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    GE Fanuc AutomationComputer Numerical Control ProductsFAPT Picture and FPAssistfor WindowsOperator's ManualGFZ-66254EN/02May 2001

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    GFL-001Warnings, Cautions, and Notesas Used in this PublicationWarningWarning notices are used in this publication to emphasize that hazardous voltages, currents,temperatures, or other conditions that could cause personal injury exist in this equipment or maybe associated with its use.In situatio...

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    B-66254EN/02 TABLE OF CONTENTSc - 1TABLE OF CONTENTS1111OVERVIEWOVERVIEWOVERVIEWOVERVIEW........................................................................................................

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS B-66254EN/02c - 26.2.3Del............................................................................................................................................. 416.2.4Copy...

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    B-66254EN/02 TABLE OF CONTENTSc - 37.6.4Operation Button Setting - Setting Table (3/3)...................................................................... 857.7TOOL EXCHANGE COUNTER 2 SCR...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS B-66254EN/02c - 47.18.4Image File Name and Detail Message Setting - Setting Table (3/4) .................................. 1297.18.5Button Area Setting - Setting Table (4/4) .......

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    B-66254EN/02 1.OVERVIEW- 1 -1 OVERVIEWThe operator's touch panel screen development tool (FAPT PICTURE& FPAssist) for the 18i-LNA/Power Mate i-LNA consists of the twosoftware products lis...

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    1.OVERVIEW B-66254EN/02- 2 -+Screen creation tool (FAPT PICTURE)Locate components (such as buttons and lamps)on the screen, and set their graphical propertie...

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    B-66254EN/02 2.SPECIFICATIONS- 3 -2 SPECIFICATIONS

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    2.SPECIFICATIONS B-66254EN/02- 4 -2.1 OPERATING ENVIRONMENTTo use FAPT PICTURE & FPAssist, a personal computer with thefollowing operating environment is needed:Operat...

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    B-66254EN/02 2.SPECIFICATIONS- 5 -2.2 SCREENS CREATABLE WITH THE TOOLWith the tool, the screens listed in the table below can be created. Thetable also indicates the number of screens that can be create...

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    2.SPECIFICATIONS B-66254EN/02- 6 -NOTE5 By selecting the screen type, user-created screen, ascreen close to the standard screen can be createdand registered in the screen ...

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    B-66254EN/02 2.SPECIFICATIONS- 7 -2.3 RESTRICTIONSThe types of characters displayable on the screen are limited to thosecharacters that are usable with the C language executor. For details,see Appendix ...

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    2.SPECIFICATIONS B-66254EN/02- 8 -2.4 SETTING ON THE CNC SIDEThe following parameters must be set on the CNC to enable a screencreated with the tool to be displayed on the...

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    B-66254EN/02 2.SPECIFICATIONS- 9 -2.5 CREATING A SCREEN IN A LANGUAGE OTHER THANJAPANESEFAPT PICTURE & FPAssist E3.00 and later support screens inEnglish and Polish. By setting the output language s...

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    2.SPECIFICATIONS B-66254EN/02- 10 -2.6 I/O DEDICATED TO THE OPERATOR'S PANELAn operator's touch panel created using FAPT PICTURE & FPAssistuses 48 bits from M0112.0 to...

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    B-66254EN/02 3.INSTALLING THE TOOL- 11 -3 INSTALLING THE TOOL

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    3.INSTALLING THE TOOL B-66254EN/02- 12 -3.1 INSTALLING Microsoft Visual BasicFirst, install Microsoft Visual Basic in the personal computer. Forinstallation, execute Setup. For details...

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    B-66254EN/02 3.INSTALLING THE TOOL- 13 -3.2 INSTALLING FAPT PICTURE & FPAssist<1> Insert disk 1 of FAPT PICTURE & FPAssist into the floppydrive (A:\).<2> Click Run on the Start menu of Windows...

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    3.INSTALLING THE TOOL B-66254EN/02- 14 -The following dialog box can be used to select the type of a tool forassisting machine operator's panel screen creation (FPAssist) to beinstalle...

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    B-66254EN/02 3.INSTALLING THE TOOL- 15 -3.3 UNINSTALLING FAPT PICTURE & FPAssistThis section describes how to uninstall FAPT PICTURE & FPAssist.It is a good idea to perform this uninstallation procedure b...

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    4.USING FAPT PICTURE B-66254EN/02- 16 -4 USING FAPT PICTURE

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    B-66254EN/02 4.USING FAPT PICTURE- 17 -4.1 ACTIVATING FAPT PICTURETo activate FAPT PICTURE, double-click the icon for FAPTPICTURE & FPAssist. The following menu appears:The function of each menu item is ind...

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    4.USING FAPT PICTURE B-66254EN/02- 18 -Menu itemFunctionMake MEMThis item creates screen data to be read into the CNC.A memory card file named Cex0fpdt.mem is created.The boot functi...

