9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE
2) When a two axes servo amplifier is used by a two–path Power Mate
The servo amplifier does not turn on the servo amplifier ready signal until
both paths of the two–path Power Mate i–D have been started.
If one path of the Power Mate i–D enters one of the following states, the
two–axis servo amplifier turns off the ready signal, causing servo alarm
401 to occur in the other path.
D A servo alarm occurs for one path.
D One path enters the emergency stop state.
D The controlled axis detach signal is turned on for one path.
If a follow–up operation, performed after power–up, requires too much
time when an absolute pulse coder is being used, servo alarm 401 also
occurs in the other path.
Setting bit 2 (NOFVY) of parameter No. 1803 makes the servo amplifier
to wait for the VRDY to be turned on with no servo alarm issued.
With this setting, if the system waits for VRDY to be set to on, “WAIT”
appears on the CRT or DPL unit. In addition, VRDY wait signal [F209#4]
To use the controlled–axis removal function for an axis, a servo amplifier
must be provided for the axis.