|ASCII - Command||ADDR|
|Syntax Transmit||ADDR [Data]|
|Syntax Receive||ADDR <Data>||Available in|
|ASCII Format||Unsigned8||CANBus Object Number||3505 (hex)|
|DIM||-||PROFIBUS PNU||1605 (dec) IND = 1 (dec)|
|Range||0 .. 127||DPR||5 (dec)|
|Opmode||All||Data Type Bus/DPR||Unsigned8|
|Configuration||No||Last Change of this Object||1.8|
|Function Group||Basic Setup||EEPROM||Yes|
|Short Description||Multidrop Address|
|This variable defines the station address (0 to 63) for the amplifier. This address is required by the fieldbus (CANBUS, PROFIBUS, SERCOS, etc.) and for the parameter setting of the servo amplifier in a multi-axis system for an unambiguous identification of the servo amplifier within the system. You can use the keys on the front panel of the servo panel to set the station address (refer to the Installation Manual). After changing the address, all parameters should be stored in the EEPROM (see SAVE) and the amplifier should be switched off and on again.
If MDRV = 0, the address range is changed to 0 .. 127.
With drive 400, the address of the master has to be set, that the first slave address is >=1.
Example: master with four slaves, minimal value for ADDR of the master is 5.
Using ADDRFB gives the possibility to select the fieldbus address different from ADDR.