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Series 15-Model TA

Series 15-Model TTA


Suppletnent For Operation

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GE Fanuc Automation

Series 15-Model TA
Series 15-Model TTA
Supplement For Operation Manual

GE Fanuc Automation
(;FZ-61214E-1/01
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WARNING

The product described in this publication may employ hazardous voltages or might create other
conditions that could, through misuse, inattention, or lack of understanding, result in personal
injury, or damage to the product or to other equipment. It is imperative, therefore, that personnel
involved in the installation, maintenance, or use of this product understand the operation of the
product and the contents of this publication.

This document is based on information available at the time of its publication. While efforts have
been made to be accurate, the information contained herein does not purport to cover all details
or variations in hardware and software, nor to provide for every possible contingency in connection with installation, operation, and maintenance. Features may be described herein which are
not present in all hardware and software systems. GE Fanuc Automation assumes no obligation
of notice to holders of this document with respect to changes subsequently made.
GE Fanuc Automation makes no representation or warranty, expressed, implied, or statutory with
respect to, and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, sufficiency, or usefulness of the information contained herein. No warranties of merchantability or fitness for purpose
shall apply.

Copyright 1988 G~ Fanuc Automation North America, Inc.

This manual describes following products:

Product name

Abbreviation

FANUC Series 15-TA

15-TA

FANUC Series 15-TF

15-TF

FANUC Series 15-TTA

15-TTA

FANUC Series 15-TTF

15-TTF

FANUC Series 15-MA

15-MA

FANUC Series 15-MF

15-MF

15-T

15-TT

15-M

Series 15

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. OUTLINE OF TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDANCE
1.1 What is the Troubleshooting Guidance
1.2 What is the Expert System ...
1.2.1 Artificial Intelligence .
1.2.2 Expert system ..
1.2.3 Knowledge base
1.2.4 Production rule

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2. CONCEPTION OF KNOWLEDGE BASE PREPARATION


2.1 Summarizing Knowledge
2.2 Determining the Item to Diagnose
2.3 Determining Module Name
2.4 Determining Module Attribute .
2.5 Collecting Information
2.6 Arranging Information .
2.6.1 Deducing the event rule from the cause
2.6.2 Arranging the goal rule ..
2.6.3 Arranging the events
2.7 Expressing as Knowledge Base

3. PROCEDURE OF KNOWLEDGE BASE PREPARATION


3. 1 Compiler .......................... .

3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3. 1. 5

Input file
Output file .
Starting method
Execution status display
Error messages .

3. 2 Linker ........................... .

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3.2.1 Input file


3.2.2 Output file .
3.2.3 Starting method
3.2.4 Execution status display
3.2.5 Error warning messages
3.3 Output to floppy cassette
3.3.1 Input file
3.3.2 Output file
3.3.3 Starting method ....
3.4 Limitations on Knowledge Base Preparation

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4. INFERENCE METHOD OF TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDANCE

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5. SYNTAX OF KNOWLEDGE BASE ......


5.1 File .
5.2 Module
5.2.1 Module name
5.2.2 Module attribute
5.2.3 Comment statement
5.3 Constant Definition Part
5.4 Title Defining Area
5.4.1 Title definition
5.4.2 Graphic definition
5.5 Goal Part ........
5.5.1 Guide definition

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5o6 Event Part


5o6o1 CNC status function oooooooooooooo
5o 7 Rule Part oooooo ooooo ooooooo oo.
5o7o1 Logical expression
5o7o2 Logical term
5o7o3 Term
5o7o4 Operation expression
5o8 Description of Basic Elements
5o8o1 Name
5o8o2 Decimal number
5o8o3 Hexadecimal number
5o8o4 Character string

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6o FUNCTION
6o1 CNC Status Functions .............................
6ol.1 List of CNC status functions
6ol. 2 Details of CNC status function
6ol. 3 Test mode
6o2 Graphic
6o2o1 Control codes for graphic display
6o2o2 GRAPH functions
6o2o3 Graphic initial value ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

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6. 2. 4 GCOM function ............................................ .

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7o1 Load and Delete


7o2 Next Step and Previous Step
7o3 Selection and input
7o4 Value Indefinite
7o5 End .....................
7o6 Description of Error Codes
7o6o1 Errors detected by the CNC status function ooooo
7o6o2 Errors detected in graphic processing oooooooooo
7o6o3 Errors detected by the inference engine during inference ooooo
7o6o4 Errors detected by the user file ............................. .

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So APPENDIX ..................................
8o1 Syntax Diagram
8o2 Knowledge Base Example 1 "Diagnosis of Automatic Operation"
8o3 Knowledge Base Example 2 "Diagnosis of Manual Operation"

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7. OPERATION .............

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Revision Record
Series 15 OPERATOR'S MANUAL (Supplement for Trouble Diagnosis Guidance) (B-61214E-1)

1988. 7

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No part of this manual may be


reproduced in any form.
All specifications and designs
are subject to change without
notice.

GE Fanuc Automation
North America, Inc.
P.O. Box 8106
Charlottesville, VA 22906

C; FZ-6 I~ 11E-1