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4. DESCRIPTION OF PARAMETERS
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Example: Assume that the following settings have been made. If an
abnormal load is detected for the sixth axis, movement along
the second, fourth, sixth, and seventh axes is stopped. If an
abnormal load is detected for the fourth axis, movement along
the fourth and seventh axes is stopped.
Parameter No.1881 Setting
(First axis) 1
(Second axis) 2
(Third axis) 1
(Fourth axis) 0
(Fifth axis) 3
(Sixth axis) 2
(Seventh axis) 0
NOTE
This parameter is enabled when the ANA parameter (bit 5 of
parameter No.1804) is 1.
1882 Space between the mark2 indications on the linear scale with reference marks
[Data type] 2word axis
[Unit of data] Detection unit
[Valid data range] 0 to 99999999
This parameter sets the space between the mark2 indications on the
linear scale with reference marks.
1883
Distance from the zero point of the linear scale with reference marks to the ref-
erence position
NOTE
After this parameter has been set, the power must be turned
off then back on for the setting to become effective.
[Data type] 2word axis
[Unit of data] Detection unit
[Valid data range] 99999999 to 99999999
This parameter sets the distance from the zero point of the linear scale with
reference marks to the reference position. The zero point of the scale is that
point where mark 1 and mark 2 match. Generally, this point is a virtual point
that does not actually exist on the scale. (See the figure below.)
When the reference position is located in the positive direction as viewed
from the zero point of the scale, set a positive value for this parameter.
When the reference position is located in the negative direction as viewed
from the zero point, set a negative value.

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