Fanuc Symbol CAPi T Operators Manual

VARIOUS FILE AND DATA
B–63304EN/02
1. MEMORY COMPOSITION
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The external input/output device means the Handy File, for instance.
The term “input/output” (registering, calling) of files is used with
reference to the main memory. Namely, “input of ***” (registering)
means the input from submemories or external I/O device to the main
memory. “Output of ***” (calling) means the output from the main
memory to the submemory or the external I/O device.
Data cannot be directly be transferred among an submemory or an
external I/O Device. For example, to enter data of the external I/O device
to the submemory, data must pass through the main memory. Work of this
type can be done as follows:
(1)Input (call data of the external I/O device to the system memory.
(2)Output (Register) the data from the system memory to the file area.
The submemory is divided into the following:
1) System area
2) File area
In the system area, system parameters, machine tool files (MTF) setting
data, tool data and animation drawing data resident. The file area can be
used freely by the user to store some files, such as family program,
material file, tooling file, and sub cycle file.
Since the contents of the submemory are retained even when the power
is off, they can be input (called) to the main memory immediately after
the power is turned on.
1.1
MAIN MEMORY AND
SUBMEMORY
1.1.1
Submemory

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