Use the following procedure for a successful scan:
•Connect the CAN Interface to the CANopen network
•Connect the CAN Interface to your PC via USB.
•Switch on power supply for the CANopen nodes
•Make sure in the CAN Interface module, baud rate is set to either (Scan), or the actual baud rate of your network
•Choose Build Project to create a Kickdrive module for each of the IDs listed in the Configurable Node IDs text field.
Never use baud rate scan or similar configuration tasks in running machinery or in a CANopen application in normal operation. See also the additional information in the CAN Interface module description.
You can use the Node Monitor for a simple network overview which displays some basic information on every Node ID that is listed in the Scanned Node IDs text field.
•Make sure the Scanned Node IDs list is the list of nodes you want to monitor.
•Click the Node Mon. Config to display a list of parameters that should be read for every node. You can drag additional Data Objects from the Object Editor module, and drop them on the Node Monitoring Configuration table.
•In the UI Format column, use the updates: keyword to specify how the values should be obtained, e.g.
updates:r - read only once when starting the Node Monitor
updates:r2000 - read every 2000 milliseconds
(See UI Panel / UI Format Definition section for additional details on the updates: specifier)
•Click on Node Monitor to start the network overview / node monitoring.