3. HIGH–SPEED RESPONSE
(Power Mate i–H)
An example of procedure for executing a motion program with the
high–speed response function is provided below. Note that the normal
mode is used to make a preparation for motion program execution using
the high–speed response function.
1) Set the normal mode.
2) Create a ladder.
3) Create and compile a program (O8000 to O8031).
4) Perform a reference position return operation.
5) Move the machine to a specified position by automatic operation or
manual operation (jog, handle, etc.).
6) Switch to the high–speed response mode.
7) Execute the motion program.
<Normal mode> <High–speed response mode>
Create and compile program
Switch to high–speed response mode
Perform reference position
return operation to establish
Move machine to specified
position by automatic
operation or manual operation
(jog, handle, etc.)
Execute created motion program
1 A program can be created and compiled in the high–speed
response mode as well.
2 Reference position return operation, automatic operation,
and manual operation can be performed in the normal mode
Using the high–speed