Fanuc Power Mate i-D/H Operator Manual

3. HIGH–SPEED RESPONSE
FUNCTION
PROGRAMMING
(Power Mate i–H)
B–63174EN/03
241
CAUTION
When the motion program alarm signal HALMn/HALMMn is
turned on, the motion program stops with an alarm. (Even
when the alarm signal AL is turned on, the motion program
does not stop with an alarm if the motion program alarm
signal HALMn/HALMMn is off.)
a. Be sure to set the following parameters to 0:
Bit 0 (INM) of parameter No. 1001
Bit 0 (ISA) of parameter No. 1004
Bit 7 (IPR) of parameter No. 1004
NOTE
If these parameters are not set to 0, the mode cannot be
switched to the high–speed response mode.
b. Feedrate
Set a value not smaller than 30 mm/min in a feedrate–related
parameter.
c. Maximum cutting feedrate
Be sure to set a value in parameter No. 1430 (maximum axis–by–axis
cutting feedrate). (Parameter No. 1422 (maximum cutting feedrate)
cannot be used.)
NOTE
If a value greater than the maximum cutting feedrate is
specified in the high–speed response mode, an alarm is
issued and a gradual stop occurs on the axis.
This function cannot be used when any of the following functions is
used:
a. When a high–level task is used with the C language executor
function
b. FANUC I/O Link II board
c. Profibus DP – Slave function
d. Device net master function
e. Device net slave function
f. Stored pitch error compensation function
g. Straightness compensation function B
h. Profibus DP – master function
The following functions cannot be used in the high–speed response
mode:
a. Relative coordinate (Coordinate values remain unchanged.)
b. Tool length measurement
Notes on parameters
Limitations
Unusable functions

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