Fanuc Power Mate i-D/H Operation Maintenance Handbook

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1
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10
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Ơ Correspond table between binary and hexadecimal code ơ
0000
2
: 0
16
0001
2
:
1
16
0010
2
: 2
16
0011
2
: 3
16
0100
2
: 4
16
0101
2
: 5
16
0110
2
: 6
16
0111
2
: 7
16
1000
2
: 8
16
1001
2
: 9
16
1010
2
: A
16
1011
2
: B
16
1100
2
: C
16
1101
2
:
D
16
1110
2
: E
16
1111
2
: F
16
(e) [EXEC] soft key :
Start of tracing.
Clear the trace memory and trace memory contents are update
when the specified signal are changed from previous ones.
The trace memory are always maintained up to the previous
results for 256 bytes from the latest ones regardless of the time
lapse.
(2 byte tracing = 128 times.)
(f) [T.DISP] soft key : Display of trace memory contents.
(2) Trace memory screen (T.DISP)
PMC SIGNAL TRACE
1ST ADDRESS=X008(E1) 2ND ADDRESS=G000(FF)
NO. 76543210 76543210
0000 ........ ........
0001 10000011 00000000
0002 11000000 00000000
0003 01000000 00000000
0004 ........ ........
0005 ........ ........
0006 ........ ........
0007 ........ ........
0008 ........ ........
Trace ad-
dress and
mask
data in ( )
Newest
status
TRCPRM
[][][][][]
STOP
MONIT RUN
[TRCPRM] soft key : Return to trace parameter setting screen
[STOP] soft key : Stop the trace operation.
[EXEC] soft key : Re-start of tracing (Clear the memory).
10.2.5 Displaying memory data (M.SRCH)
(1) Displaying memory data on the screen
D Enter the physical start address of the memory area storing the
data to be displayed, then press the [SEARCH] soft key. Then, 256
bytes of memory data, starting from the specified address, appear
on the screen.
D The memory storing the data to be displayed can be changed by
using the
PAGE
and
PAGE
keys.
D The display format can be changed by using the [BYTE], [WORD],
and [D.WORD] soft keys.
(2) Memory data input function
D Setting K17.4 (K900.4 for the SB6) to 1 enables data to be input,
in hexadecimal, to the address to which the cursor is positioned.

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