ASCII - Command MPHASE    
Syntax Transmit MPHASE [Data]    
Syntax Receive MPHASE <Data>   Available in  
Type Variable rw   MMI Yes
ASCII Format Integer16   CANBus Object Number 359C (hex)
DIM Electrical Degrees   PROFIBUS PNU 1756 (dec) IND = 1 (dec)
Range 0 .. 360   DPR 156 (dec)
Default 0    
Opmode All   Data Type Bus/DPR Integer16
Drive State Disabled   Weighting  
Start Firmware 1.0    
Configuration No   Last Change of this Object 1.0
Function Group feedback   EEPROM Yes
Short Description Motor Phase, Feedback Offset


The MOTOR PHASE parameter is handled in different ways, depending on the type of feedback (FBTYPE) that is used.
FBTYPE=0 resolver
MPHASE is saved in the serial EEPROM of the amplifier (SAVE command) and is transferred after every power-on of the amplifier.

FBTYPE=2, 4 Hiperface/Endat
MPHASE is saved in the serial EEPROM of the encoder (HSAVE command) and is read out from the encoder after every power-on of the amplifier. So if an encoder is exchanged, the MPHASE setting goes with the encoder. When a new encoder is fitted, the MPHASE value must be re-established and stored in the encoder (HSAVE command).

FBTYPE=7 sin/cos encoder without an internal EEPROM
MPHASE will be determined automatically at the first enable of the output stage (Wake & Shake)
It is not necessary to make a separate determination of the MPHASE value, or to save it.