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  • Page 2

    Introduction This manual is a guide for using the MITSUBISHI CNC. Supported models are as follows: Supported model Abbreviations in this manual M800W Series M800 Series, M800, M8 M800S Series M80W Series M80 Series, M80, M8 M80 Series E80 Series...

  • Page 3

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  • Page 4

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  • Page 8

    Precautions for Safety Always read the specifications issued by the machine tool builder, this manual, related manuals and attached documents be- fore installation, operation, programming, maintenance or inspection to ensure correct use. Understand this numerical controller, safety items and cautions before using the unit. This manual ranks the safety precautions into "DANGER", "WARNING"...

  • Page 9

    CAUTION (1) Product and manual For items described as "Restrictions" or "Usable State" in this manual, the instruction manual issued by the machine tool builder takes precedence over this manual. Items not described in this manual must be interpreted as "not possible". This manual is written on the assumption that all the applicable functions are included.

  • Page 10

    This symbol mark is according to the directive 2006/66/EC Article 20 Information for end- users and Annex II. Your MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components which can be recycled and/or reused. This symbol means that batteries and accumulators, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from your household waste.

  • Page 12

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  • Page 14

    本製品の取扱いについて ( 日本語 /Japanese) 本製品は工業用 ( クラス A) 電磁環境適合機器です。販売者あるいは使用者はこの点に注意し、住商業環境以外で の使用をお願いいたします。 Handling of our product (English) This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. 본...

  • Page 16: Table Of Contents

    Contents Alarm 1 Operation Errors (M) ............................ 3 2 Stop Codes (T)............................37 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) .......................... 45 3.1 Servo Errors (S01/S03/S04) ........................... 46 3.2 Initial Parameter Errors (S02) ..........................56 3.3 Safety Function Errors (S05) ..........................58 3.4 Parameter Errors (S51) ............................59 3.5 Servo Warnings (S52) ............................

  • Page 17

    16 Machine Parameters ..........................343 16.1 Base System Parameters ........................... 344 16.2 Base Axis Specification Parameters........................374 16.3 Base Common Parameters ..........................379 16.4 Axis Specifications Parameters .......................... 468 16.5 Zero Point Return Parameters..........................505 16.6 Absolute Position Detection Parameters ......................511 16.7 Servo Parameters...............................

  • Page 18: Alarm

    Alarm IB-1501279-H...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual IB-1501279-H...

  • Page 20: Operation Errors (m)

    Operation Errors (M) IB-1501279-H...

  • Page 21

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1Operation Errors (M) 0001 Aux ax dog overrun Details When executing dog-type reference position, the zero point return speed is too fast or the dog length is too short. Remedy Lower the zero point return speed or increase the dog length. 0003 Aux ax R-pnt direction illegal Details...

  • Page 22

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0002 Some ax does not pass Z phase Details One of the axes did not pass the Z-phase during the initial reference position return after the power was turned Remedy Move the detector one rotation or more in the opposite direction of the reference position, and repeat ref- erence position return.

  • Page 23

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0007 S/W stroke end axis exists Details The stored stroke limit I, II, IIB or IB function has activated. Remedy Move the machine manually. Correct any setting error of the parameters for the stored stroke limit. 0008 Chuck/tailstock stroke end ax Details...

  • Page 24

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0024 R-pnt ret invld at abs pos alm Details A reference position return signal was enabled during an absolute position detection alarm. Remedy Reset the absolute position detection alarm, and then perform the reference position return. 0025 R-pnt ret invld at zero pt ini Details...

  • Page 25

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0050 Chopping axis R-pnt incomplete Details Chopping mode has been entered while the chopping axis has not completed reference position return. All axes interlock has been applied. Remedy Reset the NC or disable the "chopping" signal, and then carry out the reference position return. 0051 Synchronous error excessive Details...

  • Page 26

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0057 Wait for tap retract Details The axis travel command is interlocked as the tap retract is being enabled. Remedy If tapping is necessary, perform tapping retract in advance. However, tapping retract is not allowed during cycle start operation.

  • Page 27

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0095 Illegal op in dia/rad select Details An axis used in the following functions is also used as an axis to perform diameter/radius designation selection. Chopping Synchronization control Or diameter/radius designation selection (G10.9) was issued to the axis in the above mode. Remedy Check the program.

  • Page 28

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0104 F 1-digit feed rate zero Details The F1-digit feedrate has been set to "0" when the F1-digit feed command was executed. Remedy Set the F1-digit feedrate (the parameter "#1185 spd_F1" (F1 digit feedrate F1) to "#1189 spd_F5" (F1 digit feedrate F5)).

  • Page 29

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0111 Restart switch ON Details Restart switch has been turned ON and manual mode has been selected before the restart search is complet- Remedy Search the block to restart. Turn the restart switch OFF. 0112 Program check mode Details...

  • Page 30

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0120 In synchronous correction mode Details The synchronous correction mode switch was pressed in non-handle mode. Remedy Select the handle or manual arbitrary feed mode. Turn OFF the correction mode switch. 0121 No synchronous control option Details The synchronous control operation method was set (with R2589) while no synchronous control option was pro-...

  • Page 31

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0129 PLC interruption impossible Details After the cycle start, the "PLC interrupt" signal was turned ON during buffer correction, program restart, arbi- trary reverse run, tool retract and return, high-speed high-accuracy control II, NURBS interpolation or single block stop at the middle point of G28/G29/G30.

  • Page 32

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0137 Unable to start automatic mode Details Although start of automatic operation is not allowed after a machine groupwise alarm stop ("#1472 mgralmrestart"=0), start of automatic operation has been attempted after the said alarm stop. The cycle operation is started with the guide bushing spindle synchronization related spindle is not being set.

  • Page 33

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0150 Chopping override zero Details The override became "0" in the chopping operation. Remedy Check the chopping override (R2503). Check the rapid traverse override (R2502). 0151 Command axis chopping axis Details A chopping axis movement command was issued from the program during the chopping mode. (This alarm will not occur for the command with the movement amount "0".) (All axes interlock state will be applied.) Remedy...

  • Page 34

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0160 No speed set out of soft limit Details [No speed set out of soft limit] The axis, without any maximum speed outside of the soft limit range set, was returned from the outside of the soft limit range.

  • Page 35

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0167 Aux ax torque limit value zero Details Torque limit value of the parameter group to use is "0". Remedy Check the torque limit value of the parameter group to use (#12814 aux_TL1, #12824 aux_TL2, #12834 aux_TL3, or #12844 aux_TL4).

  • Page 36

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0187 Rotary axis para unswitchable Details The rotary axis configuration parameter switch request signal has turned ON for a part system where any of the following modes is active. Tool center point control mode Inclined surface machining mode Workpiece installation error compensation mode Tool axis direction tool length compensation mode...

  • Page 37

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0211 Too many simul. control axes Details The given command has caused any axis other than those commanded to move. So the total number of axes to move has exceeded the maximum number of simultaneous contour control axes. Remedy Check the maximum number of simultaneous contour control axes of your NC.

  • Page 38

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0241 Rot center err comp excessive Details Compensation amount calculation was excessive, so the amount was clamped by +/- 1mm. Remedy Review the position deviation and angular deviation values. 0245 Unable to start measuring err Details You executed cycle start while measurement of rotation center error or workpiece installation error is invalid.

  • Page 39

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0260 No spec: Spatial error comp Details The spatial error compensation option is not available. Remedy Check the specifications. 0261 Spatial error comp excessive Details The compensation amount is outside the setting range. Due to the calculation of the excessive amount, it is clamped by +/-1mm.

  • Page 40

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 0291 N/A during high-cycle sampling Details An attempt to activate "Speed monitor mode" was made during the high-cycle sampling mode. An attempt to change the gear signal was made during the high-cycle sampling mode. An attempt to execute spindle orientation was made during the high-cycle sampling mode.

  • Page 41

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1004 Superimposition command illegal Details Superimposition start command was issued to the axis which is executing the following functions. Synchronization control Milling interpolation Feed-forward thread cutting control Superimposition start command was issued to the axis which was under superimposition control. The superimposition command was issued to an axis that belongs to the same part system as a basic or synchronous axis of synchronization across part systems.

  • Page 42

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1021 GB SP sync:Phase mem sgnl ilgl Details The guide bushing spindle synchronization phase memory signal was turned ON while the master spindle or guide bushing spindle was rotating. The guide bushing spindle synchronization phase memory signal was turned ON while the guide bushing spindle synchronization signal was OFF.

  • Page 43

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1027 Thread recutting impossible Details The lead axis for thread recutting is not present in a thread recut enabled part system. A variable lead thread cut command has been given in the first thread cut block of thread recutting. Remedy Thread recutting is not supported.

  • Page 44

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1033 Sp-Sp polygon cut interlock Details Cutting feed is in wait state until synchronization is completed. Remedy Wait for the synchronization to end. 1034 Mixed sync ctrl prmtr illegal Details There is a mistake in the settings of mixed control axis parameters (crsax [1] to [8]). Mixed control was attempted within one and the same part system.

  • Page 45

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1038 Move cmnd invld to synchro ax Details A travel command was issued to a synchronous axis in synchronous control. Remedy Correct the program. 1043 No spindle speed clamp Details When the parameter "#1146 Sclamp" has been set to "1", the constant surface speed command (G96) was issued to the spindle which is not selected for the spindle speed clamp command (G92/G50) under Multiple spindle control II.

  • Page 46

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1052 Intrf check across sys: Alarm Details A command has been given that causes the interfering objects to collide each other. Remedy Correct the program. 1053 Interfe chk 0pt return incomp Details Interference check between part systems had started while zero point return of the part system set interfering object has not completed.

  • Page 47

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1102 Cross control axis exists Details A manual travel command has been given to the axis being exchanged when manual interruption is disabled under cross machining control (when "#1435 crsman" = 0). Remedy This error can be cancelled by either one of the following operations.

  • Page 48

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1111 Sub part system I call error Details Sub part system control I command (G122) has been given to a part system where the sub part system I operation mode is deactivated. Sub part system control I command (G122) has been given to a part system which is not reserved as the sub part system in M80.

  • Page 49

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1116 Droop cancel disabled Details Constant torque control droop cancel is commanded to the axis which is not in the constant/ proportional torque control. Constant torque control droop cancel is commanded to the axis in movement by automatic or manual op- eration.

  • Page 50

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1135 Spindle sync cancel error Details Spindle synchronization cancel command has been issued during rotation of C axis under spindle sync C axis control. G113 (without the address H or D) has been issued during the spindle synchronization for two or more sync sets.

  • Page 51

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1216 Prog check: machine posn error Details When the NC reset signal is input with the High-speed simple program check: Coordinate position check ON signal (Y76B) set to ON, the machine coordinate position is different from the position at the program start. Remedy Correct the machining program.

  • Page 52

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 1001 Interference data unspecified Details You attempted to turn ON the interference check III mode with the interfering object data disabled. Remedy Execute the interference data ON command to enable the interference data before turning ON the inter- ference check III mode.

  • Page 53

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 1 Operation Errors (M) 2005 Interference object defi- Interfere:2 rot axes object er nition number Details The solid object set in the interfering object definition is unavailable as an interfering object defined with two rotary axes. Remedy Correct the setting of the solid in the interfering object definition.

  • Page 54: Stop Codes (t)

    Stop Codes (T) IB-1501279-H...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 2 Stop Codes (T) 2Stop Codes (T) 0101 Axis in motion Details Automatic start is not possible as one of the axes is moving. Remedy Try automatic start again after all axes have stopped. 0102 NC not ready Details Automatic start is not possible as the NC is not ready.

  • Page 56

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 2 Stop Codes (T) 0108 Operation mode duplicated Details Two or more automatic operation modes have been selected. Remedy Check for any short circuit in the mode (memory, tape, MDl) selection signal line. Check for any failure in the switch. Correct the sequence program.

  • Page 57

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 2 Stop Codes (T) 0138 In absolute position alarm Details A start signal was input during an absolute position detection alarm. Remedy Clear the absolute position detection alarm, and then input the start signal. 0139 In abs posn initial setting Details A start signal was input during zero point initialization in the absolute position detection system.

  • Page 58

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 2 Stop Codes (T) 0177 Cycle start prohibit (OP error) Details Cycle start was executed during operation error where cycle start cannot be executed. Remedy After canceling operation error, execute cycle start. 0185 Cycle start prohibit(SBT warn) Details Cycle start is disabled because the axis in SBT warning exists in the system.

  • Page 59

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 2 Stop Codes (T) 0203 Reset signal ON Details The reset has been entered. Remedy The program execution position has returned to the start of the program. Execute automatic operation from the start of the machining program. 0204 Auto operation pause signal ON Details...

  • Page 60

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 2 Stop Codes (T) 0302 Block stop cmnd in user macro Details A block stop command was issued in the user macro program. Remedy Press the CYCLE START switch to resume the automatic operation. 0303 Operation mode changed Details Automatic mode changed to another automatic mode.

  • Page 61

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 2 Stop Codes (T) 0401 Collation stop Details Collation stop occurred. Remedy Execute the automatic start to resume the automatic operation. (Factors for waiting com- Fin wait pletion) Details The following Nos. are shown during the operation of the corresponding completion wait factor. The numbers will disappear when the operation is completed.

  • Page 62: Servo/spindle Alarms (s)

    Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) IB-1501279-H...

  • Page 63: Servo Errors (s01/s03/s04)

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) 3Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) 3.1 Servo Errors (S01/S03/S04) Servo alarm is displayed in the following format. Axis name Servo : Axis name Spindle : "S1", "S2", "S3" ... Alarm No. Message Alarm class Alarm class Message Reset method...

  • Page 64

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) (1) Drive unit alarm Reset Servo Spindle Name Details method stop method stop method 10 Insufficient voltage A drop of bus voltage was detected in main circuit. Dynamic stop Coast to a stop 11 Axis selection error The axis selection rotary switch has been incorrectly set.

  • Page 65

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) Reset Servo Spindle Name Details method stop method stop method 27 Sub side encoder: Error 5 An error was detected by the encoder connected to the machine side. Dynamic stop Coast to a stop The error details are different according to the encoder type.

  • Page 66

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) Reset Servo Spindle Name Details method stop method stop method 41 Feedback error 3 Either a missed feedback pulse in the motor side encoder or an Dynamic stop Coast to a stop error in the Z-phase was detected in the full closed loop system.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) Reset Servo Spindle Name Details method stop method stop method 5B Safely limited: Commanded A commanded speed exceeding the safely limited speed was Deceleration Deceleration speed monitoring error detected in the safely limited mode. stop stop 5D Safely limited:...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) Encoder alarm (Servo drive unit) Alarm number when the encoder is connected to CN2 side Alarm number when the encoder is connected to CN3 side Memory LED alarm Data alarm Encoder OSA405 Mitsubishi alarm thermal error...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) Encoder alarm (Spindle drive unit) Alarm number when the encoder is connected toCN2 side Alarm number when the encoder is connected to CN3 side Memory error Waveform Overspeed Relative TS5690 Mitsubishi error position data TS5691 Electric...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) Dual signal error (4D) Name Sub info Details 004D.xxx Dual signal error An error was detected in the signal related to the dual signal. The name of the axis with an error is displayed. The number "xxx" in the decimal place indicates the sub-number.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) 004D.xxx : Alarm number.Sub-number Reset Axis Servo Spindle Sub-No. Name Details method type stop method stop method Register diagnosis error A resister diagnosis error was detected in the Each axis Initial error Initial error safety function.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) (2) Power supply alarm Reset Name Details method 61 Power supply: Power module overcurrent Overcurrent protection function in the power module has started its operation. 62 Power supply: Frequency error The input power supply frequency increased above the specification range. 66 Power supply: Process error An error occurred in the process cycle.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) 3.2 Initial Parameter Errors (S02) 2201-2264 (Axis name) Initial parameter error Details The servo parameter setting data is illegal.The alarm No. is the No. of the servo parameter where the error occurred. Remedy Check the descriptions for the appropriate servo parameters and correct them.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) 13001-13256 (Axis name) Initial parameter error:PR Details Parameter error The spindle parameter setting data is illegal. The alarm No. is the No. of the spindle parameter where the error occurred. Remedy Check the descriptions for the appropriate spindle parameters and correct them. Even when the parameter is set to a value within the setting range, an error is occurring due to the hardware compatibility or specifications or in relation to several other parameters.

  • Page 75: Safety Function Errors (s05)

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) 3.3 Safety Function Errors (S05) 0001 (Axis name) Safety function error Details The STO signal has been input through the CN8 connector. Remedy Make sure that a short-circuiting connector has been inserted into CN8. 0002 (Axis name) Safety function error...

  • Page 76: Parameter Errors (s51)

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) 3.4 Parameter Errors (S51) 2201-2264 (Axis name) Parameter error Details Servo parameter setting data is illegal.The alarm No. is the No. of the servo parameter where the warning oc- curred. Remedy Check the descriptions for the appropriate servo parameters and correct them. 13001-13256 (Axis name) Parameter error...

  • Page 77: Servo Warnings (s52)

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) 3.5 Servo Warnings (S52) Servo warning is displayed in the following format. Axis name Servo : Axis name Spindle : "S1", "S2", "S3" ... Alarm No. Message Alarm class Alarm class Message Servo warning The numerical value in the column of "No."...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) (1) Drive unit warning Reset Stop Name Details method method 96 Scale feedback error An excessive difference in feedback amount was detected between the main side encoder and the MPI scale in MPI scale absolute position detection system.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) (2) Power supply warning Reset Name Details method E9 Instantaneous power interruption warning The power was momentarily interrupted. EA In external emergency stop state External emergency stop signal was input. EB Power supply: Over regeneration warning Over-regeneration detection level exceeded 80%.

  • Page 80: Safety Function Warnings (s53)

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 3 Servo/Spindle Alarms (S) 3.6 Safety Function Warnings (S53) 0001 (Axis name) Safety function warning Details The system has been set in the STO state. The STO state is also entered at the time of emergency stop, but in this case, this warning will not appear be- cause the emergency stop has priority.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 4MCP Alarms (Y) 0050 System alm: Process time over Details System alarm: Process time is over. Remedy The software or hardware may be damaged. Contact the service center. (Note) When two or more alarms (Y02 0051) occur at the same time, only the alarm which has occurred first is displayed.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 0051 x006 SV commu er: Connect error Details A communication error has occurred between controller and drive unit. x: Channel No. (from 0) Remedy Take measures against noise. Check for any failure of the communication cable connectors between controller and drive unit or between two drive units.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 0051 xy30 SV commu er: Node detect err Details A communication error has occurred between controller and drive unit. No response from drive unit to the request from NC when setting network configuration. x: Channel No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) (Parameter No.) Initial parameter error Details There is a problem in the value set for the number of axes or the number of part systems. Remedy Correct the value set for the following corresponding parameters: "#1001 SYS_ON (System validation setup)", "#1002 axisno (Number of axes)", "#1039 spinno (Number of spindles)", etc.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 0004 mcp_no setting error Details The spindle/C axis "#1021 mcp_no (Drive unit I/F channel No. (servo))" and "#3031 smcp_no (Drive unit I/F channel No. (spindle))" are not set to the same values. Remedy Check the values set for the following parameters.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 00xy Too many drive units connected Details The number of drive units connected to each channel exceeds 8. The exceeded number of drive units per channel is displayed as alarm No. x: Exceeded number of drive units at drive unit interface channel 2 (0 to F) y: Exceeded number of drive units at drive unit interface channel 1 (0 to F) Remedy Remove drive units from the channel whose alarm No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 0001 (Error channel) RIO connection error Details RIO station number is too large Although a non-RIO2.0 unit is connected, 9 or a greater number is set as a station No. Remedy If a non-RIO2.0 unit is connected, set the station No. to be 8 or smaller. If you use 9 or a greater station No., do not connect a non-RIO2.0 unit.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 0004 (Axis name) Sfty obsrvation: FB speed err Details Actual rotation speed of the motor is exceeding the speed that has been set with speed monitoring parameter during the speed monitoring mode. The name of the axis with an error is displayed.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 0008 Contactor info Contactor welding detected [M8] Details Contactor welding was detected. Displays the bit corresponding to the No. of the abnormal contactor for the contactor information. Some contactors take a while to be shutdown after the servo ready is turned OFF, and the servo ready was turned ON in the meantime.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 0011 Contactor info Device setting illegal [M8] Details The device set in the parameter "#1353 MC_ct1" (Contactor shutoff output 1 device) does not exist. The device set in the parameter "#1353 MC_ct1" (Contactor shutoff output 1 device) is used as an output device in PLC program.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 0013 STO function operation illegal Details The drive unit's STO function has failed to work properly. Remedy If this alarm has occurred alone, a drive unit failure can be suspected. If other alarms have been generated at the same time, it is also possible that there is communication problem. Check the optical cable wiring.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 0003 Parameter G0t1 illegal Details The time constant has not been set or exceeded the setting range. Remedy Correct "#2005 G0t1 (G0 time constant (primary delay) / Second-step time constant for soft acceleration/de- celeration)".

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 0018 OMR-II parameter error Details An illegal setting was found in the OMR-II-related parameters. OMR-II has been disabled. Remedy Correct the related parameter settings. 0019 PLC indexing stroke length err Details "#12804 aux_tleng (Linear axis stroke length)" has not been set or exceeded the setting range while the linear axis equal indexing is enabled for the PLC indexing axis.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 0031 Unable to alloc. hi-acc buffer Details The high-accuracy acceleration/deceleration buffer has failed to be allocated. Remedy The software or hardware may be damaged. Contact the service center. 0032 Too many hi-speed/accu systems Details The parameter "#8040 High-speed high-accuracy control-enabled part system"...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 4 MCP Alarms (Y) 0039 Machine group No. discrepancy Details The machine group Nos. that are used for the machine groupwise alarm stop function are different among the axes related to inclined axis control and synchronous control. Remedy Give an identical machine group No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 5 System Alarms (Z) 5System Alarms (Z) System error Details The operation result is illegal. Remedy Contact the service center. n1 n2 CC-L IE F communication error Details A communication error has occurred in the communication that uses a CC-Link IE field network unit. n1: Indicates the No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 5 System Alarms (Z) n1 n2 Network expansion card error Details An abnormality has occurred on the field network communication expansion unit. n1: Error slot No. n2: Error No. Remedy 0 99: Two Fieldbus communication expansion units which cannot be used simultaneously are mounted simultane- ously.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 5 System Alarms (Z) n1 n2 n3 n4 EtherNet/IP communication err Details A communication error has occurred in the communication that uses an EtherNet/IP expansion unit. [n1: Output the device Number (in hexadecimal format)] FF: Simultaneously mounting two EtherNet/IP expansion units error Other than FF: Device No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 5 System Alarms (Z) DeviceNet error Details Any of the following errors has occurred in the DeviceNet unit. Master function error (X03 is ON) Slave function error (X08 is ON) Message communication error (X05 is ON) If the errors have occurred in more than one unit, the error No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 5 System Alarms (Z) EcoMonitorLight comm. error Details An error has occurred in the communication with EcoMonitorLight. Remedy Make sure that the CNC has the same communication settings (station No.,baud rate, parity and stop bit) as the EcoMonitorLight in error.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 5 System Alarms (Z) 001x E2PROM error Details [Type] Z51 E2PROM error 0011: Read error Z51 E2PROM error 0012: Write error Remedy  If the same alarm is output by the same operation, the cause is an H/W fault. Contact the Service Center. 000x Battery fault Details...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 5 System Alarms (Z) RIO communication stop Details An error occurs in the communication between the control unit and remote I/O unit. Disconnection of a cable Fault in remote I/O unit Fault of power supply to remote I/O unit The communication interrupted station is displayed in hexadecimal for each RIO channel when an error occurs in the communication between the control unit and remote I/O unit.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 5 System Alarms (Z) Acc/dec time cnst too large Details Acceleration and deceleration time constants are too large. (This alarm occurs with the stop code (T02 0206).) Remedy Set the larger value for "#1206 G1bF(Maximum speed)". Set the smaller value for "#1207 G1btL(Time constant)".

