Granity user guide

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This is Granity motor drive configuration & tuning software user guide main page. Please find individual articles below or browse Category:Granity.

Granity user interface controls and parameters[edit | edit source]

Other Granity usage related articles[edit | edit source]

Hotkeys[edit | edit source]

Granity 1.5.1 and later support global hotkeys

Connect to drive
Disconnect from drive
Disable drive
Apply settings
Set absolute setpoint 1 (TSP1)
Set absolute setpoint 2 (TSP2)
Increment setpoint 1 (TSP1)
Increment setpoint 2 (TSP2)
Set setpoint to zero
Start scope capture
Download offline scope capture (Granity 1.12.0 or later)
Clear faults
Save settings to file
Open settings file
Set drive in Quick stop mode (if supported)
Reset drive Quick stop mode (if supported)

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