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On the Fig. 107), you can get some information about the Asycube as well as set some settings. These settings are saved directly inside the Asycube and are valid for all recipes.page (
You can read here some general information about the Asycube, can be also read from thepage.
This panel gives some statistics about the Asycube Lifetime.
Total uptime: Total amount of time the Asycube was powered on
Vibration duration: Total time the Asycube vibrated
Number of vibration: Number of vibrations triggered by the Asycube
You can change here the IP address and TCP Port of the Asycube.
Before changing the parameters, Asycube Studio will ask for a confirmation as this will disconnect the Asycube.
After the change is effective, Asycube Studio will switch to unconnected mode and you will be able to connect to the new address.
Depending on the new IP address you chose, you will have to modify the IP address of your computer, see How to change the IP Address on your Windows PC? if you need help doing that.
This allow you to enable the purge option when the purge mechanism is installed (see Purging platforms).
Enable the purge by toggling the button and click onto write the change into the Asycube. This will allow you to open/close the purge as well as add some purge actions into the vibration sequence in the recipe.
Do not enable the purge option when the purge mechanism is not installed. This could prevent the Asycube from working properly.
Do not forget to enable the purge option when the purge mechanism is installed. Failing to do so could damage the Asycube.
Once the purge is enabled, the cycle count will be displayed. Monitor this value as we recommend to change the actuator when this reaches 20 000 cycles.
Asycube 240, 380 and 530 have digital outputs and the logic of these outputs can be configured.
Positive Logic: The output changes from 0V to 24V when activated
Negative Logic: The output changes from 24V to 0V when activated