Kollmorgen AKD CANopen Communications Manual EN Rev L FW 1.11

Kollmorgen AKD CANopen Communications Manual EN Rev L FW 1.11
AKD®
CAN-BUS Communication
Edition: L, December 2013
Valid from firmware version 1.11
Part Number 903-200004-00
Original Documentation
Keep all manuals as a product component during the life span of the product.
Pass all manuals to future users and owners of the product.
Record of Document Revisions
Revision
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Remarks
Table with lifecycle information of this document see "Record of Document Revisions" (➜ p.
171)
J, 05/2013
Objects 2000,2002,60B1,60B2 added, Object dictionary, formatting acc. to 82079
K, 09/2013
Scaling 60FFh, object dictionary updated
L, 12/2013
Error codes extended, object dictionary updated
Trademarks
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AKD is a registered trademark of Kollmorgen Corporation
EnDat is a registered trademark of Dr. Johannes Heidenhain GmbH
EtherCAT is a registered trademark and patented technology, licensed by Beckhoff Automation GmbH
Ethernet/IP is a registered trademark of ODVA, Inc.
Ethernet/IP Communication Stack: copyright (c) 2009, Rockwell Automation
sercos® is a registered trademark of sercos® international e.V.
HIPERFACE is a registered trademark of Max Stegmann GmbH
PROFINET is a registered trademark of PROFIBUS and PROFINET International (PI)
SIMATIC is a registered trademark of SIEMENS AG
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation
Current patents
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US Patent 5,162,798 (used in control card R/D)
US Patent 5,646,496 (used in control card R/D and 1 Vp-p feedback interface)
US Patent 6,118,241 (used in control card simple dynamic braking)
US Patent 8,154,228 (Dynamic Braking For Electric Motors)
US Patent 8,214,063 (Auto-tune of a Control System Based on Frequency Response)
Technical changes which improve the performance of the device may be made without prior notice!
Printed in the United States of America
This document is the intellectual property of Kollmorgen. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced in any form (by photocopying, microfilm or any other method) or stored, processed, copied or distributed
by electronic means without the written permission of Kollmorgen.
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1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents
2 General
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2.1 About this Manual
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2.2 Symbols Used
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2.3 Abbreviations used
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3 Safety
3.1 You should pay attention to this
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3.2 Use As Directed
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3.3 Prohibited Use
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4 Installation and Setup
4.1 Important instructions
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4.2 CAN-Bus Interface (X12/X13)
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4.2.1 CAN-Bus activation with AKD-CC models
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4.2.2 Baudrate for CAN-Bus
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4.2.3 Node Address for CAN-Bus
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4.2.4 CAN-Bus Termination
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4.2.5 CAN-Bus Cable
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4.2.5.1 CAN-Bus Wiring
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4.3 Guide to Setup
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5 CANopen Basics
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5.1 Basic Features implemented by CANopen
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5.1.1 Setup and general functions:
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5.1.2 Positioning functions:
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5.1.3 Data transfer functions:
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5.2 Transmission Rate and Procedure
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5.3 Response to BUSOFF Communication Faults
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5.4 Important Configuration Parameters
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6 CANopen Communication Profile
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6.1 General Description of CAN
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6.2 Construction of the Communication Object Identifier
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6.3 Definition of the Used Data Types
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6.3.1 Basic data types
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6.3.1.1 Unsigned Integer
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6.3.1.2 Signed Integer
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6.3.2 Mixed data types
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6.3.3 Extended data types
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6.3.3.1 Octet String
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6.3.3.2 Visible String
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6.4 Communication Objects
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6.4.1 Network Management Objects (NMT)
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6.4.2 Synchronization Object (SYNC)
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6.4.3 Time-Stamp Object (TIME)
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6.4.4 Emergency Object (EMCY)
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6.4.4.1 Application of the Emergency Object
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6.4.4.2 Composition of the Emergency Object
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6.4.5 Service Data Objects (SDO)
6.4.5.1 Composition of the Service Data Object
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6.4.5.2 Initiate SDO Download Protocol
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6.4.5.3 Download SDO Segment Protocol
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6.4.5.4 Initiate SDO Upload Protocol
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6.4.5.5 Upload SDO Segment Protocol
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6.4.5.6 Abort SDO Protocol
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6.4.6 Process Data Object (PDO)
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6.4.6.1 Transmission modes
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6.4.6.2 Trigger modes
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6.4.7 Nodeguard
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6.4.8 Heartbeat
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7 CANopen Drive Profile
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7.1 CANopen Emergency Messages and Error Codes
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7.2 General Definitions
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7.2.1 General objects
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7.2.1.1 Object 1000h: Device Type (DS301)
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7.2.1.2 Object 1001h: Error register (DS301)
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7.2.1.3 Object 1002h: Manufacturer Status Register (DS301)
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7.2.1.4 Object 1003h: Predefined Error Field (DS301)
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7.2.1.5 Object 1005h: COB-ID of the SYNC Message (DS301)
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7.2.1.6 Object 1006h: Communication Cycle Period (DS301)
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7.2.1.7 Object 1008h: Manufacturer Device Name (DS301)
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7.2.1.8 Object 1009h: Manufacturer Hardware Version
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7.2.1.9 Object 100Ah: Manufacturer Software Version (DS301)
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7.2.1.10 Object 100Ch: Guard Time (DS301)Response monitoring
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7.2.1.11 Object 100Dh: Lifetime Factor (DS301)
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7.2.1.12 Object 1010h: Store Parameters (DS301)
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7.2.1.13 Object 1011h: Restore Default Parameters DS301
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7.2.1.14 Object 1014h: COB-ID for Emergency Message (DS301)
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7.2.1.15 Object 1016h: Consumer Heartbeat Time
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7.2.1.16 Object 1017h: Producer Heartbeat Time
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7.2.1.17 Object 1018h: Identity Object (DS301)
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7.2.1.18 Object 1026h: OS Prompt
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7.2.2 Manufacturer specific objects
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7.2.2.1 Object 2000h: System Warnings
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7.2.2.2 Object 2001h: System Faults
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7.2.2.3 Object 2002h: Manufacturer status bytes
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7.2.2.4 Object 2014-2017h: 1st-4th Mask 1 to 4 for Transmit-PDO
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7.2.2.5 Object 2018h: Firmware Version
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7.2.2.6 Object 2026h: ASCII Channel
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7.2.2.7 Object 20A0h: Latch position 1, positive edge
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7.2.2.8 Object 20A1h: Latch position 1, negative edge
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7.2.2.9 Object 20A2h: Latch position 2, positive edge
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7.2.2.10 Object 20A3h: Latch position 2, negative edge
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7.2.2.11 Object 20A4h: Latch Control Register
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7.2.2.12 Object 20A5h: Latch Status Register
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7.2.2.13 Object 20A6h: Latch position 1, positive or negative edge
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7.2.2.14 Object 20A7h: Latch position 2, positive or negative edge
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7.2.2.15 Object 20B8h: Reset of changed input information
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7.2.2.16 Object 345Ah: Brake Control
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7.2.2.17 Object 3474h: Parameters for digital inputs
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7.2.2.18 Object 3475h: Parameters for digital outputs
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7.2.2.19 Object 3496h: Fieldbus synchronization parameters
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7.2.3 Profile specific objects
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7.2.3.1 Object 60B8h: Touch probe function
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7.2.3.2 Object 60B9h: Touch probe status
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7.2.3.3 Object 60BAh: Touch probe 1 positive edge
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7.2.3.4 Object 60BBh: Touch probe 1 negative edge
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7.2.3.5 Object 60BCh: Touch probe 2 positive edge
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7.2.3.6 Object 60BDh: Touch probe 2 negative edge
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7.2.3.7 Object 60D0h: Touch probe source
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7.2.3.8 Object 60FDh: Digital inputs (DS402)
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7.2.3.9 Object 60FEh: Digital outputs (DS402)
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7.2.3.10 Object 6502h: Supported drive modes (DS402)
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7.3 PDO Configuration
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7.3.1 Receive PDOs (RXPDO)
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7.3.1.1 Objects 1400-1403h: 1st - 4th RXPDO communication parameter (DS301)
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7.3.1.2 Objects 1600-1603h: 1st - 4th RXPDO mapping parameter (DS301)
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7.3.1.3 Default RXPDO definition
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7.3.2 Transmit PDOs (TXPDO)
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7.3.2.1 Objects 1800-1803h: 1st - 4th TXPDO communication parameter (DS301)
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7.3.2.2 Objects 1A00-1A03h: 1st - 4th TXPDO mapping parameter (DS301)
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7.3.2.3 Default TXPDO definition
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7.4 Device Control (dc)
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7.4.1 Status Machine (DS402)
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7.4.1.1 States of the Status Machine
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7.4.1.2 Transitions of the status machine
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7.4.2 Object Description
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7.4.2.1 Object 6040h: Control word (DS402)
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7.4.2.2 Object 6041h: Status word (DS402)
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7.4.2.3 Object 6060h: Modes of Operation (DS402)
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7.4.2.4 Object 6061h: Modes of Operation Display (DS402)
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7.5 Factor Groups (fg) (DS402)
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7.5.1 General Information
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7.5.1.1 Factors
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7.5.1.2 Relationship between Physical and Internal Units
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7.5.2 Objects for velocity scaling
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7.5.2.1 Object 204Ch: PV Scaling Factor
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7.5.3 Objects for position calculation
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7.5.3.1 Object 608Fh: Position encoder resolution (DS402)
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7.5.3.2 Object 6091h: Gear Ratio (DS402)
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7.5.3.3 Object 6092h: Feed constant (DS402)
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7.6 Profile Velocity Mode (pv) (DS402)
7.6.1 General Information
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7.6.1.1 Objects that are defined in this section
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7.6.1.2 Objects that are defined in other sections
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7.6.2 Object description
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7.6.2.1 Object 606Ch: Velocity actual value (DS402)
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7.6.2.2 Object 60FFh: Target velocity (DS402)
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7.7 Profile Torque Mode (tq) (DS402)
7.7.1 General Information
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7.7.1.1 Objects that are defined in this section
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7.7.1.2 Objects that are defined in other sections
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7.7.2 Object description
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7.7.2.1 Object 2071h: Target Current
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7.7.2.2 Object 2077h: Current Actual Value
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7.7.2.3 Object 6071h: Target torque (DS402)
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7.7.2.4 Object 6073h: Max current (DS402)
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7.7.2.5 Object 6077h: Torque actual value (DS402)
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7.8 Position Control Function (pc) (DS402)
7.8.1 General Information
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7.8.1.1 Objects that are defined in this section
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7.8.1.2 Objects that are defined in other sections
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7.8.2 Object Description
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7.8.2.1 Object 6063h: position actual value* (DS402)
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7.8.2.2 Object 6064h: position actual value (DS402)
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7.8.2.3 Object 6065h: Following error window
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7.8.2.4 Object 60F4h: Following error actual value (DS402)
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7.9 Interpolated Position Mode (ip) (DS402)
7.9.1 General information
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7.9.1.1 Objects defined in this section
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7.9.1.2 Objects defined in other sections
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7.9.2 Object description
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7.9.2.1 Object 60C0h: Interpolation sub mode select
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7.9.2.2 Object 60C1h: Interpolation data record
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7.9.2.3 Object 60C2h: Interpolation time period
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7.9.2.4 Object 60C4h: Interpolation data configuration
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7.10 Homing Mode (hm) (DS402)
7.10.1 General information
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7.10.1.1 Objects that are defined in this section
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7.10.1.2 Objects that are defined in other sections
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7.10.2 Object Description
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7.10.2.1 Object 607Ch: Homing offset (DS402)
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7.10.2.2 Object 6098h: Homing method (DS402)
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7.10.2.3 Object 6099h: Homing speeds (DS402)
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7.10.2.4 Object 609Ah: Homing acceleration (DS402)
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7.10.2.5 Homing Mode Sequence
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7.11 Profile Position Mode (DS402)
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7.11.1 General Information
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7.11.1.1 Objects that are defined in this section
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7.11.1.2 Objects that are defined in other sections
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7.11.2 Object Description
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7.11.2.1 Object 607Ah: Target position (DS402)
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7.11.2.2 Object 607Dh: Software position limit (DS402)
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7.11.2.3 Object 6081h: Profile velocity (DS402)
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7.11.2.4 Object 6083h: Profile acceleration (DS402)
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7.11.2.5 Object 6084h: Profile deceleration (DS402)
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7.11.2.6 Functional Description
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7.11.2.7 Object 60B1h: Velocity Offset
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7.11.2.8 Object 60B2h: Torque Offset
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8 Appendix
8.1 Object Dictionary
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8.1.1 Float Scaling
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8.1.2 Communication SDOs
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8.1.3 Manufacturer specific SDOs
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8.1.4 Profile specific SDOs
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8.2 Examples
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8.2.1 Examples, setup
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8.2.1.1 Basic testing of the connection to the AKD controls
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8.2.1.2 Example: Operating the Status Machine
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8.2.1.3 Example: Jog Mode via SDO
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8.2.1.4 Example: Torque Mode via SDO
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8.2.1.5 Example: Jog Mode via PDO
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8.2.1.6 Example: Torque Mode via PDO
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8.2.1.7 Example: Homing via SDO
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8.2.1.8 Example: Using the Profile Position Mode
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8.2.1.9 Example: ASCII Communication
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8.2.1.10 Test for SYNC telegrams
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8.2.2 Examples, special applications
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8.2.2.1 Example: External Trajectory with Interpolated Position Mode
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8.2.2.2 Example: PVT Interpolation
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9 Index
10 Record of Document Revisions
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2 General
2.1 About this Manual
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2.2 Symbols Used
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2.3 Abbreviations used
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2.1 About this Manual
This manual, AKD CAN-Bus Communication, This manual describes the installation, setup,
range of functions, and software protocol for the CANopen AKD product series. All AKD
CANopen drives have built-in CANopen functionality; therefore an additional option card is
not required.
A digital version of this manual (pdf format) is available on the DVD included with your drive.
Manual updates can be downloaded from the Kollmorgen website.
Related documents for the AKD series include:
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AKD Installation ManualThis manual provides instructions for installation and drive setup.
AKD User Guide. This manual describes how to use your drive in common applications. It
also provides tips for maximizing your system performance with the AKD. The User
Guide includes the Parameter and Command Reference Guide which provides documentation for the parameters and commands used to program the AKD.
Accessories Manual. This manual provides documentation for accessories like cables
and regen resistors used with AKD. Regional versions of this manual exist.
Additional documentation:
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CAN Application (CAL) for Industrial Applications (publisher CiA e.V.)
Draft Standards 301 (from Version 4.0), 402 (publisher CiA e.V.)
CAN Specification Version 2.0 (publisher CiA e.V.)
ISO 11898 ... Controller Area Network (CAN) for high-speed communication
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2.2 Symbols Used
Warning Symbols
Symbol
Indication
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in minor or moderate
injury.
This is not a safety symbol.
Indicates situations which, if not avoided, could
result in property damage.
This is not a safety symbol.
This symbol indicates important notes.
Warning of a danger (general). The type of
danger is specified by the text next to the symbol.
Warning of danger from electricity and its
effects.
Warning of hot surfaces
Warning of suspended loads.
Drawing symbols
Symbol
Description
Signal ground
Symbol
Description
Diode
Chassis ground
Relay
Protective earth
Relay switch off delayed
Resistor
Normally open contact
Fuse
Normally closed contact
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2.3 Abbreviations used
Abbreviation Meaning
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BTB/RTO
Ready to operate (standby)
COB
Communication Object
COB-ID
Communication Object Identifier
EEPROM
Electrically erasable/programmable memory
EMC
Electromagnetic compatibility
EMCY
Emergency Objects
ISO
International Standardization Organization
km
1000 m
LED
Light-emitting diode
LSB
Low significant Byte (or Bit)
MB
Megabyte
MSB
Main significant Byte (or Bit)
NMT
Network Management Objects
NSTOP
Limit switch for negative (left) rotation
PC
Personal Computer
PDO
Process Data Object
PSTOP
Limit switch for positive (right) rotation
RAM
Volatile memory
ROD
Incremental position encoder
RXPDO
Receive PDO
SDO
Service Data Object
SYNC
Synchronization Objects
TXPDO
Transmit PDO
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3 Safety
3.1 You should pay attention to this
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3.2 Use As Directed
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3.3 Prohibited Use
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3.1 You should pay attention to this
This section helps you to recognize and avoid dangers to people and objects.
Read the documentation!
Read the available documentation before installation and commissioning. Improper handling
of the drive can cause harm to people or damage to property. The operator of systems using
the AKD must require that all personnel who work with the drive read and understand the manual before using the drive.
Install the drive as described in the Installation Manual. The wiring for the analog setpoint
input and the positioning interface, as shown in the wiring diagram in the Installation Manual,
is not required.
Check Firmware Revision!
Check the Firmware Revision of the product. This number is the link between your product
and the fieldbus manual. It must match the Firmware Revision on the manual's cover page.
Perform a risk assessment!
The manufacturer of the machine must generate a risk assessment for the machine, and take
appropriate measures to ensure that unforeseen movements cannot cause injury or damage
to any person or property. Additional requirements on specialist staff may also result from the
risk assessment.
Observe remote-controlled machine behaviour!
Electronic equipment is basically not failure-proof. The user is responsible for ensuring that,
in the event of a failure of the drive, the drive is set to a state that is safe for both machinery
and personnel, for instance with the aid of a mechanical brake.
Drives with CAN-Bus are remote-controlled machines. They can start to move at any time
without previous warning. Take appropriate measures to ensure that the operating and service personnel is aware of this danger.
Implement appropriate protective measures to ensure that any unintended start-up of the
machines cannot result in dangerous situations for personnel or machinery. Software limitswitches are not a substitute for the hardware limit-switches in the machine.
Specialist staff required!
Only properly qualified personnel are permitted to perform such tasks as setup and programming. Qualified specialist staff are persons who are familiar with the installation, setup
and programming of drives and who bring their relevant minimum qualifications to bear on
their duties:
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Installation: only by electrically qualified personnel.
Setup : only by qualified personnel with extensive knowledge of electrical engineering
and drive technology
Programming: Software developers, project-planners
The qualified personnel must know and observe ISO 12100 / IEC 60364 / IEC 60664 and
national accident prevention regulations.
Observe electrostatically sensitive components!
The drives contain electrostatically sensitive components which may be damaged by incorrect handling. Electrostatically discharge your body before touching the drive. Avoid contact
with highly insulating materials (artificial fabrics, plastic film etc.). Place the drive on a conductive surface.
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Hot surface!
Drives may have hot surfaces during operation. The heat sink can reach temperatures above
80°C. Risk of minor burns! Measure the temperature, and wait until the heat sink has cooled
down below 40 °C before touching it.
Earthing!
It is vital that you ensure that the drive is safely earthed to the PE (protective earth) busbar in
the switch cabinet. Risk of electric shock. Without low-resistance earthing no personal protection can be guaranteed and there is a risk of death from electric shock.
High voltages!
Wait at least 7 minutes after disconnecting the drive from the main supply power before
touching potentially live sections of the equipment (such as contacts) or removing any connections.
Capacitors can have dangerous voltages present up to seven minutes after switching off the
supply power. Always measure the voltage in the DC bus link and wait until the voltage is
below 60 V before handling components.
Never modify the drive!
It is not allowed to modify the drive without permission by the manufacturer. Opening the
housing causes loss of warranty.
3.2 Use As Directed
Drives are components that are built into electrical plants or machines and can only be operated as integral components of these plants or machines. The manufacturer of the machine
used with a drive must generate a risk assessment for the machine and take appropriate
measures to ensure that unforeseen movements cannot cause personnel injury or property
damage.
Please observe the chapters "Use as directed” and "Prohibited use" in the AKD Installation
Manual.
The CANopen interface serves only for the connection of the AKD to a master via the CAN
bus.
3.3 Prohibited Use
Other use than that described in chapter “Use as directed” is not intended and can lead to personnel injuries and equipment damage. The drive may not be used with a machine that does
not comply with appropriate national directives or standards. The use of the drive in the following environments is also prohibited:
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environments with corrosive and/or electrically conductive acids, alkaline solutions, oils,
vapors, dusts
ships or offshore applications
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4 Installation and Setup
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4.1 Important instructions
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4.2 CAN-Bus Interface (X12/X13)
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4.3 Guide to Setup
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4.1 Important instructions
Never undo any electrical connections to the drive while it is live. There is
a danger of electrical arcing with damage to contacts and serious personal injury.
Wait at least seven minutes after disconnecting the drive from the main
supply power before touching potentially live sections of the equipment
(e.g. contacts) or undoing any connections.
To be sure, measure the voltage in the DC Bus link and wait until it has
fallen below 60 V.
Electronic equipment is basically not failure-proof. The user is responsible for ensuring that, in the event of a failure of the drive, the drive is set
to a state that is safe for both machinery and personnel, for instance with
the aid of a mechanical brake.
Drives with CAN-Bus are remote-controlled machines. They can start to
move at any time without previous warning. Take appropriate measures
to ensure that the operating and service personnel is aware of this
danger.
Implement appropriate protective measures to ensure that any unintended start-up of the machines cannot result in dangerous situations for
personnel or machinery. Software limit-switches are not a substitute for
the hardware limit-switches in the machine.
Install the drive as described in the Installation Manual. The wiring for the analog setpoint
input and the positioning interface, as shown in the wiring diagram in the Installation Manual,
is not required.
Do not connect the Ethernet line for the PC with the set up software to the EtherCAT interface X5/X6. The set up Ethernet cable must be connected to the service interface on X11
The drive's status must be monitored by the PLC to acknowledge critical situations. Wire the
FAULT contact in series into the emergency stop circuit of the installation. The emergency
stop circuit must operate the supply contactor.
It is permissible to use the setup software to alter the settings of the drive. Any other alterations will invalidate the warranty. Because of the internal representation of the position-control parameters, the position controller can only be operated if the final limit speed of the drive
does not exceed:
rotary
linear
at sinusoidal² commutation: 7500 rpm
at sinusoidal² commutation: 4 m/s
at trapezoidal commutation: 12000 rpm. at trapezoidal commutation: 6.25 m/s
All the data on resolution, step size, positioning accuracy etc. refer to calculatory values.
Non-linearities in the mechanism (backlash, flexing, etc.) are not taken into account. If the
final limit speed of the motor must be altered, then all the parameters that were previously
entered for position control and motion blocks must be adapted.
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4.2 CAN-Bus Interface (X12/X13)
Two 6-pin RJ-25 connectors X12/X13 are used for CAN-Bus connection.
Conn. Pin Signal
X12
1 Internal Termination Resistor
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Conn. Pin Signal
X13
1 Internal Termination Resistor
X12
2
CAN Shield
X13
2
CAN Shield
X12
3
CANH in
X13
3
CANH out
X12
4
CANL in
X13
4
CANL out
X12
5
GND
X13
5
GND
X12
6
Internal Termination Resistor
X13
6
Internal Termination Resistor
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4.2.1 CAN-Bus activation with AKD-CC models
AKD-CC drive models are Drives, which support EtherCAT and CAN fieldbus types within
one common software. These CC drive models allow selecting a fieldbus support by setting
the DRV.TYPE parameter to a certain value. CC drive models are delivered with EtherCAT
set active.
To activate CANopen, the DRV.TYPE parameter must be changed
1. by software: connect the PC to the AKD and change the parameter DRV.TYPE in the
WorkBench terminal screen (see DRV.TYPE parameter documentation) or
2. by hardware: with the rotary switches S1 & S2 at the front and the button B1 on the top
side of the Drive.
The following steps are needed for changing the fieldbus type from EtherCAT to CAN with
the rotary switches.
1. Set the rotary switches on the front side of the AKD to the value of 89.
Set S1 to 8 and S2 to 9
2. Press the button B1 for about 3 seconds (starts DRV.NVSAVE).
The seven segment display shows Cn during the process of changing DRV.TYPE to
CAN.
Do not switch off the 24[V] power supply while the seven segment shows Cn!
3. Wait until the seven segment display goes back to the original state, no the drive is prepared for CAN.
4. Power cycle the drive by switching the 24 V power supply off and then on again.
The seven segment display shows Er (Error) in case that the DRV.TYPE instruction failed.
In this case please power cycle the drive and contact the Kollmorgen customer support for
further help.
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4.2.2 Baudrate for CAN-Bus The user can decide to use a fixed baud rate or an auto baud detection algorithm for the
startup behaviour of the drive. The transmission rate can be set via the parameter
FBUS.PARAM01. The parameter FBUS.PARAM01 can either be set via WorkBench or via
a special mechanism with the rotary switches in the AKD front.
Baudrate
[kBit/s]
FBUS.PARAM01
Upper rotary
switch S1
Lower rotary
switch S2
auto
0
9
0
125
125
9
1
250
250
9
2
500
500
9
3
1000
1000
9
4
In case of a fix baud rate, the drive sends the boot up message with the baud rate saved in
the drive's non volatile memory after a power cycle. In case of auto baud detection, the drive
listens for a valid CAN frame on the bus. When a valid frame is received, the drive sends the
boot up message with the measured bit time. Afterwards the baud rate can either be stored to
non volatile memory via object 1010 sub 1, or the auto baud mechanism is used always.
For reliable auto baud detection, it is recommended to use suitable cabling of the CAN-Bus
(two terminators, GND connection etc.). Spikes or other noise effects on the CAN-Bus can
disturb the measurement. The drive needs to be disabled, if auto baud is in use.
For setting the baudrate with rotary switches, follow the procedure below (drive state disabled):
1. Disable the drive. Set the rotary switches to one of the addresses 90 to 94 (see above
table).
Set S1 to 9 and S2 to either 0 or 4
2. Push the button B1 on the AKD for at least 3 seconds until the rotary switch setting is displayed on the AKD-display.
3. When the display blinks with the set rotary switch setting stop pushing B1 and wait until
the blinking stops. During that time the parameter FBUS.PARAM01 is set to the new
value and all parameters are stored to the non volatile memory. The new setting will be
taken with the next power-up of the drive.
If an error occurred, the following error messages will flash 5 times:
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E2 - Non-volatile storage of the new setting failed
E3 - Invalid rotary switch selection
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4.2.3 Node Address for CAN-Bus After changing the node address, you must turn off the 24 V auxiliary supply for the drive and
then turn it on again.
During setup, use the rotary switches on the AKD front panel to preset the station address
for communication.
The rotary switches on the front of the AKD (S1&S2) correspond to the CAN node address.
The S1&S2 switches also correspond to the IP address setting of the drive. Both CAN and
IP network address schemes have to be configured to account for this dependence if both
TCP/IP and CAN networks are running at the same time in an application. Example:
S1 (MSB) S2 (LSB) CAN address IP address
4
5
45
192.168.0.45
The IP address setting can be decoupled from the Rotary switches using settings in the
drive. Use Settings -> Fieldbus-> TCP/IP to adjust these settings.
4.2.4 CAN-Bus Termination The last bus device on both ends of the CAN-Bus system must have termination resistors.
The AKD has built-in 132 ohms resistors that can be activated by connecting pins 1 and 6.
An optional termination plug is available for AKD (P-AKD-CAN-TERM). The optional termination plug is an RJ-12 connector with an enclosed wire jumper between pins 1&6. A plug
should be inserted into the X13 connector of the last drive in the CAN network.
Remove the termination connector if the AKD is not the last CAN-Bus device and use X13
for connecting the next CAN node.
4.2.5 CAN-Bus Cable
To meet ISO 11898, a bus cable with a characteristic impedance of 120 ohms should be
used. The maximum usable cable length for reliable communication decreases with increasing transmission speed. As a guide, you can use the following values which Kollmorgen has
measured; however, these values are not assured limits:
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Cable capacitance max.: 60 nF/km
Lead loop resistance: 159.8 ohms/km
Cable length, depending on the transmission rate:
Transmission Rate (kBaud)
1,000
Maximum Cable Length (m)
10
500
70
250
115
Lower cable capacitance (max. 30 nF/km) and lower lead resistance (loop resistance, 115
ohms/1000m) make it possible to achieve greater distances.
(Characteristic impedance 150 ± 5 ohms requires terminating resistor 150 ± 5 ohms).
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4.3 Guide to Setup
Only professional personnel with extensive knowledge of control and drive technology are
allowed to setup the drive.
Drives with CAN-Bus are remote-controlled machines. They can start to
move at any time without previous warning. Take appropriate measures
to ensure that the operating and service personnel is aware of this
danger.
