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Quick Start Guide
XMP-SynqNet Controller

Motion Console

Move a Motor

The final step will be to execute a basic move on the motor.

Click on the button to open the Motor Summary window.

Verify that the motor Type is set to Servo under the Config tab.

 

Click on the button to open the Axis Summary window.

Under the Motion tab, enter the following parameters:

 

WARNING!
Example Parameters Only
(Not to be used for every system)

  •  10000 for Position 2
  •  0 for Position 1
  •  10000 for Velocity 
  •  5000 for Acceleration
  •  5000 for Deceleration

 

Enable Amp

In the Motor Summary window, check the Enabled checkbox for Amp Enable to enable the amp. As a safety precaution, you cannot move a motor if the amp is not enabled.
NOTE: If you cannot click the Enabled checkbox, you probably have on of the following problems:

 
  • You may have not mapped your axes. See Map the Axes.
  • You may have some faults on the controller that you need to clear out by clicking the Clear Fault button on the Motion Supervisor Summary Window, under the Actions tab.

 

Under the Motion Supervisor Summary window,

Click on the Move Pos. 2 button , and the command will be executed on the motor (Axis 0) and move 10000 counts to Position 2.

Click on the Move Pos. 1 button , and the motor will move 10000 counts back to Position 1.

To continuously move back and forth from Position 1 to Position 2, check the Enabled check box in the Motion Supervisor Summary window.

Click the Move to Further button or the Move Pos. 2 button , and the motor will move back and forth from Position 2 to Position 1.

Congratulations! You have successfully moved a motor using SynqNet.

 

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