○○G072.4 Analog override signals (serial spindle) OVRA ○○G072.5 Incremental command externally set orientation signals(serial spindle) INCMDA ○○G072.6 Spindle switch...

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    551 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Signal name Symbol TMG090.4 G2X ○-G090.5 G2Z ○-G090.6 2nd geometry tool offset axis select signal G2Y ○-G090.7 2nd geometry tool offset signal G2SLC ○-G096.0 - G096.6 1% rapid traverse override signals *HROV0 - *HROV6 ○○G096.7 1% step rapid traver...

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    552 9 B-64487EN/03Address Signal name Symbol TMG146 - G149 Axis control data signals (for group 1) (PMC axis control) EID0A - EID31A ○○G150.0,G150.1 Rapid traverse override signals (PMC axis control) EROV1,EROV2 ○○G150.5 Override cancel signal (for group 1) (PMC axis control) EOVC ○...

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    553 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Signal name Symbol TMG178.0 Block stop signals (for group 4) (PMC axis control) EFIND ○○G178.1 Accumulated zero check signal (for group 4) (PMC axis control) ELCKZD ○○G178.2 Buffering disable signals (for group 4) (PMC axis control) EMBUFD ○○G178....

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    554 9 B-64487EN/03Address Signal name Symbol TMG206.1 Rotational direction command signals for orientation stop position change (serial spindle) ROTAC ○○G206.2 Shortcut command signals for orientation stop position change (serial spindle) NRROC ○○G206.3 Differential speed mode command s...

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    555 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Signal name Symbol TMG272.0 - G273.3 Spindle motor speed command signals R01I4 - R12I4 ○○G273.5 Spindle motor command polarity command signals SGN4 ○○G273.6 Spindle motor command polarity selection signals SSIN4 ○○G273.7 Spindle motor speed comman...

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    556 9 B-64487EN/03Address Signal name Symbol TMG356.1 Thermal growth compensation strobe signal THSTB ○○G358 Each axis workpiece coordinate system preset signals WPRST1 - WPRST8 ○○G376 2nd spindle speed override signals SOV20 - SOV27○○G377 3rd spindle speed override signals SOV30 - ...

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    557 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Signal name Symbol TMG531.2 Linear inclination compensation parameter change demand signal TCHG ○○G531.3 Dual position feedback turning mode selection signal HBTRN ○○G531.4 Inter-path flexible synchronous mode select signal Advanced superimposition si...

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    558 9 B-64487EN/03Address Signal name Symbol TMF003.0 Incremental feed selection check signal MINC ○○F003.1 Manual handle feed selection check signalMH ○○F003.2 Jog feed selection check signal MJ ○○F003.3 Manual data input selection check signal MMDI ○○F003.4 DNC operation selec...

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    559 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Signal name Symbol TMF045.6 Torque limit signals (serial spindle) TLMA ○○F045.7 Orientation completion signals (serial spindle) ORARA ○○F046.0 Power line switch signals (serial spindle) CHPA ○○F046.1 Spindle switch completion signals (serial spind...

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    560 9 B-64487EN/03Address Signal name Symbol TMF061.0 B axis unclamp signal BUCLP -○F061.1 B axis clamp signal BCLP -○F061.3 Hard copy execution status signal HCEXE ○○F061.4 Manual tool compensation uncompleted signal MTLANG ○-F061.5 Manual tool compensation completion signal MTLA ○...

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    561 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Signal name Symbol TMF077.6 Software operator’s panel signal (RT) RTO ○○F078 Software operator’s panel signal (*FV0 to *FV7) *FV0O - *FV7O ○○F079,F080 Software operator’s panel signal (*JV0 to *JV15) *JV0O - *JV15O ○○F081.0,F081.2, F081.4,F0...

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    562 9 B-64487EN/03Address Signal name Symbol TMF116 Floating reference position return end signals FRP1 - FRP8 ○○F118 Synchronous/composite/superimposed control under way signals SYN1O - SYN8O○○F120 Reference position establishment signals ZRF1 - ZRF8 ○○F122 High-speed skip status s...

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    563 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Signal name Symbol TMF137.2 Auxiliary function 2nd strobe signals (PMC axis control) EMF2C ○○F137.3 Auxiliary function 3rd strobe signals (PMC axis control) EMF3C ○○F138,F148 Auxiliary function code signals (PMC axis control) EM11C - EM48C○○F139.0...

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    564 9 B-64487EN/03Address Signal name Symbol TMF184 Unexpected disturbance torque detection signal ABDT1 - ABDT8○○F190 Torque control mode signal (PMC axis control) TRQM1 - TRQM8○○F193.0 Processing mode check signal PRS ○○F197.0 - F197.3 Flexible synchronization control mode status ...

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    565 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Signal name Symbol TMF292.3 Interference check area change completion signal ITED ○○F293,F294 High-speed position switch signals HPS01 - HPS16 ○○F295.6 Dual display forcible end status signal C2SENO ○○F295.7 Key control selection status signal CNC...

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    566 9 B-64487EN/03Address Signal name Symbol TMF514,F515 Call program confirmation signal MCEX1 - MCEX16 ○○F516 Position feedback check signals MSEMI1 - MSEMI8 ○○F517.0 - F517.7 Reference position match signals RP11 - RP18 ○○F518.0 - F518.7 2nd reference position match signals RP21 ...

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    567 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) 9.2 LIST OF ADDRESSES Expression of signals Address Symbol (#0 to #7 indicates bit position) #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 OP SA STLSPL RWDFn000 SA STLSPL RWD For an item common to both lathe and machining center systems, if there is any signal effective to eith...

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    568 9 B-64487EN/03MT → CNC Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 X0000 X0001 X0002 X0003 ESKIP-MIT2#1 +MIT2#1 -MIT1#1 +MIT1#1 X0004 T series SKIP #1 SKIP6 #1SKIP5 #1SKIP4 #1SKIP3 #1SKIP2 #1SKIP8 #1SKIP7 #1 ...

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    569 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) PMC → CNC Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn000 ED7#P ED6#PED5#PED4#PED3#PED2#PED1#PED0#P Gn001 ED15#P ED14#PED13#PED12#PED11#PED10#PED9#PED8#P Gn002 ESTB#P EA6#PEA5#PEA4#PEA3#PEA2#PEA1#PEA0#P Gn003 Gn004 M...

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    570 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn029 *SSTP#PSOR#PSAR#PGR32#SP GR31#SP GR22#SP GR21#SP Gn030 SOV7#P SOV6#P SOV5#PSOV4#PSOV3#PSOV2#PSOV1#PSOV0#PGn031 PKESS2#P PKESS1#P GR42#SP GR41#SPM3R#P Gn032 R08I#SP R07I#SPR06I#SPR05I#SPR04I#SPR03I#SPR02I#SPR...

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    571 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn057 UI031#P UI030#P UI029#PUI028#PUI027#PUI026#PUI025#PUI024#P Gn058 EXOUT#P EXSTP#P EXINP#P Gn059 NSYNCA#P TRRTN#PTRESC#P *TSB#P Gn060 RGTSP4#SP RGTSP3#SPRGTSP2#SPRGT...

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    572 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn085 Gn086 -Ja#P+Ja#P-Jg#P+Jg#P Gn087 MP42#P MP41#P MP32#PMP31#P MP22#PMP21#P Gn088 HS4ID#P HS4IC#P HS4IB#P HS4IA#P Gn089 G2SLC#P G2Y#PG2Z#PG2X#P G2RVY#P G2RVZ#P...

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    573 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn115 Gn116 *-L8#SV *-L7#SV*-L6#SV*-L5#SV*-L4#SV*-L3#SV*-L2#SV*-L1#SV Gn117 Gn118 *+ED8#SV *+ED7#SV*+ED6#SV*+ED5#SV*+ED4#SV*+ED3#SV*+ED2#SV*+ED1#SV Gn119 ...

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    574 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn144 EIF7A#PX EIF6A#PX EIF5A#PX EIF4A#PX EIF3A#PX EIF2A#PX EIF1A#PX EIF0A#PX Gn145 EIF15A#PX EIF14A#PX EIF13A#PX EIF12A#PX EIF11A#PX EIF10A#PX EIF9A#PX EIF8A#PX Gn146 EID7A#PX EID6A#PX EID5A#PX EID4A#PX EID3A#PX EID2A...

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    575 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn174 EOVCC#PX Gn175 *EFOV7C#PX *EROV7C#PX *EFOV6C#PX*EROV6C#PX*EFOV5C#PX*EROV5C#PX*EFOV4C#PX*EROV4C#PX*EFOV3C#PX*EROV3C#PX*EFOV2C#PX*EROV2C#PX*EFOV1C#PX*EROV1C#PX*EFOV0C#PX*EROV0C#PX Gn176 ...

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    576 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn203 PWFL AOFS2#P AOFS1#P CHGAO#P ESTPR#P FTCLR FTCAL FTCMD Gn204 MRDYC#SP ORCMC#SPSFRC#SP SRVC#SP CTH1C#SP CTH2C#SP TLMHC#SP TLMLC#SP Gn205 RCHC#SP RSLC#SP INTGC#SP SOCNC#SP MCFNC#SP SPSLC#SP*ESPC#SPARSTC#SP ...

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    577 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn275 Gn276 UI107#P UI106#P UI105#PUI104#PUI103#PUI102#PUI101#PUI100#P Gn277 UI115#P UI114#P UI113#PUI112#PUI111#PUI110#PUI109#PUI108#P Gn278 UI123#P UI122#P UI121#PUI120#PUI119#PUI118#PUI1...

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    578 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn304 CSYCA#SP Gn305 Gn306 Gn307 Gn308 CSYCB#SP Gn309 Gn310 Gn311 Gn312 CSYCC#SP ...

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    579 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn333 Gn334 Gn335 Gn336 Gn337 Gn338 Gn339 Gn340 SLRER#P SLREF#P Gn341 *+ED48#SV...

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    580 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn379 HS5ID#P HS5IC#P HS5IB#P HS5IA#P HS5D#PHS5C#PHS5B#PHS5A#P Gn380 MP52#PMP51#P Gn381 AUTPHD#P AUTPHC#P AUTPHB#P AUTPHA#Pto Gn395 Gn396 Gn397 ...

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    581 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn420 Gn421 Gn422 Gn423 Gn424 Gn425 Gn426 Gn427 Gn428 Gn42...

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    582 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn449 Gn450 to Gn512 MCST8#P MCST7#PMCST6#PMCST5#PMCST4#PMCST3#PMCST2#PMCST1#P Gn513 MCST16#P MCST15#P MCST14#P MCST13#P MCST12#P MCST11#P MCST10#PMCST9#P Gn514 MCFIN#P ...

  • Page 610

    583 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Gn537 to Gn544 MHLC5#PMHLC4#PMHLC3#PMHLC2#PMHLC1#P Gn545 MHUS5#PMHUS4#PMHUS3#PMHUS2#PMHUS1#P Gn546 GQSMC#P OFNC5#POFNC4#POFNC3#POFNC2#POFNC1#POFNC0#P ONSC Gn547 ...

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    584 9 B-64487EN/03CNC → PMC Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn000 OP#P SA#PSTL#PSPL#P RWD#P Fn001 MA#P TAP#PENB#SPDEN#PBAL#PRST#PAL#P Fn002 MDRN#P CUT#P SRNMV#PTHRD#PCSS#PRPDO#P INCH#P Fn003 MEDT#P MMEM#P MRMT#P MMDI#PMJ#PMH#PMINC#P Fn004 ...

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    585 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn028 T23#P T22#PT21#PT20#PT19#PT18#PT17#PT16#P Fn029 T31#P T30#PT29#PT28#PT27#PT26#PT25#PT24#P Fn030 B07#P B06#PB05#PB04#PB03#PB02#PB01#PB00#P Fn031 B15#P B14#PB13#PB12#PB11#PB10#PB09#PB08#P ...

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    586 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn057 UO115#P UO114#P UO113#P UO112#P UO111#P UO110#P UO109#P UO108#P Fn058 UO123#P UO122#P UO121#P UO120#P UO119#P UO118#P UO117#P UO116#P Fn059 UO131#P UO130#P UO129#P UO128#P UO127#P UO126#P UO125#P UO124#P ...

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    587 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn084 EUO07#P EUO06#P EUO05#P EUO04#P EUO03#P EUO02#P EUO01#P EUO00#P Fn085 EUO15#P EUO14#P EUO13#P EUO12#P EUO11#P EUO10#P EUO09#P EUO08#P Fn086 Fn087 Fn088 ...

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    588 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn114 TRQL8#SV TRQL7#SVTRQL6#SVTRQL5#SVTRQL4#SVTRQL3#SVTRQL2#SVTRQL1#SV Fn115 Fn116 FRP8#SV FRP7#SV FRP6#SV FRP5#SV FRP4#SV FRP3#SV FRP2#SV FRP1#SV Fn117 Fn118 SYN80#SV SYN70#SVSYN...

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    589 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn144 Fn145 EM48B#PX EM44B#PXEM42B#PXEM41B#PXEM38B#PXEM34B#PXEM32B#PXEM31B#PX Fn146 Fn147 Fn148 EM48C#PX EM44C#PX EM42C#PX EM41C#PX EM38C#PX EM34C#PX EM32C#PX EM...

