8. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT
Data held in CNC memory can be saved to a memory card in MS–DOS
format. Data held on a memory card can be loaded into CNC memory.
A save or load operation can be performed using soft keys while the CNC
Loading can be performed in either of two ways. In the first method, all
saved memory data is loaded. In the second method, only selected data
S 0 T0000
EDIT **** - - EMG- - 12: 15: 00
[FORMAT] [ SAVE ] [ LOAD ] [DELETE] [ ]
READ/PUNCH(M–CARD) O1234 N12345
*1 : CNC memory
512K byte 2. 000M byte S- RAM
*2 : Memory card size and type
( 1/ 1)
SRAM0_5A. FDB 524288 byte 01/ 01/ 23
*3 : Names, sizes, dates, and number of
files recorded on the memory card
COMPLETED. *4 : Operation message
TURN OFF POWER.
Select : All data
*5 : Select a desired type of load data only
when [LOAD] is selected.
[ CAN ] [ ] [ ] [ CAN ] [ EXEC ]
When [FORMAT], [SAVE], or [DELETE]
[SELECT] [ ] [ ] [ CAN ] [ EXEC ]
When [LOAD] is selected
⋅ The CNC memory size (*1) is displayed at all times.
⋅ When no memory card is inserted, the message field (*4) displays
a message prompting the user to insert a memory card, but does not
display the memory card states (*2 and *3).
⋅ If an inserted memory card is invalid (if there is no attribute
memory, or if the attribute memory does not contain any device
information), the message field (*4) displays an error message, but
does not display the memory card states (*2 and *3).