|ASCII - Command||STOPMODE|
|Syntax Transmit||STOPMODE [Data]|
|Syntax Receive||STOPMODE <Data>||Available in|
|ASCII Format||Integer8||CANBus Object Number||35FF (hex)|
|DIM||-||PROFIBUS PNU||1855 (dec) IND = 1 (dec)|
|Range||0, 1||DPR||255 (dec)|
|Opmode||All||Data Type Bus/DPR||Integer8|
|Drive State||Disabled + Reset (Coldstart)||Weighting|
|Configuration||Yes||Last Change of this Object||2.10|
|Function Group||drive configuration||EEPROM||Yes|
|Short Description||Brake Response for Disable|
|STOPMODE defines the response of the drive to a disabling of the output stage.
The following settings are possible:
STOPMODE=0 the output stage is immediately disabled, and the drive coasts down.
STOPMODE=1 the drive is run down under velocity control to velocity 0 (DECDIS ramp). When the velocity falls below the standstill threshold VEL0, the output stage is disabled. The output stage will also be disabled if the VEL0 velocity is not reached within 5 seconds (a 5-second time-out).
Note: In Sensorless mode (FBTYPE=10) is the speed estimation not possible at low speeds, the actual value is not used but the command value of the setpoint speed. To be sure that the drive speed is at zero, after the speed setpoint had the threshold below VEL0, started a time. When this time has elapsed, it is assumed that the drive speed is zero and the output stage can be disabled. The delay time is derived from the EMRGTO value.