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DRV.CLRFAULTS

Description

When DRV.CLRFAULTS is sent, the drive will try to clear all active faults on all axes. When a fault occurs, the fault is registered in the drive fault handler. DRV.CLRFAULTS clears the fault from the drive fault handler. However, if the fault still exists in the system, DRV.CLRFAULTS fails and the fault is re-registered in the fault handler.

If the DRV.CLRFAULTS succeeds, then the reply to DRV.FAULTS states that no faults exist. If the condition that triggered the fault is still present, the fault condition will remain.

See Faults and Warning Messages for details regarding the behavior of individual faults.

Note that executing a drive disable (DRV.DIS ) followed by a drive enable (DRV.EN) has the same effect as executing DRV.CLRFAULTS.

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Action Version Notes
Implemented 02-00-00-000

General Information

Type

Command

Units

N/A

Range

N/A

Default Value

N/A

Data Type

N/A

Stored in Non Volatile Memory

No

Variants Supported

All variants are supported.

Related Topics

AXIS#.FAULTS, AXIS#.EN , AXIS#.DIS


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