3. SETTING DATA,
SYSTEM PARAMETER, MTF
SETTING AND DISPLAY OF DATA
(1)Punch %, LF for the ISO code or ER, CR for the EIA code at the
beginning of the tape.
(2)After the End of Block code (LF for ISO code, CR for EIA code),
designate address N followed by a data number within 4 digits.
(3)Punch the data to be set following address P. The data must, of course,
correspond to the parameter number punched with address N.
When many pieces of data are set for machine tool file parameter,
divide the data by “,”.
Example: N2000 P0300, 0104, ...
(4)Punch the End of Block code.
Repeat (b), (c) and (d) as required. The head of one block must be the
data number following address N.
(5)Finally, punch LF, % for the ISO code or CR, ER, for the EIA code.
When this code is read, data input from the tape is finished.
Parameters undesignated on the tape do not change even when the
parameter setting tape is read.