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    B-66254EN/02 4.USING FAPT PICTURE- 19 -You may have installed two FPAssist editions for Excel95 andExcel2000 on your Windows that has been set to use Japanese. Evenin this case, you can call the appropriate Exc...

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    4.USING FAPT PICTURE B-66254EN/02- 20 -[Excel95] and [Excel2000]:Set the execution program names and the full paths to the foldersin which execution programs have been installed. Aft...

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    B-66254EN/02 4.USING FAPT PICTURE- 21 -4.2 PROCEDURE FOR SCREEN CREATIONThe procedure for creating an operator's panel screen with FAPTPICTURE & FPAssist is indicated below.Download the screen datafrom the ...

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    4.USING FAPT PICTURE B-66254EN/02- 22 -4.3 CREATING A NEW PROJECTCreate a new project according to the procedure below.<1> Click New Project on the menu.A dialog box for enteri...

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    B-66254EN/02 4.USING FAPT PICTURE- 23 -<5> In the dialog box indicated below, you can select from:a) Creating a new project.b) Restoring a project from existing screen data (MEM file)When creating a new p...

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    4.USING FAPT PICTURE B-66254EN/02- 24 -When Get from MEM File is selectedSelect this option when restoring a project from existing screen data(MEM file). This option is used, for exa...

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    B-66254EN/02 4.USING FAPT PICTURE- 25 -4.4 OPENING A PROJECTThis function is used to select a project already created.Click Open Project on the menu. The Open dialog box appears. Selecta project file (xxx.fpp) ...

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    4.USING FAPT PICTURE B-66254EN/02- 26 -4.5 EDITING A PROJECTThis function is used to create an operator's panel screen that is otherthan the standard screens for Toyota Motor and is ...

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    B-66254EN/02 4.USING FAPT PICTURE- 27 -4.6 ACTIVATING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL(FPAssist)With FPAssist, the sixteen types of standard screens for Toyota Motordescribed in Section 2.2, "SCREENS CREAT...

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    4.USING FAPT PICTURE B-66254EN/02- 28 -4.7 CREATING MEMORY CARD FORMAT DATAConvert FAPT PICTURE screen data created with FPAssist tomemory card format data according to the procedure...

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    B-66254EN/02 4.USING FAPT PICTURE- 29 -Click OK in the Making memory card file dialog box to creatememory card format data. When a memory card format file namedCex0fpdt.mem is created, the message "A memor...

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    4.USING FAPT PICTURE B-66254EN/02- 30 -4.8 COPYING OPERATOR'S PANEL SCREEN DATA AND THEFP DRIVER TO A MEMORY CARDCopy operator's panel screen data (CEX0FPDT.MEM) held on thepersonal ...

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    B-66254EN/02 4.USING FAPT PICTURE- 31 -4.9 COMPOSITE SCREEN DISPLAYWhen a machine operator's panel screen is created with FPAssist, itsconstituent screens (subscreens) such as a lamp screen, button screen,and m...

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    4.USING FAPT PICTURE B-66254EN/02- 32 -When you click the [Base Screen] pull-down list box, a list of screens(base screens) making up a machine operator's panel is displayed.Among th...

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    B-66254EN/02 4.USING FAPT PICTURE- 33 -<6> Open the project explorer window of Visual Basic, then selectand double-click a composite screen form. The objects of theform are displayed. This display represe...

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    4.USING FAPT PICTURE B-66254EN/02- 34 -4.9.2 Method of Composite Screen OutputThe method of printing out a composite screen with Visual Basic(abbreviated as VB) and Paint is indicate...

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    B-66254EN/02 4.USING FAPT PICTURE- 35 -4.10 Assistant V-UPFPAssist for Excel95 V2.11 or earlier can be upgraded to FPAssist forExcel2000. However, the Ver. UP button provided with FPAssist forExcel95 V2.11 or e...

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    5.DOWNLOADING SCREEN DATA TO THE CNC B-66254EN/02- 36 -5 DOWNLOADING SCREEN DATA TO THECNCThe operator's panel screen data (CEX0FPDT.MEM) or FP driver(INTFPCEX.MEM) copied to the memory card can be downloadedthe CNC and written to th...

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    B-66254EN/02 5.DOWNLOADING SCREEN DATA TO THE CNC- 37 -CAUTIONThe method of writing to F-ROM based on bootprocessing can be used only with the followingversion and later of the boot software:60M3/O7

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    6.OPERATING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 38 -6 OPERATING THE SCREEN CREATIONSUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)

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    B-66254EN/02 6.OPERATING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 39 -6.1 OVERVIEW OF FPAssistFPAssist is the screen creation support tool for facilitating thecreation of standard screens for Toyota Motor. Standard screens forToyota Motor can be created simply by entering charac...

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    6.OPERATING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 40 -6.2 REGISTERING/CHANGING/DELETING OPERATOR'SPANEL SCREENSOperation buttons for assigning machine operator's panel screens tomenu buttons, deleting screens already assigned to menu buttons, andchanging scre...

