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cwontrop's picture
1 week 4 days ago

The following video details how to get started with the KAS IDE (Integrated Development Environment) that is used to create PxMM controller application software. It includes:

  • Open and use a Getting Started Template Project  
  • Overview of the sections in a project
  • Review of the code in the template project
  • Compiling a project
  • Downloading and running a project on the KAS Simulator
  • Setting up an EtherCAT Network with servo drives and remote I/O.
  • Downloading and running a project with actual hardware (2 servo axes and remote I/O)'s picture
2 weeks 5 days ago
It's not listed in the manual but all KCM modules have the necessary fusing built in.  Not field replaceable because, if the fuse is blown, the unit will need to be repaired.
cwontrop's picture
2 weeks 6 days ago

This video introduces the KAS IDE, ST (Structured Text) Editor

Covered in the Video:

  • Syntax
  • Compile, run, and animation
  • Comments
  • Using Function and Function Blocks
  • Conditional Statements
  • Shortcut keys
  • (Reference to) Debugging
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Ron Van Bruwaene
3 weeks 2 days ago

Below is a sample of a new project that has been opened in KAS/Win10. Some descriptions are cut off.


One solution:

  • “Pin” the Kollmorgen IDE to the start menu
  • Used a right mouse click over the IDE icon, then left mouse click on Properties as shown below