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    Hi can anyone please help
    I am having trouble with rs232 comm, I can send from the CNC to PC no problem
    But everytime I send from the PC to CNC I get Alarm number 5229 INPUT FILE NAME NOT THE SAME
    Even if I download a file change one character in the header and try to send back to the CNC I get the same alarm

    The start of my program is as below

    $TEST.MIN%
    G13
    T0404
    G97 S1000 M03

    Please any assistance will be appreciated

    Graham

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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP 7000L

    You may have your parameter set so that file names are not read. Try changing the name to A.MIN to see if it reads in ok.

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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP 7000L

    Hi
    Thanks for your reply, but still getting 5229 INPUT FILE NAME NOT SAME
    Thanks
    Regards
    Graham



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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP 7000L

    What are you typing on the command line when attempting to read?

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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP 7000L

    I don't believe I have seen this error, but I don't transfer to OSP7000L, only OSP5000L or OSP5020L. That said I am just using a terminal program(terra term) to do my transfers. I have found that I have to receive a file in ASCII format but have to send the file in BINARY format. I don't know why that makes a difference but it does.

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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP 7000L

    Hi
    I do the following
    PIP - READ
    Then I type in "filename".MIN
    Then I press WRITE

    My file header is as follows:
    $"filename".MIN%

    Thanks for your assistance
    Regards
    Graham



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    Quote Originally Posted by graham1964ferreira View Post
    Hi
    I do the following
    PIP - READ
    Then I type in "filename".MIN
    Then I press WRITE

    My file header is as follows:
    $"filename".MIN%

    Thanks for your assistance
    Regards
    Graham
    place a comma BEFORE the filename....
    this is essentially causing it to rename it

    ok.sorry Wiz.. should give examples
    PIP READ ,WRITE makes incoming prog be named A.MIN
    PIP READ ,ABC123 WRITE forces prog to have a new name
    (.MIN is set as default extension & is not required)

    Last edited by Superman; 12-01-2018 at 08:10 AM.


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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP 7000L

    Try PIP - READ - WRITE. The name is already in your header.

    Using the comma before the file name will rename it as Superman says.

    PIP - READ - oldfilename,newfilename - WRITE

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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP 7000L

    Hi Guys
    Thanks using the comma worked
    Now I have a different alarm when trying to read in the file
    5238 RS232C device not ready
    Any solutions will be greatly appreciated.

    Regards
    Graham



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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP 7000L

    More info....
    At the PC, is there any echo that data is actually passing through to the control ? ....... % at the end of file to inform control to close the file, & to terminate transmission

    Are you reading in the SAME file that was punched out .... no editing ?

    What transfer software are you using ?



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    Default Re: OKUMA OSP 7000L

    Not ready means exactly that. There is not a READY signal. Either 4-5 need to be jumpered or else connected and being used by parameter setting to turn on ready signal. Usually they are jumpered and XON/XOFF is used ( software handshaking)

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