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 5 System Alarms (Z) External link error Details A FROM/TO instruction was used while the MELSEC-Q interface expansion module is not installed. Remedy Install the MELSEC-Q interface expansion module. External link error Details A negative value was set for an I/O No. in the FROM/TO instruction. Remedy Correct the I/O No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 5 System Alarms (Z) External link error Details The I/O No. designated in the FROM/TO instruction is different from the mounted location of the intelligent func- tion module on the extension base (the module's I/O No.). Remedy Correct the I/O No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 5 System Alarms (Z) 0002 No display conn. to panel I/O Details No display unit is connected to the operation panel I/O unit. Remedy Make sure an operation panel I/O unit for M800W Series is connected. Make sure the display unit is being powered.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 5 System Alarms (Z) 0002 Overvoltage detection alarm Details Overvoltage was detected in hardware voltage. Remedy Turn OFF and ON the NC power. If this alarm occurs frequently, check the power supply voltage. 0004 Memory ECC error Details Incorrect data has been read out from the internal memory.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 6 Absolute Position Detection System Alarms (Z7*) 6Absolute Position Detection System Alarms (Z7*) 0001 (Axis name) Abs posn base set incomplete Details Zero point initialization is incomplete. Otherwise, the spindle was removed. Remedy Complete zero point initialization. (Note) To release alarm "Z70 Abs data error", enter the parameter data output when establishing the absolute position and turn ON the power again.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 6 Absolute Position Detection System Alarms (Z7*) 0005 (Axis name) Abs posn param restored Details The data has been restored by inputting the parameters during the alarm No.0001, 0002, and 0003. Remedy Turn the power ON again to start the operation. (Note) To release alarm "Z70 Abs data error", enter the parameter data output when establishing the absolute position and turn ON the power again.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 6 Absolute Position Detection System Alarms (Z7*) 0003 (Axis name) AbsEncoder: Commu error Details Communication with the absolute position detector has been disabled. Remedy Check and replace the cables, card or detector. Turn the power ON again and perform zero point initialization. Zero point initialization: (Required) only when the detector has been replaced.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 6 Absolute Position Detection System Alarms (Z7*) 0001 Battery for abs data fault Details Low backup battery Servo alarm 9F Low battery voltage Remedy If the battery voltage is low or the cable is damaged, there is no need to initialize the absolute position. IB-1501279-H...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 7 Distance-coded Reference Scale Errors (Z8*) 7Distance-coded Reference Scale Errors (Z8*) 0001 Basic position lost Details The basic point data saved in the NC has been damaged. Remedy Set the parameters. If the basic point data is not restored by setting the parameters, perform zero point initialization.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 8 Emergency Stop Alarms (EMG) 8Emergency Stop Alarms (EMG) Emergency stop Details The user PLC has entered the emergency stop state during the sequence process. Remedy Investigate and remove the cause of the user PLC emergency stop. EXIN Emergency stop Details...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 8 Emergency Stop Alarms (EMG) LINK Emergency stop Details An emergency stop occurs when the FROM/TO instruction is not executed within 500ms. Remedy Execute the FROM/TO instruction one or more times every 500ms. The time in which no interrupt request is issued from MELSEC is measured and stored in the following R reg- isters: R10190: Current timeout counter R10191: Maximum timeout counter after power ON...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 8 Emergency Stop Alarms (EMG) CVIN Emergency stop Details The "emergency stop" signal for power supply is significant (open) because the external emergency stop func- tion for power supply is enabled. Remedy Cancel the "emergency stop" signal. Check for any broken wires.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 9 Computer Link Errors (L) 9Computer Link Errors (L) 0004 Timeout error Details Communication ended with timeout. (CNC has a 248-byte receive buffer. The time during which CNC receives 248 bytes exceeds the 'TIME-OUT' value set in the I/O device parameter. Remedy Set a greater timeout value in the input/output device parameter.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 10 User PLC Alarms (U) 10User PLC Alarms (U) (Note) U10 Illegal PLC (User PLC is illegal) - "xx" in the lower 16 bits of the sub-status 1 indicates the program No. (0x01 to 0x78(in the hexadecimal form)) - The sub-alarm No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 10 User PLC Alarms (U) 0x130* Illegal PLC Details Number of data over (at PLC system startup) The total number of "comment files", "PLC message files", and "source information files" stored in built-in ROM exceeded the maximum. Remedy Remedy the error in either of the following methods.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 10 User PLC Alarms (U) 0x24xx.yy Number of steps Illegal PLC Details Reserved label error (Before executing PLC) (1) When using the multi-programming method, disabled reserved label exists. (2) When using the independent program method, reserved labels are duplicated. Remedy (1) When using the multi-programming method, delete the reserved label.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 10 User PLC Alarms (U) 0x280* Illegal PLC Details No main processing ladders (Before executing PLC) Main processing program to be executed cannot be identified. (1) When using the multi-programming method, main processing "scan" is not set in the PC parameter (pro- gram setting).

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 10 User PLC Alarms (U) 0x500* Illegal PLC Details Maximum project No. illegal (at PLC system startup) Multi-project parameter setting is illegal (due to the following reason). The value outside the setting range (1 to number of usable project) was detected. Remedy (1) Check the presence of the expansion project additional specification and reconsider the setting range.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 10 User PLC Alarms (U) 0x550* Illegal PLC Details Execution project illegal (at the PLC system startup) Multi-project parameter setting is illegal (due to the following reasons). The value outside the setting range (ON/OFF) was detected. All execution projects are OFF.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 10 User PLC Alarms (U) 0x71xx.yy Number of steps Illegal PLC Details Caution; Ladder program writing during RUN is disabled (common pointer is used in high-speed processing) With RUN write is ON, high-speed program with common pointer is running. RUN write is not available with this condition.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 10 User PLC Alarms (U) 0x83xx.yy Number of steps Illegal PLC Details Software exceptional interruption (Unmounted instruction error) has occurred. (1) When the bit selection parameter (#6452 bit6) "branch destination label check valid" is set to "0", jumped to an undefined label.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 10 User PLC Alarms (U) PLC stopped / is not saved Details The ladder is stopped and the edited sequence program is not stored in the built-in ROM. (The contents of temporary memory area and sequence program in the built-in ROM are mismatched.) Remedy Run the PLC.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 11 Network Service Errors (N) 11Network Service Errors (N) N001 Modem initial error Details An error occurred in the modem connection at the power ON. Remedy Check the connection between the NC and modem, connection port and power supply to modem. N002 Redial over Details...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 11 Network Service Errors (N) N009 Password error Details The file reception failed in machining data sharing due to a wrong password. Remedy Input the password again. N010 Customer number error Details The file reception failed in machining data sharing due to a wrong customer number. Remedy Input the customer number again.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) 12Program Errors (P) These alarms occur during automatic operation‚ and the causes of these alarms are mainly program errors which occur‚ for instance‚ when mistakes have been made in the preparation of the machining programs or when programs which conform to the specification have not been prepared.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) Illegal address Details An address not listed in the specifications has been used. Remedy Correct the program address. Correct the parameter settings. Check the specifications. Format error Details The command format in the program is not correct. Remedy Correct the program.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) No specifications Details A non-specified G code was commanded. The selected operation mode is out of the option setting. The selected operation mode is out of the parameter setting. Remedy Check the specifications. Check the parameter setting values.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) No spec: Unidirectional posit. Details Unidirectional positioning (G60) was commanded while the function is out of specifications. Remedy Check the specifications. No F command Details No feed rate command has been issued. There is no F command in the cylindrical interpolation or polar coordinate interpolation immediately after the G95 mode is commanded.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) No spec: Herical cutting Details A helical command has been issued though it is out of specifications. Remedy Check whether the specifications are provided for the helical cutting. An Axis 3 command has been issued by the circular interpolation command. If there is no helical specifi- cation, move the linear axis to the next block.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P110 Plane select during figure rot Details Plane selection (G17/G18/G19) was commanded during figure rotation. Remedy Correct the machining program. P111 Plane selected while coord rot Details Plane selection commands (G17, G18, G19) were issued during a coordinate rotation was being commanded. Remedy Always command coordinate rotation cancel after the coordinate rotation command, and then issue a plane selection command.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P123 No spec: High-accuracy control Details High-accuracy control command was issued though it is out of specifications. Remedy Check the specifications. P124 No spec: Inverse time feed Details The inverse time option is not provided. Remedy Check the specifications.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P131 No spec: Cnst surface ctrl G96 Details A constant surface speed control command (G96) was issued though it is out of specifications. Remedy Check the specifications. Issue a rotation speed command (G97) instead of the constant surface speed control command (G96). P132 Spindle rotation speed S=0 Details...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P151 Radius compen during arc mode Details A compensation command (G40, G41, G42, G43, G44, or G46) has been issued in the arc modal (G02 or G03). Remedy Issue the linear command (G01) or rapid traverse command (G00) in the compensation command block or cancel block.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P158 Illegal tip point Details An illegal tip point No. (other than 1 to 8) was found during G46 nose R compensation. Remedy Correct the tip point No. P161 No spec: 3D tool R comp Details 3-dimensional tool radius compensation (tool vertical direction compensation) is not included in the specifica- tions.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P173 G10 P number error Details The compensation No. at the G10 command is not within the permitted number of sets in the specifications. Remedy Check the number of sets for the tool compensation Nos. and correct the address P designation to be with- in the number of sets.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P182 Synchronous tap error Details Connection to the main spindle unit was not established. The synchronous tapping was attempted with the spindle not serially connected under the multiple-spindle control I. Synchronous tapping command was given to the analog spindle while analog spindle synchronous tapping was unavailable.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P199 Tool selection is incorrect Details A turning tool shape compensation was commanded while a tool other than turning tool has been selected. Remedy Select "Lathing" for tool type in tool management data before giving the turning tool shape compensation command.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P220 No spec: Special fixed cycle Details There are no special fixed cycle specifications. Remedy Check the specifications. P221 No. of special fixed holes = 0 Details "0" has been specified for the number of holes in special fixed cycle mode. Remedy Correct the program.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P235 Program editing Details Operation was attempted for the file under program editing. Remedy Execute the program again after completion of program editing. P240 No spec: Variable commands Details A variable command (with #) was issued though it is out of specifications. Remedy Check the specifications.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P250 No spec: Figure rotation Details Figure rotation (M98 I_J_P_H_L_) was commanded though it is out of specifications. Remedy Check the specifications. P251 Figure rotation overlapped Details Figure rotation command was issued during figure rotation. Remedy Correct the program.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P273 Macro call nesting over Details The number of macro call nests exceeded the limit imposed by the specifications. Remedy Correct the program so that the macro calls do not exceed the limit imposed by the specifications. P275 Macro argument over Details...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P289 IF-ENDIF MMC. Details IF and ENDIF are not in pairs. THEN/ELSE is ordered in the absence of IF command. Remedy The program is reviewed so that IF and ENDIF become pairs. Before THEN/ELSE command, IF[<conditional expression>]command is given.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P297 Address-A error Details The user macro does not use address A as a variable. Remedy Correct the program. P298 G200-G202 cmnd in tape Details User macro G200, G201, or G202 was specified during tape or MDI mode. Remedy Correct the program.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P371 Facing t-post MR illegal Details Mirror image for facing tool posts was commanded to an axis in external mirror image or parameter mirror image. The commanded mirror image for facing tool posts enables the mirror image for a rotary axis. Remedy Correct the program.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P391 No spec: Geometric arc Details There are no geometric IB specifications. Remedy Check the specifications. P392 Angle < 1 degree (GEOMT) Details The angular difference between the geometric line and line is 1° or less. Remedy Correct the geometric angle.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P411 Illegal modal G111 Details G111 was issued during milling mode. G111 was issued during nose R compensation mode. G111 was issued during constant surface speed. G111 was issued during mixed control (cross axis control). G111 was issued during fixed cycle.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P423 R-Navi input error Details G10 L110, G10 L111 or G11 has been given together with any other command in a block. Address Q has been omitted from G10 L110. Address P, Q or D has been omitted from G10 L111. Machining surface parameter input command has been issued for an undefined workpiece.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P436 G29 and M commands in a block Details An M command was issued simultaneously in the G29 command block. Remedy Place the M code command, which cannot be issued in a G29 command block, in separate block from G29 command block.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P480 No spec: Milling Details Milling was commanded though it is out of specifications. Polar coordinate interpolation was commanded though it is out of specifications. Remedy Check the specifications. P481 Illegal G code (mill) Details An illegal G code was used during the milling mode.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P485 Illegal modal (mill) Details The milling mode was turned ON during nose R compensation or constant surface speed control. A T command was issued during the milling mode. The mode was switched from milling to cutting during tool compensation. Cylindrical interpolation or polar coordinate interpolation was commanded during the constant surface speed control mode (G96).

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P501 Cross (G110) impossible Details Mixed control command (G110), Arbitrary axis exchange command (G140), Arbitrary axis exchange return command (G141) or Base axis configuration restore command (G142) has been given to a part system that is under any of the following state.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P521 Illegal synchronization axis Details The axis specified as a basic or synchronous axis of synchronization across part systems cannot be synchro- nized. Remedy Correct the program. P544 No spec: Wk instl err cmp Details The workpiece installation error compensation function is out of the specifications.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P554 Invld manual interrupt in G6.2 Details Manual interruption was executed in a block that applies the G06.2 mode. Remedy Execute the manual interruption in the block that does not apply the G06.2 mode. P555 Invalid restart during G06.2 Details...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P604 TLM illegal axis Details No axis was specified in the automatic tool length measurement block. Otherwise, two or more axes were spec- ified. Remedy Specify only one axis. P605 T & TLM command in a block Details The T code is in the same block as the automatic tool length measurement block.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P612 Exponential function error Details A travel command for exponential interpolation was issued during mirror image for facing tool posts. Remedy Correct the program. P650 Sub sys identification # error Details The identification No. specified in the address B of G122 or G144 is that of the part system where G122 is given.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P657 PLC Device too much Details Multiple assignment expressions which include the PLC direct interface command are commanded to the same block. Remedy Command the assignment command using PLC direct interface by itself. P700 Illegal command value Details...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P803 Proceed of prog check disabled Details The commanded G code has disabled the program check. Remedy Delete the G code that disables the program check, and then retry the program check. (Note that deleting the G code may affect the operation of the subsequent blocks.) P900 No spec: Normal line control...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P923 Illegal addr in 3D coord blk Details A G code and G68 was commanded in a block though the G code cannot be commanded with G68. Remedy Refer to the programming manual for usable G commands. P924 Travel cmd error in 3Dconvert Details...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P941 Invalid T tip control command Details A tool tip center control command was issued during a modal for which a tool tip center control command can- not be issued. Remedy Correct the program. P942 Invalid cmnd during T tip ctrl Details...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P955 Inclined face coord illegal Details Impossible to define an inclined surface with the values you specified. Remedy Check the program. P956 G68.2P10 surface not defined Details The coordinate system for the machining surface selected with G68.2P10 has not been defined. Remedy Set the machining surface so that the coordinate system can be defined.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 12 Program Errors (P) P963 Illegal direct cmnd mode cmnd Details The commanded coordinate value was beyond the maximum travel distance in direct command mode. Remedy Correct the coordinate value in direct command mode. P990 PREPRO error Details Combining commands that required pre-reading (nose R offset, corner chamfering/corner rounding, geometric I, geometric IB, and compound type fixed cycle for turning machining) resulted in eight or more pre-read blocks.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 13Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 13.1 Smart Safety Observation Error (V01/V02/V03/V04/V05/V06/V07) 0001 Safety watchdog error Details Safety function is not carried out in specified cycle. Remedy CPU may be faulty. Contact our service center. 0002 Cross-check error Details...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 0007 Axis name NC-DRV initial safe comm error Details The initial communication between NC unit and drive unit is incorrect. Displays the name of axis with error. Remedy Check if there is no contact failure or no cable fracture after NC/Drive power OFF. NC unit or drive unit may be faulty.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 0002 Unit info Slave station comm. error 2 Details The data received by the safety I/O unit is incorrect. The screen displays the unit No. and RIO system with an error.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 0006 Unit info Output signal cross-check err Details Loop-back signals of the outputs from the safety I/O unit are inconsistent between PLC1 and PLC2. The screen displays the unit No., RIO system and signal bit with an error. [M8] bit24-27: Unit No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 0009 Unit info Host station comm. error 1 Details The data received from the safety I/O unit is incorrect. The screen displays the unit No. and RIO system with an error. bit24-27: Unit No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 0014 Error cause number User safety sequence 2 error Details An error has occurred in User safety sequence 2. The screen displays the error cause. Safety observation target axes are stopped. User safety sequences 1 and 2 are both stopped.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 0003 Safety I/O unit-connect- Safe IO disabled: connect err ed channel Details A safety I/O unit has been connected to the I/O connection channel where RIO1.0 unit is connected. The screen displays the I/O connection channel to which the safety I/O unit is connected using a bit number. bit0: Operation panel bit1: RIO 1CH bit2: RIO 2CH...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 0007 Emergency stop device EMG stop signal device illegal index No. Details The channel No. or station No. of the emergency stop signal device (set by parameters) does not coincide with any contact point (channel/station No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 0002 Axis name SLS deceleration error Details The command/FB speed has failed to decelerate to the safely-limited speed(*) or lower within a period of SLS deceleration observation time (set by parameter) after start of SLS observation. The screen displays the name of axis of this error.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 0006 Axis name SOS travel distance error Details The command/FB travel distance, which had exceeded the SOS travel distance tolerance (+/-) (set by param- eter) during SOS, has failed to reduce to the SOS travel distance tolerance (+/-) or smaller within the SOS_P detection delay time (set by parameter).

  • Page 189: Smart Safety Observation Warning (v50/v51/v52/v53/v54)

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 13.2 Smart Safety Observation Warning (V50/V51/V52/V53/V54) 0001 Axis name SSM hysteresis setting error Details The SSM hysteresis width (set by parameter) is greater than the SSM speed (set by parameter). The screen displays the name of axis of this error.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 0005 Axis name SBT warning 4 Details The axis movement amount exceeded the tolerable value in the test pattern 1 of motor brake test. Displays the name of axis with the error. Remedy Move the axis to safe position by manual operation.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 13 Smart Safety Observation Alarm (V) 0001 Unit info Warning on 24Hr continuous ON Details Output signal of the safety I/O unit has been kept ON for 24 hours or longer. The screen displays the unit No., RIO system and signal BIT that are subject to the warning. [M8] bit28-31: None bit24-27: Unit No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 14Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 1000 Power shutoff Details A momentary power failure has occurred. The power supply has been shut off. Remedy Check the power supply status. 1080 ROM write count error Details The number of writes to the flash ROM (data memory, program memory, and system memory*1) exceeded 100000 times.

  • Page 194: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 1133 Socket comm. response send error Details The response send failed during socket communications. Remedy Check the operation of the external device or switching hub. Since there may be congestion of packets on the line, send data after a certain period of time. Check if the connection cable is disconnected.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 1166 TCP/IP send failed Details Data was not sent correctly with TCP/IP. Remedy Check the settings for connection with the external device. Check the operation of the external device or switching hub. Since there may be congestion of packets on the line, send data after a certain period of time.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 1262 Multiple CPU synchronization processing error Details The program run section of a synchronous interrupt program has been exceeded. The multiple CPU synchronous interrupt program (I45) has not been completed within the program run section.

  • Page 197: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 2002 Module configuration error Details The number of points assigned to the intelligent function module in the system parameters ("I/O Assign- ment Setting") is smaller than that of the module actually mounted. Remedy Re-set the number of points in the system parameters in accordance with the intelligent function module actually mounted.

  • Page 198: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 2020 Module configuration error Details There is a mounted module that is not supported, or there is a mounted module that is not supported by the network type (module model name) set in system parameters ("I/O Assignment Setting"). Remedy Remove the unsupported module if any.

  • Page 199: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 2044 CPU module configuration error Details The host CPU No. set in the system parameters ("I/O Assignment Setting") differs from the one determined by the mounting position of the CPU module. Remedy Re-set the host CPU No.

  • Page 200: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 20E0 Module unrecognized Details A module that the CPU module cannot recognize is mounted. The module cannot be recognized because the control CPU setting of the system parameter setting differs from that of other CPU modules in the multiple CPU system.

  • Page 201: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 2220 Parameter A error Details The parameter setting is corrupted. Remedy Check the detailed information (parameter information) of the error by executing module diagnostics using the engineering tool, and write the displayed parameter setting to the CPU module. If the same error code is displayed again, the possible cause is a hardware failure of the data memory in the CPU module, the memory card, or the module (I/O module or intelligent function module) connected.

  • Page 202: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 2240 Parameter error (module) Details In the multiple CPU system, the I/O module or intelligent function module controlled by another CPU mod- ule is specified in the module parameters. Remedy Check the detailed information (parameter information) of the error by executing module diagnostics using the engineering tool, and correct the parameter setting corresponding to the displayed number.

  • Page 203: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 2262 Parameter error (network) Details The station type set in the module parameters differs that of the module actually mounted. Remedy Check the detailed information (parameter information) of the error by executing module diagnostics using the engineering tool, and correct the parameter setting corresponding to the displayed number.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 22E0 Parameter verification error Details In the multiple CPU system, the system parameter settings of the host CPU module differ from those of other CPU modules. In the multiple CPU system, the system parameter settings are overwritten only to the host CPU module, and the settings differ from those of other CPU modules.

  • Page 205: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 2321 Remote A password setting error Details In the multiple CPU system, the module controlled by another CPU module is specified by the start I/O number of the remote password setting. Remedy Check and correct the remote password setting.

  • Page 206: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 2450 Module major error Details A major error has been notified from the intelligent function module connected. The I/O module or intelligent function module is not mounted properly or was removed during operation. Remedy Check the connection status of the extension cable.

  • Page 207: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 24C0 System bus error Details An error was detected on the system bus. Remedy Take measures to reduce noise. Reset the CPU module, and run it again. If the same error code is displayed again, the possible cause is a hardware failure of the CPU module, base unit, extension cable, or module (I/O module or intelligent func- tion module) connected.

  • Page 208: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 24C6 System bus error Details An error was detected on the system bus. Remedy Take measures to reduce noise. Reset the CPU module, and run it again. If the same error code is displayed again, the possible cause is a hardware failure of the CPU module or extension cable.

  • Page 209: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 2501 WDT error Details The scan time exceeded the execution monitoring time set in parameter. The 2nd or later scan time exceeded the execution monitoring time set in the CPU parameters. The execution time of the fixed scan interrupt program exceeded the interrupt execution interval.

  • Page 210: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 2611 Inter-module synch signal error Details An inter-module synchronization error has been detected. Remedy Take measures to reduce noise. Reset the CPU module, and run it again. If the same error code is displayed again, the possible cause is a hardware failure of the CPU module, base unit, extension cable, or module (I/O module or intelligent func- tion module) connected.

  • Page 211: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 3005 Boot function execution error Details When the boot function is executed, the security key registered in the CPU module (or extended SRAM cassette) does not match the one that locks the boot source program. When the boot function is executed, the security key is not registered in the CPU module (or extended SRAM cassette) even though the boot source program is locked with the security key.

  • Page 212: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 3C00 Hardware failure Details A hardware failure has been detected. Remedy Take measures to reduce noise. Reset the CPU module, and run it again. If the same error code is displayed again, the possible cause is a hardware failure of the CPU module.

  • Page 213: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 3C12 Hardware failure Details The waveform of the voltage out of the specified range has been detected in the power supply module. A hardware failure has been detected in the power supply module, CPU module, base unit, or extension cable.

  • Page 214: Parameter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 14 Multi CPU Errors (A) [C80] 3C2F Memory error Details An error has been detected in the memory. Remedy Take measures to reduce noise. Reset the CPU module, and run it again. If the same error code is displayed again, the possible cause is a hardware failure of the CPU module.

