Fanuc Power Mate i-D/H Operator Manual

11. SETTING AND DISPLAYING DATA
B–63174EN/03
OPERATION
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ALM
: Indicates that an alarm is issued. (Reversed display)
BAT
: Indicates that the battery is low. (Reversed display)
FAN
: One of the two cooling fans of the Power Mate i has stopped.
(Reversed display)
Space : Indicates a state other than the above.
hh:mm:ss : Hours, minutes, and seconds
INPUT : Indicates that data is being input.
OUTPUT : Indicates that data is being output.
SRCH : Indicates that a search is being performed.
EDIT : Indicates that another editing operation is being performed
(insertion, modification, etc.)
LSK : Indicates that labels are skipped when data is input.
Space : Indicates that no editing operation is being performed.
When invalid data is entered (wrong format, value out of range, etc.),
when input is disabled (write disabled, etc.), or when input/output
operation is incorrect (wrong mode, etc.), a warning message is displayed.
In this case, the CNC does not accept the setting or input/output operation
(retry the operation according to the message).
The following are examples of warning messages:
Example 1)
When a parameter is entered
(Display soft keys)
> 999999999
MDI TOO MANY DIGITS
Example 2)
When a parameter is output to an external input/output device
(Display soft keys)
> _
MEM WRONG MODE
PATH1 : Path 1 has been selected.
PATH2 : Path 2 has been selected.
Other path names can be specified by setting the parameter
Nos. 3141 to 3147 appropriately. The path name is displayed
at the same position as in (8). Information explained at (8) is
displayed during program editing.
(6) Alarm status
(7) Current time
(8) Program editing status
(9) Warning for data setting
or input/output
operation
(10) Path name
(for two–path control
by the Power Mate i–D)

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