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    590 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn174 Fn175 Fn176 Fn177 Fn178 Fn179 Fn180 CLRCH8#SV CLRCH7#SVCLRCH6#SVCLRCH5#SVCLRCH4#SVCLRCH3#SVCLRCH2#SVCLRCH1#SV ...

  • Page 618

    591 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn204 R08O3#SP R07O3#SPR06O3#SPR05O3#SPR04O3#SPR03O3#SPR02O3#SPR01O3#SP Fn205 R12O3#SPR11O3#SPR10O3#SPR09O3#SP Fn206 AR073#SP AR063#SPAR053#SPAR043#SPAR033#SPAR023#SPAR013#SPAR003#SP Fn207 AR153...

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    592 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn278 Fn279 Fn280 UO207#P UO206#P UO205#P UO204#P UO203#P UO202#P UO201#P UO200#P Fn281 UO215#P UO214#P UO213#P UO212#P UO211#P UO210#P UO209#P UO208#P Fn282 UO223#P UO222#P UO221#...

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    593 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn307 Fn308 Fn309 Fn310 Fn311 Fn312 Fn313 Fn314 Fn315 TLMEM#P TMFNFD#P TLMOT...

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    594 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn336 Fn337 Fn338 Fn339 Fn340 Fn341 SYCM8#SV SYCM7#SV SYCM6#SV SYCM5#SV SYCM4#SV SYCM3#SV SYCM2#SV SYCM1#SV Fn342 SYCS8#SV SYCS7#SVSY...

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    595 9 SIGNAL LIST (X/Y, G/F) Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn405 Fn406 Fn407 Fn408 Fn409 Fn410 Fn411 Fn412 Fn413 Fn41...

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    596 9 B-64487EN/03Address Bit number 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Fn524 Fn525 SSYO4#SP SSYO3#SP SSYO2#SP SSYO1#SP SGNO4#SP SGNO3#SP SGNO2#SP SGNO1#SPto Fn531 DVCPR#PTDIACK TDICHK MMDISL FTCHG Fn532 SYNO8#SV SYNO7#SV SYNO6#SV SYNO5#SV SYNO4#SV SYNO3#SV SYNO2#SV S...

  • Page 624

    597 10 PMC 10.1 OPERATING THE PMC SCREEN The basic configuration of the PMC screen is described below. Screen title [+]Soft key page turning key Return key Message display lineKey entry lineNC status indicationLadder executionstatus PMC alarmNC program numberPMC path • Screen title: Displays...

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    598 10 B-64487EN/0310.1.1 Transition of the PMC Screens PMC MAINTE STATUS I/O DEVICE PMC ALARMI/O TIMER COUNTR KEEP RELAYDATA TRACE TRACE SETINGLIST LADDER TITLE CONFIG PARAMSETING PMC STATUSSYSTEM PARAMMODULE SYMBOL MESAGE ONLINE PMC LADDER PMC CONFIG < < < Signal status screenI/...

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    599 10 PMC 10.2 PMC DIAGNOSIS/MAINTENANCE SCREEN ([PMC MAINTE]) [PMC MAINTE] displays a screen related to PMC maintenance. PMC MAINTE STATUS I/O DEVICE PMC ALARMI/O TIMER COUNTR KEEP RELAYDATA TRACE TRACE SETING< Signal status screenI/O device monitor screen PMC alarm screen Data I/O scree...

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    600 10 B-64487EN/03 Soft keys on the Signal Status screen ([OPRT] soft key)Switching to display in decimal Switching to display in hexadecimal Address search PMC path switching Switching to the forced I/O screen Soft keys on the SIGNAL STATUS screen 10.2.2 Checking PMC Alarms ([PMC ALARM]...

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    601 10 PMC Comment display mode In the PRESET column, when the timer accuracy is 8, 48, 1, 10, or 100 msec, only a numeric value is displayed. When the timer accuracy is the second or minute, a time value is displayed using H, M, and S with the separator "_" used to delimit one unit ...

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    602 10 B-64487EN/0310.2.4 Setting and Displaying Counter Values ([COUNTR] Screen) This screen is used to set and display the maximum and minimum counter values for functional instruction counters (CTR: SUB 5). This screen can be used in one of two modes: the simple display mode and the comment ...

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    603 10 PMC 10.2.5 Setting and Displaying Keep Relays ([KEEP RELAY] Screen) This screen is used for setting and displaying the Keep Relays. Since Keep Relay is nonvolatile memory, the contents are not lost even if you turn off the power. The Keep Relay area consists of parts as follows. 1st to ...

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    604 10 B-64487EN/03 #7 #6 #5#4#3#2#1#0K901 EDTENBL [Data type] Bit EDTENBL Editing permit (*) 0 : The sequence program is inhibited from being changed. 1 : The sequence program is allowed to be changed. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3#2 #1#0 K902 PROTPRM HIDEPRMALLWSTOPFROM-WRT [Data type] Bit FR...

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    605 10 PMC NOTE Using the override function requires setting "Memory write permit" (K900.4). IOGRPSEL IO GROUP SELECTION screen (*) 0 : The selectable I/O Link assignment function setting screen is not displayed. 1 : The selectable I/O Link assignment function setting screen is displ...

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    606 10 B-64487EN/03 Example: A0.0 0 × 8 + 0 = 0 A249.7 249 × 8 + 7 = 1999 K918 Message shift amount (LOW) K919 Message shift amount (HIGH) Message shift amount (*) [Valid data range] 1 to 9999 This area is used to specify the message shift amount value (word type) by converti...

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    607 10 PMC #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#0K925 Group 15 Group 14 Group 13 Group 12 Group 11 Group 10 Group 9Group 8 [Data type] Bit Groups 8 to 15 For the selectable I/O Link assignment function, whether to enable or disable assignment of groups 8 to 15 to addresses X/Y400 to X/Y527 is specified. 0 : Assi...

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    608 10 B-64487EN/03 #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#0K932 Group 7 Group 6 Group 5 Group 4 Group 3 Group 2 Group 1 Group 0 [Data type] Bit Groups 0 to 7 For the selectable I/O Link i assignment function, whether to enable or disable assignment of groups 0 to 7 to channel 2 is specified. 0 : Assignment of eac...

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    609 10 PMC Comment display mode NOTE The data table control parameters have the following meanings: #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#0 #0 0 : Binary format 1 : BCD format (Bits 2 and 3 are invalid.) #1 0 : Without input protection 1 : With input protection #2 0 : Binary or BCD format (Bit 0 i...

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    610 10 B-64487EN/03(2) DATA TABLE screen ([ZOOM] screen) Clicking the [ZOOM] soft key on the data table control data screen displays the data table setting screen. This screen can be used in one of three modes: the simple display mode, the comment display mode, and the bit display mode. Simpl...

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    611 10 PMC (3) EXTRA RELAY CONTROL screen ([LIST] screen) This screen is displayed by pressing the [EXTRA RELAY] soft key on the DATA TABLE CONTROL screen. This screen can be operated in the same way as the DATA TABLE CONTROL screen. For details of the operation, see "(1) DATA TABLE CONTR...

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    612 10 B-64487EN/03Sequence programs, PMC parameters, multi-language PMC message data, trace setting data, and I/O configuration data can be written to the specified device, read from the specified device, and compared. Setting (1) Set the desired PMC. [PMC] (2) Set the desired device. [DEVI...

  • Page 640

    613 10 PMC (4) [CANCEL] Cancellation Cancels execution. Upon normal termination, the display of this soft key disappears. (5) [NEW NAME] Creating a new file name Searches through the memory card or floppy and creates a new, unused file name. This soft key is displayed if writing to a memory ...

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    614 10 B-64487EN/03Displayed type and true type of I/O Units (for I/O Link) Displayed I/O Unit IDTrue I/O Unit I/O LINK ADAPTER 8B I/O Link adapter ROBOT CONTROLLER 52 Controller for robot OPERATOR PANEL 95 I/O for Series 0 LASER OSCILLATOR 97 Laser Oscillator FIXED I/O TYPE A 98 I/O for Robot ...

  • Page 642

    615 10 PMC 10.2.9 Signal Trace Function ([TRACE] Screen) SIGNAL TRACE screen (initial screen) Before trace operation can be executed, the trace parameters must be set. Press the [TRACE SETING] soft key to switch the screen display to the trace parameter setting screen. By setting the PMC setti...

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    616 10 B-64487EN/03(c) SAMPLING/ TIME This parameter is displayed when "TIME CYCLE" is set on "SAMPLING/ MODE". The execution time of trace is inputted. (d) SAMPLING/ FRAME This parameter is displayed when "SIGNAL TRANSITION" is set on SAMPLING/ MODE". The nu...

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    617 10 PMC Trace parameter setting screen (second page) (a) Setting addresses In case of inputting discrete bit addresses, any bit address can be inputted. Moreover, when you input byte address, all bits of the address (bits 0 to 7) are set automatically. Maximum 32 points of signal address ca...

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    618 10 B-64487EN/03 Execution of trace screen (TIME CYCLE mode) Ending a trace A trace ends when the trace stop conditions set on the trace parameter setting screen are satisfied. You can interrupt a trace by pressing the [STOP] soft key. Checking the trace results When a trace ends, you can c...

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    619 10 PMC 10.2.12 Monitoring the Network Communication Status and the PMC Signal Status ([I/O DGN] Screen) The network configuration and the communication status can be monitored. Also, the status of the signals of the PMC with symbols and comments defined can also be monitored at the same time...

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    620 10 B-64487EN/03(d) Status: the status of communication “OK” or “NG” is displayed. (6) REMARK The remarks for the address to be monitored are displayed. The remarks up to 8 characters extracted from comment data are displayed. (7) Additional information window In this window, symb...

  • Page 648

    621 10 PMC (8) FUNCTIONAL INSTRUCTION DATA TABLE EDITOR screen (9) SUBPROGRAM LIST VIEWER screen You can change between screens as shown in the figure below. [SWITCH]Edit Function [LIST][EXIT][ZOOM]PROGRAM LIST EDITOR screen LADDER DIAGRAM EDITOR screen NET EDITOR screen[CREATE NET][ZOOM][LIS...

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    622 10 B-64487EN/03(3) Ladder preview The ladder diagram of the subprogram indicated by the cursor in the program list is displayed in the ladder display area on the right of the screen. If you wish to operate on the ladder diagram, you must switch to the LADDER DIAGRAM MONITOR screen. 10.3.2...

  • Page 650

    623 10 PMC (c) [DATA TABLE] Go to FUNCTIONAL INSTRUCTION DATA TABLE VIEWER screen Goes to FUNCTIONAL INSTRUCTION DATA TABLE VIEWER screen to examine contents of Data Table of functional instructions such as COD (SUB 7) and CODB (SUB 27), which have Data Table in themselves. This soft key appears...

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    624 10 B-64487EN/03 COLLECTIVE MONITOR screen (initial screen) (1) Operations using the soft keys (a) [LIST] Calling PROGRAM LIST VIEWER screen. Calls PROGRAM LIST VIEWER screen. (b) [PICKUP] Picking up ladder nets. Picks up ladder nets with coil which you want to monitor, on COLLECTIVE MONITO...

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    625 10 PMC (f) [DELETE ALL] Erases to display a ladder diagram net on the screen. (all nets) Erases to display ladder diagram nets (all net) which is picked up on COLLECTIVE MONITOR screen. (g) [SCREEN SETING] Screen settings. Calling the setting screen for COLLECTIVE MONITOR screen. You can cha...

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    626 10 B-64487EN/03(l) [ADDRES MAP] Display the address map display screen Displays the address map display screen to view references of addresses in use. (m) [UPDATE] Make changes effective Reflects the results of the editing operations executed thus far in the ladder program under execution....

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    627 10 PMC (d) [] Erase relays and functional instructions Erases relays and functional instructions under cursor. (e) [], [] Draw and erase vertical connection If the arrow of a soft key is displayed as a solid line, [] or [], pressing the soft key causes a vertical connection line to be draw...

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    628 10 B-64487EN/03 PROGRAM LIST EDITOR screen A preview of the editor screen for the ladder program currently positioned by the cursor on the program list is displayed on the right of the screen. (1) Operations using the soft keys (a) [ZOOM] Display the contents of program Goes to LADDER DIAGR...

  • Page 656

    629 10 PMC Address and Instruction number display areaNet number display areaData continuation mark (lower)Additional information display lineData continuation mark (upper) Soft keys on the Duplicate coil check screen Searching of a PMC address or a Functional instructionJump to a duplicatio...

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    630 10 B-64487EN/0310.4.1 Displaying and Editing Title Data ([TITLE] Screens) 10.4.1.1 PMC title data display screen You can check the title data items and some ladder information items. Memory size used by each data itemScan time PMC type and PMC memory typePMC system software series ...

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    631 10 PMC • TITLE: Message file title information • AVAILABLE LANGUAGE: List of language IDs included in a message file • MEMORY USED: Memory use status of a message file 10.4.2 Displaying and Editing Symbol and Comment Data ([SYMBOL] Screens) The display and operation of symbol a...

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    632 10 B-64487EN/03Symbol and comment list display areaSymbol and Comment detail display Extended symbol and comment displaying screen (Details mode) You can also display data in address order. 10.4.3 Displaying and Editing Message Data ([MESAGE] Screens) On the MESSAGE DATA VIEWER screen, y...

  • Page 660

    633 10 PMC Address GroupBaseSlotAllocation nameChannel number 10.4.5 Displaying and Editing PMC Settings ([SETING] Screens) There are following four setting parameter screens. • PMC SETTING (GENERAL) screen • PMC SETTING (MESSGE SHIFT) screen • PMC SETTING (SELECTABLE I/O) screen • PMC...

  • Page 661

    634 10 B-64487EN/03(1) PMC SETTING GENERAL screen On the PMC SETTING (GENERAL) screen, set parameters that specify the use condition of each PMC function. (a) TRACE START (K906.5) (effective to the first path only) MANUAL: Executes the trace function by operating the corresponding soft key ...

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    635 10 PMC (m) PROGRAMMER ENABLE (K900.1) NO: Disables embedded programmer. YES: Enables embedded programmer. (n) I/O CONF EDIT ENABLE (K907.0) (effective to the first path only) NO: Prevents editing of I/O configuration data. YES: Allows editing of I/O configuration data. (o) REGISTER I/O DEVIC...

  • Page 663

    636 10 B-64487EN/03 You can set as many sets of these parameters as the number of available I/O Link channels. (a) EFFECTIVE GROUP SELECTION (Channel 1: K920 and K921, Channel 2: K922 and K923, Channel 3: K924 and K925, Channel 4: K926 and K927) You can select effective I/O group in I/O link ...

  • Page 664

    637 10 PMC (iii) Move the cursor to the "RS-232C" item with Up or Down Cursor key. (iv) Select "USE" with Left or Right Cursor key. (b) Case of connection by Ethernet (FANUC LADDER-III, Ladder Editing Package) You need to set Ethernet parameters on the CNC screen in advance....

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    638 10 B-64487EN/03 Use the [EDIT] soft key to switch to the editing screen and make settings. (2) SYSTEM PARAMETER screen (Page 2/3) Display and set parameters for using an FS0 operator's panel. Use the [EDIT] soft key to switch to the editing screen and make settings. • FS0 OPERATOR PA...

  • Page 666

    639 10 PMC Use the [EDIT] soft key to switch to the editing screen and make settings. • ENABLE SELECTION Specify whether to enable or disable the I/O Link allocation selection function, with "YES/NO". • BASIC GROUP COUNT Set a number of groups that is always effective no matter...

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    640 10 B-64487EN/03 G/F addressesPMC Help messageKey input Message display line CNC-PMC interface blocks PMC CONFIGRATION PARAMETER (CNC-PMC INTERFACE) screen (1) CNC-PMC INTERFACE Displays the number of each CNC-PMC interface block. BLOCK 1: G0000 to G0768/F0000 to F0768 viewed from the C...

  • Page 668

    641 10 PMC (1) I/O LINK CH Displays I/O Link channel numbers. (2) PMC Displays each PMC. PMC1: First PMC PMC2: Second PMC PMC3: Third PMC PMC4: Fourth PMC PMC5: Fifth PMC PMCDCS: Dual check safety ladder (3) X/Y ADDRESS Set the start X/Y addresses. (4) Help message A help message fo...

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    642 10 B-64487EN/03Operation with soft keys Move the priority down Move the priority up Set the execution ratios automaticallyInitialize Move to the PMC CONFIGRATION PARAMETER (MENU) screenSoft keys for setting execution priorities on the LADDER EXECUTION screen 10.4.9.5 PMC MEMORY SETTI...

  • Page 670

    643 10 PMC [<] [<] [I/O LINKI] [PMC CONFIG] [EDIT END] [EDIT]Monitor Function Editor function [TITLE]I/O CONFIGURATION VIEWER (I/O Link i SLOT SETTING) SCREEN I/O CONFIGURATION VIEWER (I/O Link i GROUP SETTING) SCREENI/O CONFIGURATION VIEWER (I/O Link i SELECTABLE I/O) SCREENI/O ...

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    644 10 B-64487EN/03 Description of attributes SAFETY: Displays the safety I/O mode for each group. Safety I/O mode Display Ordinary I/O (initial state) -- Safety I/O for DCSPMC DCSPMC Safety I/O for PMC1, PMC2, and PMC3PMC HIGH: Displays the transfer cycle for each group. Transfer cycle Display...

  • Page 672

    645 10 PMC Title information display area 10.4.10.4 Setting enabled groups of I/O Link i assignment data (assignment selection function) On the I/O CONFIGRATION VIEWER (I/O Link i SELECTABLE I/O) screen, you can select I/O Link i groups specifically connected to each machine. On this screen, t...

  • Page 673

    646 10 B-64487EN/0310.5 FUNCTIONAL INSTRUCTIONS 10.5.1 List of Functional Instructions Table 10.5.1 (a) Functional instructions for PMCs for the Series 30i/31i/32i-B (arranged in sequence of instruction group) : Usable●: Extended PMC Ladder Instruction FunctionΔ: Executed as NOP instruction...

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    647 10 PMC 24 DSLEB 256 Searching data from table (≦) (1 byte length) ● ●25 DSLEW 257 Searching data from table (≦) (2 bytes length)● ●26 DSLED 258 Searching data from table (≦) (4 bytes length)● ●27 DMAXB 259 Maximum data (1 byte length) ● ●28 DMAXW 260 Maximum data (2 byt...

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    648 10 B-64487EN/0330 ROLW 286 Bit rotation left (2 bytes length) ● ●31 ROLD 287 Bit rotation left (4 bytes length) ● ●32 ROLN 288 Bit rotation left (arbitrary bytes length) ● ●33 RORB 289 Bit rotation right (1 byte length) ● ●34 RORW 290 Bit rotation right (2 bytes length) ● ...

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    649 10 PMC 24 MODSW 332 Remainder (2 bytes length) ● ●25 MODSD 333 Remainder (4 bytes length) ● ●26 INCSB 334 Increment (1 byte length) ● ●27 INCSW 335 Increment (2 bytes length) ● ●28 INCSD 336 Increment (4 bytes length) ● ●29 DECSB 337 Decrement (1 byte length) ● ●30 DE...

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    650 10 B-64487EN/03NOTE 1 This PMC is used for the dual check safety function (option). 2 These instructions are intended to maintain source-level compatibility with programs for conventional models. They are treated as a NOP instruction (instruction that performs no operation). 3 The 3rd level...

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    651 10 PMC (2) Fixed counter SUB 56 CTRB ○○○○○○○○W1(Countup) Counter number: Memory type B (1 to 100)Memory type A (1 to 20) CN0 UPDOWN RST ACT Preset value (3) Counter SUB 55 CTRC ○○○○○○○○W1(Countup) Counter preset value address CN0 UPDOWN RST ACT ...

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    652 10 B-64487EN/03(5) Logical product transfer ACT SUB 8 MOVE ○○○○○○○○○○○○○○○○Input data address Output address High-order 4-bit logical multiplication dataLow-order 4-bit logical multiplication data (6) Data transfer after logical sum ACT SUB 28 MOVOR ...

  • Page 680

    653 10 PMC (11) Data exchang (1 bytes length, 2 bytes length, 4 bytes length) SUB 228 XCHGB ○○○○○○○○ Address 1 Address 2 ACT W1 Example: XCHGB instruction (1 byte length) W1 may be omitted. An other functional instruction can be connected instead of a coil. (12) Data swap (...

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    654 10 B-64487EN/03W1 may be omitted. An other functional instruction can be connected instead of a coil. (3) Writing data to table (1 bytes length, 2 bytes length, 4 bytes length) SUB 237 TBLWB ○○○○○○○○○○○○○○○○ Number of data (constant) Table top address Wri...

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    655 10 PMC W1 may be omitted. An other functional instruction can be connected instead of a coil. 10.5.2.5 Comparison (1) 1 byte length signed binary comparison (=) ACT SUB 200 EQB ○○○○○○○○Comparison data 1 (constant or address) Comparison data 2 (constant or address) W1 (0...

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    656 10 B-64487EN/03(10) 1 byte length signed binary comparison (<) ACT Comparison data 1 (constant or address) Comparison data 2 (constant or address) SUB 209 LTB ○○○○○○○○W1 (0: [Comparison data 1] ≥ [Comparison data 2]) (1: [Comparison data 1] < [Comparison data 2]) ...

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    657 10 PMC (20) 2 bytes length signed binary comparison (range) ACT Comparison data 1 (constant or address) Comparison data 2 (constant or address) SUB 219 RNGW ○○○○○○○○○○○○W1 (1: [Comparison data 1] ≤ [Input data] ≤ [Comparison data 2] or [Comparison data 2] ≤ ...

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    658 10 B-64487EN/03(2) Falling edge detection SUB 58 DIFD ○○○○ACT OUT (Falling edge detection)Falling edge number: Memory type B (1 to 1000) Memory type A (1 to 256) (3) Exclusive OR ACT SUB 59 EOR □00□○○○○○○○○○○○○Format specification Address o...

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    659 10 PMC (7) Parity check SUB 11 PARI ○○○○ W1(1: Error) Check data address O.E RST ACT O.E = 0: Odd-parity error check, 1: Even-parity error check (8) Shift register SUB 33 SFT ○○○○W1 (Shifted-out) Address of shift data DIR CONT RST ACT DIR = 0: Left-direction sh...

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    660 10 B-64487EN/03W1 may be omitted. An other functional instruction can be connected instead of a coil. (13) Bit shift left (1 byte length, 2 bytes length, 4 bytes length) SUB 277 SHLB ○○○○○○○○○○○○ Shifting source data (address or constant)Number of shift bits (add...

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    661 10 PMC W1 may be omitted. An other functional instruction can be connected instead of a coil. (19) Bit rotation right (1 byte length, 2 bytes length, 4 bytes length) SUB 289 RORB ○○○○○○○○○○○○ Rotation source data (address or constant) Number of rotation bits (addr...

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    662 10 B-64487EN/03W1 may be omitted. An other functional instruction can be connected instead of a coil. (25) Bit test (1 byte length, 2 bytes length, 4 bytes length) SUB 301 BTSTB ○○○○○○○○ Data address Bit position (address or constant)ACT W1 Example: BTSTB instruction (1 ...

  • Page 690

    663 10 PMC (30) Bit count (arbitrary bytes length) SUB 312 BCNTN ○○○○○○○○○○○○ Data size (constant) Data top address ON-Bit count output address ACT W1 W1 may be omitted. An other functional instruction can be connected instead of a coil. 10.5.2.7 Code conversion (1) ...

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    664 10 B-64487EN/03[Format specification] • Basic specification 1: 1 byte, 2: 2 bytes, 4: 4 bytes • Extended specification 0 n n x nn→ The multiple decoding number setting 00-01: It decodes 8 continuous numbers. The decode result output address needs a memory of 1 byte length. 02-99...

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    665 10 PMC 10.5.2.8 Operation instruction (1) Binary addition SUB 36 ADDB ○○○○○○○○○○○○○○○○W1 (1: Error) Augend address Addend data (address or constant) Result output address RST ACT Format specification [Format specification] X 0 0 Y X → 0: Addition dat...

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    666 10 B-64487EN/03(5) BCD addition SUB 19 ADD ○○○○○○○○○○○○○W1 (1: Error) Addend format (0: Constant, 1: Address) Multiplicand address Multiplier data (address or constant)Result output address BYT RST ACT BYT = 0: BCD two digits long. 1: BCD four digits long (6...

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    667 10 PMC (10) Definition of BCD constants BYT = 0: BCD two digits long, 1: BCD four digits long BYT SUB 23 NUME ○○○○○○○○Constant Constant output addressACT (11) Addition (1 byte length, 2 bytes length, 4 bytes length) SUB 319 ADDSB ○○○○ ○○○○ ○○○...

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    668 10 B-64487EN/03W1 may be omitted. An other functional instruction can be connected instead of a coil. (16) Increment (1 byte length, 2 bytes length, 4 bytes length) Example: INCSB instruction (1 byte length) SUB 334 INCSB ○○○○ Data address ACT W1 W1 may be omitted. An other fun...

  • Page 696

    669 10 PMC [Operation output register] #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#0R9000 E E: WINDR error (4) Writing of CNC window data SUB 52 WINDW ○○○○ACT W1 (Process completion) Control data address [Operation output register] #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#0R9000 E E: WINDR error (5) PMC axis con...

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    670 10 B-64487EN/03(5) Label jump 1 SUB 68 JMPB ○○○○ ACT (L1 to L9999) Label number of the jump destination (6) Label jump 2 SUB 73 JMPC ○○○○ ACT (L1 to L9999) Label number of the jump destination (7) Label Label number (L1 to L9999) SUB 69 LBL ○○○○ (8) Co...

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    671 10 PMC (17) Case call The combination of one CS, one or more CM and one CE is used to construct a case call block. SUB 74 CS ○○○○Case number (Signed integer in 2 bytes length) (18) Sub program call in case call The combination of one CS, one or more CM and one CE is used to con...

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    672 10 B-64487EN/03Instruction name SUB No. Processing 1st to 5th PMCsDCS PMC(Note1)DCNV 14 Data conversion COMP 15 BCD comparison COIN 16 Coincidence check DSCH 17 BCD data search XMOV 18 BCD index modification data transfer ADD 19 BCD addition SUB 20 BCD subtraction MUL 21 BCD multipli...

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    673 10 PMC Instruction name SUB No. Processing 1st to 5th PMCsDCS PMC(Note1)JMPC 73 Label jump 2 CS 74 Case call CM 75 Sub program call in case call CE 76 End of case call TMRBF 77 Fixed OFF delay timer FNC90 90 Arbitrary-function instruction 1 Δ Δ FNC91 91 Arbitrary-function instructio...

