Bit 4: Operation on/off switch
The state of
Operation on/off switch
0 Off position (The input signal from HMOP are not used.)
1 On position (The input signal from HMOP are used.)
4.2.3 Input keys
By using these input signals, state of 20 input keys can be read. When the HMOP is disconnected or
the power is off or communication alarm is occurred, the signals will be all “0”.
Address Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0
X+7 (Reserved) (Reserved) (Reserved) KEY15 KEY14 KEY13 KEY12 KEY11
X+8 (Reserved) (Reserved) (Reserved) KEY25 KEY24 KEY23 KEY22 KEY21
X+9 (Reserved) (Reserved) (Reserved) KEY35 KEY34 KEY33 KEY32 KEY31
X+10 (Reserved) (Reserved) (Reserved) KEY45 KEY44 KEY43 KEY42 KEY41
KEY11 to KEY45: Input keys
0 Input key is not pressed.
1 Input key is pressed.
When HMOP is viewed from the front, key array is as follows.
KEY11 KEY 12 KEY 13 KEY 14 KEY 15
KEY 21 KEY 22 KEY 23 KEY 24 KEY 25
KEY 31 KEY 32 KEY 33 KEY 34 KEY 35
KEY 41 KEY 42 KEY 43 KEY 44 KEY 45
4.2.4 Manual pulse generator (MPG)
By using these input signals, pulse from MPG can be read.
PMC need not handle these signals because CNC handles these directly.
Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0
X+12 MPG7 MPG6 MPG5 MPG4 MPG3 MPG2 MPG1 MPG0
This value changes only when OPSW(Operation on/off switch) is 1(enable).
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