Fanuc Power Mate i-D/H Operation Maintenance Handbook

6. STATUS DISPLAY BY SELFDIAGNOSTIC DISPLAY
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FHigh–speed response function
No. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0
890
OVC0 OVC2 OVC1 ILK2 ILK1
ILK1 : The axis is interlocked.
ILK2 : The axis is interlocked by the following causes.
D The axis is detached.
D The signal *RILK is “0”.
D The axis is stopped by the feed stop function.
OVC1 : The override cancel signal (OVC,OVCn) is “1”.
OVC2 : The override cancel signal (OVCn) is “1”.
OVC0 : The feed rate override is 0%.
No. #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0
891
ALM2 ALM1
ALM1 : Following alarm occurs, and so the motion program can not be
executed
D P/S alarm 000
D Overheat alarm
D Serial pulse coder (SPC) alarm
D Servo alarm
D Over travel alarm
D APC alarm
D The alarm for FSSB
(alarm No.5134 5139, 5197, 5198)
ALM2 : An alarm including the above alarm(ALM1) occurs, and so the
motion program can not be executed.
When this bit is “1”, the cause is set to the diagnostic data No.896.
No.
894
Executing program number
The number of the executing motion program for each axis is set.
If the time to execute the program is too short, this data might be set
incorrectly.
No.
895
Executing block number
The block number of the executing motion program for each axis is set.
If the time to execute the block is too short, this data might be set incorrectly.
So, if the executing motion program is finished, the value might not be set
the last block number of the executed motion program.
No.
896
Alarm number
The alarm number which occurred in the high response mode is set. For
detail of the alarm number, refer to next page.
The cause for the alarm will be displayed on the alarm message screen,
when this value is 0 and the alarm occurs.

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