7. ALARM AND SELF–DIAGNOSIS
is pressed, alarm screen and message screen are displayed
Alarm Screen Message screen
1 Up to four alarms can be displayed at once.
Alarm numbers for the axis type are followed by an axis name.
2 The state of the S–RAM battery alarm is displayed on the DPL screen
3 The message screen displays external messages from the PMC.
(For details, refer to the manual issued by the machine builder.)
Error codes and messages indicate the cause of an alarm. To recover from
an alarm, eliminate the cause and press the reset key.
The error codes are classified as follows:
No.000 to 255 : P/S (Program errors) (*)
No.300 to 349 : Absolute pulse coder (APC) alarms
No.350 to 399 : Serial pulse coder (SPC) alarms
No.400 to 499 : Servo alarms
No.500 to 599 : Overtravel alarms
No.700 to 749 : Overheat alarms
No.750 to 799 : Spindle alarms (For the Power Mate i–D/D2)
No.900 to 999 : System alarms
No.5000 and upper : P/S alarm (Program error)
*For an alarm (No.000 to 255) that occurs in association with background
operation, the indication “xxxBP/S alarm” is provided (where xxx is an
alarm number). Only a BP/S alarm is provided for No.140.
See the error code list in the appendix G for details of the error codes.
Displaying the Alarm
Reset of the alarm