Fanuc Power Mate i-D/H Operator Manual

B–63174EN/03
8. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT
OPERATION
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The value of a custom macro common variable (#500 to #699) is loaded
into the memory of the CNC from a floppy or CNC tape. The same format
used to output custom macro common variables is used for input. See
V–
8.7.2. For a custom macro common variable to be valid, the input data
must be executed by pressing the cycle start button after data is input.
When the value of a common variable is loaded into memory, this value
replaces the value of the same common variable already existing (if any)
in memory.
Inputting custom macro common variables
1 Register a program output according to Section V–8.7.2 in Part IV, in
memory according to the program input operation described in
Section 8.4.1 in Part V.
2 Select the AUTO mode by the machine operators panel upon
completing input.
3 Press the cycle start button to execute the loaded program.
4 Display the macro vriable screen to check whether the values of the
common variables have been set correctly.
Display of the macro variable screen
Press function key
OFFSET
SETTING
.
Press the rightmost soft key (next–menu key).
Press soft key [MACRO].
Select a variable with the page keys or numeric keys and soft
key [NO.SRH].
1 Select the EDIT mode.
2 Perform the same operation as for program input and read in the
custom macro statements like a program.
3 After reading is finished, select AUTO mode. By executing the
program that was read in, the values of the common variables will be
stored in memory.
The common variables (#500 to #699) can be input and output.
Common variables #100 to 199 cannot be input or output.
8.7
INPUTTING/OUTPUT-
TING CUSTOM
MACRO COMMON
VARIABLES
8.7.1
Inputting Custom
Macro Common
Variables
Procedure (CRT/MDI)
Procedure (DPL/MDI)
Explanations
Common variables

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