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How to Configure a Motion Task using Modbus 64-bit Parameters to 32- bit Mapping

How to Configure a Motion Task using Modbus 64-bit Parameters to 32- bit Mapping

MT.NUM 0              Modbus   Address (548)       MT.NUM command sets the Motion Task number being configured.

MT.LOAD               Modbus   Address (542)       MT.LOAD command reloads the motion task parameters from the drive.

MT.ACC 1000         Modbus   Address (2056)       MT.ACC command sets the acceleration to 1000 in the user units being used

MT.DEC 1000         Modbus   Address (2058)       MT.DEC command sets the deceleration to 1000 in the user units being used

MT.V    100            Modbus   Address (566)       MT.V command sets the Velocity to 100 in the user units being used

MT.P   65535           Modbus   Address (2060)        MT.P command sets the moves position to 65536 in the user units being used

MT.CNTL 1            Modbus   Address (532)        Motion Task Control Word is configuring the Motion Task as a relative move.

MT.SET                 Modbus   Address (554)        MT.SET command sets the Motion Task in the AKD drive

 

 One Parameter or Multiple Motion Task Parameters Can be Configured using Modbus

MT.NUM 0            Modbus   Address (548)         MT.NUM command sets the Motion Task number being configured.

MT.LOAD             Modbus   Address (542)         MT.LOAD command reloads the motion task parameters from the drive.

MT.V    500          Modbus   Address (566)         MT.V command sets the Velocity to 500 in the user units being used

MT.SET               Modbus   Address (554)          MT.SET command sets the Motion Task in the AKD drive 

             

How to Start the  Motion Task:

MT.MOVE  0           MT.MOVE 0 -> Start motion task number 0 MT.MOVE starts a motion task.

This command needs one argument in order to start a motion task. The drive must be homed; otherwise the motion task will not start (see also HOME commands).