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    674 10 B-64487EN/03Instruction name SUB No. Processing 1st to 5th PMCsDCS PMC(Note1)DSNEB 244 Searching data from table (≠) (1 byte length) ● ● DSNEW 245 Searching data from table (≠) (2 bytes length) ● ● DSNED 246 Searching data from table (≠) (4 bytes length) ● ● DSGTB 247 S...

  • Page 702

    675 10 PMC Instruction name SUB No. Processing 1st to 5th PMCsDCS PMC(Note1)BTSTN 304 Bit test (arbitrary bytes length) ● ● BPOSB 305 Bit search (1 byte length) ● ● BPOSW 306 Bit search (2 bytes length) ● ● BPOSD 307 Bit search (4 bytes length) ● ● BPOSN 308 Bit search (arbitrary...

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    676 10 B-64487EN/0310.6 I/O MODULE ASSIGNMENT NAMES (I/O Link) Table 10.6 Assignment name I/O device name Assignment name (actual module name)Occupied addressID32A (AID32A1) 4 bytes for input ID32B (AID32B1) 4 bytes for input ID32H (AID32H1)4 bytes for input ID16C (AID16C) 2 bytes for input ID1...

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    677 10 PMC Table 10.6 Assignment name I/O device name Assignment name (actual module name)Occupied address12 bytes for input 12 bytes for output 16 bytes for input 16 bytes for output 20 bytes for input 20 bytes for output 24 bytes for input 24 bytes for output 28 bytes for input 28 bytes for ou...

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    678 10 B-64487EN/03Table 10.6 Assignment name I/O device name Assignment name (actual module name)Occupied addressCM03I 3 bytes for input CM06I 6 bytes for input CM09I 9 bytes for input CM12I 12 bytes for input CM13I 13 bytes for input CM14I 14 bytes for input CM15I 15 bytes for input CM16I 16 ...

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    679 11 ETHERNET 11.1 OVERVIEW The configuration of this chapter is as follows: • Section 11.2, “ETHERNET MOUNTING LOCATIONS” The mounting locations of the Embedded Ethernet and Ethernet optional board are described. • Section 11.3, “LIST OF ETHERNET-RELATED SCREENS” A list of scree...

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    680 11 B-64487EN/0311.3.2 File Operation (PROG Key) Embedded Ethernet Host file list screen EMB ETHER DTSVRDTSVR HOST Fast Data Server File list screen Fast Data Server Host file list screen FOLDERDEVICE CHANGE(OPRT) 11.3.3 Error Message (MESSAGE Key) Embedded Ethernet Error message screen(Emb...

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    681 11 ETHERNET 11.4 EMBEDDED ETHERNET 11.4.1 Parameter Setting Screen The Embedded Ethernet parameters can be set separately for the embedded port and for the PCMCIA card. The parameters are divided according to function, and you can switch between the parameter screens by using the soft key. ...

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    682 11 B-64487EN/03(2) FOCAS2/Ethernet parameter (a) FOCAS2/Ethernet setting items Item Description PORT NUMBER (TCP) Specify a port number to be used with the FOCAS2/Ethernet function. The valid input range is 5001 to 65535. PORT NUMBER (UDP) Set this item to 0. TIME INTERVAL Set this item t...

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    683 11 ETHERNET Item Description HOST NAME Specify the IP address of the host computer. (Example of specification format: "192.168.0.200”) PORT NUMBER Specify a port number to be used with the FTP file transfer function. An FTP session is used, so that "21" is to be specified us...

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    684 11 B-64487EN/03 ETH The embedded port and PCMCIA card are: 0 : Used. 1 : Not used. For embedded port PCH At the start of communication of the FTP file transfer function, checking for the presence of the FTP server using PING is: 0 : Performed. 1 : Not performed. DNS The DNS client functio...

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    685 11 ETHERNET 11.4.2 FTP File Transfer Operation Screen (1) Embedded Ethernet host file list screen Embedded Ethernet host file list screen (a) Display item AVAILABLE DEVICE The currently selected device is displayed. Check that the embedded port is selected currently. CONNECT HOST Number...

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    686 11 B-64487EN/0311.4.3 Maintenance Screen for Embedded Ethernet Function With the Embedded Ethernet function, a dedicated maintenance screen is available. The maintenance screen enables operations to be checked when the Embedded Ethernet function operates abnormally. Displaying and operating...

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    687 11 ETHERNET 6 To send the PING command to the desired destination, enter the address of the destination on the PING setting screen. (Page change keys are used for switching.) PING setting screen 7 After entering the address and the REPEAT count, press the soft key [PING]. The specified nu...

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    688 11 B-64487EN/03 Display item Description BAUDRATE Displays the communication rate and mode. Communication rate: 100 Mbps or 10 Mbps Communication mode: Full duplex or Half duplex--------: Not connected to the hub unit SEND PACKET Displays the number of sent packets. COLLISION CARRIER SENSE ...

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    689 11 ETHERNET Symbol and meaning FOCAS2 #1, #2 W: Data processing in progress (1) D: Data processing in progress (2) X: Not yet executed UDP W: Data processing in progress (1) D: Data processing in progress (2) X: Not yet executed PMC W: Data processing in progress (1) D: Data processing i...

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    690 11 B-64487EN/0311.4.4 Log Screen of the Embedded Ethernet Function This screen displays the log of the Embedded Ethernet function. Displaying the log screen Procedure 1 Press the function key . 2 To display the log screen for the embedded port or PCMCIA card, press soft key [EMBED LOG] or [...

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    691 11 ETHERNET Error No. Log message Description and necessary action E-0118 E-0119 Error occurred while wait for FOCAS2 pdu A communication error has occurred because of any of the following: The network quality has been lowered to such a level that data cannot be received from a PC at the oth...

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    692 11 B-64487EN/03Error No. Log message Description and necessary action E-0208 The FTP server is not found The specified IP address of the FTP server may be wrong. Alternatively, the FTP server may be turned off. Check whether the IP address of the FTP server has been correctly specified and ...

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    693 11 ETHERNET Error No. Log message Description and necessary action E-0B06 The own host name is wrong Check whether a correct host name is specified. E-0B07 The own domain name is wrong Check whether a correct domain name is specified. E-0B08 TCP port number is wrong A value beyond the permis...

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    694 11 B-64487EN/03Error No. Log message Description and necessary action E-0B2B Cannot refresh parameter of Unsolicited Message The parameters for the unsolicited messaging function could not be updated. The cause may be one of the following: → The problem of E-0B29 or E-0B2A occurred. → A...

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    695 11 ETHERNET 11.5 ETHERNET OPTIONAL BOARD Parameters are divided according to function, and you can switch between the parameter screens by using the soft key. 11.5.1 Parameter Setting Screen (1) Common parameters (a) Setting item Item Description IP ADDRESS Specify the IP address of the ...

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    696 11 B-64487EN/03(2) FOCAS2/Ethernet parameter (a) Setting item Item Description PORT NUMBER (TCP) Specifies the port No. to be used by the FOCAS2/Ethernet functions and CNC screen display functions, within a range of 5001 to 65535.PORT NUMBER (UDP) Set this item to 0. TIME INTERVAL Set thi...

  • Page 724

    697 11 ETHERNET Item Description LOGIN FOLDER Specify a work folder to be used when the user logs in to the host computer. (Up to 127 characters can be specified.) If no data is set, the home folder set on the host computer is used as a login folder. (b) Setting item of FTP server Item Descr...

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    698 11 B-64487EN/03 - Setting item Item Description MTB ID This information is required by the machine remote diagnosis package to confirm that the diagnosis request is issued from a machine manufactured by the machine tool builder. The MTB identification information on the diagnosis accepting ...

  • Page 726

    699 11 ETHERNET TVC When a file is transferred from the personal computer to the Data Server, a TV check is: 0 : Not performed. 1 : Performed. 0020 I/O CHANNEL : Input/output device selection [Data type] Byte [Valid data range] 0 to 35 5 : Selects the Data Server as the input/output device....

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    700 11 B-64487EN/03 LCH In the LIST-GET service of the Data Server, when a list file specifies 1025 or more files: 0 : A check for duplicated file names is performed. 1 : A check for duplicated file names is not performed. #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#00905 UNSDSF PCHDNE [Data type] Bit DNE During ...

  • Page 728

    701 11 ETHERNET 0924 FOCAS2/Ethernet waiting time setting [Data type] Word [Unit of data] msec [Valid data range] 0 to 32767 When the FOCAS2/Ethernet and Data Server functions are used simultaneously, this parameter sets the FOCAS2/Ethernet function waiting time in milliseconds. When a v...

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    702 11 B-64487EN/03 [Data type] Bit PDM When the Data Server FILE LIST screen is displayed: 0 : The setting of an M198 operation folder/DNC operation file is enabled. 1 : The setting of a foreground/background folder is enabled. #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#08706 MRD [Data type] Bit MRD The re...

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    703 11 ETHERNET (a) Display item - M198 OPE FOLDER Displays a folder (directory) for M198-based subprogram calling. This item is displayed when CNC parameter PDM (No. 3233#1) is set to 0. - DNC OPE FILE Displays a file name used when DNC operation is performed. This item is displayed when par...

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    704 11 B-64487EN/03 Transfers multiple files from the Data Server to the host computer according to a list file. - LIST-DELETE Deletes multiple files from the Data Server according to a list file. - REFRESH Updates the display information of the PROGRAM LIST screen. (2) DATA SERVER HOST FILE...

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    705 11 ETHERNET Deletes a file or folder. - RENAME Renames a file or folder. - HOST CHANGE Changes the connected host computer. - SEARCH Searches for a file in the current folder. - GET Transfers a file from the host computer to the Data Server. - MGET Transfers files from the host compute...

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    706 11 B-64487EN/03 Displays the number of an error which occurs in operation of the machine remote diagnosis functions. - AVAILABLE DEVICE Displays the type of communication device for which the machine remote diagnosis functions can operate. - ERROR MESSAGE Displays the message indicating a...

  • Page 734

    707 11 ETHERNET No. Error message Meaning and action to be taken 5 Invalid Inquiry number. A value outside the valid setting range may be set for the inquiry destination. Check whether the correct inquiry destination is set.6 Invalid IP Address Set the IP address according to the IP address spec...

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    708 11 B-64487EN/0311.5.4 Maintenance Screen (for Data Server Function) Data Server MODE screen (SETTING) (a) Display item for SETTING Item Description CHANNELS Displays the number of channels currently being used. MODE Displays the currently set Data Server mode. STORAGE MODE FTP MODE BUFFER...

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    709 11 ETHERNET Item Description TOTAL SIZE Used for maintenance. This item indicates the total number of bytes transferred when an NC program is transferred from the Data Server. WRITE POINTER READ POINTER Used for maintenance. This item indicates the buffer use status when NC programs are tran...

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    710 11 B-64487EN/03 (2) Error detection count of the Ethernet controller The error count detected by the error detection controller is displayed. When a high load is imposed on the LAN, the count of detected collisions increases. Usually, other errors do not occur. (a) Display item Display...

  • Page 738

    711 11 ETHERNET (3) Operation states of the tasks internal to the Fast Ethernet (a) Display item The meaning of each symbol is indicated below. Symbol and meaning COMMON W: Data being processed (1) D: Data being processed (2) E: Start of software FOCAS2 #0 C: Waiting for connection from the ...

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    712 11 B-64487EN/03When the FOCAS2/Ethernet functions are running, you can check the operating status from: FOCAS2#0, FOCAS2#1, and FOCAS2#2. When the CNC screen display functions are running, you can check the operating status from: SCREEN When the FANUC LADDER-III functions are running, you...

  • Page 740

    713 11 ETHERNET Error No. Log message Meaning and action to be taken E-0126 No response from RMT DIAG server The IP address of the machine remote diagnosis accepting server may be invalid or the power to the machine remote diagnosis accepting server may be off. Check whether the IP address of t...

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    714 11 B-64487EN/03Error No. Log message Meaning and action to be taken E-0208 The FTP server is not found The IP address of the FTP server may be invalid or the power to the FTP server may be off. Check whether the IP address of the FTP server is valid and whether the power to the FTP server ...

  • Page 742

    715 11 ETHERNET Error No. Log message Meaning and action to be taken E-041A Frame transmission failed (TCP) A communication error occurred due to one of the following causes: → The network quality degraded, data could not be received from the personal computer with which to communicate, and t...

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    716 11 B-64487EN/03Error No. Log message Meaning and action to be taken E-0B11 User name of own FTP server is wrongA character unavailable for a user name may be used. E-0B12 Password of own FTP server is wrong A character unavailable for a password may be used. E-0B13 Login folder of own FTP ...

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    717 11 ETHERNET The meanings of the error codes indicated in error messages are as follows: Error code Meaning 2 The available space of the memory card of the Data Server is insufficient. 10 The specified folder cannot be found. 11 The allowable number of entries is exceeded. 12 Access to a fold...

  • Page 745

    718 11 B-64487EN/0311.6 TROUBLESHOOTING 11.6.1 Confirmation of Connection with the Hub Unit 1 Is the hub unit and the CNC connected together with a category 5 twisted pair cable (STP cable) with a common shield? Is the STP cable connected correctly? In general, a straight cable is used to mak...

