19. MEMORY OPERATION USING
FS15 TAPE FORMAT
MEMORY OPERATION USING FS15 TAPE FORMAT
Memory operation of the program registered by FS15 tape format is
possible with setting of the setting parameter (No. 0001#1).
Data formats for cutter compensation, subprogram calling, and canned
cycles are different between the Series 16 and Series 15. The Series 15
data formats can be processed for memory operation.Other data formats
must comply with the Series 16.When a value out of the specified range
for the Series 16 is registered, an alarm occurs. Functions not available
in the Series 16 cannot be registered or used for memory operation.
Offset numbers are specified by address D in the Series 15. When an
offset number is specified by address D, the modal value specified by
address H is replaced with the offset number specified by address D.
If a subprogram number of more than four digits is specified, the four
low–order digits are regarded as the subprogram number. If no repeat
count is specified, 1 is assumed.
Table19(a) Subprogram call data format
CNC Data format
Series 15 M98 Pfffff Lffff ;
P : Subprogram number
L : Repetition count
The Series 15 and Series 16 use different addresses for the repeat count
for canned cycles as listed in Table 19 (b).
Table19(b) Address for times of repetition of canned cycle
Series 15 L
Series 16 K
D Address for the cutter
D Subprogram call
M98 Pffff jjjj ;
Repetition count Subprogram number
D Address for the canned
cycle repetition count