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    B-66254EN/02 6.OPERATING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 41 -6.2.2 MoveThis button is used to change the screen number (= menu buttonassignment location) of a screen already created. In the screen list ofthe [Setting of the entire system (1/4) Screen registration] sheet...

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    6.OPERATING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 42 -6.2.4 CopyThis button is used to create a new screen by copying an existingscreen. In the screen list of the [Setting of the entire system (1/4)Screen registration] sheet, select (click) the screen name of...

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    B-66254EN/02 6.OPERATING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 43 -6.3 CHECKING SCREEN DATAEach work sheet of FPAssist has a Check button for each setting table.The Check button enables you to check if data set is correct. TheCheck all button of the whole setting work sheet e...

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    6.OPERATING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 44 -6.4 CONVERTING DATATo create screen data from a work sheet of FPAssist, click theConvert button of the [Setting of the entire system (1/4) Screenregistration] sheet. Set necessary data in all work sheets a...

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    B-66254EN/02 6.OPERATING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 45 -6.5 VERSION DISPLAYClick the Version button of the [Setting of the entire system (1/4)Screen registration] sheet to display the version information ofFPAssist. When making an inquiry about this software, obtai...

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    6.OPERATING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 46 -6.6 UPGRADING TO THE LATEST VERSIONClick the Ver. up button of the [Setting of the entire system (1/4)Screen registration] sheet to transport the screen data set in FPAssistcurrently opened to data of FPAs...

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    B-66254EN/02 6.OPERATING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 47 -6.7 MINIMIZATIONClick the Minimize button of the [Setting of the entire system (1/4)Screen registration] sheet to reduce a FPAssist work sheet to aminimum size. A minimized FPAssist work sheet becomes a worksh...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 48 -7 SCREEN CREATION USING THESCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL(FPAssist)

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 49 -7.1 SCREEN CREATION PROCEDURE USING FPAssistThe flowchart below shows the procedure for creating an operator'spanel screen with FPAssist.Activate FPAssistRegister necessary screens inthe screen regis...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 50 -7.2 SCREEN REGISTRATION AND SETTING OF THE ENTIRESYSTEM7.2.1 Edition Display ScreenImmediately after the power to the CNC system is turned on and thesystem is activated, the operator's touch pane...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 51 -7.2.2 Screen Switch MenuBasically, one of the screen switch menus shown below is displayedat the right edge of each operator's panel screen. Two types of screenswitch menus are available: a 4-button ...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 52 -7.2.3 Registering ScreensTo assign a screen to a screen switch button, register the screen in the[Setting of the entire system (1/4) Screen registration] sheet (settingtable 1/4) of FPAssist. In ...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 53 -7.2.4 Screen Registration - Setting Table (1/4)This setting table consists of fields for setting the name, version, andlanguage of an operator's panel to be created, and columns forregistering screen...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 54 -N1: Number of lines of a character string displayed on a screenswitch button. (3 lines max.)N2: Set whether to use (1)/not use (0) the screen switch buttons.(When no data is entered, the specific...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 55 -7.2.5 Automatic Screen Switching, Initial Screen Setting, etc. -Setting Table (2/4)By setting the names of screens and signal addresses for calling thosescreens in the automatic screen switching sett...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 56 -stop screen when the buzzer stop screen is displayed, the buzzerOFF signal is output. This signal continues to be 1 until thecalling signal for the buzzer stop screen is set to 0. While thebuzzer...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 57 -of the screen is set to follow the priority of the screen selectedwith the combo box in the column of the order of prioritydesignated signals. Higher entries in automatic screen switchingsetting tabl...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 58 -A1_5: Address of the back-light off inhibit signal. Whilethis signal is on, the back-light is not turned off.A1_6: Address of the "acquired alarm code" signal outputwhen the operator's ...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 59 -G2: From the combo box, select the name of anoperator's panel screen to be displayed first after theedition display screen.S4, S6, S8: Set character strings to be displayed in the ten-keypad for nume...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 60 -7.2.6 Shift Time Setting - Setting Table (3/4)In this table, set character strings to be displayedon the fault count screen and operationalsituation screen. When the default characterstrings are ...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 61 -7.2.7 Output of Internal Operator's Panel Data - Setting Table (4/4)With FAPT PICTURE & FPAssist E2.14 and later, the data managedwithin the operator's panel and listed below can be transferred t...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 62 -N1: Set whether to use the function for transferring operator's paneldata to the PMC. (0: Not use, 1: Use)A1: Specify an operator's panel data transfer destination PMCaddress. Only an address in ...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 63 -7.3 FAULT DISPLAY SCREENThe fault display screen consists of 63 lamps (LMP01-63) and 7manual buttons (BTN01-07) arranged as shown below. The faultdisplay screen is used to display fault states with l...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 64 -7.3.1 ComponentsThe specifications of the lamps and manual buttons that make up thescreen are described below.7.3.1.1 LMP01 to LMP63: LampsThese lamps provide the following indications according ...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 65 -Button stateOFFONLamp turn-onaddressOFFONOFFONFrame colorFrame OFF colorDisplay lamp colorLamp OFFcolorLamp ONcolorLamp ONcolorLamp OFFcolorCharacter colorCharacterOFF colorCharacterON colorCharacter...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 66 -another screen, the buttons are set to OFF, and the output addressesare set to OFF. Except for the above, alternate button A operates in the same way asthe momentary button with a lamp.<5> ...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 67 -7.3.2 Lamp Setting - Setting Table (1/2)S8: Set a character string to be displayed on each fault display lamp.(8 half-size characters max.)N1: Number of lines of a character string above (2 lines max...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 68 -7.3.3 Button Area Setting - Setting Table (2/2)S8: Set a character string to be displayed on each button. (8 half-sizecharacters max.)N1: Number of lines of a character string above (4 lines max....

