Cyclic Synchronous Velocity
Note regarding USB
Because this controller is not equipped with a fieldbus, the following operating mode can only be used with a NanoJ program.
You can find further information on the programming and use of a NanoJ program in chapter Programming with NanoJ.
In this mode, the controller passes a speed preset via the fieldbus at fixed time intervals (referred to in the following as a cycle). The controller then no longer calculates any ramps, but rather only follows the presets.
In this mode, the bits of controlword 6040h have no special function.
The following bits in object 6041h (statusword) have a special function:
|8||0||The controller is not in sync with the fieldbus|
|8||1||The controller is in sync with the fieldbus|
|12||0||Controller does not follow the target; the preset of 60FFh (Target Velocity) is ignored|
|12||1||Controller follows the target; object 60FFh (Target Velocity) is used as the input for position control.|
The following objects are necessary for controlling this mode:
- 60FFh (Target Velocity): This object must be written cyclically with the speed set value.
- 6085h (Quick-Stop Deceleration): This object contains the braking deceleration for the case that a quick-stop is triggered (see "CiA 402 Power State Machine").
- 605Ah (Quick-Stop Option Code): This object contains the option that is to be executed in the event of a quick-stop (see "CiA 402 Power State Machine").
- 6080h (Max Motor Speed): Maximum speed
- 60C2h:01h (Interpolation Time Period): This object specifies the time of a cycle; a new set value must be written in 60FFh in these time intervals.
The following applies here: cycle time = value of 60C2h:01h * 10value of 60C2:02 seconds.
- 60C2h:02h (Interpolation Time Index): This object specifies the time basis of the cycles. Currently, only value 60C2h:02h=-3 is supported; this yields a time basis of 1 millisecond.
The following objects can be read in this mode: