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A good starting point is the serial read and write example. I was able to find some other information on this drive in other discussion forum posts.
Message 2 of 4. Only the single-axis variant of each drive is supported. Most Active Hardware Boards: Back to Top 4. Is it possible for me to communicate with the Basic Serial Read and Write example and not develop an Instrument Drive?
Motion Control and Motor Drives
You could use the serial example to write your entire program. Proulx National Instruments www. Back to Top 6. What is your opinion on such matter? Thank you for replying. Message 2 of 4. LabVIEW snapshot is also attached. Message 4 of 4. Also, do you have any links to manuals or such for this device? I have looked over the example and read many tutorials however I am still confused.
How to access all the I/O variables for ELMO drive – Discussion Forums – National Instruments
Most Active Software Boards: Here is what I tried also which did not work either. Have a great day. There is an object called ReadSDO which I used for accessing one of the registers, and it had four options. Or does the mode status register have to be changed? You can look at this tutorial for developping a complete instrument driver. However, keep in mind that this may not me necessary for your application.
You can also look at this link if you want to make a full driver and submit it to idnet. Some other command may actually ask for the instrument to write back some data. I have been having difficulty contacting the Elmo support staff.
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Using EtherCAT Motion Drives with NI Real-Time Controllers
Rate this document Select a Rating 1 – Poor 2 3 4 5 – Excellent. Some command may change a setting in the instrument. Here are the links: