CNC objects

Notes on addressing

<CID> Channel or channel ID starting with 1

<AID> Axis ID starting with 1

<SID> Spindle index starting with 0

Name

manual act.abs.limit-

Description

Read lower absolute manual mode offset limit.

Task

GEO (Port 551)

Index group

0x12130<CID>

Index offset

0x<AID>001D

Data type

SGN32

Length/byte

4

Attributes

read

Unit

[0.1 µm or 0.0001°]

Remarks

 

Name

manual act.abs.limit+

Description

Read upper absolute manual mode offset limit.

Task

GEO (Port 551)

Index group

0x12130<CID>

Index offset

0x<AID>001E

Data type

SGN32

Length/byte

4

Attributes

read

Unit

[0.1 µm or 0.0001°]

Remarks

 

Name

manual cmd.abs.limit-

Description

Define lower absolute manual mode offset limit.

Task

GEO (Port 551)

Index group

0x12130<CID>

Index offset

0x<AID>0019

Data type

SGN32

Length/byte

4

Attributes

read/ write

Unit

[0.1 µm or 0.0001°]

Remarks

 

Name

manual cmd.abs.limit+

Description

Read upper absolute manual mode offset limit.

Task

GEO (Port 551)

Index group

0x12130<CID>

Index offset

0x<AID>001A

Data type

SGN32

Length/byte

4

Attributes

read/ write

Unit

[0.1 µm or 0.0001°]

Remarks

 

Name

manual additive offset

Description

Offsets moved by handwheel

Task

GEO (Port 551)

Index group

0x12130<CID>

Index offset

0x<AID>001B

Data type

SGN32

Length/byte

4

Attributes

read

Unit

[0.1 µm or 0.0001°]

Remarks

 

Name

manual active position

Description

Current axis position including manual offset (without modulo calculation)

Task

GEO (Port 551)

Index group

0x12130<CID>

Index offset

0x<AID>001C

Data type

SGN32

Length/byte

4

Attributes

read

Unit

[0.1 µm or 0.0001°]

Remarks

 

Read the manual mode offset limits

The active absolute manual mode offset limits are read by CNC objects.

Example

example

Read the absolute manual mode offset limits.

The following applies to the negative offset limits of the 2nd axis in Channel 1:

The following applies to the positive offset limits of the 2nd axis in Channel 1:

Write the manual mode offset limits

The absolute manual mode offsets limits are read by CNC objects.

Example

example

Define the offset limits in manual mode

The following applies to the negative offset limits of the 2nd axis in Channel 1:

The following applies to the positive offset limits of the 2nd axis in Channel 1:

Verify absolute offset limits via the ISG object browser

Access to absolute offset limits in the ISG object browser
Access to absolute offset limits in the ISG object browser