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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NOTE
1 The usable area of the PMC data depends on the PMC type.
2 The value of the above variables is referred when the
motion program is executed.
3 When this access function is used, the four bytes from a
specified address are accessed.
Example) When #1300001 is specified, the four bytes from
the #1300001 are accessed. If #1207999 is
specified, the error will occur because the area
from D8000 to D8002 are not available.
4 When the data table variable (D0 to D7999) and the internal
relay variable (R0 to R2999) are specified for the position
value, the unit of the command is least input increment.
When these data are specified for the feed rate, the unit is
mm/min.
5 Musk the variables from #1051008 to #1051010, when
#1051007 is specified to read the X1007 in the built–in DI.
Because the variables from #1051008 to #1051010 are not
available.
6 The following system variables are the write protected
variables. If the command to write to these system variables
is specified, the compile error 0116 occurs at compile.
#5021 to #5028 : Current position (Machine coordinate
system)
#5041 to #5048 : Current position (Workpiece coordinate
system)
#5061 to #5068 : Skip position (Workpiece coordinate
system)
#5101 to #5108 : Deviated servo position
#1051000 to #1051007 : Built in DI (X1000 to X1007)

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