Fanuc Symbol CAPi T Operators Manual

B–63304EN/02
2. INPUT/OUTPUT AND
COLLATION OF DATA
VARIOUS FILE AND DATA
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NOTE
1 When a figure is defined, the warning message “WARNING
CHECK INPUT DATA may be displayed. If this message
appears turn off the power, then turn on the power again
while holding down the I key.
This warning message is generated when approximately 50
elements are entered successively in incremental mode.
2 When a software edition has been upgraded, turn on the
power while holding down the I key.
3 When the power is turned on, the system reads family data,
then loads specific files automatically.
This means that the automatically loaded data takes
precedence over the other data.
4 When the power is turned on, the system reads family data,
then system parameters.
If the program contents differ from the system parameter
settings, care must be taken. For example, if the initial
values for the drawing format and part direction specified in
the program are different from the values of the
corresponding system parameter Nos.200 and 240,
respectively, the original system parameter values are used
immediately after the power is turned on.
5 Immediately after the power is turned on, the priority of the
common data varies depending on bit 0 of system
parameter No.708.
When a file is registered in submemory, the file can be protected so it is
not deleted by mistake. (Provide protection for those files that should not
be deleted, such as files to be loaded automatically.)
1. A password is used for protection. Before protection can be provided,
a password must be set in system parameter No.739.
System parameter No.739 = jjj
Example : System parameter 739 = 123
(Set the file protection password, using a 3digit number.)
2. Creating a file
Select 1. FAMILY PROGRAM OUTPUT on the family program
input/output screen.
Then, the following prompt is appears on the screen. (No guidance
message about protection appears on the screen.)
EF WRITING. KEY IN ‘OK’ OR ‘NO’
EF = OK <, REP>, @FILE NAME
EF = (1: OK 0: NO R: REP)
2.1.3
File Protection

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