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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Number Contents
0003 Data exceeding the maximum allowable number of digits was
input.
0004 A number or the sign ”–” was input without an address at the
beginning of a block.
0005 The address was not followed by the appropriate data but was
followed by another address or EOB code.
Or, this error occurs when one of the following commands is
specified.
A number is not specified after ’#’.
Example) #A
An address is specified after ’=’. A number or ’#’ must be
specified after ’=’.
Example) =A
0006 Sign ”–” input error(Sign ”–” was input after an address with which
it cannot be used. Or two or more ”–” signs were input.)
The sign ” – ” is specified for the variable number
Example) #–1000000
0007 Decimal point ”.” input error (A decimal point was input after an
address with which it can not be used.)
0009 Unusable character was input in significant area.
0010 An unusable G code is specified.
0011 The feedrate was inadequate.
(1) Feedrate was not commanded to a cutting feed.
(2) Feedrate is 0.
0015 The number of the commanded axes exceeded that of
simultaneously controlled axes.
0053 Camma ”,” was input. ( Camma ”,” can not be input.)
0070 The memory area is insufficient.
0113 Sharp ”#” was input. (Sharp ”#” can not be input.)
This error occurs when one of the following commands is
specified.
The macro variable ’#’ is specified for G code.
Example) G#1000000
The macro variable ’#’ is specified for M code.
Example) M#1000000
The macro variable ’#’ is specified for the optional block skip
number.
Example) /#1
The macro variable ’#’ is specified for the parameter of the M
code output function.
Example) M____ P____ Q#____
Error codes at compile
time

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