Implement appropriate protective measures to ensure that any unintended start-up of the machines cannot result in dangerous situations for
personnel or machinery. Software limit-switches are not a substitute for
the hardware limit-switches in the machine.
1. Check assembly/installation. Check that all the safety instructions in the product manual
for the drive and this manual have been observed and implemented. Check the setting for
the station address and baud rate.
2. Connect PC,start WorkBench. Use the setup software WorkBench to set the parameters
for the drive.
3. Setup basic functions. Start up the basic functions of the drive and optimize the current,
speed and position controllers. This section of the setup is described in the in the online
help of the setup software.
4. Save parameters. When the parameters have been optimized, save them in the drive.
5. Start up communication. The altered parameters will only become effective after a reboot
(switch off 24V and switch on again). Adjust the transmission rate of the AKD to match
the master.
6. Test communication. Check for the bootup-message, when you switch on the drive. Do
an SDO read access on index 0x1000 subindex 0 (DeviceType).
7. Setup position controller. Setup the position controller, as described in the WorkBench
online help.
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5.1 Basic Features implemented by CANopen
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5.2 Transmission Rate and Procedure
25
5.3 Response to BUSOFF Communication Faults
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5.4 Important Configuration Parameters
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5.1 Basic Features implemented by CANopen
It is assumed that the basic operating functions of the communication profile are known and
available as reference documentation. When working with the position controller that is integrated in AKD, the following functions are available:
5.1.1 Setup and general functions:
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Homing, set reference point
Provision of a digital setpoint for speed and torque control
Support of the following modes of the CANopen Profile DS402:
n Profile position mode
n Homing mode
n Profile torque mode
n Interpolated position mode
n Profile velocity mode
n Cyclic synchronous position mode
5.1.2 Positioning functions:
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Execution of a motion task from the motion block memory of the drive
Execution of a direct motion task
Absolute trajectory, ip-Mode or csp-Mode
5.1.3 Data transfer functions:
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Transmit a motion task to the drive's motion block memory. A motion task consists of
these elements:
n Position setpoint (absolute task) or path setpoint (relative task)
n Speed setpoint
n Acceleration time, braking time
n Type of motion task (absolute/relative)
n Number of a following task (with or without pause)
Read a motion task from the motion block memory of the drive
Read actual values
Read the error register (Emergency error codes)
Read the status register
Read/write control parameters
5.2 Transmission Rate and Procedure
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Bus connection and bus medium: CAN-standard ISO 11898 (CAN high-speed)
Transmission rate: max. 1Mbit/s
Possible settings for the drive: 125 (default), 250, 500 and 1000 kbit/s
The baudrate is set with the AKD - parameter FBUS.PARAM01. It gets effective by saving this parameter to NVRAM and re-starting the drive.
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5.3 Response to BUSOFF Communication Faults
The communication fault BUSOFF is directly monitored and signaled by Level 2 (CAN controller). This message may have various causes. A few examples:
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CAN nodes have different transmission rates
The bus cable is faulty
Faulty cable termination causes reflections on the cable.
A BUSOFF is only signaled by the AKD, if another CAN node is connected and at least one
object was successfully transmitted to start off with. The BUSOFF condition is signaled by
the error message 702. If the output stage is enabled at the moment when this fault occurs,
the output stage is disabled.
5.4 Important Configuration Parameters
FBUS.PARAM01
see "Transmission Rate and Procedure" on page 25
FBUS.PARAM02 0
1
FBUS.PARAM04 0
no PLL used for synchronization.
PLL used for synchronized modes, IP (7), CSP (8), generates a
warning n125, when PLL is unlocked.
arrival of SYNC-messages in cyclic-synchronized application is not
supervised.
1 arrival of SYNC-messages in cyclic-synchronized application is
supervised (after 3 missing SYNC-telegrams the fault F125 is generated).
FBUS.PARAM05 1 Faults can only be reset using DS402 control word bit 7. Bit 0 0 The reset can also be done via telnet or digital input and the DS402
state machine reflects this condition.
Bit 1 1 The state of the hardware enable does not change the state machine
state Operation Enable.
0 If the state Operation Enable or Switched on is active it falls back to
the state switched On Disabled, if the Hardware enable goes to 0.
Bit 2 1 Workbench/Telnet can not software enable the drive, when CANopen/EtherCAT are Operational.
0 Workbench/Telnet can software enable the drive.
Bit 3 1 DS402-state machine is not influenced, if the software-enable is
taken away via Telnet.
0 DS402-state machine is influenced, if the software-enable is taken
away via Telnet.
Bit 4 1 Scaling is done via special DS402 - objects (independent on units)
0 Scaling for position, velocity and acceleration objects is done via
UNIT parameters.
Bit 5
Bit 5 used in EtherCAT, reserved with CAN
Bit 6 1 Bit 0 of parameter MT.CNTL (object 35B9 sub 0) can be accessed.
0 Bit 0 of parameter MT.CNTL (object 35B9 sub 0) is exclusively used
for DS402 controlword.
Bit 7
reserved
Bit 8 1 DS402-state SWITCHED ON means power stage disabled.
0 DS402-state SWITCHED ON means power stage enabled.
Bit 9 1 SDO content of object 0x6063 is the same as PDO content.
0 SDO content of object 0x6063 depends on AKD unit parameters.
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6.1 General Description of CAN
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6.2 Construction of the Communication Object Identifier
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6.3 Definition of the Used Data Types
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6.4 Communication Objects
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6.1 General Description of CAN This chapter describes the basic services and communication objects of the CANopen communication profile DS 301, which are used in the AKD.
It is assumed that the basic operating functions of the communication profile are known, and
available as reference documentation.
The transmission method that is used here is defined in ISO 11898 (Controller Area Network
CAN for high-speed communication).
The Layer-1/2 protocol (Physical Layer/Data Link Layer) that is implemented in all CAN modules provides, amongst other things, the requirements for data.
Data transport or data request is made by means of a data telegram (Data Frame) with up to
8 bytes of user data, or by a data request telegram (Remote Frame).
Communication objects (COBs) are labeled by an 11-bit Identifier (ID) that also determines
the priority of objects.
A Layer-7 protocol (Application Layer) was developed, to decouple the application from the
communication. The service elements that are provided by the Application Layer make it possible to implement an application that is spread across the network. These service elements
are described in the CAN Application Layer (CAL) for Industrial Applications.
The communication profile CANopen and the drive profile are mounted on the CAL.
The basic structure of a communication object is shown in the following diagram:
S COB-ID
O
M
R CTRL Data Segment
T
R
SOM
COB-ID
RTR
CTRL
Data Segment
CRC
ACK
EOM
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CRC
A EOM
C
K
Start of message
Communication Object Identifier (11-bit)
Remote Transmission Request
Control Field (e.g. Data Length Code)
0 to 8byte (Data-COB)
0byte (Remote-COB)
Cyclic Redundancy Check
Acknowledge slot
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6.2 Construction of the Communication Object Identifier
The following diagram shows the layout of the COB Identifier (COB-ID). The Function Code
defines the interpretation and priority of the particular object.
10 9
8
7
6 5 4 3 2 1
Function-Code
0
Module-ID
Bit 0 .. 6
Module ID (drive's CAN-bus address, range 1 to 127; is set up in WorkBench or the drive,)
Bit 7 to 10
Function Code (number of the communication object that is defined in the server)
If an invalid station number (=0) is set, then the module will be set internally to 1.
The following tables show the default values for the COB Identifier after switching on the
drive. The objects, which are provided with an index (Communication Parameters at Index),
can have a new ID assigned after the initialization phase. The indices in brackets are
optional.
Predefined broadcast objects (send to all nodes):
Object Function code Resulting Communication
COB-IDs
parameters
(binary)
Dec. Hex.
at index
NMT
0000
0
0
—
SYNC
0001
128
80
TIME
0010
256 100
(1005)
not supported
Predefined Peer-to-Peer objects (node sends to node):
Object
EMERGENCY
Function code
(binary)
0001
Resulting
Communication Priority
COB-IDs
parameters
Dec.
Hex.
at index
129..255 81..FF
—
high
TPDO 1
0011
385..511 181..1FF
1800
RPDO 1
0100
513..639 201..27F
1400
TPDO 2
0101
641..767 281..2FF
1801
RPDO 2
0110
769..895 301..37F
1401
TPDO 3
0110
897..1023 381..3FF
1802
RPDO 3
1000
1025..1151 401..47F
1402
TPDO 4
1001
1153..1279 481..4FF
1803
RPDO 4
1010
1281..1407 501..57F
1403
SDO (tx*)
1011
1409..1535 581..5FF
SDO (rx*)
1100
1537..1663 601..67F
Nodeguard
1110
1793..1919 701..77F
(100E)
low
*tx = direction of transmission: AKD => Master
rx = direction of transmission: Master => AKD
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6.3 Definition of the Used Data Types
This chapter defines the data types that are used. Each data type can be described by bitsequences. These bit-sequences are grouped into "Octets” (bytes). The so-called "Little –
Endian” format (a.k.a. Intel format) is used for numerical data types (see also: DS301 Application Layer "General Description of Data Types and Encoding Rules”).
6.3.1 Basic data types
6.3.1.1 Unsigned Integer
Data in the basic data type UNSIGNEDn define exclusively positive integers.
The value range is from 0 to 2n-1. The bit sequence b = b0 to bn-1 defines the value
UNSIGNEDn(b) = bn-1 2n-1 + to + b1 21 + b0 20
Example: the value 266 = 10Ah is transmitted in the data type UNSIGNED16, in the form of
two octets (1st octet = 0Ah, 2nd octet = 01h).
Transmission syntax for the data type UNSIGNEDn
Octet number
1.
UNSIGNED8
b7 to b0
UNSIGNED16
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
UNSIGNED24
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
b23 to b16
UNSIGNED32
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
b23 to b16
b31 to b24
UNSIGNED40
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
b23 to b16
b31 to b24
UNSIGNED48
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
b23 to b16
b31 to b24
UNSIGNED56
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
b23 to b16
b31 to b24
UNSIGNED64
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
b23 to b16
b31 to b24
5.
6.
7.
8.
Octet number
2.
3.
4.
UNSIGNED8
UNSIGNED16
UNSIGNED24
UNSIGNED32
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UNSIGNED40
b39 to b32
UNSIGNED48
b39 to b32
b47 to b40
UNSIGNED56
b39 to b32
b47 to b40
b55 to b48
UNSIGNED64
b39 to b32
b47 to b40
b55 to b48
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6.3.1.2 Signed Integer
Data in the basic data type INTEGERn define both positive and negative integers.
The value range is from -2n-1-1 to 2n-1-1. The bit sequence b = b0 to bn-1 defines the value
INTEGERn(b) = bn-2 2n-2 + to + b1 21 + b0 20 with bn-1 = 0
Negative numbers are represented as 2’s complement, which means:
INTEGERn(b) = - INTEGERn(b) - 1 with bn-1 = 1
Example: the value -266 = FEF6h is transmitted in the data type INTEGER16, in the form of
two octets (1st octet = F6h, 2nd octet = FEh).
Transmission syntax for the data type INTEGERn
Octet number
1.
2.
3.
4.
INTEGER8
b7 to b0
INTEGER16
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
INTEGER24
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
b23 to b16
INTEGER32
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
b23 to b16
b31 to b24
INTEGER40
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
b23 to b16
b31 to b24
INTEGER48
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
b23 to b16
b31 to b24
INTEGER56
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
b23 to b16
b31 to b24
INTEGER64
b7 to b0
b15 to b8
b23 to b16
b31 to b24
Octet number
5.
6.
7.
8.
INTEGER8
INTEGER16
INTEGER24
INTEGER32
INTEGER40
b39 to b32
INTEGER48
b39 to b32
b47 to b40
INTEGER56
b39 to b32
b47 to b40
b55 to b48
INTEGER64
b39 to b32
b47 to b40
b55 to b48
b63 to b56
6.3.2 Mixed data types Mixed data types combine basic data types (INTEGERn, UNSIGNEDn, REAL). Two types
of mixed data are distinguished:
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ARRAY: This data type is composed of elements of the same data type.
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6.3.3 Extended data types
Extended data types are derived from basic data types and mixed data types. The types of
extended data that are supported are defined below.
6.3.3.1 Octet String
The data type OCTET_STRING is defined with the data type ARRAY. Length is the length of
the octet string.
ARRAY[length] OF UNSIGNED8
OCTET_STRINGlength
6.3.3.2 Visible String
The data type VISIBLE_STRING can be defined with the data type UNSIGNED8 or the data
type ARRAY. Permissible values are 00h and the range from 20h to 7Eh. The data are interpreted as 7 bit ASCII code (as per ISO 646-1973(E)). Length is the length of the visible string.
UNSIGNED8
VISIBLE_CHAR
ARRAY[length] OF VISIBLE_CHAR
VISIBLE_STRINGlength
6.4 Communication Objects
Communication objects are described with the help of service elements and protocols. Two
basic types of service elements are used.
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Confirmed services SDO
All services require faultless operation of the Data Link and Physical Layer.
AKD supports communication objects that are described in detail in the following sections:
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Synchronization Object (SYNC)
Emergency Object (EMCY)
Process Data Object (PDO)
Service Data Object (SDO)
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6.4.1 Network Management Objects (NMT)
The followind diagram describes the NMT telegram:
The drive supports the following network management functions:
cs = 129, reset node:
Causes a communication re-start. Resets all communication/mapping parameters.
cs = 130, reset communication node:
Causes a stop of PDO-communication, gives a new bootup-message
cs = 1, start remote node:
Starts the CAN node. I.e. the PDOs of the drive are enabled for operation. From this
moment, transmit-PDOs will be transmitted under event-control, and cyclical process data
operation can commence.
cs = 2, stop remote node:
Stops the CAN node, I.e. the drive no longer responds to any received PDOs or transmits
any PDOs.
6.4.2 Synchronization Object (SYNC)
The SYNC object usually is used as a periodic Broadcast Object and provides the basic
clock for the bus. SYNC has a high priority, to ensure constant time intervals. The usage of
this protocol is explained in the appendix from page . You can use the SYNC object to start
motion task of several axes simultaneously for example.
6.4.3 Time-Stamp Object (TIME)
This communication object is not supported by the AKD.
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6.4.4 Emergency Object (EMCY)
EMCY is event-triggered and generated by an internal fault/error situation. This object is
transmitted afresh for every error. Since the error codes are device-dependent, they are
described in the Chapter ""CANopen Emergency Messages and Error Codes" (➜ p. 43)".
The last 10 Emergency error codes can be read via object 1003.
6.4.4.1 Application of the Emergency Object
The reaction in the event of an error or fault depends on the error class and is therefore variable. For this reason, the reaction is described with the aid of an error status machine. The
error conditions error- free and error occurred are distinguished. Defined transitions:
Transition 0: After initialization, the error-free status is taken up if no errors are detected.
No error signal is generated in this condition.
Transition1: The AKD detects an internal error and indicates this in the first three bytes
of the emergency telegram (error code in Bytes 0,1 and error register in Byte 2).
Transition2: One error has been reset, but not all. The EMCY telegram contains error code
0000 and the error register indicates the remaining errors that are present. The manufacturespecific area is set to zero.
Transition3: A new error has occurred. The AKD remains in the error status and transmits an
EMCY Object with the corresponding error code. The new error code is entered into bytes 0
and 1.
Transition4: All errors have been reset. The EMCY telegram contains the error code 0000,
The error register does not indicate any other errors. The manufacture-specific area is set to
zero.
6.4.4.2 Composition of the Emergency Object
The Emergency Object is composed of 8 bytes, divided as follows:
Byte
0
1
Content Emergency error code
2
3
Error register (object 1001 Category
4
5
6
7
Reserved
If an Emergency Object is generated, the error condition is then signaled to the status
machine (error free/error occurred) by the generation of a second Emergency Object. Only
the first four bytes are relevant in this case (Emergency Error code , Error register, Category).
Byte 0/1 contains the Emergency Error Code (0000) and Byte 2 indicates if a possible further
error is present. If the error register contains 00, the error status is error-free. Byte 3 contains
the category. The interpretations of the error numbers (error code) and the error categories are
described in the section Emergency Messages. The error register is defined by object 1001.
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6.4.5 Service Data Objects (SDO)
SDOs are used to implement access to the Object Dictionary. The SDOs are required for parametrerization and for status polling. Access to an individual object is made with a multiplexer via the Index and Subindex of the Object Dictionary. The following communication
protocols are supported by AKD:
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Download SDO Segment Protocol
Initiate SDO Upload Protocol
Upload SDO Segment Protocol
Abort SDO Transfer Protocol
The definitions of the individual communication services and protocols can be found in
DS301.
Examples of the usage of SDOs can be found in the appendix from ➜ p. 148.
Since a SDO is a confirmed service, the system must always wait for the SDO response telegram before it is allowed to transmit a new telegram.
6.4.5.1 Composition of the Service Data Object
An SDO consists of the following components:
Byte
1
2
Content R/W
3
Index
4
5
Subindex
6
7
8
Data
1. The control byte (Byte 1):
The control byte determines whether the SDO should write or read the content of the entry in
the Object Dictionary. A description of the complete Object Dictionary for AKD➜ p. 124.
Data exchange with the AKD is governed by the CMS multiplexed domain protocols standard, as described in the CAN standard DS 202.
To read data, the control byte must be written in the manner shown below:
Bit
7
Content
6
5
ccs=2
4
3
2
1
0
X
X
X
X
X
ccs => client command specifier (ccs = 2 => initiate upload request)
X => free data
So a value of 0100 0000 (binary) or 40h must be transmitted in the control byte.
The drive sends back a corresponding response byte:
Bit
Content
7
6
scs=2
5
4
X
3
2
n
1
0
e
s
scs =>server command specifier (scs = 2 => initiate upload response)
n =>only valid for e = s = 1, if this is so, n contains the number of bytes that do not contain
data
X =>free data
If reading is successfull, the response byte always has set the bits 0 and 1 (e = s = 1).
Encoded byte length in the SDO response:
0x43 - 4 bytes
0x47 - 3 bytes
0x4B - 2 bytes
0x4F - 1 byte.
If an error occurs, scs is set to 4, the response byte is 0x80 and the error information is in
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To write data, the control byte must be written in the manner shown below:
Client
Initiate Domain Download
Byte 1
request
7
=>
6
5
ccs=1
4
2
3
X
2
n
3
4
Server
5
6
7
8
1
0 7..0 7..0 7..0 7..0 7..0 7..0 7..0 indication
e
s
m
d
=>
=> => => => => =>=> => =>=> => =>=> => =>=> => =>=> => =>
n,e and s are defined like in the reading case, m: index + Subindex, d: 4 bytes data field
The data length of an object can be taken from the object dictionary in the appendix.
The control byte should be:
0x23 for a 4-byte access
0x27 for a 3-byte access
0x2B for a 2-byte access
0x2F for a 1-byte access
Client
<= <= <= <= <= <=<= <= <=<= <= <=<= <= <=<= <= <=<= <= <=
Byte 1
confirm
<=
7
6
5
4
3
scs=3
2
2
X
1
3
4
5
6
7
Server
8
0 7..0 7..0 7..0 7..0 7..0 7..0 7..0 response
min
reserved
<=
2. Index (Bytes 2 and 3):
The Index is the main entry in the Object Dictionary, and divides the parameters into groups.
(Example: Index 1018h is the Identity Object). As for all CAN data, the Index is stored with
the bytes in reverse order.
For example: Index 6040h means Byte 2 = 40h, Byte 3 = 60h)
3. Subindex (Byte 4):
The Subindex divides the parameters within a group of parameters.
4. Data field (Bytes 5 to 8):
These components are used for the exchange of user data. In read-request telegrams to the
AKD they are set to 0. They have no content in a write confirmation from the AKD if the transfer was successful, but if the write operation was faulty they contain an error ➜ p. 43.
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6.4.5.2 Initiate SDO Download Protocol
The Initiate SDO Download protocol is used for write access to objects with up to 4 bytes of
user data (expedited transfer) or to initiate a segment transfer (normal transfer).
6.4.5.3 Download SDO Segment Protocol
The Download SDO Segment protocol is used for write access to objects with more than 4
bytes of user data (normal transfer).
6.4.5.4 Initiate SDO Upload Protocol
The SDO Upload protocol is used for read access to objects with up to 4 bytes of user data
(expedited transfer) or to initiate a segment transfer (normal transfer).
6.4.5.5 Upload SDO Segment Protocol
The Upload SDO Segment protocol is used for read access to objects with more than 4
bytes of user data (normal transfer).
6.4.5.6 Abort SDO Protocol
The Abort SDO protocol breaks off SDO transmission, and indicates the error that caused
the break in transmission through an abort code (error code). The error code is in the format of
an UNSIGNED32 value. The following table shows possible reasons for an abort SDO.
Abort Code
Description
0504 0000h
SDO timeout
0504 0001h
Command specifier invalid
0504 0002h
SDO segmented: invalid blocksize
0504 0004h
SDO segmented: invalid block CRC
0504 0005h
SDO segmented: out of memory
0601 0001h
Attempted read access to a write-only object
0601 0002h
Attempted write access to a read-only object
0602 0000h
Object does not exist in Object Dictionary
0604 0041h
Object cannot be mapped to a PDO
0604 0042h
Size and number of mapped objects exceed permissible PDO length
0604 0043h
General parameter incompatibility
0606 0000h
SDO hardware fault
0607 0010h
Data type incompatible, length of service parameter is incompatible
0609 0011h
Subindex does not exist
0609 0030h
Outside value range for the parameter (only for write access)
0609 0031h
Parameter value too high
0609 0032h
Parameter value too low
0800 0020h
Data cannot be transmitted or saved
0800 0022h
Data cannot be transmitted or saved because of device status
Abort Codes not listed above are reserved.
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6.4.6 Process Data Object (PDO)
PDOs are used for real-time data communication. PDOs can, for instance, be used to set up
controllers similar to analog drives. Instead of +/-10VDC setpoints and ROD feedback, digital speed setpoints and position feedback are attained via PDOs in this case.
Transmission is carried out unconfirmed without a protocol "overhead”. This communication
object uses the unconfirmed communication service.
PDOs are defined via the Object Dictionary for the AKD. Mapping is made during the configuration phase, with the help of SDOs. Length is defined with the mapped objects.
The definition of the PDO service and protocol can be found in DS301. Examples of the
usage of PDOs can be found in the appendix ➜ p. 148.
Basically, two types of PDOs can be distinguished, depending on the direction of transmission:
l
l
Transmit-PDOs (TPDOs) (AKD => Master)
The TPDOs transmit data from AKD to control system (for example actual value objects,
instrument status).
Receive-PDOs (RPDOs) (Master =>AKD)
The RPDOs receive data from control system to AKD (for example setpoints).
AKD supports four independent PDO channels for each direction of transmission. The channels are labeled by the channel numbers 1 to 4.
There are two parameter sets each for the configuration of each of the four possible PDOs,
and they can be set up through the corresponding SDOs:
1.Mapping parameters, to determine which data are available (mapped) in the selected PDO
and to define, which data are contained.
2.Communication parameters, that define whether the PDOs operate in synchronized mode,
or event-driven (objects 1400h to 1403h, 1800h to 1803h).
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6.4.6.1 Transmission modes
The following PDO transmission modes are distinguished:
l
l
Synchronous transmission
Asynchronous transmission
The pre-defined SYNC Object is transmitted periodically (bus clock), to synchronize the
drives. Synchronous PDOs are transmitted within a pre-defined time window immediately following the SYNC Object.
The transmission modes are set up with the aid of the PDO communication parameters.
6.4.6.2 Trigger modes
Three different trigger modes are distinguished:
l
l
l
Event driven: The transmission of the telegrams is triggered by an object-specific event.
Time driven: If event driven signals put a high strain on the bus, you can determine the
period of time after which a PDO can be transmitted again via the inhibit time (Communication parameter, Subindex 03h)
Event Timer driven: If a PDO shall be sent within a defined time interval, even if it
doesn’t change, this interval can be defined by a special SDO.
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6.4.7 Nodeguard
The Node Guarding protocol is a functional monitoring for the drive. It requires that the drive
is accessed at regular intervals by the CANopen master.
The maximum time interval that is permitted between two Nodeguard telegrams is given by
the product of the Guard Time (Object 100Ch) and the Life Time Factor (Object 100Dh). If
one of these two values is 0, then the response monitoring is de-activated.
If the drive is not accessed within the time defined by objects 100Ch and 100Dh, then fault F129 (response monitoring) appears on the drive, the drive is braked to a stop, and any other
movement is prevented.
The time sequence for node guarding is as shown below:
t = toggle Bit, changes its status with every slave telegram
s = status of the NMT slave status machine
Node guarding is carried out by the Master through RTR telegrams with the COB-ID 700h +
slave node address.
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6.4.8 Heartbeat
The Heartbeat Protocol defines an Error Control Service without need for remote frames. A
Heartbeat Producer transmits a Heartbeat message cyclically. One or more Heartbeat Consumer receive the indication. The relationship between producer and consumer is configurable via Object 1016h/1017h. The Heartbeat Consumer guards the reception of the
Heartbeat within the Heartbeat Consumer Time. If the Heartbeat is not received within the
Heartbeat Consumer Time a Heartbeat Event will be generated.
Heartbeat protocol:
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7.3 PDO Configuration
84
7.4 Device Control (dc)
92
7.5 Factor Groups (fg) (DS402)
98
7.6 Profile Velocity Mode (pv) (DS402)
103
7.7 Profile Torque Mode (tq) (DS402)
105
7.8 Position Control Function (pc) (DS402)
107
7.9 Interpolated Position Mode (ip) (DS402)
109
7.10 Homing Mode (hm) (DS402)
114
7.11 Profile Position Mode (DS402)
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7.1 CANopen Emergency Messages and Error Codes
Emergency messages are triggered by internal equipment errors. They have a high ID-priority to ensure quick access to the bus. An emergency message contains an error field with
pre-defined error/fault numbers (2 bytes), an error register (1byte), the error category (1 byte),
and additional information.
Error numbers from 0000h to 7FFFh are defined in the communication or drive profile. Error
numbers from FF00h to FFFFh have manufacturer-specific definitions.
The following table describes the various error codes:
Error
Fault/ Description
Code Warning
Code
0x0000
0
Emergency error free.
0x1080
-
General Warning.
0x1081
-
General Error.
0x3110
F523
DC Bus link over voltage FPGA.
0x3120
F247
DC Bus link voltage exceed allowed thresholds.
0x3130
F503
DC Bus link capacitor overload.
0x3180
n503
Warning: DC Bus link capacitor overload.
0x3210
F501
DC Bus link over-voltage.
0x3220
F502
DC Bus Link under-voltage.
0x3280
n502
Warning: DC Bus Link under-voltage.
0x3281
n521
Warning: Dynamic Braking I²T.
0x3282
F519
Regen short circuit.
0x3283
n501
Warning: DC Bus link over-voltage.
0x4210
F234
Excessive temperature, device (control board).
0x4310
F235
Excessive temperature, drive (heat sink).
0x4380
F236
Power temperature sensor 2 high.
0x4381
F237
Power temperature sensor 3 high.
0x4382
F535
Power board overtemperature.
0x4390
n234
Warning: Control temperature sensor 1 high.
0x4391
n235
Warning: Power temperature sensor 1 high.
0x4392
n236
Warning: Power temperature sensor 2 high.
0x4393
n237
Warning: Power temperature sensor 3 high.
0x4394
n240
Warning: Control temperature sensor 1 low.
0x4395
n241
Warning: Power temperature sensor 1 low.
0x4396
n242
Warning: Power temperature sensor 2 low.
0x4397
n243
Warning: Control temperature sensor 1 low.
0x4398
F240
Control temperature sensor 1 low.
0x4399
F241
Power temperature sensor 1 low.
0x439A
F242
Power temperature sensor 2 low.
0x439B
F243
Power temperature sensor 3 low.
0x5113
F512
5V0 under voltage.
0x5114
F505
1V2 under voltage.
0x5115
F507
2V5 under voltage.
0x5116
F509
3V3 under voltage.
0x5117
F514
+12V0 under voltage.
0x5118
F516
-12V0 under voltage.
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Error
Fault/ Description
Code Warning
Code
0x5119
F518 Analog 3V3 under voltage.
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0x5180
F504
1V2 over voltage.
0x5181
F506
2V5 over voltage.
