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Dear Sir

 

I made Program with .pmc file which will have I variable , M variable and PLC program. After downloading this in PMAC through PEWIN32PRO software, I have given following command through TERMINAL WINDOW,

Motor #1 started rotating in closed loop (motor #2 is in open loop ---motor #1 and motor #2 coupled through big wheel).

 

#1o0 #2o0 (motor #1 , #2 amplifier enbled)

i122=10 (jog speed)

#1j+ ( closing axis #1 by giving jog command)

 

After these commands I have given SAVE command. But I am able to save only I variable, M variable and PLC program , Not commands.

 

For example power goes and comes back, Variables will be there in PMAC EEPROM, but not commands. Again i have to repeat same commands after power comes.

 

Is there any way for Saving COMMANDS(#1o0 #2o0 i122=10 #1j+) ????????????????????????? or any altenative method ???

 

 

Thanks and regards

 

Srinivasarao B

 

 

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Dear Sir

 

I made Program with .pmc file which will have I variable , M variable and PLC program. After downloading this in PMAC through PEWIN32PRO software, I have given following command through TERMINAL WINDOW,

Motor #1 started rotating in closed loop (motor #2 is in open loop ---motor #1 and motor #2 coupled through big wheel).

 

#1o0 #2o0 (motor #1 , #2 amplifier enbled)

i122=10 (jog speed)

#1j+ ( closing axis #1 by giving jog command)

 

After these commands I have given SAVE command. But I am able to save only I variable, M variable and PLC program , Not commands.

 

For example power goes and comes back, Variables will be there in PMAC EEPROM, but not commands. Again i have to repeat same commands after power comes.

 

Is there any way for Saving COMMANDS(#1o0 #2o0 i122=10 #1j+) ????????????????????????? or any altenative method ???

 

 

Thanks and regards

 

Srinivasarao B

 

 

 

You can write a power on PLC and put your commands in there. It will be run one time on power on.

 

 

Example:

 

Open PLC 1 clear

CMD"#1o10"

disable PLC 1

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