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The motor and coordinate system fault status bits are designed to be latched until the motor is re-enabled (in case of a "kill" fault) or commanded to move again (in case of an "abort" fault). We do not have a "fault clear" function for these software status bits.

 

If the motor was killed in a fault, as from an amplifier fault condition, you could issue a command line like "#1 out0 k" (or from a PLC program: "cout1:0 kill1"). This momentary enabling is enough to clear the status bit(s) -- provided that the amp fault input is no longer set -- but not enough to do anything physical to the motor.

 

If the motor was aborted to a closed loop stop, a "j:0" zero-distance jog command could clear the fault bit -- again, provided that the condition that created the fault is no longer present.

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The motor and coordinate system fault status bits are designed to be latched until the motor is re-enabled (in case of a "kill" fault) or commanded to move again (in case of an "abort" fault). We do not have a "fault clear" function for these software status bits.

 

If the motor was killed in a fault, as from an amplifier fault condition, you could issue a command line like "#1 out0 k" (or from a PLC program: "cout1:0 kill1"). This momentary enabling is enough to clear the status bit(s) -- provided that the amp fault input is no longer set -- but not enough to do anything physical to the motor.

 

If the motor was aborted to a closed loop stop, a "j:0" zero-distance jog command could clear the fault bit -- again, provided that the condition that created the fault is no longer present.

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