Common questions about the RMP.
A software API that allows you to rapidly develop applications to suit all your motion and I/O needs.
To support RapidCode, Windows OS version can be 32-bit or 64-bit.
RapidCode.NET.dll is built targeting .NET Framework 4.5, therefore you can build applications using the following frameworks:
We don't have a specific Visual Studio requirement but our RapidCode C++ library links to the runtime library which works for 2015, 2017, 2019, 2022. We offer both 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64).
Yes. A user can write an application using our 32-bit or 64-bit libraries.
Ensure this (rsi.lic) file is placed in your RapidCode folder C:\RSI\X.X.XX by default.
We recommend using an Intel-based Ethernet chipset.
For first time:
- 1.Generate an ENI file when your controller is set to 4kHz. (One Time per network.)
- 3.Click on the Motion Controller tab
- 1.Change Sample Rate from 1000 to 4000
- 2.Discover Network
- 3.Generate ENI File
- 4.Network Start
For future runs:
There is no need to use different functions for a combination of CSP and CST. (Other than setting up Tuning parameters for your CST axis.) The firmware will handle the appropriate calculations and send the command in the required mode over EtherCAT to achieve the command on the MultiAxis.
Yes by telling the other axes to go where they already are.
Between trying different versions of RMP you will need to restart the INtime node. This will clear out the old firmware.