T-Series/Commands/Set Maximum Relative Move
Set Maximum Relative Move - Cmd 46
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|Instruction Name||Set Maximum Relative Move|
|Applies to||T-Series motorized devices|
|Safe to retry?||Yes|
|Returns Current Position?||No|
|Summary||Sets a limit on the number of microsteps the device can make for a Relative Move command.|
Use this command to limit the maximum range of travel for a relative move command. For example, if maximum relative move is set to 1000, and the user requests a relative move (#21) of 800, then the device will move 800 microsteps. However, if the user requests a relative move of 1200, then the device will reply with an error code. Most applications can leave this unchanged from the default.
This setting is stored in non-volatile memory and will persist after power-down or reset.