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|English to English translations [PRO]|
Tech/Engineering / ROBOT PROGRAMMING
|English term or phrase: PCP|
|A 40510:Security warning|
The move instruction can't restart
due to security problem.
Try to move the PCP
RAPID Power Fail
Power Fail during load identification results in faulty load result. %.40s Check:
Restart the program execution again with same run mode (without PCP move) for load identification from beginnig. Recovery: %.16s
40594 :ParId user error
Error resulting in raise of PCP to
the beginning of the parameter
Start the identification procedure
from beginning again.
40596 :RAPID Program Stop
Any type of program stop during
load identification is not allowed.
Restart the program execution
again for load identification from
(From old PCP pos and with same
run mode if try to move PCP
within program list.)
Unable to access the I/O signal %.16sunit%.16s. Impossible to restart. Check:
The connection with the I/O module is broken. Reestablish the connection with the I/O unit. To make it possible to restart the program move PCP to a safe restart position.
40752: Argument error
Task %. 16s:
Some load session with StartLoad -WaitLoad has not been finished. %.40s .. Check:
Finish the load session with Wait-Load, cancel it with CancelLoad or set PCP to main. Recovery: %.16s
Hard to say, if it is "primary control program" or a variation of "program pointer" (which was mentioned in the text and whose behaviour is something like PCP's one ) or anything else.
(I also thought about a "center point", by analogy with "tool center point", since the TCP was used once very close to PCP, howeverI doubt , beacause the PCP is rather software than hardware term)
|English translation:some musings|
From the provided context and a bit of information from the Rapid programming manual, I have the impression that PCP is related to the nesting level (subroutine level) of the program during execution. That's based on the following:
1. 'Error resulting in raise of PCP to
the beginning of the parameter
identification procedure': this is an unnatural use of 'raise' in English, but it's interesting that in Rapid, RAISE is an instruction used to invoke the error handler of the next higher-level routine (calling routine). The person who wrote this text is presumably familiar with that and would likely use the term in the same manner.
2. '... set PCP to main': this sounds like setting PCP to point to the main routine.
3. Rapid is probably an interpreted language, and it's possible that the interpreter uses a nested execution sequence control mechanism (a pointer to the current subroutine and a pointer to the current instruction within the subroutine, for example).
At a pure guess, PCP might stand for 'program control pointer', but that's only speculation, and I can't find any support for this using Google. I'm also not a software engineer or even an (amateur) programmer, so I'm not familiar with the trade jargon.
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