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Kollmorgen Support Network

What is a Subnet Mask? >

A subnet mask is a bit mask used to define a subnet of an Ethernet network.  It acts like a filter to only allow devices with certain IP addresses to communicate. Subnets are used to specify which devices can communicate with which other…

F401 Failed to set feedback type fault >

So here's my story. Boss decided I'm going to start programming our custom built machines. He said," Theres a computer over there, go use it."  We use TRIO with Motion Perfect v4, Proface HMIs with GP-PRO EX, Kollmorgen drives and servos (at…

AKD EtherNet/IP Video Series >

This video series comprises of 16 videos as a complete training on AKD Ethernet IP Communications. Videos 1 though 7 are essential and the remaining videos can be viewed in order or the user can pick and choose a topic of interest or one that…

Connecting to the PDMM for the First Time (PDMM IP Address Settings) >

Connecting to the PDMM for the First Time (PDMM IP Address Settings)

Firmware Installation for AKI-CDB Panels >

Firmware on an AKI-CDB Panel can be loaded either by Ethernet or by USB. Setup if Loading via Ethernet  If loading via Ethernet, make sure that the computer IP address is in the same range as the AKI - CDB Panel and that the subnet mask is the…

Networks Supported by KAS, PCMMs, and PDMMs >

The following chart outlines the networks (field buses) supported by the PCMM and PDMM and the key  parameters of each.

KAS Network Overview >

The following document outlines the EtherCAT based networks that KAS supports and key parameters that define each of the  network.

Getting Started with KAS UDP Communications >

Introduction Attached is a sample program showing basic UDP communications between two KAS PxMM controllers. The concepts here can easily be applied to communicating between a PxMM controller and a PC or other non-Kollmorgen product. With PxMM UDP…

AKD X11 Service Port Ethernet Specification >

The AKD's X11 Service Port is a standard 10/100 Base Ethernet port. AKD will auto-negotiate the bit rate and supports full-duplex mode only. Unplugging and reconnecting the cable signals the drive to auto-negotiate again (so at…
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