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 69 -7.4 MANUAL OPERATION SCREEN (COMMONSPECIFICATIONS FOR PAGE 1 AND PAGE 2)7.4.1 Screen ConfigurationThe manual operation screen consists of a lamp area, manual buttonarea, and numeric display area. The...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 70 -(3/3) Parameter setting for numeric display]. Up to two pages ofnumeric display can be set for display. In this case, the number switchbutton can be used to switch between the pages.NameNumericva...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 71 -7.4.2 Lamp and Manual Button Setting - Setting Tables (1/3, 2/3)Each of the lamp area setting table and manual button area settingtable has setting lines for two pages. Whether to use page 2 can besp...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 72 -7.4.3 Numeric Display Area Setting - Setting Table (3/3)In the table below, set the addresses of data and item names to bedisplayed in the numeric display area. The table has setting lines fortwo...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 73 -7.5 NC OPERATION SCREEN7.5.1 Screen ConfigurationThe NC operation screen is used to operate the CNC. The NCoperation screen consists of a lamp area (LMP01 to LMP12) fordisplaying NC states, a button ...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 74 -NC fault.ALARM/FAULTMESSAGEFANUC 18iNC typeAlarm/Error codeALARM/Error message7.5.1.2 Axis coordinate display subscreenThe coordinate value and tolerance situation of a selected axis aredisplayed...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 75 -display pattern. An appropriate display pattern is selectedautomatically according to the number of axes set in theCoordinate/Axis No. correspondence table of the [NC operationscreen (3/4) Parameter ...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 76 -7.5.2 Lamp Area and Button Area Setting - Setting Tables (1/4, 2/4)The method of lamp and button setting is the same as for the faultdisplay screen. Up to two lines can be displayed on each of th...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 77 -7.5.3 Path Selection Signal Setting - Setting Table (3/4)In the setting table (3/4), set the addresses of an alarm code, tolerancestatus code, axis coordinate value, and axis selection signal. Theadd...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 78 -A1_4 : Set the address of the path selection signal used to choosewhether to display path 1 information or path 2 information.Path 1 is selected when the path selection signal is set to 0.Path 2 ...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 79 -7.5.4 Fault Message Setting - Setting Table (4/4)In the setting table (4/4), the alarm messages corresponding to alarmnumbers are already set. Do not modify the settings.If an alarm is issued from th...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 80 -7.6 TOOL EXCHANGE COUNTER 1 SCREEN7.6.1 Screen ConfigurationThe tool exchange counter 1 screen consists of three counter areapages each consisting of six counters (CNT01 to CNT06), threebutton ar...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 81 -the [Tool exchange counter screen (2/3) Parameter settings forcounter signal] sheet.NAMETOOL1 PRE-LIMITPREV. 100INPUT 251234567890CLRCLOSESETPREV. boxINPUT boxTen-key...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 82 -The conventional specification specifies that even if 0 is set for all ofthe pre-forecast, forecast, and stop values, the current value counterperforms count operation when the count signal is in...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 83 -7.6.2 Counter Setting - Setting Table (1/3)In the setting table (1/3), set the tool names to be displayed on thecounter selection buttons (CTN01 to CTN06), and the addresses of acount signal, reset s...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 84 -7.6.3 Ten-Key Pad Setting - Setting Table (2/3)In the setting table (2/3), set a character string to be displayed in theten-key pad name field, and the addresses of count-up signals for pre-forec...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 85 -7.6.4 Operation Button Setting - Setting Table (3/3)The method of button setting is the same as for the fault displayscreen. Note, however, that a name not longer than three lines can bedisplayed on ...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 86 -7.7 TOOL EXCHANGE COUNTER 2 SCREENThe tool exchange counter 2 screen is the same as the tool exchangecounter 1 screen except that all operation buttons are deleted andsome counters are added. The...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 87 -The method of setting the table above is the same as for the toolexchange counter 1 screen. A button name consisting of up to twolines can be specified for the buttons CNT01 to CTN16.The method of se...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 88 -7.8 TOOL COMPENSATION COUNTER SCREEN7.8.1 Screen ConfigurationThe tool compensation counter screen consists of four counter areapages each consisting of five counters (OFS01 to OFS05), four butto...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 89 -7.8.1.1 Setting and display of limit valuesWhen you press a button in the LIMIT column, a ten-key pad appearsat the center over the current screen. The PREV. box of the ten-keypad displays the value ...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 90 -7.8.1.3 Display and resetting of a current valueWhen you touch the name button of a tool in the name column, thebutton is turned on in orange, indicating that the button is selected.The buttons i...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 91 -7.8.1.5 When two paths are usedWhen the NC is based on the 2-path control specification, this screenis used to control the tool compensation values of both path 1 andpath 2. So, this screen allows th...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 92 -7.8.2 Setting of Counter Names and So Forth - Setting Table (1/3)In the setting table (1/3), set tool names to be displayed on the toolselection buttons (OFS01 to OFS05), a character string to be...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 93 -7.8.3 Counter Signal Setting - Setting Table (2/3)In the setting table (2/3), set the addresses of incremental-offset-related signals. The addresses based on the milling machinespecification are set ...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 94 -NOTEWhen performing an incremental-offset-relatedoperation with a PMC ladder, change the addressesin the table above to PMC addresses and switch theoperator's panel signals to PMC signals on the ...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 95 -7.9 RUNNING DISPLAY SCREEN7.9.1 Screen ConfigurationThe running display screen consists of a lamp area, numeric displayarea, and running display area. The functions of the lamp area andnumeric displa...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 96 -7.9.2 Lamp Area Setting - Setting Table (1/3)The method of lamp setting is the same as for the fault display screen.7.9.3 Numeric Display Area Setting - Setting Table (2/3)The method of numeric d...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 97 -7.9.4 Running Display Lamp Setting - Setting Table (3/3)A1: Set the address of a signal for turning on a lamp.

