ECAT.INPUTHANDLING

Description

The parameter is used to read the configuration for handling the EtherCAT input data. The configuration for handling of the EtherCAT input data needs to be done through EtherCAT. The manufacture specific object 34D1h subindex 00h in the object dictionary of the device needs to be written for this purpose. It is recommended to configure this object as "Init command" by the EtherCAT master.


  • EtherCAT  input data is defined as the fieldbus data sent by the EtherCAT slave (e.g. drive) to the EtherCAT master. An example is the actual position data.

There are two possible values for this keyword:

0: Immediate update of EtherCAT input data within the next cycle.

Setting Object 34D1h to 0

No EtherCAT input data delay:

1: EtherCAT input data is delayed by one bus cycle. This is the default setting:

Setting Object 34D1h to 1

One Bus cycle EtherCAT input data delay:

General Information

Type

R/O Parameter

Units

N/A

Range

0 to 1

Default Value

1

Data Type

Integer

Start Version

M_01-19-03-001

Variants Supported

Variant Supported
AKD Base No
AKD with Position Indexer No
AKD EtherCAT Yes
AKD CANopen No
AKD BASIC No
AKD SynqNet No*
AKD EtherNet/IP No
AKD Profinet No
AKD sercos® III No
AKD-N Yes
AKD-C Yes

*In SynqNet, a parameter may be available in the firmware but have no effect on the system. See SynqNet Supported Parameters.

Fieldbus Information

If your drive type is listed as supported but no index, address, or instance number is listed, then this parameter is accessible through WorkBench, but not over your fieldbus type. For information on SynqNet parameters see Supported Parameters (➜ p. 1).

Fieldbus Index/Subindex Object Start Version

EtherCAT COE and CANopen

34D1h/0 M_01-19-03-001