ASCII - Command HSAVE   For Manufacturer Use only
Syntax Transmit HSAVE    
Syntax Receive HSAVE   Available in  
Type Command   MMI No
ASCII Format Command   CANBus Object Number 3556 (hex)
DIM -   PROFIBUS PNU 1686 (dec) IND = 1 (dec)
Range -   DPR 86 (dec)
Default -    
Opmode All   Data Type Bus/DPR -
Drive State -   Weighting  
Start Firmware 1.0    
Configuration No   Last Change of this Object 2.13
Function Group drive configuration   EEPROM No
Short Description Hiperface: Save Parameters in Encoder

Description

If FBTYPE=2 or =4 is set, the HSAVE command saves the variables for the encoder (HIPERFACE / EnDat) in the serial EEPROM of the encoder. With the setting FBTYPE=7, only the variables for the incremental track, as well as MNUMBER and MPHASE are saved in the serial EEPROM of the amplifier.

This command is only available if the amplifier has detected a sin/cos encoder (FBTYPE =2;4;7).
FBTYPE = 2 HIPERFACE (Sick Stegmann)
FBTYPE = 4 EnDat 2.1 (Heidenhain)
FBTYPE = 7 SINCOS Encoder ohne eigenem ser. EEPROM
FBTYPE = 20 BiSS-B 5V digital (Hengstler)
FBTYPE = 22 BiSS-B 12V digital (Hengstler)
FBTYPE = 23 BiSS-B 5V analog (Hengstler)
FBTYPE = 24 BiSS-B 12V analog (Hengstler)
FBTYPE = 32 EnDat 2.2 (Heidenhain)
FBTYPE = 34 EnDat 2.2 12V (Heidenhain)

This paramter doesn't work with the following combinations:
FBTYPE = 33 BiSS-C
FBTYPE = 36 SFD3

The HSAVE command saves the following variables.
MNUMBER*
MPHASE*
HICOFFS*
HISOFFS*
HIFACT1*
MBRAKE*
MSERIALNO*
* If FBTYPE = 7, these parameters are saved in the serial EEPROM of the amplifier.

Hiperface encoder, which have contents, can be erased by "HSAVE ERASE".

In order to use an unknown Hiperface encoder, the parameter field of the encoder must be initialized. There is also the command HSAVE OEM "ID" "PPR" "BPR" "R"

The parameters ID, PPR, BPR, R have the following meaning:
ID - hiperface ID. If an unknown hiperface was recognized by the drive, so the ID is in parentheses issued "Unknown (ID)"
PPR - periods per revolution. Number of enclines per revolution
BPR - bits per revolution: Number of bits per encoder revolution
R - revolutions: Number of turns

After the command has been executed, so the next time the amplifier of the transmitter is recognized and accepted the data.

With HSAVE OEM (without parameters) can be checked if the firmware used supports this command.


FW >=2.23
HSAVE BAM
This command is used to set the actual position within one turn to value zero.