You can left click Check Config to see if there are any errors at any time.
Build Config will check for errors before build the configuration files.
Select the Board used
Enter a Configuration Name
Select Linear Units
Select Max Linear Velocity
If you have a Board and a Daughter card select a firmware
If you have a Daughter card select it on the lower box
Select a GUI
Select Position Offset
Select Position Feedback
Enter Scale, Minimum Limit, Maximum Limit, Maximum Velocity, Maximum Acceleration
PID Settings select Default Values
Following Error select Default Values
For a Step and Direction select your drive or manually enter the Step Time, Step Space, Direction Setup, Direction Hold times
For a Servo System select Default Values in Analog Output and enter the Encoder Scale
Left Click Check Config to see if there are any errors
The selected board will configure the Inputs and Outputs avaliable and if input debounce is avaliable.
#. Click Select for the I/O you want to use and select what you want it to be used as.
Used to configure an Analog PWM or Stepgen Spindle. For Digital Run, CW and CCW type spindles use outputs.
SS Cards Tab¶
If you have a Smart Serial Card attached you can configure it here.
#. Select the Smart Serial Card and the page changes to that card where you can make selections for that card
Under Construction ATM, going to be where you could use the GPIO of a pin directly. For example if you have an unused GPIO you could make it either and input or output and use it.
Tool Changer Tab¶
Yet to come
Here you can select various options for your configuration and whether to check for Mesaflash at startup or not.
If your going to be using the Classicladder PLC you can set number of items created for each type of bit.
Displays the Terminal Block and pins for the selected card.
On most cards the Raw Output clicking Get Card Pinout will get a list of pins.
You can get information about the PC CPU and NIC on the PC Info Tab.
If your using a Mesa Ethernet card you can test your NIC speed and get the Packet Time and compare that to Threshold to see if your NIC and CPU are fast enough at the current Servo Period.