F Operation procedure
Selecting “5.FILE DATA BACKUP/RESTORE” from the initial screen
causes the file selection screen, shown below, to appear. Press <±> or
<°> to select between BACKUP and RESTORE and press <ENTER>
to back up or restore the data.
BACKUP causes the data to be backed up from the SRAM area to a
memory card at a time.
RESTORE causes the data to be restored from the memory card to the
SRAM area at a time.
1. FILE BACKUP
: File data is backed up to a memory card.
While saving or restoration is in progress, a screen such as that shown
: The processing item is displayed, and an
indication such as “BACKUP” flashes.
Upon the completion of backup or restoration, the system returns to the
“selection screen.” To return to the initial screen, press <ENTER> while
“END” is displayed on the screen.
F File name of the backup file
On the memory card, the file name of the backup of the data in SRAM
will be either “SRAM256A.FDB,” “SRAM1_0A.FDB, or
If an absolute pulse coder is used, and the data is restored at a time
using this function, check that the position displayed on the Power Mate
is the same as the actual position. If the position is not the same,
perform origin setting again.
MEMORY CARD FILE DELETE screen
This screen allows deletion of a file from a memory card.
F Operation procedure
Selecting “6.MEMORY CARD FILE DELETE” causes the file selection
screen, such as that shown below, to appear. Pressing <±> or <°>
causes the names of the files in the memory card to be displayed
sequentially. When the name of the file to be deleted is displayed, press
<ENTER> to start the deletion of that file.
: File selection screen
While deletion is in progress, a screen such as that shown below appears.
: The name of the file being deleted is dis-
played, and the “DELETE” indication
Upon the completion of deletion, the system returns to the “file selection
For a memory card of the flash memory type, files cannot be deleted
MEMORY CARD FORMAT screen
This screen allows formatting of a memory card. When a new memory
card is purchased or if the contents of a memory card are destroyed
because the battery has run down, the card must be formatted before