Fanuc Power Mate i-D/H Operator Manual

2. OPERATIONAL DEVICES
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Function keys indicate large items like chapters in a document.
<POS> Indicates the current position.
<PRGRM> Conducts the following:
In EDIT mode ...edits and displays the program
in the memory.
In automatic operation displays command value.
<VAR> Used to display offset settings and to set and
display macro variables.
<PARAM/DGNOS> Used to set and display parameter, diagnostic,
and PMC parameter.
<ALARM> Display of Alarm number and external message.
Table 2.1.2 MDI Keyboard functions
Number Name Explanation
1 Address/numerical key Press these keys to input alphabetic, numeric, and other characters.
2 INPUT key
INPUT
When an address or a numerical key is pressed, the letter or the numeral is input
once to the key input buffer, and it is displayed on the DPL. To input the data,
press the INPUT key.
3 Cancel keys
CAN
Press this key to cancel character or sign input to the key input buffer.
(Example)
When the key input buffer displays N0001, N0001 is canceled with this key.
When an alarm is displayed, depressing CAN will reset the alarm message.
4 Cursor shift keys There are two kinds of cursor shift key described below.
: This key is used to shift the cursor a short distance in the forward
direction.
: This key is used to shift the cursor a short distance in the reverse
direction.
5 READ/WRITE key
READ
WRITE
Press this key to actuate I/O device.
Function keys
Keyboard functions

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