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  • Page 219: Machining Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15User Parameters The parameters with "(PR)" requires the CNC to be turned OFF after the settings. Turn the power OFF and ON to enable the parameter settings. 15.1 Machining Parameters #1026 base_I Base axis I Set the names of the basic axes that compose the plane.

  • Page 220

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #1030 aux_J Flat axis J Set the axis name when there is an axis parallel to "#1027 base_J". ---Setting range--- Axis names such as X, Y or Z #1031 aux_K Flat axis K Set the axis name when there is an axis parallel to "#1028 base_K".

  • Page 221

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #1188 spd_F4 F1 digit feedrate F4 Set the feedrate for the F command in the F 1-digit command ("#1079 F1digit" is set to "1"). Feedrate when F4 is issued (mm/min) When "#1246 set08/bit6" is set to "1" and F 1-digit feed is commanded, the feedrate can be increased/de- creased by operating the manual handle.

  • Page 222

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8005 ZONE r Set the distance between the measurement point and deceleration start point. ---Setting range--- 0 to 99999.999 (mm) #8006 ZONE d Set the tolerable range of the measurement point. An alarm will occur when the sensor signal turns ON before the range, set by this parameter, has not been reached from the measurement point, or when the signal does not turn ON after the range is passed.

  • Page 223

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8039 Comp. range limit Compensation distance tolerance Specify the upper limit of the distance between the command position and compensation position when the smooth fairing function is ON. If you specify a negative value, operation is conducted with no tolerance limit. If "0"...

  • Page 224

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8069 G76G78in-posn wdt. Specify the in-position check width to be used for deceleration check of G0-G0 blocks in thread cutting cycle (G76 or G78). When this parameter is set to "0", or when the option "Programmable in-position check" is OFF, normal de- celeration check method is applied.

  • Page 225

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8081 Gcode Rotat (for L system only) Set the rotation angle for the program coordinate rotation command. This parameter is enabled when "1" is set in "#1270 ext06/bit5 (Coordinate rotation angle without com- mand)".

  • Page 226

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8627 Coord rot angle Set the rotation angle for coordinate rotation control. When this parameter is set, the coordinate rotation vector (#8625, #8626) will be "0". ---Setting range--- -360.000 to 360.000 (°) #8701 Tool length Set the length to the touch tool tip.

  • Page 227

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8711 TLM L meas axis Set the tool length measurement axis. Set the "#1022 axname2" axis name. ---Setting range--- Axis name (Note) If the axis name is illegal or not set, the 3rd axis name will be set as default. #8712 TLM D meas axis Set the tool diameter measurement axis.

  • Page 228

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8718 WE meas. wk coord [M8] Specify the workpiece coordinate system in which you input the workpiece coordinates for workpiece instal- lation error measurement. Set the number part of the coordinate system modal. (54, 54.1, 55, 56, 57, 58 or 59) ---Setting range--- 0, 54 to 59 #8719...

  • Page 229

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8724 Sensor T L comp No [M8] Specify the tool length compensation No. of touch probe that is used for measurement of rotation center error or workpiece installation error. Set the touch probe offset in the said number before measurement. If the specified offset is significantly different, the sensor may be damaged.

  • Page 230

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #19003 PRG coord rot type Select the start point of the initial travel command after program coordinate rotation command. 0: Calculate the end position using the current position on the local coordinate system before rotating, with- out rotating the start point in accordance with the coordinates rotation.

  • Page 231

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #19010 Corner check width Corner deceleration check width When deceleration of the currently executed block has started and a position error width between the pro- grammed end point and machine position has reduced to this parameter or less, the control starts execution of the next block.

  • Page 232

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #19103 Sensor over-travel [M8] Specify the over-travel distance of the sensor that is used for measurement of rotation center error or work- piece installation error. (allowable excess of sensor, over-stroke) Set the smallest over-travel distance among all the axes. The initial approaching speed to the reference sphere is determined according to the over-travel distance.

  • Page 233

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #19418 Arc inside min ovr (for M system only) [M8] Set the minimum value of arc inside override. R1/R2 come close to zero and the tool feed stops when the radius of tool center path(R1) is very smaller than the radius of program path (R2).

  • Page 234

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #19426 ManualB Std F1 This sets the rotary axis speed for surface speed control standard radius 1 (ManualB Std R1). When the setting value of #19426 is larger than that of "#19428 ManualB Std F2", #19426 setting will be used as surface speed control standard speed 2: #19427 setting will be used as surface speed control standard speed 1.

  • Page 235: Fixed Cycle Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.2 Fixed Cycle Parameters #8012 G73n (for M system only) Set the return amount for G73 (step cycle). ---Setting range--- 0 to 99999.999 (mm) #8013 G83 n Set the return amount for G83 (deep hole drilling cycle). ---Setting range--- 0 to 99999.999 (mm) #8014...

  • Page 236

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8054 G73 W Set the Z-axis cutting margin of the forming rough cutting cycle (G73). ---Setting range--- -99999.999 to 99999.999 (mm) #8055 G73 R Set how many times cutting will be performed in the forming rough cutting cycle (G73). ---Setting range--- 0 to 99999 (times) #8056...

  • Page 237: Control Parameters 1

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.3 Control Parameters 1 (PR) #1041 l_inch Initial state (inch) Select the unit system for the program travel amount when the power is turned ON or reset and for position display. 0: Metric system 1: Inch system (Note) The units of the following data are converted by "#1041 I_inch".

  • Page 238

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #1126 PB_G90 Playback G90 Select the method to command the playback travel amount in the playback editing. 0: Incremental value 1: Absolute value #1128 RstVCI Clear variables by resetting Select how to handle the common variables when resetting. 0: Common variables won't change after resetting.

  • Page 239

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8108 R COMP Select Select the arc radius error compensation target. 0: Perform compensation over all axes. 1: Perform compensation axis by axis. (Note) This parameter is effective only when "#8107 R COMPENSATION" is "1". #8109 HOST LINK [M8]...

  • Page 240

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8114 Milling Init G19 Set which plane to execute for milling machining after the power is turned ON or reset. #8113:0, #8114:0 ---> G17 plane #8113:0, #8114:1 ---> G19 plane #8113:1, #8114:0 ---> G16 plane #8113:1, #8114:1 --->...

  • Page 241

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8122 Keep G43 MDL M-REF Select whether to keep the tool length offset by high speed manual reference position return during tool length offset. 0: Will not be kept (Cancel) 1: Kept #8123 H-spd retract ON Select whether to enable the drilling cycle at high-speed retract in fixed cycle for drilling.

  • Page 242

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8131 High speed/accu 3 Switch to high-speed high-accuracy 3 Select whether to treat high-speed high-accuracy control II command as high-speed high-accuracy control III command. 0 : Treat G05P10000 as high-speed high-accuracy control II command (G05P10000). 1 : Treat G05P10000 as high-speed high-accuracy control III command (G05P20000).

  • Page 243

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8145 Validate F1 digit Select whether to execute the F command with a 1-digit code command or with a direct numerical command. (The same value as "#1079 F1digt" will be reflected. When either setting changes, the other will change ac- cordingly.) 0: Direct numerical command (command feedrate during feed per minute or rotation) 1: 1-digit code command (with the feedrate specified by the parameters "#1185 spd_F1"...

  • Page 244: Control Parameters 2

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.4 Control Parameters 2 #1025 l_plane Initial plane selection Select the plane to be selected when the power is turned ON or reset. When 0 is specified, 1 is assumed (X-Y plane).e model and specifications. 1: X-Y plane (G17 command state) 2: Z-X plane (G18 command state) 3: Y-Z plane (G19 command state)

  • Page 245

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #1085 G00Drn G00 dry run Select whether to apply dry run (feed at manual setting speed instead of command feedrate) to the G00 com- mand. 0: Not apply to G00. (move at rapid traverse rate) 1: Apply to G00.

  • Page 246: I/o Parameters [m8]

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.5 I/O Parameters [M8] #9001 DATA IN PORT [M8] Select the port for inputting the data such as machine program and parameters. 1: ch1 2: ch2 #9002 DATA IN DEV. [M8] Select the device No. for inputting the data. (The device Nos. correspond to the input/output device param- eters.) ---Setting range--- 0 to 4...

  • Page 247

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9009 PLC IN/OUT PORT [M8] Select the port for inputting/outputting various data with PLC. 1: ch1 2: ch2 #9010 PLC IN/OUT DEV. [M8] Select the device No. used for the PLC input/output. (The device Nos. correspond to the input/output device parameters.) ---Setting range--- 0 to 4...

  • Page 248

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9054 MACRO PRINT FILE [M8] Set the file name to save the output data to a memory card with the DRPNT command for the user macro. If this parameter is not set, the data will be output under the following name. dprt$-MMDDhhmmssff $ is the part system No.

  • Page 249

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9105 DEV0 EVEN PARITY [M8] Select odd or even when parity is added to the data. This parameter is ignored when no parity is added. 0: Odd parity 1: Even parity #9106 DEV0 CHR. LENGTH [M8] Set the length of the data bit.

  • Page 250

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9114 DEV0 FEED CHR. [M8] Set the length of the tape feed to be output at the start and end of the data during tape output. ---Setting range--- 0 to 999 (characters) #9115 DEV0 PARITY V [M8] Select whether to perform the parity check for the number of characters in a block at the input of data.

  • Page 251

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9121 DEV0 EIA CODE [ [M8] Set the code in hexadecimal, which does not duplicate the existing EIA codes, for the special code " [ ". When output with EIA code, data can be output using the alternate code in which the special ISO code, not included in EIA, is specified.

  • Page 252

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9128 DEV0 EIA CODE ! [M8] Set the code in hexadecimal, which does not duplicate the existing EIA codes, for the special code "!". When output with EIA code, data can be output using the alternate code in which the special ISO code, not included in EIA, is specified.

  • Page 253

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9206 DEV1 CHR. LENGTH [M8] Select the length of the data bit. Refer to "#9204 DEV1 PARITY CHECK". 0: 5 (bit) 1: 6 2: 7 (NC connection not supported) 3: 8 #9207 DEV1 TERMINATR TYP [M8] Select the code to terminate data reading.

  • Page 254

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9214 DEV1 FEED CHR. [M8] Set the length of the tape feed to be output at the start and end of the data during tape output. ---Setting range--- 0 to 999 (characters) #9215 DEV1 PARITY V [M8] Select whether to perform the parity check for the number of characters in a block at the input of data.

  • Page 255

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9221 DEV1 EIA CODE [ [M8] Set the code in hexadecimal, which does not duplicate the existing EIA codes, for the special code " [ ". When output with EIA code, data can be output using the alternate code in which the special ISO code, not included in EIA, is specified.

  • Page 256

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9228 DEV1 EIA CODE ! [M8] Set the code in hexadecimal, which does not duplicate the existing EIA codes, for the special code "!". When output with EIA code, data can be output using the alternate code in which the special ISO code, not included in EIA, is specified.

  • Page 257

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9306 DEV2 CHR. LENGTH [M8] Select the length of the data bit. Refer to "#9304 DEV2 PARITY CHECK". 0: 5 (bit) 1: 6 2: 7 (NC connection not supported) 3: 8 #9307 DEV2 TERMINATR TYP [M8] Select the code to terminate data reading.

  • Page 258

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9314 DEV2 FEED CHR. [M8] Set the length of the tape feed to be output at the start and end of the data during tape output. ---Setting range--- 0 to 999 (characters) #9315 DEV2 PARITY V [M8] Select whether to perform the parity check for the number of characters in a block at the input of data.

  • Page 259

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9321 DEV2 EIA CODE [ [M8] Set the code in hexadecimal, which does not duplicate the existing EIA codes, for the special code " [ ". When output with EIA code, data can be output using the alternate code in which the special ISO code, not included in EIA, is specified.

  • Page 260

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9328 DEV2 EIA CODE ! [M8] Set the code in hexadecimal, which does not duplicate the existing EIA codes, for the special code "!". When output with EIA code, data can be output using the alternate code in which the special ISO code, not included in EIA, is specified.

  • Page 261

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9406 DEV3 CHR. LENGTH [M8] Select the length of the data bit. Refer to "#9404 DEV3 PARITY CHECK". 0: 5 (bit) 1: 6 2: 7 (NC connection not supported) 3: 8 #9407 DEV3 TERMINATR TYP [M8] Select the code to terminate data reading.

  • Page 262

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9415 DEV3 PARITY V [M8] Select whether to perform the parity check for the number of characters in a block at the input of data. At the output of data, the number of characters is always adjusted to for the parity check. 0: Not perform parity V check 1: Perform parity V check #9416...

  • Page 263

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9422 DEV3 EIA CODE ] [M8] Set the code in hexadecimal, which does not duplicate the existing EIA codes, for the special code " ] ". When output with EIA code, data can be output using the alternate code in which the special ISO code, not included in EIA, is specified.

  • Page 264

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9501 DEV4 DEVICE NAME [M8] Set the device name corresponding to the device No. Set a simple name for quick identification. ---Setting range--- Use alphabet characters, numerals and symbols to set a name within 3 characters. #9502 DEV4 BAUD RATE [M8]...

  • Page 265

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9506 DEV4 CHR. LENGTH [M8] Select the length of the data bit. Refer to "#9504 DEV4 PARITY CHECK". 0: 5 (bit) 1: 6 2: 7 (NC connection not supported) 3: 8 #9507 DEV4 TERMINATR TYP [M8] Select the code to terminate data reading.

  • Page 266

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9515 DEV4 PARITY V [M8] Select whether to perform the parity check for the number of characters in a block at the input of data. At the output of data, the number of characters is always adjusted to for the parity check. 0: Not perform parity V check 1: Perform parity V check #9516...

  • Page 267

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9522 DEV4 EIA CODE ] [M8] Set the code in hexadecimal, which does not duplicate the existing EIA codes, for the special code " ] ". When output with EIA code, data can be output using the alternate code in which the special ISO code, not included in EIA, is specified.

  • Page 268: Axis Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.6 Axis Parameters #1063 mandog Manual dog-type Select the manual reference position return method for the second return (after the coordinate system is es- tablished) and later. The initial reference position return after the power ON is performed with dog-type return, and the coordinate system will be established.

  • Page 269

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8208 G76/87 (-) (for M system only) Select the shift direction at G76 and G87. 0: Shift to (+) direction 1: Shift to (-) direction #8209 G60 SHIFT (for M system only) Set the last positioning direction and distance for a G60 (unidirectional positioning) command. ---Setting range--- -99999.999 to 99999.999 (mm) #8210...

  • Page 270

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8215 TLM std length Set the TLM standard length. TLM standard length is the distance from a tool replacement point (reference position) to the measurement basic point (surface) which is used to measure the tool length. (The same value as "#2016 tlml+"...

  • Page 271

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters (PR) #8225 Wk coord at R ret. Workpiece coordinate position displayed right after automatic reference position return Select whether to apply a range of 0 to 360 degrees to the workpiece coordinate position displayed right after automatic reference position return if the said position is out of the range of 0 to 360 degrees.

  • Page 272: Ethernet Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.7 Ethernet Parameters (PR) #1926 Global IP address IP address Set the main CPU's IP address. Set the NC IP address seen from an external source. ---Setting range--- Set these parameters in accordance with the network rules in the connection environment. (PR) #1927 Global Subnet mask...

  • Page 273

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters (PR) #1939 NET3 IP Address NET3 IP address [M8] Specify the IP address of the file server (NFS server). If "0.0.0.0" is set in this parameter, network drive (NET3) cannot be used (disabled). ---Setting range--- 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 [C80]...

  • Page 274

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters (PR) #9701 IP addr auto set [M8] The IP address is automatically assigned from the server. 0: Manual setting 1: Automatic setting (Note) When the automatic setting is selected, "#11005 PC IP address, PC Subnet, PC Gateway" will be in- valid.

  • Page 275

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9714 Host1 directory [M8] Set the directory name of the host computer. The directory released to the client (NC unit) with the host computer's server is handled as root directory by the NC unit. ---Setting range--- 31 characters (alphanumeric) or less [C80]...

  • Page 276

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9718 Host 1 Wrd pos: Dir [M8] Set the <DIR> display position (nth word from left) of the list displayed when the ftp command "dir" is execut- (Note) One word designates a character string divided by one or more spaces. ---Setting range--- 0 to 100 0: Default value...

  • Page 277

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9731 Host2 host name [M8] Set the host computer name. This parameter allows the NC to easily recognize the host computer on the network. Set the host computer's name (name registered in C:\windows\hosts) or the IP address. <Setting example>...

  • Page 278

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9735 Host2 host type [M8] Select the type of the host computer. 0: UNIX/PC automatic judgment 1: UNIX 2: PC (DOS) (Note) When "0" is set, the settings for the following parameters will be invalid. - #9736 Wrd pos: name - #9737 Wrd pos: size - #9738 Wrd pos: Dir...

  • Page 279

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9739 Host 2 Wrd pos: cmnt [M8] Set the comment (date, time, etc.) display position (nth word from left) of the list displayed when the ftp com- mand "dir" is executed. (Note) One word designates a character string divided by one or more spaces. ---Setting range--- 0 to 100 0: Default value...

  • Page 280

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9752 Host3 user name [M8] Set the user name when logging into the host computer. ---Setting range--- 15 characters (alphanumeric) or less [C80] Not used. #9753 Host3 password [M8] Set the password when logging into the host computer. ---Setting range--- 15 characters (alphanumeric) or less [C80]...

  • Page 281

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9756 Host 3 Wrd pos: name [M8] Set the file name display position (nth word from left) of the list displayed when the ftp command "dir" is ex- ecuted. (Note) One word designates a character string divided by one or more spaces. ---Setting range--- 0 to 100 0: Default value...

  • Page 282

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9760 Host 3 Wrd num: cmnt [M8] Set the number of words to be displayed as a comment. (Note) One word designates a character string divided by one or more spaces. ---Setting range--- 0 to 100 0: Default value [C80]...

  • Page 283

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9774 Host4 directory [M8] Set the directory name of the host computer. The directory released to the client (NC unit) with the host computer's server is handled as the root directory by the NC unit. ---Setting range--- 31 characters (alphanumeric) or less [C80]...

  • Page 284

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9778 Host 4 Wrd pos: Dir [M8] Set the <DIR> display position (nth word from left) of the list displayed when the ftp command "dir" is execut- (Note) One word designates a character string divided by one or more spaces. ---Setting range--- 0 to 100 0: Default value...

  • Page 285

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters (PR) #9801 MES-IF DB Port No DB PORT No. [M8] Set the service port No. of the connection destination database connector. ---Setting range--- 1024 to 65535 [C80] Not used. (PR) #9802 MES-IF DB timeout DB communication time-out (sec) [M8] Set the communication timeout time (in seconds) with the connection destination database.

  • Page 286

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters (PR) #9807 MES-IF DB Table DB table name [M8] Set the table name registered by the registration function of each database. Register the table name to which the following suffix is added in the database. _FIN: Machining information database registration _ALM: Alarm information database registration _USR: User arbitrary information database registration...

  • Page 287: Computer Link Parameters [m8]

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.8 Computer Link Parameters [M8] #9601 BAUD RATE [M8] Select the rate at which data is transferred. 0: 19200 (bps) 1: 9600 2: 4800 3: 2400 4: 1200 5: 600 6: 300 7: 110 8: 38400 #9602 STOP BIT...

  • Page 288

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9606 HAND SHAKE [M8] Select the transmission control method. "3" (DC code method) should be set for computer link B. 0: No control 1: RTS/CTS method 2: No handshaking 3: DC code method #9607 TIME-OUT SET [M8]...

  • Page 289

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9613 Link PARAM. 5 [M8] Not used. Set to "0". #9614 START CODE [M8] Select the code used to command the first transfer of file data. This parameter is used for a specific user. Normally set "0". 0: DC1 (11H) 1: BEL (07H) #9615...

  • Page 290

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #9623 TRANS. WAIT TMR [M8] Not used. Set to "0". #9624 RETRY COUNTER [M8] Not used. Set to "0". IB-1501279-H...

  • Page 291: Subprogram Storage Location Parameters [m8]

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.9 Subprogram Storage Location Parameters [M8] #8880 Subpro stor D0: dev [M8] If ",D1" to ",D4" is designated in a subprogram call, the called program will be searched from the storage (de- vice and directory) set by this parameter. (Example) M98 P (program No.), D0 [Device] "#8880 Subpro stor D0: dev", [Directory] "#8881 Subpro stor D0: dir"...

  • Page 292

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8884 Subbro stor D2: dev [M8] If ",D1" to ",D4" is designated in a subprogram call, the called program will be searched from the storage (de- vice and directory) set by this parameter. (Example) M98 P (program No.), D0 [Device] "#8880 Subpro stor D0: dev", [Directory] "#8881 Subpro stor D0: dir"...

  • Page 293

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8888 Subbro stor D4: dev [M8] If ",D1" to ",D4" is designated in a subprogram call, the called program will be searched from the storage (de- vice and directory) set by this parameter. (Example) M98 P (program No.), D0 [Device] "#8880 Subpro stor D0: dev", [Directory] "#8881 Subpro stor D0: dir"...

  • Page 294: Barrier Data (for L System Only)

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.10 Barrier Data (for L system only) #8300 P0 (for L system only) Set the reference X-coordinates of the chuck and the tail stock barrier. Set the center coordinate (radius value) of workpiece by the basic machine coordinate system. ---Setting range--- -99999.999 to 99999.999 (mm) #8301...

  • Page 295

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8311 P7 (for L system only) Set the area of the left spindle section. Set the coordinate from the center of workpiece (P0) for X-axis. (radius value) Set the coordinate value by basic machine coordinate system for Z-axis. ---Setting range--- -99999.999 to 99999.999 (mm) #8312...

  • Page 296

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8318 Stock Angle (L) (for L system only) Set the angle for the left tailstock end section. The angle will be interpreted as 90° if there is no setting (when "0" is set). ---Setting range--- 0 to 180 (°) 0: 90°...

  • Page 297: High-accuracy Control Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.11 High-accuracy Control Parameters #1149 cireft Arc deceleration speed change Select whether to decelerate at the arc entrance or exit. 0: Not decelerate 1: Decelerate #1205 G0bdcc Acceleration and deceleration before G0 interpolation 0: Post-interpolation acceleration/deceleration is applied to G00.

  • Page 298

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #1569 SfiltG0 G00 soft acceleration/deceleration filter Set the filter time constant for smoothly changing the acceleration rate for the rapid traverse acceleration/ deceleration in pre-interpolation acceleration/deceleration. ---Setting range--- 0 to 200 (ms) #1570 Sfilt2 Soft acceleration/deceleration filter 2 Set the filter time constant for smoothly changing the acceleration rate in pre-interpolation acceleration/de-...

  • Page 299

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8019 R COMP Set a compensation coefficient for reducing a control error in the reduction of a corner roundness and arc radius. The larger the set value is, the smaller the theoretical error will be. However, since the speed at the corner goes down, the cycle time will be extended.

  • Page 300

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8020 DCC ANGLE Set the minimum value of an angle (external angle) that should be assumed to be a corner. When an inter-block angle (external angle) in high-accuracy mode is larger than the set value, it will be de- termined as a corner and the speed will go down to sharpen the edge.

  • Page 301

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8022 CORNER COMP Set the compensation coefficient to further reduce or increase the roundness at the corner during the high- accuracy control mode. Coefficient = 100 - setting value (Note) This is valid when "#8021 COMP CHANGE" is set to "1". Reference to "#8020 Corner decreasing speed "for theoretical corner roundness amount, corner decreasing speed, theoretical 90 degree dull amount, 90 degree corner decreasing speed.

  • Page 302

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8030 MINUTE LENGS (for M system only) Set the fine-segment length where the spline interpolation is temporarily canceled. When the length of one block exceeds this parameter setting value, spline interpolation is canceled tempo- rarily and linear interpolation is performed.

  • Page 303

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8090 SSS ON (for M system only) Set whether to enable the SSS control with G05 P10000. 0: Disable 1: Enable #8091 StdLength (for M system only) Set the maximum value of the range for recognizing the shape. To eliminate the effect of steps or errors, etc., set a large value.

