I got a feeling we have been on a goose chase here. Look in your electrical schematic book and you might find a hard copy of the fanuc parameters. Save them under a temporary filename so you don't overwrite the original files. Stevohello all sorry for too late replying i used hard copy i used slot memory card to copy the data parameter and ladder in machine memory card , but machine not accept all parameter specially 9900 to 9998 , i tell u before one more thing i share for u , that my machine back panel pmc module display card are repair. When you mentioned Parameter 925. Ok you say that you have the original hard copy of options for the machine correct? Keep them held until the control and drives boot up. If you are missing some of them that were previously installed then all you would have to do is get the originals and re-download them.
Your parameters are already set up for 5mm screw on the X axis. Changing the screw parameters is difficult the first time you have to do it as it can ripple through to other parameter settings. If you want to know more or withdraw your consent to all or some of the cookies, please refer to the. Your best bet is to contact the machine manufacturer if you need options turned on. I am sure some people know a few of them but I do not. You say that you are missing some that you had before. That will allow the axis to run 9.
. Since we have no control over the many variables involved, including such things as cable conditions, modifications to machines, condition of computer hardware, etc. Stevo hy all i try all my option in use , i have a hard copy of parameter , i used him to read in the machine both parameter and ladder , but machine not accept all word of parameter ,thats why many of machine parts not working , when machine new all parts working but now machine cant read the some parameter mainely 9900 to 9998 i think may be machine software problem , may be again software load machine accept all parameter , i have same another two lynx 220 machine one of them has same panel oi and another simple fanuc i series stevo u have fanuc i series bit detail? I just think that there is going to be a lot more settings and adjustments that need to be done. I have no idea where to find them. So far I don't think anyone has figured out how to change them.
That parameter 22 bits 0 — 3. Perhaps someone else can be more giving, but don't get too optimistic. Dripfeed facility on the Fanuc must be enabled. I have the reference book and the standard fanuc manuals, but a parameter manual would be greatly appreciated. This is not a complete parameter list, only common ones that are changed most often. Is not the position button.
You can not lose them. The passwords started at the 15series controls. There is more to it then just changing a parameter for a mm ballscrew. The same bits in parameter 21, indicate if you have absolute encoders. Thanks for the pdf, i shall sit down tonight and read it through! Practical Machinist is the easiest way to learn new techniques, get answers quickly and discuss common challenges with your peers.
You can not lose them. None of my manuals list it. Fanuc commonly altered parameter list chart - Fanuc's commonly changed parameter list for fanuc 0,3,6,10,11,12,15,16,18,21,16i,18i,21i,31i,160i,180i,310i controls. It's not just the i-series. You have to press then before the power comes on. S Not sure that thing Zdravko posted should be common knowledge.
That will zero the machine position display. That's why you don't see them listed in any book provided with the machine. Take a peek in there to see if you got them. Are you referring to the control? Is this the same machine? There is no way around this. The other old fashioned way is to look at your parameters 700 — 706, write them down then change them to 999999, use a negative if they all ready have a negative written.
Stevo Hi again It is a B model fanuc. That was a little like pulling teeth. Yeah this is a big job to do. Take a peek in there to see if you got them. I do not have the details for the Oi option bits. I just did this the other day. This is a single page document exactly as shown in the image above with the data entered in each column.