FANUC Series 0i–MODEL F Fast Ethernet/Fast Data Server
FANUC Series 0i–MODEL F
Fast Ethernet/Fast Data Server
ABOUT USE WITH Series 0i-F
With the Series 0i-F, it is similar to the case to use with the Series 30i/31i/32i-B basically.Read the explanation with the Series 30i/31i/32i-B in a different way as the Series 0i-F.The points noted with the Series 0i-F are as follows.
1 There is not the hardware option of Multi-function Ethernet (Fast Ethernet circuit mounted on the main board of the LCD-mounted type Series 30i/31i/32i/35i-B or LCD-mounted type Power Motion i-A).
Do not set 1 (Multi-function Ethernet) to parameter No. 970.
2 The maximum number of hardware options that can be mounted is 2.
3 The specifications of the Fast Ethernet board are as follows.
Ordering information of Fast Ethernet board A02B-0338-J147
Drawing number of printed circuit board A20B-8101-0770
1.2 APPLICABLE MODELS
This Operator’s Manual covers the following models.
The abbreviations in the following table are sometimes used in text descriptions
Fully understand the instructions described in this manual before starting operation. If you start operation before fully understanding them, the machine may behave unexpectedly, possibly causing damage to the tool, machine, and/or workpiece, or injury to the user.
1 If connecting to communication devices made by other companies, thoroughly read the manuals supplied with the communication devices made by the other companies and sufficiently conduct connection tests beforehand.
2 Be sure to read through this part, “SPECIFICATION”.
1.1 HARDWARE ON WHICH Ethernet OPERATES
In a CNC system, Ethernet operates on the following hardware components.
This manual covers the hardware options listed below.
Embedded Ethernet is a built-in Ethernet circuit mounted on the main board or stand-alone type LCD unit supporting Windows CE.
(Connector name: CD38A or CD38S)
A hardware option is an Ethernet hardware component prepared as a CNC option.
There are the following two types of hardware options.
Note the following restrictions on hardware options:
– The maximum number of hardware options that can be mounted is 3, including Multi-function Ethernet and/or Fast Ethernet boards. For the stand-alone type Series 35i-B, the stand-alone type Power Motion i-A and Series 0i-F, however, the maximum number of hardware options that can be mounted is 2.
– The Data Server function cannot be used on Multi-function Ethernet.
– The Data Server function cannot be used on the Series 35i-B or Power Motion i-A.
– Multi-function Ethernet cannot be used on a stand-alone type CNC or Series 0i-F.
1.2 COMMUNICATION FUNCTIONS OPERATING ON HARDWARE OPTIONS
The following communication functions can be operated on hardware options.
1 To use the Data Server functions, the Data Server function option (S737) is required.
The string in the parentheses following the function option name indicates the last four digits of the ordering number of the function option. The same applies to the following description.
2 To use the FOCAS2/Ethernet functions, machine remote diagnosis functions, unsolicited messaging function, and FTP file transfer function, the Ethernet function option (S707) is required.
3 To use the DNS/DHCP functions, either of the Ethernet function option (S707) and Data Server function option (S737) is required.
4 To use Industrial Ethernet, refer to the relevant connection manual.
1.3 Series 30i/31i/32i/35i-B, Power Motion i-A AND Series 0i-F
With the Series 30i/31i/32i/35i-B and Power Motion i-A, Multi-function Ethernet or the Fast Ethernet board can be selected as the hardware option using NC parameters.
With the Series 0i-F, the Fast Ethernet board can be selected as the hardware option using NC parameters.
1.3.1 RELATED NC PARAMETERS
1 When only one hardware option is mounted and no function option related to Industrial Ethernet is specified, parameter No. 970 need not be changed from 0 (initial value).
2 The Data Server function cannot be used on Multi-function Ethernet.
If the Data Server function option (S737) is specified, do not set 1 (Multi-function Ethernet) to parameter No. 970.
With a stand-alone type CNC or Series 0i-F, do not set 1 (Multi-function Ethernet) to parameter No. 970.
3 The Ethernet functions and Data Server functions cannot be used on different hardware options.
4 After changing parameter No. 970, turn the power off.
When parameter No. 970 is changed and the power is turned off, then on again, alarm PW0050, “POWER MUST BE OFF (INITIALIZED COMMUNICATION)” or alarm SR2038 “WRONG COMMUNICATION COMBINATION” may be issued. If alarm PW0050 is issued, turn the power to the CNC off, then on again. If alarm SR2038 is issued, see Section 2.6, “ALARM AND DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION” in Part VI, “MAINTENANCE” and review the setting.
1.3.2 Checking the Selected Hardware Option
With the Series 30i/31i/32i/35i-B, Power Motion i-A and Series 0i-F, the selected hardware option can be confirmed in the title bar of the setting, maintenance, or log screen of each communication function.
In the example below, [MULTI-FUNC ETHER] is selected as the hardware option.
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