Fanuc Power Mate i-D/H Maintenance Manual

7. TROUBLESHOOTING
B63175EN/03
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NOTE
1 The HOPSTP, HOPENB, and HOPEMG signals are valid
only when the HOPATH signal is 1.
2 Unless cables are connected correctly, correct signal values
cannot be output.
3 When the handy operators panel (Type B) is used, this
signal is ignored.
The deadmans switch status is determined as follows:
(1)When the signals mentioned previously are in the following states,
both the deadmans switches are released:
D HOPATH(F0208#0)=1
D HOPSTP(F0175#5)=0
D HOPENB(F0175#6)=1
D HOPEMG(F0175#7)=1
(2)When the signals mentioned previously are in the following states, at
least one deadmans switch is pressed:
D HOPATH(F0208#0)=1
D HOPSTP(F0175#5)=0
D HOPENB(F0175#6)=1
D HOPEMG(F0175#7)=0
NOTE
1 If the HOPATH signal (F0208 #0) is 0 (the handy operators
panel is not connected), the deadmans switch status
cannot be determined.
2 If the HOPSTP signal (F0175 #5) is 1 (the emergency stop
button on the handy operators panel is pressed), the
deadmans switch status cannot be determined.
3 When the HOPENB signal (F0175 #6) is 0 (the deadmans
switch enable switch on the handy operators panel is off),
the deadmans switch status cannot be determined.
4 When the emergency stop state is set on a machine
operators panel connected to an upper unit of the handy
operators panel, or when another emergency stop contact
such as the door open limit switch is off, the deadmans
switch status cannot be determined.

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