Charge pump enable input means an drive enable signal that needs to be toggled at certain frequency to make a valid enable command. Any static level for charge pump enable signal will be interpreted as disabled state. The purpose of charge pump function is to verify that the controller is connected and alive thus enhance the safety of system.
| Enable input signal
|| Drive state with charge pump enable
|| Drive state without charge pump enable
| Logic low
| Logic high
| Toggling low & high
|| Invalid input
IONI drive supports charge pump enable and the function can be activated by setting checkbox CEP (Require pulsing on enable input) on. IONI will accept toggling frequency between 200 to 15000 Hz.
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