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 98 -7.10 RUNNING DISPLAY 2 SCREEN7.10.1 Screen ConfigurationThe running display 2 screen consists of a lamp area, numeric displayarea, and running display area. The functions of the lamp area andnume...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 99 -7.10.2 Lamp Area Setting - Setting Table (1/3)The method of lamp setting is the same as for the fault display screen.7.10.3 Numeric Display Area Setting - Setting Table (2/3)The method of numeric dis...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 100 -7.10.4 Operation Indicator Lamp Setting - Setting Table (3/3)S14: Set the name of a running status to be displayed on the left sideof the running display area. Up to 16 items can be wet.The name...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 101 -7.11 FAULT COUNT SCREEN (USED FOR 36 AND 168 FAULTITEMS)7.11.1 Screen ConfigurationThe fault count screen is used to count and display the number offaults and the fault stop times for up to 168 faul...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 102 -7.11.1.1 Counting of the number of faults and measurement of stoptimeThe operator's panel performs processing necessary for display of thisscreen, such as the counting of the number of faults, m...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 103 -7.11.1.2 Page switch methodPages as many as the value set in No. of pages of the [Parametersettings for Fault number list screen] sheet are created. You canswitch between pages by using the two arro...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 104 -7.11.2 Fault Count Related Setting - Setting Table (1/1)Set fault names, the addresses of fault count signals, and characterstrings to be displayed on the page selection buttons of the fault cou...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 105 -7.12 CYCLE TIME MEASUREMENT SCREEN7.12.1 Screen ConfigurationThe cycle time measurement screen enables you to measure cycletimes for up to 36 types of operation items and display the latest tenmeasu...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 106 -Measurementstart signalMeasurementstop signalCycle time> 500ms> 500msMeasurementstart/screen shiftMeasurementstop7.12.1.2 Level type operationThe measurement start, measurement stop, and s...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 107 -7.12.2 Cycle Time Item Name and Measurement Signal Setting -Setting Table (1/1)In the setting table (1/1), set cycle time item names, and the addressesof cycle time measurement start and stop signal...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 108 -7.13 CYCLE TIME SETTING SCREENThe cycle time setting screen is used to set a standard value displayedin the standard value field of the cycle time measurement screen.Register the screen in a spa...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 109 -7.14 OPERATIONAL SITUATION SCREEN7.14.1 Screen ConfigurationOPERATIONAL SITUATION2001 2/01 17:10TODAYBEFORE1WEEKNAMENUMBER ACC.TIME NUMBER ACC.TIME NUMBER ACC.TIME[ITEM1]EQIPMENT FAULT<1><...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 110 -Item 9 displays a value calculated using the formula below based onthe values of items 1 to 6 and collection time (default: 460 minutes).The default name of item 9 is OPERATION RATE.Operation ra...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 111 -7.14.2 Operational Situation Item SettingThe operational situation screen is displayed using the values of faultcounters and the cycle time counters. In the setting table, set the faultcounter numbe...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 112 -7.15 MANUAL OPERATION 2 SCREEN7.15.1 Screen SpecificationLMP01 LMP02 LMP03 LMP04 LMP05 LMP06 LMP07Lamp Page LMP08 LMP09 LMP10 LMP11 LMP12 LMP13 LMP14Button Page LMP15 LMP16 LMP17 LMP18 L...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 113 -7.15.2 Lamp and Button Area Setting - Setting Table (1/4, 2/4, 3/4)The method of lamp and button setting is the same as for the manualoperation screen.N1_1 : Set whether to use page 2 of the lamp di...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 114 -N1_3 : Set whether to use page 2 of the numeric display area. (Use =1, Not use = 0)S8: Set a character string to be displayed on a page switch button.N2: Set whether to use signal monitor displa...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 115 -7.16 OPERATION STATUS MONITOR SCREENThe operation status monitor screen is used for monitoring of thecommand signal and motion end signal of each motion. Up to threepages or up to 72 items can be mo...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 116 -A1_2 : Set the address of the end signal (motion end) of a motion.N1: Set the number of pages of the operation status monitorscreen.(Set motion items sequentially starting with No. 1 on the tabl...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 117 -7.17 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDANCE SCREENThe troubleshooting guidance screen is used to display the presumedcause of an alarm issued from the machine and a corrective action tobe taken. With FAPT PICTURE...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 118 -N1: Set a guidance screen number. When an alarm code is sentfrom the PLC/PMC through an address set in [Setting of theentire system (2/4)], the operator's panel displays the data ofthe same scre...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 119 -S10: Character string to be displayed at the start of the measurefield. After this character string, the character string set inS255 is displayed.S255: Character string to be displayed in the measur...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 120 -7.17.1.2 Detailed guidance screenThis screen is displayed when you press the DETAIL button on thetroubleshooting guidance screen.The left-hand side of this screen displays an image indicating a ...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 121 -When you click this line additionbutton, cells for 10 lines are added tothe table.N1: Screen number. Set the screen number of the troubleshootingguidance screen from which a detailed guidance screen...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 122 -7.18 FLOW DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN7.18.1 Screen ConfigurationWhen an NC or machine fault occurs, the flow diagnostic screenfacilitates the determination of the cause and action for correction. Bysettin...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 123 -For each flow diagnostic message, a detailed description and imagedata can be registered ([Flow diagnostic screen (3/4)]). When a flowdiagnostic message with a detailed description and image datareg...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 124 -No.MessageIDAlarm namePresumed cause2M407Excessivesynchronousaxis errorTwo axes to be movedsynchronously lost mechanicalsynchronism with each other andare placed in a twisted state.3M409Abnormal...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 125 -7.18.1.2 Method of alarm code transferAlarm codes must be transferred from the PLC/PMC to the operator'spanel periodically. If the same alarm code cannot be received evenwhen the time set in Alarm e...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 126 -7.18.2 Fault Title and Presumed Cause Setting - Setting Table (1/4)When you click this line addition button, cellsfor the number of lines selected in the left-handcombo box are added to the tabl...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 127 -S32_2 : Character string to be displayed in lines 1, 2 and 3 of thepresumed cause field of the flow diagnostic screen (32 half-size characters or 16 full-size characters max.)S6_3: Set the message I...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 128 -7.18.3 Flow Diagnostic Message Setting - Setting Table (2/4)S6: Message ID and next message IDA message ID is an ID assigned to a flow diagnostic message.A character string not longer than 6 hal...

