4. DESCRIPTION OF PARAMETERS
The state in which the reference position has not been
established refers to that state in which reference position
return has not been performed after power–on when an
absolute position detector is not being used, or that state in
which the association of the machine position with the position
detected with the absolute position detector has not been
completed (see the description of bit 4 (APZx) of parameter
No. 1815) when an absolute position detector is being used.
DLZx Function for setting the reference position without dogs
0 : Disabled
1 : Enabled
When DLZ of parameter No.1002 is 0, DLZx is enabled.
When DLZ of parameter No.1002 is 1, DLZx is disabled, and
the function for setting the reference position without dogs
is enabled for all axes.
HJZx When a reference position is already set:
0 : Manual reference position return is performed with deceleration sogs.
1 : Manual reference position return is performed using rapid traverse
without deceleration dogs, or manual reference position return is
performed with deceleration dogs, depending on the setting of bit 7
(SJZ) of parameter No.0002.
When reference position return without dogs is specified,
(when bit 1 (DLZ) of parameter No.1002 is set to 1 or bit
(DLZx) of parameter No.1005 is set to 1) reference position
return after a reference position is set is performed using
rapid traverse, regardless of the setting of HJZ.
MCCx When an axis become the removal state using the controlled axis removal
signal or setting:
0: MCC is turned off
1: MCC is not turned off. (Servo motor excitation is turned off, but the
MCC signal of the servo amplifier is not turned off.)
This parameter is used to remove only one axis, for example,
when a two–axis or three–axis amplifier is used. When
two–a axis or three–axis amplifier is used and only one axis
is removed, servo alarm No.401 (V–READY OFF) is usually
issued. However, this parameter, when set to 1, prevents
servo alarm No.401 from being issued.
Note, however, that disconnecting a servo amplifier from the
CNC will cause the servo amplifier to enter the V–READY
OFF status. This is a characteristic of all multiaxis amplifiers.