G. MAINTENANCE USING A NOTEBOOK
Use the SYSTEM DATA SAVE screen to write a user file in the flash
memory onto a memory card. Only user files can be saved from the flash
memory onto a memory card. No system file can be saved.
When ”4.SYSTEM DATA SAVE” is selected, the following file selection
screen appears. Pressing ± or ° displays the name of each file in the flash
memory. When the name of a file to be saved is displayed, press ENTER.
The file is saved.
3. PMC RB (1)
: File selection screen
The number in parentheses indicates the
number of used management units (Unit: 128K
During saving, the following screen appears:
: The name of the file being saved is displayed
and “SAVE” blinks.
When saving terminates, the file selection screen appears again.
No system file can be saved using “4.SYSTEM DATA SAVE”. Only user
files can be saved.
Each file written from the flash memory onto a memory card is named as
Header ID in the flash memory Memory card file name
PMC–RB ³ PMC–RB.***
PD1M256K ³ PD1M256K.***
PD1M512K ³ PD1M512K.***
CEX 1.0M ³ CEX_10M.***
CEX 2.0M ³ CEX_20M.***
One of 32 numbers from 000 to 031 is assigned to *** as an MS–DOS
extension. For example, when file PMC–RB in the flash memory is saved
onto a memory card and the memory card does not contain any file having
a name the first six characters of which are PMC–RB, the file is named
PMC–RB.000. When the memory card contains file PMC–RB.000, the
number of the extension is incremented by one and the file is named
PMC–RB.001. Each time file PMC–RB is saved, the number of the
extension is incremented by one in the same way. The largest extension
number is 031 (file name: PMC–RB.031). If there are no longer used
numbers, the smallest of them is used for the extension. When saving
multiple files with the same header ID but different extensions, check
each file name displayed at normal termination of saving.
SYSTEM DATA SAVE
D Operation procedure
D System file and user file
D Save file names