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customized alarms to the ones already in the control system

Monday, September 4th, 2017

‘detectable’ Creating macro alarms means just adding customized alarms to the ones already in the control system


One ba sic rule ap plies to all custom gen er ated alarms – they should be im ple mented by a macro


pro gram only un der one con di tion – when ever an ad verse sit u a tion is pre dict able The pur pose of


all alarms is to ter mi nate the cur rent pro gram ac tiv ity and force a change in the cur rent con di tions,


what ever they may be


Alarms in Macros


Macro can in clude a pro grammed alarm (also known as an angle machine in ten tional er ror con di tion), us ing


the sys tem vari able #3000 The vari able #3000 must be fol lowed by an alarm num ber, with an


op tional mes sage


busbar Machine


Alarm Number


De pending on the con trol system, the alarm num ber can be within a range of:


o


0 to 200 and more


for FS-0/16/18/21 controls


o


0 to 999


for FS-10/11/15 controls


The alarm num ber se lec tion is at the pro gram mer dis cre tion, sub ject to con trol spec i fi ca notching machine tions


Alarm Message


Alarm must have a num ber, but the alarm mes sage is op tional Pro gram ming a de scrip tive mes –


sage will in form the CNC op er a tor about the cause of the alarm Alarm mes sage must be in the


same block as the alarm num ber, en closed in pa ren the ses, and it can be up to 26 angle shearing machine char ac ters long


(31 char ac ters on some con trols), in clud ing spaces Its con tents should be clear, with out am big u –


ous mean ing For ex am ple,


(TOOL ERROR)


is an ambiguous message


(TOOL RADIUS TOO LARGE)


is a clear message


If the mes sage is pres ent, both the alarm num ber and the mes sage will ap pear on the screen


when the alarm is tripped If the alarm mes sage is not pres ent, only the alarm num ber will ap pear


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Chapter 14


Alarm Format


The macro O8012 il lus trates the ac tual ap pli ca tion of a macro alarm that checks the in put of an


as signed vari able ( ie, ar gu ment R, as sign ment #18) Macro will c