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

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11. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL
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When the emergency stop signal (*ESP) contact is closed, the Power
Mate i enters the emergency stop released state, such that the servo and
spindle motors can be controlled and operated.
When the emergency stop signal (*ESP) contact opens, the Power Mate
i is reset and enters the emergency stop state, and the servo and spindle
motors are stopped.
The Power Mate i must be supplied with an emergency stop signal from
either the builtin I/O module or the I/O module supporting the FANUC
I/O Link. Which I/O module to use is selected using bit 3 (BIO) of
parameter 3008.
BIO : 0 An emergency stop signal is input from the I/O module
supporting the FANUC I/O Link (default)
1 An emergency stop signal is input from the builtin I/O
module.
CAUTION
Make a provision that prevents the emergency stop
condition from being released by mistake if the setting of the
BIO parameter is incorrect. In the Power Mate i, G008.4
input from the ladder program to the CNC is also an
emergency stop signal. If an emergency stop signal is input
from the builtin I/O module, add X1000.4 as a condition for
G008.4 to cause G008.4 to become 0 when an emergency
stop signal is input. If an emergency stop signal is input from
the I/O module supporting the FANUC I/O Link, add X000.4
as a condition for G008.4 to cause G008.4 to become 0
when an emergency stop signal is input. Do not stop the
ladder program or reset the BIO parameter with the
emergency stop condition reset. (For the second path in a
2path Power Mate iD, read X1000.4, X000.4, and
G008.4 as X1001.4, X001.4, and G1008.4, respectively.)
If an emergency stop signal is input from the I/O module supporting the
FANUC I/O Link, use a DI point for which the common voltage line is
at 24 V for the emergency stop signal. Do not use a DI point where the
common voltage can be switched.
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Power Mate i

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