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    B-66254EN/02 7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)- 129 -7.18.4 Image File Name and Detail Message Setting - Setting Table(3/4)S6: Message ID. Set the same message ID as for a flow diagnosticmessage (setting table 2/4) that calls a detailed descriptionscr...

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    7.SCREEN CREATION USING THE SCREEN CREATION SUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist) B-66254EN/02- 130 -7.18.5 Button Area Setting - Setting Table (4/4)Using the setting table (4/4), define the functions of the operationbuttons displayed at the bottom of the screen. Up to 50 groups, eachconsisting...

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    APPENDIX

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX A.DISPLAYABLE CHARACTERS- 133 -A DISPLAYABLE CHARACTERS

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    A.DISPLAYABLE CHARACTERS APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 134 -A.1 ONE-BYTE CHARACTERSThe characters in the ranges 20-7F and A0-DF listed below can bedisplayed.NOTEWh...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX A.DISPLAYABLE CHARACTERS- 135 -A.2 TWO-BYTE CHARACTERSA.2.1 JIS Level 1Among the kanji characters defined by JIS level 1, those charactersthat can be displayed with the C language executor are l...

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    A.DISPLAYABLE CHARACTERS APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 136 -

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX A.DISPLAYABLE CHARACTERS- 137 -

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    A.DISPLAYABLE CHARACTERS APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 138 -

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX A.DISPLAYABLE CHARACTERS- 139 -

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    A.DISPLAYABLE CHARACTERS APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 140 -A.2.2 JIS Level 2Among the kanji characters defined by JIS level 2, the characterslisted below only can...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX A.DISPLAYABLE CHARACTERS- 141 -A.2.3 FANUC Special CharactersThe table below lists the FANUC special characters assigned to JISlevel-1 codes.NumberSJIS [JIS ]FANUCCharacter1885F [2F40]752Right a...

