Configuration via CANopen
All settings for CANopen can be written in file
cfg.txt or via the memory mechanism (for further information, see chapter Saving objects).
- First, the stored values are applied.
- Next, the values from
Described in the following chapters is how you can change the communication settings.
The controller is configured per default for node-ID 127 and a baud rate of 1 Mbaud.
Setting node-ID and baud rate
In the default setting, the controller starts with a node-ID of 127. If a different node-ID is needed, the new value of the node-ID is entered in object 2009h.
In the default setting, the controller starts with a baud rate of 1 MBd. The baud rate is entered in object 2005h. The value for the corresponding baud rate can be found in the following table.
|Value||Baud rate in kBd|
- Connect the CANopen master to the controller via the CAN- and CAN+ cables. Check the connection of your CAN-GND and that the necessary 120 ohm termination resistor is present between CAN+ and CAN-.
- Supply the controller with voltage.
Change the configuration values if necessary, see Configuration via CANopen.
The controller is set per default to node-ID 127, baud rate 1 Mbaud.
To test the interface, send bytes
40 41 60 00 00 00 00 00to the controller.Statusword (6041h) was read; you receive this response:
4B 41 60 00 XX XX 00 00.