Manual pulse generator operation
"Manual pulse generator operation" is a control method in which positioning is carried out in response to the number of pulses
input from a manual pulse generator (the number of input command is output). This operation is used for manual fine
adjustment, etc., when carrying out accurate positioning to obtain the positioning address.
Manual pulse generator
■Manual control sub functions
Refer to the following for details on "sub functions" that can be combined with manual control.
MELSEC iQ-R Simple Motion Module User's Manual (Startup)
Also refer to the following for details on each sub function.
Page 215 CONTROL SUB FUNCTIONS
■Monitoring manual control
Refer to the following for directly monitoring the buffer memory using an engineering tool.
Page 468 Monitor Data
Also refer to the "Simple Motion Module Setting Function Help" when monitoring with the monitor functions of an engineering
5 MANUAL CONTROL
5.1 Outline of Manual Control
Movement in response to the command pulses