C5-E CANopen/USB Online Manual V1.3.1

1011h Restore Default Parameters

Function

This object can be used to reset all or part of the object dictionary to the default values.

Object description

Index 1011h
Object name Restore Default Parameters
Object Code ARRAY
Data type UNSIGNED32
Savable no
Firmware version FIR-v1426
Change history

Firmware version FIR-v1436: "Object Name" entry changed from "Restore Default Parameter" to "Restore Default Parameters".

Firmware version FIR-v1436: The number of entries was changed from 2 to 4.

Firmware version FIR-v1512: The number of entries was changed from 4 to 5.

Firmware version FIR-v1512: "Name" entry changed from "Restore The Comm Default Parameters" to "Restore Communication Default Parameters".

Firmware version FIR-v1512: "Name" entry changed from "Restore The Application Default Parameters" to "Restore Application Default Parameters".

Firmware version FIR-v1540: The number of entries was changed from 5 to 7.

Value description

Subindex 00h
Name Highest Sub-index Supported
Data type UNSIGNED8
Access read only
PDO mapping no
Allowed values
Preset value 06h
Subindex 01h
Name Restore All Default Parameters
Data type UNSIGNED32
Access read / write
PDO mapping no
Allowed values
Preset value 00000001h
Subindex 02h
Name Restore Communication Default Parameters
Data type UNSIGNED32
Access read / write
PDO mapping no
Allowed values
Preset value 00000001h
Subindex 03h
Name Restore Application Default Parameters
Data type UNSIGNED32
Access read / write
PDO mapping no
Allowed values
Preset value 00000001h
Subindex 04h
Name Restore Customer Default Parameters
Data type UNSIGNED32
Access read / write
PDO mapping no
Allowed values
Preset value 00000001h
Subindex 05h
Name Restore Drive Default Parameters
Data type UNSIGNED32
Access read / write
PDO mapping no
Allowed values
Preset value 00000001h
Subindex 06h
Name Restore Tuning Default Parameters
Data type UNSIGNED32
Access read / write
PDO mapping no
Allowed values
Preset value 00000000h

Description

If the value 64616F6Ch (or 1684107116d or ASCII load) is written in this object, part or all of the object dictionary is reset to the default values. The subindex that is used decides which range is reset.

For a detailed description, see chapter Discarding the saved data.

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