  • Page 746

    719 11 ETHERNET 1 If a response is returned (normal) C:#>Ping 192.168.1.1 Pinging 192.168.1.1 with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 192.168.1.1:bytes=32 time<10ms TIL=128 Reply from 192.168.1.1:bytes=32 time<10ms TIL=128 Reply from 192.168.1.1:bytes=32 time<10ms TIL=128 C:#>...

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    721 12 POWER MATE CNC MANAGER FUNCTIONWhen the I/O Link Option for the FANUC servo unit β series (called I/O Link β below) is used for CNC additional axes (slaves), the Power Mate CNC manager function can be used to display and set up various types of data of these slaves on the CNC. The Powe...

  • Page 749

    722 B-64487EN/0312 • Machine coordinate (current position in the machine coordinate system) - Display method Press the soft key [ABS] or [MACHIN]. The absolute or machine coordinate screen appears as follows: Power Mate CNC manager: Machine coordinate screen - Axis name display You can cha...

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    723 12 POWER MATE CNC MANAGER FUNCTIONThis screen displays only the bit and decimal data. For details of the parameters, refer to FANUC SERVO MOTOR β series I/O Link Option Maintenance Manual. - Selecting and searching for a parameter 1 First, select the active slave. 2 Press the soft key [(OP...

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    724 B-64487EN/0312 - Display method 1 Press the continuous menu key . 2 Press the soft key [DGNOS] to select the diagnosis screen. - Searching for diagnosis data 1 First, select the active slave. 2 Press the soft key [(OPRT)]. The following soft keys appear: 3 Enter a diagnosis number and p...

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    725 12 POWER MATE CNC MANAGER FUNCTION- Display method 1 Press the continuous menu key . 2 Press the soft key [SYSTEM] to select the system configuration screen. Series and edition of the I/O Link β system software 12.2 PARAMETERS #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#00960 PPEPMNMD2MD1 [Input type] Settin...

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    726 B-64487EN/0312 8760 Program number of data input/output (Power Mate CNC manager) [Input type] Setting input [Data type] 2-word path [Valid data range] 0 to 99999999 This parameter sets the program numbers of programs to be used for inputting and outputting slave data (parameters) when...

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    727 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION 13.1 DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION 13.1.1 Displaying Diagnosis Screen (1) Press function key . (2) Press soft key [DGNOS], then a diagnosis screen is displayed. 13.2 LIST OF DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION (DGN) A number is assigned to each of the information items that are displayed o...

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    728 13 B-64487EN/03DGN 33 TH alarm character code (background editing) The bit pattern of the character at which a TH alarm occurred in background input is displayed. DGN 43 Number of the current display language of the CNC screen The number of the current display language of the CNC screen ...

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    729 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION RCA Serial Pulsecoder is faulty. Counting of feedback cable is erroneous. BZA Battery voltage became 0. Replace the battery and set the reference position. CKA Serial Pulsecoder is faulty. Internal block stopped. SPH Serial Pulsecoder or feedback cable is ...

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    730 13 B-64487EN/03 PLS The number of position feedback pulses per motor revolution, specified in parameter No. 2024, is zero or less. The value is invalid. DIR The wrong direction of rotation for the motor is specified in parameter No. 2022 (the value is other than 111 or -111). #7 #6#5#4...

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    731 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION When it reaches 100°C (about 85°C in terms of the temperature of the atmosphere in the Pulsecoder), a motor overheat alarm is generated. NOTE 1 Temperature information has the following error: • 50°C to 160°C ±5°C • 160°C to 180°C ±10°C 2 The temp...

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    732 13 B-64487EN/03 See the following table for the displayed detail numbers and the corresponding causes. For further detail information that could be used to take measures, refer to FANUC AC Servo Motor αiS/αiF/βiS series Parameter Manual (B-65270EN). 13.2.14 Detailed Descriptions about ...

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    733 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION Detail number Parameter number Cause Measure 0843 2084 No positive value has been set for the flexible feed gear numerator. Alternatively, the following condition exists: Feed gear numerator > denominator × 16 Specify a positive value as the flexible feed gear n...

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    734 13 B-64487EN/03Detail number Parameter number Cause Measure 1454 1455 1456 1459 2145 Velocity feed-forward coefficient for cutting overflowed. Decrease the velocity feed-forward coefficient. 1493 2149 A value greater than 6 is set in this parameter. A value not greater than 6 is permitted t...

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    735 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION Detail number Parameter number Cause Measure 2780 2277#5,6,7 2278#0,2,4 When the first SDU unit is not used, a setting is made to connect a detector (acceleration sensor, temperature detection circuit, or analog check interface unit) to the first SDU unit. Check the...

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    736 13 B-64487EN/03Detail number Parameter number Cause Measure 2786 1815#1 2277#5,6,7 2278#1,4 At the time of full-closed system setting, a detector other than a separate position detector is connected (with the second SDU unit). Modify the setting of the detector. 2787 2278#0,#1 A setting is ...

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    737 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION Detail number Parameter number Cause Measure 8254 8255 8256 1825 A position gain of 0 is set, or the internal position gain value has overflowed. • Set a value other than 0 (when setting = 0). • Use the function for automatic format change for position gain sett...

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    738 13 B-64487EN/03Detail number Parameter number Cause Measure 10133 2013#0 2014#0 When HRV4 is set, this alarm is issued if any of the following conditions is met.• Servo software not supporting HRV4 is used.• The same FSSB system includes axes with HRV4 setting and axes with HRV2 or HRV3...

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    739 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION The number of times a communication error occurred during serial communication with the detector is indicated. Data transmitted during communication is guaranteed unless another alarm occurs. However, if the counter value indicated in this diagnosis information in...

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    740 13 B-64487EN/03 DGN 363 Cumulative feedback (SV) [Data type] 2-word axis [Unit of data] Detection unit [Valid data range] –99999999 to 99999999 Cumulative value of positional feedback pulses the servo system received from the Pulsecoder since power-on is indicated. 13.2.15 Diagnosi...

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    741 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION SSA A system alarm was issued on the spindle amplifier side. (The above conditions are major causes of alarm SP0749. These conditions are caused mainly by noise, a broken wire, a momentary failure of power, and so on.) DGN 410 Spindle load meter indication [Data...

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    742 13 B-64487EN/03DGN 455 Difference in spindle-converted move command during rigid tapping (momentary value) [Data type] 2-word spindle [Unit of data] Detection unit DGN 456 Difference in spindle-converted positional deviation during rigid tapping (momentary value) [Data type] 2-word sp...

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    743 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION 13.2.19 Diagnosis Data Related to the Dual Position Feedback Function DGN 550 Closed loop error [Data type] 2-word axis [Unit of data] Detection unit [Valid data range] -99999999 to 99999999 DGN 551 Semi-closed loop error [Data type] 2-word axis [Unit of dat...

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    744 13 B-64487EN/03 8 : The CNC is in the 3-dimensional cutter compensation mode or tool center point control mode. 13.2.21 Data for Adjusting the Compensation of the Start Position of Thread Cutting when the Spindle Speed Is Changed DGN 670 Delay in acceleration/deceleration after interpola...

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    745 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION For spindle errors, refer to "ERROR DISPLAY ON THE SPINDLE AMPLIFIER" in this manual. For warnings, see Subsection, "Spindle Warning Interface" in this manual. 13.2.25 Digital Servo (2) DGN 750 OVC level [Data type] Word axis [Unit of data] ...

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    746 13 B-64487EN/0313.2.27 Fan Rotation Speed DGN 1002 FAN1 rotation speed DGN 1003 FAN2 rotation speed DGN 1490 FAN3 rotation speed DGN 1491 FAN4 rotation speed [Data type] 2-word [Unit of data] 1/min FAN1,FAN2 The rotation speed of the fans in the CNC controller are indicated....

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    747 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION ZND Leakage Detection Function 0: Correspondence 1: Non-correspondence ZMS Insulation resistance 0: Measurement incompleteness end 1: Measurement completion (completion:0→1、Emergency stop:0) INS Insulation resistance decrease 0: (More than standard va...

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    748 13 B-64487EN/03 DGN 1703 Leakage resistance data [Data type] Word axis [Unit of data] 0.1MΩ [Valid data range] 0~1021 NOTE Leakage Detection Function 1700~1703 is detected by the emergency stop on. And the data detected by the emergency stop off is maintained. 13.2.32 Internal coolin...

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    749 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION PI2~PI1 Common power supply internal cooling fan1 Exchange necessary information #3 #2 State 0 0 Normal 0 1 Exchange necessary 1(The speed of the fan decreased) FAN Common power supply internal cooling fan2 without a fan2 PI2~PI1 Common power supply internal cool...

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    750 13 B-64487EN/0313.2.37 Radiator cooling fan for spindle amplifier #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#0DGN 1725 AR2 AR1FAN AR2AR1FAN [Data type] Bit spindle FAN Spindle radiator cooling fan1 without a fan1 AR2~AR1 Spindle radiator cooling fan1 Exchange necessary information #3 #2 State 0 0 Normal 0 1 Ex...

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    751 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION #3 #2 State 0 0 Normal 0 1 Exchange necessary 1(The speed of the fan decreased) 13.2.40 Tool offset conversion (G44.1) DGN 1800 Reference angle of the tool nose rotation axis [Data type] Real path [Unit of data] degree (machine unit) [Valid data range] 0.0 to 36...

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    752 13 B-64487EN/03 If the direction of imaginary tool nose did not be commanded in G44.1 block, the direction is converted by angle of the tool nose rotation axis and the swivel head axis automatically. DGN 1806 Offset value of X-axis before conversion [Data type] Real path [Unit of data]...

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    753 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION When bit 2 (INW) of the parameter No. 19641 is set to 0, the sum of geometry conversion value and wear conversion value is displayed. When bit 2 (INW) of the parameter No. 19641 is set to 1, the sum of geometry conversion value and wear setting value is displaye...

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    754 13 B-64487EN/03difference of the slave axis from the master axis is indicated. The positional deviation difference is: (Positional deviation of master axis) ± (positional deviation of slave axis) + : When mirror image is applied to synchronization command - : When mirror image is not a...

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    755 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION Detail alarm No. Parameter number Cause Action 290 24000 to 24095 The maximum number of slaves per FSSB line is exceeded for an FSSB line of servo HRV2 control. Reduce the number of slaves to 32 (maximum number of slaves per FSSB line of servo HRV2 control) or less....

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    756 13 B-64487EN/03corresponding causes and actions, see the table below. When more than one FSSB alarm number is displayed, take actions for the FSSB alarm having the smaller alarm number. Detail alarm No. Parameter number Cause Action 210 24096 to 24103 Although a separate detector is not se...

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    757 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION Detail alarm No. Parameter number Cause Action 370 1902#0 1902#1 2013#0 2014#0 When servo HRV3 or HRV4 control is set, manual setting 1 cannot be performed. To set servo HRV3 or HRV4 control, perform manual setting or automatic setting. 380 1023 When a servo axis nu...

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    758 13 B-64487EN/03take actions for the FSSB alarm having the smaller alarm number. Detail alarm No. Parameter number Cause Action 271 3717 24000 to 24095 An ATR value is set more than once. Make each spindle amplifier consistent with the ATR value setting. 381 3717 When a spindle amplifier nu...

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    759 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION 13.2.49 Wrong Operation Prevention Function #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#0DGN 3570 MSC [Data type] Bit axis If a detector battery low alarm is issued, the cause can be checked. ABP The battery of the A/B phase is low. INP The battery of the serial pulse coder (bu...

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    760 13 B-64487EN/03- 29: For the axis specified in the replace command, another command is being executed or the axis has been freed. - 30: The target axis specified in the replace command is not found in the path (destination). - 32: The target axis specified in the replace command is not foun...

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    761 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION = Number of pulses specified by pulse superimposition × travel distance magnification - maximum cutting feedrate - allowable number of pulses | Number of pulses specified by pulse superimposition × travel distance magnification | < |maximum cutting feedrat...

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    762 13 B-64487EN/03 2 : The hardware option that DGN No.4400 indicates doesn't exist. Confirm the hardware option specified for NC parameter No.970-972. 3 : In the hardware option that DGN No.4400 indicates, the working function is not specified. NC parameter No.970-972 is wrong though the ...

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    763 13 DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION NOTE Counting cumulative values is started at power-on. 13.2.58 Cumulative Power Consumption of Each Servo DGN 4920 Cumulative value of total actual power consumption of all axes DGN 4921 Cumulative value of total power consumption of all axes DGN 4922 Cum...

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    764 13 B-64487EN/0313.2.62 Automatic Phase Synchronization for Flexible Synchronous Control DGN 5600 Automatic phase synchronization error amount (group A) DGN 5601 Automatic phase synchronization error amount (group B) DGN 5602 Automatic phase synchronization error amount (group C) DGN 5603...

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    765 14 HISTORY FUNCTION 14.1 OVERVIEW OF HISTORY FUNCTION This function allows you to record history of operations performed by operators, alarms generated, external operator messages, and so on, check the history, and output history data. The main capabilities of this function are described bel...

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    766 14 B-64487EN/0314.2.2 Erasing History Data from the ALARM HISTORY Screen Procedure 1 Display the ALARM HISTORY screen. 2 Press soft key [(OPRT)]. 3 Press soft key [ERASE] and all history data will be erased. NOTE When you erase history data with this procedure, not only alarm history but a...