0x5182
F508
3V3 over voltage.
0x5183
F510
5V0 over voltage.
0x5184
F513
+12V0 over voltage.
0x5185
F515
-12V0 over voltage.
0x5186
F517
Analog 3V3 over voltage.
0x5530
F105
Hardware memory, non-volatile memory stamp invalid.
0x5580
F106
Hardware memory, non-volatile memory data.
0x5590
F204
Control board EEPROM read failed.
0x5591
F205
Control board EEPROM corrupted serial num stamp.
0x5592
F206
Control board EEPROM corrupted serial num data.
0x5593
F207
Control board EEPROM corrupted parameter stamp.
0x5594
F208
Control board EEPROM corrupted parameter data.
0x5595
F219
Control board EEPROM write failed.
0x55A0
F209
Power board EEPROM read failed.
0x55A1
F210
Power board EEPROM corrupted serial num stamp.
0x55A2
F212
Power board EEPROM corrupted serial num data.
0x55A3
F213
Power board EEPROM corrupted parameter stamp.
0x55A4
F214
Power board EEPROM corrupted parameter data.
0x55A5
F230
Power board EEPROM write failed.
0x55A6
F232
Power board EEPROM invalid data.
0x55B0
F248
Option board EEPROM corrupted.
0x55B1
F249
Option board upstream checksum.
0x55B2
F250
Option board upstream checksum.
0x55B3
F251
Option board watchdog.
0x55B8
F252
Firmware and option board FPGA types are not compatible.
0x55B9
F253
Firmware and option board FPGA versions are not compatible.
0x55C0
F621
Control Board CRC fault.
0x55C1
F623
Power Board CRC fault.
0x55C2
F624
Power Board Watchdog fault.
0x55C3
F625
Power Board Communication fault.
0x55C4
F626
Power Board FPGA not configured.
0x55C5
F627
Control Board Watchdog fault.
0x55C6
n103
Warning: Resident FPGA .
0x55C7
n104
Warning: Operational FPGA .
0x6380
F532
Drive motor parameters setup incomplete.
0x7180
F301
Motor overheat.
0x7182
F305
Motor Brake open circuit.
0x7183
F306
Motor Brake short circuit.
0x7184
F307
Motor Brake applied during enable state.
0x7185
F436
EnDAT overheated.
0x7186
n301
Warning: Motor overheated.
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Error
Fault/ Description
Code Warning
Code
0x7187
F308 Voltage exceeds motor rating.
0x7188
F560
Regen near capacity, could not prevent over voltage.
0x7189
F312
Brake released when it should be applied.
0x7305
F417
Broken wire in primary feedback.
0x7380
F402
Feedback 1 Analog signal amplitudefault.
0x7381
F403
Feedback 1 EnDat communication fault.
0x7382
F404
Feedback 1 illegal hall state.
0x7383
F405
Feedback 1 BiSS watchdog.
0x7384
F406
Feedback 1 BiSS multi cycle.
0x7385
F407
Feedback 1 BiSS sensor.
0x7386
F408
Feedback 1 SFD configuration.
0x7387
F409
Feedback 1 SFD UART overrun.
0x7388
F410
Feedback 1 SFD UART frame.
0x7389
F412
Feedback 1 SFD UART parity.
0x738A
F413
Feedback 1 SFD transfer timeout.
0x738C
F415
Feedback 1 SFD mult. corrupt position.
0x738D
F416
Feedback 1 SFD Transfer incomplete.
0x738E
F418
Feedback 1 power supply fault.
0x738F
F401
Feedback 1 failed to set feedback.
0x7390
n414
Warning: SFD single corrupted position.
0x7391
F419
Encoder init procedure failed.
0x7392
F534
Failed to read motor parameters from feedback device.
0x7393
F421
SFD position sensor fault.
0x7394
F463
Tamagawa encoder: overheat.
0x7395
n451
Warning: Tamagawa encoder battery.
0x7396
n423
Warning: Non volatile memory error, multiturn overflow.
0x7398
F135
Homing is needed.
0x7399
F468
FB2.Source not set.
0x739A
F469
FB1.ENCRES is not power of two.
0x739B
F423
Non volatile memory error, multiturn overflow.
0x739C
F467
Hiperface DSL fault.
0x739D
F452
Multiturn overflow not supported with this feedback.
0x739E
F465
Excessive shock detected by feedback device.
0x73A0
F453
Tamagawa encoder: communication timeout.
0x73A1
F454
Tamagawa encoder: communication transfer incomplete.
0x73A2
F456
Tamagawa encoder: communication CRC.
0x73A3
F457
Tamagawa encoder: communication start timeout.
0x73A4
F458
Tamagawa encoder: communication UART overrun.
0x73A5
F459
Tamagawa encoder: communication UART framing.
0x73A6
F460
Tamagawa encoder: over speed.
0x73A7
F461
Tamagawa encoder: contouring error.
0x73A8
F462
Tamagawa encoder: counting overflow.
0x73A9
F464
Tamagawa encoder: multiturn error.
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Error
Fault/ Description
Code Warning
Code
0x73AA
F451 Tamagawa encoder: battery.
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0x73B0
F486
Motor velocity exceeds emulated encoder maximum speed.
0x73B8
F420
FB3 EnDat communication fault.
0x73C0
F473
Wake and Shake. Insufficient movement.
0x73C1
F475
Wake and Shake. Excessive movement.
0x73C2
F476
Wake and Shake. Fine-coarse delta too large.
0x73C3
F478
Wake and Shake. Overspeed.
0x73C4
F479
Wake and Shake. Loop angle delta too large.
0x73C5
F482
Commutation not initialized.
0x73C6
F483
Motor U phase missing.
0x73C7
F484
Motor V phase missing.
0x73C8
F485
Motor W phase missing.
0x73C9
n478
Warning: Wake and Shake. Overspeed.
0x73D0
F487
Wake and Shake. Validating positive movement failed.
0x73D1
F489
Wake and Shake. Validating negative movement failed.
0x73D2
F490
Wake and Shake. Validating commutation angle time out.
0x73D3
F491
Wake and Shake. Validating commutation angle moved too far.
0x73D4
F492
Wake and Shake. Validating commutation angle required more than
MOTOR.ICONT.
0x73D5
F493
Invalid commutation detected, motor accelerates in wrong direction.
0x8130
F129
Life Guard Error or Heartbeat Error.
0x8180
n702
Warning: Fieldbus communication lost.
0x8280
n601
Warning: Modbus data rate is too high.
0x8311
F304
Motor foldback.
0x8331
F524
Drive foldback.
0x8380
n524
Warning: Drive foldback.
0x8381
n304
Warning: Motor foldback.
0x8382
n309
Warning: Motor I²t load.
0x8383
n580
Warning: Using derivate of position when using sensorless feedback
type in position mode.
0x8384
n581
Warning: Zero velocity when using induction sensorless feedback type
in position mode.
0x8480
F302
Over speed.
0x8481
F703
Emergency timeout occurred while axis should disable.
0x8482
F480
Fieldbus command velocity too high.
0x8483
F481
Fieldbus command velocity too low.
0x8582
n107
Warning: Positive software position limit is exceeded.
0x8583
n108
Warning: Negative software position limit is exceeded.
0x8584
n704
Warning: PVT buffer overflow.
0x8585
n705
Warning: PVT buffer underflow.
0x8586
n127
Warning: Scale factor of PVT velocity command over range.
0x8611
F439
Following error (user).
0x8685
F138
Instability during autotune.
0x8686
n151
Warning: Not enough distance to move; Motion Exception.
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Error
Fault/ Description
Code Warning
Code
0x8687
n152 Warning: Not enough distance to move; Following Motion Exception.
0x8688
n153
Warning: Velocity Limit Violation, Exceeding Max Limit.
0x8689
n154
Warning: Following Motion Failed; Check Motion Parameters.
0x868A
n156
Warning: Target Position crossed due to Stop command.
0x86A0
n157
Warning: Homing Index pulse not found.
0x86A1
n158
Warning: Homing Reference Switch not found.
0x86A2
n159
Warning: Failed to set motion task parameters.
0x86A3
n160
Warning: Motion Task Activation Failed.
0x86A4
n161
Warning: Homing Procedure Failed.
0x86A5
F139
Target Position Over Short due to invalid Motion task activation.
0x86A6
n163
Warning: MT.NUM exceeds limit.
0x86A7
n164
Warning: Motion task is not initialized.
0x86A8
n165
Warning: Motion task target position is out.
0x86A9
n167
Warning: Software limit switch traversed.
0x86AA
n168
Warning: Invalid bit combination in the motion task control word.
0x86AB
n169
Warning: 1:1 profile cannot be triggered on the fly.
0x86AC
n170
Warning: Customer profile table is not initialized.
0x86AD
n171
Warning: Motion task activation is currently pending
0x86AE
n135
Warning: Homing is needed.
0x86AF
n174
Warning: Homing maximum distance exceeded
0x86B0
F438
Following error (numeric).
0x8780
F125
Fieldbus synchronization lost.
0x8781
n125
Warning: Fieldbus synchronization lost.
0x8AF0
n137
Warning: Homing and feedback mismatch.
0xFF00
F701
Fieldbus runtime.
0xFF01
F702
Fieldbus communication lost.
0xFF02
F529
Iu current offset limit exceeded.
0xFF03
F530
Iv current offset limit exceeded.
0xFF04
F521
Regen over power.
0xFF07
F525
Output over current.
0xFF08
F526
Current sensor short circuit.
0xFF09
F128
MPOLES/FPOLES not an integer.
0xFF0A
F531
Power stage fault.
0xFF0B
F602
Safe torque off.
0xFF0C
F131
Secondary feedback A/B line break.
0xFF0D
F130
Secondary feedback supply over current.
0xFF0E
F134
Secondary feedback illegal state.
0xFF0F
F245
External fault.
0xFF10
F136
Firmware and FPGA versions are not compatible.
0xFF11
F101
Firmware type mismatch.
0xFF12
n439
Warning: Following error (user).
0xFF13
n438
Warning: Following error (numeric).
0xFF14
n102
Warning: Operational FPGA is not a default FPGA.
0xFF15
n101
Warning: The FPGA is a laboratory FPGA.
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Error
Fault/ Description
Code Warning
Code
0xFF16
n602 Warning: Safe torque off.
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0xFF17
F132
Secondary feedback Z line break.
0xFF18
n603
Warning: OPMODE incompatible with CMDSOURCE.
0xFF19
n604
Warning: EMUEMODE incompatible with DRV.HANDWHEELSRC.
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7.2 General Definitions
This chapter describes objects with a general validity (e.g. Object 1000h Device Type). The
next section explains the free configuration of Process Data Objects ("free mapping”).
7.2.1 General objects
7.2.1.1 Object 1000h: Device Type (DS301)
This object describes the device type (servo drive) and device functionality (DS402 drive profile). Definition:
MSB
LSB
Additional information
Mode bits
31
Device profile number
Type
24 23
402d=192h
16 15
0
The device profile number is DS402, the type is 2 for drives, the mode bits 28 to 31 are manufacturer specific and may be changed from its actual value of 0. A read access delivers
0x00020192 at the moment.
Index
1000h
Name
device type
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
no
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7.2.1.2 Object 1001h: Error register (DS301)
This object is an error register for the device. The device can map internal errors into this
byte. It is a part of an Emergency object.
Index
1001h
Name
Error register
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED8
Default value
no
Error reasons to be signaled:If a bit is set to 1 the specified error has occurred. The generic
error is signaled at any error situation.
Bit Description
50
Bit Description
0 generic error
4 communication error (overrun, error state)
1 current
5 device profile specific
2 voltage
6 reserved (always 0)
3 temperature
7 manufacturer specific
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7.2.1.3 Object 1002h: Manufacturer Status Register (DS301)
The manufacturer status register contains important drive informations.
Index
1002h
Name
Manufacturer Status Register
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
no
The following table shows the bit assignment for the status register:
Bit Description
Bit Description
0 1 = Movement (positioning, homing) active 16 1 = Homing move active
1 reference position set
17 reserved
2 1 = reference switch high (home-position)
18 reserved
3 1 = In Position
19 1 = Emergency stop active
4 reserved
20 reserved
5 reserved
21 reserved
6 reserved
22 reserved
7 Active Disabel activated
23 1 = Homing move finished
8 Warning active
24 Power stage deactivating
9 1 = target velocity reached (pp- or pv-Mode) 25 1 = digital input 1 set
10 reserved
26 1 = digital input 2 set
11 1 = Homing error
27 1 = digital input 3 set
12 reserved
28 1 = digital input 4 set
13 1 = Safe Torque Off selected
29 1 = digital input hardware enable set
14 1 = Power stage enabled
30 1 = Wake and Shake action is required
15 1 = Error state
31 Braking, 1 = set points not accepted
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7.2.1.4 Object 1003h: Predefined Error Field (DS301)
The object 1003h provides an error history with a maximum size of 10 entries.
Subindex 0 contains the number of errors which have occured since the last reset of the error
history, either by startup of the drive or resetting the error history by writing 0 to subindex 0.
A new Emergency-message is written into subindex 1 shifting the old entries one subindex
higher. The old content of subindex 8 is lost.
The UNSIGNED32-information written to the subindizes is defined in the field Error Code in
the description of the Emergency Messages (➜ p. 43).
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Index
1003h
Name
pre-defined Error Field
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
Number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
0 to 10
Default value
0
Subindex
1 to 10
Description
Standard error field (➜ p. 43)
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
no
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7.2.1.5 Object 1005h: COB-ID of the SYNC Message (DS301)
This object defines the COB-Id of the synchronisation object (SYNC).
Index
1005h
Name
COB-ID for the SYNC message
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
conditional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
0x80
Bit coded information:
Bit
Value Meaning
31 (MSB)
X
—
30
0
Device not generate SYNC message
1
Device generates SYNC message
0
11 Bit ID (CAN 2.0A)
1
29 Bit ID (CAN 2.0B)
28 to 11
X
—
0
if Bit 29=0
10 to 0 (LSB)
X
Bit 0 to 10 of SYNC COB-ID
29
The device does not support the generation of SYNC-messages and only the 11-bit IDs. So
the bits 11 to 30 are always 0.
7.2.1.6 Object 1006h: Communication Cycle Period (DS301)
This object can be used to define the period (in µs) for the transmission of the SYNC telegram.
Index
1006h
Name
Period of the communication cycle
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
O
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
00h
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7.2.1.7 Object 1008h: Manufacturer Device Name (DS301)
The device name consists of four ASCII characters in the form Yzzz, whereby Y stands for
the mains voltage (L, M, H or U, e.g. H for High Voltage) zzz stands for the power stage current.
Index
1008h
Name
Manufacturer Device Name
Object code
VAR
Data type
Visible String
Category
Optional
Access
const
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
Default value
no
7.2.1.8 Object 1009h: Manufacturer Hardware Version
This object will be supported in the future.
Index
1009h
Name
manufacturer hardware version
Object code
VAR
Data type
Visible String
Category
Optional
Access
const
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
-
Default value
no
7.2.1.9 Object 100Ah: Manufacturer Software Version (DS301)
The object contains the manufacturer software version (here: the CANopen-part of the drive
firmware).
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Index
100Ah
Name
Manufacturer Software Version
Object code
VAR
Data type
Visible String
Category
Optional
Access
const
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
0.01 to 9.99
Default value
no
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7.2.1.10 Object 100Ch: Guard Time (DS301)Response monitoring
The arithmetical product of the Objects 100Ch Guard Time and 100Dh Lifetime Factor is the
response monitoring time. The Guard Time is given in milliseconds. The response monitoring
is activated with the first Nodeguard object. If the value of the object Guard Time is set to
zero, then the response monitoring is inactive.
Index
100Ch
Name
Guard Time
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED16
Category
conditional; mandatory, if heartbeat not supported
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED16
Default value
0
7.2.1.11 Object 100Dh: Lifetime Factor (DS301)
The product of Guard Time and Life Time Factor gives the life time for the nodeguarding protocol. If it’s 0, the protocol is not used.
Index
100Dh
Name
Lifetime Factor
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
conditional; (mandatory, if heartbeat not supported)
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED8
Default value
0
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7.2.1.12 Object 1010h: Store Parameters (DS301)
This object supports the saving of parameters to a flash EEPROM. Only the subindex 1 for
saving of all parameters, which can also be saved in the parameter files via the GUI, is supported.
Index
1010h
Name
store parameters (DRV.NVSAVE)
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Name
number of entries
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value range
1
Default value
1
Subindex
1
Name
save all parameters
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
1
Data definition:
Bit
Value Meaning
31 to 2
0
reserved (=0)
1
0
Device does not save parameters autonomously
1
Device does save parameters autonomously
0
Device does not save parameters on command
1
Device does save parameters on command
0
By read access to subindex 1 the drive provides information about its storage functionality.
This drive provides a constant value of 1 by read access, i.e. all parameters can be saved by
writing to Object 1010 sub 1. In general the drive does not save parameters autonomously
with the exception of e.g. the special treatment of the homing of multiturn absolute encoders.
Storing of parameters is only done if a special signature ("save") is written to subindex 1.
"save" is equivalent to the unsigned32 - number 65766173h.
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7.2.1.13 Object 1011h: Restore Default Parameters DS301
With this object the default values of parameters according to the communication or device
profile are restored. The AKD gives the possibility to restore all default values.
Index
1011h
Name
restore default parameters
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Name
number of entries
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value range
1
Default value
1
Subindex
1
Name
restore all default parameters (DRV.RSTVAR)
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
1 (device restores parameter)
Restoring default parameters to the RAM will be done, if a special signature ("load”) is written
to subindex 1. "load” has to be transmitted as unsigned32 - number 64616F6Ch.
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7.2.1.14 Object 1014h: COB-ID for Emergency Message (DS301)
This object defines the COB-ID of the Emergency message.
Index
1014h
Name
COB-ID emergency message
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
conditional; mandatory, if Emergency is supported
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
80h + Node - ID
7.2.1.15 Object 1016h: Consumer Heartbeat Time
The consumer heartbeat time defines the expected heartbeat cycle time (ms) and must be
higher than the corresponding producer heartbeat time configured on the device producing
this heartbeat. Monitoring starts after the reception of the first heartbeat. If the consumer
heartbeat time is 0 ms the corresponding entry is not used.
Index
1016h
Name
consumer heartbeat time
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value range
1
Default value
1
Subindex
1
Description
Consumer heartbeat time
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value range
unsigned 32
Default value
0
Definition of the entry value of Subindex 1
MSB
Value
reserved (value: 00)
Node-ID
heartbeat time
-
UNSIGNED8
UNSIGNED16
Encoded as
Bit
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7.2.1.16 Object 1017h: Producer Heartbeat Time
The producer heartbeat time defines the cycle time of the heartbeat in ms. If it’s 0, it is not
used.
Index
1017h
Name
Producer heartbeat time
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED16
Category
conditional;
mandatory, if guarding is not supported
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED16
Default value
0
7.2.1.17 Object 1018h: Identity Object (DS301)
The Identity Object contains general device information.
Index
1018h
Name
Identity Object
Object code
RECORD
Data type
Identity
Category
mandatory
Subindex
0
Description
Number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
1 to 4
Default value
4
Subindex 1 is a unique number for a device manufacturer.
Subindex
1
Description
Vendor ID
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
0x6Ah (Kollmorgen)
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Subindex 2 contains four ASCII - characters, which determine the voltage range and current
class of the device. The voltage range is one character L, M or H for low, medium and high
voltage. The next three characters are showing the continuos current of the drive.
Subindex
2
Description
Product Code
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
e.g. M006 for an MV6 drive
Default value
no
Subindex 3 consists of two revision numbers:
l
l
the major revision number in the upper word containing the CAN-version
the minor revision number is not used in the AKD. The firmware version can be retrieved
as a string via object 0x100A or as numbers voa object 0x2018 subindex 1 to 4.
E.g. a value of 0x0014 0000 means CAN-version 0.20.
Subindex
3
Description
Revision Number
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
no
Subindex 4 gives the serial number of the drive. This number contains the following information in it:
l
l
l
l
60
bits 0..14: Board serial number (production in week of year)
bits 15..20: week of production
bits 21..24: year of production - 2009
bits 25..31: ASCII-code of MFR-ID
Subindex
4
Description
Serial Number
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
no
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7.2.1.18 Object 1026h: OS Prompt
The OS prompt is used to build up an ASCII - communication channel to the drive.
Index
1026h
Name
OS Prompt
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
Number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
2
Default value
2
Subindex 1 is used to send one character to the drive.
Subindex
1
Description
StdIn
Category
mandatory
Access
W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED8
Default value
—
Subindex 2 is used to receive one character from the drive.
Subindex
2
Description
StdOut
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED8
Default value
0
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7.2.2 Manufacturer specific objects
7.2.2.1 Object 2000h: System Warnings
This object is used to show up to three actual warnings with their AKD- specific warning
number.
Index
2000h
Name
System Warnings
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
3
Default value
3
Subindex
1 to 3
Description
DRV.WARNING1 to DRV.WARNINGS3
Mode
independent
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
—
Value range
0 to 999
Default value
0
7.2.2.2 Object 2001h: System Faults
This object is used to show up to ten actual faults with their AKD- specific fault number.
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Index
2001h
Name
System Faults
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
0xA
Default value
0xA
Subindex
1 to A
Description
DRV.FAULT1 to DRV.FAULT10
Mode
independent
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
—
Value range
0 to 999
Default value
0
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7.2.2.3 Object 2002h: Manufacturer status bytes
This objects delivers the information of the manufacturer status (object 0x1002 sub 0) as four
separate, mappable, bytes.
Index
2002h
Name
Manufacturer status bytes
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
0x4
Default value
0x4
Subindex
1 to 4
Description
Manufacturer status byte 1 to Manufacturer status byte 4
Mode
independent
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Unit
—
Value range
0 to 0xFF
Default value
-
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7.2.2.4 Object 2014-2017h: 1st-4th Mask 1 to 4 for Transmit-PDO
In order to reduce the bus loading with event-triggered PDOs, masking can be used to switch
off the monitoring for individual bits in the PDO. In this way it can be arranged, for instance,
that actual position values are only signaled once per turn.
This Object masks the PDO-channels 1 to 4. If only two bytes have been defined in a PDO,
then it masks just two bytes, although 4 bytes of mask information have been transmitted.
An activated bit in the mask means that monitoring is active for the corresponding bit in the
PDO.
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Index
2014h
2015h
2016h
2017h
Name
tx_mask 1 to 4
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Subindex
1
Description
tx_mask1 to 4_low
Mode
independent
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
—
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
FFFFFFFFh
Subindex
2
Description
tx_mask1 to 4_high
Mode
independent
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
—
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
FFFFFFFFh
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7.2.2.5 Object 2018h: Firmware Version
This object gives all information regarding the firmware version.
Example: Firmware version M_01_00_01_005 would show the numbers 1, 0, 1, 5 in the subindices 1 to 4.
Index
2018h
Name
firmware version
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
UNSIGNED16
Subindex
1
Description
major version
Mode
independent
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
—
Value range
UNSIGNED16
Default value
0
Subindex
2
Description
minor version
Mode
independent
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
—
Value range
UNSIGNED16
Default value
0
Subindex
3
Description
revision
Mode
independent
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
—
Value range
UNSIGNED16
Default value
0
Subindex
4
Description
branch revision
Mode
independent
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
—
Value range
UNSIGNED16
Default value
0
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7.2.2.6 Object 2026h: ASCII Channel
This object is used to build up an ASCII - communication channel to the drive with 4-byte
ASCII-strings.
Index
2026h
Name
ASCII Channel
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
Visible String
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
Number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
2
Default value
2
Subindex 1 is used to send four ASCII-characters to the drive.
Subindex
1
Description
Command
Category
mandatory
Access
wo
PDO mapping
no
Value range
Visible String
Default value
—
Subindex 2 is used to receive four characters from the drive.
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Subindex
2
Description
Response
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
no
Value range
Visible String
Default value
-
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7.2.2.7 Object 20A0h: Latch position 1, positive edge
This object is used to output the position or a time, depending on CAP0.MODE, at which the
first positive edge occurred on a signal, which can be configured with CAP0.TRIGGER. The
latch enable must be active for that purpose(see object 20A4 and 20A5). With CAP0.MODE
= 3 the latched position of the encoder index pulse is transferred via this object.
Index
20A0h
Name
Latch position 1 positive edge CAP0.PLFB, Time capture CAP0.T
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Float scaling
var
Default value
0
7.2.2.8 Object 20A1h: Latch position 1, negative edge
This object is used to output the position or a time, depending on CAP0.MODE, at which the
first negative edge occurred on a signal, which can be configured with CAP0.TRIGGER. The
latch enable must be active for that purpose(see object 20A4 and 20A5).
Index
20A1h
Name
Latch position 1 negative edge CAP0.PLFB, Time capture CAP0.T
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Float scaling
var
Default value
0
7.2.2.9 Object 20A2h: Latch position 2, positive edge
This object is used to output the position or a time, depending on CAP1.MODE, at which the
first positive edge occurred on a signal, which can be configured with CAP1.TRIGGER. The
latch enable must be active for that purpose(see object 20A4 and 20A5).
Index
20A2h
Name
Latch position 2 positive edge CAP1.PLFB, Time capture CAP1.T
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Float scaling
var
Default value
0
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7.2.2.10 Object 20A3h: Latch position 2, negative edge
This object is used to output the position or a time, depending on CAP1.MODE, at which the
first negative edge occurred on a signal, which can be configured with CAP1.TRIGGER. The
latch enable must be active for that purpose(see object 20A4 and 20A5).
Index
20A3h
Name
Latch position 2 negative edge CAP1.PLFB, Time capture CAP1.T
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Float scaling
var
Default value
0
7.2.2.11 Object 20A4h: Latch Control Register
The latch control register is used to enable the latch monitoring of the capture engines 0 and
1. The latch is enabled with a 1 signal and disabled with a 0 signal. Whether or not a latch
event has occurred can be recognised by the latch status register (object 20A5).
Index
20A4h
Name
Latch Control Register
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED16
Category
optional
Access
rww
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
0 to 15
Default value
0
Bit
Value (bin)
Value (hex) Description
0
00000000 00000001
xx01
Enable extern latch 1 (positive rise)
1
00000000 00000010
xx02
Enable extern latch 1 (negative rise)
2
00000000 00000100
xx04
Enable extern latch 2 (positive rise)
3
00000000 00001000
xx08
Enable extern latch 2 (negative rise)
4
00000000 00010000
xx10
Enable latch of encoder index pulse
5 to 7
Reserve
8
00000001 00000000
01xx
Read external latch 1 (positive rise)
9
00000010 00000000
02xx
Read external latch 1 (negative rise)
10
00000011 00000000
03xx
Read external latch 2 (positive rise)
11
00000100 00000000
04xx
Read external latch 2 (negative rise)
12
00000101 00000000
05xx
Read latched position of encoder index pulse
13 to 15
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7.2.2.12 Object 20A5h: Latch Status Register
The latch status register is used to look for the states of the capture engines 0 and 1.
Index
20A5h
Name
Latch Status Register
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED16
Category
optional
Access
rwr
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
-
Default value
0
Bit
0
Value
Value Description
(bin)
(hex)
00000000 00000001 zz01 External latch 1 valid (positive rise)
1
00000000 00000010 zz02 External latch 1 valid (negative rise)
2
00000000 00000100 zz04 External latch 2 valid (positive rise)
3
00000000 00001000 zz08 External latch 2 valid (negative rise)
4
00000000 00010000
z10
5 to 7
Latched position of encoder index pulse valid (positive rise)
Reserve
8 to 11 00000001 00000000 z1zz Acknowledge value external latch 1 (positive rise)
00000010 00000000 z2zz Acknowledge value external latch 1 (negative rise)
00000011 00000000 z3zz Acknowledge value external latch 2 (positive rise)
00000100 00000000 z4zz Acknowledge value external latch 2 (negative rise)
00000101 00000000 z5zz Acknowledge value of latched position of encoder
index pulse (positive rise)
12 to 15 00010000 00000000 1zzz State Digital Input 4
00100000 00000000 2zzz State Digital Input 3
01000000 00000000 4zzz State Digital Input 2
10000000 00000000 8zzz State Digital Input 1
7.2.2.13 Object 20A6h: Latch position 1, positive or negative edge
This object is used to output the position or a time, depending on CAP0.MODE, at which the
first positive or negative edge occurred on a signal, that can be configured with
CAP0.TRIGGER. Latch enable must be active for that purpose (see object 20A4 and 20A5).
