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

F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE
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APPENDIX
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The capacity of a memory card is usually represented as that when the card
is unformatted. After the card is formatted, the actually usable capacity
will be slightly less. Thus, the capacity of the memory card to be used
must be greater than the size of the data or programs to be stored.
(Example) When storing 512K bytes of data
A memory card having a capacity of at least 1M byte is
required.
On flash memory cards, the last 128KB area is used as the buffer area,
further reducing the usable capacity by 128K bytes.
The BOOT SYSTEM formats a memory card using method called the
FAT file system. The formatting method called the flash file system is
also supported. However, the FAT file system and flash file system are
not compatible with each other, and the read and list functions cannot be
used.
Flash memory cards do not allow individual files to be deleted; all the files
on a flash memory card need to be deleted at the same time. Accordingly,
the following operations cannot be performed:
D Deletion of an existing file
D Renaming of a file
D Overwriting of a file
CardPro uses the flash file system as standard to format a flash memory
card. When using CardPro to format a flash memory card used with the
boot system, use the following command to format the card.
A:CPFORMAT drivename:/F:FLASHFAT/NOCIS
Ramzo CardPro
Reading of files f f
Addition of files No file addition function
is available.
Listing of files f f
Ramzo CardPro
Reading of files f f
Addition of files f
Listing of files f f
NOTE
1 Ramzo is a memory card reader/writer manufactured by
Adtech System Science.
2 CardPro is a memory card reader/writer manufactured by
Data IO.
Memory card capacity
Memory card formatting
File operation with a
flash memory card
Notes on formatting a
flash memory card with
CardPro
Using a flash memory
card formatted with the
BOOT SYSTEM on other
systems
Using a flash memory
card formatted with
other systems on the
BOOT SYSTEM

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