Fanuc Power Mate i-D/H Operator Manual

3. HIGH–SPEED RESPONSE
FUNCTION
PROGRAMMING
(Power Mate i–H)
B–63174EN/03
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c. Cutting/rapid traverse–specific in–position check
d. Block overlap
e. Rapid traverse overlap
f. Mirror image
g. Axis–by–axis machine lock
h. Fine acceleration/deceleration
i. Look–ahead feed–forward
j. Analog input
k. The alarms related to motion programs are not recorded in the
alarm history.
l. The alarms related to motion programs are not recorded in the
operation history.
m. The time of operation in the high–speed response mode is not
added to the time of operation with run time and parts count data
displayed.
n. The time of operation in the high–speed response mode is not
added to the cycle time with run time and parts count data
displayed.
o. The time of cutting in the high–speed response mode is not added
to the time of cutting with run time and parts count data displayed.
p. Even if ”In Operation” is specified as the count type on the periodic
maintenance screen, the time of operation in the high–speed
response mode is not counted.
q. Even if ”In Cutting” is specified as the count type on the periodic
maintenance screen, the time of cutting in the high–speed response
mode is not counted.
r. In a stored stroke check, no alarm can be issued before a stroke
check point is exceeded. The tool stops by overrunning a limit by
a maximum of (24+T)*F/120000 mm.
(F: Feedrate (mm/min) when a limit is reached, T: Time constant
(msec) when a limit is reached)
s. High–position switches
t. Trouble diagnosis
u. G codes, addresses, and functions that are not indicated as ”usable”
in the item of ”Program creation” described earlier
v. Functions related to those signals that are not described in the item
of signals usable in the high–speed response mode in ”FANUC
Power Mate i–MODEL D/H Connection Manual (Function)
(B–63173EN–1)”
Example: PMC axis control, manual continuous feed, step feed,
handle feed, automatic operation, electronic cam function,
multiaxis synchronization function, position switch, and so forth
w. Those functions that are indicated as ”unusable” in the preceding
descriptions cannot be used.

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