  • Page 794

    767 14 HISTORY FUNCTION 14.3 EXTERNAL OPERATOR MESSAGE HISTORY From all recorded history data recorded, only external operator message history is extracted and displayed on the screen. If the amount of history data exceeds the storage capacity, history data will be automatically erased starting ...

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    768 14 B-64487EN/0314.3.3 Parameter Setting #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#03112 OMH [Data type] Bit OMH The external operator message history screen is: 0 : Not displayed. 1 : Displayed. #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#03196 HOM [Data type] Bit HOM External operator message history is: 0 : Recorded. 1...

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    769 14 HISTORY FUNCTION #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#03195 HDEHKE [Data type] Bit HKE A key operation history is: 0 : Recorded. 1 : Not recorded. HDE A DI/DO history is: 0 : Recorded. 1 : Not recorded. 3122 Time interval used to record time data in operation history [Data type] Word [Unit of da...

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    770 14 B-64487EN/0314.4.2 Screen Display Procedure 1 Press function key . 2 Press menu key until soft key [OPERAT HISTORY] is displayed. 3 Press soft key [OPERAT HISTORY] and then the newly displayed soft key [OPERAT HISTORY], and the operation history screen is displayed. 4 If you want to dis...

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    771 14 HISTORY FUNCTION (a) Address keys and numeric keys Characters such as A to Z, 0 to 9, ;, +, and - are displayed directly. They are displayed in black. (b) Function menu keys, operation menu keys, and soft keys They are displayed in brackets, as in [LEFT F], [SOFT 1] to [SOFT 10], and [R...

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    772 14 B-64487EN/0314.4.3 Inputting and Outputting Operation History Data Only output operation is permitted on operation history data. The output data is in text format. So, to reference the output data you must use an application that can handle text files on the personal computer. 14.4.3.1 ...

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    773 14 HISTORY FUNCTION (4) Tool offset data change When parameter HTO (No. 3196#0) is 1, if tool offset data is changed, the tool offset number and type, old tool offset data, new tool offset data, and the time of change are recorded. (5) Workpiece offset data change When parameter HWO (No. ...

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    774 14 B-64487EN/037 Key in a signal type (X, G, F, or Y) and an address and then press . Example: If you enter G0004 and pressing , the signal address "G0004" is set at the ADDRES position and the initial value "00000000" is set at the SIGNAL position. 8 Select the bit fo...

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    775 14 HISTORY FUNCTION 14.6 OUTPUTTING ALL HISTORY DATA You can output all history data to an external I/O device. You cannot output each history data item separately. Procedure 1 Place the output device to an output-enabled state. 2 Enter EDIT mode. 3 Press function key . 4 Press menu key unt...

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    777 15 WAVEFORM DIAGNOSIS The waveform diagnosis display function traces values of data such as servo positional deviation amount, torque, and machine signals and plots and displays a graph representing changes in the traced data. This function facilitates servo motor and spindle motor adjustmen...

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    778 15 B-64487EN/0315.1.1 Tracing Data Starting tracing 1 Display the WAVE DIAGNOS. (GRAPHIC) screen. 2 Press the soft key [TRACE] to start tracing. "Now Sampling…" appears in the upper part of the screen. When tracing ends, the indication "Now Sampling…" disappears. Ev...

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    779 15 WAVEFORM DIAGNOSIS Displaying signal data Up to 32 signals can be measured at the same time. Up to nine signals can be displayed at the same time if only signal data is displayed, or up to four signals can be displayed if signal data is displayed over waveforms. When [SIG ↑] or [SIG ...

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    780 15 B-64487EN/03(2) Date and time of start/end of tracing • Starting date and time T6 9 D * * ******,******;monthdayyearhourminsec • Ending date and time T9 2 D * * ******,******;monthdayyearhourminsec NOTE The ending date and time is output only in the 30 format. (3) Wavefo...

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    781 15 WAVEFORM DIAGNOSIS T 6 3 D **,**,to**; T 6 4 D **,**,to**; T 6 5 D **,**,to**; T 7 0 D **,**,to**; T 7 5 D **,**,to**; T 8 0 D **,**,to**; T 8 1 D **,**,to**; T 8 2 D **,**,to**; T 9 8 D **,**,to**; Waveform diagnosis data × No. of axes / No. of paths / No. of signals Blocks are output ...

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    782 15 B-64487EN/03Outputting a file 1 Display the WAVE DIAGNOS. (GRAPHIC) screen. 2 When the operation soft key [(OPRT)] is pressed, soft keys are displayed in the following operation selection state: 3 Change the mode to the EDIT mode. 4 Enter a file name in the key-in buffer, and press the...

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    783 16 DIGITAL SERVO This chapter describes servo tuning screen required for maintenance of digital servo and adjustment of reference position. 16.1 INITIAL SETTING SERVO PARAMETERS This section describes how to set initial servo parameters, which is used for field adjustment of machine tool. 1...

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    784 16 B-64487EN/03Table 16.1 (a) αiS series servo motor Motor model Motor specificationMotor ID No.90G0 αiS2/5000 0212 262 01.0 αiS2/6000 0218 284 01.0 αiS4/5000 0215 265 01.0 αiS4/6000 210 466 01.0 αiS8/4000 0235 285 01.0 αiS8/6000 0232 290 01.0 αiS12/4000 0238 288 01.0 αiS12/6000 02...

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    785 16 DIGITAL SERVO Motor model Motor specificationMotor ID No.90G0 αiS22/6000HV 0263 453 01.0 αiS30/4000HV 0269 319 01.0 αiS40/4000HV 0273-Bx9x 0273-Bx2x 323 01.0 αiS50/3000HV FAN 0276-Bx1x 0276-Bx3x 326 01.0 αiS50/3000HV 0276-Bx0x 0276-Bx2x 327 01.0 αiS100/2500HV 0286-Bx0x 336 01.0 α...

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    786 16 B-64487EN/03Table 16.1 (g) βiS series servo motor (for 400-V driving) Motor model Motor specificationMotor ID No.90G0 βiS2/4000HV 0062 251 01.0 βiS4/4000HV 0064 264 01.0 βiS8/3000HV 0076 267 01.0 βiS12/3000HV 0079 270 01.0 βiS22/2000HV 0086 278 01.0 Table 16.1 (h) Linear motor (...

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    787 16 DIGITAL SERVO Motor model Motor specificationMotor ID No.90G0 LiS10000C3/2 0457-B110 397 01.0 LiS17000C3/2 0459-B110 401 01.0 Table 16.1 (j) Synchronous built-in servo motor (for 200-V driving) Motor model Motor specificationMotor ID No.90G0 DiS85/400 0483-B20x 423 01.0 DiS110/300 0484-B...

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    788 16 B-64487EN/03NOTE 3 If the calculation of the number of pulses required per motor revolution involves π, such as when a rack and pinion are used, assume π to be approximately 355/113. (Example) For detection in 1 μm units, specify as follows: Ball screw lead (mm/rev) Number of necess...

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    789 16 DIGITAL SERVO Set 8192 as the number of speed pulses. For the linear motor or synchronous built-in servo motor, make settings according to "Linear Motor Parameter Setting" or “Synchronous Built-In Servo Motor Parameter Setting” in the FANUC SERVO MOTOR αiS/αiF/βiS Paramet...

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    790 16 B-64487EN/03(9) Reference counter 1821 Reference counter capacity for each axis (0 to 99999999) - For the semi-closed loop (Rotary axis) Count on the reference counter = Number of position pulses corresponding to a single motor revolution/M, or the same number divided by an integer va...

  • Page 818

    791 16 DIGITAL SERVO In this example, set the numerator and denominator, respectively, to 20000 and 17. NOTE Even if a setting is made with a fraction, set the number of position pulses per motor revolution/M for a semi-closed loop rotary axis when the reduction ratio is M/N. Reference cou...

  • Page 819

    792 16 B-64487EN/03 When a linear scale is used and a single Z phase exists: Set the reference counter to 10000, 50000, or another round number. If the calculated value of the reference counter capacity is not an integer, the reference counter capacity can be set as a fraction as in the case ...

  • Page 820

    793 16 DIGITAL SERVO 16.2 FSSB SETTING SCREEN 16.2.1 FSSB Display and Setting Screen Connecting the CNC control unit to servo amplifiers via a high-speed serial bus (FANUC Serial Servo Bus, or FSSB), which uses only one fiber optics cable, can significantly reduce the amount of cabling in machin...

  • Page 821

    794 16 B-64487EN/03(1) Connection status screen The connection status screen displays the connection status of slaves connected to the FSSB at power-on. The connection status screen displays the following items: <1> FSSB1,FSSB2,FSSB3············ FSSB line number The FSSB li...

  • Page 822

    795 16 DIGITAL SERVO (2) Servo amplifier setting screen The servo amplifier setting screen displays servo amplifier information. The servo amplifier setting screen consists of the following items: • HRV·············································...

  • Page 823

    796 16 B-64487EN/03(3) Spindle amplifier setting screen The spindle amplifier setting screen displays spindle amplifier information. The spindle amplifier setting screen consists of the following items: • NO. ·········································...

  • Page 824

    797 16 DIGITAL SERVO (4) Separate detector interface unit screen The separate detector interface unit screen displays information on separate detector interface units. The separate detector interface unit screen displays the following items: • NO. ······················...

  • Page 825

    798 16 B-64487EN/03(5) Axis setting screen The axis setting screen displays the information of axis. The axis setting screen displays the following items. Any item that cannot be set is not displayed. (When the first and fifth separate detector interface units are connected and Cs contour co...

  • Page 826

    799 16 DIGITAL SERVO (6) Servo amplifier maintenance screen The servo amplifier maintenance screen displays maintenance information for servo amplifiers. This screen consists of the following two pages, either of which can be selected by pressing the cursor keys and . The servo amplifier ...

  • Page 827

    800 16 B-64487EN/03(7) Spindle amplifier maintenance screen The spindle amplifier maintenance screen displays maintenance information for spindle amplifiers. This screen consists of the following two pages, either of which can be selected by pressing the cursor keys and . The spindle amp...

  • Page 828

    801 16 DIGITAL SERVO 16.3 SERVO TUNING SCREEN 16.3.1 Parameter Setting Set a parameter to display the servo tuning screen. #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#03111 SVS SVS 0 : Servo tuning screen is not displayed. 1 : Servo tuning screen is displayed. 16.3.2 Displaying Servo Tuning Screen 1 Press funct...

  • Page 829

    802 16 B-64487EN/03ID information is automatically read from each of the connected units during first startup of the CNC and then recorded. During the second or later startup, the ID information recorded during first startup can be compared with the ID information read this time on the screen t...

  • Page 830

    803 16 DIGITAL SERVO Additional Information Even if replacement is performed reasonably such as for repairing, this function incorrectly indicates the * mark when it detects the replacement. To clear the * mark, follow the steps below to update the registered data, as described in the editing s...

  • Page 831

    804 16 B-64487EN/03Soft keys [INPUT] Replace the selected ID information at the cursor position with the character string in key-in buffer. [READ ID] Transfers the ID information the connected device at the cursor has to the key-in buffer. Only the items preceded by * (*3) are valid. [SAVE] Sa...

  • Page 832

    805 16 DIGITAL SERVO 16.5 αi SERVO WARNING INTERFACE Overview The αi servo system can report the warning status before one of the following target alarms occurs. When the warning status is entered, a report to the PMC is issued. For example, this signal can be used by the machine for retractin...

  • Page 833

    806 16 B-64487EN/0316.6 ADJUSTING REFERENCE POSITION (DOG METHOD) Overview +Speed Rapid traverse (Parameter No. 1420α) FL rate(Parameter No. 1425α)Rapid traverse acc./dec. time constant (PRM1620α)Time*DECα PCZ Grid Grid shift amount (Parameter No. 1850) Reference counter capacity(Parameter ...

  • Page 834

    807 16 DIGITAL SERVO APZ Zero position of absolute Pulsecoder is : 0 : Not established 1 : Established (Turns to 1 after establishment) To manually change the value of the APZ bit from 0 to 1 without first returning to the reference position when using αi/βi Pulsecoder, follow this procedur...

  • Page 835

    808 16 B-64487EN/0316.7 REFERENCE POSITION SETTING WITHOUT DOGS When there are no dog nor limit switch for reference position return, this function enables the tool to return the reference position that is set by MTB. When the absolute position detector is used, the reference position once set ...

  • Page 836

    809 16 DIGITAL SERVO #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#01006 ZMIx ZMIx 0 : Reference position return and backlash initial direction is +. 1 : Reference position return and backlash initial direction is -. (*) After ZRN signal becomes 1, manual feed direction is always the direction set by this parameter...

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  • Page 838

    811 17 AC SPINDLE This chapter outlines the serial interface spindle amplifiers and explains related parameters. 17.1 SERIAL INTERFACE AC SPINDLE 17.1.1 Overview of Spindle Control S command SpindleM commandNC PMCM03, M04, M05, M19FIN*SSTP (Spindle stop) SOVx (Spindle override) SF, GR1O, GR2O, ...

