we are using a MMC 2-Axis Analog unit M.1017.3772 R17 with PicPro ver.16 and the Module MMC-SD-0.5-230-A. Which firmware software we have to install on the MMC? We get with the PicPro the error code 32770. The system initially worked. Any idea what we did wrong or what we can test?
Thanks for the information. In fact, it doesn't seem a Firmware issue.
I have the issue E-Error 32770 on both axes. I get the correct Encoder signal.
For me, it is strange, because I had the system working. I replaced already both the M.1017.3772 R17 and the Module MMC-SD-0.5-230-A without success.
If you need to update the firmware in MMC 2-Axis Analog unit M.1017.3772 R17 the firmware files can be found in the PicPro Ver.16 Folder, where you will find the Firmware folder. The PicPro Ver.16 folder is normally in the C Root Directory list under G&L Motion Control Data. You will find the firmware for your MMC controller in the Standalone MMC folder.
Why do you think you need to change the firmware version in the MMC Controller?
If it is a Servo E (emergency) - Stop Errors
Excess error When an excess following error has occurred, the axis has exceeded the limit entered in the Servo setup program as the following error limit. This represents the maximum distance the commanded axis position can be from the actual axis position. 0x8002 (32770)
Servo E (emergency) - Stop Errors When an E-stop (Emergency-stop) error occurs on an individual servo axis, the following happens: The system is out of servo lock. A zero voltage is sent to the analog outputs. The active and next queues are cleared. The FAST_QUE mode is canceled when the E-stop is reset. EXCEPTION: If a User-Set or Excess Error E-Stop occurs while Resumable E-Stop Allow is set (Servo Setup or WRITE_SV/READ_SV Variable 63), a Resumable E-Stop will occur and the following happens: The system is out of servo lock. A zero voltage is sent to the analog outputs. The moves in the active and next queues remain intact. The axis Normal Interpolator remains running. The axis goes into Resume Mode, the axis will follow the Resume Interpolator. The Resume Interpolator will output zero velocity until the RESUME function is called. The RESUME function can be called after the Resumable E-Stop has been reset and the servo loop has been closed. The axis remains in Resume Mode until the RESUME function brings back onto the Normal Interpolator ís path or until a non-resumable E-Stop cancels Resume Mode.
Servo C (controlled) - Stop Errors
Negative software limit exceeded The command position exceeded the user-defined negative software end limit. 0x8002 (32770)
When a C-stop (Controlled-stop) error occurs on an individual servo axis, the following happens: The axis remains in servo lock and the axis is brought to a controlled stop at the rate specified by the controlled stop ramp in servo setup. The active and next queues are cleared. The FAST_QUE mode is canceled when the C-stop is reset.
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