Index
20A6h
Name
Latch position 1 positive or negative CAP0.PLFB
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Access
ro
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Float scaling
var
Default value
0
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7.2.2.14 Object 20A7h: Latch position 2, positive or negative edge
This object is used to output the position or a time, depending on CAP1.MODE, at which the
first positive or negative edge occurred on a signal, that can be configured with
CAP1.TRIGGER. Latch enable must be active for that purpose (see object 20A4 and 20A5).
Index
20A7h
Name
Latch position 2 positive or negative CAP1.PLFB
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Access
ro
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Float scaling
var
Default value
0
7.2.2.15 Object 20B8h: Reset of changed input information
This object is used in PDOs to reset the state change information for the digital inputs shown
in the Bits 24 to 30 in the object 60FD. Bit 0 to 6 are used to reset the information of the digital
input 1 to 7.
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Index
20B8h
Name
Reset of changed input information
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED16
Category
optional
Access
rw
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
UNSIGNED16
Default value
0
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7.2.2.16 Object 345Ah: Brake Control
These objects implement the possibility to control the brake directly, overriding the drive
logic. When the brake state is controlled by the fieldbus, the drive state (enabled, disabled,
faulted) will have no effect on the brake - the fieldbus will be in control.
Applying or releasing the brake at the wrong time can be a safety hazard and can destroy your mechanic as well as drive or motor.
Unexpected behaviour might be possible. It is the responsibility of the
customer using this mode to use this function appropriately.
When fieldbus control is disabled, the drive will control the brake as defined by existing AKD
brake related parameters. As soon as fieldbus control is enabled, the Brake Command
received over the field bus will take effect. So, if the Brake Command is set to APPLY and
the current state is RELEASE, the brake will begin to apply .
The default value of the fieldbus control will be disabled, so that the drive is always in control
until the fieldbus is operational. It is recommended that this bit remain 0 except for special
operating conditions where the fieldbus will control the brake. When fieldbus communication
is lost, the drive will regain control of the brake if the fieldbus had previously taken control.
Enable Field- Serious Failur
bus Control econdition
present
0
x
Brake Com- Fieldbus Con- Controlled Final
mand
trol Status
by...
Brake
State
x
0
Drive
Drive
1*
no
0
1
Fieldbus
Applied
1*
no
1
1
Fieldbus
Released
x
yes
any
0
Drive
Drive
1* indicates that a rising edge was seen since the last time the drive applied the brake
Index
345Ah
Name
Brake Control
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
UNSIGNED16
Category
optional
Defined sub-indices
Subindex
0
Name
number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
2
Default Value
2
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Subindex
1
Name
Brake Control Command
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED16
Default Value
0
With subindex 1 the brake is controlled. Bit definition:
Bit
Name
0
Enable fieldbus
control
1
Brake Command
Description
0 - brake is not controlled via this object
1 - enable fieldbus control via this object. This function works
edge triggered, i.e. this bit has to have a 0 -> 1 transition to activate the brake control functionality. After a fault the functionality is reset and has to be activated again. The activation
can be controlled by subindex 2 bit 0.
This command bit is only active, if the functionality was activated via bit 0. The function is as follows:
0 - apply the brake
1 - release the brake
Subindex
2
Name
Brake Status Response
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED16
Default Value
0
With subindex 2 the brake status can be checked. Bit definition:
Bit
Name
0
Fieldbus control
Status
0 - brake control via 0x345A is disabled or not possible due to
drive failure.
1 - enable fieldbus control via this object. This function works
edge triggered, i.e. this bit has to have a 0 -> 1 transition to activate the brake control functionality. After a fault the functionality is reset and has to be activated again. The activation
can be controlled by subindex 2 bit 0.
1
Brake Status
0 - apply the brake
1 - release the brake
Note: When the brake is applied or released, there is a time
delay MOTOR.TBRAKEAPP or MOTOR.TBRAKEREL, after
the receipt of the command before this status bit changes. The
status is always reported: it is not affected by fieldbus control.
2
STO Status
0 - STO is not active (drive may be enabled)
1 - STO is active (drive can not be enabled)
3
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Description
HW Enable Status 0 - HW enable is disabled, drive function can not be enabled
1 - HW enable is enabled, drive function can be enabled
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7.2.2.17 Object 3474h: Parameters for digital inputs
This set of objects is used to set extended parameters for some digital input functions. The
parameters can be used for different DINx.MODEs. Therefore thescaling might be different
or no scaling is used at all.
Two subindices build an access object to one of these parameters, because they are 64-bit
numbers internally, e.g. object 3474 sub 1 gives access to the low 32 bits of DIN1.PARAM
whereas 3474 sub 8 gives access to the high 32 bits.
If access to the whole 64 bit number is needed the higher bits must be written first. The
access to the lower 32 bits then writes the parameter. If the to be written value fits into 32 bit,
only the lower part needs to be written. The most-significant bit is then taken as sign-bit for
the number.
Index
3474h
Name
DINx.PARAM
Object code
Array
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
0xE
Default value
0xE
Subindex
1 to 7
Description
DINx.PARAM low 32 bits, x = 1 .. 7
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
0
Subindex
8 to 0xE
Description
DINx.PARAM high 32 bits, x = 1 .. 7
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
0
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7.2.2.18 Object 3475h: Parameters for digital outputs
This set of objects is used to set extended parameters for some digital output functions. The
parameters can be used for different DOUTx.MODEs. Therefore the scaling might be different or no scaling is used at all.
Two subindices build an access object to one of these parameters, because they are 64-bit
numbers internally, e.g. object 3475 sub 1 gives access to the low 32 bits of
DOUT1.PARAM whereas 3475 sub 3 gives access to the high 32 bits.
If access to the whole 64 bit number is needed the higher bits must be written first. The
access to the lower 32 bits then writes the parameter. If the to be written value fits into 32 bit,
only the lower part needs to be written. The most-significant bit is then taken as sign-bit for
the number.
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Index
3475h
Name
DOUTx.PARAM
Object code
Array
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
0x4
Default value
0x4
Subindex
1 to 2
Description
DOUTx.PARAM low 32 bits, x = 1 .. 2
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
0
Subindex
3 to 4
Description
DOUTx.PARAM high 32 bits, x = 1 .. 2
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
0
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7.2.2.19 Object 3496h: Fieldbus synchronization parameters
This set of objects is used to set or read parameters for the fieldbus synchronization used in
the interpolated position mode (7) and the cyclic-modes 8 etc. The synchronization between
a fieldbus master and the AKD is similar in all the supported fieldbus systems.
The AKD internal 16[kHz] interrupt function is responsible for calling the PLL function. This
PLL function is called once per fieldbus cycle (set by object 60C2 sub 1 and 2).If the fieldbus
sample period is for example 1[ms], the PLL code is called every 16th time of the 16[kHz]
IRQ of the AKD.
Once in a fieldbus sample the SYNC-telegram must arrive, which resets a PLL counter in the
Drive. After some time the already mentioned PLL function is called and reads back the time
from that PLL counter.
Depending on the measured time the PLL function extends (in case that the measured time
is too low) or lowers (in case that the measured time is too high) the sample time of the
upcoming 16[kHz] tasks for one fieldbus sample by a selectable value (object 3496 sub 4) in
order to move the PLL function closer to the expected distance (object 3496 sub 1).
Beside the objects mentioned here the parameter FBUS.SAMPLEPERIOD is important,
which is set by object 60C2 sub 1 and 2.This setting is required in order to share the fieldbus
sample time with the slave. This information is e.g. needed for being able to call the AKD
internal PLL function once per fieldbus sample.
Index
3496h
Name
FBUS synchronization parameters
Object code
Array
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
0x4
Default value
0x4
Subindex
1
Description
FBUS.SYNCDIST
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
320000 [ns]
Sub 1 is the expected time distance in nano seconds between clearing the PLL counter and
calling the PLL function.
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Subindex
2
Description
FBUS.SYNCACT
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
320000 [ns]
Sub 2 is the actual time distance in nano seconds between clearing the PLL counter and calling the PLL function.
Subindex
3
Description
FBUS.SYNCWND
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
70000 [ns]
Sub 3 is a window, which is used in order to consider the drive as being synchronized. The
AKD is considered as synchronized in the following case:
FBUS.SYNCDIST – FBUS.SYNCWND < FBUS.SYNCACT < FBUS.SYNCDIST +
FBUS.SYNCWND
Subindex
4
Description
FBUS.COMPTIME
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
150 [ns]
Sub 4 value indicates the time, which is used for extending or lowering the sample rate of the
AKD internal 16[kHz] IRQ, which is responsible for calling the PLL function. The default sample time is 32 * 1/16[kHz] = 2[ms].
The sample time of the AKD high prior interrupt is determined by
62.5[µs] – FBUS.COMPTIME if FBUS.SYNCACT > FBUS.SYNCDIST.
The sample time of the AKD high prior interrupt is determined by
62.5[µs] + FBUS.COMPTIME if FBUS.SYNCACT < FBUS.SYNCDIST.
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7.2.3 Profile specific objects
7.2.3.1 Object 60B8h: Touch probe function
This object indicates the configured function of the touch probe.
Index
60B8h
Name
Touch probe function
Object code
Variable
Data type
UNSIGNED16
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
yes
Value range
UNSIGNED16
Default value
0
Definition of the possible functions:
Bit
Value Meaning
0
1
3, 2
0
Switch off touch probe 1
1
Enable touch probe 1
0
Trigger first event
1
Continuous
00b* Trigger with touch probe 1 input
01b
Trigger with zero impulse signal or position encoder
10b
Touch probe source as defined in object 60D0h, sub-index 01h
11b
reserved
4
0
Switch off sampling at positive edge of touch probe 1
1
Enable sampling at positive edge of touch probe 1
0
Switch off sampling at negative edge of touch probe 1
1
Enable sampling at negative edge of touch probe 1
6, 7
-
User-defined (e.g. for testing)
8
0
Switch off touch probe 2
1
Enable touch probe 2
0
Trigger first event
1
continuous
5
9
11, 10
00b
Trigger with touch probe 2 input
01b
Trigger with zero impulse signal or position encoder
10b
Touch probe source as defined in object 60D0h, sub-index 02h
11b
reserved
12
13
14, 15
0
Switch off sampling at positive edge of touch probe 2
1
Enable sampling at positive edge of touch probe 2
0
Switch off sampling at negative edge of touch probe 2
1
Enable sampling at negative edge of touch probe 2
-
User-defined (e.g. for testing)
* b = binary
If both edges are selected at the same time (bit 4=1 and bit 5=1 for probe 1 or bit 12=1 and bit
13=1 for probe 2), the first edge (positive or negative) triggers the probe function. The position, latched at this edge, is taken over for both edges (positive and negative).
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7.2.3.2 Object 60B9h: Touch probe status
This object indicates the status of the touch probe.
Index
60B9h
Name
Touch probe status
Object code
Variable
Data type
UNSIGNED16
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
yes
Value range
UNSIGNED16
Default value
0
Definition of the status:
Bit
0
0
Touch probe 1 is switched off
1
Touch probe 1 is enabled
0
Touch probe 1 no positive edge value stored
1
Touch probe 1 positive edge position stored
0
Touch probe 1 no negative edge value stored
1
Touch probe 1 negative edge position stored
3 to 5
0
reserved
6, 7
-
User-defined (e.g. for testing)
8
0
Touch probe 2 is switched off
1
Touch probe 2 is enabled
0
Touch probe 2 no positive edge value stored
1
Touch probe 2 positive edge position stored
0
Touch probe 2 no negative edge value stored
1
Touch probe2 negative edge position stored
11 to 13
0
reserved
14, 15
-
User-defined (e.g. for testing)
1
2
9
10
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Value Meaning
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7.2.3.3 Object 60BAh: Touch probe 1 positive edge
This object provides the position value of the touch probe 1 at positive edge.
Index
60BAh
Name
Touch probe 1 positive edge
Object code
Variable
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
yes
Value range
INTEGER32
Default value
no
7.2.3.4 Object 60BBh: Touch probe 1 negative edge
This object provides the position value of the touch probe 1 at negative edge.
Index
60BBh
Name
Touch probe 1 negative edge
Object code
Variable
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
yes
Value range
INTEGER32
Default value
no
7.2.3.5 Object 60BCh: Touch probe 2 positive edge
This object provides the position value of the touch probe 2 at positive edge.
Index
60BCh
Name
Touch probe 2 positive edge
Object code
Variable
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
yes
Value range
INTEGER32
Default value
no
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7.2.3.6 Object 60BDh: Touch probe 2 negative edge
This object provides the position value of the touch probe 2 at negative edge.
Index
60BDh
Name
Touch probe 2 negative edge
Object code
Variable
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
yes
Value range
INTEGER32
Default value
no
7.2.3.7 Object 60D0h: Touch probe source
This object provides the source of the touch probe function, when the dedicated bits 2/3 or
10/11 of the touch probe function (object 60B8h) are set accordingly.
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Index
60D0h
Name
Touch probe source
Object code
Array
Data type
Integer 16
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
Highest sub-index supported
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
2
Default value
2
Subindex
1
Description
Touch probe 1 source
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
-11 to -1, 1 to 5
Default value
1
Subindex
2
Description
Touch probe 2 source
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
-11 to -1, 1 to 5
Default value
1
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7.2.3.8 Object 60FDh: Digital inputs (DS402)
This index defines simple digital inputs for drives. The manufacturer bits 16 to 22 are used to
mirror the digital inputs 1 to 7. The manufacturer bits 24 to 30 are used to show the change of
the state of the digital inputs 1 to 7.
Index
60FDh
Name
digital inputs
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
0
31
16 15
manufacturer specific
MSB
4
reserved
3
2
1
0
interlock
home
switch
pos. limit
switch
neg. limit
switch
LSB
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7.2.3.9 Object 60FEh: Digital outputs (DS402)
This index defines simple digital outputs for drives. The manufacturer bits 16 and 17 are used
to mirror the digital outputs 1 and 2.
Index
60FEh
Name
digital outputs
Object code
Array
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
2
Default value
2
Subindex
1
Description
physical outputs
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
0
Subindex
2
Description
bit mask
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
0
31
manufacturer specific
MSB
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17
16
DOUT2
DOUT1
15
1
reserved
0
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7.2.3.10 Object 6502h: Supported drive modes (DS402)
A drive can support more then one and several distinct modes of operation. This object gives
an overview of the implemented operating modes in the device. This object is read only.
Index
6502h
Name
supported drive modes
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
0xE5 (csp ip hm pv pp)
31
16 15
manufacturer
specific
11
reserved
10
9
8
7
6
cstca cst csv csp ip
5
4
3
2
1
0
hm reserved tq pv vl
pp
MSB
LSB
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7.3 PDO Configuration
PDOs are used for process data communication.
There are two types of PDOs: Receive PDOs (RPDOs) and transmit PDOs (TPDOs).
The content of the PDOs is pre-defined (➜ p. 85 and ➜ p. 88). If the data content is not
appropriate for a special application the data objects in the PDOs can be remapped freely.
One data entry in the PDOs looks like this:
MSB
LSB
index (16 bit)
Subindex (8 bit)
data length in bits (8 bit)
The configuration procedure for a free mapping of a PDO looks like this (example for
TPDO1):
1. Stop possible transmission of the PDO.
COB-ID
601
Control
byte
23
Index
Low byte High byte
00
18
Subindex
01h
Data
Comment
81 01 00 C0 Switch-off COB-Id
2. Delete the actual mapping of the PDO by writing a 0 to the subindex 0 of the mapping
Object.
COB-ID
601
Control
byte
2F
Index
Low byte High byte
00
1A
Subindex
00h
Data
Comment
00 00 00 00 Delete actual mapping
3. Build the mapping with object dictionary objects ( ➜ p. 124) which are mappable, e.g.
COB-ID
601
Control
byte
23
601
23
Index
Low byte High byte
00
1A
00
1A
Subindex
01h
02h
Data
Comment
10 00 41 60 1st entry:
CANopen statusword
with 16 bits
20 00 02 10 2nd entry:
Manufacturer status
with 32 bits
4. Write the number of mapped objects to subindex 0 of the mapping Object.
COB-ID
601
Control
byte
2F
Index
Low byte High byte
00
1A
Subindex
00h
Data
Comment
02 00 00 00 Check for the right
number of entries
Mapping shall be done before the network management is switched to OPERATIONAL.
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7.3.1 Receive PDOs (RXPDO)
Four Receive PDOs can be configured in the drive:
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configuration of the communication (Objects 1400-1403h)
configuration of the PDO-contents (mapping, Objects 1600-1603h)
7.3.1.1 Objects 1400-1403h: 1st - 4th RXPDO communication parameter (DS301)
Index
1400h to 1403h for RXPDO 1 to 4
Name
receive PDO parameter
Object code
RECORD
Data type
PDO CommPar
Category
mandatory
Defined sub-indices
Subindex
0
Name
number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
2
Default Value
2
Subindex
1
Name
COB-ID used by PDO
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED32
Default Value
Index 1400h: 200h + Node-ID
Index 1401h: 300h + Node-ID
Index 1402h: 400h + Node-ID
Index 1403h: 500h + Node-ID
Subindex 1 contains the COB-Id of the PDO as a bit coded information:
Bit
31
Value Meaning
0
PDO exists/is valid
1
PDO does not exist/is not valid
0
RTR allowed on this PDO, not to be used (Can in Automation organisation)
1
RTR not allowed on this PDO
0
11 bit-ID (CAN 2.0A)
1
29 bit-ID (CAN 2.0B), not supported
28 to 11
X
Identifier-bits with 29 bit-ID, not relevant
10 to 0
X
Bits 10-0 of COB-ID
30
29
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Subindex
2
Name
transmission type
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED8
Default Value
FFh
Subindex 2 contains the transmission type of the PDO. There are two ways of setting:
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the value FFh or 255 for event-triggered PDO, which is directly interpreted by reception
and taken into actions,
values from 0 to 240, which cause a SYNC-telegram-controlled interpretation of the PDO
contents. Values of 1 to 240 mean, that 0 to 239 SYNC-telegrams are ignored, before one
is interpreted. The value 0 means, that only the next SYNC-telegram is interpreted.
7.3.1.2 Objects 1600-1603h: 1st - 4th RXPDO mapping parameter (DS301)
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Index
1600h - 1603h for RXPDO 1 .. 4
Name
receive PDO mapping
Object Code
RECORD
Data Type
PDO Mapping
Category
mandatory
Subindex
0
Name
number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
0: PDO is not active
1 - 8: PDO activated, mappings are taken only byte-wise
Default Value
PDO1: 1
PDO2: 2
PDO3: 2
PDO4: 2
Subindex
1-8
Name
PDO - mapping for the n-th application object
Category
Conditional, depends on number and size of object be mapped
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED32
Default Value
See below
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7.3.1.3 Default RXPDO definition
RXPDO 1:
Subindex
Value
0
1
1
Meaning
One PDO-mapping entry
60 40 00 10 Control word
RXPDO 2:
Subindex
0
Value
2
Meaning
Two PDO-mapping entries
1
60 40 00 10 Control word
2
60 60 00 08 Modes of Operation
RXPDO 3:
Subindex
Value
0
2
Meaning
Two PDO-mapping entries
1
60 40 00 10 Control word
2
60 7A 00 20 Target Position (Mode PP)
RXPDO 4:
Subindex
Value
0
2
Meaning
Two PDO-mapping entries
1
60 40 00 10 Control word
2
60 FF 00 20 Target Velocity (Mode PV)
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7.3.2 Transmit PDOs (TXPDO)
Four Transmit PDOs can be configured in the drive:
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configuration of the communication (Objects 1800-1803h)
configuration of the PDO-contents (mapping, Objects 1A00-1A03h)
7.3.2.1 Objects 1800-1803h: 1st - 4th TXPDO communication parameter (DS301)
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Index
1800h to 1803h for TXPDO 1 to 4
Name
transmit PDO parameter
Object code
RECORD
Data type
PDO CommPar
Category
mandatory
Subindex
0
Name
number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
5
Default Value
5
Subindex
1
Name
COB-ID used by PDO
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED32
Default Value
Index 1800h: 180h + Node-IDIndex 1801h: 280h + Node-ID
Index 1802h: 380h + Node-ID Index 1803h: 480h + Node-ID
Subindex
2
Name
transmission type
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED8
Default Value
FFh
Subindex
3
Name
inhibit time
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED16 (n*1/10ms)
Default Value
0h
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Subindex
4
Name
reserved
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
0
Default Value
0
Subindex
5
Name
event timer
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED16 (0=not used, ms)
Default Value
0h
Subindex 1 contains the COB-Id of the PDO as a bit coded information:
Bit-Number
31
Value Meaning
0
PDO exists/is valid
1
PDO does not exist/is not valid
0
RTR allowed on this PDO, not supported
1
RTR not allowed on this PDO, not supported
0
11 bit-ID (CAN 2.0A)
1
29 bit-ID (CAN 2.0B), not supported
28 to 11
X
Identifier-bits with 29 bit-ID, not relevant
10 to 0
X
Bits 10-0 of COB-ID
30
29
Subindex 2 contains the transmission type of the PDO. There are two ways of setting:
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A value of FFh or 255d for an event-triggered PDO, which is sent immediately after a
change in the mapped application objects. Setting of Subindex 3 or 5 has an influence on
the sending of a PDO. With Subindex 3 you can configure, in which minimal time the so
configured Transmit-PDOs are sent, if PDO-data contents change (reduction of busload). With Subindex 5 (event time) a timer is used, which is reset with every event-triggered sending of this PDO. If there is no change of the PDO-content in this time, the PDO
is sent caused by this timer event.
Values from 0 to 240 cause a SYNC-Telegram controlled sending of the PDO.
Values from 1 to 240 define how often the SYNC-telegram leads to a sending of a PDO.
The value 0 means, that only the next SYNC-telegram leads to a sending of the so
configured PDOs.
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7.3.2.2 Objects 1A00-1A03h: 1st - 4th TXPDO mapping parameter (DS301)
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Index
1A00h - 1A03h for TXPDO 1 .. 4
Name
transmit PDO mapping
Object Code
RECORD
Data Type
PDO Mapping
Category
mandatory
Subindex
0
Name
number of mapped application objects in PDO
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
0: PDO is not active
1 - 8: PDO activated, mappings are taken only byte-wise
Default Value
PDO1: 1
PDO2: 2
PDO3: 2
PDO4: 2
Subindex
1-8
Name
PDO - mapping for the n-th application object
Category
Conditional, depends on number and size of object be mapped
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED32
Default Value
See below
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7.3.2.3 Default TXPDO definition
TXPDO 1:
Subindex
Value
0
1
1
Meaning
One PDO-mapping entry
60 41 00 10 Status word
TXPDO 2:
Subindex
0
Value
2
Meaning
Two PDO-mapping entries
1
60 41 00 10 Status word
2
60 61 00 08 Modes of Operation display
TXPDO 3:
Subindex
Value
0
2
Meaning
Two PDO-mapping entries
1
60 41 00 10 Status word
2
60 64 00 20 Position actual value
TXPDO 4:
Subindex
Value
0
2
Meaning
Two PDO-mapping entries
1
60 41 00 10 Status word
2
60 6C 00 20 Velocity actual value
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7.4 Device Control (dc)
The device control of the AKD can be used to carry out all the motion functions in the corresponding modes. The control of the AKD is implemented through a mode-dependent status
machine. The status machine is controlled through the control word (➜ p. 94).
The mode setting is made through the object "Modes of Operation” (➜ p. 97). The states of
the status machine can be revealed by using the status word (➜ p. 95).
7.4.1 Status Machine (DS402)
7.4.1.1 States of the Status Machine
State
Description
Not Ready for Switch AKD is not ready to switch on, there is no operational readiness
On
(BTB/RTO) signaled from the controller program.
Switch On Disable
AKD is ready to switch on, parameters can be transferred, the DClink voltage can be switched on, motion functions cannot be carried
out yet.
Ready to Switch On
DC-link voltage may be switched on, parameters can be transferred, motion functions cannot be carried out yet.
Switched On
DC-link voltage must be switched on, parameters can be transferred, motion functions cannot be carried out yet, output stage is
switched on (enabled).
Operation Enable
No fault present, output stage and motion functions are enabled.
Quick Stop Active
Drive has been stopped with the emergency ramp, output stage is
enabled, motion functions are not enabled.
Fault Reaction Active A fault has occured, the drive is stopped with the quickstop ramp.
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A fault is active, the drive has been stopped and disabled.
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7.4.1.2 Transitions of the status machine
The state transitions are affected by internal events (e.g. switching off the DC-link voltage)
and by the flags in the control word (bits 0,1,2,3,7).
Tran- Event
sition
0
Reset
Action
Initialization
1
Initialization completed successfully.
AKD is ready to operate.
none
2
Bit 1 Disable Voltage and Bit 2 Quick Stop none
are set in the control word (Shutdown command). DC-link voltage may be present.
3
Bit 0 is also set (Switch On)
Output stage is switched on (enabled),
provided that the hardware enable is
present (logical AND). Drive has
torque.
4
Bit 3 is also set (Enable Operation)
Motion function is enabled, depending
on the mode that is set.
5
Bit 3 is canceled (Disable Operation)
Motion function is inhibited. Drive is
stopped, using the relevant ramp
(mode-dependent). The present position is maintained.
6
Bit 0 is canceled (Shutdown)
Output stage is disabled.
Drive has no torque.
7
Bits 1 and 2 are canceled
(Quick Stop/Disable Voltage)
none
8
Bit 0 is canceled (Shutdown)
Output stage is disabled. No torque.
9
Bit 1 is canceled (Disable Voltage)
Output stage is disabled. No torque.
10
Bits 1 and 2 are canceled
(Quick Stop/Disable Voltage)
Output stage is disabled. No torque.
11
Bit 2 is canceled
(Quick Stop)
Drive is stopped with the emergency
braking ramp. The output stage remains
enabled. Setpoints are canceled
(motion block number, digital setpoint,
speed for jogging or homing). Bit 2 must
be set again to perform any further
motion.
12
Bit 1 is canceled (Disable Voltage)
Output stage is disabled. No torque.
13
Fault reaction active
Execute appropriate fault reaction
14
Fault reaction is completed
Drive function is disabled. The power
section may be switched off.
15
"Fault Reset" command received from
host
A reset of the fault condition is carried
out if no fault exists currently on the
drive. After leaving the state Fault the
Bit7 'Reset Fault' of the controlword
must be cleared by the host.
16
Bit 2 is set
Motion function is enabled again.
If the drive is operated through the control word/status word, then no control
commands may be sent through another communication channel (ASCII channel, RS232).
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7.4.2 Object Description
7.4.2.1 Object 6040h: Control word (DS402)
The control commands are built up from the logical combination of the bits in the control word
and external signals (e.g enable output stage). The definitions of the bits are shown below:
Index
6040h
Name
control word
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED16
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Unit
—
Value range
0 to 65535
EEPROM
no
Default value
0
Bit assignment im control word
Bit Name
Bit Name
0
Switch on
8
Pause/halt
1
Disable Voltage
9
reserved
2
Quick Stop
10 reserved
3
Enable Operation
11 reserved
4
Operation mode specific
12 reserved
5
Operation mode specific
13 Manufacturer-specific
6
Operation mode specific
14 Manufacturer-specific
7
Reset Fault (only effective for faults)
15 Manufacturer-specific
Commands in the control word
Command
Bit 7
Fault
Reset
Bit 3
Enable
Operation
Bit 2
Quick
Stop
Shutdown
X
X
1
1
0
2, 6, 8
Switch on
X
X
1
1
1
3
Disable Voltage
X
X
X
0
X
7, 9, 10, 12
Quick Stop
X
X
0
1
X
7, 10, 11
Disable Operation
X
0
1
1
1
5
Enable Operation
X
1
1
1
1
4, 16
Fault Reset
1
X
X
X
X
15
Bits marked by an X are irrelevant.
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Bit 1
Bit 0 Transitions
Disable Switch
Voltage
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Mode-dependent bits in the control word
The following table shows the mode-dependent bits in the control word. Only manufacturerspecific modes are supported at present. The individual modes are set by Object 6060h
Modes of operation.
