FANUC PMC-MODEL SD7
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(ii) “RUN to STOP transition signal” (%ST58)
When a RUN to STOP event is detected on system software, this signal will
be turned off during the last scan of LADDER program before LADDER
stopped. This signal has individual status corresponding the scan of each
LADDER execution level. This signal is completely turned off during the
last scan before any execution level of LADDER program stops.
- When does a RUN to STOP event happen?
- Pressing a ”STOP” soft-key on a PMC screen
- ”STOP” commanded by FAPT LADDER-IIIC
- Storing a LADDER program to PMC on PMC ”I/O” screen
- Storing a LADDER program to PMC using FAPT LADDER-IIIC
Referring this signal in a LADDER program, you can recognize and handle
a ”RUN to STOP” transition event. You can program a post-processing for
LADDER execution (i.e. pre-processing for stopping of LADDER
execution). For example, set or reset any appropriate signals into certain
condition for the safety.
(iii) “RUN status signal” (%S603)
Referring this signal on other systems or programs, such a network board, C
executor program, FOCAS1/Ethernet or FOCAS1/HSSB library etc. you can
know the status of LADDER program execution.
1 This signal is available only in LADDER program. Don’t refer this
signal on other systems or programs, such a network board, C executor
program, FOCAS1/Ethernet or FOCAS1/
HSSB library etc. because this
signal has individual status in each LADDER execution level.
2 You can not handle this event using this signal at a power off sequence
and system alarm of CNC in which the execution of LADDER and I/O
scanning are completely shut down.