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

B63173EN/03
10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS
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NOTE
When an I/O device containing an ISO/EIA converter is
used, pay special attention to the following in Table 10.1.1.
EIA code
ISO code
Controlout (start of a comment)
Controlin (end of a comment)
Condition 1
( ............... )
( ............... )
Condition 1 Condition 3
CR
LF
Condition 2
O
:
...............
...............
Condition 1 In the EIA code, a card punched at bits 2, 4, and 5
corresponds to the ISO code for the left
parenthesis (. A card punched at bits 2, 4, and 7
corresponds to the ISO code for the right
parenthesis ).
Condition 2 The EIA code for O is converted to the ISO code
for the colon (:).
Condition 3 The EIA code for
CR is converted to the ISO code
for
LF .
NOTE
Control codes DC1 to DC4 are transmission codes output
from the NC machine, and need not be fed as paper tape
information.
(iii) Transmission rate (baud rate)
The transmission rate (baud rate) indicates the number of
bits sent per second. One of the following baud rates can be
selected by parameter setting:
600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600
Example:When 4800 baud is used
Assuming that 1 start bit and 2 stop bits are used
(11 bits/character).
Then,
Number of transmission characters per second=
4800/11 characters per second (maximum)
(iv) Cable length
The cable length varies from one I/O device to another.
For the required cable length, consult with each I/O device
supplier.

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