Operation mode
Profile Position
Mode (pp)
No. Bit 4
01h new_setpoint
Bit 5
Bit 6
change_set_imme- absolute/relative
diately
Profile Velocity
Mode (pv)
03h
reserved
reserved
reserved
Profile Torque
Mode (tq)
04h
reserved
reserved
reserved
Homing Mode
(hm)
06h
homing_operation_ reserved
start
reserved
Interpolated Posi- 07h
tion Mode (ip)
Enable Interpolation
reserved
reserved
Cyclic sync position Mode (csp)
reserved
reserved
reserved
08h
Description of the remaining bits in the control word
The remaining bits in the control word are described below.
Bit 8 Pause If Bit 8 is set, then the drive halts (pauses) in all modes. The setpoints (speed
for homing or jogging, motion task number, setpoints for digital mode) for the individual
modes are retained.
Bit 9,10 These bits are reserved for the drive profile (DS402).
Bit 13, 14, 15 These bits are manufacturer-specific, and reserved at present.
7.4.2.2 Object 6041h: Status word (DS402)
The momentary state of the status machine can be read out with the aid of the status word.
Index
6041h
Name
Status word
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED16
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Unit
—
Value range
0 to 65535
EEPROM
yes
Default value
0
Bit assignment in the status word
Bit Name
Bit Name
0
Ready to switch on
8
Manufacturer-specific (reserved)
1
Switched on
9
Remote
2
Operation enabled
10 Target reached
3
Fault
11 Internal limit active
4
Voltage enabled
12 Operation mode specific (reserved)
5
Quick stop
13 Operation mode specific (reserved)
6
Switch on disabled
14 Manufacturer-specific (reserved)
7
Warning
15 Manufacturer-specific (reserved)
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States of the status machine
State
Bit 6
switch on
disabled
Bit 5
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
quick stop fault operation switched ready to
enabled
on
switch on
Not ready to switch on
0
X
0
0
0
0
Switch on disabled
1
X
0
0
0
0
Ready to switch on
0
1
0
0
0
1
Switched on
0
1
0
0
1
1
Operation enabled
0
1
0
1
1
1
Fault
0
X
1
0
0
0
Fault reaction active
0
X
1
1
1
1
Quick stop active
0
0
0
1
1
1
Bits marked by X are irrelevant
Description of the remaining bits in the status word
Bit 4: voltage_enabled The DC-link voltage is present if this bit is set.
Bit 7: warning There are several possible reasons for Bit 7 being set and this warning being
produced. The reason of a warning can be seen by the Error code of the Emergency message, which is sent on the bus caused by this warning.
Bit 9:The remote-bit is set by the telnet command FBUS.REMOTE. The default state is 1
indicating that the power stage shall be only controlled by the DS402 control word. For special actions via telnet like tuning or commutation finding, FBUS.REMOTEshall be set to 0 via
telnet to inform the fieldbus master.
Bit 10: target_reached This is set when the drive has reached the target position.
Bit 11: internal_limit_active This bit specifies that a movement was or is limited. In different
modes, different warnings cause the bit to be set. The following assignments exist:
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Mode of operation
Warnings which set Bit 11
all
n04, n06, n07, n10, n11, n14
0x1 (PP), 0x88
n03, n08, n09, n20
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7.4.2.3 Object 6060h: Modes of Operation (DS402)
This object is used to set the mode, which can be read out by Object 6061h. Two types of
operating mode are used:
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l
manufacturer-specific operating modes
operating modes as per CANopen drive profile DS402
These operating modes are defined in the CANopen drive profile DS402. After the mode has
been changed, the corresponding setpoint must be set once more (for instance, the homing
velocity in the mode homing_setpoint). If the position or jogging mode is stored, then the
Homing mode is set after a RESET of the drive.
An operating mode only becomes valid when it can be read by Object 6061h.
Never change the mode while the motor is running! The drive could move
unexpectedly. When the drive is enabled, a mode change is only permissible at zero speed. Set the speed setpoint to 0 before changing over.
Index
6060h
Name
mode of operation
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8
Default value
—
Supported modes (negative values are manufacturer specific modes):
Value (hex)
Mode
1
Profile position mode
3
Profile velocity mode
4
Profile torque mode
6
Homing mode
7
Interpolated position mode
8
Cyclic synchronous position mode
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7.4.2.4 Object 6061h: Modes of Operation Display (DS402)
This object can be used to read the mode that is set by Object 6060h. An operating mode
only becomes valid when it can be read by Object 6061h (see also Object 6060h).
Index
6061h
Name
mode of operation display
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8
Default value
—
7.5 Factor Groups (fg) (DS402)
The "factor groups" define the units of position-, velocity- and acceleration setpoints. These
values are converted into drive-specific parameters.
Two types of scalings can be used depending on the configuration bit 4 in FBUS.PARAM05:
1. Scaling analog to Telnet. Then you should set the UNIT.PROTARY = 3, UNIT.VROTARY
= 3 and
UNIT.ACCROTARY = 3.
2. Scaling only with DS402 - scaling factors independent of the scalings used via Telnet.
Therefore use the settings via the objects 204C / 6091/6092.
The drive parameters for the unit definitions should be set as follows:
UNIT.PROTARY= 3 (UNIT.PIN/UNIT.POUT)
UNIT.VROTARY = 3 (UNIT.PIN/UNIT.POUT/s)
UNIT.ACCROTARY = 3 (c UNIT.PIN/UNIT.POUT/s²)
7.5.1 General Information
7.5.1.1 Factors
You can convert between physical dimensions and sizes, and the internal units used in the
device (increments). Several factors can be implemented. This chapter describes how these
factors influence the system, how they are calculated and which data are necessary to build
them.
7.5.1.2 Relationship between Physical and Internal Units
The factors defined in the factor group set up a relationship between device-internal units
(increments) and physical units.
The factors are the result of the calculation of two parameters called dimension index and
notation index. The dimension index indicates the physical dimension, the notation index indicates the physical unit and a decimal exponent for the values. These factors are directly
used to normalize the physical values.
The notation index can be used in two ways:
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98
For a unit with decimal scaling and notation index < 64, the notation index defines the
exponent/decimal place of the unit.
For a unit with non-decimal scaling and notation index > 64, the notation index defines the
subindex of the physical dimension of the unit.
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7.5.2 Objects for velocity scaling
7.5.2.1 Object 204Ch: PV Scaling Factor
This object shall indicate the configured numerator and denominator of the pv scaling factor.
The pv scaling factor serves to modify the resolution or directing range of the specified setpoint. It is aso included in calculation of the vl velocity demand, and vl velocity actual value.
It does not influence the velocity limit function and the ramp function. The value shall have no
physical unit and shall be given in the range from -32 768 to +32 767, but the value of 0 shall
not be used.
The velocity scaling factor is only active, when bit 4 of FBUS.PARAM05 is set to 1. Otherwise velocities are scaled as 1/1000 rpm.
Index
204Ch
Name
pv scaling factor
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
2
Default value
no
Subindex
1
Description
pv scaling factor numerator
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Default value
+1
Subindex
2
Description
pv scaling factor denominator
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Default value
+1
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7.5.3 Objects for position calculation
7.5.3.1 Object 608Fh: Position encoder resolution (DS402)
The position encoder resolution defines the ratio of encoder increments per motor revolution
on the CANopen end. Encoder increments are set either directly by subindex 1 (only powers
of 2 available) or implicit by writing to the parameter FB1.PSCALE.
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Index
608Fh
Name
Position encoder resolution
Object Code
ARRAY
Data Type
UNSIGNED 32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Name
number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
2
Default Value
2
Subindex
1
Name
Encoder increments
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED 32
Default Value
2^20
Subindex
2
Name
Motor revolutions
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED 32
Default Value
1
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7.5.3.2 Object 6091h: Gear Ratio (DS402)
The gear ratio defines the ratio of feed in position units per driving shaft revolutions. This
includes the gear if present.
gear ratio = motor shaft revolutions / driving shaft revolutions
Index
6091h
Name
Gear Ratio
Object Code
ARRAY
Data Type
UNSIGNED 32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Name
number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
2
Default Value
2
Subindex
1
Name
Motor revolution
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED 32
Default Value
1
Subindex
2
Name
Shaft revolutions
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED 32
Default Value
1
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7.5.3.3 Object 6092h: Feed constant (DS402)
The feed constant defines the ratio of feed in position units per driving shaft revolutions.
This includes the gear if present.
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Index
6092h
Name
Feed constant
Object Code
ARRAY
Data Type
UNSIGNED 32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Name
number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
2
Default Value
2
Subindex
1
Name
Feed
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED 32
Default Value
1
Subindex
2
Name
Shaft revolutions
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO Mapping
not possible
Value Range
UNSIGNED 32
Default Value
1
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7.6 Profile Velocity Mode (pv) (DS402)
7.6.1 General Information
The profile velocity mode enables the processing of velocity setpoints and the associated
accelerations.
7.6.1.1 Objects that are defined in this section
Index Object Name
Type
Access
606Ch VAR
velocity actual value
INTEGER32
R/O
60FFh VAR
target velocity
INTEGER32
R/W
7.6.1.2 Objects that are defined in other sections
Index Object Name
Type
Section
6040h VAR
control word
INTEGER16
dc (➜ p. 94)
6041h VAR
status word
UNSIGNED16 dc (➜ p. 95)
6063h VAR
position actual value* INTEGER32
6083h VAR
profile acceleration
UNSIGNED32 pp (➜ p. 120)
6084h VAR
profile deceleration
UNSIGNED32 pp (➜ p. 120)
pc (➜ p. 107)
7.6.2 Object description
7.6.2.1 Object 606Ch: Velocity actual value (DS402)
The object velocity actual value represents the actual speed.
Index
606Ch
Name
velocity actual value, VL.FB
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Mode
pv
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Unit
velocity units (SDO is in user units and the PDO is in RPM
Value range
(-231) to (231-1)
Default value
—
Float scaling
1000:1
EEPROM
no
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7.6.2.2 Object 60FFh: Target velocity (DS402)
The speed setpoint (target velocity) represents the setpoint for the ramp generator.
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Index
60FFh
Name
target velocity, VL.CMDU
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Mode
pv
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Unit
increments
Value range
(-231) to (231-1)
Default value
—
Float scaling
1000:1
EEPROM
no
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7.7 Profile Torque Mode (tq) (DS402)
7.7.1 General Information
The profile torque mode enables the processing of torque setpoints and the associated current.
7.7.1.1 Objects that are defined in this section
Index Object Name
Type
Access
2071h VAR
Target current
INTEGER32
R/W
2077h VAR
Current actual value
INTEGER32
R/O
6071h VAR
Target torque
INTEGER16
R/W
6073h VAR
Max current
UNSIGNED16
R/W
6077h VAR
Torque actual value
INTEGER16
R/O
7.7.1.2 Objects that are defined in other sections
None.
7.7.2 Object description
7.7.2.1 Object 2071h: Target Current
This parameter can be used alternatively to the DS402 parameter 6071h and is the input to
the torque controller. The value is scaled in mA (milli Amperes).
Index
2071h
Name
Target current
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER 32
Category
optional
Access
RW
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
depends on DRV.IPEAK and MOTOR.IPEAK
Default value
0
7.7.2.2 Object 2077h: Current Actual Value
This parameter can be used alternatively to the DS402 parameter 6077h. The value is scaled
in mA (milli Amperes).
Index
2077h
Name
Current actual value
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER 32
Category
optional
Access
RO
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
depends on DRV.IPEAK and MOTOR.IPEAK
Default value
0
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7.7.2.3 Object 6071h: Target torque (DS402)
This parameter is the input value for the torque controller in profile torque mode and the value
is given per thousand (1‰) of rated torque.
Index
6071h
Name
Target torque
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER16
Category
conditional; mandatory, if tq supported
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER16
Default value
0
7.7.2.4 Object 6073h: Max current (DS402)
This value represents the maximum permissible torque creating current in the motor and is
given per thousand (1‰) of rated current.
Index
6073h
Name
Max current
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED16
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED16
Default value
0
7.7.2.5 Object 6077h: Torque actual value (DS402)
The torque actual value corresponds to the instantaneous torque in the drive motor. The
value is given per thousand (1‰) of rated torque.
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Index
6077h
Name
Torque actual value
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER16
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER16
Default value
0
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7.8 Position Control Function (pc) (DS402)
7.8.1 General Information
This section describes the actual position values that are associated with the position controller of the drive. They are used for the profile position mode.
7.8.1.1 Objects that are defined in this section
Index Object
Name
Type
Access
6063h VAR
position actual value*
INTEGER32
r
6064h VAR
position actual value
INTEGER32
r
6065h VAR
following error window
UNSIGNED32
R/W
7.8.1.2 Objects that are defined in other sections
Index Object
Name
Type
Section
607Ah VAR
target position
INTEGER32
pp (➜ p. 118)
607Ch VAR
home-offset
INTEGER32
hm (➜ p. 114)
607Dh ARRAY software position limit
INTEGER32
pp (➜ p. 119)
6040h VAR
control word
INTEGER16
dc (➜ p. 94)
6041h VAR
status word
UNSIGNED16
dc (➜ p. 95)
7.8.2 Object Description
7.8.2.1 Object 6063h: position actual value* (DS402)
The object position actual value provides the momentary actual position in increments.
The resolution is defined with Object 608F as power-of-two number.
Index
6063h
Name
position actual value
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Mode
pc, pp
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Unit
increments (1 turn = 2PRBASE)
Value range
(-231) to (231-1)
Default value
220
EEPROM
no
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7.8.2.2 Object 6064h: position actual value (DS402)
The object position actual value provides the actual position. The resolution can be altered
by the gearing factors of the position controller (Object 6091/6092).
Index
6064h
Name
position actual value, PL.FB
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Mode
pp, csp
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Unit
position units
Value range
(-231) to (231-1)
Default value
—
EEPROM
no
7.8.2.3 Object 6065h: Following error window
The following error window defines a range of tolerated position values symmetrically to the
position demand value. A following error might occur when a drive is blocked, unreachable
profile velocity occurs, or at wrong closed loop coefficients. If the value of the following error
window is 0, the following control is switched off.
Index
6065h
Name
Following error window
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
0
7.8.2.4 Object 60F4h: Following error actual value (DS402)
This object returns the current value of the following error in units defined by the user.
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Index
60F4h
Name
Following error actual value
Object code
VAR
Data type
Integer32
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Default value
0
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7.9 Interpolated Position Mode (ip) (DS402)
7.9.1 General information
The interpolated position mode is implemented in a simple, straightforward way. Single position setpoints must be transmitted in the interpolation time period and are taken over on every
defined SYNC - telegram sent. A linear interpolation is used between the setpoints. Examples can be found from page ➜ p. 162.
7.9.1.1 Objects defined in this section Index Object
Name
Type
Access
60C0h VAR
Interpolation sub mode select
INTEGER16
R/W
60C1h ARRAY
Interpolation data record
INTEGER32
R/W
60C2h RECORD Interpolation time period
Interpolation time period R/W
60C4h RECORD Interpolation data configuration record
Interpolation data configuration record
R/W
7.9.1.2 Objects defined in other sections
7.9.2 Object description
7.9.2.1 Object 60C0h: Interpolation sub mode select
In the AKD, both linear interpolation between position setpoints and Cubic polynomial interpolation between position/velocity/time setpoints are supported.
Index
60C0h
Name
Interpolation sub mode select
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER16
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
-2, -1, 0
Default value
0
Value description
Value(decimal)
0
Description
Linear interpolation with a constant time.
-1
Reserved.
-2
Cubic polynomial interpolation, which is also known as position, velocity, and time (PVT) interpolation.
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7.9.2.2 Object 60C1h: Interpolation data record
In the AKD, a single setpoint (target position, Subindex 1) is supported for the linear interpolation. For cubic polynomial interpolation 3 setpoints is supported, target position, time and
velocity (Subindex1 to Subindex3). After the last item of an interpolation data record is
written to the devices input buffer, the pointer of the buffer is automatically incremented to
the next buffer.
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Index
60C1h
Name
Interpolation data record
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries
Data type
UNSIGNED8
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
3
Default value
3
Subindex
1
Description
Interpolation target position in counts, the first parameter of interpolation function
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Default value
no
Subindex
2
Description
Interpolation time in ms, the second parameter of interpolation function.
It means the interval time until move to target PVT Point n+1. Set to
zero to end the move.
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
no
Subindex
3
Description
Interpolation target velocity in counts/s, the third parameter of interpolation function.
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Default value
no
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7.9.2.3 Object 60C2h: Interpolation time period
The interpolation time period is used for the PLL (phase locked loop) synchronized position
modes. The unit (subindex 1) of the time is given in 10interpolation time index seconds.
Only multiples of 1 ms are allowed. The two values define the internal ASCII - parameter
PTBASE (given in multiples of 250 Mikroseconds). Both values must be written to fix a new
interpolation time period. PTBASE will only be updated then.
Index
60C2h
Name
Interpolation time period
Object code
RECORD
Data type
Interpolation time period record (0080h)
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries, FBUS.SAMPLEPERIOD
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
2
Default value
2
Subindex
1
Description
Interpolation time units
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED8
Default value
1
Subindex
2
Description
Interpolation time index
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
INTEGER16
Default value
1
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7.9.2.4 Object 60C4h: Interpolation data configuration
In the AKD, for linear interpolation, only the value 1 in Subindex 5 is possible. For cubic interpolation, Subindex 1 and Subindex 2 is possible for manage the buffer of cubic interpolation.
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Index
60C4h
Name
Interpolation data configuration
Object code
RECORD
Data type
Interpolation data configuration record (0081h)
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
6
Default value
6
Subindex
1
Description
Maximum buffer size
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED32
Default value
10
Subindex
2
Description
Actual buffer size
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
0 to 9
Default value
9
Subindex
3
Description
Buffer organization
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGND8
Default value
0
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Subindex
4
Description
Buffer position
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED16
Default value
0
Subindex
5
Description
Size of data record
Category
mandatory
Access
W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
1 to 254
Default value
1
Subindex
6
Description
Buffer clear
Category
mandatory
Access
W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
UNSIGNED8
Default value
0
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7.10 Homing Mode (hm) (DS402)
7.10.1 General information
This section describes the various parameters which are required to define a homing mode.
7.10.1.1 Objects that are defined in this section Index Object
Name
Type
Access
607Ch VAR
HOME.P: home offset
INTEGER32
R/W
6098h VAR
HOME.MODE, HOME.DIR:homing
method
INTEGER8
R/W
6099h ARRAY HOME.V: homing speeds
UNSIGNED32
R/W
609Ah VAR
UNSIGNED32
R/W
HOME.ACC, HOME.DEC: homing
accel./decel.
7.10.1.2 Objects that are defined in other sections Name
Type
Section
6040h VAR
Index
Object
control word
INTEGER16
dc (➜ p. 94)
6041h VAR
status word
UNSIGNED16
dc (➜ p. 95)
7.10.2 Object Description
7.10.2.1 Object 607Ch: Homing offset (DS402)
The reference offset (home offset) is the difference between the zero position for the application and the zero point of the machine. All subsequent absolute motion tasks take account
of the reference offset.
Index
607Ch
Name
home offset, HOME.P
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Mode
hm
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
user-defined
Value range
(-231) to (231-1)
Default value
0
7.10.2.2 Object 6098h: Homing method (DS402)
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Index
6098h
Name
homing method, HOME.MODE, HOME.DIR
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER8
Mode
hm
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
position units
Value range
-128 to 127
Default value
0
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Description of the homing methods
Choosing a homing method by writing a value to homing method (Object 6098h) will clearly
establish:
l
l
the homing signal (P-Stop, N-Stop, reference switch)
the direction of actuation
and where appropriate
l
the position of the index pulse.
The reference position is give by the reference offset (Object 607Ch).
A detailed description of the types of homing movement can be found in the description of
WorkBench.
The following homing methods are supported:
Method as Brief description: Homing
per DS402
-128 to -1 reserved
command
—
0
reserved
1
homing to negative limit switch, with zeroing, neg- HOME.MODE=2,
ative count direction
HOME.DIR=0
2
homing to positive limit switch, with zeroing, pos- HOME.MODE=2,
itive count direction
HOME.DIR=1
3 to 7
8
9 to 11
—
not supported
—
homing to reference switch, with zeroing, positive HOME.MODE=5,
count direction
HOME.DIR=1
not supported
—
homing to reference switch, with zeroing, negative count direction
HOME.MODE=5,
HOME.DIR=0
13 to 14
not supported
—
15 to 16
12
reserved
—
17
homing to negative limit switch, without zeroing,
negative count direction
HOME.MODE=1,
HOME.DIR=0
18
homing to negative limit switch, without zeroing,
positive count direction
HOME.MODE=1,
HOME.DIR=1
not supported
—
19 to 23
24
25 to 27
28
homing to reference switch, without zeroing, pos- HOME.MODE=4,
itive count direction
HOME.DIR=1
not supported
—
homing to reference switch, without zeroing, neg- HOME.MODE=4,
ative count direction
HOME.DIR=0
29 to 30
not supported
—
31 to 32
reserved
—
33
homing within a single turn, negative count direc- HOME.MODE=7,
tion
HOME.DIR=0
34
homing within a single turn, positive count direction
HOME.MODE=7,
HOME.DIR=1
35
set reference point at present position
HOME.MODE=0,
HOME.DIR=0
reserved
—
36 to 127
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7.10.2.3 Object 6099h: Homing speeds (DS402)
Index
6099h
Name
homing speeds
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Subindex
1
Description
speed during search for switch, HOME.V
Mode
hm
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
velocity units
Value range
0 to (232-1)
Default value
equivalent 60 rpm
Subindex
2
Description
speed during search for zero, HOME.FEEDRATE
Mode
hm
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
velocity units
Value range
0 to (232-1)
Default value
1/8 * Object 6099 sub 1
7.10.2.4 Object 609Ah: Homing acceleration (DS402)
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Index
609Ah
Name
homing acceleration
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Mode
hm
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Unit
acceleration units
Value range
0 to (232-1)
Default value
0
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7.10.2.5 Homing Mode Sequence
The homing movement is started by setting Bit 4 (positive edge). The successful conclusion
is indicated by Bit 12 in the status word (" Object 6041h: Status word (DS402)" (➜ p. 95)).
Bit 13 indicates that an error occurred during the homing movement. In this case, the error
code must be evaluated (error register: " Object 1001h: Error register (DS301)" (➜ p. 50),
" Object 1003h: Predefined Error Field (DS301)" (➜ p. 52), manufacturer status: " Object
1002h: Manufacturer Status Register (DS301)" (➜ p. 51)).
Bit 4
Meaning
0
homing inactive
0 => 1
1
start homing movement
homing active
1 => 0
interruption of homing movement
Bit 13 Bit 12 Meaning
0
0
reference point not set, or homing movement not yet finished
0
1
reference point set, homing movement finished
1
0
homing movement could not be successfully concluded (lag error)
1
1
impermissible state
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7.11 Profile Position Mode (DS402)
7.11.1 General Information
The overall structure for this mode is shown in this figure:
The special handshake procedure for the control word and status word is described in "Functional Description" (➜ p. 121)
7.11.1.1 Objects that are defined in this section Index Object
Name
Type
Access
607Ah VAR
target position
INTEGER32
R/W
607Dh ARRAY software position limit INTEGER32
R/W
6081h VAR
profile velocity
UNSIGNED32 R/W
6083h VAR
profile acceleration
UNSIGNED32 R/W
6084h VAR
profile deceleration
UNSIGNED32 R/W
7.11.1.2 Objects that are defined in other sections
Index Object
Name
Type
Section
6040h VAR
control word
INTEGER16
dc (➜ p. 94)
6041h VAR
status word
UNSIGNED16 dc (➜ p. 95)
7.11.2 Object Description
7.11.2.1 Object 607Ah: Target position (DS402)
The object target position defines the target position for the drive. The target position is interpreted as a relative distance or an absolute position, depending on Bit 6 of the control word.
The type of relative movement can be further defined by the manufacturer-specific parameter
35B9h Subindex 0. Other properties like following motion tasks can be set with this object as
well. The mechanical resolution is set via the scaling objects 6091h and 6092h.
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Index
607Ah
Name
target position, MT.P
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Mode
pp, csp
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Unit
user-defined
Value range
-(231-1) to (231-1)
Default value
—
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7.11.2.2 Object 607Dh: Software position limit (DS402)
Software position limit contains the sub-parameters min position limit and max position limit.
New target positions are checked against these limits. The limits are relative to the machine
home position, which is the result of homing (including the home offset (Object 607Ch)). As
default the software position limits are switched off. Changed values must be saved and the
drive must be restarted to take enable the new the software limits.
Index
607Dh
Name
Software position limit, SWLS.LIMIT0
Object code
ARRAY
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Subindex
0
Description
number of entries
Category
mandatory
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
2
Default value
2
Subindex
1
Description
min position limit 1, SWLS.LIMIT0
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Default value
0 (switched off)
Subindex
2
Description
Min Position Limit 2, SWLS.LIMIT1
Category
mandatory
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
not possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Default value
0 (switched off)
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7.11.2.3 Object 6081h: Profile velocity (DS402)
The profile velocity is the final velocity that should be reached after the acceleration phase of
a motion task.
Index
6081h
Name
profile velocity, MT.V
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Mode
pp
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Unit
speed units
Value range
0 to (232-1)
Default value
10
7.11.2.4 Object 6083h: Profile acceleration (DS402)
The acceleration ramp (profile acceleration) is given in units that are defined by the user (position units per s²).The position units are scaled via the objects 6091 and 6092. This object is
connected to the AKD-parameter DRV.ACC in the Profile Velocity Mode and to the motion
task parameter MT.ACC in all other modes.
Index
6083h
Name
profile acceleration, MT.ACC (DRV.ACC in Profile Velocity Mode)
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Mode
pp, pv
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Unit
acceleration units
Value range
0 to (232-1)
Default value
0
7.11.2.5 Object 6084h: Profile deceleration (DS402)
The braking/deceleration ramp is handled in the same way as the acceleration ramp (" Object
6083h: Profile acceleration (DS402)" (➜ p. 120)).
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Index
6084h
Name
profile deceleration, MT.DEC (DRV.DEC in Profile Velocity Mode)
Object code
VAR
Data type
UNSIGNED32
Mode
pp, pv
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Unit
deceleration units
Value range
0 to (232-1)
Default value
0
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7.11.2.6 Functional Description
Two different ways to apply target positions to a drive are supported by this device profile.
Set of setpoints:
After reaching the target_position, the drive device immediately processes the next target
position, which results in a move where the velocity of the drive normally is not reduced to
zero after achieving a setpoint. With AKD, this is only possible if trapezoidal ramps are used.
Single setpoints:
After reaching the target_position, the drive device signals this status to a host computer and
then receives a new setpoint. After reaching a target_position, the velocity is normally
reduced to zero before starting a move to the next setpoint.
The two modes are controlled by the timing of the bits for new_setpoint and change_set_
immediately in the control word, and setpoint_acknowledge in the status word. These bits
allow the setting up of a request-response mechanism in order to prepare a set of setpoints
while another set is still being processed in the drive unit. This minimizes reaction times
within a control program on a host computer.
The figures show the difference between the set_of_setpoints mode and the single setpoint
mode. The initial status of the bit change_set_immediately in the control word determines
which mode is used. To keep these examples simple, only trapezoidal moves are used.
If the bit change_set_immediately is "0” a single setpoint is expected by the drive (1). After
data is applied to the drive, a host signals that the data is valid by changing the bit new_setpoint to "1" in the control word (2). The drive responds with setpoint_acknowledge set to "1"
in the status word (3) after it has recognized and buffered the new valid data. Now the host
can release new_setpoint (4) and subsequently the drive will signal through setpoint_
acknowledge = "0" its ability to accept new data again (5).
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In the figure below this mechanism results in a velocity of zero after ramping down to reach a
target_position X1 at t1. After signaling to the host, that the setpoint has been reached as
described above, the next target_position is processed at t2 and reached at t3.
With change_set_immediately set to "1" (6), the host instructs the drive to apply a new setpoint immediately after reaching the previous one. The relative timing of the other signals is
unchanged. This behavior causes the drive to process the next setpoint X2 in advance, and
to hold its velocity when it reaches the target_position X1 at t1. The drive then moves immediately to the next target_position X2 that has already been calculated.
Bits in the control word:
Bits in the status word:
Bit 4
new_setpoint (positive edge!)
Bit 12 setpoint acknowledge
Bit 5
change_set_immediately
Bit 13 lag/following error
Bit 6
absolute/relative
Notes on motion task type relative:
If Bit 6 is set, then the motion task type is relative, and activated according to the last target
position or actual position. If other types of relative motion are required, these must be activated in advance through the manufacture specific object 35B9h Subindex 0 (MT.CNTL).
Notes on profile position mode:
Functional description for the profile position mode
The drive profile DS402 distinguishes between two methods of moving to a target position.
These two methods are controlled by the bits for new_setpoint and change_set_immediately
in the control word, and setpoint_acknowledge in the status word. These bits can be used to
prepare a motion task while another is still being carried out (handshake).
Moving to several target positions without an intermediate halt
After the target position has been reached, the drive moves immediately to the next target
position. This requires that new setpoints are signaled to the drive. This is done through a positive transition of the new_setpoint bit. In this case, the setpoint_acknowledge bit must not
be active (=1) in the status word (see also Handshake DS402).
The velocity is not reduced to zero when the first setpoint is reached.
Moving to a single target position
The drive moves to the target position, whereby the velocity is reduced to zero. Reaching the
target position is signaled by the bit for target_reached in the status word.
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7.11.2.7 Object 60B1h: Velocity Offset
This object provides the offset of the velocity value in cyclic synchronous position mode. It is
scaled via the object 204Ch.
Index
60B1h
Name
Velocity Offset
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER32
Category
optional
Access
R/W
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER32
Default value
0
7.11.2.8 Object 60B2h: Torque Offset
This object provides the offset of the commanded torque value in cyclic synchronous position mode.Scaling is 1/1000 of rated torque.
Index
60B2h
Name
Torque Offset
Object code
VAR
Data type
INTEGER16
Category
optional
Access
R/O
PDO mapping
possible
Value range
INTEGER16
Default value
0
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8 Appendix
8.1 Object Dictionary The following tables describe all objects reachable via SDO or PDO. (i.p. = in preparation).
Abbreviations:
U
= UNSIGNED
INT
= INTEGER
VisStr = Visible String
RO
RW
WO
const
= Read only
= Read and Write
= Write only
= Constant
8.1.1 Float Scaling
The scaling applied to objects which match floating-point parameters in WorkBench/Telnet
are listed in the column "Float Scaling."
For example, index 607Ah is listed as 1:1 - this means that commanding a value of 1000 in
SDO 607Ah is equivalent to entering MT.P 1000.000 in WorkBench. On the other hand, index
3598h is listed as 1000:1 - this means that commanding a value of 1000 in SDO 3598h is
equivalent to entering IL.KP 1.000 in WorkBench.
A few parameters are listed as variable (var), because the scaling depends on other settings.
8.1.2 Communication SDOs
Index
1000h
Subindex
0
1001h
0
U8
RO
no
1002h
0
U32
RO
yes
1003h
ARRAY
1003h
0
U8
1003h
1 to 10
1005h
0
1006h
ASCII object
—
Error register
—
Manufacturer-specific status register
—
Pre-defined error field
—
RW
no
Number of errors
—
U32
RO
no
standard error field
—
U32
RW
no
COB—ID SYNC message
—
0
U32
RW
no
Communication cycle period
—
1008h
0
VisStr
const
no
Manufacturer device name
—
1009h
0
VisStr
const
no
Manufacturer hardware version
—
100Ah
0
VisStr
const
no
Manufacturer software version
—
100Ch
0
U16
RW
no
Guard time
—
100Dh
0
U8
RW
no
Lifetime factor
—
1010h
Save parameters
—
1010h
0
ARRAY
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1010h
1
U32
RW
no
Saves the drive parameters from the RAM
to the NV.
DRV.NVSAVE
Load parameters
—
1011h
ARRAY
1011h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1011h
1
U32
RW
no
Loads default parameters to the RAM.
DRV.RSTVAR
1014h
0
U32
RW
no
COB—ID for the Emergency Object
—
1016h
1016h
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Data Type Access PDO Description
map.
U32
RO
no Device type
RECORD
0
U8
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RO
no
Number of entries
—
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Index
1016h
Subindex
1
1017h
0
1018h
Data Type Access PDO Description
map.
U32
RW
no Consumer heartbeat time
U16
RW
no
RECORD
ASCII object
—
Producer heartbeat time
—
Identity Object
—
1018h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1018h
1
U32
RO
no
Vendor ID
—
1018h
2
U32
RO
no
Product Code
—
1018h
3
U32
RO
no
Revision number
—
1018h
4
U32
RO
no
Serial number
1026h
ARRAY
OS prompt
—
1026h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1026h
1
U8
WO
no
StdIn
—
1026h
2
U8
RO
no
StdOut
—
RXPDO1 communication parameter
—
1400h
RECORD
1400h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1400h
1
U32
RW
no
RXPDO1 COB — ID
—
1400h
2
U8
RW
no
Transmission type RXPDO1
—
RXPDO2 communication parameter
—
1401h
RECORD
1401h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1401h
1
U32
RW
no
RXPDO2 COB—ID
—
1401h
2
U8
RW
no
Transmission type RXPDO2
—
RXPDO3 communication parameter
—
1402h
RECORD
1402h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1402h
1
U32
RW
no
RXPDO3 COB—ID
—
1402h
2
U8
RW
no
Transmission type RXPDO3
—
RXPDO4 communication parameter
—
1403h
RECORD
1403h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1403h
1
U32
RW
no
RXPDO4 COB—ID
—
1403h
2
U8
RW
no
Transmission type RXPDO4
—
RXPDO1 mapping parameter
—
1600h
RECORD
1600h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1600h
1 to 8
U32
RW
no
Mapping for n—th application object
—
RXPDO2 mapping parameter
—
1601h
RECORD
1601h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1601h
1 to 8
U32
RW
no
Mapping for n—th application object
—
1602h
RXPDO3 mapping parameter
—
1602h
0
RECORD
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1602h
1 to 8
U32
RW
no
Mapping for n—th application object
—
RXPDO4 mapping parameter
—
1603h
RECORD
1603h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1603h
1 to 8
U32
RW
no
Mapping for n—th application object
—
TXPDO1 communication parameter
—
1800h
RECORD
1800h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1800h
1
U32
RW
no
TXPDO1 COB—ID
—
1800h
2
U8
RW
no
Transmission type TXPDO1
—
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1800h
Subindex
3
1800h
4
U8
const
no
reserved
—
1800h
5
U16
RW
no
Event timer
—
TXPDO2 communication parameter
—
1801h
RECORD
ASCII object
—
1801h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1801h
1
U32
RW
no
TXPDO2 COB—ID
—
1801h
2
U8
RW
no
Transmission type TXPDO2
—
1801h
3
U16
RW
no
Inhibit time
—
1801h
4
U8
const
no
reserved
—
1801h
5
U16
RW
no
Event timer
—
1802h
TXPDO3 communication parameter
—
1802h
0
RECORD
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1802h
1
U32
RW
no
TXPDO3 COB—ID
—
1802h
2
U8
RW
no
Transmission type TXPDO3
—
1802h
3
U16
RW
no
Inhibit time
—
1802h
4
U8
const
no
reserved
—
1802h
5
U16
RW
no
Event timer
—
TXPDO4 communication parameter
—
1803h
RECORD
1803h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1803h
1
U32
RW
no
TXPDO4 COB—ID
—
1803h
2
U8
RW
no
Transmission type TXPDO4
—
1803h
3
U16
RW
no
Inhibit time
—
1803h
4
U8
const
no
reserved
—
1803h
5
U16
RW
no
Event timer
—
Mapping parameter TXPDO1
—
1A00h
RECORD
1A00h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1A00h
1 to 8
U32
RW
no
Mapping for n—th application object
—
Mapping parameter TXPDO2
—
1A01h
RECORD
1A01h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1A01h
1 to 8
U32
RW
no
Mapping for n—th application object
—
1A02h
Mapping parameter TXPDO3
—
1A02h
0
RECORD
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1A02h
1 to 8
U32
RW
no
Mapping for n—th application object
—
Mapping parameter TXPDO4
—
1A03h
126
Data Type Access PDO Description
map.
U16
RW
no Inhibit time
RECORD
1A03h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1A03h
1 to 8
U32
RW
no
Mapping for n—the application object
—
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8.1.3 Manufacturer specific SDOs
Index
2000h
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
index
Scale
map.
ARRAY
System Warnings
ASCII object
—
2000h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
2000h
1
U32
RO
no
System Warning 1
DRV.WARNING1
2000h
2
U32
RO
no
System Warning 2
DRV.WARNING2
2000h
3
U32
RO
no
System Warning 3
DRV.WARNING3
System Faults
—
2001h
ARRAY
2001h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
2001h
1
U32
RO
no
System Fault 1
DRV.FAULT1
2001h
2
U32
RO
no
System Fault 2
DRV.FAULT2
2001h
3
U32
RO
no
System Fault 3
DRV.FAULT3
2001h
4
U32
RO
no
System Fault 4
DRV.FAULT4
2001h
5
U32
RO
no
System Fault 5
DRV.FAULT5
2001h
6
U32
RO
no
System Fault 6
DRV.FAULT6
2001h
7
U32
RO
no
System Fault 7
DRV.FAULT7
2001h
8
U32
RO
no
System Fault 8
DRV.FAULT8
2001h
9
U32
RO
no
System Fault 9
DRV.FAULT9
2001h
A
U32
RO
no
System Fault 10
DRV.FAULT10
Manufacturer status
bytes
—
2002h
ARRAY
2002h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
2002h
1
U8
RO
yes
Manufacturer status
bytes 1
—
2002h
2
U8
RO
yes
Manufacturer status
bytes 2
—
2002h
3
U8
RO
yes
Manufacturer status
bytes 3
—
2002h
4
U8
RO
yes
Manufacturer status
bytes 4
—
2014h
ARRAY
Mask TxPDO Channel 1 —
2014h
1
U32
RW
no
Mask (Byte 0..3)
—
2014h
2
U32
RW
no
Mask (Byte 4..7)
—
2015h
ARRAY
Mask TxPDO Channel 2 —
2015h
1
U32
RW
no
Mask (Byte 0..3)
—
2015h
2
U32
RW
no
Mask (Byte 4..7)
—
2016h
ARRAY
Mask TxPDO Channel 3 —
2016h
1
U32
RW
no
Mask (Byte 0..3)
—
2016h
2
U32
RW
no
Mask (Byte 4..7)
—
2017h
ARRAY
Mask TxPDO Channel 4 —
2017h
1
U32
RW
no
Mask (Byte 0..3)
—
2017h
2
U32
RW
no
Mask (Byte 4..7)
—
Firmware version
—
2018h
ARRAY
2018h
0
U16
const
no
Number of entries
—
2018h
1
U16
const
no
Major version
—
2018h
2
U16
const
no
Minor version
—
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Index
2018h
2018h
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
index
Scale
map.
3
U16
const
no Revision
4
204Ch
const
no
ARRAY
—
Branch version
—
pv scaling factor
—
204Ch
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
204Ch
1
INT32
RW
no
pv scaling factor numerator
—
204Ch
2
INT32
RW
no
pv scaling factor denom- —
inator
2050h
0
INT32
RO
no
Position, secondary
feedback
DRV.HANDWHEEL
2071h
0
INT32
RW
yes
Target current
-
1:1
2077h
0
INT32
RO
yes
Current actual value
-
20A0h
0
INT32
var
RO
yes
Latch position 1, positive edge
CAP0.PLFB, CAP0.T
20A1h
0
INT32
var
RO
yes
Latch position 1, negative edge
CAP0.PLFB, CAP0.T
20A2h
0
INT32
var
RO
yes
Latch position 2, positive edge
CAP1.PLFB, CAP1.T
20A3h
0
INT32
var
RO
yes
Latch position 2, negative edge
CAP1.PLFB, CAP1.T
20A4h
0
U16
RW
yes
Latch control register
—
20A5h
0
U16
RW
yes
Latch status register
—
20A6h
0
INT32
var
RO
yes
Gets captured position
value
CAP0.PLFB
20A7h
0
INT32
var
RO
yes
Gets captured position
value
CAP1.PLFB
20B8h
0
U16
RW
yes
Clear changed digital
input information
—
VL.ARTYPE
—
3405h
ARRAY
3405h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
3405h
1
U8
RW
no
Calculation method for
BiQuad filter 1
VL.ARTYPE1
3405h
2
U8
RW
no
Calculation method for
BiQuad filter 2
VL.ARTYPE2
3405h
3
U8
RW
no
Calculation method for
BiQuad filter 3
VL.ARTYPE3
3405h
4
U8
RW
no
Calculation method for
BiQuad filter 4
VL.ARTYPE4
VL BiQuad
—
RO
no
Number of entries
—
3406h
128
U16
ASCII object
ARRAY
3406h
0
U8
3406h
1
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Natural frequency of
pole of anti-resonance
(AR) filter 1
VL.ARPF1
3406h
2
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Natural frequency of
pole of anti-resonance
(AR) filter 2
VL.ARPF2
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Index
3406h
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
index
Scale
map.
3
U32
1000:1
RW
no Natural frequency of
pole of anti-resonance
(AR) filter 3
ASCII object
VL.ARPF3
3406h
4
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Natural frequency of
pole of anti-resonance
(AR) filter 4
VL.ARPF4
3406h
5
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Q of pole of anti-resonance (AR) filter 1
VL.ARPQ1
3406h
6
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Q of pole of anti-resonance (AR) filter 2
VL.ARPQ2
3406h
7
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Q of pole of anti-resonance (AR) filter 3
VL.ARPQ3
3406h
8
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Q of pole of anti-resonance (AR) filter 4
VL.ARPQ4
3406h
9
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Natural frequency of
zero of anti-resonance
(AR)filter 1
VL.ARZF1
3406h
A
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Natural frequency of
zero of anti-resonance
(AR)filter 2
VL.ARZF2
3406h
B
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Natural frequency of
zero of anti-resonance
(AR)filter 3
VL.ARZF3
3406h
C
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Natural frequency of
zero of anti-resonance
(AR)filter 4
VL.ARZF4
3406h
D
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Q of zero of anti-resonance filter 1
VL.ARZQ1
3406h
E
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Q of zero of anti-resonance filter 2
VL.ARZQ2
3406h
F
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Q of zero of anti-resonance filter 3
VL.ARZQ3
3406h
10
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Q of zero of anti-resonance filter 4
VL.ARZQ4
Velocity Filter
—
3407h
STRUCT
3407h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
3407h
1
INT32
1000:1
RW
no
10 Hz filtered VL.FB
VL.FBFILTER
3407h
2
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Gain for the velocity
feedforward
VL.KVFF
3407h
3
U32
RW
no
Gain for the acceleration VL.KBUSFF
feedforward
3407h
4
U32
RW
no
Sets the velocity error
VL.ERR
3412h
0
INT8
RW
no
Type of regen resistor
REGEN.TYPE
3414h
0
U8
RW
Returns and sets the
regen resistor fault level
temperature.
REGEN.WATTEXT
3415h
0
U32
Thermal regen resistor
time constant
REGEN.TEXT
1:1
1000:1
RO
no
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Index
3416h
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
ASCII object
index
Scale
map.
0
U32
RO
no Gets regen resistor's cal- REGEN.POWER
culated power
3420h
0
U16
1000:1
RW
no
Sets the foldback fault
level.
IL.FOLDFTHRESH
3421h
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Sets the user value for
the foldback fault level.
IL.FOLDFTHRESHU
3422h
0
U32
1000:1
no
Sets friction compensation value.
IL.FRICTION
3423h
0
INT32
1000:1
no
A constant current command added to compensate for gravity.
IL.OFFSET
3424h
0
U16
no
Enables/disables the
integrator part of the PI
loop.
IL.INTEN (Password Protected)
3425h
0
U32
1000:1
RO
no
Reads the overall foldback current limit
IL.IFOLD
3426h
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Sets current loop acceleration feedforward gain
value
IL.KACCFF
Motor protection parameters
—
Number of entries
—
3427h
RECORD
3427h
0
U8
RO
no
3427h
1
U8
RW
no
IL.MIMODE
3427h
2
U8
RW
no
IL.MI2TWTHRESH
3427h
3
U32
RW
yes
IL.MI2T
3430h
0
U8
RW
no
Sets the direction for
absolute motion tasks.
PL.MODPDIR
3431h
0
U16
RW
no
Sets the motion task in
the drive
MT.SET
Controlled stop parameters
—
3440h
130
ARRAY
3440h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
3440h
1
U32
1:1
RW
no
Sets the deceleration
value for a controlled
stop.
CS.DEC
3440h
2
U32
1:1
RW
no
Sets the velocity thresh- CS.VTHRESH
old for a controlled stop.
3440h
3
U32
RW
no
Sets the time value for
the drive velocity to be
within CS.VTHRESH.
CS.TO
3441h
0
U8
RO
no
Controlled stop state
CS.STATE
3443h
0
U16
RO
no
Returns the possible rea- DRV.DIS
son for a drive disable
3444h
0
U16
RO
no
Maximum current for
dynamic braking
DRV.DBILIMIT
3445h
0
U32
RO
no
Emergency timeout for
braking
DRV.DISTO
3450h
0
U8
WO
no
Release or enable brake
MOTOR.BRAKERLS
1000:1
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Index
3451h
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
index
Scale
map.
0
U8
RW
no Determines which drive
parameters are calculated automatically.
ASCII object
MOTOR.AUTOSET
3452h
0
U16
RW
no
Sets the motor maximum voltage
MOTOR.VOLTMAX
3453h
0
U32
RW
no
Sets the motor temperature warning level
MOTOR.TEMPWARN
3454h
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Sets the thermal constant of the motor coil
MOTOR.CTF0
3455h
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Sets the line-to-line
motor Lq
MOTOR.LQLL
3456h
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Sets the stator winding
resistance phase-phase
in ohms
MOTOR.R
Induction Motor parameter
—
3457h
RECORD
3457h
0
U8
3457h
1
INT32
3457h
2
3457h
3
345Ah
RO
no
Number of entries
—
RW
no
Configuration of induction motor's rated velocity.
MOTOR.VRATED
U16
RW
no
Configuration of induction motor's rated voltage.
MOTOR.VOLTRATED
U16
RW
no
Sets the minimum voltage for V/f Control.
MOTOR.VOLTMIN
Brake Control
—
1000:1
ARRAY
345Ah
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
345Ah
1
U16
RW
yes
Brake Control Command
—
345Ah
2
U16
RO
yes
Brake Status Response. —
3460h
RECORD
Capture engines parameters
—
3460h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
3460h
1
U8
RW
no
Specifies the trigger
source for the position
capture.
CAP0.TRIGGER
3460h
2
U8
RW
no
Specifies the trigger
source for the position
capture.
CAP1.TRIGGER
3460h
3
U8
RW
no
Selects the captured
value.
CAP0.MODE
3460h
4
U8
RW
no
Selects the captured
value.
CAP1.MODE
3460h
5
U8
RW
no
Controls the precondition logic.
CAP0.EVENT
3460h
6
U8
RW
no
Controls the precondition logic.
CAP1.EVENT
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Index
3460h
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
ASCII object
index
Scale
map.
7
U8
RW
no Selects the capture pre- CAP0.PREEDGE
condition edge.
3460h
8
U8
RW
no
Selects the capture precondition edge.
CAP1.PREEDGE
3460h
9
U8
RW
no
Sets the precondition
trigger.
CAP0.PRESELECT
3460h
A
U8
RW
no
Sets the precondition
trigger.
CAP1.PRESELECT
3460h
B
U8
RW
no
Selects the feedback
source for the capture
engine 0.
CAP0.FBSOURCE
3460h
C
U8
RW
no
Selects the feedback
source for the capture
engine 1.
CAP1.FBSOURCE
3470h
RECORD
3470h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
3470h
1
INT8
RW
no
Sets the analog output
mode.
AOUT.MODE
3470h
2
INT16
1000:1
RW
yes
Reads the analog output AOUT.VALUE
value.
3470h
3
INT16
1000:1
RW
yes
Reads and writes the
analog output value.
AOUT.VALUEU
3470h
4
INT16
1000:1
RO
yes
Reads the value of the
analog input signal.
AIN.VALUE
3470h
5
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Sets velocity scale factor for analog output
AOUT.VSCALE
3471h
0
U32
1:1
RW
no
Sets the analog position
scale factor
AOUT.PSCALE
3472h
0
U32
1:1
RW
no
Sets analog pscale factor
AIN.PSCALE
DINx.PARAM
—
—
3474h
132
—
ARRAY
3474h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
3474h
1
U32
RW
no
Lower 32-bit part of input DIN1.PARAM
parameter 1
3474h
2
U32
RW
no
Lower 32-bit part of input DIN2.PARAM
parameter 2
3474h
3
U32
RW
no
Lower 32-bit part of input DIN3.PARAM
parameter 3
3474h
4
U32
RW
no
Lower 32-bit part of input DIN4.PARAM
parameter 4
3474h
5
U32
RW
no
Lower 32-bit part of input DIN5.PARAM
parameter 5
3474h
6
U32
RW
no
Lower 32-bit part of input DIN6.PARAM
parameter 6
3474h
7
U32
RW
no
Lower 32-bit part of input DIN7.PARAM
parameter 7
3474h
8
U32
RW
no
Higher 32-bit part of
input parameter 1
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AKD CANopen | 8 Appendix
Index
3474h
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
index
Scale
map.
9
U32
RW
no Higher 32-bit part of
input parameter 2
ASCII object
DIN2.PARAM
3474h
A
U32
RW
no
Higher 32-bit part of
input parameter 3
DIN3.PARAM
3474h
B
U32
RW
no
Higher 32-bit part of
input parameter 4
DIN4.PARAM
3474h
C
U32
RW
no
Higher 32-bit part of
input parameter 5
DIN5.PARAM
3474h
D
U32
RW
no
Higher 32-bit part of
input parameter 6
DIN6.PARAM
3474h
E
U32
RW
no
Higher 32-bit part of
input parameter 7
DIN7.PARAM
3475h
DOUTx.PARAM
—
3475h
0
ARRAY
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
3475h
1
U32
RW
no
Lower 32-bit part of output parameter 1
DOUT1.PARAM
3475h
2
U32
RW
no
Lower 32-bit part of output parameter 2
DOUT2.PARAM
3475h
3
U32
RW
no
Higher 32-bit part of output parameter 1
DOUT1.PARAM
3475h
4
U32
RW
no
Hogher 32-bit part of out- DOUT2.PARAM
put parameter 2
3480h
0
U32
RW
no
Integral gain of position
regulator PID loop
PL.KI
PL.INTMAX
—
3481h
1000:1
ARRAY
3481h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
3481h
1
U32
1:1
RW
no
Input saturation
PL.INTINMAX
3481h
2
U32
1:1
RW
no
Output saturation
PL.INTOUTMAX
3482h
0
INT32
1:1
RO
no
Maximum value of following error in homing
HOME.PERRTHRESH
3483h
0
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Sets the position error
warning level
PL.ERRWTHRESH
3484h
0
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Specification of an additional movement after
homing is completed.
HOME.DIST
3490h
0
INT32
1:1
RO
no
Position feedback offset FB1.POFFSET
3491h
0
U32
RO
no
Location of index pulse
on EEO
DRV.EMUEMTURN
3492h
0
U32
RO
no
Motion status of the
drive
DRV.MOTIONSTAT
3493h
0
U8
RO
no
Direction of EEO (emulated encoder output)
DRV.EMUEDIR
WS parameters
—
3494h
RECORD
3494h
0
U8
3494h
1
INT16
1000:1
RO
no
Number of entries
—
RW
no
Sets maximum current
used for wake and
shake
WS.IMAX
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3494h
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
index
Scale
map.
2
INT32
1:1
RW
no Sets the maximum
movement required for
wake and shake
3494h
3
U16
3494h
4
INT32
3494h
5
3494h
3495h
WS.DISTMAX
RW
no
Sets the delay for wake
and shake between
loops in mode 0
WS.TDELAY3
RW
no
Defines the maximum
allowed velocity for
Wake & Shake
WS.VTHRESH
U8
RO
no
Reads wake and shake
status
WS.STATE
6
U8
RW
no
Arm Wake and Shake to WS.ARM
start
0
U16
RW
no
Voltage level for undervoltage warning.
VBUS.UVWTHRESH
FBUS synchronization
parameters
—
3496h
1:1
1000:1
ARRAY
3496h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
3496h
1
U32
RW
no
expected time distance
between clearing the
PLL counter and calling
the PLL function
FBUS.SYNCDIST
3496h
2
U32
RW
no
actual time distance
between clearing the
PLL counter and calling
the PLL function
FBUS.SYNCACT
3496h
3
U32
RW
no
Time window, which is
FBUS.SYNCWND
used in order to consider
the drive as being synchronized
3496h
4
U32
RW
no
Time, which is used for
extending or lowering
the sample rate of the
internal 16[kHz] IRQ
—
3498h
0
U8
RW
no
Protection level of fieldbus against other communication channels
(Telnet, Modbus..)
FBUS.PROTECTION
34A0h
134
ASCII object
ARRAY
34A0h
0
U8
34A0h
1
INT32
34A0h
2
34A0h
34A0h
PLS Position
RO
no
Number of entries
—
1:1
RW
no
Limit switch 1 compare
value
PLS.P1
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Limit switch 2 compare
value
PLS.P2
3
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Limit switch 3 compare
value
PLS.P3
4
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Limit switch 4 compare
value
PLS.P4
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Index
34A0h
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
index
Scale
map.
5
INT32
1:1
RW
no Limit switch 5 compare
value
ASCII object
PLS.P5
34A0h
6
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Limit switch 6 compare
value
PLS.P6
34A0h
7
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Limit switch 7 compare
value
PLS.P7
34A0h
8
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Limit switch 8 compare
value
PLS.P8
PLS Width
—
34A1h
ARRAY
34A1h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
34A1h
1
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Sets Limit Switch1
Width
PLS.WIDTH1
34A1h
2
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Sets Limit Switch 2
Width
PLS.WIDTH2
34A1h
3
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Sets Limit Switch 3
Width
PLS.WIDTH3
34A1h
4
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Sets Limit Switch 4
Width
PLS.WIDTH4
34A1h
5
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Sets Limit Switch 5
Width
PLS.WIDTH5
34A1h
6
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Sets Limit Switch 6
Width
PLS.WIDTH6
34A1h
7
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Sets Limit Switch 7
Width
PLS.WIDTH7
34A1h
8
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Sets Limit Switch 8
Width
PLS.WIDTH8
PLS Time
—
34A2h
ARRAY
34A2h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
34A2h
1
U16
RW
no
Sets limit switch 1 time
PLS.T1
34A2h
2
U16
RW
no
Sets limit switch 2 time
PLS.T2
34A2h
3
U16
RW
no
Sets limit switch 3 time
PLS.T3
34A2h
4
U16
RW
no
Sets limit switch 4 time
PLS.T4
34A2h
5
U16
RW
no
Sets limit switch 5 time
PLS.T5
34A2h
6
U16
RW
no
Sets limit switch 6 time
PLS.T6
34A2h
7
U16
RW
no
Sets limit switch 7 time
PLS.T7
34A2h
8
U16
RW
no
Sets limit switch 8 time
PLS.T8
PLS Configuration
—
34A3h
ARRAY
34A3h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
34A3h
1
U16
RW
no
Enables the limit
switches
PLS.EN
34A3h
2
U16
RW
no
Resets limit switches
PLS.RESET
34A3h
3
U16
RW
no
Selects limit switch
mode
PLS.MODE
34A3h
4
U16
RW
no
Reads the limit switch
state
PLS.STATE
34A4h
0
U8
RW
no
Sets limit switch units
PLS.UNITS
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34B0h
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
ASCII object
index
Scale
map.
