3. HIGH–SPEED RESPONSE
(Power Mate i–H)
Skip by a signal
When the skip signal correspond to P command is turned on, the
executing block moving by cutting feed is interrupted. The rest of the
motion of the block is cancelled and the next block is performed.
20 signals (4 points: X address, 16 points: G address) can be used as
a skip signal.
Skip by torque limit condition
When the torque value of a servo motor exceeds the limit during
moving, the executing block moving by cutting feed is interrupted.
The rest of the motion of the block is cancelled and the next block is
Note) It is necessary to set the torque limit value of a servo motor
before the execution of this command.
Skip by mixed condition, (both a skip signal and torque limit
When the value of P command is the sum of 100 and P command for
a skip signal, both conditions, skip signal and torque limit condition,
are effective in this skip command block.
Note) When the P command is omitted, it is regarded that P1 is given.
Relation between P command and skip signal
In case of ”no P command”, ”P1 to P4”, ”P101 to P104”
By setting parameters (No.6202 to 6205), you can select which of four
skip signals, SKIP, SKIP2 to SKIP4, is effective. Any relation
between each P command and each skip signal can be selected.
Moreover, the relation between one skip signal and plural P commands
In case of ”P11 to P26”, ”P111 to P126”
Each P command corresponds to each skip signal, SKIPP1 to
Command P11 or P111 → correspond to the signal SKIPP1
Command P12 or P112 → correspond to the signal SKIPP2
Command P26 or P126 → correspond to the signal SKIPP16
It is not allowed that one skip signal corresponds to plural P
In case of ”P98”
All skip signals are not effective.