  • Page 304

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8098 Arc clamp spd coef Arc clamp speed coefficient for SSS control Specify the compensation coefficient to be used for adjusting a path error and clamp speed on an arc under SSS control. This parameter is enabled during SSS control. Thus set this parameter if you wish to use differ- ent compensation coefficients according to ON/OFF of SSS control (If you wish to adjust a path error and clamp speed on an arc, use "#8023 CURVE COMP").

  • Page 305

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #12066 Tolerance ctrl ON Select whether to enable the tolerance control. 0: Disable 1: Enable (Note) Tolerance control is available only under SSS control. To enable SSS control, set #8090 to 1. #12067 Smth Corn spd coef Set the compensation coefficient to adjust a path error or clamp speed in the corner while tolerance control is ON.

  • Page 306: High-accuracy Control Axis Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.12 High-accuracy Control Axis Parameters #2001 rapid Rapid traverse rate Set the rapid traverse feedrate for each axis. (Note) The maximum value to be set depends on the machine specifications. ---Setting range--- 1 to 1000000 (mm/min) #2002 clamp Cutting feedrate for clamp function...

  • Page 307

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #2157 G1bFx Maximum per-axis pre-interpolation cutting feed rate When per-axis acceleration tolerance control is ON: Specify the maximum speed to be used for calculating each axis' acceleration tolerance. When 0 is set, "#2001 rapid" is used. When variable-acceleration pre-interpolation acceleration/deceleration is ON: Specify the maximum speed to be used for calculating each axis' acceleration.

  • Page 308: Operation Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.13 Operation Parameters #8901 Counter type 1 Select the type of the following counters on the Monitor screen. Normal display: Upper-left counter 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display (four counters): Upper-left counter 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display (two counters): Upper counter 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display (one counter): Counter Either relative position or tip work position is displayed by default.

  • Page 309

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8902 Counter type 2 Select the type of the following counters on the Monitor screen. Normal display: Lower-left counter 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display (four counters): Lower-left counter 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display (two counters): Lower counter Programmed position is displayed by default.

  • Page 310

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8903 Counter type 3 Select the type of the following counters on the Monitor screen. Normal display: Upper-right counter 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display (four counters): Upper-right counter Remaining command is displayed by default. (Note 1) [M8] 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display is enabled for a 15- or 19-type display unit only.

  • Page 311

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8904 Counter type 4 Select the type of the following counters on the Monitor screen. Normal display: Lower-right counter 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display (four counters): Lower-right counter Next command is displayed by default. (Note 1) [M8] 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display is enabled for a 15- or 19-type display unit only.

  • Page 312

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8905 Counter type 5 Select the type of counter on the Monitor screen (Simple display). Either relative position or tip work position is displayed by default. (Note 1) Tip work position is displayed when 5-axis-related option or program format switch option is ON. (Note 2) PLC axis position is displayed when "#11091 PLC counter valid"...

  • Page 313

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8912 NAVI operate type [M8] Select the NAVI operation during automatic operation. 0: NAVI is unable to start during automatic operation. 1: NAVI is able to start during automatic operation. (An operation involving common variable rewrite is dis- abled.) #8913 Touch panel sense...

  • Page 314

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8917 Auto backup day 3 [M8] The automatic backup is executed at the first power ON of the NC in the period between the designated date and the end of that month. When "-1" is set to "Auto backup day 1", the automatic backup is executed every turning NC power ON. When "0"...

  • Page 315

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8920 3D tool ofs select [M8] Select the method to calculate the drawing position when drawing a solid. With 3D drawing, the drawing position (tool tip position) is calculated with the method designated with this parameter, and the image is drawn.

  • Page 316

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8925 SP on 1st part sys Select which spindle to display in the 1st part system window for the 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display. (Note 1) If you select "00" for the 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display, the default display is used (1st spindle on the upper side and 2nd spindle on the lower side).

  • Page 317

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8928 SP on 4th part sys Select which spindle to display in the 4th part system window for the 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display. (Note 1) If you select "00" for the 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display, the default display is used (1st spindle on the upper side and 2nd spindle on the lower side).

  • Page 318

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8934 Disable wear comp Select whether to disable the setting of tool wear compensation amount. 0: Not disable 1: Disable The wear compensation amount covers the following data according to the tool compensation type. Compensation type I ("1"...

  • Page 319

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters (PR) #8941 ABS/INC for T-ofs Enable switching the method to set tool compensation data (absolute/incremental value) with INPUT key. 0: Fix it to the absolute value input. 1: Enable to switch between absolute and incremental value input. (PR) #8942 $1 color...

  • Page 320

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters (PR) #8945 $4 color Set the color to be shown on the top-left of screen and window title for the 4th part system. This enables switching the color patterns for each part system. When set to the values "1"...

  • Page 321

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8955 Init axis pair [M8] Select the default coordinate axis combination to be displayed on the [Surface detail] screen of R-Navi. 0,1: Z/X 2: Z/Y 3: X/Y [C80] Not used. (PR) #8956 User key type [M8] Select the definition type of the user-defined keys.

  • Page 322

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8959 SP on 6th part sys Select which spindle to display in the 6th part system window for the 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display. (Note 1) If you select "00" for the 2-, 3- or 4-part system simultaneous display, the default display is used (1st spindle on the upper side and 2nd spindle on the lower side).

  • Page 323

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters (PR) #8962 $5 color Set the color to be shown on the top-left of screen and window title for the 5th part system. This enables switching the color patterns for each part system. When set to the values "1"...

  • Page 324

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters (PR) #8965 $8 color [M8] Set the color to be shown on the top-left of screen and window title for the 8th part system. This enables switching the color patterns for each part system. When set to the values "1"...

  • Page 325

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8969 Tool offset type 1 Specify the display item for the 1st column (type) and 2nd column (compensation amount) on the right side of the tool management screen list display. The setting value and display item are specified as follows. (Setting value): (1st column) / (2nd column) ·...

  • Page 326

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8970 Tool offset type 2 Specify the display item for the 3rd column (type) and 4th column (compensation amount) on the right side of the tool management screen list display. The setting value and display item are specified as follows. (Setting value): (3rd column) / (4th column) ·...

  • Page 327

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8974 Simple PLC switch Select whether to enable ON/OFF of PLC switch without a press of the [Setting valid] menu. 0: Enable ON/OFF of PLC switch after a press of the [Setting valid] menu. 1: Enable ON/OFF of PLC switch without a press of the [Setting valid] menu.

  • Page 328

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8980 R-Navi graphic dir [M8] Specify the coordinate system direction of the workpiece graphics (machining surface graphics) to be dis- played on the R-Navi surface list screen or surface selection screen. (Note) The angle (degrees) is a CCW rotation when viewed from the positive end of the height axis. ---Setting range--- 0: XYZ 0°...

  • Page 329

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8985 CheckSmltns$4Invld [M8] In the check method 2 of graphic check, checking for 4th part system is invalid. 0: Enable the check. (4th part system is the check target) 1: Disable the check. (4th part system is not the check target) #8986 CheckSmltns$5Invld [M8]...

  • Page 330

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters (PR) #8992 Cycle switch [M8] Switch the selectable cycle type. 0: Standard/Extended cycle 1: Not used 2: Not used [C80] Not used. #8993 Cycle highlight [M8] Select whether to highlight the program cycle (from the cycle header to the footer) inserted through the inter- active cycle insertion.

  • Page 331

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8997 Hi-speed grph chck [M8] Select whether to increase the graphic check speed. When you select 1 to 3, graphic check becomes faster. Note however that the workpiece shape is drawn more inward than the programmed path. The greater the setting value, the faster the graphic check will be.

  • Page 332

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #19704 VNC color depth [M8] Specify the color depth of the screen displayed by the VNC client via VNC server connection. 0: 16-bit color depth 1: 8-bit color depth #19705 VNC transmit cycle [M8] Specify the transmission cycle for the VNC server to send screen data to the VNC client.

  • Page 333: Machining Condition Selection Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.14 Machining Condition Selection Parameters (Note) The machining condition parameter groups which can be set through the machining condition setting screen are stored according to the application. The guidance display and parameter input/output on the screen follow the ma- chining condition parameter numbers in the following table.

  • Page 334

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #1207 G1btL Time constant Set a cutting feed time constant when applying pre-interpolation acceleration/deceleration. When set to "0", the time constant will be clamped at 1ms. Speed G1bF Time G1btL ---Setting range--- Without high-accuracy control time constant expansion: 1 to 5000 (ms) With high-accuracy control time constant expansion: 1 to 30000 (ms) Cutting feed Acc Cutting feed acceleration...

  • Page 335

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8019 R COMP Set a compensation coefficient for reducing a control error in the reduction of a corner roundness and arc radius. The larger the set value is, the smaller the theoretical error will be. However, since the speed at the corner goes down, the cycle time will be extended.

  • Page 336

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8020 DCC ANGLE Set the minimum value of an angle (external angle) that should be assumed to be a corner. When an inter-block angle (external angle) in high-accuracy mode is larger than the set value, it will be de- termined as a corner and the speed will go down to sharpen the edge.

  • Page 337

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8022 CORNER COMP Set the compensation coefficient to further reduce or increase the roundness at the corner during the high- accuracy control mode. Coefficient = 100 - setting value (Note) This is valid when "#8021 COMP CHANGE" is set to "1". Reference to "#8020 Corner decreasing speed "for theoretical corner roundness amount, corner decreasing speed, theoretical 90 degree dull amount, 90 degree corner decreasing speed.

  • Page 338

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #8030 MINUTE LENGS (for M system only) Set the fine-segment length where the spline interpolation is temporarily canceled. When the length of one block exceeds this parameter setting value, spline interpolation is canceled tempo- rarily and linear interpolation is performed.

  • Page 339

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #42002 P1-SfiltG1 G01soft acceleration/deceleration filter for machining condition selection I G01soft acceleration/deceleration filter for machining condition selection I Set the G01 soft acceleration/deceleration filter's time constant for the machining condition selection I func- tion.

  • Page 340

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #42009 P1-spcanag Cancel angle for machining condition selection I Cancel angle for machining condition selection I Set the cancel angle for the machining condition selection I function.This is equivalent to the parameter #8026 CANCEL ANG. ---Setting range--- 0 to 180 (deg) #42010...

  • Page 341

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #42017 P1-std_length Standard length for machining condition selection I Standard length for machining condition selection I Set the standard length for the machining condition selection I function. This is equivalent to the parameter #8091 StdLength.

  • Page 342

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #42303 P2-Sfilt2 Soft acceleration/deceleration filter 2 for machining condition selection I Soft acceleration/deceleration filter 2 for machining condition selection I Set the soft acceleration/deceleration filter 2's time constant for the machining condition selection I function. This is equivalent to the parameter #1570 Sfilt2.

  • Page 343

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #42310 P2-distth1 Chord error 1 for machining condition selection I Chord error 1 for machining condition selection I Set the chord error 1 for the machining condition selection I function. This is equivalent to the parameter #8027 Toler-1.

  • Page 344

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #42318 P2-step_length Step width for machining condition selection I Step width for machining condition selection I Set the width of the step for the machining condition selection I function. This is equivalent to the parameter #8093 StepLeng.

  • Page 345

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #42604 P3-rcomp Accuracy coefficient for machining condition selection Accuracy coefficient for machining condition selection I Set the accuracy coefficient for the machining condition selection I function. This is equivalent to the param- eter #8019 R COMP. * This setting is enabled when "#8021 COMP_CHANGE"...

  • Page 346

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #42611 P3-distth2 Chord error 2 for machining condition selection I Chord error 2 for machining condition selection I Set the chord error 2 for the machining condition selection I function. This is equivalent to the parameter #8028 Toler-2.

  • Page 347

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #42619 P3-tolerance Tolerance for machining condition selection I Set the tolerance for machining condition selection parameter group for machining condition selection I func- tion. This is equivalent to the parameter "#2659 tolerance". ---Setting range--- 0 to 100.000 (mm) #42620 P3-G1bF...

  • Page 348: Menu Selection Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.15 Menu Selection Parameters (PR) #10501- Monitr main menu 1 to 30 10530 Select the menu Nos. to be displayed on Monitor screen's main menus. Set the menu No. (numbered in the initial order) which you wish to set first from the left of Monitor's main menus in #10501, second in the next parameter and likewise afterwards.

  • Page 349

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters -- Menu No. -- -1: Not display 0: Default 1: Search 2: Reserch 3: Edit 4: Trace 5: Check 6: Offset 7: Coord 8: W-shift 10: Dsp sw. 11: Modal 12: Tree 13: Time 14: Com var 15: Loc var 16: P corr...

  • Page 350

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters [C80] The menu position of each parameter and the menu when "0" is set are as follows. #10501: First from left in the page 1 (when "0" is set: Search) #10502: Second from left in the page 1 (when "0" is set: Reserch) #10503: Third from left in the page 1 (when "0"...

  • Page 351

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters -- Menu No. -- -1: Not display 0: Default 1: Search 2: Reserch 3: Edit 6: Offset 7: Coord 8: W-shift 10: Dsp sw. 11: Modal 12: Tree 13: Time 14: Com var 15: Loc var 16: P corr 18: G92 set...

  • Page 352

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters (PR) #10551- Setup main menu 1 to 30 10580 Select the menu Nos. to be displayed on Setup screen's main menus. Set the menu No. (numbered in the initial order) which you wish to set first from the left of Setup's main menus in #10551, second in the next parameter and likewise afterwards.

  • Page 353

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters -- Menu No. -- -1: Not display 0: Default 1: T-ofs 2: T-meas 3: T-reg 4: T-life 5: Coord 6: W-meas 7: T-Mng. 8: MDI 9: Cnt set 10: MST 11: T-list 12: Pallet 13: User 15: Storage 16: Surf...

  • Page 354

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters [C80] The menu position of each parameter and the menu when "0" is set are as follows. #10551: First from left in the page 1 (when "0" is set: T-ofs) #10552: Second from left in the page 1 (when "0" is set: T-meas) #10553: Third from left in the page 1 (when "0"...

  • Page 355

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters (PR) #10601- Edit main menu 1 to 30 10630 Select the menu Nos. to be displayed on Edit screen's main menus. Set the menu No. (numbered in the initial order) which you wish to set first from the left of Edit's main menus in #10601, second in the next parameter and likewise afterwards.

  • Page 356

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters [C80] The menu position of each parameter and the menu when "0" is set are as follows. #10601: First from left in the page 1 (when "0" is set: Edit) #10602: Second from left in the page 1 (when "0" is set: Not display) #10603: Third from left in the page 1 (when "0"...

  • Page 357: Tolerance Parameters[m8]

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters 15.16 Tolerance Parameters[M8] #2659 tolerance Tolerance Specify a tolerance (tolerable error) to be used under tolerance control. Set a tolerable error for fine segment program created by CAM. (Usually around 0.01(mm)) If 0.000 is set, it is operated with the tolerance of 0.01(mm). When designating the tolerance amount with the ", K address", this parameter is not used.

  • Page 358

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 15 User Parameters #12051 Jerk_filtG1 G01 jerk filter Specify the time constant of filter that is used for smoothing the change of jerk when pre-interpolation accel- eration/deceleration is performed in cutting feed. This filter causes no path error, as the filter is applied to the total speed calculated before interpolation. If you specify the jerk filter time constant, the time constants of each filter will be as follows: * S-shape filter time constant "#1568 SfiltG1"...

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  • Page 360: Machine Parameters

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  • Page 361: Base System Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16Machine Parameters The parameters with "(PR)" requires the CNC to be turned OFF after the settings. Turn the power OFF and ON to enable the parameter settings. 16.1 Base System Parameters (PR) #1001 SYS_ON System validation setup Select the existence of PLC axes and part systems.

  • Page 362

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1005 plcunit PLC unit Select the PLC interface setting and display increment. The PLC interface setting and display increment will follow this specification. Note that the PLC axis will follow "#1003 iunit". ---Setting range--- [M8] B : 1 μm...

  • Page 363

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1027 base_J Base axis J Set the names of the basic axes that compose the plane. Set the axis name set in "#1013 axname". If all three items ("base_I", "base_J" and "base_K") do not need to be set, such as for 2-axis specifications, input "0", and the parameter will be blank.

  • Page 364

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1037 cmdtyp Command type Set the G code list and compensation type for programs. 1 : List1(for M) Type I (one compensation amount for one compensation No.) 2 : List1(for M) Type II (shape and wear compensation amounts for one comp. No.) 3 : List2(for L) Type III (shape and wear compensation amounts for one comp.

  • Page 365

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1086 G0lntp G00 non-interpolation Select the G00 travel path type. 0: Move linearly toward the end point. (interpolation type) 1: Move to the end point of each axis at the rapid traverse feedrate for each axis. (non-interpolation) (Note) If this parameter is set to "1", neither of the following functions will be available: rapid traverse constant inclination acceleration/deceleration and rapid traverse constant inclination multi-step acceleration/decel- eration.

  • Page 366

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1172 tapovr Tap return override Set the override value when leaving the tap end point in the synchronous tapping cycle. When "0" is set, 100 % is applied for the operation. ---Setting range--- 0 to 999 (%) #1173 dwlskp...

  • Page 367

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1181 G96_ax Constant surface speed axis Select the axis to be targeted for constant surface speed control. 0: Program setting will be disabled, and the axis will always be fixed to the 1st axis 1: 1st axis 2: 2nd axis 3: 3rd axis...

  • Page 368

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1188 spd_F4 F1 digit feedrate F4 Set the feedrate for the F command in the F 1-digit command ("#1079 F1digit" is set to "1"). Feedrate when F4 is issued (mm/min) When "#1246 set08/bit6" is set to "1" and F 1-digit feed is commanded, the feedrate can be increased/de- creased by operating the manual handle.

  • Page 369

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1195 Mmac Macro call for M command Select whether to enable or disable M command macro call of user macro. 0: Disable 1: Enable #1196 Smac Macro call for S command Select whether to enable or disable S command macro call of user macro. 0: Disable 1: Enable #1197...

  • Page 370

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1204 TmirS2 Select turrets as facing turrets with T command (for L system only) Select the turrets, which correspond to the tool Nos. 33 to 64, as facing turrets for T code mirror image. ---Setting range--- 0 to FFFFFFFF #1205...

  • Page 371

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1210 RstGmd Modal G code reset Select whether to initialize G code group modals and H and D codes, which corresponds to bits as follows, when the system is reset. 0: Initialize. 1: Not initialize. <Description of bits for M system>...

  • Page 372

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters The H code indicates the tool length offset number, and the D code indicates the tool radius compensation number. When bit 18 is set to ON, the H and D codes and group 8 G modal are retained. When bit 7 is set to ON, the H code and group 8 G modal are retained.

  • Page 373

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1213 proaxy Side 1 of inclination angle (for L system only) Set the length within the orthogonal coordinate of the inclined axis, a side of the triangle formed with the in- clination angle. ---Setting range--- -9999.999 to 9999.999 (PR)

  • Page 374

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1510 DOOR_H Shorten door interlock II axis stop time Select whether to shorten the time during which the axis is stopped when the door is opened. 0 : Use the conventional axis stop time. 1 : Shorten the axis stop time.

  • Page 375

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1518 polm Spindle-spindle polygon Workpiece spindle No. Set the spindle No. or spindle name of workpiece axis used in spindle-spindle polygon machining. (Note 1) The 1st spindle will be selected when "0" is set. (Note 2) There are 2 spindle designation methods: spindle No.

  • Page 376

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1534 SnG44.1 Spindle No. for G44.1 command Specify which spindle to be selected when G44.1 is commanded. <Spindle No. type> Specify by the spindle No. 1 to 8. The 2nd spindle is selected if you specify a nonexistent spindle No. <Spindle name type>...

  • Page 377

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1541 crsax[5] Set the axis to be interchanged during the mixed control (cross axis control). Using two digits, set the name of the axis to be interchanged with the axis in the part system where the mixed control (cross axis control) request signal is input, or the name of the axis to be shifted to that part system.

  • Page 378

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1562 3Dremc Switch remaining command display during 3D coordi- nate conversion The remaining command display during 3D coordinate conversion is switched to the workpiece coordinate system or G68 program coordinate system. 0: Workpiece coordinate system 1: G68 program coordinate system #1563 3Dcdrc...

  • Page 379

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1571 SSSdis SSS control adjustment coefficient fixed value selec- tion Fix the shape recognition range for SSS control. ---Setting range--- #1572 Cirorp Arc command overlap This eliminates speed fluctuations at the joint of the arc and straight line and arc and arc. Set as a bit unit.

  • Page 380

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1574 Ret2 Return type 2 Select the axis to be moved later after tool return. This is referred to with the movement path (return start point -> transit point #2). Up to eight axes can be specified by expressing one axis with one bit. bit0 : Transit point #2 1st axis bit1 : Transit point #2 2nd axis bit2 : Transit point #2 3rd axis...

  • Page 381

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12003 ManualB RotCent erH Manual feed rate B constant surface control rotation center machine position (horizontal) Set the machine coordinate position (horizontal axis) at the center of the rotary axis. ---Setting range--- -99999.999 to 99999.999 (mm) #12004 ManualB RotCent erV Manual feed rate B constant surface control rotation...

  • Page 382

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #12009 Tfig Number of T Set the number of T that can be specified within the same block. ---Setting range--- 1 to 4 (PR) #12010 Tbin T binary Data type 0 BCD Data type 1 Unsigned binary Data type -1 Singed binary <For unsigned binary>...

  • Page 383

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12022 skipF_spec bit0: Skip speed spec: Cutting feed override ON Select whether to enable cutting feed override for a skip command. 0: Disable 1: Enable bit1: Skip speed spec: Dry run ON Select whether to enable dry run for a skip command. 0: Disable 1: Enable bit2: Skip speed spec: Feed rate selection...

  • Page 384

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #12031 Mblkstp9 Pre-read prohibited M code 9 Set M codes to which pre-read will not be applied. ---Setting range--- 0 to 99999999 (PR) #12032 Mblkstp10 Pre-read prohibited M code 10 Set M codes to which pre-read will not be applied. ---Setting range--- 0 to 99999999 (PR)

  • Page 385

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #12041 MblkstpMin5 Minimum value of the pre-read prohibited M code range setting 5 Set the minimum value of the M code to which pre-read will not be applied. ---Setting range--- 0 to 99999999 (PR) #12042 MblkstpMax5...

  • Page 386

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12052 Jerk_filtG0 G00 jerk filter Specify the time constant of filter that is used for smoothing the change of jerk when pre-interpolation accel- eration/deceleration is performed in cutting feed. This filter causes no path error, as the filter is applied to the total speed calculated before interpolation. If you specify the jerk filter time constant, the time constants of each filter will be as follows: * S-shape filter time constant "#1569 SfiltG0"...

  • Page 387

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12058 OT_prechkTYPE Stroke check before travel for skip and automatic tool length measurement [M8] Select whether to enable or disable the stroke check before travel for skip (G31 or G31.n) and automatic tool length measurement (G37).

  • Page 388

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12088 Drn_F Dry run speed Specify a dry run speed for each part system. When 0 is set, the manual feed rate selected by Manual feedrate method selection (JVS) signal is applied. ---Setting range--- 0 to 1000000(mm/min) #12089 M2adr...

  • Page 389

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #12111 Var protect Top1 Common variable setting protection - Top variable No. (1st group) Specify the head of the common variables which are protected from setting operation. (Note 1) If #12111 or #12112 is 0 or is greater than the bottom No. (#12112), this setting is disabled. (Note 2) For the common variables shared by part systems, the protection takes effect in a part system set by this parameter.

  • Page 390

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12122 REM PrimAx Rot Dir Primary axis rotation direction for rotation center error measurement [M8] Rotation direction of primary axis for rotation center error measurement. Select the direction, allowing for the rotary axis stroke limit, etc. 0: Positive direction 1: Negative direction IB-1501279-H...

