User manual OMRON TJ2-MC64 PROGRAMMING
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Manual abstract: user guide OMRON TJ2-MC64PROGRAMMING
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] I58E-EN-01
Trajexia machine control system
OMRON products are manufactured for use according to proper procedures by a qualified operator and only for the purposes described in this manual. The following conventions are used to indicate and classify precautions in this manual. Failure to heed precautions can result in injury to people or damage to property.
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PROFIBUS is a registered trademark of PROFIBUS International. [. . . ] direction A software switch that determines whether the arc is interpolated in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction. If the two axes involved in the movement form a right-hand axis, set direction to 0 to produce positive motion about the third (possibly imaginary) orthogonal axis. set direction to 0 to produce negative motion about the third (possibly imaginary) orthogonal axis.
3. 2. 196 MOVELINK
/i Type Syntax Axis command MOVELINK(distance, link_distance, link_acceleration, link_deceleration, link_axis [ , link_option [ , link_position ]]) ML(distance, link_distance, link_acceleration, link_deceleration, link_axis [ , link_option [ , link_position ]]) The MOVELINK command creates a linear move on the base axis linked via a software gearbox to the measured position of a link axis. The link axis can move in either direction to drive the output motion. The parameters show the distance the BASE axis moves for a certain distance of the link axis (link_distance). The link axis distance is divided into three phases that apply to the movement of the base axis. These parts are the acceleration, the constant speed and the deceleration. The link acceleration and deceleration distances are specified by the link_acceleration and link_deceleration parameters. The constant speed link distance is derived from the total link distance and these two parameters. The three phases can be divided into separate MOVELINK commands or can be added up together into one. Consider the following two rules when setting up the MOVELINK command. Rule 1: In an acceleration and deceleration phase with matching speed, the link_distance must be twice the distance. Rule 2: In a constant speed phase with matching speeds, the two axes travel the same distance so the distance to move must equal the link_distance. MOVELINK works on the default basis axis group (set with BASE) unless AXIS is used to specify a temporary base axis. MOVELINK is designed for controlling movements such as: · Synchronization to conveyors · Flying shears · Thread chasing, tapping etc. · Coil winding Note: If the sum of link_acceleration and link_deceleration is greater than link_distance, they are both reduced in proportion in order to equal the sum to link_distance.
Example See also
No example. MOVECIRC, FORCE_SPEED, ENDMOVE_SPEED
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/i Arguments · distance The incremental distance in user units to move the BASE axis, as a result of the measured link_distance movement on the link axis. link_distance The positive incremental distance in user units that is required to be measured on the link axis to result in the distance motion on the BASE axis. link_acceleration The positive incremental distance in user units on the link axis over which the base axis will accelerate. link_deceleration The positive incremental distance in user units on the link axis over which the base axis will decelerate. Note: If the sum of parameter 3 and parameter 4 is greater than parameter 2, they are both reduced in proportion until their sum equals parameter 2. 41
/i Link option Description 1 2 4 Link starts when registration event occurs on link axis. [. . . ] The contribution of the individual slices to the I/O data size is described in section 2-2-2 of the GRT1 Series SmartSlice I/O Units Operation Manual (W455). Note If the number of input pages and the number of output pages are different, the refresh cycle of the input data and the refresh cycle of the output data are also different. To display the number of pages used, execute the command MECHATROLINK(unit, 38, station, vr). This command reads the paging data and stores it in the VR array: first the number of input pages, and then the number of output pages. [. . . ]
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