ARRAY
USER.DWORDS for
—
writing of feedback memory
34B0h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
34B0h
1
U32
RW
no
FB1.USERDWORD1
FB1.USERDWORD1
34B0h
2
U32
RW
no
FB1.USERDWORD2
FB1.USERDWORD2
34B1h
ARRAY
34B1h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
34B1h
1
U16
RW
no
FB1.USERWORD1
FB1.USERWORD1
34B1h
2
U16
RW
no
FB1.USERWORD2
FB1.USERWORD2
34B1h
3
U16
RW
no
FB1.USERWORD3
FB1.USERWORD3
34B1h
4
U16
RW
no
FB1.USERWORD4
FB1.USERWORD4
USER.BYTES for writing of feedback memory
—
34B2h
136
USER.WORDS for writ- —
ing of feedback memory
ARRAY
34B2h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
34B2h
1
U8
RW
no
FB1.USERBYTE1
FB1.USERBYTE1
34B2h
2
U8
RW
no
FB1.USERBYTE2
FB1.USERBYTE2
34B2h
3
U8
RW
no
FB1.USERBYTE3
FB1.USERBYTE3
34B2h
4
U8
RW
no
FB1.USERBYTE4
FB1.USERBYTE4
34B2h
5
U8
RW
no
FB1.USERBYTE5
FB1.USERBYTE5
34B2h
6
U8
RW
no
FB1.USERBYTE6
FB1.USERBYTE6
34B2h
7
U8
RW
no
FB1.USERBYTE7
FB1.USERBYTE7
34B2h
8
U8
RW
no
FB1.USERBYTE8
FB1.USERBYTE8
3501h
0
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Acceleration ramp
DRV.ACC, also see
"6083h" (➜ p. 145)
3502h
0
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Acceleration ramp for
homing/jog modes
HOME.ACC
3506h
0
INTEGER
no
Action that hardware
enable digital input will
perform.
DRV.HWENMODE
3509h
0
INT32
1000:1
RO
no
Analog input voltage
AIN.VALUE
3522h
0
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Deceleration rate
DRV.DEC, also see
"6084h" (➜ p. 145)
3524h
0
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Deceleration ramp for
homing/jog modes
HOME.DEC
352Ah
0
INT32
RW
no
Direction of movements
DRV.DIR
3533h
0
U32
RO
no
Resolution of motor
encoder
FB1.ENCRES
3534h
0
U32
RO
no
Mode of EEO connector
DRV.EMUEMODE
3535h
0
U32
RO
no
Resolution of EEO
DRV.EMUERES
3537h
0
U32
RO
no
Location of EEO index
pulse
DRV.EMUEZOFFSET
353Bh
0
INT32
RO
no
Selection of the feedback type
FB1.SELECT
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Index
3542h
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
index
Scale
map.
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no Position Control Loop:
Proportional Gain
ASCII object
PL.KP
3548h
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Velocity Control Loop:
Proportional Gain
VL.KP
354Bh
0
INT32
1000:1
RW
no
Sets the velocity loop
velocity feedforward
gain value
VL.KVFF
354Dh
0
INT32
1000:1
RW
no
Velocity Control Loop: IIntegration Time
VL.KI
3558h
0
INT32
1000:1
RO
no
Current Monitor
IL.FB
3559h
0
INT32
1000:1
RO
no
Drive Ifold
IL.DIFOLD
355Ah
0
INT32
1000:1
RW
no
I2T Warning
IL.FOLDWTHRESH
3562h
0
INT32
RW
no
Function of Digital Input
1
DIN1.MODE
3565h
0
INT32
RW
no
Function of Digital Input
2
DIN2.MODE
3568h
0
INT32
RW
no
Function of Digital Input
3
DIN3.MODE
356Bh
0
INT32
RW
no
Function of Digital Input
4
DIN4.MODE
356Eh
0
INT32
1000:1
RW
no
Application Peak Current, positive direction
IL.LIMITP
356Fh
0
INT32
1000:1
RW
no
Application Peak Current, negative direction
IL.LIMITN
3586h
0
U32
RW
no
Sets the motor temperature fault level
MOTOR.TEMPFAULT
3587h
0
INT32
RW
no
Select Motor Holding
Brake
MOTOR.BRAKE
358Eh
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Motor Continuous Current Rating
MOTOR.ICONT
358Fh
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Motor Peak Current Rat- MOTOR.IPEAK
ing
3593h
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Sets the torque constant MOTOR.KT
of the motor
3596h
0
U32
1000:1
RO
no
Sets the proportional
gain of the d-component
current PI-regulator as a
percentage of IL.KP
3598h
0
INT32
1000:1
RW
no
Absolute Gain of Current IL.KP
Control loop
359Ch
0
U32
RW
no
Sets the motor phase.
MOTOR.PHASE
359Dh
0
U32
RW
no
Sets the number of
motor poles
MOTOR.POLES
35A3h
0
U32
RW
no
Sets the maximum
motor speed
MOTOR.VMAX
35A4h
0
INT32
1000:1
RW
no
Maximum motor current
IL.MIFOLD
35ABh
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Sets the motor inertia
MOTOR.INERTIA
IL.KPDRATIO
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Index
35AFh
138
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
index
Scale
map.
0
U32
RW
no Sets the digital output 1
mode
ASCII object
DOUT1.MODE
35B2h
0
U32
RW
no
Sets the digital output 2
mode
DOUT2.MODE
35B4h
0
INT32
RW
no
Operating Mode
DRV.OPMODE
35B9h
0
INT32
RW
no
Control for Motion Task
0
MT.CNTL
35BCh
0
INT32
RW
no
Next Task Number for
Motion Task 0
MT.MTNEXT
35C2h
0
INT32
RW
no
Select regen resistor
REGEN.REXT
35C5h
0
INT32
1:1
RO
no
Actual Following Error
PL.ERR
35C6h
0
INT32
1:1
RW
no
In-Position Window
MT.TPOSWND
35C7h
0
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Max. Following Error
PL.ERRFTHRESH
35CAh
0
INT32
RW
no
Position Resolution
(Numerator)
UNIT.PIN
35CBh
0
INT32
RW
no
Position Resolution
(Denominator)
UNIT.POUT
35D2h
0
U32
RO
no
Mechanical Position
FB1.MECHPOS
35E2h
0
U32
RW
no
Sets the current limit dur- HOME.IPEAK
ing homing procedure to
a mechanical stop
35EBh
0
INT32
WO
no
Save Data in EEPROM
DRV.NVSAVE
35F0h
0
INT32
WO
no
Set Reference Point
HOME.SET
35FEh
0
INT32
WO
no
Stop Motion Task
DRV.STOP
35FFh
0
U32
RW
no
Selects between disable DRV.DISMODE
immediately or stop and
then disable
3610h
0
INT32
RO
no
Ambient Temperature
DRV.TEMPERATURES
3611h
0
INT32
RO
no
Heat Sink Temperature
DRV.TEMPERATURES
3612h
0
INT32
RO
no
Motor Temperature
MOTOR.TEMP
3617h
0
U32
1:1
RW
no
Undervoltage mode
VBUS.UVMODE
1:1
RO
no
Actual Velocity
VL.FB
RO
no
DC-bus voltage
VBUS.VALUE
1000:1
RW
no
Voltage level for undervoltage fault
VBUS.UVFTHRESH
1:1
3618h
0
INT32
361Ah
0
INT32
361Dh
0
U32
3622h
0
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Max. Velocity
VL.LIMITP
3623h
0
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Max. Negative Velocity
VL.LIMITN
3627h
0
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Overspeed
VL.THRESH
3629h
0
INT32
1000:1
RW
no
SW1 Velocity Scaling
Factor
AIN.VSCALE
3656h
0
U64
1:1
RW
no
Initial feedback position
FB1.ORIGIN
3659h
0
INT32
RW
no
Type of acceleration set- UNIT.ACCROTARY
point for the system
365Bh
0
INT32
RW
no
Presetting for motion
task that is processed
later
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MT.NUM
AKD CANopen | 8 Appendix
Index
365Fh
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
index
Scale
map.
0
INT32
RW
no Systemwide Definition
of Velocity/Speed
ASCII object
UNIT.VROTARY
3660h
0
INT32
RW
no
Set Resolution of the
Position
UNIT.PROTARY
366Eh
0
INT32
RW
no
Disable Delaytime with
Holding Brake
MOTOR.TBRAKEAPP
366Fh
0
INT32
RW
no
Enable Delaytime with
Holding Brake
MOTOR.TBRAKERLS
3683h
0
U16
RW
no
Delay for wake and
shake timing
WS.TDELAY1
3685h
0
U16
RW
no
Sets delay for wake and
shake timing
WS.TDELAY2
36D0h
0
U16
RW
no
Sets wake and shake
current-vector appliance
time
WS.T
36D1h
0
U32
1:1
RW
no
Sets the minimum move- WS.DISTMIN
ment required for wake
and shake
36D7h
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no
Sets homing auto move
flag
36E2h
0
U8
RW
no
Sets the number of repe- WS.NUMLOOPS
titions for wake and
shake
36E5h
0
U32
RW
no
CAN baud rate selection FBUS.PARAM01
36E6h
0
U32
RW
no
pll synchronization
FBUS.PARAM02
36E7h
0
U32
RW
no
-
FBUS.PARAM03
36E8h
0
U32
RW
no
SYNC surveillance
FBUS.PARAM04
36E9h
0
U32
RW
no
-
FBUS.PARAM05
36EAh
0
U32
RW
no
-
FBUS.PARAM06
36EBh
0
U32
RW
no
-
FBUS.PARAM07
36ECh
0
U32
RW
no
-
FBUS.PARAM08
36EDh
0
U32
RW
no
-
FBUS.PARAM09
36EEh
0
U32
RW
no
-
FBUS.PARAM10
36F6h
0
INT32
RW
no
Function of Digital Input
5
DIN5.MODE
36F9h
0
INT32
RW
no
Function of Digital Input
6
DIN6.MODE
36FCh
0
U32
RW
no
Function of Digital Input
7
DIN7.MODE
3856h
0
INT32
RW
no
velocity window for profile position mode
MT.TVELWND
5000h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Analog input low-pass
filter cutoff frequency.
AIN.CUTOFF
5001h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Analog input signal dead- AIN.DEADBAND
band.
5002h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Analog current scale fac- AIN.ISCALE
tor.
1:1
HOME.AUTOMOVE
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Index
5003h
140
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
index
Scale
map.
0
UINT32
RW
no Analog input offset.
ASCII object
AIN.OFFSET
5009h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Analog current scale fac- AOUT.ISCALE
tor.
500Bh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Analog output offset.
AOUT.OFFSET
5013h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Controls how often the
excitation is updated.
BODE.EXCITEGAP
5015h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Current command value BODE.IAMP
used during the Bode procedure.
5016h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Sets whether the excitation uses current or
velocity excitation type.
BODE.INJECTPOINT
5019h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Length of the PRB signal before it repeats.
BODE.PRBDEPTH
5060h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Sets the fault relay
mode.
DOUT.RELAYMODE
5080h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Default state of the software enable.
DRV.ENDEFAULT
5083h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Continuous rated current DRV.ICONT
value.
5084h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Peak rated current
value.
DRV.IPEAK
5085h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Current that will be used
during the DRV.ZERO
procedure.
DRV.IZERO
508Ch
0
UINT32
RW
no
Number of Biss Sensor FB1.BISSBITS
(Position) Bits for the
BiSS Mode C encoder in
use.
508Fh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Initial feedback value as
signed or unsigned.
5096h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Current value used dur- FB1.PFINDCMDU
ing the phase finding procedure (PFB.PFIND=1)
5097h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Number of feedback
poles.
FB1.POLES
5099h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Resolver nominal transformation ratio.
FB1.RESKTR
509Ah
0
UINT32
RW
no
Electrical degrees of
phase lag in the
resolver.
FB1.RESREFPHASE
509Ch
0
UINT32
RW
no
Controls tracking calibration algorithm.
FB1.TRACKINGCAL
50B1h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Number of successful
synchronized cycles
needed to lock the PLL.
FBUS.PLLTHRESH
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AKD CANopen | 8 Appendix
Index
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
ASCII object
index
Scale
map.
50BBh
0
UINT32
RW
no Denominator of the elec- GEAR.IN
tronic gearing ratio;
active in opmode 2 (position) only.
50BCh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Electronic gearing
mode; active in opmode
2 (position) only.
GEAR.MODE
50BEh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Numerator of the elecGEAR.OUT
tronic gearing ratio;
active in opmode 2 (position) only.
50E2h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Current loops fieldbus
injected feed-forward
gain
IL.KBUSFF
50FBh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Motor pitch.
MOTOR.PITCH
50FEh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Type of thermal resistor
inside the motor.
MOTOR.RTYPE
MOTOR.TYPE
5104h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Motor type.
510Eh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Motion task to be trigMT.EMERGMT
gered after an emergency stop procedure;
active in opmode 2 (position) only.
5121h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Type of following error
PL.ERRMODE
warning and fault usage.
5128h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Feedback source for the
position loop.
PL.FBSOURCE
5175h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Service motion current
1; active in opmode 0
(torque) only.
SM.I1
5176h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Service motion current
2; active in opmode 0
(torque) only.
SM.I2
5177h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Service motion mode.
SM.MODE
5179h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Service motion time 1.
SM.T1
517Ah
0
UINT32
RW
no
Service motion time 2.
SM.T2
517Eh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Enables and disables
software travel limit
switches.
SWLS.EN
5184h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Linear acceleration/deceleration
units.
UNIT.ACCLINEAR
5187h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Linear position units.
UNIT.PLINEAR
518Ah
0
UINT32
RW
no
Linear velocity units.
UNIT.VLINEAR
518Eh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Voltage level for over
voltage warning.
VBUS.OVWTHRESH
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Index
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
ASCII object
index
Scale
map.
51AEh
0
UINT32
RW
no Feedback source for the VL.FBSOURCE
velocity loop; active in
opmodes 1 (velocity)
and 2 (position) only.
142
51B0h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Mode of velocity generation (Observer, d/dt);
active in opmodes 1
(velocity) and 2 (position) only.
VL.GENMODE
51B3h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Scales the observer
velocity signal; active in
opmodes 1 (velocity)
and 2 (position) only.
VL.KO
51B8h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Ratio of the estimated
VL.LMJR
load moment of inertia
relative to the motor
moment of inertia; active
in opmodes 1 and 2 only.
51BAh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Bandwidth of the
observer in Hz.
VL.OBSBW
51BBh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Observer operating
mode.
VL.OBSMODE
51CBh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Filter mode for Digital In
1.
DIN1.FILTER
51CCh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Filter mode for Digital In
2.
DIN2.FILTER
51CDh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Filter mode for Digital In
3.
DIN3.FILTER
51CEh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Filter mode for Digital In
4.
DIN4.FILTER
51CFh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Filter mode for Digital In
5.
DIN5.FILTER
51D0h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Filter mode for Digital In
6.
DIN6.FILTER
51D1h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Filter mode for Digital In
7.
DIN7.FILTER
51E7h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Modbus User Units
Input parameter
MODBUS.PIN
51E8h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Modbus User Units Out- MODBUS.POUT
put parameter.
51E9h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Feedback Resolution
(per rev) over Modbus.
MODBUS.PSCALE
51ECh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Secondary feedback
(FB2) resolution.
FB2.ENCRES
51EDh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Mode for the second
FB2.MODE
feedback inputs and
high speed digital inputs.
51EEh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Source for the second
feedback input.
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Index
51EFh
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
index
Scale
map.
0
UINT32
RW
no Brake apply timeout for
vertical axis.
ASCII object
MOTOR.TBRAKETO
51F0h
0
UINT32
RW
no
i.p.
MODBUS.MSGLOG
520Ch
0
UINT32
RW
no
Scaling mode for Modbus values.
MODBUS.SCALING
520Dh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Encoder output pulse
width for modes 6 to 7.
DRV.EMUEPULSEWIDTH
520Eh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Enable/disable motor
DRV.EMUvelocity vs. maximum
ECHECKSPEED
emulated encoder velocity monitoring function.
5251h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Analog input deadband
mode.
AIN.DEADBANDMODE
5252h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Analog input mode
AIN.MODE
5253h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Direction of IOs from
X9.
DIO10.DIR
5254h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Inverting the output voltage of the IO, when in
the output direction.
DIO10.INV
5255h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Direction of IOs from
X9.
DIO11.DIR
5256h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Inverting the output voltage of the IO, when in
the output direction.
DIO11.INV
5257h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Direction of IOs from
X9.
DIO9.DIR
5258h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Inverting the output voltage of the IO, when in
the output direction.
DIO9.INV
5259h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Fault Action for Fault
130.
FAULT130.ACTION
525Ah
0
UINT32
RW
no
Fault Action for Fault
131.
FAULT131.ACTION
525Bh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Fault Action for Fault
132.
FAULT132.ACTION
525Ch
0
UINT32
RW
no
Fault Action for Fault
133.
FAULT134.ACTION
525Dh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Fault Action for Fault
702.
FAULT702.ACTION
525Eh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Method of acquiring IP
Address.
IP.MODE
525Fh
0
UINT32
RW
no
Load inertia.
LOAD.INERTIA
5260h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Motor back EMF constant.
MOTOR.KE
5261h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Changing voltage thresh- VBUS.HALFVOLT
olds for HV and MV
Drives
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Index
5262h
144
Sub- Data Type Float Access PDO Description
ASCII object
index
Scale
map.
0
UINT32
RW
no Direction for the second FB2.DIR
feedback input (X9 and
X7).
5263h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Feedback for handwheel DRV.HANDWHEELSRC
operation.
5264h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Delay time between inac- DRV.HWENDELAY
tive Hardware Enable
input and drive disable.
5265h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Index into the Current
Loop Gain Scheduling
Table.
IL.KPLOOKUPINDEX
5266h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Value of the current loop
gain scheduling index.
IL.KPLOOKUPVALUE
5267h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Fault Action for Fault
451.
FAULT451.ACTION
5268h
0
UINT32
RW
no
Brake Immediately in
the case of a drive disable.
MOTOR.BRAKEIMM
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8.1.4 Profile specific SDOs
Index
6040h
Subindex
0
6041h
0
U16
RO
yes
Status word
—
6060h
0
INT8
RW
yes
Modes of Operation
—
6061h
0
INT8
RO
yes
Modes of Operation Display
—
6063h
0
INT32
RO
yes
Position actual value (increments)
—
6064h
0
INT32
1:1
RO
yes
Position actual value (position units)
PL.FB
6065h
0
U32
1:1
RW
no
Following error window
PL.
ERRFTHRESH
606Bh
0
INT32
1:1
RO
no
Velocity demand value
VL.CMD
606Ch
0
INT32
1000:1
RO
yes
Velocity actual value (PDO
in RPM)
VL.FB
606Dh
0
U16
RW
yes
Velocity window
606Eh
0
U16
RW
yes
Velocity window time
6071h
0
INT16
RW
yes
Target torque
—
6072h
0
U16
RW
yes
Max torque
—
6073h
0
U16
RW
no
Max current
6077h
0
INT16
RO
yes
Torque actual value
—
607Ah
0
INT32
1:1
RW
yes
Target position
MT.P
607Ch
0
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Reference offset
HOME.P
RO
no
Number of entries
607Dh
Data Type Float Access PDO Description
Scale
map.
U16
WO
yes Control word
ASCII object
ARRAY
—
Software position limit
607Dh
0
U8
607Dh
1
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Software position limit 1
SWLS.LIMIT0
607Dh
2
INT32
1:1
RW
no
Software position limit 2
SWLS.LIMIT1
6081h
0
U32
1:1
RW
yes
Profile Velocity
MT.V
6083h
0
U32
1:1
RW
yes
Profile Acceleration
MT.ACC,
DRV.ACC
6084h
0
U32
1:1
RW
yes
Profile Deceleration
MT.DEC,
DRV.DEC
Position encoder resolution
—
608Fh
ARRAY
608Fh
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
608Fh
1
U32
RW
no
Encoder increments
—
608Fh
2
U32
RW
no
Motor revolutions
6091h
ARRAY
Gear ratio
—
—
6091h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
6091h
1
U32
RW
no
Motor revolution
6091h
2
U32
RW
no
Shaft revolutions
6092h
ARRAY
Feed constant
—
6092h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
6092h
1
U32
RW
no
Feed
UNIT.PIN
6092h
2
U32
RW
no
Shaft revolutions
—
6098h
0
INT8
RW
no
Homing type
HOME.MODE,
HOME.DIR
Homing velocity
—
6099h
ARRAY
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Index
6099h
Subindex
0
6099h
1
U32
ASCII object
6099h
2
U32
609Ah
0
U32
60B1h
0
INT32
60B2h
0
INT16
60B8h
0
60B9h
1:1
—
RW
no
Speed while searching for
limit switch
HOME.V
RW
no
Speed while searching for
zero mark
HOME.
FEEDRATE
1:1
RW
no
Homing acceleration
HOME.ACC,
HOME.DEC
1:1
RW
yes
Velocity offset
VL.BUSFF
RW
yes
Torque offset (PDO only)
U16
RW
yes
Touch probe function
—
0
U16
RW
yes
Touch probe status
—
60BAh
0
INT32
RW
yes
Touch probe 1 positive edge
—
60BBh
0
INT32
RW
yes
Touch probe 1 negative edge —
60BCh
0
INT32
RW
yes
Touch probe 2 positive edge
60BDh
0
INT32
RW
yes
Touch probe 2 negative edge —
60C0h
0
INT16
RW
no
60C1h
ARRAY
—
Interpolation submode
select
—
Interpolation data record
—
Number of entries
—
60C1h
0
U8
RO
no
60C1h
1
INT32
RW
yes
Interpolation target position
—
60C1h
2
U32
RW
yes
Interpolation time
—
60C1h
3
INT32
RW
yes
Interpolation target velocity
—
Interpolation time period
—
60C2h
RECORD
60C2h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
FBUS.
SAMPLEPERIOD
60C2h
1
U8
RW
no
Interpolation time units
—
60C2h
2
INT16
RW
no
Interpolation time index
—
Interpolation data configuration
—
60C4h
RECORD
60C4h
0
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
—
60C4h
1
U32
RO
no
Maximum buffer size
—
60C4h
2
U32
RO
yes
Actual buffer size
—
60C4h
3
U8
RW
no
Buffer organization
—
60C4h
4
U16
RW
no
Buffer position
—
60C4h
5
U8
WO
no
Siza of data record
—
60C4h
6
U8
WO
no
Buffer clear
—
Touch probe source
—
60D0h
ARRAY
60D0h
0
U8
RO
no
Highest sub-index supported -
60D0h
1
INT16
RW
no
Touch probe 1 source
—
60D0h
2
INT16
RW
no
Touch probe 2 source
—
60F4h
0
INT32
RO
yes
Following error actual value
PL.ERR
60FDh
0
U32
RO
yes
Digital inputs
DIN1.MODE TO
DIN6.MODE
60FEh
60FEh
146
Data Type Float Access PDO Description
Scale
map.
U8
RO
no
Number of entries
ARRAY
0
U8
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RO
no
Number of entries
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Index
60FEh
Subindex
1
Data Type Float Access PDO Description
Scale
map.
U32
RW
yes Physical outputs
60FEh
2
U32
60FFh
0
INT32
6502h
0
U32
1000:1
RW
no
RW
yes
RO
no
ASCII object
Bit mask
Target velocity
VL.CMDU
Supported drive modes
—
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8.2 Examples
8.2.1 Examples, setup
All examples are valid for the AKD. All values are hexadecimal.
8.2.1.1 Basic testing of the connection to the AKD controls
When the AKD is switched on, a boot-up message is transmitted over the bus. The telegram
continues to be transmitted, as long as it has not yet found a suitable receiver in the bus system.
If a CAN master is unable to recognize this message, then the following measures can be
taken to test communication:
l
l
l
l
l
l
148
Check the bus cable: correct characteristic impedance, correct termination resistors at
both ends?
With a multimeter: check the quiescent level of the bus cables CAN-H and CAN-L
against CAN-GND (approx. 2.5 V).
With an oscilloscope: check the output signals on CAN-H and CAN-L at the AKD. Are
signals being transmitted on the bus? The voltage difference between CAN-H and
CAN-L for a logical "0" is approx. 2-3 V.
Does signal transmission stop if the master is connected?
Check the master hardware.
Check the master software!
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8.2.1.2 Example: Operating the Status Machine
The status machine must be used sequentially during boot-up period. Leaving out a state
(except for state “switched on”) is not possible.
When the AKD is switched on and the boot-up message has been detected, communication
via SDOs can be initiated. For example: all the parameters can be read out or written to, or
the status machine for the drive can be controlled.
The state of the status machine can be obtained through the query of Object 6041h Sub 0.
Directly after switch-on, a value will be returned, such as 0240h. This corresponds to the
status "Switch on disabled".
The following data would then be visible on the CAN bus:
COB-ID
603
Control
byte
40
583
4B
Index
LSB
MSB
41
60
41
60
SubData
Comment
index
00h 40 00 00 00
00h 40 02 00 00 response telegram
2 bytes of
data
status
If the supply power is present and the hardware enable is at the High level (24 V to DGND)
then you can try to switch the drive to the state "Switched on" by writing the Control word
(Object 6040 Sub 0). If this is successful, there will be a positive acknowledgement in the
SDO reply (control byte 0 in the data field = 60h).
Switch on
The messages then appear as follows:
COB-ID
603
Control
byte
2B
Index
LSB
MSB
40
60
SubData
Comment
index
00h 06 00 00 00 Shut down
583
60
40
60
00h 00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h 07 00 00 00 Switch on
583
60
40
60
00h 00 00 00 00 response telegram
control word = 0x0007 meaning:
Bit 0, Bit 1, Bit 2 set => Switch On,
Disable Voltage off, Quick Stop off
Status query 2
The new status can then be queried again, and returns the following result:
COB-ID
603
Control
byte
40
583
4B
Index
LSB
MSB
41
60
41
60
Subindex
00h
Data
—
Comment
query status
00h 33 02 00 00 response telegram
Status = 0x0233 meaning:
Bit 0, Bit 1, Bit 5 set => ready to Switch On,
Bit 9 set => remote, operation possible via RS232
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8.2.1.3 Example: Jog Mode via SDO
The motor shall work with constant velocity.
COB-ID Control
byte
603
2F
Index
SubLSB MSB index
Data
Comment
60
60
00h 03 00 00 00 Mode of operation “Profile Velocity”
583
60
60
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
FF
60
00h
00 00 00 00 setpoint=0
583
60
FF
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
06 00 00 00 shutdown
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
07 00 00 00 switch on
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
0F 00 00 00 enable operation
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
FF
60
00h
00 41 00 00 velocity setpoint
583
60
FF
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
0F 01 00 00 Intermediate Stop
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
8.2.1.4 Example: Torque Mode via SDO
The motor shall work with constant torque. CAN data:
COB-ID Control
byte
603
2F
150
LSB
60
Index
MSB
60
Subindex
Data
Comment
00h 04 00 00 00 Mode of operation “Torque”
583
60
60
60
00h 00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
71
60
00h 00 00 00 00 setpoint=0
583
60
71
60
00h 00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h 06 00 00 00 shutdown
583
60
40
60
00h 00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h 07 00 00 00 switch on
583
60
40
60
00h 00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h 0F 00 00 00 enable operation
583
60
40
60
00h 00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
71
60
00h 90 01 00 00 setpoint 400 mA
583
60
71
60
00h 00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h 0F 01 00 00 intermediate Stop
583
60
40
60
00h 00 00 00 00 response telegram
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8.2.1.5 Example: Jog Mode via PDO
It is useful to disable unused PDOs. In Operation Mode "Digital Velocity" a digital speed setpoint is transmitted via RXPDO. Actual position and actual speed is read via a TXPDO triggered by SYNC.
COB-ID Control
Index
byte LSB MSB
603
2F
60
60
Subindex
00h
Data
Comment
03 00 00 00 mode of operation “Profile Velocity”
583
60
60
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
00
16
00h
00 00 00 00 delete entries for the first RXPDO
583
60
00
16
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
00
16
01h
20 00 FF 60 mapping RXPDO1, Object 60FF,
Subindex 0 speed setpoint, data
length 32bit
583
60
00
16
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
00
16
00h
01 00 00 00 confirm number of mapped objects
583
60
00
16
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
00
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 delete entries for the first TXPDO
583
60
00
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
00
1A
01h
20 00 64 60 mapping TXPDO1/1, Object6064,
Subindex 0 current position value in
SI units, data length 32bit
583
60
00
1A
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
00
1A
02h
20 00 6C 60 mapping TXPDO1/2, Object606C,
Subindex 0 current speed value,
data length 32bit
583
60
00
1A
02h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
00
1A
00h
02 00 00 00 check number of mapped objects
583
60
00
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
00
18
02h
01 00 00 00 set TXPDO1 to synchronous, transmission with every SYNC
583
60
00
18
02h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
01
18
01h
83 02 00 80 disable TPDO2, set bit 31 (80h)
583
60
01
18
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
02
18
01h
83 03 00 80 disable TPDO3
583
60
02
18
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
03
18
01h
83 04 00 80 disabled TPDO4
583
60
03
18
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
01
14
01h
03 03 00 80 disabled RPDO2
583
60
01
14
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
02
14
01h
03 04 00 80 disabled RPDO3
583
60
02
14
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
03
14
01h
03 05 00 80 disabled RPDO4
583
60
03
14
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
000
01 03
enable NMT
603
2B
40
60
00h
06 00 00 00 shutdown
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
07 00 00 00 switch on
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
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COB-ID Control
Index
byte LSB MSB
603
2B
40
60
583
60
40
60
Subindex
00h
00h
203
Comment
0F 00 00 00 enable operation
00 00 00 00 response telegram
00 40
080
velocity setpoint
send SYNC
183
152
Data
FE 45 01 00 response
A6 AB 1A 00
603
2B
40
60
00h
0F 01 00 00 intermediate stop
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
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8.2.1.6 Example: Torque Mode via PDO
It is useful to disable unused PDOs. The first TX_PDO shall transmit the actual current value
with every SYNC.
