Non-synchronised write (IDENT)

#IDENT WR SYN [ AX<axis_name> | AXNR<expr> ID<Ident_nr> VAL<expr> TYPE<expr>

                               DEC<expr> <Drive_type> [ NO_WAIT ] ]

AX<axis_name>

Name of SERCOS axis

AXNR<expr>

Logical axis number of SERCOS axis, positive integer

ID<Ident_nr>

ID Number in SERCOS format, e.g. S-0-0047 or P-0-0129

VAL<expr>

Value to be written; real number

TYPE<expr>

Data type of value (2 or 4 byte length):

Valid values

Meaning

2

2 bytes data length

4

4 bytes data length

DEC<expr>

Number of decimal places; positive integer

<Drive_type>

Drive type

Valid IDs

Meaning

SERC

SERCOS drive (currently only one permitted)

NO_WAIT

No waiting for successful writing of the parameter.

If this keyword is not programmed, the interpolation always waits for the parameter to be written.

Programing Example

prg_example

Non-synchronised write (IDENT)

:

#IDENT WR SYN [AX=X ID S-0-0104 VAL 655.35 TYP 4 DEC 2 SERC]

#IDENT WR SYN [AXNR=1 ID S-0-0104 VAL 655.35 TYP 4 DEC 2 SERC]

:

#IDENT WR SYN [AX Y ID S-0-0104 VAL655.35 TYP 4 DEC 2 SERC NO_WAIT]

:

Attention

attention

No plausibility check is made for logical axis number, identification number or the programmed attributes of data type and decimal places. The operator is solely responsible for making the correct entries.