IN ZERO POINT
This signal is output when zero point initialization is being carried out in the absolute position
The axis for which "1" is set in #0 INIT. SET on the [ABS. POSITION SET] screen is set to "1", and
is held until the power is turned OFF.
The stored stroke limit and stroke end signals are invalid while this signal is set to "1", and the
current limit during initialization is valid.
This signal is also set to "1" when the zero point initialization mode (AZS1~14) signal is ON.
ZERO POINT INITIALIZATION
This signal is output when the absolute position is not established in the absolute position detection
This signal indicates that the zero point initialization has not been established once or that the
absolute position has been lost.
The stored stroke limit of the axis for which this signal is set to "1" in the absolute position detection
system is invalid.
6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS
6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***)