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How delete motion program?
#1
Hi,

I have some motion program in memory and I don't found Terminal command or Pewin window for delete them...

How I do that?

Also, what is the difference between motion program and PLC?
I have understand that PLC is a task. Motion program is only a sequential program?


Regards.
#2
To delete motion programs, simply issue:

Code:
Open Prog n Clear Close

where "n" is the number of the program you want to delete.

PLCs are for asynchronous tasks, like checking I/O, changing gains, jogging motors, etc.

Motion programs are for synchronous motion.

For such questions, please refer to the Turbo PMAC User Manual, which explains these subjects in great detail.
#3
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-John
#4
Is there way to simply with one command delete all PLC's and Motion Programs,
instead of deleting one by one?

I read User Manual, did not help me that much regarding this....
#5
Use the "CLEAR ALL" command:

Function: Erase all fixed motion, kinematic, and uncompiled PLC programs
Scope: Global
Syntax: CLEAR ALL
CLR ALL
This command causes Turbo PMAC to erase all fixed (not rotary) motion program buffers (PROGRAM),
all forward-kinematic program buffers (FORWARD), all inverse-kinematic program buffers (INVERSE),
and all uncompiled PLC program buffers (PLC) in the Turbo PMAC buffer space.
This command does not affect rotary motion program buffers (ROTARY), compiled PLC program buffers
(PLCC), or any non-program buffers, such as compensation tables and lookahead buffers.
See Also:
On-line commands CLEAR, CLEAR ALL PLCS, OPEN, DELETE ALL, DELETE ALL TEMP
#6
Thanks very much!!!


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