10. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERALS
S RS–232C device controlled by a macro executor or C executor user
When a user–program–controlled RS–232C device is connected,
I/O devices such as the Handy File cannot be used. In this case, data
must be saved and restored using a memory card.
For single–channel connection, the device shown below cannot be
used. To use the following, connect two channels to the serial port:
S Notebook personal computer (FAPTLADDER–II, DPL/MDI
5) For FANUC’s 24–V type I/O devices, 24–VDC power must be output
to the relay connector. Also for channel 2, output 24–VDC power for
use in the future.
6) A notebook personal computer (FAPTLADDER–II, DPL/MDI
operation package) is connected with the power to the Power Mate i
on (detachable). For this reason, the 0–V line of the Power Mate i and
the 0–V line of the notebook personal computer must be connected
first. For details, see Subsection 10.1.3. Make channel 1, which is not
connected to a notebook personal computer, also detachable for future
When the notebook personal computer is connected to the
Power Mate i in detachable mode, the power to the
notebook personal computer must have been turned off.