  • Page 391: Base Axis Specification Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.2 Base Axis Specification Parameters (PR) #1010 srvunit Output unit (servo) Specify the unit for data communicated with the servo drive unit. The data communicated between the NC and servo drive unit, and the servo movement data unit follow this specification.

  • Page 392

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1019 Diameter specification axis Select the command method of program travel amount. When the travel amount is commanded with the diameter dimensions, the travel distance will be 5mm when the command is 10mm of travel distance. The travel amount per pulse will also be halved during manual pulse feed.

  • Page 393

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1062 T_cmp Tool compensation function Select whether the tool length compensation and wear compensation are enabled during T command exe- cution. 0 : Tool length compensation enable Wear compensation enable 1 : Tool length compensation enable Wear compensation disable 2 : Tool length compensation disable Wear compensation enable...

  • Page 394

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1493 ref_syn Synchronization at zero point initialization 0: Master axis and slave axis determine their zero points individually. 1: The zero points of both master and slave axes are determined by initializing the master axis' zero point. The slave axis moves in perfect synchronization with the master axis.

  • Page 395

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1603 PLCdev_no Axis device assignment No. Specify the PLC I/F device assignment No. for the axis. ---Setting range--- : No designation for assignment 1 to 32: Axis device assignment No. (PR) #1605 mgrnum Machine group No.

  • Page 396: Base Common Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.3 Base Common Parameters #1038 plcsel Ladder selection Not used. Set to "0". (PR) #1039 spinno Number of spindles Select the number of spindles. 0: No spindle 1 to 8: One to eight spindles (Note) The setting range differs according to the model.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1043 lang Select language displayed Select the display language. 0: English (Standard) 1: Japanese (Standard) 11: German (Option) 12: French (Option) 13: Italian (Option) 14: Spanish (Option) 15: Traditional Chinese (Option) 16: Korean (Option) 17: Portuguese (Option) 18: Dutch (Option) 19: Swedish (Option)

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1052 MemVal No. of common variables shared in part system desig- nation 0: Common variables common for part systems (number fixed) #100 - : Per part system #500 - : Common for part systems 1: Common variables common for part systems (number designation) #100 - : Designate with V1comN #500 - : Designate with V0comN...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1087 G96_G0 Constant surface speed control by rapid traverse feed command Select how to handle the surface speed for the G00 command when using the constant surface speed control function. 0: Calculate the surface speed constantly even during G00 movement 1: Calculate the surface speed at the block end point in the G00 command #1088 G30SL...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1098 Tlno. Tool length offset number Select the number of digits of the tool length compensation No. in the T command. 0: Lower 3 digits in T code serve as a tool length and wear offset Nos.; the remaining upper digits as a tool 1: Lower 3 digits in T code serve as a tool wear offset No.;...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1107 Tllfsc Split life management display screen (for L system on- Set the number of groups to be displayed on the tool life management II (L system) screen. 0: Displayed group count 1, maximum number of registered tools: 16 1: Displayed group count 2, maximum number of registered tools: 8 2: Displayed group count 4, maximum number of registered tools: 4 #1108...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1120 TofVal Change macro variable Select whether to change the macro variable (tool offset) numbers for shape compensation and wear com- pensation. 0: Not change (Conventional specification) 1: Change the shape and wear compensation variable numbers each for X, Z, and R #1121 edlk_c Edit lock C...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1130 set_t Display selected tool number Select the tool command value display on the monitor screen. 0: Display T-modal value of program command 1: Display Tool No. sent from PLC #1132 brightness Select the brightness of display unit. 1: High brightness (in bright state) 0: Medium brightness -1: Low brightness (in dim state)

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1145 I_abs Manual ABS parameter Select how to handle the absolute position data during automatic handle interrupt. 0: Absolute position data will be renewed if manual ABS switch is ON. If it is OFF, data won't be renewed. 1: Follow the "intabs"...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1166 fixpro Fixed cycle editing Select a type of program dealt on the edit/program list/data in/out screen, general program, fixed cycle, or machine tool builder macro program. 0: General programs can be edited, etc. 1: Fixed cycles can be edited, etc.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1218 aux02 bit3: Parameter input/output format Select the parameter input/output format. 0: Type I Displayed on one line per parameter. (Example) N1001T1P1 N1001T2P1 N1001T3P0 1: Type II Data with the same parameter number is displayed on the same line. (Example) N1001 T1 P1 T2 P1 T3 P0 bit4: External workpiece coordinate offset tool number selection...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1219 aux03 bit1: Stop high-speed PC monitoring function Set "1" to disable the function that triggers the emergency stop when the PC high-speed processing time is extended. Disable the monitoring function only as a temporary measure. bit5: Dog-type intermediate point Select whether to move to the intermediate point during automatic dog-type reference position return.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1220 aux04 (for L system only) bit 0: Tool life check timing selection Select the criterion to judge the tool life end when the use count is incremented in tool life management II. 0: Determine the tool life end when the incremented use count has exceeded the life count.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1223 aux07 bit1: Deceleration check method 2 Select the deceleration check method in G1+G9. 0: Command deceleration check in G1+G9 1: In-position check in G1+G9 The deceleration check is not performed for the commands except G1+G9. When "#1306 InpsTyp deceleration check specification type"...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1224 aux08 bit0: Sampling data output Select whether to enable the sampling data output. 0: Disable 1: Enable #1225 aux09 bit7: Enable/disable spindle rotation speed clamp Select whether to enable the spindle rotation speed clamp by the G92 S or Q command for the spindle com- mand rotation speed (R7000) set with the user ladder.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1227 aux11 bit0: Select PLC signal or spindle feedrate attained Set up this option when disabling the cutting start interlock by spindle feedrate attained. 0: Cutting start interlock by PLC signal 1: Cutting start interlock by spindle feedrate attained bit1: Select H or D code Set up this option to validate the data that is set up on the tool life management screen when issuing the H99 or D99 command.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1228 aux12 bit0: When not using, set to "0". bit1: Switch "offset and parameter" screen Select to switch the "offset and parameter" screen to the parameter screen. 0: Display the "offset and parameter" screen. 1: Display the "parameter"...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1229 set01 bit0: Subprogram interrupt Select the type of the user macro interrupt. 0: Macro type user macro interrupt 1: Sub-program type user macro interrupt bit1: Accurate thread cutting E Select what the address E specifies in inch screw cutting. 0: Number of threads per inch 1: Precision lead bit2: Radius compensation type B (for M system only)

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1231 set03 bit0: Graphic check compatibility parameter [M8] Select whether to return the data to the pre-starting data after having checked a machining program that re- writes the common variables, workpiece offsets and tool offsets. 0: Return the data.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters bit6: Initialization of drawing in graphic check [M8] Select whether to initialize the workpiece drawing automatically when you change any data in the 3D check workpiece setup screen. 0: Initialize the workpiece drawing (conventional specifications) 1: Not initialize the workpiece drawing Note that if you change the workpiece shape or dimensions, the workpiece drawing is automatically reset, irrespective of this parameter.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1235 set07 bit0: Helical interpolation speed 2 0: Select normal speed designation also for 3rd axis 1: Select arc plane element speed designation bit2: Fixed type chopping compensation valid only at start When the fixed type compensation value is selected, the method can be changed to the compensation value sequential update type after the first four cycles.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1238 set10 bit0: Switch G36 function Select the function, the automatic tool length measurement or arc thread cutting (CCW), to be applied to G36 when the G code system 6 or 7 is selected. 0: Automatic tool length measurement 1: Arc thread cutting (CCW) bit3: Ignoring input from RIO...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1239 set11 bit0: Coil switching method Select the coil switching method. 0: Via PLC (Y189F). 1: NC internal processing. (Y189F is invalid.) bit1: Handle I/F selection [M8] Select the handle connection destination. 0: Use the handle connected to the encoder communication connector.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1241 set13 bit0 : Prevention of program error due to incorrect G code combination When a G code from some modal groups is commanded in the same block as an unmodal G code, a program error due to incorrect G code combination occurs.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1242 set14 bit0: Ignoring timing sync in multi-system simultaneous thread cut cycle I (G76.1) Select whether to execute timing synchronization during multi-part system simultaneous thread cut cycle I (G76.1). 0: Execute timing synchronization at the start and end of thread cutting. 1: Ignore the timing synchronization given during the cycle.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1244 set16 bit0: No superimposition of timing synchronization block onto subsequent block 0: Superimpose a block, where timing synchronization command is given as a single command, onto the subsequent block, and treat the blocks as one block 1: Treat a block, where timing synchronization command is given as a single command, as one block.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1246 set18 bit0: Thread cut override ON Select whether to enable spindle override during thread cutting. 0: Disable 1: Enable bit1: Thread cut override feed hold Select whether to perform feed hold when spindle override is changed during thread cutting. 0: Not perform feed hold 1: Perform feed hold bit2: Switch coordinate systems for radius compensation...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1247 set19 bit0: Movement by tool length compensation command (for M system only) Select whether or not to move the axis by the compensation amount when tool length compensation/cancel is independently commanded. 0: Move 1: Not move bit1: Thread cutting operation when manual speed command enabled Select the thread cutting operation in manual speed command.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1251 set23 bit0: Load inertia ratio display Select whether to show the load inertia ratio of servo and spindle units on the drive monitor screen. 0: Display 1: Not display (Show zero) bit1: Spindle temperature display Select whether or not to display the spindle unit temperature on the drive monitor screen.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1254 set26 bit0: Reducing processing time of zero-travel-distance block (for L system only) Select whether to reduce the processing time of a zero-travel-distance block. 0: Disable the reduction of non-travel block processing time. 1: Enable the reduction of non-travel block processing time.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1255 set27 bit0: High-accuracy calculation during constant surface speed control [M8] Enable the high-accuracy spindle speed calculation under constant surface speed control. 0: Calculate the speed with the tolerance of plus or minus 10r/min (same as conventional specifications). 1: Calculate the speed with the tolerance of plus or minus 1r/min.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1256 set28 bit0: Switch to C axis mode at cancel of EMG stop/door open under spindle C axis Select whether to switch the control to C axis mode when you execute and cancel emergency stop, or turn ON and OFF the door open signal under spindle C axis control mode.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1258 set30 bit0: Skip I/F switch Select A or B contact for the skip interface. 0: A contact (Skip operation starts at rising edge of a signal) 1: B contact (Skip operation starts at falling edge of a signal) (Note) This parameter is not applied to PLC skip.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1260 set32 bit0: Switching to actual cutting mode during automatic operation [M8] 0: Unable to switch to actual cutting mode or no-load operation mode during automatic operation. Block stop is executed before a speed change-disabled command (thread cut or tap). 1: Able to switch to actual cutting mode or no-load operation mode during automatic operation.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1261 set33 bit1: Operation panel I/O emergency stop function OFF Select whether to disable the emergency stop function when an operation panel I/O unit is disconnected. (This setting is enabled for separated-type NC only) 0: Enable the emergency stop function 1: Disable the emergency stop function * While the operation panel I/O unit is connected to the NC unit, the emergency stop function is enabled ir-...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1263 set35 bit1: Show/Hide history clear menus Show/Hide operation menus for data clear of collection setting screen, history clear of alarm history screen, history start, and history stop. 0: Show history clearing operation menus 1: Hide history clearing operation menus bit2: Hide the alarm category of PLC message Select whether to hide the alarm category of PLC message (alarm or operator message).

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1267 ext03 bit0: G code type Select the high-speed high-accuracy G code type. 0: Conventional format (G61.1) 1: MITSUBISHI CNC special format (G08P1) (PR) #1268 ext04 bit2: Enable synchronous tapping per minute Select whether to enable feed per minute with the F command of synchronous tapping cycle.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1270 ext06 bit2: Select finished shape program search method [M8] Select how to search a finished shape program to be called by G70, G71, G72 or G73 command. 0: Search from the top of the currently executed program or from the top of the program specified with the address A.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1271 ext07 bit0: Mirror image operation Select the type of mirror image operation. 0: Type 1 - The program mirror image, external mirror image, and parameter mirror image are exclusive to each other. - An increment command moves the image to the position indicated by the travel amount with the sign in- verted.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters bit6: Nose R compensation (for L system only) Select whether to apply nose R compensation for shapes in a rough cutting cycle. 0: Conventional specification (Default) The shape after nose R compensation in the final shaping program will be used as rough cutting shape (when the nose R compensation for the final shaping program).

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1272 ext08 bit0: Switch pocket machining operation Select the pocket machining specification. 0: Conventional specification Pocket machining will be selected with the H designation. The pull direction when pocket machining is ON will be the Z direction. 1: Extended specification Pocket machining will start only when both X and Z axes are specified in the first travel block after the finished shape start block.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1273 ext09 bit0: Switch ASIN calculation results range Select the notation system for operation result of ASIN. 0: Do not switch minus figures to positive figures. (-90° to 90°) 1: Switch minus figures to positive figures. (270° to 90°) bit1: Switch system variable unit Select the unit for the system variable #3002 (cycle start operation time).

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1275 ext11 Not used. Set to "0". (PR) #1276 ext12 Not used. Set to "0". (PR) #1277 ext13 bit0: Tool life management II count type 2 Select how and when the mount or use count will be incremented in tool life management II. The condition to output "tool group life over (TGLO)"...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1278 ext14 bit0: Program restart method selection Select the program restart type. 0: Restart type A 1: Restart type B bit1: Change miscellaneous command completion method Select the complete signal and completion condition. 0: Normal method Complete at the falling edge of M function finish 1 signal (FIN1) or rising edge of M function finish 2 (FIN2).

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1279 ext15 bit0: Part system synchronization method Select the part system synchronization method. 0: If one part system is not in the automatic operation, the synchronization command will be ignored and the next block will be executed. 1: Operate according to the "waiting ignore"...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1280 ext16 bit0: I/F per axis during mixed control (cross axis control) Select how to handle the following PLC interface for axes interchanged with the mixed control (cross axis control). - Mirror image - Manual/automatic interlock - Manual/automatic machine lock 0: Follows axis configuration before the mixed control (cross axis control).

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters bit6: Interchange machine position display Select whether to display interchanged (or moved) machine positions in the mixed control (cross axis con- trol). This setting will be followed not only when the axes are interchanged but also when the axes are moved. (Note 1) This parameter is enabled when "#1280 ext16/bit2 (Interchange coordinate position display)"...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1282 ext18 bit1: Condition of the reference position reached signal in synchronous control This parameter switches only conditions of a master axis's reference position return reached signal in syn- chronous operation. A slave axis's signal is output when the slave axis reaches the reference position coor- dinate.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1284 ext20 bit0: Spindle speed clamp check Select whether to check the spindle speed clamp under the constant surface speed control. 0: Check the spindle speed clamp. 1: Not check the spindle speed clamp. (Note) This parameter is enabled when the parameter "#1146 Sclamp"...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1286 ext22 bit2: O No. for program input No. Select the operation when the same program No. is input during data input. 0: The O No. is handled as a character string data. 1: The O No.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1287 ext23 bit1: Inclined surface coordinate display 0: Display the position which includes tool length offset. 1: Display the position on the program which excludes tool length offset. bit2: Inclined surface coordinate display (for M system only) 0: Display the position which includes tool radius compensation.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1288 ext24 bit0: MDI program clear Select whether to clear the MDI programs when MDI operation ends, the power is turned ON again, reset is input, or emergency stop is canceled. 0: Not clear. 1: Clear (save only % programs).

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1293 ext29 bit0: Synchronous feed in milling Select whether to enable synchronous feed in milling interpolation, cylindrical interpolation or polar coordi- nate interpolation mode. 0: Disable 1: Enable bit1: Enabling N0 command Select how to handle a command of sequence number zero (N0).

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1300 ext36 bit0: Multiple spindle control II Select multiple spindle control I or II. 0: Multiple spindle control I (L system only) 1: Multiple spindle control II (select from ladder) bit1: Spindle control for each part system [M8] Select whether to set spindle control command (S code/G96/G92) to be common in the part systems or to be separated by each part system when multiple spindle control II is enabled (#1300 ext36/bit0 = 1).

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1304 V0comN No. of #500 address part system common variables Set the number of common variables, common for part systems, starting from address #500. This is valid only when "#1052 MemVal" is set to "1". ---Setting range--- 0 to 500 #1306...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1313 TapDw1 Synchronous tap hole bottom wait time Set the hole bottom wait time for synchronous tapping. When P address is specified, the greater value will be used as the hole bottom wait time. When an in-position check is performed at the hole bottom, the wait time will be provided after the completion of the in-position check.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1326 PLC Const Ext. Num PLC constant extension number Set the number of PLC constant extension points. ---Setting range--- 0 to 750 #1327 3D ATC type Tool change method specification Select the tool change method for determining the tool to draw solids. With 3D drawing, the tool will be changed by the method designated with this parameter, and then the image will be drawn.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1332 F-bus init delay Fieldbus communication error invalid time [M8] Specify a period of time during which the control does not detect a Fieldbus communication error of the Field- bus expansion card mounted in the slot EXT3 (or EXT1 for M80/M800S/E80), after startup of the NC is com- pleted.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1339 MC_dp3 Contactor weld detection device 3 When safety observation is executed, set the remote I/O device to input the contactor's auxiliary b contact signal used for the contactor weld detection. If "0" is set, weld detection will not be executed. Thus, "X0"...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1353 MC_ct1 Contactor shutoff output 1 device Set a device of an output remote I/O device to control contactor in safety observation. When set to "0", contactor shutoff output is disabled. Thus, "Y0" cannot be used as contactor shutoff output device. ---Setting range--- [M8] 0000 to 02FF (HEX)

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1370 S_Sig2 Safety observation signal device 2 Set the remote I/O device to input the observation speed change signal 2 during executing the safety obser- vation function. When set to "0", there is no observation speed change signal input. Therefore "X0"...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1392 StartTimeIPC Power consumption accumulation start time Specify when to start accumulating power consumption to create the history. The accumulated power consumption history can be obtained according to this parameter along with "#1371 PwrIntegIntvl"...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1397 H3_pno 3rd handle selection Specify the connection destination of the 3rd handle. bit F to 8: Remote I/O unit station 1 to 40(HEX) bit 7 to 4: Handle connection destination 0: CNC unit 1 to 2: Remote I/O unit 5: Expansion unit F: Operation panel I/O unit...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1405 M_mode(SMLK) M code output (during high-speed simple program check) M code output (during high-speed simple program check) Select the M code output method to be applied during high-speed simple program check. 0: Output the M codes registered in #1449 to #1464 M[M511-000](SMLK), but not output unregistered M codes.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1413 M_wait[M095-064] Special operation registration M code Register an M code (64 to 95) that needs special operation. Each bit of the setting value corresponds to the M code number. (Example) To register M05, set 00000020 in #1411. (Note) Note that the registered M code operation varies according to M_mode (#1401).

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1419 M_wait[M287-256] Special operation registration M code Register an M code that needs special operation. Each bit of the set value corresponds to the M code number. (Example) To register M05, set 00000020 in #1411. Note that operation of the registered M code varies according to #1401 M_mode.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1425 M_wait[M479-448] Special operation registration M code Register an M code that needs special operation. Each bit of the set value corresponds to the M code number. (Example) To register M05, set 00000020 in #1411. Note that operation of the registered M code varies according to #1401 M_mode.

  • Page 463

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1433 G140TimeOut G140 timeout period Specify a period of time to wait before outputting the alarm (M01 1101) when an axis declared in the axis exchange command is unexchangeable. If the specified time elapses with the axis remaining unexchangeable, the alarm (M01 1101) is output. However this alarm is cancelled and axis exchange is carried out once the axis becomes capable of being exchanged.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1440 multi_sp_syn Multiple spindle synchronization valid Select whether to enable multiple spindle synchronization. 0: Disable 1: Enable (PR) #1441 Tcode_Method_Chg T command method selection Select the tool command method. 0: Tool life management II format 1: Tool function #1442 G0ol...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1450 5axis_Spec bit0: Axis name setting method of rotary axis configuration parameter Select the axis name setting method for rotary axis configuration parameter (#7900, #7901, #7902, #7922, #7932, #7942, #7952). 0: Set by axis name 1: Set by 2nd axis name bit1: Using G174 tool axis rotation angle as compensation amount 0: Specify the compensation amount using the address R and R register.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1453 M[M095-064](SMLK) Special operation registration M code (High-speed sim- ple program check) Register an M code to be output during high-speed simple program check. Each bit of the set value corresponds to the M code number. (Example) To register M05, set 00000020 in #1451.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1458 M[M255-224](SMLK) Special operation registration M code (High-speed sim- ple program check) Register an M code to be output during high-speed simple program check. Each bit of the set value corresponds to the M code number. (Example) To register M05, set 00000020 in #1451.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #1463 M[M415-384](SMLK) Special operation registration M code (High-speed sim- ple program check) Register an M code to be output during high-speed simple program check. Each bit of the set value corresponds to the M code number. (Example) To register M05, set 00000020 in #1451.

  • Page 469

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1469 P-BUS dev assign PROFIBUS device allocation method [M8] Select how to allocate the PLC devices that are used for PROFIBUS-DP(DPV0): fixed allocation (512 points) or arbitrary allocation (8192 points). 0: Fixed 1: Arbitrary (PR) #1471...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1478 F-bus Card 1 OFF Fieldbus communication extension card 1 OFF [M8] Select whether to enable or disable the Fieldbus communication expansion card mounted in the slot EXT3 (or EXT1 for M80/M800S/E80). 0: Enable (default) 1: Disable (Note) This parameter is enabled for all the communication expansion cards, except CC-Link expansion...

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1490 F-bus init delay 2 Field bus communication error invalid time 2 [M8] Specify a period of time during which the control does not detect a Fieldbus communication error of the Field- bus expansion card mounted in the slot EXT4 (or EXT2 for M80/M800S/E80), after startup of the NC is com- pleted.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1935 Local Subnet mask [M8] Set the HMI side CPU's subnet mask. ---Setting range--- 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 [C80] Not used. (PR) #1953 Intra IP address IP address on windows-less display unit (LAN1) side [M8] Specify the IP address on the windows-less display unit (LAN1) side.

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    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #1960 Ext Unit1 Gateway Field network communication expansion unit: gateway [M8] Specify the gateway of the field network communication expansion unit installed in the slot EXT3 (or EXT1 for M80/M800S/E80). ---Setting range--- 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (PR) #1961...

  • Page 474

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #11005 PC IP address IP address setting [M8] Set the IP address for the display unit or PC in which machining programs are stored. Set the IP address for the display unit of which power is turned OFF with automatic power OFF. When the 3D machine interference check function is enabled, set the IP address of the display unit that is used for the 3D machine interference check (for M800W only).

  • Page 475

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #11010 Software keyboard Software keyboard [M8] Select with touch panel whether to use software keyboard. 0: Do not use 1: Use 2: Use (Note1) (Note1) Software keyboard automatically appears on a specific screen. #11011 Handy TERM.

  • Page 476

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #11018 M password hold Machine user password is held When set to "1", the "Machine user" (operation level 6) password will be held even if the NC is restarted. 0: Do not hold 1: Machine user password is held (PR) #11019...

  • Page 477

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #11030 Man tap sync cancl Synchronization cancel in manual synchronous tap- ping Select whether handle feed of the tapping axis in manual synchronous tappingsynchronizes with the spindle or not. 0: Synchronize with the spindle 1: Not synchronize with the spindle (PR) #11031...

  • Page 478

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #11036 meas dir judge Non-sensitive band for manual measurement direction judgment (for M system only) Set the non-sensitive band to be used for judging the manual measurement direction. If the feedback position fluctuates widely at the axis stop, set the fluctuation width or larger value in this set the parameter. When set to "0", the band will be 1 (µm).

  • Page 479

    #11061 Num of EcoMonitors The Number of EcoMonitorLight connected to CNC [M8] Specify how many EcoMonitorLight units (an energy meter made by Mitsubishi Electric for measuring the consumption and regeneration) are connected to the CNC. ---Setting range--- 0 to 16...

