Motion Supervisor and Axes Mapping
MS is a Host-based Object
When running multiple applications such as a C-code application and Motion Console, you might encounter unexpected behavior where actions meant to be performed on one axis are actually performed on a different axis.
A common mistake when running multiple applications on a host system is having inconsistent axes mapping on a motion supervisor. Since the Motion Supervisor is a host-based object, a Motion Supervisor's axes mapping will only be loaded onto the controller when the application runs and an action is performed.
Be aware of the fact that when an action is performed with an application, an application's axes mapping is loaded onto the controller.
Use different Motion Supervisors to control different axes.
A Motion Supervisor should be mapped to the same axis across all motion applications on a host system.