On 03/09/2019 12:05 PM, a k wrote:
If your servo amplifiers trip on overcurrent, they will
signal an E-stop on the E-stop loop circuit.
i am interesting in LCNC logic - how it work
for situation when LCNC command to axis to move 4" ,
and in case if axis moved only 3" ,for any reason like
1- axis hit obstacle;
2- power wire broke;
question-- how LCNC knows that need E-STOP?
If not, then the motion component is constantly watching
following error, and if the error exceeds the limits you
have set in the .ini file for each axis (MIN_FERROR is a
constant limit, and FERROR is a velocity-proportional
increase in the limit) then LinuxCNC goes to the Machine-OFF
state (same as pressing F2). So, that is not exactly the
same as an E-stop condition.
This will also stop all axes and give an error message such
as "following error on Axis 2".
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