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Cam Profile Build, Release, Switch Organization, FB for PLC Open.  >

This article is related Cam Build & Release Organization. The attached file consists of a FB you may use in your project. In some machines, we need different cam profiles and we change these profiles for system…

KAS Stepper Control with AKT2G slices >

AKT2G-SM-L50-000 and AKT2G-SM-L15-000 EtherCAT stepper drives allow you to control Stepper motors up to 5 Amp (6.5 with fan cartridge AKT2G-AC-FAN-001) with a PDMM or PCMM controller. The same function blocks used with servo motors are used in…

KAS Simulator >

The KAS IDE contains a Simulator that can help to shorten development time. The Simulator provides the following advantages. Machine software development can start before (or parallel with) bringing in production. Run the full application: HMI,…

KAS Standard SFC Template - State Machine  >

Introduction Taking a look at PLC projects, we see that every machine deals with the same functionalities. Generally, machines powered by servo drives, need to follow a sequence of steps during its development:          …

Initialize EtherCAT Communication and Motion Engine >

KAS UDFB's for EtherCAT and motion engine initialization

EOT (End of Travel) Software Position Limits in a KAS application >

In a KAS PxMM application program, to setup software End Of Travel (EOT) position limits:

KAS PLCopen Template Projects >

Attached are a number of template programs for the KAS IDE for 1, 4, and 6 axes. They are extensions of the 2 Axis demo projects for the Structured Text, Ladder Diagram, and Sequential Function Chart programming languages that are included in the KAS…

KAS Flying Knife Example >

Enclosed is a 4 Axis flying knife example using the PLCopen Motion Engine in KAS

KAS : In Position Window in PLCopen Motion >

THe KAS PLCopen Motion engine has 2 parameters for monitoring if the actual motor position stays within a window after motion is complete. They are: These parameters are accessed using the MC_WriteParam and MC_ReadBoolPar function blocks. Here is…
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