OPERATION14. SCREEN HARDCOPY
1 During the screen hardcopy operation, key input is disabled
for several tens of seconds. Until the screen hardcopy
operation ends, the screen image lies still. During this
period, the hardcopy in progress signal (F061#3) is tied to
1. No other signal is output. Avoid turning off the power
indiscriminately during that period.
2 If the [SHIFT] or [CAN] key is customized by C executor, for
instance, the screen hardcopy operation may disable the
[SHIFT] or [CAN] key.
3 A normal hard copy may not be produced while the screen
image is moving.
A hard copy of the following screens cannot be produced.
1 Screen of the FS–160i (CNC with personal computer function)
2 System alarm screen
3 Screen while RS–232–C is being used
4 Screen during automatic or manual operation (A hard copy can be
produced in a rest of the operation.)
The bitmap files created by the screen hardcopy function are named as
follows, in order in which they are created after power–up:
‘HDCPY000.BMP’ (Name of the first hardcopy file created after
‘HDCPY001.BMP’(Name of the second hardcopy file created after
1 A screen hardcopy file produced after the file HDCPY099.
BMP is output will be named as HDCPY000.BMP.
2 If a BMP file output by the screen hardcopy function has the
same name as a file present on a memory card, the file on
the memory card is overwritten unconditionally.
3 When the hardcopy function is carried out after power is
turned off and on again, the first output file is named as
HDCPY000.BMP again. If the inserted memory card has a
file having the same name, the file is unconditionally
overwritten. Note this when continuously producing hard
copies of various screens.