FANUC Power Mate i-MODEL H CONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE)

B63173EN/03
9. CONNECTION TO SERVO OR SPINDLE
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<5> Setting of address conversion tables for slave numbers
1910 Address conversion table value for slave number 1 (ATR)
1911 Address conversion table value for slave number 2 (ATR)
1912 Address conversion table value for slave number 3 (ATR)
1913 Address conversion table value for slave number 4 (ATR)
1914 Address conversion table value for slave number 5 (ATR)
1915 Address conversion table value for slave number 6 (ATR)
1916 Address conversion table value for slave number 7 (ATR)
1917 Address conversion table value for slave number 8 (ATR)
1918 Address conversion table value for slave number 9 (ATR)
1919 Address conversion table value for slave number 10 (ATR)
[Data type] Byte
[Valid data range] 0 to 7, 16, 40, 48
Set the address conversion table values for slave numbers 1 to 10. Slaves
refer to servo amplifiers and interface units connected to the CNC through
the FSSB optical cable. Slave numbers 1 to 10 are assigned sequentially
to slaves from the slave nearest to the CNC.
Singleaxis amplifiers and interface units are each assigned one slave
number (an interface unit with an expansion unit is also assumed to be one
interface unit). A twoaxis amplifier, regarded as two singleaxis
amplifiers, is assigned two slave numbers. A threeaxis amplifier,
regarded as three singleaxis amplifiers, is assigned three slave numbers.
Analog amplifiers are assigned slave numbers independently of interface
units. On the assumption that analog amplifiers are connected
sequentially following the end of the slaves connected to the FSSB (the
position farthest from the CNC), each singleaxis amplifier is assigned
a slave number. For example, when the unit connected at the end of the
FSSB is slave 5, the axes connected to analog amplifiers are assigned
slave numbers sequentially starting with slave number 6. (See the setting
example given later.)
As the address conversion table value for each slave number, set the
following value depending on whether the slave is an amplifier or an
interface unit, or whether the slave is present or not:
f When the slave is an amplifier: (including an analog amplifier)
Set the value obtained by subtracting 1 from the setting in parameter
No. 1023 for the axis assigned to the amplifier.
f When the slave is an interface unit:
For the first unit (the unit connected nearer to the CNC), set 16
; for the
second unit (the unit connected farther from the CNC), set 48
.
f When the slave is not present:
Set 40
.

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