Directs the termination of reception of the unsolicited messaging.
When the CNC parameter No.905#4 is "1", this function can be executed from other PC in which the CNC unsolicited messaging server is active.
This function is available only for Series 16i/18i/21i, 0i, Series 30i/31i/32i, Power Mate i and PMi-A. This function cannot be used with Visual Basic. Please use Visual C++ for making your application.
Please refer to "Unsolicited Messaging Function" for the detail information of unsolicited messaging function.
Universal Fanuc Driver
Fanuc Focas Library CD
Arguments : Ethernet
Specify the library handle. See "Library handle" for details.
The parameter number for unsolicited messaging. Reserved argument, so must be set to "1".
EW_OK is returned on successful completion, otherwise any value except EW_OK is returned.
The major error codes are as follows.
|Return code||Meaning/Error handling|
As for the other return codes or the details, see "Return status of Data window function"
For Ethernet connection,
The Ethernet function and the extended driver/library function are necessary. However, in case of Series 16i/18i/21i-B, 0i-B/C/D/F, Series 30i and PMi-A the required CNC option is as follows. When Embedded Ethernet is used,
above two optional functions are not required.
The Ethernet function and the extended driver/library function are necessary.
However, in case of Series 16i/18i/21i-B, 0i-B/C/D/F, Series 30i and PMi-A the required CNC option is as follows.
When Embedded Ethernet is used,
When Ethernet board is used,
- only Ethernet function is required.
This function is not related to CNC parameter.
This function is related to the following CNC parameter.
See the manual of FAST Ethernet for details.
No.904#4=1 : (must be set)
No.905#4 : (influenced by setting)
No.14880#4=1 : Unsilocited messaging function(must be set)
No.14880#5 : (influenced by setting)
This function can be used in any CNC mode.
|P (Punch press)||-|
|Power Mate i-D|
|Power Mate i-H|
|Power Motion i-A||E|
|"O"||:||Both Ethernet and HSSB|
|"X"||:||Cannot be used|
Note) 0i-C does not support the HSSB function.