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    B.LADDER DIAGRAM FOR COMPENSATION PROCESSING ON THE TOOL COMPENSATION COUNTER SCREEN APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 142 -B LADDER DIAGRAM FORCOMPENSATION PROCESSING ON THETOOL COMPENSATION COUNTERSCREENThis ladder diagram provides an example of basic operation forcompensation value I/O input (with no...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX B.LADDER DIAGRAM FOR COMPENSATION PROCESSING ON THE TOOL COMPENSATION COUNTER SCREEN- 143 -

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    B.LADDER DIAGRAM FOR COMPENSATION PROCESSING ON THE TOOL COMPENSATION COUNTER SCREEN APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 144 -

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX B.LADDER DIAGRAM FOR COMPENSATION PROCESSING ON THE TOOL COMPENSATION COUNTER SCREEN- 145 -

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    C.FLOW DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGE INPUT PROCEDURE APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 146 -C FLOW DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGE INPUTPROCEDURE

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX C.FLOW DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGE INPUT PROCEDURE- 147 -C.1 OVERVIEWBy entering data in FPAssist sheets, create a FANUC Series 18i-LNAflow diagnosis function database (character strings to be displayed onthe screen and diagnosis flow information for flow diagnosi...

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    C.FLOW DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGE INPUT PROCEDURE APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 148 -C.2 DATA CREATION AND INPUT PROCEDUREC.2.1 Creating Display Information for Each Alarm/InformationRequired for Diagnosis FlowsFirst, create information to be displayed when an alarm is issued, anda dia...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX C.FLOW DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGE INPUT PROCEDURE- 149 -Example of handling data: 014 High pressure coolant fault

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    C.FLOW DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGE INPUT PROCEDURE APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 150 -C.2.2 Input of Data into Excel SheetsEnter data created in Section 2.1 into Excel sheets for each alarmnumber.C.2.2.1 Input of data into the fault diagnostic screen sheetEnter a fault code, fault name ...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX C.FLOW DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGE INPUT PROCEDURE- 151 -C.2.2.2 Entering data in the flow diagnosis sheetAccording to a created flowchart, enter flow diagnostic messages inthe setting table (2/4).(See Fig. 2 below.)<4><1><3><2><5>Fig...

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    C.FLOW DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGE INPUT PROCEDURE APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 152 -NOTEAbout calling the machine flow diagnosis from anNC alarmIf the necessity of diagnosis on the machine side isconcluded after an NC alarm flow diagnosis, thetroubleshooting guidance function calls a ...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX C.FLOW DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGE INPUT PROCEDURE- 153 -<4> Button GRP numberSpecify the group number of the touch buttons to be displayed atthe bottom of the screen. For details, see the description the flowdiagnostic screen.<5> Note columnInformatio...

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    D.METHOD OF TRANSFERRING OPERATOR'S PANEL DATA APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 154 -D METHOD OF TRANSFERRINGOPERATOR'S PANEL DATA

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX D.METHOD OF TRANSFERRING OPERATOR'S PANEL DATA- 155 -D.1 FUNCTION OVERVIEWAmong the machine operator's panel data items stored in the SRAM,the data items listed below can be transferred to a specified D area ofthe PMC at certain intervals.- Tool exchange counter sc...

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    D.METHOD OF TRANSFERRING OPERATOR'S PANEL DATA APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 156 -D.2 DATA STRUCTUREThe structure of data transferred to a D area is indicated below. Alldata is represented as binary values. With FPAssist, specify the startaddress of a D area to which data is to be transferr...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX D.METHOD OF TRANSFERRING OPERATOR'S PANEL DATA- 157 -Operation rate of today (4 bytes) 992 996OK part rate of today (4 bytes)100810121016Equipment fault occurrence time of today (4 bytes)Tool exchange time of today (4 bytes) Quality check time of today (4 bytes)Con...

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    D.METHOD OF TRANSFERRING OPERATOR'S PANEL DATA APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 158 -D.3 METHOD OF TRANSFERRING OPERATOR'S PANEL DATAWITH THE FL-net FUNCTIONThis section describes how machine operator's panel data transferredto a D area can be read by another machine connected via FL-net.For d...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX D.METHOD OF TRANSFERRING OPERATOR'S PANEL DATA- 159 -(2) Setting the FL-net parameters (on the client side)*The client side means the machine that requests the serverside to transfer the SRAM data of the machine operator'spanel.On the FL-net parameter setting scree...