  • Page 480

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #11062- NoHistDevIn.1-5 History exclusion PLC input signal 1 to 5 11066 [C80] Specify the PLC input signal (X) that is excluded from the PLC signal log. Efficiency of the history analysis is improved by excluding the machine contact input/output signals or other frequently switched signals from the signal log.

  • Page 481

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #11087 Meas basic point Tool length measurement I reference point (for L sys- tem only) Select how to specify the measurement reference point coordinates for manual tool length measurement I (L system). 0: Use the machine zero as the reference point 1: Use the coordinates of #2015 tlml- as the reference point (the same operation as when #1282 bit2 = 0 for M7)

  • Page 482

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #11301- Mainte menu(MTB)1-30 Mainte main menu (MTB) 1 to 30 11330 Designate the destination menu Nos. to move mainte screen's main menus. : Not display the menu : No change 1 to 30: Destination menu No. (PR) #11351- manasel_00-manasel_15...

  • Page 483

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #11701 WEM Mcr No Macro No. for workpiece installation error measurement [M8] Specify the name of macro program for the workpiece installation error measurement. The macro program name is output at initialization of workpiece installation error measurement macro. The macro program is used for execution of the measurement.

  • Page 484

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #11718 astap_timeadj Analog spindle synch tap: Timing adjustment [M8] This parameter enables you to adjust the motion start timing of the tap axis and the spindle in analog spindle synchronous tapping. (1) When the setting = 0 Not adjust the timing.

  • Page 485: Axis Specifications Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.4 Axis Specifications Parameters #2001 rapid Rapid traverse rate Set the rapid traverse feedrate for each axis. (Note) The maximum value to be set depends on the machine specifications. ---Setting range--- 1 to 1000000 (mm/min) #2002 clamp Cutting feedrate for clamp function...

  • Page 486

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #2003 smgst Acceleration and deceleration modes Set acceleration and deceleration control modes. Set value is in hexadecimal. OT2 OT1 C3 Stroke end stop types Cutting feed Rapid traverse acceleration acceleration /deceleration type /deceleration type HEX-1 Rapid traverse acceleration/deceleration type 0(bit3,2,1,0 = 0000) : Step...

  • Page 487

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2004 G0tL G0 time constant (linear) Set a linear control time constant for rapid traverse acceleration and deceleration. The time constant will be enabled when LR (rapid traverse feed with linear acceleration/deceleration) or F (soft acceleration/deceleration) is selected in "#2003 smgst Acceleration and deceleration modes".

  • Page 488

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2006 G0t2 Not used. Set to "0". #2007 G1tL G1 time constant (linear) Set a linear control time constant for cutting acceleration and deceleration. The time constant will be enabled when LC (cutting feed with linear acceleration/deceleration) or F (soft ac- celeration/deceleration) is selected in "#2003 smgst Acceleration or deceleration modes".

  • Page 489

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2009 G1t2 Not used. Set to "0". #2010 fwd_g Feed forward gain Set a feed forward gain for pre-interpolation acceleration/deceleration. The larger the set value, the smaller the theoretical control error will be. However, if a machine vibration oc- curs, set the smaller value.

  • Page 490

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2014 OT + Soft limit I + Set a soft limit area with reference to the zero point of the basic machine coordinate. Set the coordinate in the positive direction for the movable area of stored stroke limit 1. The coordinate in the negative direction is set in "#2013 OT-".

  • Page 491

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2019 revnum Return steps Set the steps required for reference position return for each axis. 0: Not execute reference position return. 1 to max. number of NC axes: Steps required for reference position return #2020 o_chkp Spindle orientation completion check during second...

  • Page 492

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2068 G0fwdg G00 feed forward gain Set a feed forward gain for G00 pre-interpolation acceleration/deceleration. The larger the setting value, the shorter the positioning time during in-position checking. If a machine vibration occurs, set the smaller value. ---Setting range--- 0 to 200 (%) #2069...

  • Page 493

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2074 H/W_OT+ H/W OT+ Random assignment device Under the standard specifications, the OT (+) signal is assigned to a fixed device. Set the input device in this parameter when it is desired to assign the OT (+) signal to a position other than the fixed device. (Note1) This parameter is enabled in the following conditions.

  • Page 494

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2080 chwid Bottom dead center position width Set the tolerance between the commanded stroke and actual stroke. Compensation will be applied during chopping so that the result of [command width - maximum stroke of top or bottom dead point/ 2] will be within this tolerance.

  • Page 495

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2089 bsax_pl Superimposition control base axis Set the base axis of superimposition control using the 2nd axis name (axname2). A numerical character cannot be set as the 1st character. (Note) This parameter is enabled only when "#1280 ext16/bit7 Control axis superimposition command meth- od"...

  • Page 496

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2097 tlml2- Sub side tool setter - direction sensor Set the sensor position (on sub side) in the (-) direction when using the tool setter on the sub spindle side. (Note) In the case of the basic axis and inclined axis of the inclined axis specifications, set the position on the orthogonal coordinate.

  • Page 497

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2112 Blf motor inertia Motor inertia Set the motor inertia for quadrant protrusion compensation. Refer to the servo manual and input the value appropriate for the motor. ---Setting range--- 1 to 32000 (10 #2113 Blf visc friction Viscous friction...

  • Page 498

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2123 G0vback= Variable G0 backlash = Set the compensation amount for the range of each position during rapid traverse. (+: B1, =: B2, -: B3 on the compensation amount table) ---Setting range--- -99999999 to 99999999 (Interpolation unit) #2124 G0vback- Variable G0 backlash -...

  • Page 499

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2131 G1vback dist2 G1 variable backlash compensation amount change- over distance 2 Set the range of the distance during cutting feed. (The distance less than 1 is the small distance, and the distance exceeding 2 is the large distance.) Note that the distance range is identified in the order of small, large and medium.

  • Page 500

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2137 vback dir refpt Variable backlash reference position selection (entry di- rection) Select the entry direction to be used as the reference position. 0: Entry direction + 1: Entry direction - #2138 vback pos center Continuous variable backlash position center point Set the position center point.

  • Page 501

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2142 cht1 Chopping second-step time constant for soft accelera- tion/deceleration Set the second-step time constant for the chopping axis when soft acceleration/deceleration is applied. Note that, however, there may be cases where actual time constant is shorter than the set time constant, because the time constant is automatically calculated so that the ratio between first-step and second-step time constant will be constant.

  • Page 502

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2146 Blf_L1 Reference distance for position-dependent increasing- type backlash compensation 1 Set the distance for specifying the compensation change rate in position-dependent increasing-type back- lash compensation. Blf_E1 Blf_E2 Blf_L2 Blf_L1 When "#2148 Blf_E1" is set to "0", the position-dependent increasing-type backlash compensation function will be disabled.

  • Page 503

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2149 Blf_E2 Reference amount of position-dependent increasing- type backlash compensation 2 Set the compensation amount for specifying the compensation change rate in position-dependent increas- ing-type backlash compensation. Blf_E1 Blf_E2 Blf_L2 Blf_L1 When "#2148 Blf_E1" is set to "0", the position-dependent increasing-type backlash compensation function will be disabled.

  • Page 504

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2152 acc_rate Acceleration rate in proportion to the maximum acceler- ation rate Set the rate in proportion to the maximum acceleration rate in rapid traverse. (Note) If this parameter is set to "0" or "100", constant inclination acceleration/deceleration will be applied. Acceleration acc_rate = x 100...

  • Page 505

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2158 G1btLx Per-axis pre-interpolation cutting feed time constant When per-axis acceleration tolerance control is ON: Specify the time constant (a time to be taken until reaching the maximum speed) to be used for calculating each axis' acceleration tolerance.

  • Page 506

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2165 exdcax5 External deceleration speed 5 Set the upper limit value of feedrate for each axis when the external deceleration signal is enabled and ex- ternal deceleration speed 5 is selected. This parameter is valid when "#1239 set11/bit6" is set to "1". ---Setting range--- 0 to 1000000 (mm/min) #2169...

  • Page 507

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2175 Special Ax Radius Special diametral axis radius Set the radius of the special diametral axis. ---Setting range--- 0 to 99999.999 (mm) #2176 Special Ax Clamp Special diametral axis clamp speed Set a clamp speed for the special diametral axis control. Set the limit speed of the drive system in this parameter.

  • Page 508

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #2182 sscfeed2 Observation speed 2 Set the observation speed, which is at the machine end, in the multi-step speed monitor. (Note 1) When the setting value is larger than 18000, the last 2 digits will be ignored. Ex.

  • Page 509

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #2186 sscfeed6 Observation speed 6 Set the observation speed, which is at the machine end, in the multi-step speed monitor. (Note 1) When the setting value is larger than 18000, the last 2 digits will be ignored. Ex.

  • Page 510

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #2191 sscfeed7 Observation speed 7 Set the observation speed, which is at the machine end, in the multi-step speed monitor. (Note 1) When the setting value is larger than 18000, the last 2 digits will be ignored. Ex.

  • Page 511

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2198 G0tMin Minimum time constant for rapid traverse constant in- clination acc./dec. Acceleration/Deceleration is carried out so that the acceleration/deceleration time will not become longer than this parameter's setting when the acceleration/deceleration type of rapid traverse command is constant inclination.

  • Page 512

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2565 VBL2 P3 Variable backlash comp II Stroke position 3 Set the most minus (-) side stroke position among the three. Set the parameters VBL2 P1 to P3 to be "VBL2 P1 > VBL2 P2 > VBL2 P3". Normally, divide the axis's stroke by four, and set a dividing position (except for the both ends) to be a stroke position.

  • Page 513

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2574 VBL2 VBound Variable backlash comp II Speed boundary value Set the boundary value of the speed in calculating the compensation amount. ---Setting range--- 1 to 1000000 (mm/min) #2575 VBL2 CompMag Variable backlash comp II Compensation magnification Set the compensation magnification in calculating the compensation amount.

  • Page 514

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2582 BLAT_syn Synchronization setting for automatic backlash adjust- ment [M8] 0: Separate backlash adjustment for master axis and slave axis each. 1: Backlash adjustment is applied only to the master axis. The master axis's backlash amount is applied to the slave axis.

  • Page 515

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2619 thr_clamp Thread cut clamp speed Specify the maximum cutting feed rate to be applied to thread cutting for each axis. ---Setting range--- 1 to 1000000 #2620 thr_t Thread cut time constant Specify the primary delay time constant to be used in acceleration/deceleration of a thread cut axis. * This parameter is enabled when either C1 (Primary delay cutting feed) or LC (Linear acceleration/deceler- ation cutting feed) is selected for the acceleration/deceleration mode (#2003 smgst).

  • Page 516

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2628 pl3rapid3 Rapid traverse rate for 3-axis serial superimposition control 3 Specify the rapid traverse rate to be applied under 3-axis serial superimposition control when one of the three superimposed axes are rapid-traversing while the remaining two axis is fed at a cutting feed rate in a single direction.

  • Page 517

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2641 m_clamp Manual feed clamp speed Specify the maximum speed to be applied to each axis when manual speed clamp is enabled. When 0 is set, the rapid traverse rate (#2001 rapid) is applied. ---Setting range--- 0 to 1000000(mm/min) #2642...

  • Page 518

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2653 RT2G0tL RT2: Minimum value of G0 acce/dece time constant Set the minimum value of time constant when changing time constant during acceleration and deceleration of G0 command. Set the time constant which was adjusted when workpiece is not attached. Note that when 0 is set, the value will be 10 (default).

  • Page 519

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2660 omrff_inps OMR-FF in-position width Specify the in-position width at which the standard model gain is switched under OMR-FF control. When set to "0", command deceleration check is performed. ---Setting range--- 0.000 to 99.999 (mm) #2661 ITF3_ILMT Interference check III torque limit at entering interfer-...

  • Page 520

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #2675 tcmp_top Multiple axis synchronization control: starting tool off- set No. [M8] This parameter is used for the multiple axis synchronization control. Specify the starting tool offset No. for the axis. ---Setting range--- 0 to 999 #14301 valVDC...

  • Page 521

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #14307 VDCnex_sft Variable full-closed torsion compensation: compensa- tion value (-) shift [M8] Specify the shift amount for variable full-closed torsion compensation value (-) (VDCnex1 to 8). When unused, set the parameter to 0. ---Setting range--- -32768 to 32767 (0.01 μm) #14311+5(n-1)

  • Page 522: Zero Point Return Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.5 Zero Point Return Parameters #2025 G28rap G28 rapid traverse rate Set a rapid traverse rate for the dog type reference position return command. This is not used for the distance-coded reference position detection. ---Setting range--- 1 to 1000000 (mm/min) #2026...

  • Page 523

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2029 grspc Grid interval Set the distance between grids. Generally, set up the value equal to the ball screw pitch. However, if the detector grid interval is not equal to the screw pitch when measured with a linear scale, set up the detector grid interval. To make the grid space smaller, set a divisor of the grid space.

  • Page 524

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2032 nochk Whether reference position return is completed not checked Select whether to check the reference position return completion. 0: Check the reference position return completion. 1: Not check the reference position return completion. When "1"...

  • Page 525

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2036 slv_adjust Reference position adjustment value Set the distance from the first grid point after leaving the near point dog on the slave axis to the position where the reference position is actually established in dog-type reference position return in synchronous control. (Reference position shift amount is not included.) The adjustment value will be automatically set in the slave axis's parameter according to the reference posi- tion adjustment complete signal from PLC.

  • Page 526

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2037 G53ofs Reference position #1 Set the position of the first reference position from the zero point of the basic machine coordinate. Basic machine coordinate Reference position #1 (#2037 G53ofs) Reference position #2 (#2038 #2_rfp) Reference position #3 (#2039 #3_rfp)

  • Page 527

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2040 #4_rfp Reference position #4 Set the position of the fourth reference position from the zero point of the basic machine coordinate. Basic machine coordinate Reference position #1 (#2037 G53ofs) Reference position #2 (#2038 #2_rfp) Reference position #3 (#2039 #3_rfp)

  • Page 528: Absolute Position Detection Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.6 Absolute Position Detection Parameters (PR) #2049 type Absolute position detection method Select the absolute position zero point alignment method. 0: Not absolute position detection 1: Stopper method (push against mechanical stopper) 2: Marked point alignment method I (The grid point is the reference position.) 3: Dog-type (align with dog and near point detection switch) 4: Marked point alignment method II (The position with which the mark was aligned is the reference posi- tion.)

  • Page 529

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2058 nrefn Near zero point - Set the negative direction width where the near reference position signal is output. When set to "0", the value is the same as #2218 SV018(PIT). (Note) When "#1240 set12/bit2" is ON, a magnification (C: 10-fold, D: 100-fold, E:1000-fold) corresponding to the input setting increment ("#1003 iunit") will be applied to the setting value.

  • Page 530: Servo Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.7 Servo Parameters (PR) #2201 SV001 PC1 Motor side gear ratio Set the gear ratio in the motor side when there is the gear between the servo motor's shaft and machine (ball screw, etc.). For the rotary axis, set the total deceleration (acceleration) ratio.

  • Page 531

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2206 SV006 VGN2 Speed loop gain 2 Set the speed loop gain at the motor limitation speed VLMT (maximum rotation speed x 1.15) with "VCS(SV029: Speed at the change of speed loop gain)". Use this to suppress noise at high speed rotation during rapid traverse, etc.

  • Page 532

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2213 SV013 ILMT Current limit value Set the current (torque) limit value in a normal operation. This is a limit value in forward run and reverse run (for linear motors: forward and reverse direction). When the standard setting value is "800", the maximum torque is determined by the specification of the mo- tor.

  • Page 533

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #2217 SV017 SPEC1 Servo specification 1 Select the servo specifications. A function is allocated to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. mdir dfbx sdir drvup bit F-C : spm Motor series selection 0: Not used 1: 200V HG motor (Standard) 2: Not used...

  • Page 534

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #2218 SV018 PIT Ball screw pitch/Magnetic pole pitch For servo motor: Set the ball screw pitch. For the rotary axis, set to "360". For direct-drive motor Set to "360". For linear motor Set the ball screw pitch.

  • Page 535

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2222 SV022 OLL Overload detection level Set the "Overload 1" (Alarm 50) current detection level as percentage to the stall current. Normally set this parameter to "150". (For Mitsubishi adjustment.) Related parameters: SV021 ---Setting range--- 110 to 500 (Stall current %) #2223...

  • Page 536

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters bit 7-0: mtyp(HEX-2,1) Motor type Set the motor type. Set this with SV017/bitF-C. For SV017/bitF-C = 1 (200V standard motor series) HG75 : 41h HG123 : 64h HG105 : 42h HG142 : 65h HG54 : 43h HG46 : BAh...

  • Page 537

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2227 SV027 SSF1 Servo function 1 Select the servo functions. A function is assigned to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. bit F : Not used. Set to "0". bit E : zrn2 Set to "1".

  • Page 538

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters bit 1-0 : vcnt Speed loop delay compensation changeover type selection Normally, use "Changeover type 2". bit1,0= 00: Disable 01: Changeover type 1 10: Changeover type 2 11: Setting prohibited Related parameters: SV007 (PR) #2228 SV028 MSFT...

  • Page 539

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2232 SV032 TOF Torque offset Set the unbalance torque on vertical axis and inclined axis. When the vertical axis pull up function is enabled, the pull up compensation direction is determined by this parameter's sign.

  • Page 540

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2233 SV033 SSF2 Servo function 2 Select the servo functions. A function is assigned to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. nfd1 fhz3 nfd2 lmc2a bit F : lmc2a Lost motion compensation 2 timing 0: Normal 1: Change bit E : zup Vertical axis pull up function...

  • Page 541

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2234 SV034 SSF3 Servo function 3 Select the servo functions. A function is assigned to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. has2 mohn linN ovsn bit F-C: ovsn Overshooting compensation type 3 Non-sensitive band Set the non-sensitive band of the model position droop overshooting amount in increments of 2μm.

  • Page 542

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2235 SV035 SSF4 Servo function 4 Select the servo functions. A function is assigned to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. ckab cltq clstp cl2n clG1 bit F: clt Inertia ratio display 0: Setting for normal use 1: Display the total inertia ratio estimated at acceleration/deceleration at the inertia ratio on the servo monitor screen...

  • Page 543

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #2236 SV036 PTYP Power supply type/ Regenerative resistor type MDS-E/EH Series: Power supply type When connecting a power supply unit, set a code for each power supply unit. ptyp rtyp bit F-C : amp Set the power backup function to be used.

  • Page 544

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters MDS-EJ/EJH Series: Regenerative resistor type Set the regenerative resistor type. emgx rtyp bit F-8 : amp(bit F-C) / rtyp(bit B-8) Resistor built-in drive unit : 10 Setting prohibited : 11 MR-RB032 : 12 MR-RB12 or GZG200W39OHMK : 13 MR-RB32 or GZG200W120OHMK 3 units connected in parallel : 14...

  • Page 545

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2238 SV038 FHz1 Notch filter frequency 1 Set the vibration frequency to suppress when machine vibration occurs. (Normally, do not set 80 or less.) Set to "0" when not using. Related parameters: SV033/bit3-1, SV115 ---Setting range--- 0 to 5000 (Hz) #2239...

  • Page 546

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2246 SV046 FHz2 Notch filter frequency 2 Set the vibration frequency to suppress when machine vibration occurs. (Normally, do not set 80 or less.) Set to "0" when not using. Related parameters: SV033/bit7-5, SV115 ---Setting range--- 0 to 5000 (Hz) #2247...

  • Page 547

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2252 SV052 DFBN Dual feedback control non-sensitive band Set the non-sensitive band in the dual feedback control. Normally, set to "0". For linear servo/direct-drive motor system Not used. Set to "0". Related parameters: SV017/bit1, SV052 ---Setting range--- 0 to 9999 (μm) #2253...

  • Page 548

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2258 SV058 SHGCsp SHG control gain in spindle synchronous control When using SHG control during spindle synchronization control (synchronous tapping and synchronous con- trol with spindle C-axis), set this parameter with SV049 (PGN1sp) and SV050 (PGN2sp). Make sure to set the value 6 times that of SV049.

  • Page 549

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2263 SV063 DA1MPY D/A output ch1 output scale / Initial DC excitation time Set output scale of the D/A output channel 1 in increment of 1/100. When "0" is set, the magnification is the same as when "100" is set. When the DC excitation is running (SV034/bit4=1): Use this when the DC excitation is running (SV034/bit4=1) to adjust the initial magnetic pole position (when measuring the magnetic pole shift amount) for linear motor and direct-drive motor.

  • Page 550

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #2281 SV081 SPEC2 Servo specification 2 Select the servo functions. A function is assigned to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. absc szchk bit F-A: Not used. Set to "0". bit 9: npg Earth fault detection 0: Disable 1: Enable (standard) Set "0"...

  • Page 551

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2282 SV082 SSF5 Servo function 5 Select the servo functions. A function is assigned to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. lmc3 dos2 dos3 bit F-C: Not used. Set to "0". bit B-A: dos3 Digital signal output 3 selection bitB,A= 00: Disable 01: Setting prohibited...

  • Page 552

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2283 SV083 SSF6 Servo function 6 Select the servo functions. A function is assigned to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. nfd4 nfd5 bit F-8 : Not used. Set to "0". bit 7-5 : nfd5 Depth of Notch filter 5 Set the depth of Notch filter 5 (SV088).

  • Page 553

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2284 SV084 SSF7 Servo function 7 Select the servo functions. A function is assigned to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. irms ilm2u bit F : h2c HAS control cancel amount 0: 1/4 (standard) 1: 1/2 Related parameters: SV034/bit1 bit E :...

  • Page 554

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2288 SV088 FHz5 Notch filter frequency 5 Set the vibration frequency to suppress when machine vibration occurs. (Normally, do not set 80 or less.) Set to "0" when not using. Related parameters: SV083/bit7-5, SV115 ---Setting range--- 0 to 5000 (Hz) #2289...

  • Page 555

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2295 SV095 ZUPD Vertical axis pull up distance Set this parameter to adjust the pull up distance when the vertical axis pull up function is enabled. When the pull up function is enabled and this parameter is set to "0", for a rotary motor, 8/1000 of a rotation at the motor end is internally set as the pull up distance, and for a linear motor, 80[μm] is set.

  • Page 556

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2314 SV114 SSF9 Servo function 9 Select the servo functions. A function is assigned to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. nohis bit F-9 : Not used. Set to "0". bit 8 : nohis History of communication error alarm between NC and DRV (34, 36, 38, 39) 0: Enable 1: Disable bit 7 : cse Command speed monitoring function...

  • Page 557

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2315 SV115 SSF10 Servo function 10 Select the servo functions. A function is assigned to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. dfhz ade1 ade2 ade4 ade5 bit F : are Notch filter5 all frequencies adapted When enabled, Notch filter5 all frequencies adaptive range is not limited regardless of SV115/bit4,5 setting.

  • Page 558

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters bit 3-0 : esn Sensitivity of estimated resonance frequency Set the sensitivity of the estimated resonance frequency. Smaller setting value enables to detect smaller vi- bration component, however, adaptive movement will be repeated frequently. Normally set this parameter to "0".

  • Page 559

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #2331 SV131 DPITS Auxiliary reference mark interval Set the auxiliary interval of reference mark in the distance-coded reference scale. When the distance-coded reference scale is not used, set to "0". The interval of basic reference mark (SV130) and auxiliary interval (SV131) must be in the specified relation- ship.

  • Page 560

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2337 SV137 RAER Distance-coded reference check allowable width For the distance-coded reference check function when using distance-coded reference scale, set the allow- able gap from the reference point position data calculated by the main side encoder. When the gap exceeds the allowable range, reference point created by distance-code is judged as wrong and detects alarm 42.

  • Page 561

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #2400 SV200 RTJX Real-time tuning: maximum adaptive inertia ratio In case that machine resonance is induced when mounting a workpiece, the speed loop gain is switched au- tomatically in response to inertia by setting the speed loop gain and workpiece inertia multiplier in advance. The speed loop gain SV199(RTGM) changes in response to the estimated inertia ratio SV200(RTJX) based on the speed loop gain SV005(VGN1) and the inertia multiplier SV037(JL) which were adjusted when no workpiece was mounted.

