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1. ## motor minimum velocity in a program

Thanks for the suggestion. I'll schedule some time on the device on Monday to test that. The troubled moves are typically pretty large (180 degrees, or 1,800,000 counts over 3600 seconds).
2. ## motor minimum velocity in a program

Sure thing. The program basically rotates the motor, and triggers a shutter with position compare. Variable P1 is where the motor starts (in degrees... 10000cts/degree) P2 is how far it moves, P3 is the time for it to move. Pretty simple program. &1 Undefine All #1->10000X #define PosCompA M108 #define PosCompB M109 #define PosCompArm M111 #define PosCompState M112 Open Prog 1 Clear P99=1 ;alldone P1=(M101/10000) PosCompA=(100000000) ;set distant to avoid stutter PosCompB=(100000100) ;set distant to avoid stutter dwell 10 Rapid Inc X (-0.01) ;backup dwell 10 Linear Inc TA 0 TS 0 TM (P3) PosCompState=(0) PosCompA=((P1*10000)+0) PosCompB=((P1*10000)+(P2*10000)+0) X ((P2+0.02)) ;move dwell 10 PosCompA=(100000000) ;set distant PosCompB=(100000100) ;set distant dwell 10 Rapid Inc X (-0.01) ;backup P1=(P1+P2) ;increment P99=0 ;alldone Close
3. ## motor minimum velocity in a program

Hi, newbie question here, I'm using a GeoBrickLV NSLS2 controller and an ABTech AT-200 servo motor. In my motion program, I see that my motor won't move any slower than 615cts/sec, while I can use the jog ribbon to move it as slow as 10cts/sec (this motor's encoder has 3.6million counts/360 degrees). I couldn't find anything obvious that would keep my motor from moving slower than 615cts/sec in a program. Any ideas? Thanks, -Stu
4. ## position compare question

Thank you for the response, and the suggestions.
5. ## position compare question

Hello, I'm using a GeoBrickLV NSLS2 model. I'm using it to run a motor which is combined with a shutter. The shutter needs to open and close at specific encoder counts, and I'm using position compare for that purpose. My problem is that every time I power-cycle the GeoBrick controller, position compare wants to "zero" at wherever the motor was at powerup, even after a motor home. What I've been doing is setting an offset to my software, but everytime the controller is turned off/on, I need to rejigger my offsets. Is there a way to force this register to zero along with a motor home? Best,
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