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EI / DI / TSYNCRST Instructions

  • I running one simulation with one CMOS received from a customer, in that CMOS have these three instructions( EI / DI /TSYNCRST) under CONTROL at INFORM LIST.

    I never seen this before, which is the use of this instructions?

    TKS

    Rafael Schroer

  • EI and DI are part of the Job Interrupt software option. EI is enable interrupt. DI is disable interrupt. This acts as a floating CALL JOB: When the assigned input comes on during the EI and DI instructions the controller will call the assigned job.


    TSYNCRST is TSYNC Reset. It is part of the Coordinated Motion software option. There could be a R1+S1 job and a R2 job running at the same time. The R1 job has control over the positioner. The R2 job is just running to positions relative to itself. Each job would have a TSYNC instruction to synchronize the tasks. The TSYNCRST clears the status of any TSYNC instruction. The TSYNC will have a number after it, such as TSYNC1. Both (or more depending on the tags) jobs would be executing. One job reaches its TSYNC. It will sit and wait until the other job executes its TSYNC of the same number. TSYNCRST is turned on by S2C777=1.

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  • EI and DI are part of the Job Interrupt software option. EI is enable interrupt. DI is disable interrupt. This acts as a floating CALL JOB: When the assigned input comes on during the EI and DI instructions the controller will call the assigned job.


    TSYNCRST is TSYNC Reset. It is part of the Coordinated Motion software option. There could be a R1+S1 job and a R2 job running at the same time. The R1 job has control over the positioner. The R2 job is just running to positions relative to itself. Each job would have a TSYNC instruction to synchronize the tasks. The TSYNCRST clears the status of any TSYNC instruction. The TSYNC will have a number after it, such as TSYNC1. Both (or more depending on the tags) jobs would be executing. One job reaches its TSYNC. It will sit and wait until the other job executes its TSYNC of the same number. TSYNCRST is turned on by S2C777=1.

    tks 95devils

    Rafael Schroer

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