  • Page 562: Spindle Specification Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.8 Spindle Specification Parameters #3001 slimt 1 Limit rotation speed (Gear: 00) Set the spindle rotation speed for maximum motor speed when gear 00 is selected. Set the spindle rotation speed for the S analog output=10V during analog spindle control. ---Setting range--- 0 to 999999 (r/min) #3002...

  • Page 563

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3009 ssift 1 Shift rotation speed (Gear: 00) Set the spindle speed for gear shifting with gear 00. (Note) Setting too large value may cause a gear nick when changing gears. ---Setting range--- 0 to 32767 (r/min) #3010 ssift 2...

  • Page 564

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3016 stap 4 Synchronous tapping 1st step rotation speed (Gear: 11) Set the speed which switches from 1st step to 2nd step in synchronous tapping multi-step acceleration/de- celeration control when gear 11 is selected. The inclination of linear acceleration/deceleration control for 1st step is determined by the ratio of "stap4"(#3016) to "stapt4"(#3020).

  • Page 565

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3020 stapt 4 Synchronous tapping 1st step acceleration/decelera- tion time constant (Gear: 11) Set the time constant for synchronous tapping 1st step linear acceleration/deceleration control when gear 11 is selected. (linear acceleration/deceleration pattern) ---Setting range--- 1 to 5000 (ms) <...

  • Page 566

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters < Spindle synchronization multi-step acceleration/deceleration control parameter > The acceleration/deceleration control can be set up to eight steps in spindle synchronization control to carry out an optimal acceleration/deceleration control in accordance with the spindle motor characteristics whose output torque steps down when exceeding the base rotation speed and further attenuate in output stepdown zone.

  • Page 567

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3023 smini Minimum rotation speed Set the minimum spindle speed. If an S command below this setting is issued, the spindle will rotate at the minimum speed set by this param- eter. ---Setting range--- 0 to 32767 (r/min) (PR) #3024...

  • Page 568

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #3031 smcp_no Drive unit I/F channel No. (spindle) Set the interface channel No. of CNC control unit to which the spindle is connected and the axis No. within each channel. Set this parameter in 4-digit (hexadecimal) format. Rotary switch settings Axis No.= Channel No.=1...

  • Page 569

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3039 taps23 Synchronous tapping 2nd step rotation speed (Gear: Set the speed which switches from 2nd step to 3rd step in synchronous tapping multi-step acceleration/de- celeration control when gear 10 is selected. The inclination of linear acceleration/deceleration control for 2nd step is determined by the ratio of "taps23"(#3039) to "tapt23"(#3043).

  • Page 570

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3046 tapt32 Synchronous tapping 3rd step acceleration/decelera- tion time constant (Gear: 01) Set the time constant for synchronous tapping 3rd step linear acceleration/deceleration control when gear 01 is selected. The inclination of linear acceleration/deceleration control for 3rd step is determined by the ratio of slim- it2(#3002) to tapt32(#3046).

  • Page 571

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3053 sppst Spindle encoder Z -phase position Set the deviation amount from the spindle's basic point to the spindle encoder's Z phase. Obtain the deviation amount, considering a clockwise direction as positive when viewed from the spindle's front side.

  • Page 572

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3060 sptc7 Spindle synchronization multi-step acceleration/decel- eration changeover speed 7 Set the speed which switches from 7th step to 8th step in spindle synchronization multi-step acceleration/ deceleration control. Set the same value for the reference axis and synchronous axis. Set the value of limit rotation speed (slimit) or higher not to carry out a step shift.

  • Page 573

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3068 symtm1 Phase synchronization start confirmation time Set the time to confirm that synchronization is attained before spindle phase synchronization control is start- When "0" is set, the time will be 500ms. When "100" or less is set, the time will be 100ms. ---Setting range--- 0 to 9999 (ms) #3069...

  • Page 574

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3098 IDD CauThresholdSp Motor insulation deterioration: Caution threshold [C80] Set the threshold so that "Z38 Insulation deterioration wrn 0001" could occur. When performing the insulation deterioration detection and the detected value falls below the parameter set- ting value, "Z38 Insulation deterioration wrn 0001"...

  • Page 575

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3106 zrn_typ Zero point return specifications Select the zero point return specification. Functions are allocated to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. Z phase detection direction Orientation direction Z phase detection operation ON Synchronous tapping zero point return/Deceleration stop designation Synchronous tapping zero point return direction...

  • Page 576

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters bit8: Designate zero point return 0: Compatible operation with our conventional series (Automatically return to zero point simultaneously with C-axis changeover) 1: Standard setting bit7: Synchronous tapping command polarity 0: Forward direction 1: Reverse direction (The standard setting when spindle and motor are directly coupled) bit6-5: Synchronous tapping zero point return direction bit 6,5= 00: Short-cut...

  • Page 577

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3109 zdetspd Z phase detection speed For the first S command after power is turned ON, the spindle rotates at the speed of setting value for this parameter until Z phase is detected twice. When "#3106/bitF = 1"...

  • Page 578

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3116 sp2_t2 Time constant in orientation/interpolation mode auto- matic reference position return (Gear: 01) Set the linear acceleration/deceleration time constant for zero point return control (#3106/bit4,8) which is au- tomatically started at the time of switching orientation control, C axis control and synchronous tapping control when gear 01 is selected.

  • Page 579

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3124 tret_t Turret indexing time constant Set the acceleration/deceleration time constant to reach Limit rotation speed (slimt1) at gear 00 when in turret indexing. Set this parameter to a larger value than time constant in orientation (#3115). ---Setting range--- 0 to 30000 (ms) #3125...

  • Page 580

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3128 ori_spec Orientation control specification bit1: High-speed proximity-switch orientation [M8] Select whether to enable high-speed proximity-switch orientation. This orientation can be used when Proximity-switch spindle zero point detection (#3106 zrn_typ/bitF) is en- abled. 0: Disable 1: Enable [C80]...

  • Page 581

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3129 cax_spec Spindle/C axis control specification bit5 : Retention of coordinate system setting offset at switchover to C axis mode [M8] Select whether to retain the offset for the coordinate system setting(G92/G50) or local coordinate system set- ting (G52) when the control is switched to C axis mode.

  • Page 582

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3132 ori_inp2 2nd in-position width for orientation Set the in-position width when in-position advance output control (#3128/bit0) is valid. Reduce the orientation time by setting a bigger value than the value of conventional SP024 and detecting an in-position faster. Conventional SP024 is used for 2nd in-position signal detection width.

  • Page 583

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #3141 spsscfeed1 Observation speed 1 [M8] Set the observation speed, which is at the machine end, in the multi-step speed monitor. (Note) When the setting value is larger than 18000, the last 2 digits will be ignored. Ex.

  • Page 584

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #3145 S_SigInSP Safety observation signal input [M8] This parameter specifies which observation speed change signal is input in the drive unit. The observation speed change signal corresponds to the following bits of the parameter. bit0: Observation speed change signal 1 is connected.

  • Page 585

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #3150 spsscfeed6 Observation speed 6 [M8] Set the observation speed, which is at the machine end, in the multi-step speed monitor. (Note) When the setting value is larger than 18000, the last 2 digits will be ignored. Ex.

  • Page 586

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3155 cms3 Spindle viscous friction coefficient 3 Set a viscous friction coefficient for spindle. This parameter is to estimate the cutting torque of spindle. #13018(SP018)/bit5=0: Mechanical gear 3-step #13018(SP018)/bit5=1: Coil changeover Not use ---Setting range--- 0 to ±...

  • Page 587

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #3168 StlTrqSPSV(PwrCal) Stall torque of spindle-mode servo motor for power computation Specify the stall torque of spindle-mode servo motor. This value is used for calculating the power consumption of the spindle-mode servo motor. ---Setting range--- 0.000 to 1000.000 (Nm) #3169...

  • Page 588

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #3194 LdMeter load max Loadmeter: Maximum spindle load Specify the maximum spindle load (%) for loadmeter display. When "0" is set, the value becomes 200% (default). ---Setting range--- 0 to 300 (%) (PR) #3195 mgrsptyp...

  • Page 589

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13505 vftht11 Variable speed thread multi-step accel/decel change time constant 1 (Gear00) Set the time constant to reach the variable speed thread multi-step acceleration/deceleration changeover speed 1 at gear 00. ---Setting range--- 0 to 30000(10msec) #13506 vftht12 Variable speed thread multi-step accel/decel change...

  • Page 590

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13514 vftht22 Variable speed thread multi-step accel/decel change time constant 2 (Gear01) Set the time constant to reach the variable speed thread multi-step acceleration/deceleration changeover speed 2 at gear 01. ---Setting range--- 0 to 30000(10msec) #13515 vftht23 Variable speed thread multi-step accel/decel change...

  • Page 591

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13523 sptc22 Spindle sync multistep acceleration/deceleration changeover speed 2 (Gear: 01) Specify the spindle speed at which a changeover to the 2nd step's acceleration/deceleration time constant is made when the 2nd step gear is selected. ---Setting range--- 0 to 99999(r/min) #13524...

  • Page 592

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13530 spdiv22 Time constant magnification for changeover speed 2 (Gear: 01) Time constant magnification for changeover speed 2 (Gear: 01) Specify the acceleration/deceleration time constant to be used in a range of the spindle-mode servo control/ spindle synchronization multi-step acceleration/deceleration changeover speed 2 (sptc22) to the spindle sync multi-step acceleration/deceleration changeover speed 3 (sptc23) when the 2nd step gear is selected.

  • Page 593

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13535 spdiv27 Time constant magnification for changeover speed 7 (Gear: 01) Time constant magnification for changeover speed 7 (Gear: 01) Specify the acceleration/deceleration time constant to be used for the spindle-mode servo control/spindle synchronization multi-step acceleration/deceleration changeover speed 7 (sptc27) or a higher speed when the 2nd step gear is selected.

  • Page 594

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13543 sptc37 Spindle sync multistep acceleration/deceleration changeover speed 7 (Gear: 10) Specify the spindle speed at which a changeover to the 7th step's acceleration/deceleration time constant is made when the 3rd step gear is selected. ---Setting range--- 0 to 99999(r/min) #13544...

  • Page 595

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13549 spdiv36 Time constant magnification for changeover speed 6 (Gear: 10) Time constant magnification for changeover speed 6 (Gear: 10) Specify the acceleration/deceleration time constant to be used in a range of the spindle-mode servo control/ spindle synchronization multi-step acceleration/deceleration changeover speed 6 (sptc36) to the spindle sync multi-step acceleration/deceleration changeover speed 7 (sptc37) when the 3rd step gear is selected.

  • Page 596

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13556 sptc45 Spindle sync multistep acceleration/deceleration changeover speed 5 (Gear: 11) Specify the spindle speed at which a changeover to the 5th step's acceleration/deceleration time constant is made when the 4th step gear is selected. ---Setting range--- 0 to 99999(r/min) #13557...

  • Page 597

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13562 spdiv44 Time constant magnification for changeover speed 4 (Gear: 11) Time constant magnification for changeover speed 4 (Gear: 11) Specify the acceleration/deceleration time constant to be used in a range of the spindle-mode servo control/ spindle synchronization multi-step acceleration/deceleration changeover speed 4 (sptc44) to the spindle sync multi-step acceleration/deceleration changeover speed 5 (sptc45) when the 4th step gear is selected.

  • Page 598

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #43004 SGRA3 Spindle-side gear ratio 3 This ratio is enabled under turret gear change control. Specify the number of spindle-side gear teeth for gear selection command GI1=0/GI2=0. When 0 is set, the operation will be the same as when 1 is set. ---Setting range--- 0 to 32767 #43005...

  • Page 599

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #43048 smax_tap3 Synchro tapping spindle Max rotation speed (Gear: 10) Specify the maximum rotation speed in synchronous tapping multi-step acceleration/deceleration control when gear 10 is selected. Inclination of 3rd linear acceleration/deceleration control is determined by the ratio of smax_tap3(#43048) and tapt33(#3047).

  • Page 600

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #43073 sp_spd_flc_dtc_i Allowable spindle speed fluctuation range [M8] Specify the allowable spindle speed fluctuation range to be applied to the spindle speed fluctuation detection command (G162) from which address I is omitted. When "0" is set, the allowable range is treated as 45 r/min. ---Setting range--- 0 to 999999 (r/min) [C80]...

  • Page 601

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #43080 GRB1ex Motor-side extended gear ratio 1 [M8] Specify the number of motor-side gear teeth for "Gear selection command (Control input 4/bit6, 5) = 00". When 0 is set, extended gear ratio is disabled. When not using extended gear ratio, set 0.

  • Page 602

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #43086 protect_sp_t1 Acceleration/Deceleration time constant during spindle protection (Gear: 00)) [M8] Specify the acceleration/deceleration time constant for S command (speed operation mode) to be applied to the spindle motor (gear 00) that is being protected against increased temperature. Set the linear acceleration/deceleration time to reach the limit rotation speed (slimit1).

  • Page 603: Spindle Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.9 Spindle Parameters #13001 SP001 PGV Position loop gain non-interpolation mode Set the position loop gain for "Non-interpolation" control mode. When the setting value increases, the command tracking ability will enhance and the positioning settling time can be shorter.

  • Page 604

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13008 SP008 VGN2 Speed loop gain 2 Normally SP005(VGN1) is used. By setting "SP035/bit1, SP035/bit9 or SP036/bit1=1", gain 2 can be used according to the application. Gain 2 can also be used by setting "Speed gain set 2 changeover request (control input 5/ bitC) = 1". Refer to SP005(VGN1) for adjustment procedures.

  • Page 605

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13016 SP016 DDT Phase alignment deceleration rate Set the single-rotation position alignment deceleration rate for orientation stopping, phase alignment while rotating and switching from non-interpolation mode to spindle synchronization mode while rotating. When the load inertia is larger, the setting value should be smaller. When the setting value is larger, the orientation in-position and single-rotation position alignment complete faster, but the impact applied on the machine will increase.

  • Page 606

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #13018 SP018 SPEC2 Spindle specification 2 Select the spindle specification. A function is allocated to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. oplp mkch spsu bit F-A : Not used. Set to "0". bit 9 : mpg Earth fault detection 0: Disable 1: Enable (standard)

  • Page 607

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #13020 SP020 RNG2 Main side encoder resolution Set the number of pulses per revolution of the motor side encoder. When using the encoder interface unit MDS-EX-HR, use this with SP098(RNG2ex). Encoder TS5691(128 teeth): SP020 = 2000 TS5691(180 teeth): SP020 = 2880 TS5691(256 teeth): SP020 = 4000 TS5691(384 teeth): SP020 = 6000...

  • Page 608

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13025 SP025 INP2 2nd in-position width Use this when detecting an in-position different from normal in-position width such as advancing the in-posi- tion signal. The adjustment procedure is the same as SP024 (INP). The standard setting is "875".

  • Page 609

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #13032 SP032 PTYP Power supply type/ Regenerative resistor type MDS-E/EH Series: Power supply type When connecting a power supply unit, set a code for each power supply unit. ptyp rtyp bit F-C : amp Set the power backup function to be used.

  • Page 610

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters MDS-EM/EMH Series: Power supply type Set as follows for the spindle drive section of the MDS-EM/EMH-SPV3. ptyp rtyp bit F-C : amp Not used. Set to "0". bit B-8 : rtyp Not used. Set to "0". bit 7-0 : ptyp External emergency stop setting Normal MDS-EM:20, MDS-EMH:22...

  • Page 611

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13033 SP033 SFNC1 Spindle function 1 Select the spindle specification. A function is allocated to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. vfct bit F-C : Not used. Set to "0". bit B-A : ovs Overshoot compensation Set this parameter when overshooting occurs during positioning.

  • Page 612

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13034 SP034 SFNC2 Spindle function 2 Select the spindle function. A function is allocated to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. fhz3 bit F-D : nfd5 Depth of Notch filter 5 Set the depth of Notch filter 5 (SP088). bit F,E,D= 000: -∞...

  • Page 613

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters bit 3-1 : nfd1 Depth of Notch filter 1 Set the depth of Notch filter 1 (SP038). bit3,2,1= 000: -∞ 001: -18.1[dB] 010: -12.0[dB] 011: -8.5[dB] 100: -6.0[dB] 101: -4.1[dB] 110: -2.5[dB] 111: -1.2[dB] bit 0 : Not used.

  • Page 614

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #13036 SP036 SFNC4 Spindle function 4 Select the spindle function. A function is allocated to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. shgs rtt_vgns mksl bit F-8 : Not used. Set to "0". bit 7 : mksl Coil selection in spindle synchronization mode 0: Select the coil commanded during synchronization 1: Select high-speed coil bit 6 : rtt_vgns Real-time tuning I in spindle synchronization mode / speed gain adaptation stop...

  • Page 615

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13040 SP040 LMCT Lost motion compensation non-sensitive band Set the non-sensitive band of the lost motion compensation in the feed forward control. When "0" is set, 2°/1000 is set. Adjust by increasing the value by 1°/1000 at a time. ---Setting range--- -32768 to 32767 (1°/1000) #13041...

  • Page 616

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13046 SP046 FHz2 Notch filter frequency 2 Set the vibration frequency to suppress when machine vibration occurs. (Enabled at 50 or more.) When not using, set to "0". Related parameters: SP034/bit7-5 ---Setting range--- 0 to 5000 (Hz) #13047 SP047 EC...

  • Page 617

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13052 SP052 DFBN Dual feedback control non-sensitive band Set the non-sensitive band in the dual feedback control. Normally set to "0". Related parameters: SP017/bit1, SP051 ---Setting range--- 0 to 9999 (1/1000°) #13053 SP053 ODS Excessive error detection width (non-interpolation mode) Set the excessive error detection width in non-interpolation mode.

  • Page 618

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #13059 SP059 GRA3 Spindle side gear ratio 3 Set the number of gear teeth on the spindle side when "the gear selection command (control input 4/bit6, 5)" is set to "10". ---Setting range--- 1 to 32767 (PR) #13060...

  • Page 619

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13069 SP069 PCMP Phase alignment completion width Set the single-rotation position alignment completion width for phase alignment and changing from non-in- terpolation to spindle synchronization mode during rotation. Set the rotation error that is required to the machine. When the setting value decreases, the rotation error will decrease, but the cycle time (settling time) will get longer.

  • Page 620

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13073 SP073 VGVN Variable speed gain target value If noise is bothersome during high speed rotation, it may be reduced by lowering the speed loop gain at high speed. Set this value to ensure the adequate response by suppressing noise and vibration at low speeds and in- creasing the speed loop gain at high speeds for a high-speed spindle of machining center, etc.

  • Page 621

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13076 SP076 DWSL Slip compensation scale during regeneration low- speed coil Set the slip frequency scale at deceleration when using the low-speed coil. Normally, set to "0". (For Mitsubishi adjustment) ---Setting range--- 0 to 255 (1/16-fold) #13077 SP077 IQA Q axis current lead compensation...

  • Page 622

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13083 SP083 IQGL Q axis current gain low-speed coil When using coil switch function, set the current loop gain for when the low-speed coil is selected. The setting value is determined by the motor's electrical characteristics so that the value is fixed to each mo- tor used.

  • Page 623

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13094 SP094 MPV Magnetic pole error detection speed In the magnetic pole position detection function, the command motor speed and motor speed during the po- sition command stop are monitored. Set the command motor speed level and motor speed level during the position command stop in "r/min" unit. When the command motor speed level is set to "0", the magnetic pole position error is detected at 10r/min.

  • Page 624

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13107- SP107-SP111 13111 Not used. Set to "0". #13112 SP112 IFF OMR-FF current feed forward gain Set the current feed forward rate in OMR-FF control. The standard setting is "10000". Setting value of 0 is equal to "10000(100%)" setting. Set to "0"...

  • Page 625

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13121 SP121 MP Kpp Magnetic pole detection position loop gain Set the position loop gain in the magnetic polar detection loop. This is used in the initial magnetic polar detection when the IPM spindle motor is turned ON. Set to "0"...

  • Page 626

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13128 SP128 DA2MPY D/A output ch2 output scale Set the output scale in increments of 1/100. When "0" is set, the scale is the same as when "100" is set. ---Setting range--- -32768 to 32767 (1/100-fold) (PR) #13129- SP129-SP141...

  • Page 627

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13196 SP196 LMNL Base speed for load meter standard output (Low-speed coil) Set the base speed of the standard output to be displayed as 100% in load meter. When "0" is set, the base speed of the short-time rated output will be applied. It is not available for MDS-EJ-SP Series.

  • Page 628

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13200 SP200 RTJX Real-time tuning: maximum adaptive inertia ratio In case that machine resonance is induced when mounting a workpiece, the speed loop gain is switched au- tomatically in response to inertia by setting the speed loop gain and workpiece inertia multiplier in advance. The speed loop gain SP199(RTGM) changes in response to the estimated inertia ratio SP200(RTJX) based on the speed loop gain SP005(VGN1) and the inertia multiplier SP037(JL) which were adjusted when no workpiece was mounted.

  • Page 629

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13225 SP225 SFNC5 Spindle function 5 Select the spindle functions. Functions are allocated to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. mohn thtyp ddir thno mken ovsn bit F-C: ovsn Overshooting compensation type 3 non-sensitive band Set the non-sensitive band of the overshooting compensation type 3 in increments of 2°/1000.

  • Page 630

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13226 SP226 SFNC6 Spindle function 6 Select the spindle functions. Functions are allocated to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. tqof bit F : Not used. Set to "0". bit E : obs Disturbance observer 0: Normal 1: Enable bit D : vup High response acceleration / deceleration This suppresses a temporal delay which occurs when the target speed is attained from acceleration and...

  • Page 631

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13227 SP227 SFNC7 Spindle function 7 Select the spindle functions. Functions are allocated to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. dos3 bit F-C : dis Digital signal input selection 0: No signal 4: Proximity switch signal detection Other settings: setting prohibited bit B-A : dos3 Digital signal output 3 selection (MDS-EJ-SP/SP2)

  • Page 632

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13229 SP229 SFNC9 Spindle function 9 Select the spindle functions. Functions are allocated to each bit. Set this in hexadecimal format. omrffon sdt2 bit F-E : Not used. Set to "0". bit D : rps Safely limited speed setting unit 0: Normal 1: 100°/min bit C : sdt2 Specified speed output digital signal 2 output 0: Normal 1: Enable...

  • Page 633

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #13231 SP231 Not used. Set to "0000". #13232 SP232 Not used. Set to "0000". #13233 SP233 IVC Voltage non-sensitive band compensation When 100% is set, the voltage equivalent to the logical non-energized time will be compensated. When "0"...

  • Page 634: Spindle-type Servo Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.10 Spindle-type Servo Parameters #52001 SVSPEC Spindle-mode servo: Specification [Exclusive for spindle-mode servo motor] bit0 Selection of position loop gain when C axis is selected 0: Use the position loop gain (#52203 SV003, #52204 SV004, #52257 SV057) 1: Use the spindle sync control position loop gain (#52249 SV049, #52250 SV050, #52258 SV058) bit1 Selection of sync tap cycle position loop gain 0: Use the position loop gain (#52203 SV003, #52204 SV004, #52257 SV057)

  • Page 635: Rotary Axis Configuration Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.11 Rotary Axis Configuration Parameters (PR) #7900 RCDAX_I Orthogonal coordinate horizontal axis name Set the name of the horizontal axis in the orthogonal coordinate system. Set "0" when horizontal axis is not used. ---Setting range--- A,B,C,U,V,W,X,Y,Z 2-digit of A to Z and 1 to 9...

  • Page 636

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #7909 IJK_VEC_MR Posture vector mirror image selection Select whether to enable the mirror image on the posture vector (IJK) when Type 2 is selected in "#7906 PASSTYP". 0: Disable 1: Enable #7910 SLCT_INT_MODE Interpolation method selection Select the interpolation method.

