Record multiple commands for the KeiganMotor. If you use multiple KeiganMotors, you can operate them at all at once.
(1) Task Set Recording
Go to the Task Set tab at the bottom of the screen, and select [Recording]. On the [Recording] screen, 50 task sets from index: 0~49 can be recorded.
In the initial state, nothing is recorded. If it is recorded, click the [Erase] button to delete the memory.
Here, we will try recording at index: 0. Tap the [Record] button. KeiganMotor is now in task set recording mode.
Press the [Home] tab at the bottom of the screen to display the list of KeiganMotors, then tap the KeiganMotor you want to record, and it will move to the individual operation screen.
(From here, it is an example of a task set. Please change it according to your purpose.) Move to the [speed] tab at the top of the screen and set the speed. For the example, set it to 5 rpm. Press the [→] button to send the command.
Next, move to the [position] tab at the top of the screen and press the [Move by] button at the bottom. You are now in relative position movement mode.
Tap the number in the center and enter 20 (degrees). Press the [→] button to send the command.
That’s all for the commands to record.
Return to the [Taskset] tab → [Recording] screen and tap the [Stop] button. The task set is now recorded on the main unit.
You can play back the recorded actions in the tab called [Taskset] → [Doing] screen. (How to play from the button on the main unit is shown below)
(2) Task Set Playback
How to Play the Task Set From the Button on the Main Unit
When KeiganMotor starts, it is in teaching mode and needs to be to be changed to task set mode.
Tap the [▶] Play button on the main unit. When the LED light up blue for 2 seconds, it has been changed to task set mode.
Tap the [▶] Play button to play the task set at index: 0.
Tap it again to continue playing the task set at index:0. Please repeat this.
If you want to execute another command after a certain period of time, you must use the wait command. In this case, look at the example at the bottom of the page below.
how to use the wait command