COB-ID
603
Control
byte
2F
Index
LSB MSB
60
60
Subindex
00h
583
60
60
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
00
16
00h
00 00 00 00 delete entry for the first RXPDO
583
60
00
16
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
00
16
01h
10 00 71 60 mapping RXPDO1, Object6071,
Subindex 0 current setpoint,
data length 16bit
583
60
00
16
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
00
16
00h
01 00 00 00 check number of mapped
objects
583
60
00
16
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
00
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 delete entry for TXPDO1
583
60
00
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
00
1A
01h
10 00 77 60 mapping TXPDO1, Object6077,
Subindex 0 actual current value,
Data length16bit
583
60
00
1A
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
00
1A
00h
01 00 00 00 number of mapped objects
583
60
00
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
00
18
02h
01 00 00 00 set TXPDO1 to synchronous,
transmission with every SYNC
583
60
00
18
02h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
01
18
01h
83 02 00 80 disable TPDO2, set bit 31 (80h)
583
60
01
18
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
02
18
01h
83 03 00 80 disable TPDO3
583
60
02
18
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
03
18
01h
83 04 00 80 disabled TPDO4
583
60
03
18
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
01
14
01h
03 03 00 80 disabled RPDO2
583
60
01
14
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
02
14
01h
03 04 00 80 disabled RPDO3
583
60
02
14
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
03
14
01h
03 05 00 80 disabled RPDO4
583
60
03
14
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
000
Data
Comment
04 00 00 00 Mode of operation “Torque”
01 03
enable NMT
603
2B
40
60
00h
06 00 00 00 shutdown
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
07 00 00 00 switch on
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
0F 00 00 00 enable operation
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
203
12 02
setpoint 530 mA
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COB-ID
Control
byte
Index
LSB MSB
Subindex
Data
080
Comment
send SYNC
183
19 02
actual value 537 mA
603
2B
40
60
00h
0F 01 00 00 intermediate stop
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
8.2.1.7 Example: Homing via SDO
When the AKD is operated as a linear axis, a reference/homing point must be defined before
positioning tasks can be executed. This must be done by executing a homing run in the Homing mode (0x6).
This example shows the procedure in the Homing mode.
Now some of the parameters that affect the homing movement are set via the bus. If you can
be absolutely certain that no-one has altered the parameters in the servoamplifier, then this
part can be omitted, since the servoamplifier save the data in non-volatile memory. The
inputs must be configured as limit switches.
Because the dimension parameters are not finally defined in DS402, you must select these
units:
UNIT.PROTARY = 3
UNIT.VROTARY = 3
UNIT.ACCROTARY = 3
The basic setup of the servoamplifier must be done with the help of the setup software before starting the homing run. The resolution has been set to 10000 µm/turn in this example.
COB-ID Control
byte
703
00
154
Index
LSB MSB
Subindex
Data
Comment
boot-up message
603
40
41
60
00h
00 00 00 00 read profile status
583
4B
41
60
00h
40 02 00 00 response : 0240h
603
23
99
60
01h
10 27 00 00 vref=10000 counts/s until limit
switch is reached
583
60
99
60
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
99
60
02h
88 13 00 00 vref=5000 counts/s from limit
switch to zero mark
583
60
99
60
02h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
9A
60
00h
10 27 00 00 Decel. and Accel. ramp
1000counts/s²
583
60
9A
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
7C
60
00h
A8 61 00 00 Reference offset 25000counts
583
60
7C
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
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Homing type (6098h)
COB-ID Control
byte
603
2F
Index
LSB MSB
60
60
SubData
Comment
index
00h 06 00 00 00 mode of operation = homing
583
60
60
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
40
41
60
00h
00 00 00 00 read profile status, response:
0250h Voltage Enabled
583
4B
41
60
00h
40 02 00 00 response : 0240h
603
2B
40
60
00h
06 00 00 00 Control word Transition_2,
"ready to switch on". Shutdown
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
07 00 00 00 Transition_3, "switch on".
switch on
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
0F 00 00 00 Transition_4,"operation enable"
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
40
41
60
00h
00 00 00 00 read profile status
583
4B
41
60
00h
37 02 00 00 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
1F 00 00 00 Homing_operation_start
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
40
41
60
00h
00 00 00 00 read profile status
583
4B
41
60
00h
37 02 00 00 response: homing not finished
603
40
41
60
00h
00 00 00 00 read profile status
583
4B
41
60
00h
37 16 00 00 response:homing finished
Bit 12 in SDO 6041 indicates, whether homing is finished. Reading of the profile status is not
necessary.
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8.2.1.8 Example: Using the Profile Position Mode
This example shows the operation of the Profile position mode.The PDOs are set as follows:
First RPDO
No special mapping necessary, because the default mapping enters the controlword
RXPDO1.
Second RPDO
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
603
2F
01
16
00h
583
60
01
16
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
01
16
01h
20 00 7A 60 RPDO2, entry 1:
target_position
583
60
01
16
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
01
16
02h
20 00 81 60 RPDO2, entry 2:
profile_velocity
583
60
01
16
02h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
01
16
00h
02 00 00 00 enter number of mapped
objects
583
60
01
16
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
00 00 00 01 RPDO2: delete mapping
First TPDO
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
603
2F
00
1A
00h
00 00 00 01 TPDO1: delete mapping
583
60
00
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
00
1A
01h
10 00 41 60 TPDO1, entry 1:
profile statusword
583
60
00
1A
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
00
1A
00h
01 00 00 00 enter number of mapped
objects
583
60
00
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
Second TPDO
COB-ID
156
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
603
2F
01
1A
00h
00 00 00 01 TPDO2: delete mapping
583
60
01
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
01
1A
01h
20 00 64 60 TPDO2, entry 1:
position_actual_value
583
60
01
1A
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
01
1A
02h
20 00 6C 60 TPDO2, entry 2:
velocity_actual_value
583
60
01
1A
02h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
01
1A
00h
02 00 00 00 enter number of mapped
objects
583
60
01
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
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The second TPDO should be sent with every SYNC by the servoamplifier.
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
603
2F
01
18
02h
01 00 00 00 TPDO2 with every SYNC
583
60
01
18
02h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
Disable unused TPDOs.
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
603
23
02
18
01h
83 03 00 80 disable TPDO3
583
60
02
18
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
03
18
01h
83 04 00 80 disable TPDO4
583
60
03
18
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
Disable unused RPDOs.
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
603
23
02
14
01h
03 04 00 80 disable RPDO3
583
60
02
14
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
03
14
01h
03 05 00 80 disable RPDO4
583
60
03
14
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
Define mechanical resolution via Object 6092h, Subindex 01h and 02h.
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
603
23
93
60
01h
00 00 10 00 2E20 increments
583
60
93
60
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
93
60
02h
A0 8C 00 00 3600 user units
583
60
93
60
02h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
After defining the PDOs they can be released with the NMT.
COB-ID
Data
Comment
000
01 03
enable NMT
183
40 02
profile status
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Now the homing can be set and started.
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
2F
60
60
00h
583
60
60
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
2F
98
60
00h
0C 00 00 00 homing type 12, negative
direction (DS402)
583
60
98
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
99
60
01h
40 19 01 00 homing speed
72000 units/s=2s-1
583
80
99
60
01h
31 00 09 06 response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
06 00 00 00 Transition_2,"ready to
switch on".Shutdown
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
183
06 00 00 00 Operation mode = homing
21 02
response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
07 00 00 00 Transition_3,"switch
on".Switch on
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
183
33 02
response telegram
603
2B
40
60
00h
0F 00 00 00 Control word: Operation
Enable
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
183
603
37 02
2B
40
60
00h
response telegram
1F 00 00 00 start homing
response telegram
response: target reached
response: homing
attained
583
60
40
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
183
37 06
183
37 16
Finish homing with Control word 1_RPDO.
COB-ID
Data
203
0F 00
Comment
Switch to Profile Position Mode and set ramps for positioning.
COB-ID
158
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
603
2F
60
60
00h
01 00 00 00 Profile Positioning Mode
583
60
60
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
83
60
00h
32 00 00 00 50ms acceleration time
583
60
83
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
603
23
84
60
00h
32 00 00 00 50ms deceleration time
583
60
84
60
00h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
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Setpoint.
COB-ID
Data
303
Comment
20 4E 00 00 Pos 8CA0 =36000µm ; V= 20000 µm/s
080
send a SYNC
283
BB F8 FF FF response telegram
Set controlword with „new setpoint“ by bit (bit 4).
COB-ID
Data
203
1F 00
Comment
Wait
COB-ID
Data
Comment
183
37 12
setpoint acknowledge
Reset controlword with „new setpoint“ by bit (bit 4) reset.
COB-ID
Data
Comment
203
0F 00
183
37 02
reset Setpoint acknowledge
COB-ID
Data
Comment
183
37 06
response: target reached
Wait.
080
SYNC
283
92 FC FF FF response: 92 FC position , FF FF speed
8.2.1.9 Example: ASCII Communication
The following example reads the active faults from the drive (ASCII command
DRV.FAULTS).
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
601
23
26
20
01h
44 52 56 2E send ASCII code "DRV."
581
60
26
20
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
601
23
26
20
01h
46 41 55 4C send ASCII code "FAUL"
581
60
26
20
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
601
23
26
20
01h
54 53 0D 0A send ASCII code "TS\r\n"
581
60
26
20
01h
00 00 00 00 response telegram
601
40
26
20
02h
00 00 00 00 read response
581
43
26
20
02h
3E 4E 6F 20 read ASCII code ">No"
601
40
26
20
02h
00 00 00 00 read response
581
43
26
20
02h
66 61 75 6C read ASCII code "FAUL"
601
40
26
20
02h
00 00 00 00 read response
581
43
26
20
02h
74 73 20 61 read ASCII code "ts a"
601
40
26
20
02h
00 00 00 00 read response
581
43
26
20
02h
63 64 69 76 read ASCII code "ctiv"
601
40
26
20
02h
00 00 00 00 read response
581
43
26
20
02h
66 0A 0D 0A read ASCII code "e\n\r\n"
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8.2.1.10 Test for SYNC telegrams
Configuration
l
l
l
Assign Target Position and Profile Velocity to a PDO (2nd receive-PDO)
Assign Actual Position to a PDO (1st transmit-PDO), generated with every 2nd SYNC.
Assign Status word and Manufacturer Status to a PDO (2nd transmit-PDO), generated
with every 3rd SYNC.
Telegrams with the corresponding responses:
COB-ID
Control
byte
Index
LSB
MSB
Subindex
Data
603
2F
01
16
00h
583
60
01
16
00h
00 00 00 00
603
23
01
16
01h
20 00 7A 60 RPDO2, entry 1: target position
583
60
01
16
01h
00 00 00 00
603
23
01
16
02h
20 00 81 60 RPDO2, entry 2: profile velocity
583
60
01
16
02h
00 00 00 00
603
2F
01
16
00h
02 00 00 00 RPDO2: enter number of
mapped objects
583
60
01
16
00h
00 00 00 00
603
2F
00
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 TPDO1: delete mapping
583
60
00
1A
00h
00 00 00 00
603
23
00
1A
01h
20 00 64 60 TPDO1: entry 1: Actual Position
583
60
00
1A
01h
00 00 00 00
603
2F
00
1A
00h
01 00 00 00 TPDO1: enter number of
mapped objects
583
60
00
1A
00h
00 00 00 00
603
2F
00
18
02h
02 00 00 00 TPDO1: send with every 2nd SYNC
583
60
00
18
02h
00 00 00 00
603
2F
01
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 TPDO2: delete mapping
583
60
01
1A
00h
00 00 00 00
603
23
01
1A
01h
10 00 41 60 TPDO2: entry 1: Status word
583
60
01
1A
01h
00 00 00 00
603
23
01
1A
02h
20 00 02 10 TPDO2: entry 2: Manufacturer
Status
583
60
01
1A
02h
00 00 00 00
603
2F
01
16
00h
02 00 00 00 TPDO2: enter number of
mapped objects
583
60
01
16
00h
00 00 00 00
603
2F
01
18
02h
03 00 00 00 TPDO2: send with every 3rd
SYNC
583
60
01
18
02h
00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 RPDO2: delete mapping
SYNC-Object
COB-ID Comment
080
160
Object 181 (TPDO 1) appears at every 2nd SYNC
Object 281 (TPDO 2) appears at every 3rd SYNC
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Emergency-Object
If, for instance, the resolver connector is disconnected, a serious error will be caused in the
controller. This results in an Emergency telegram.
COB-ID
Emergency error
Low
High
Error
register
081
10
43
08
00 00 00 00 motor temperature, temperature,
manufacturer specific
081
00
00
88
00 00 00 00
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8.2.2 Examples, special applications
8.2.2.1 Example: External Trajectory with Interpolated Position Mode
This example shows the possible application for giving two axes position setpoints within
one PDO.
Controller structure for the position controller within the drive:
All data are hexadecimal. In the example, the two axes in the system have the station
addresses 1 and 2.
Before you begin this procedure, the axes should be homed (just for this example).
The common PDO contains 2 IP (interpolated position) – setpoints and can be transmitted
simultaneously to two stations, whereby each station can extract the relevant data. The
other data can be made ignored by using dummy entries (Object 2100 sub 0). For this purpose both axes must react on the same RPDO-COB-ID.
Action
Do the RPDO2-mapping for both axis:
Axis 1:
COB-ID
162
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
601
2F
01
16
00h
581
60
01
16
00h
00 00 00 00
601
23
01
16
01h
20 01 C1 60 RPDO2, entry 1: IP setpoint axis 1
581
60
01
16
01h
00 00 00 00
601
23
01
16
02h
20 00 00 21 RPDO2, entry 2: Dummy
entry 4 bytes
581
60
01
16
02h
00 00 00 00
601
2F
01
16
00h
02 00 00 00 RPDO2, enter number of
mapped objects
581
60
01
16
00h
00 00 00 00
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Axis 2:
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
602
2F
01
16
00h
00 00 00 00 RPDO2: delete mapping
582
60
01
16
00h
00 00 00 00
602
23
01
16
02h
20 00 00 21 RPDO2, entry 1: Dummy
entry 4 bytes
582
60
01
16
02h
00 00 00 00
602
23
01
16
01h
20 01 C1 60 RPDO2, entry 2: IP setpoint axis 2
582
60
01
16
01h
00 00 00 00
602
2F
01
16
00h
02 00 00 00 RPDO2, enter number of
mapped objects
582
60
01
16
00h
00 00 00 00
602
23
01
16
01h
01 03 00 00 RPDO2: Set COB-ID identical to axis 1
582
60
01
16
01h
00 00 00 00
Now both axis react to the same COB-identifier 0x301, axis 1 takes byte 0 to 3 as IP setpoint, axis 2 takes byte 4 to 7. The second TPDOs shall contain the actual position in increments and the manufacturer status.
Mapping configuration for axis 1:
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
601
2F
01
1A
00h
00 00 00 00 TPDO2: delete mapping
581
60
01
1A
00h
00 00 00 00
601
23
01
1A
01h
20 00 63 60 TPDO2, entry 1: actual
position (increments)
581
60
01
1A
01h
00 00 00 00
601
23
01
1A
02h
20 00 02 10 TPDO2, entry 2: Dummy
entry 4 bytes
581
60
01
1A
02h
00 00 00 00
601
2F
01
1A
00h
02 00 00 00 TPDO2, enter number of
mapped objects
581
60
01
1A
00h
00 00 00 00
The same must be done for axis 2.
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Here it is assumed that both drives accept new trajectory values with every SYNC command, and must return their incremen tal position and manufacturer status values. The communication parameters must be set accordingly.
Axis 1:
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
601
2F
01
14
02h
01 00 00 00 RPDO2 axis 1, reaction on
every sync
581
60
01
14
02h
00 00 00 00
602
2F
01
14
02h
01 00 00 00 RPDO2 axis 2, reaction on
every sync
582
60
01
14
02h
00 00 00 00
601
2F
01
18
02h
01 00 00 00 TPDO2 axis 1, reaction on
every sync
581
60
01
18
02h
00 00 00 00
602
2F
01
18
02h
01 00 00 00 TPDO2 axis 2, reaction on
every sync
582
60
01
18
02h
00 00 00 00
The other Tx-PDOs 3 and 4 should be switched off to minimize bus-load:
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
601
23
02
18
01h
81 03 00 80 Switch off TPDO3
581
60
02
18
01h
00 00 00 00
601
23
03
18
01h
81 04 00 80 Switch off TPDO4
581
60
03
18
01h
00 00 00 00
The same must be done for axis 2.
In order to be able to make trajectory movements, both drives must be operating in the appropriate mode. This is set through Index 6060h:
COB-ID
Control
Index
Sub-
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
601
2F
60
60
00h
07 00 00 00 Set IP mode for axis 1
581
60
60
60
00h
00 00 00 00
602
2F
60
60
00h
07 00 00 00 Set IP mode for axis 2
582
60
60
60
00h
00 00 00 00
The cycle interval for the IP-mode shall be 1 ms. This must be defined with Object 60C1 sub
1 and 2:
COB-ID
Control
Index
Data
Comment
byte
LSB
MSB
index
601
2F
C2
60
01h
01 00 00 00 Interpolation time unit 1
581
60
C2
60
01h
00 00 00 00
601
2F
C2
60
02h
FD 00 00 00 Interpolation time index -3
-> Cycle time = 1 * 10 -3 s
581
60
C2
60
02h
00 00 00 00
The same must be done for axis 2.
164
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To start up the axes, the drives must be put into the operational status (operation enable) and
the network management functions must be started.
The network management functions enable the application of the Process Data Objects
(PDOs) and are initia lized by the following telegram for both axes:
Switch the NMT (Network Management) status machine to operation enable:
COB-ID
Command specifier (CS)
Node-ID
0
1
1
Comment
NMT enable for all axes
Next, power is applied to each drive, and they are put into the operation enable condition.
This should be done in steps with waiting for the appropriate reaction of the drive (e.g. axis
1):
COB-ID
Data Comment
201
06 00
Shutdown command
181
31 02
State Ready_to_switch_on
201
07 00
Switch_on command
181
33 02
State Switched_on
201
0F 00 Enable_operation command
181
37 02
201
1F 00 Enable IP-mode
181
37 12
State Operation_enabled
IP-mode enable
The configuration above now enables a cyclical sequence, as shown in the diagram:
RPDO 2 can now be used to supply trajectory data for both axes, e.g.:
COB-ID
301
Byte 0 Byte 1 Byte 2 Byte 3 Byte 4 Byte 5 Byte 6
F4
01
00
00
E8
03
00
Byte 7
00
In this example, the first axis receives a trajectory value of 500 increments (Bytes 0 to 3) and
the second axis receives a trajectory value of 1000 increments.
The axes accept these values, and the positioning is made when the next SYNC telegram is
received.
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SYNC telegram
COB-ID
080
Afterwards, both axes send back their incremental positions and the contents of their status
registers when the SYNC Object with the COB-ID for the 2ndTPDO is received.
COBID
Byte Byte Byte Byte Byte Byte Byte Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 Comment
181
23
01
00
00
00
00
03
44
position + manufacturer
status register for axis1
182
A5
02
00
00
00
00
03
44
position + manufacturer
status register for axis2
If an error occurs during operation, the axis transmits an Emergency message, which could
appear like this:
Emergency Object
COB-ID Emergency error
Error
Category
Low
High
register
081
10
43
08
01
00 00 00 00 motor temperature, temperature, manufacturerspecific
081
00
00
08
00
00 00 00 00
8.2.2.2 Example: PVT Interpolation
This example shows the possible application for PVT. The PVT feature is cubic polynomial
interpolation using target position, velocity and time from CAN bus. All data in this example
is hexadecimal. Make sure that the firmware in your drive supports the PVT feature.
Step 1: Do the PDO mapping
COB- Control
Index
ID
byte
LSB MSB
601
23
01
14
Subindex
01
Data
Comment
01 03 00 80 Stop possible transmit of RPDO2
601
2F
01
16
00
00 00 00 00 Delete actual mapping of RPDO2
601
23
01
16
01
20 01 C1 60 Build the mapping for 60C1 sub1
601
23
01
16
02
20 02 C1 60 Build the mapping for 60C1 sub2
601
2F
01
16
00
02 00 00 00 Enter number of mapped object
601
23
01
14
01
01 03 00 00 Enable transmit of RPDO2
601
23
02
14
01
01 04 00 80 Stop possible transmit of RPDO3
601
2F
02
16
00
00 00 00 00 Delete actual mapping of RPDO3
601
23
02
16
01
20 03 C1 60 Build the mapping for 60C1 sub2
601
2F
02
16
00
01 00 00 00 Enter number of mapped object
601
23
02
14
01
01 04 00 00 Enable transmit of RPDO3
Step 2: Set PDO transmission type
Assuming the drive accepts new trajectory values with every SYNC command, the communication parameters must be set accordingly.
COB- Control
Index
ID
byte
LSB MSB
601
23
01
14
601
166
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14
Subindex
02
Data
Comment
01 00 00 00 RPDO2 transmit with every sync
02
01 00 00 00 RPDO3 transmit with every sync
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Step 3: Switch off unused TxPDO
TxPDO which is not used, should be switch off to minimize bus-load. In this example, all
TxPDO are not used, and all are switched off.
COBID
601
Control
byte
23
Index
LSB
MSB
00
18
Subindex
01
601
23
01
601
23
601
23
Data
Comment
81 02 00 80
Switch off TPDO1
18
01
81 02 00 80
Switch off TPDO2
02
18
01
81 03 00 80
Switch off TPDO3
03
18
01
81 04 00 80
Switch off TPDO4
Step 4: Set interpolation mode
COB- Control
Index
ID
byte
LSB MSB
601
2B
C0
60
601
2F
60
Subindex
00
00 00 FE FF
Set PVT interpolation mode
00
07 00 00 00
Set IP mode
60
Data
Comment
Step 5: Configure parameters for PVT segments
This step is optional depending on the application. It serves to modify the resolution or range
of the PVT segments. AKD have default values for these two objects. The following example
sets the default values.
COBID
601
Control
byte
2B
Index
LSB
MSB
8F
60
601
2F
4C
601
2F
4C
Subindex
01
Data
Comment
00 00 10 00
Default value 220
20
01
01 00 00 00
Default value 1
20
02
01 00 00 00
Default value 1
Step 6: Switch NMT
The network management functions enable the application of the Process Data Objects
(PDOs).
COB_ID
0
Command specifier (CS)
1
Node-ID
1
Comment
NMT enable
Step 7: Enable the drive
This assumes that default TPDO1 map is not changed. Execute the following steps, waiting
for the appropriate reaction of the drive.
COB_ID
201
Data
06 00
Comment
Shutdown command
201
07 00
Switch on command
201
0F 00
Enable command
201
1F 00
Enable IP-mode
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Step 8: Check the actual buffer size
Always check the actual buffer size before transmitting a PVT segment and make sure the
usable buffer size is not 0..
COBID
601
Control
byte
40
Index
LSB MSB
C4
60
Subindex
02
Data
Comment
00 00 00 00
Step 9: Transmit PVT segment
RPDO2 and RPDO3 can now be used to supply trajectory data, set the PVT segment value
as required and transmit it.
The target position is absolute. Make sure that the first segment is based on the current position. The trajectory is a move from current position to the first set point.
COB_ID Byte Byte Byte Byte Byte Byte Byte Byte Comment
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
301
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Position and velocity command
401
00
80
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00
00
Time
sync
AKD CANopen | 9 Index
6
9 Index
1
1000h
1001h
1002h
1003h
1005h
1006h
1008h
1009h
100Ah
100Ch
100Dh
1010h
1011h
1014h
1016h
1017h
1018h
1026h
1400-1403h
1600-1603h
1800-1803h
1A00-1A03h
49
50
51
52
53
53
54
54
54
55
55
56
57
58
58
59
59
61
85
86
88
90
2
2000h
2001h
2002h
2014-2017h
2018h
2026h
204Ch
2071h
2077h
20A0h
20A1h
20A2h
20A3h
20A4h
20A5h
20A6h
20A7h
20B8h
62
62
63
64
65
66
99
105
105
67
67
67
68
68
69
69
70
70
94
95
97
98
107
108
108
103
106
106
106
118
114
119
120
120
120
100
101
102
114
116
116
123
123
77
78
79
79
79
80
109
110
111
112
80
108
81
82
104
83
A
Abbreviations
71
73
74
75
12
B
Basic data types
Basic testing
3
345Ah
3474h
3475h
3496h
6040h
6041h
6060h
6061h
6063h
6064h
6065h
606Ch
6071h
6073h
6077h
607Ah
607Ch
607Dh
6081h
6083h
6084h
608Fh
6091h
6092h
6098h
6099h
609Ah
60B1h
60B2h
60B8h
60B9h
60BAh
60BBh
60BCh
60BDh
60C0h
60C1h
60C2h
60C4h
60D0h
60F4h
60FDh
60FEh
60FFh
6502h
30
148
C
CANbus
Baud rate
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169
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Cable
CANopen interface
Node address
Termination
Communication Objects
Control word
21
18
21
21
32
94
Position Control Function
Process Data Object
Profile Position Mode
Profile specific objects
Profile torque mode
Profile Velocity Mode
Prohibited Use
107
38
118
77
105
103
15
D
R
Data types
Device control
Document Revisions
30
92
171
E
Receive PDOs
Response monitoring
85
55
S
Emergency Messages
Emergency Object
Examples
setup
special applications
Extended data types
43
34
148
148
162
32
SDO abort codes
Service Data Object
Signed Integer
Status machine
Status word
Symbols used
Synchronization Object
37
35
31
92
95
11
33
F
T
Factor Groups
98
G
General definitions
General objects
49
49
33
39
88
39
U
H
Heartbeat
Homing Mode
41
114
I
Interpolated position mode
109
M
Manufacturer specific objects
Mixed data types
62
31
N
Network Management Object
Nodeguard
33
40
O
Object Dictionary
Operating mode
124
97
P
PDO configuration
170
Time Stamp Object
Transmission modes
Transmit PDOs
Trigger modes
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Unsigned Integer
Use as directed
30
15
AKD CANopen | 10 Record of Document Revisions
10 Record of Document Revisions
Revision
- ,11/2009
Remarks
Beta launch version
-, 12/2009
Objects 2018&60FE added, Object dictionary, formatting updated
A, 04/2010
Termination connector "optional", several new objects, Object dictionary split
B, 07/2010
Part number added, several new objects, object dictionary expanded
C, 01/2011
HW Rev. C, new objects, object dictionary expanded
D, 04/2011
Object dictionary updated, baudrate setup
E, 10/2011
Cover layout & error table & object dictionary updated, objects 3474 & 3475 & 3496 & 6091
added
F, 03/2012
Touch Probe objects 60B8 to 60BD & 60D0 added, object 2071 & 2077 added, PVT interpolation
added, 60C0 & 60C1 & 60C4 & 6041 bit 9 updated, object dictionary updated, error codes
updated, object 1011h added
G, 08/2012
Object dictionary updated, error codes updated
H, 11/2012
Object dictionary updated, error codes updated, new object 345A
J, 05/2013
Objects 2000,2002,60B1,60B2 added, Object dictionary, formatting acc. to 82079
K, 09/2013
Scaling 60FFh, object dictionary updated
L, 12/2013
Error codes extended, object dictionary updated
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