This signal informs the PLC that the all axes components of the controller are in commanded
The signal turns ON when:
(1) There is no acceleration/deceleration delay in all control axes and servo errors (remaining
pulses) in positioning are within the specified range.
The signal turns OFF when:
(1) Acceleration/deceleration motion is delayed in a control axis.
(2) Servo positioning error (remaining pulses) for a control axis exceeds the specified range.
(Note 1) The signal may turn ON even during motion if the motion is an extremely low speed.
(Note 2) The condition where the servo errors must be in a specific range to turn ON the signal can
be invalidated with parameters. In this case, the signal will turn ON/OFF by the condition
whether there is any delay in the acceleration/deceleration.
All-axis smoothing zero signal (TSMZ: X61A)
6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS
6.1 PLC Input Signals (Bit Type: X***)
Motor servo control error