In this freely definable memory area, the OEM can store his information, e.g., the “electronic ID label” of the motor in which the encoder is integrated, indicating the motor model, maximum current rating, etc. The size is given in EnDat words (16-bis words).
The EnDat interface makes it possible to set various functions regarding data transmission or the general operation of the encoder. The settings are normally saved and need only be made once. Functions that are reserved for future applications are not listed in the table.
This function is called “electronic datum setting” and enables the customer to fit the encoder datum to the datum of the application. The datum shift can be write-protected.
The recovery time is adjustable
The recovery time is reduced when very short cycle times are to be attained.
Makes it possible to connect encoders with a battery-buffered revolution counter.
RM bit can be reset
Only for incremental encoders or the EIB. The existing referencing is deleted, and the referencing process, i.e., scanning the reference mark(s), is restarted.