  • Page 839

    812 17 B-64487EN/0317.1.1.2 Method B of gear change for M series (bit 2 (SGB) of parameter No. 3705 is 1) 0Output Motor speed40950MaxGear 1Gear 2Gear 3PRM 3736PRM 3752PRM 3751PRM 3735S code (min-1)PRM 3741PRM 3742PRM 3743 17.1.1.3 T series 0 Output Motor speed40950MaxS code (min-1)Gear 1Gear...

  • Page 840

    813 17 AC SPINDLE Code Motor model Amplifier 309 αiI3/12000 (1500/12000min-1) αiSP11 310 αiI6/10000 (1500/10000min-1) αiSP11 311 αiI0.5/10000HV (3000/10000min-1) αiSP5.5HV312 αiI8/8000 (1500/8000min-1) αiSP11 313 αiI1/10000HV (3000/10000min-1) αiSP5.5HV314 αiI12/7000 (1500/7000min-1) ...

  • Page 841

    814 17 B-64487EN/0317.1.3 Spindle Setting and Tuning Screen 17.1.3.1 Display method 1 Confirm the parameters #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#03111 SPS SPS 0 : The spindle tuning screen is not displayed. 1 : The spindle tuning screen is displayed. 2 Press the key to select the screen for setting par...

  • Page 842

    815 17 AC SPINDLE Parameter S11: 1st MainS12: 1st SubS21: 2nd MainS22: 2nd SubGear ratio (HIGH) 4056 4056 Gear ratio (MIDIUM HIGH)4057 4216 4057 4216 Gear ratio (MIDIUM LOW) 4058 4058 Gear ratio (LOW) 4059 4217 4059 4217 Max. spindle speed (gear1)3741 3741 Max. spindle speed (gear2)3742 3742 Ma...

  • Page 843

    816 17 B-64487EN/03Orientation Proportional gain Integral gain Loop gain Motor voltage ORAR gain (%) Shift spindle stop position Shift reference position Synchronous control Proportional gain Integral gain Loop gain Motor voltage Acc./dec.constant (%) Shift reference position Rigid tapping Prop...

  • Page 844

    817 17 AC SPINDLE 17.1.3.4 Spindle monitor screen Spindle alarm 9001 : Motor overheat 9002 : Excessive speed deviation 9003 : DC link fuse blown 9004 : PS input power failure 9006 : Temperature sensor disconnection 9007 : Excessive speed 9009 : Main circuit overload 9011 : DC link over...

  • Page 845

    818 17 B-64487EN/039056 : Internal cooling fan stopped 9057 : Excessive PS regenerated power 2 9058 : PS main circuit overload 9059 : PS internal cooling fan stopped 9061 : Excessive semi-closed loop/closed loop error in dual position FB 9065 : Travel distance error in pole determination ...

  • Page 846

    819 17 AC SPINDLE 9202 : PS input overcurrent 3 9203 : PS input overcurrent 4 9204 : PS soft thermal 9205 : PS DC link section overvoltage 2 9206 : PS DC link section overvoltage 3 9207 : PS DC link section overvoltage 4 9208 : PS DC link section overvoltage 2 9209 : PS DC link section o...

  • Page 847

    820 17 B-64487EN/03 S11: 1st MainS12: 1st SubS21: 2nd MainS22: 2nd SubIntegral gain (LOW) 4049 4049 Motor voltage 4083 4236 4083 4236 Regenerative power 4080 4231 4080 4231 Orientation mode S11: 1st MainS12: 1st SubS21: 2nd MainS22: 2nd SubProportional gain (HIGH) 4042 4208 4042 4208 Propor...

  • Page 848

    821 17 AC SPINDLE S11: 1st MainS12: 1st SubS21: 2nd MainS22: 2nd SubProportional gain (LOW) 4047 - 4047 - Integral gain (HIGH) 4054 4054 Integral gain (LOW) 4055 - 4055 - Loop gain (HIGH) 4069 4069 Loop gain (MID.HIGH) 4070 - 4070 - Loop gain (MID. LOW) 4071 4071 Loop gain (LOW) 4072 - 4072 - M...

  • Page 849

    822 17 B-64487EN/03The warning numbers and their descriptions are shown below. Warning number Contents Details 01 Motor overheatIf the motor temperature exceeds the overheat warning detection level (set by the relevant parameter), the warning signal is output. Since the spindle continues to ope...

  • Page 850

    823 17 AC SPINDLE 17.1.5 Spindle Information Screen Overview In the αi spindle system, ID information output from each of the connected units is obtained and output to the CNC screen. The units that have ID information are shown below. (Note: Some instances of these units do not have ID informa...

  • Page 851

    824 17 B-64487EN/03 Spindle switch control When spindle switch control is used, the ID information of the subspindle is also displayed. Additional Information Even if replacement is performed reasonably such as for repairing, this function incorrectly indicates the * mark when it detects the...

  • Page 852

    825 17 AC SPINDLE 4 To move key-in buffer on the screen, use the and keys. Screen operation on the editing screen Mode Key operationUse Viewing (*1) Page keys Scrolls up or down on a screen-by-screen basis.Soft keys [INPUT] eplace the selected ID information at the cursor position with th...

  • Page 853

    826 17 B-64487EN/03

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    827 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION 18.1 SCREEN DISPLAY AT POWER ON 18.1.1 Display until the CNC Starts (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (7) (2) (6) Processing is stopped in the event of an error SELECT key → SYSTEM MONITOR Details of display items (1) WORK RAM test results are dis...

  • Page 855

    828 18 B-64487EN/0318.1.3 System Label Check Error When an attempt is made to turn on the power to the CNC after replacing the system software, the screen shown below is displayed, and the system is not started if the replacing new system software is not compatible with the replaced system soft...

  • Page 856

    829 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION 18.2.1 Hardware Configuration Screen Screen display Displayed information The following explains the displayed information: 1. NAME MAIN BOARD • Displays information on the main board, and cards and modules on the main board. OPTION BOARD • Displays informati...

  • Page 857

    830 18 B-64487EN/0318.2.2 Software Configuration Screen Screen display Displayed information The following explains the displayed information: SYSTEM : Software type SERIES : Software series EDITION : Software edition Displayed systems and corresponding software types The following lists the...

  • Page 858

    831 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION System Software type SPINDLE-4 Spindle 4 SPINDLE-5 Spindle 5 SPINDLE-6 Spindle 6 SPINDLE-7 Spindle 7 SPINDLE-8 Spindle 8 SPINDLE-9 Spindle 9 SPINDLE-10 Spindle 10 SPINDLE-11 Spindle 11 SPINDLE-12 Spindle 12 SPINDLE-13 Spindle 13 SPINDLE-14 Spindle 14 SPINDLE-15 Sp...

  • Page 859

    832 18 B-64487EN/03System Software type MACRO EXE15 Macro executor 15 MACRO EXE16 Macro executor 16 MACRO EXE17 Macro executor 17 MACRO EXE18 Macro executor 18 MACRO EXE19 Macro executor 19 MACRO EXE20 Macro executor 20 CEXELIB Library for C Language Executor CEXEAPL Application for C Language ...

  • Page 860

    833 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION 18.3 CNC STATE DISPLAY Description of each display Fig. 18.3 (a) State display positions (1) Current mode MDI : Manual data input, MDI operation MEM : Automatic operation (memory operation) RMT : Automatic operation (DNC operation) EDIT : Memory ed...

  • Page 861

    834 18 B-64487EN/03PSW : Indicates that the power supply is abnormal state. (Blinks in reversed display.) PMC : Indicates that a PMC alarm is issued. (Blinks in reversed display.) Space : Indicates a state other than the above. (*) On CNCs of edition 7 or earlier, BAT and APC are not distinguis...

  • Page 862

    835 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION RTRY : Indicates a re-forward state. (Retrace function) RVED : Indicates a retract end or retract disabled state. (Retrace function) PTRR : Indicates tool retract & recover mode. Space : Indicates that no editing operation is being performed. (9) Warning for da...

  • Page 863

    836 18 B-64487EN/03<4> Machine system menu screen: Enables registering the names of consumables used in the machine. 18.4.1.2 Procedure To use this function, follow the steps below: <1> Select a number for registration. (For selection, use the cursor key on the status screen.) &l...

  • Page 864

    837 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION (1) Status screen and menu screen display - Status screen 10.4” display unit Fig. 18.4.2.1 (a) Status screen (10.4” display unit) 15” display unit Fig. 18.4.2.1 (b) St...

  • Page 865

    838 18 B-64487EN/03- Machine system menu screen 10.4” display unit Fig. 18.4.2.1 (c) Machine system menu screen (10.4” display unit) 15” display unit Fig. 18.4.2.1 (d) Machine sy...

  • Page 866

    839 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION - NC system menu screen 10.4” display unit Fig. 18.4.2.1 (e) NC system menu screen (10.4” display unit) 15” display unit Fig. 18.4.2.1 (f) NC system menu scree...

  • Page 867

    840 18 B-64487EN/03(2) Setting (a) Item name The name of an item to be subjected to periodic maintenance is set under "Item name". An item name can be set in either of two ways: using the menu screen and using the MDI keyboard. <1> Setting from the menu screen 1 Place the curso...

  • Page 868

    841 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION To erase the registered data for an item name, place the cursor on the target item name, press soft key [ERASE], then [EXEC]. <2> MDI keypad-based setting You can register an item name on the status screen by entering the format below using keys and pressi...

  • Page 869

    842 18 B-64487EN/03 Fig. 18.4.2.2 (a) Setting screen (10.4” display unit) 15” display unit Fig. 18.4.2.2 (b) Setting screen (15” display unit)

  • Page 870

    843 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION (1) Service life The service life of a consumable item is to be specified under “LIFE.” First place the cursor on the service life of a target registration number, enter a desired service life value and press soft key [INPUT] (or key), and the service life is ...

  • Page 871

    844 18 B-64487EN/03NOTE 1 If an attempt is made to make settings when no item name or service life is registered, the warning "EDIT REJECTED" will be generated. 2 Pressing soft keys [INPUT] and [+INPUT] has no effect. 3 With the "all times" count type, an error of 24 hours w...

  • Page 872

    845 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION 18.4.3.2 Data input Set the EDIT mode, then press the soft key [F READ], and data is registered in item names and so on in the input format (G10). You can also input the format (G10) to program memory first and then register data. NOTE If the input format (G10) ...

  • Page 873

    846 18 B-64487EN/0318.5 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION SCREEN 18.5.1 Overview The maintenance information screen is provided to record the history of maintenance performed by a service person of FANUC or machine tool builder. The screen has the following features: • MDI alphabetical input is allowed...

  • Page 874

    847 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION <3> EDIT / READ EDIT: Editing allowed READ: Editing inhibited <4> Number of empty character spaces Number of empty character spaces as half-size characters <5> Current cursor line Position of the line on which the cursor is currently located. ...

  • Page 875

    848 18 B-64487EN/03Mode Key Description key If the key input buffer does not contain any character, deletes the one character before the cursor. If the key input buffer contains characters, deletes the one character from the buffer. Edit key If the key input buffer does not contain any charac...

  • Page 876

    849 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION 15” display unit (1) View mode (2) (5) (7) (2) Edit mode (3) (4) (6) (5) (3) Edit saving (1) (1) (2) (4) I/O (6) (6) (2) (5) Jump (1)(2) (1)(...

  • Page 877

    850 18 B-64487EN/03 18.5.2.5 Half-size kana input By pressing soft key [KN/ABC], you can switch between half-size kana input and alphabetic input modes. In half-size kana input mode, alphabetic characters are converted in accordance with the "half-size kana/Roman character conversion table...

  • Page 878

    851 18 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION Half-size kana input-to-Roman character conversion table (part 2) XYA ャ KYA キャSYAシャTYAチャNYAニャXYI ィ KYI キィSYIシィTYIチィNYIニィXYU ュ KYU キュSYUシュTYUチュNYUニュXYE ェ KYE キェSYEシェTYEチェNYEニェXYO ョ KYO キョS...

  • Page 879

    852 18 B-64487EN/0318.5.4 Warning On the maintenance information screen, the warnings below may be generated depending on the operation performed. Warning message Meaning NO MORE SPACE An overflow occurred in CNC memory. ALARM The operation could not be performed because an alarm was generated ...

  • Page 880

    853 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION 19.1 INPUT AND OUTPUT OF DATA After you change a SRAM module, you must set various data again. This section explains how to input parameters, part programs, tool offset, and other data from an external I/O device such as a floppy disk and output them to the device. 1...

  • Page 881

    854 19 B-64487EN/037 Convenient method <1> To change parameters in bit unit, press cursor key or , then the cursor becomes bit length and you can set parameters bit by bit (Bit parameter only). <2> To set data consecutively, use key. (Example 1) This key sequence ...

  • Page 882

    855 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION 19.1.2.1 Confirming the parameters required for data output Note) Be sure that data output cannot be done in an alarm status. Parameters required for output are as follows : In addition, (*) indicates the standard setting for input/output devices made by FANUC. Chang...

  • Page 883

    856 19 B-64487EN/03Setting value Input/output device 0 RS-232-C (Used control codes DC1 to DC4) 1 FANUC CASSETTE ADAPTOR 1 (FANUC CASSETTE B1/B2)2 FANUC CASSETTE ADAPTOR 3 (FANUC CASSETTE F1) 3 FANUC PROGRAM FILE Mate, FANUC FA Card Adaptor, FANUC FLOPPY CASSETTE ADAPTOR, FANUC Handy File, FANU...

