2. INPUT/OUTPUT AND
COLLATION OF DATA
VARIOUS FILE AND DATA
Three reader/puncher interfaces can be used at symbolic FAPT side,
which interface is used is determined by the value of setting data No.900.
Baud rate and stop bit values can be changed by setting data No.901 and
No.900 The reader/puncher interface number (1 – 3)
No.901 Setting of baud rate
Setting value 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Baud rate 50 100 110 150 200 300 600 1200 2400 4800 9600
No.902 Setting of stop bit
=1: Stop bit 1 (FANUC unit) DC code is used.. . . . . . . . . . .
=2: Stop bit 2 (FANUC unit) DC code is used.. . . . . . . . . . .
=5: Stop bit 1 (Other than FANUC Unit) No DC code is used..
=6: Stop bit 2 (Other than FANUC Unit) No DC code is used..
1 In FANUC units, DC code is always used. In other than
FANUC units, DC code cannot be used.
2 When inputting and outputting various data, using I/O
devices other than a FANUC unit, key in “ , P “INPUT”.
When outputting a family program:
When the system asks “No. = 0” on the family program I/O screen, key
in as follows:
NO. = 1. P
When the baud rate and stop bit setting are not adequate, the baud rate,
stop bit value and the use of DC code are set automatically to the
following values. The preset value on the CRT display screen remains
Baud rate= 4800 bauds
Stop bit = 2 bits
DC code = Used
3 The NC control side is also provided with an Interface No.
and a parameter for setting the baud rate and stop bit, but
since NC control and FAPT control are of independent
processing, it is not necessary to set these values to the
same level in particular. However, when using the same
interface number part for both NC data I/O and FAPT data
I/O, using the same equipment, set the same value for baud
rate and stop bit.
4 NC data I/O and FAPT data I/O cannot be executed at the
FAPT I/O INTERFACE