|ASCII - Command||MNUMBER|
|Syntax Transmit||MNUMBER [Data]|
|Syntax Receive||MNUMBER <Data>||Available in|
|ASCII Format||Integer16||CANBus Object Number||3599 (hex)|
|DIM||-||PROFIBUS PNU||1753 (dec) IND = 1 (dec)|
|Range||-2 .. 32767||DPR||153 (dec)|
|Opmode||All||Data Type Bus/DPR||Integer16|
|Drive State||Disabled + Reset (Coldstart)||Weighting|
|Configuration||Yes||Last Change of this Object||2.13|
|Short Description||Motor Number|
|The command “MNUMBER nr” is used to load a motor data set with the number “nr” from the motor database. If MNUMBER 0 is entered, then no data set will be loaded, but the variable MNUMBER will simply be set to 0. This setting indicates a customer-specific motor data set.
Since FW > = 5.77:
MNUMBER = -1 -> While booting, only the offset values are loaded from the feedback. The settings for MNUMBER and MPHASE are ignored.
MNUMBER = -2 ->While booting, the offset values ??and MPHASE are loaded from the feedback. The setting for MNUMBER is ignored.
MNUMBER = 0 .... 32767 -> While booting the value of MNUMBER + MPHASE + offset values are read from the encoder. If the motor number (SMNUMBER) deviates from the motor number set in the drive (MNUMBER), the motor data set SMNUMBER is loaded from the internal motor database and a warning n12 (new motor data) is displayed. If the motor number in the encoder (SMNUMBER) is set to 0, MNUMBER is also set to 0 and no motor data set is loaded. This setting is reserved for a custom motor data set.