  • Page 884

    857 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#011505 ISU [Input type] Setting input [Data type] Bit ISU 0 : Output with ASCII code. 1 : Output with ISO code. (USB memory) WARNING 1 Unless data is input using ASCII codes, set this parameter to 1 to input or output data using ISO co...

  • Page 885

    858 19 B-64487EN/03 #7 #6#5#4#3#2#1#03202 NE9 NE8 [Input type] Parameter input [Data type] Bit NE9 0 : Programs of 9000s are edited. (*) 1 : Programs of 9000s can be protected. (Protected programs are not output.) NE8 0 : Programs of 8000s are edited. (*) 1 : Programs of 8000s can b...

  • Page 886

    859 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION SB2 0 : Number of stop bits is 1. 1 : Number of stop bits is 2. (*) 0102 Specification number of input/output device [Input type] Parameter input [Data type] Byte Setting value Input/output device 0 RS-232-C (Used control codes DC1 to DC4) 1 FANUC CASSETTE ADAPT...

  • Page 887

    860 19 B-64487EN/0319.1.2.9 Inputting custom macro variable values (*) If the system is equipped with the custom macro function, input the variable values. 1 Select EDIT mode. 2 Press function key then soft key [PRGRM] to display program contents. 3 Press function key and press several time...

  • Page 888

    861 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION 19.1.3 Input/Output on the ALL IO Screen Just by using the ALL IO screen, you can input programs, parameters, offset data, pitch error compensation data, macro variables, workpiece coordinate system data, operation history data, and tool management data from an extern...

  • Page 889

    862 19 B-64487EN/03"O-number" if a single program number is specified; if O-9999 is specified, the output file name is assumed to be "ALL-PROG.TXT". 7 Press soft key [EXEC]. This starts outputting the program, and "OUTPUT" blinks in the lower right part of the scre...

  • Page 890

    863 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION 5 Set the name of the file that you want to input. Type a file name, and press soft key [F NAME]. If the input file name is omitted, default input file name "TOOLOFST.TXT" is assumed. 6 Press soft key [EXEC]. This starts reading the offset data, and "IN...

  • Page 891

    864 19 B-64487EN/0319.2 MEMRY CARD SLOT 19.2.1 Overview Whether a memory card slot is provided or not depends on the hardware configuration. See the following table: Hardware configurationCard slot on LCD unitCard slot on control unitType 1 Provided No card slot Type 2 Provided Provided (This ...

  • Page 892

    865 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION 19.3 BOOT SYSTEM 19.3.1 Overview The boot system load the CNC system software (Flash ROM → DRAM), then starts it so that software can be executed. The boot system provides the following maintenance functions for the CNC: (1) Registering a file in Flash ROM Reads a ...

  • Page 893

    866 19 B-64487EN/03(2) BOOT ROM parity test results are displayed. During normal operation, the series and edition are displayed. In the event of an error, processing is stopped. (3) The ID of the DRAM MODULE installed in the CNC is displayed. (4) The ID of the SRAM MODULE installed in the CNC ...

  • Page 894

    867 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION 19.3.2 Screen Configuration and Operating Procedure When the boot system is first started, the MAIN MENU screen is displayed. This screen is described below : MAIN MENU screen (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (1) Screen title. The series and edition o...

  • Page 895

    868 19 B-64487EN/0319.3.2.1 USER DATA LOADING/SYSTEM DATA LOADING screen Description This screen is used to read a system or user file from a Memory card into Flash ROM. The USER DATA LOADING screen is used to load ROM data from a Memory card to flash memory. The SYSTEM DATA LOADING screen is u...

  • Page 896

    869 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION (3) When you select a file from the SYSTEM DATA LOADING screen, a ROM data confirmation screen is displayed for confirmation. (4) To start loading, press the soft key [YES]. To cancel, press the soft key [NO]. (5) When loading terminates normally,...

  • Page 897

    870 19 B-64487EN/0319.3.2.2 SYSTEM DATA CHECK screen Description This screen is used to list files in Flash ROM or Memory card, together with the corresponding numbers of management units in each file and the series and edition of the software. Screen configuration (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) ...

  • Page 898

    871 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION Operating procedure (1) Select either the FROM SYSTEM or MEMORY CARD SYSTEM screen. (2) Select the file that you want to confirm (for example, "NC BAS-1 (0008)"). (3) For the selected file, the management unit numbers are listed, together with the series an...

  • Page 899

    872 19 B-64487EN/0319.3.2.3 SYSTEM DATA DELETE screen Description This screen is used to delete a user file from Flash ROM or Memory card. Screen configuration (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (1) Screen title. (2) Select the FROM SYSTEM screen. (3) Select the MEMORY CARD SYSTEM screen. (4) Returni...

  • Page 900

    873 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION Screen configuration (MEMORY CARD SYSTEM screen) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (1) Screen title. (2) The size of the free space of the Memory card is displayed. (3) A list of files in the Memory card is displayed. (4) Returning to the MAIN MENU. (5) Message Operating p...

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    874 19 B-64487EN/0319.3.2.4 SYSTEM DATA SAVE screen Description This screen is used to write a user file in Flash ROM to a Memory card. Only user files can be saved from Flash ROM to a Memory card. System files cannot be saved. Screen configuration (1) (2) (3) (4) (1) Screen title...

  • Page 902

    875 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION Others (System files and user files on SYSTEM DATA SAVE screen) The SYSTEM DATA SAVE function provides a safeguard against free copying of the system files. User files, however, are not protected. Files saved from Flash ROM to a Memory card have the following names : ...

  • Page 903

    876 19 B-64487EN/03(2) If the data cannot be saved entirely onto a single Memory card, a message such as that shown below is displayed. With the power still on, insert the second Memory card and click the soft key [YES]. Press the soft key [NO] to cancel saving. (3) In this way, you can di...

  • Page 904

    877 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION (3) The system displays the following message asking whether to delete all data on the Memory card. To format the Memory card, press the soft key [YES]. (4) The system displays the following message during formatting : (5) When a card has been formatted norm...

  • Page 905

    878 19 B-64487EN/03Message Description and required action FILE OPEN ERROR. HIT SELECT KEY. FILE READ ERROR. HIT SELECT KEY. FILE SAVE ERROR. HIT SELECT KEY. Access to a Memory card failed. The Memory card’s battery may have gone dead, the Memory card may have been damaged electrically, or th...

  • Page 906

    879 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION 19.4 LED DISPLAY 19.4.1 Overview On the CNC, a 7-segment LED is installed. The 7-segment LED indication changes according to the operating status of the CNC. The 7-segment LED indications provided after the power is turned on until the CNC is ready for operation and w...

  • Page 907

    880 19 B-64487EN/03LED Display Meaning Final system operation check Fan motor error (BOOT system) Indicator initialization (BOOT system) FROM initialization (BOOT system) OPEN CNC BOOT (NCBOOT32) being executed BOOT monitoring in progress (BOOT system) If processing stops during startu...

  • Page 908

    881 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION Meaning LED Display Action Software-detected system alarm If it is generated during startup: Use BOOT to check the state of the built-in software in FROM, and check the size of DRAM. In other cases: Check the error on the alarm screen and take corrective action. The...

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    882 19 B-64487EN/0319.5 MAINTENANCE OF PERSONAL COMPUTER FUNCTION (BOOT AND IPL) 19.5.1 Overview When the CNC is connected to a personal computer via HSSB using the personal computer function, you can perform maintenance of the CNC using Ncboot32.exe. NOTE When the CNC is connected to the PC o...

  • Page 910

    883 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION System tray (Personal computer function with Windows CE) Keep tapping the icon in the system tray for one second or longer, and the popup menu, shown below, appears. For equipment without a touch panel, the popup menu can be displayed by restarting "\Storage Car...

  • Page 911

    884 19 B-64487EN/0319.5.3.1 BOOT screen The area where the file is to be placed can be changed by using the [Setting...] button. Select the memory card on the CNC or a PC folder. The file location may be changed at any time. User data operation The following screen is used for operating sy...

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    885 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION SRAM operation This screen is used to store and restore NC SRAM data. [Backup] stores SRAM data, and [Restore] restores SRAM data. In the center of the screen, the progress status is displayed. As with the NC, the backup file name is determined automatically, and ca...

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    886 19 B-64487EN/0319.5.3.2 IPL screen NOTE The contents of the IPL screen vary depending on the CNC model. Follow the instructions displayed in the menu. The CNC allows functions to be performed according to the key status set at power-on. The personal computer function with Windows XP or ...

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    887 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION 19.5.4 Other Screens 19.5.4.1 CNC alarm screen This screen appears when a system alarm is issued in the CNC. (The above screen is an example. The displayed information varies depending on the system alarm issued in the CNC.) 19.5.4.2 Status screen (Personal compute...

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    888 19 B-64487EN/03NOTE The Personal computer function with Windows CE does not provide a status screen. 19.5.4.3 Option setting screen On the option setting screen, application programs can be registered. Any programs for use with FOCAS2 will not run unless they are started after FOCAS2 star...

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    889 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION - CNC setting screen [Status]-[CNC]: Status (in hexadecimal) Bit2: End of boot processing Bit3: End of IPL processing Bit4: Maintenance mode (Position F) Bit5: Display of 30 lines on IPL/system alarm screen Bit7: Internal flag Bit8: CNC system alarm Bit9: Internal ...

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    890 19 B-64487EN/0319.6 COLOR SETTING SCREEN On the color setting (COLORING) screen, the colors of the VGA screen can be set. 19.6.1 Screen Display 1 Press function key . 2 Press the continuous menu key several times until the soft key [COLOR] is displayed. 3 Pressing the soft key [COLOR] dis...

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    891 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION Storing color settings (color palette values) Set color palette values can be stored. 1 Select a storage area by pressing the operation soft key [COLOR1], [COLOR2], or [COLOR3]. Color 1 Color 1 (standard color) data parameters (Nos. 6581 to 6595) Color 2 Color 2 dat...

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    892 19 B-64487EN/03 For [STATUS], the USB memory status is displayed as listed below. Status Description ------ No USB memory is inserted. REMOVE OK A USB memory is inserted, but no data is input or output. The USB memory can be removed and data can be input and output. ACCESSING The USB memo...

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    893 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION CAUTION While a USB memory is being formatted, do not turn the power to the CNC off or remove the USB memory, or the USB memory may be damaged. NOTE 1 Formatting may take time depending on the capacity of the USB memory and manufacturer type. Formatting on the CNC ...

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    894 19 B-64487EN/03Error No. Log message Description and required action E-0E02 The number of the opening files is over Up to 60 files can be opened simultaneously. E-0E03 The finding file is being executed More than one file cannot be searched for simultaneously. Before a file search terminate...

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    895 19 MAINTENANCE FUNCTION Error No. Log message Description and required action E-0E40 USB device is not insertedThe USB device cannot be recognized. Possible causes are: - No USB device is inserted or an attempt was made to access the USB device before recognized. - The USB device was removed...

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    896 19 B-64487EN/03Error No. Log message Description and required action E-0E88 Access is denied Possible causes are: - The specified folder or file to be deleted is read-only. - The specified file to be deleted is open. - The specified file to be opened is already open. (An attempt was made to...

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    i-1 Index <Number> 3-dimensional Machine Position Compensation ............................ 331,763 5-axis Machining Function .................................................................... 391 7-segment LED Indications (Blinking)................................................... 88...

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    i-2 Index CNC STATE DISPLAY ......................................................................... 833 CNC-PMC INTERFACE screen............................................................ 639 Code conversion................................................................................... 6...

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    i-3 B-64487EN/03Display and Edit 3................................................................................. 355 Display and Edit 4................................................................................. 356 Display and Edit 5........................................................

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    i-4 Index Ethernet / Data Server Function ........................................................... 200 ETHERNET MOUNTING LOCATIONS ................................................ 679 ETHERNET OPTIONAL BOARD.......................................................... 695 Execution of Trace.......

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    i-5 B-64487EN/03I/O MODULE VIEWER screen.............................................................. 632 Inclination Compensation ..................................................................... 283 Index Table.................................................................................

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    i-6 Index MAINTENANCE FUNCTION ................................................................ 853 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION.......................................................... 827 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION SCREEN.......................................... 846 MAINTENANCE OF PERSONAL COMPUTER...

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    i-7 B-64487EN/03Overheat Alarms (OH Alarm)................................................................ 470 Overtravel Alarms (OT Alarm) .............................................................. 463 Overview .............................................. 495,679,835,846,864,865,879,882 ...

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    i-8 Index Rotation control .................................................................................... 671 Run Hour and Parts Count Display....................................................... 297 <S> SAFETY PRECAUTIONS..............................................................

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    i-9 B-64487EN/03Spindle monitor screen......................................................................... 817 Spindle Revolution Number History Function ....................................... 746 Spindle Setting and Tuning Screen ...................................................... 814...

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    i-10 Index TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................... 718 TYPES OF VARIABLES......................................................................... 99 <U> USER DATA LOADING/SYSTEM DATA LOADING screen ................. 868 <W> WARNING....

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    r-1 Revision Record B-64487EN/03Edition Date Contents 03 Aug., 2011 • Addition of following items - Parameters- High precision oscillation function - Parameters- Arbitrary speed threading - Parameters- Spindle control based on servo motor/Cs contour control - Diagnosis information- Servo leak...

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