Fanuc Series 15i/150i-MA (Programming) Operators Manual

B-63324EN/03 APPENDIX F.ALARM LIST
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F.1 PS ALARM (ALARMS RELATED TO PROGRAM)
Number Message Contents
PS0001 AXIS CONTROL MODE ILLEGAL Illegal axis control mode
PS0003 TOO MANY DIGIT Data entered with more digits than permitted in the NC
instruction word. The number of permissible digits varies
according to the function and the word.
PS0006 ILLEGAL USE OF MINUS SIGN A minus sign (-) was specified at an NC instruction word or
system variable where no minus signal may be specified.
PS0007 ILLEGAL USE OF DECIMAL POINT A decimal point (.) was specified at an address where no
decimal point may be specified, or two decimal points were
specified.
PS0010 IMPROPER G-CODE An illegal Code was specified.
PS0011 IMPROPER NC-ADDRESS An illegal address was specified, or parameter 1020 is not
set.
PS0012 INVALID BREAK POINT OF WORDS NC word(s) address + numerical value not in word format.
This alarm is also generated when a custom macro does
not contain a reserved word, or does not conform to the
syntax.
PS0013 ILLEGAL POS. OF PROGRAM NO. Address O or N is specified in an illegal location (e.g. after a
macro statement).
PS0014 ILLEGAL FORMAT OF PROGRAM
NO.
Address O or N is not followed by a number.
PS0015 TOO MANY WORD IN ONE BLOCK The number of words in a block exceeds the maximum. The
maximum is 26 words. However, this figure varies
according to NC options. Divide the instruction word into
two blocks.
PS0016 EOB NOT FOUND EOB (End of Block) code is missing at the end of a program
input in the MDI mode.
PS0017 ILLEGAL MODE FOR
GOTO/WHILE/DO
A GOTO statement or WHILE-DO statement was found in
the main program in the MDI or DNC mode.
PS0059 COMMAND IN BUFFERING MODE The manual intervention compensation request signal
MIGET became "1" when a previous block was found
during automatic operation.
To input the manual intervention compensation during
automatic operation, a sequence for manipulating the
manual intervention compensation request signal MIGET is
required in an M code instruction without buffering.
PS0060 SEQUENCE NUMBER NOT FOUND The specified sequence No. was not found during
sequence number search.
The sequence No. specified as the jump destination in
GOTO-- and M99P-- was not found.
PS0076 PROGRAM NOT FOUND The specified program is not found in the subprogram call,
macro call or graphic copy.
The M, G, T or S codes are called by a P instruction other
than that in an M98, G65, G66, G66.1 or interrupt type
custom macro, and a program is called by a 2nd auxiliary
function code.
This alarm is also generated when a program is not found
by these calls.
PS0077 PROGRAM IN USE An attempt was made in the foreground to execute a
program being edited in the background.
The currently edited program cannot be executed, so end
editing and restart program execution.
PS0079 PROGRAM FILE NOT FOUND The program of the specified file No. is not registered in an
external device. (external device subprogram call)
PS0080 DUPLICATE DEVICE SUB PROGRAM
CALL
Another external device subprogram call was made from a
subprogram after the subprogram called by the external
device subprogram call.
PS0081 EXT DEVICE SUB PROGRAM CALL
MODE ERROR
The external device subprogram call is not possible in this
mode.

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