  • Page 637

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #7917 SLCT_G53_6_ROTAX G53.6 rotary axes rotation order Specify in which order to rotate the rotary axes when the address Q is unspecified in G53.6 and when the number of simultaneous contour control axes is limited to 4. 0: In the order of primary and secondary rotary axes 1: In the order of secondary and primary rotary axes #7918...

  • Page 638

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #7924 COFST1H Horizontal axis rotation center offset Set the distance in the horizontal axis direction between the rotation centers of the tool-side rotary axis and the base-side rotary axis. ---Setting range--- -99999.999 to 99999.999 (mm) #7925 COFST1V Vertical axis rotation center offset...

  • Page 639

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #7932 ROTAXT2 Rotary axis name Set the name of the tool rotating type tool-side rotary axis. ---Setting range--- A,B,C,U,V,W,X,Y,Z 2-digit of A to Z and 1 to 9 0: Mechanical axis specifications #7933 DIR_T2 Rotation direction...

  • Page 640

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #7940 SLCT_W1 Rotary axis selection Set in which axis direction to rotate the table rotating type base-side rotary axis. If the tool axis is inclined, use the second digit to set the axis direction in which the tool axis is inclined. 0: Invalid 1: I axis rotation 2: J axis rotation...

  • Page 641

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #7947 CERRW1H Horizontal axis rotation center error compensation amount Set the error compensation amount in the horizontal axis direction of the table rotating type base-side rotary axis rotation center. When table rotating type base rotary axis is I axis rotation, set the position deviation of J axis rotation. When table rotating type base rotary axis is J axis rotation, set the position deviation of K axis rotation.

  • Page 642

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #7953 DIR_W2 Rotation direction [M8] Set the rotation direction for the table rotating type workpiece-side rotary axis. The rotation direction specifications vary according to the setting of "#1450 5axis_Spec/bit3" (Select specifi- cations of rotation direction parameter). - When "#1450 5axis_Spec/bit3"...

  • Page 643

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #7960 Rot1 Ang Geo Dev1 Angular deviation 1 of center line of 1st rotary axis When 1st rotary axis is I axis rotation, set the angular deviation of J axis rotation. When 1st rotary axis is J axis rotation, set the angular deviation of K axis rotation. When 1st rotary axis is K axis rotation, set the angular deviation of I axis rotation.

  • Page 644: Plc Timer

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.12 PLC Timer #16000- T0 - T703 PLC timer <10ms/100ms> 16703 Set the time for the timer used in the PLC program (ladder). The 10ms timer and 100ms timer are identified by the command used. (Note1) This setting value is valid when bit selection parameter "#6449/bit0"...

  • Page 645: Plc Integrated Timer

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.13 PLC Integrated Timer #17000- ST0 - ST63 PLC integrated timer <100ms INC.> 17063 Set the time for the integrated timer used with the PLC program (ladder). (Note1) This setting value is valid when bit selection parameter "#6449/bit0" is set to "0". (Note2) Setting the timer setting value from the setting and display unit The timer T setting value can be set with the following two methods.

  • Page 646: Plc Counter

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.14 PLC Counter #17200- C000 - C255 Counter 17455 Set the time for the counter used with the PLC program (ladder). (Note1) This setting value is valid when bit selection parameter "#6449/bit1" is set to "0". (Note2) Setting the counter setting value from the setting and display unit The counter C setting value can be set with the following two methods.

  • Page 647: Plc Constants

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.15 PLC Constants #18001- R7500,7501 - R7798,7799 PLC constant (Base area) 18150 Set the value to be set in the data type R register used in the PLC program (ladder). Even if the data is set in the R register that corresponds to the PLC side when this parameter is displayed. The screen will not change.Enter a different screen once, and then select this screen again.

  • Page 648: Plc Bit Selection

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.16 PLC Bit Selection (Note) Even if the data is set in the R register(R7800 to R7897) that corresponds to the PLC side when this parameter is displayed, the screen will not change.Enter a different screen once, and then select this screen again. #6449 to #6496 are PLC operation parameters used by MITSUBISHI.

  • Page 649

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #6452 R7825-High Bit selection bit7: Set to "0". bit6: Branch destination label check valid bit5: Set to "0". bit4: Serial handy terminal communication valid bit3-0: Set to "0". #6453 R7826-Low Bit selection bit7-5 : Integrated timer ST Variable/fixed Number of points setting bit4-3 : Set to "0".

  • Page 650

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #6471 R7835-Low Bit selection [M8] Set to "0". [C80] bit7-1: Set to "0". bit0: ERROR LED display Select the display specifications of ERROR LED (red) when only minor errors occur. 0: Turning OFF when only minor errors occur. 1: Turning ON when only minor errors occur.

  • Page 651: Machine Error Compensation Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.17 Machine Error Compensation Parameters (PR) #4000 Pinc Machine error compensation increment method Select the method to set the machine error compensation data. 0: Absolute amount method 1: Incremental amount method #4001 cmpax Basic axis <n-th axis>...

  • Page 652

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #4005 pdvno Division point number at the most positive side <n-th axis> Set the compensation data No. at the farthest end on the positive side. (Note) When the axis moves in negative direction with two-way pitch error compensation enabled, set com- pensation data No.

  • Page 653: Macro List

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.18 Macro List #7001 M[01] Code Set the M code used for calling out the macro with the M command. Select codes to be entered other than the codes basically required by the machine and M codes of M0, M1, M2, M30, M96 through M99, and M198.

  • Page 654

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #7051 M[06] Code The setting method is same as "#7001". #7052 M[06] Type The setting method is same as "#7002". #7053 M[06] Program No. The setting method is same as "#7003". #7061 M[07] Code The setting method is same as "#7001".

  • Page 655

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #7201 G[01] Code Set the G code to be used when calling the macro with a G command. Do not set a G code used in the system. G101 to G110 and G200 to G202 are user macro I codes. However, if a parameter is set for the G code call code, the G code call will have the priority, and these cannot be used as the user macro I.

  • Page 656

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #7253 G[06] Program No. The setting method is same as "#7203". #7261 G[07] Code The setting method is same as "#7201". #7262 G[07] Type The setting method is same as "#7202". #7263 G[07] Program No. The setting method is same as "#7203".

  • Page 657

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #7313 Tmac Program No. Set the program No. for when calling the macro with a T command. This is valid when "#1197 Tmac" is set to "1". The setting method is same as "M call macro". ---Setting range--- Program name or file name (up to 32 characters) #7314...

  • Page 658

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #7373 G700 program No. The setting method is same as "#7323". #7382 G800 type The setting method is same as "#7322". #7383 G800 program No. The setting method is same as "#7323". #7392 G900 type The setting method is same as "#7322".

  • Page 659

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #7414 ASCII[02] Program No. Set the program No. called with macro call. ---Setting range--- Program name or file name (up to 32 characters) #7415 ASCII[02] Variable When the call type is "0", set the variable No. set after the ASCII code. ---Setting range--- 100 to 149 IB-1501279-H...

  • Page 660: Position Switches

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.19 Position Switches (Note) The parameters #7741 to #7814 (position switch No. 25 to 32) are only for C80. #7500 Pcheck High-speed switching of position switch Specify whether to perform position switch area checking at high speeds. 0: Do not perform position switch area checking at high speed (do it the same as before).

  • Page 661

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #7742+10(n-25) PSWn dog1 Imaginary dog position 1 [C80] "n" represents the posistion switch No.(n=25 to 32) When the machine enters the range between imaginary dog positions 1 and 2, a signal is output to the PLC. For the device No., refer to the PLC Interface Manual.

  • Page 662: Rio Device Allocation Parameters [m8]

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.20 RIO Device Allocation Parameters [M8] (PR) #53001 RIO dev assign RIO device allocation method [M8] Select whether the fixed allocation method or arbitrary allocation method is used to assign devices to each remote I/O unit station.

  • Page 663

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #53016 DO dev No. #1 DO device number #1 [M8] Specify the head device No. of DO allocation devices for the 1st remote I/O unit station. For device Y: Hexadecimal For others: Decimal * This parameter changes to 0 if you change the device name DO dev name #n.

  • Page 664

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters Parameter list for RIO device 2nd and following stations [M8] Parameter Nos and Names for the RIO device 2nd and following stations are shown below. Refer to the description of RIO 1st station by replacing its station No. (or # No) for details of each parameter. RIO CH No.

  • Page 665

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters RIO CH No. RIO Sta. DI dev DI dev No. DO dev DO dev No. DI Hi-Spd DO Hi-Spd name name #53181 #53182 #53183 #53184 #53185 #53186 #53187 #53188 Station RIO CH No. RIO Sta.

  • Page 666

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters RIO CH No. RIO Sta. DI dev DI dev No. DO dev DO dev No. DI Hi-Spd DO Hi-Spd name name #53371 #53372 #53373 #53374 #53375 #53376 #53377 #53378 Station RIO CH No. RIO Sta.

  • Page 667

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters RIO CH No. RIO Sta. DI dev DI dev No. DO dev DO dev No. DI Hi-Spd DO Hi-Spd name name #53561 #53562 #53563 #53564 #53565 #53566 #53567 #53568 Station RIO CH No. RIO Sta.

  • Page 668

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters RIO CH No. RIO Sta. DI dev DI dev No. DO dev DO dev No. DI Hi-Spd DO Hi-Spd name name #53751 #53752 #53753 #53754 #53755 #53756 #53757 #53758 Station RIO CH No. RIO Sta.

  • Page 669

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters RIO CH No. RIO Sta. DI dev DI dev No. DO dev DO dev No. DI Hi-Spd DO Hi-Spd name name #53941 #53942 #53943 #53944 #53945 #53946 #53947 #53948 Station RIO CH No. RIO Sta.

  • Page 670

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters RIO CH No. RIO Sta. DI dev DI dev No. DO dev DO dev No. DI Hi-Spd DO Hi-Spd name name #0103 #54131 #54132 #54133 #54134 #54135 #54136 #54137 #54138 Station RIO CH No. RIO Sta.

  • Page 671

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters RIO CH No. RIO Sta. DI dev DI dev No. DO dev DO dev No. DI Hi-Spd DO Hi-Spd name name #132 #54321 #54322 #54323 #54324 #54325 #54326 #54327 #54328 Station RIO CH No. RIO Sta.

  • Page 672

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters RIO CH No. RIO Sta. DI dev DI dev No. DO dev DO dev No. DI Hi-Spd DO Hi-Spd name name #151 #54511 #54512 #54513 #54514 #54515 #54516 #54517 #54518 Station RIO CH No. RIO Sta.

  • Page 673

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters RIO CH No. RIO Sta. DI dev DI dev No. DO dev DO dev No. DI Hi-Spd DO Hi-Spd name name #170 #54701 #54702 #54703 #54704 #54705 #54706 #54707 #54708 Station RIO CH No. RIO Sta.

  • Page 674: Open Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.21 Open Parameters #29001- Open param 1 29896 Set LONG data. #29001 to #29896 are used as parameter range where C language modules can be used arbitrarily. #29901- Open param 2 29996 Set DOUBLE data. #29901 to #29996 are used as parameter range where C language modules can be used arbitrarily.

  • Page 675: Device Open Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.22 Device Open Parameters (Note) This parameter description is common for M800/M80 Series. It is written on the assumption that all option functions are added. Confirm with the specifications issued by the machine tool builder before starting use. #40001- Device Open Parameters 40100...

  • Page 676: Sram Open Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.23 SRAM Open Parameters (Note) This parameter description is common for M800/M80 Series. It is written on the assumption that all option functions are added. Confirm with the specifications issued by the machine tool builder before starting use. #41001- SRAM Open Parameters 41100...

  • Page 677: Cc-link Parameters [m8]

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.24 CC-Link Parameters [M8] (PR) #24001+40(n-1) SLn station No. CC-Link station No. [M8] Set the station No. of the CC-Link I/F unit. "n" represents the expansion slot No.(n=1 to 3) -1: Invalid 0: Master station 1 to 64: Slave station ---Master station--- Set a value within the setting range.

  • Page 678

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #24003+40(n-1) SLn set fault sta Setting of data link faulty station [M8] Select whether to clear or hold the data input from the data link faulty station. "n" represents the expansion slot No.(n=1 to 3) 0: Clear 1: Hold (Note) Refer to "CC-Link System Master/Local Module User's Manual (SH(NA)-080394E)"...

  • Page 679

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #24007+40(n-1) SLn conn modules Number of connected modules [M8] Set the total number of remote stations, local stations, intelligent device stations, standby master station and reserved stations connected to the master station. "n" represents the expansion slot No.(n=1 to 3) ---Master station--- Set to either of "1"...

  • Page 680

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #24011+40(n-1) SLn ope at NC down Operation at NC down [M8] Set the data link status for when the master station failure occurs. "n" represents the expansion slot No.(n=1 to 3) 0: Fixed to stop (Note) Refer to "CC-Link System Master/Local Module User's Manual (SH(NA)-080394E)"...

  • Page 681

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #24015+40(n-1) SLn RX dev No. Remote input (RX) refresh device No. [M8] Set the refresh device No. of the remote input (RX) to be automatically refreshed. "n" represents the expansion slot No.(n=1 to 3) (Note 1) When setting parameters in ALL.PRM with using the parameter input/output function, input the de- vice No.

  • Page 682

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #24017+40(n-1) SLn RY dev No. Remote output (RY) refresh device No. [M8] Set the refresh device No. of the remote output (RY) to be automatically refreshed. "n" represents the expansion slot No.(n=1 to 3) (Note 1) When setting parameters in ALL.PRM with using the parameter input/output function, input the de- vice No.

  • Page 683

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #24019+40(n-1) SLn RWr dev No. Remote register (RWr) refresh device No. [M8] Set the refresh device No. of the remote register (RWr) to be automatically refreshed. "n" represents the expansion slot No.(n=1 to 3) (Note 1) When setting parameters in ALL.PRM with using the parameter input/output function, input the de- vice No.

  • Page 684

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #24021+40(n-1) SLn RWw dev No. Remote register (RWw) refresh device No. [M8] Set the refresh device No. of the remote register (RWw) to be automatically refreshed. "n" represents the expansion slot No.(n=1 to 3) (Note 1) When setting parameters in ALL.PRM with using the parameter input/output function, input the de- vice No.

  • Page 685

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #24023+40(n-1) SLn SB dev No. Special relay (SB) refresh device No. [M8] Set the refresh device No. of the special relay (SB) to be automatically refreshed. "n" represents the expansion slot No.(n=1 to 3) (Note 1) When setting parameters in ALL.PRM with using the parameter input/output function, input the de- vice No.

  • Page 686

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #24025+40(n-1) SLn SW dev No. Special relay (SW) refresh device No. [M8] Set the refresh device No. of the special relay (SW) to be automatically refreshed. "n" represents the expansion slot No.(n=1 to 3) (Note 1) When setting parameters in ALL.PRM with using the parameter input/output function, input the de- vice No.

  • Page 687

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #24121+15(m-1) CNm station type Station type [M8] Set the type of the connected remote station, local station, intelligent device station and standby master sta- tion. 0: No setting 1: Ver.1 remote I/O station 2: Ver.1 remote device station 3: Ver.1 intelligent device station 4: Ver.2 remote device station...

  • Page 688

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #24124+15(m-1) CNm station No. Station No. [M8] Set the station No. of the connected remote, local and intelligent stations. Set "0" when no setting is required. "m" means the m-th connected station in ascending order of station No. (m= 1 to 64) ---Master station--- Set a value within the setting range.

  • Page 689

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #24126+15(m-1) CNm set rsvd sta Reserved station [M8] Set the reserved/error invalid station. "m" means the m-th connected station in ascending order of station No. (m= 1 to 64) 0: No setting 1: Reserved station 2: Error invalid station (Note) Refer to "CC-Link System Master/Local Module User's Manual (SH(NA)-080394E)"...

  • Page 690

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #24133+15(m-1) CNm auto bfr size Automatic update buffer size [M8] Set the allocation of the buffer memory size to the local station, standby master station and intelligent device station when in transient transmission. "m"...

  • Page 691: Plc Axis Indexing Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.25 PLC Axis Indexing Parameters (PR) #12800 chgauxno Auxiliary axis number Set the axis No. to be controlled as auxiliary axis using auxiliary axis interface. When "0" is set, the axis will not operate as auxiliary axis. ---Setting range--- [M8] 0 to 8: (M800W/M800S Series)

  • Page 692

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12805 aux_ST.offset Station offset Set the distance (offset) from the reference position to station 1. ---Setting range--- -99999.999 to 99999.999 (° or mm) #12810+10(n-1) aux_Aspeedn Operation parameter group n Automatic operation speed Set the feedrate during automatic operation when "operation parameter group n" is selected. "#12810 aux_Aspeed1"...

  • Page 693

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12815+10(n-1) aux_ODn Operation parameter group n Excessive error detection width Set the excessive error detection width when "operation parameter group n" is selected. The excessive error alarm (S03 0052) will be detected when the position droop becomes larger than this set- ting value.

  • Page 694

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12854 aux_stpos6 Station 6 coordinate Set the station 6 coordinate value when arbitrary coordinate assignment is selected. The station 1 coordinate value is fixed at "0.000" (machine coordinate zero point). ---Setting range--- -99999.999 to 99999.999(° or mm) #12855 aux_stpos7 Station 7 coordinate...

  • Page 695

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12863 aux_stpos15 Station 15 coordinate Set the station 15 coordinate value when arbitrary coordinate assignment is selected. The station 1 coordinate value is fixed at "0.000" (machine coordinate zero point). ---Setting range--- -99999.999 to 99999.999(° or mm) #12864 aux_stpos16 Station 16 coordinate...

  • Page 696

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12872 aux_PSW1dog2 PSW1 area setting 2 Set "PSW1 area setting" 1 and 2 to specify the area where the position switch 1 will turn ON when the ma- chine is positioned. Whether the value of setting 1 is larger than setting 2 (or vice versa) does not affect the position switch op- eration.

  • Page 697

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12878 aux_PSW4dog2 PSW4 area setting 2 Set "PSW4 area setting" 1 and 2 to specify the area where the position switch 4 will turn ON when the ma- chine is positioned. Whether the value of setting 1 is larger than setting 2 (or vice versa) does not affect the position switch op- eration.

  • Page 698

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12884 aux_PSW7dog2 PSW7 area setting 2 Set "PSW7 area setting" 1 and 2 to specify the area where the position switch 7 will turn ON when the ma- chine is positioned. Whether the value of setting 1 is larger than setting 2 (or vice versa) does not affect the position switch op- eration.

  • Page 699

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12890 aux_PSW10dog2 PSW10 area setting 2 Set "PSW10 area setting" 1 and 2 to specify the area where the position switch 10 will turn ON when the machine is positioned. Whether the value of setting 1 is larger than setting 2 (or vice versa) does not affect the position switch op- eration.

  • Page 700

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12896 aux_PSW13dog2 PSW13 area setting 2 Set "PSW13 area setting" 1 and 2 to specify the area where the position switch 13 will turn ON when the machine is positioned. Whether the value of setting 1 is larger than setting 2 (or vice versa) does not affect the position switch op- eration.

  • Page 701

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #12912 aux_pusht2 Stopper torque release time Set the time from the completion of the stopper operation to the changeover of the stopper torque in the stop- per positioning. ---Setting range--- 0 to 9999(ms) #12913 aux_pusht3 Set position signal output delay time...

  • Page 702: Machine Type Parameters [m8]

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.26 Machine Type Parameters [M8] (PR) #12621 machine type Select machine type (For L system only) [M8] Select the type of lathe: horizontal or vertical. 0: Horizontal-type lathe 1: Vertical-type lathe (PR) #12622 turret move dir Select turret move direction (For L system only) [M8]...

  • Page 703

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #12625 tool rot ax type Select tool rotation axis (For L system only) [M8] Select about which axis the tool rotation axis rotates. (Note) When "#12624 tool rot ax name" is not set, this parameter is disabled. If "0: Disable"...

  • Page 704

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #12633 main chuck pos X Front chuck position X (For L system only) [M8] Specify the position from the machine zero point in the X axis direction of front chuck. ---Setting range--- -99999.999 to 99999.999 (mm) (PR) #12634...

  • Page 705

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #12651 table center posV Vertical axis table center position (For M system only) [M8] Set the center position of the table in the vertical axis direction using the machine position. ---Setting range--- -99999.999 to 99999.999 (mm) (PR) #12652...

  • Page 706: Machining Time Parameters[m8]

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.27 Machining Time Parameters[M8] #42801+2(n-1) M[n] Code M code for calculating machining time [M8] Specify the M code for calculating the machining time. (n=1 to 50) ---Setting range--- 0 to 99999999 #42802+2(n-1) M[n] ExeTime Execution time of M code for calculating machining time [M8]...

  • Page 707

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #42952 M Code StdExeTime Standard execution time of M code for calculating ma- chining time [M8] Specify the average execution time of the M code for which individual setting is not performed. ---Setting range--- 0 to 60000 (ms) #42953 M2 Code StdExeTime...

  • Page 708

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #42967 S Code ExeTime 7 S code execution time for machining time calculation (7th spindle) [M8] Specify the S code execution time of the 7th spindle. ---Setting range--- 0 to 60000 (ms) #42968 S Code ExeTime 8 S code execution time for machining time calculation (8th spindle)

  • Page 709: Safety Common Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.28 Safety Common Parameters (PR) #51001 SIO_Enable Enable safety related I/O observation 0: Disable 1: Enable (PR) #51002 SLS_Enable Enable SLS observation 0: Disable 1: Enable (PR) #51003 SLP_Enable Enable SLP observation 0: Disable 1: Enable (PR) #51004...

  • Page 710

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters #51013 SF_PSWD Safe password Set the safety password. Setting: 7 or 8 uppercase alphanumeric characters If no password is set, turn ON the machine parameter setup mode to set the safety parameters. ---Setting range--- 7 or 8 uppercase alphanumeric characters (PR) #51015...

  • Page 711: Safety Axis Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.29 Safety Axis Parameters (PR) #51101 SF_Disable Disable smart safety observation Set the axis to be outside the scope of smart safety observation. 0 : Enable smart safety observation 1 : Disable smart safety observation (Note) The settings of "#51101 SF_Disable"...

  • Page 712

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #51126+2(n-1) SLP_PositionPn SLP position tolerance n(+) "n" represents the SLP position tolerance No. (n = 1 to 4) Specify the upper and lower limits of machine position, which is determined as safe, for each of SLP position tolerances 1(+) to 4(+).

  • Page 713

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #51144+2(n-1) SCA_PositionMn SCA position n(-) "n" represents the SCA position No. (n = 1 to 16) Specify the upper and lower limits of machine position determined as safe for each of SCA positions 1(-) to 16(-).

  • Page 714

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #51181 SOS_PositionP SOS travel distance tolerance (+) Specify the upper limit of machine-end travel distance (plus side) determined as a safe operating stop. If the SOS_P detection delay time has elapsed with the command/FB travel distance in the plus direction exceed- ing that of this parameter while SOS is ON, a safe stop (SS1 or STO) is executed.

  • Page 715

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #51194 SBT_FDRATE SBT command speed Set the command speed to command to the test target axis at the time of brake test. When set "0", the alarm occurs at the start of the brake test. (The test does not start.) ---Setting rang--- 0 to 1000000 (mm/min or °/min) (PR)

  • Page 716

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters (PR) #51200 SFSPEC1 Safety specification 1 Specify the Safety axis’s specification by turning ON the corresponding BIT. Input the hexadecimal value for this parameter. BIT0-2 : Not used BIT3 : Motor brake connection status 0 : Motor brake connected 1 : Motor brake not connected BIT4-F : Not used...

  • Page 717: Safety Spindle Parameters

    M800/M80/E80/C80 Series Alarm/Parameter Manual 16 Machine Parameters 16.30 Safety Spindle Parameters (PR) #51301 SF_SDisable Disable smart safety observation Set the spindle to be outside the scope of smart safety observation. 0 : Enable smart safety observation 1 : Disable smart safety observation (Note) The settings of "#51101 SF_Disable"...

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