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

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FANUC Power Mate i-D/H
The modification of CONNECTION
MANUAL
B-63173EN/03-3
Item 6.6.4 Detail of DO connection
Added the following description
DO signal reaction to a system alarm
There is a possibility that the I/O card will not operate normally due to a failure of
CNC or I/O Link slave module, or abnormally power supply voltage. To prevent
accidents even in this case, design the machine to operate safely by making a safety
circuit outside the I/O card.
The circuit of this I/O card is designed so that all DO signals are turned off if a
system alarm is occurred in the Power Mate which controls the I/O card, or if a
power of the Power Mate or the I/O card is turned off. However, it cannot be
guaranteed that DO signals of the I/O card will certainly be turned off. Therefore,
manage signals related to safety by making a safety circuit outside this I/O card.
Item 6.7.12 Other Notes
Modified as follows
Before) DO signal reaction to a system alarm
If a system alarm occurs in the Power Mate using the connector panel I/O
module, or if I/O Link communication between the Power Mate and connector
panel I/O module fails, all the DO signals of the I/O module are turned off.
Therefore, sufficient care is necessary when setting up the machine sequence.
Also, the same phenomenon occurs if the power to the Power Mate or the I/O
module is turned off.
After) DO signal reaction to a system alarm
There is a possibility that the I/O module will not operate normally due to a failure of
CNC or I/O Link slave module, or abnormally power supply voltage. To prevent
accidents even in this case, design the machine to operate safely by making a safety
circuit outside the I/O module.
The circuit of this I/O module is designed so that all DO signals are turned off if a
system alarm is occurred in the Power Mate which controls the I/O module, or if a
power of the Power Mate or the I/O module is turned off. However, it cannot be
guaranteed that DO signals of the I/O module will certainly be turned off. Therefore,
manage signals related to safety by making a safety circuit outside this I/O module.
Item 6.8.10 Other Notes
Modified as follows
Before) DO signal reaction to a system alarm
If a system alarm occurs in the Power Mate using the operator’s panel I/O
module, or if I/O Link communication between the Power Mate and operator’s
panel I/O module fails, all the DO signals of the I/O module are turned off.
Therefore, sufficient care is necessary when setting up the machine sequence.
Also, the same phenomenon occurs if the power to the Power Mate or the I/O
module is turned off.
After) DO signal reaction to a system alarm
There is a possibility that the I/O module will not operate normally due to a failure of
CNC or I/O Link slave module, or abnormally power supply voltage. To prevent
accidents even in this case, design the machine to operate safely by making a safety
circuit outside the I/O module.
The circuit of this I/O module is designed so that all DO signals are turned off if a
system alarm is occurred in the Power Mate which controls the I/O module, or if a
power of the Power Mate or the I/O module is turned off. However, it cannot be
guaranteed that DO signals of the I/O module will certainly be turned off. Therefore,
manage signals related to safety by making a safety circuit outside this I/O module.
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