NanoJ V2 Example Programs

NanoJ is a programming language that is integrated in the Plug & Drive Studio software.

With this program the velocity mode is selected and the 'state machine' is switched on. The motor automatically starts turning.
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The enable input is used to start the motor via the input rather than automatically.
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The analog input can be used to vary the speed.
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Depending on whether the motor runs at more or less than 200 rpm, the output is connected.
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Here the clock-direction mode is selected, the "state machine" is switched on and the enable is connected.
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As above, yet with the additional settings for speed, scaling, filter and dead zone.
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In this mode, the motor moves between two positions that can be set via the "VMM Input" objects.
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Following automatic homing, different run profiles are selected via the digital inputs and started.
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V1 – position mode is selected and started.

V2 – position mode is selected and started; the motor moves to a set position after the trigger signal.

V3 – position mode is selected and started; the motor moves to an analogously set position after the trigger signal.
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