F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE
The PCMCIA card interface of FANUC Power Mate i–D/H allows
data input/output via a flash ATA card (operating on 5 V).
The flash ATA card has the advantage that data can be input and output
with a personal computer including the PCMCIA interface without a
special PC card writer.
2. Supported software editions
The supported software editions are as follows:
Model Series Edition
Power Mate i–D 88E0 09 or later
Power Mate i–H
88F0 08 or later
88F1 01 or later
Boot software Power Mate i–D/H 881I 05 or later
3 Flash ATA card specifications
A flash ATA card to be used must meet the following standards and
Note that all flash ATA cards that conform to the indicated standards
do not always ensure operation.
For the cards FANUC has checked the card operation, see Item 4.
3–1 Card standards
PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory Card International
PC Card standard Release 2.1, PCMCIA PC Card ATA Release 1.02
3–2 Card type
PCMCIA TYPE I and TYPE II
3–3 Card operation mode
3–4 Operating voltage of cards
Cards operable only on 5 V and cards operable on 5 V and 3.3 V
4 Flash ATA cards of which operation has been checked
As of April in 1999, FANUC had confirmed the operation of the
following cards on the Power Mate i. (These cards support
automatically switching between 5 V and 3.3 V.)