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Channel %1 block %2 curve table %3: NC memory limit DRAM reached type %4.

%1 = Channel number %2 = Block number, label %3 = Number of curve table %4 = Object type

Insufficient memory in the DRAM while defining the curve table.

The object type parameter specifies for which curve table object the memory will not suffice:

1: Number of curve tables too small (MD $MN_MM_NUM_CURVE_TABS_DRAM)

2: Number of linear curve table segments too small (MD $MN_MM_NUM_CURVE_SEG_LIN_DRAM)

3: Number of polynomial curve table segments too small (MD $MN_MM_NUM_CURVE_SEGMENTS_DRAM)

4: Number of curve table polynomials too small (MD $MN_MM_NUM_CURVE_POLYNOMS_DRAM)

-    Interpreter stop

-    NC Start disable in this channel.

-    Interface signals are set.

-    Alarm display.

Delete the curve tables that are no longer required in DRAM or reconfigure the memory space for the curve tables. The curve table must then be redefined. Machine data for memory configuration of the curve tables in DRAM:

MN_MM_NUM_CURVE_TABS_DRAM, MN_MM_NUM_CURVE_SEGMENTS_DRAM,

MN_MM_NUM_CURVE_SEG_LIN_DRAM,

MN_MM_NUM_CURVE_POLYNOMS_DRAM.

Clear alarm with the RESET key. Restart part program


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