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    D.METHOD OF TRANSFERRING OPERATOR'S PANEL DATA APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 160 -(3) Method of creating a user project for transferring server sidedataThe flow of a user program that starts with the issue of a datatransfer request to the server and ends with the actual transfer ofdata is s...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX D.METHOD OF TRANSFERRING OPERATOR'S PANEL DATA- 161 -Transferrequest/response flagRequest statusResponse statusCancel flagDestination node number(Reserved)Transaction code(Reserved)Offset address ofvirtual address spaceData sizeStart address of theread data buffer ...

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    D.METHOD OF TRANSFERRING OPERATOR'S PANEL DATA APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 162 -<3> Wait until a value other than 1 is returned to the responseflag.Wait until a value other than 1 is returned to the transferrequest/response flag of the transmission interface area.While the transfer ...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX E.OPERATOR'S PANEL SIGNAL MAP- 163 -E OPERATOR'S PANEL SIGNAL MAPWhen the built-in PLC is used without using the PMC, the operator'spanel is connected with a PLC ladder program via the M/N areasindicated below. The pages that...

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    E.OPERATOR'S PANEL SIGNAL MAP APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 164 -Inputs to the CNCConventional interfaceN0000Interface for the second spindleInterface for controlling the firstindexing axisInterface for data transferInterface for controlli...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX E.OPERATOR'S PANEL SIGNAL MAP- 165 -E.1 PLC →→→→ OPERATOR'S PANEL (N0080 TO N0254)76543210N0080(0280)Tool page 1forecastscreenTool page 3stop screenTool page 2stop screenTool page 1stop screenNC-relatedfault screenEqu...

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    E.OPERATOR'S PANEL SIGNAL MAP APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 166 -76543210M0107(0358)Manualoperation 1blinkingBTN16Manualoperation 1blinkingBTN15Manualoperation 1blinkingBTN14Manualoperation 1blinkingBTN13Manualoperation 1blinkingBTN12Manua...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX E.OPERATOR'S PANEL SIGNAL MAP- 167 -76543210N0139(0458)NC operationblinkingBTN28NC operationblinkingBTN27NC operationblinkingBTN26NC operationblinkingBTN25↑N0140(0460)Tool exchange1 CNT08Tool exchange1 CNT07Tool exchange1 C...

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    E.OPERATOR'S PANEL SIGNAL MAP APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 168 -76543210N0172(0560)Toolcompensation2 turn-onBTN03Toolcompensation2 turn-onBTN02Toolcompensation2 turn-onBTN01Toolcompensation1 turn-onBTN05Toolcompensation1 turn-onBTN04Toolc...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX E.OPERATOR'S PANEL SIGNAL MAP- 169 -76543210N0199(0638)Operationstatus 3commandLMP31Operationstatus 3commandLMP29Operationstatus 3commandLMP27Operationstatus 3commandLMP25Operationstatus 3commandLMP23Operationstatus 3commandL...

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    E.OPERATOR'S PANEL SIGNAL MAP APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 170 -76543210N0227(0718)Fault 144occurrenceFault 143occurrenceFault 142occurrenceFault 141occurrenceFault 140occurrenceFault 139occurrenceFault 138occurrenceFault 137occurrence↑...

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    B-66254EN/02 APPENDIX E.OPERATOR'S PANEL SIGNAL MAP- 171 -E.2 OPERATOR'S PANEL →→→→ PLC (M0112 TO M0141)M0112 to M0117 are dedicated to the operator's panel, and cannot be usedfor any other purposes.76543210M0112(0380)Menu 2blinking 3Menu ...

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    E.OPERATOR'S PANEL SIGNAL MAP APPENDIX B-66254EN/02- 172 -76543210M0134(0430)Tool exchange1 outputBTN08Tool exchange1 outputBTN07Tool exchange1 outputBTN06Tool exchange1 outputBTN05Tool exchange1 outputBTN04Tool exchange1 outputBTN0...

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    B-66254EN/02 INDEXi - 1INDEXAAAAACTIVATING FAPT PICTURE....................... 17ACTIVATING THE SCREEN CREATIONSUPPORT TOOL (FPAssist)........................ 27A...

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    INDEX B-66254EN/02i - 2Fault Title and Presumed Cause Setting -Setting Table (1/4)....................................... 126FLOW DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGE INPUTPROCE...

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    B-66254EN/02 INDEXi - 3Operation Button Setting - Setting Table (3/3)................................................................. 85, 94Operation for Composi...

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    INDEX B-66254EN/02i - 4UPGRADING TO THE LATEST VERSION... 46USING FAPT PICTURE .................................. 16VVVVVERSION DISPLAY ..........................

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    Revision RecordFAPT PICTURE & FPAssist (For Windows) OPERATOR’S MANUAL(B-66254EN)02May, 2001Addition of explanations in following sections : 3.2 INSTALLING FAPT PICTURE & FPASSIST 4.1 ACTIVATING FAPT PICTURE 4.3 CREATING A NEW PROJECTAddition of following sections : 3.3 UNINSTALLING FAP...

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