Why, after changing one or more dynamization times of cams
using the "Fast Cam" function, is there no longer correct
You have changed one or more dynamization times of cams on the
FM352 using the "Fast Cam" function. Afterwards dynamization is no
longer correct. Even the dynamization of cams whose dynamization
times have not been changed is possibly incorrect.
The problem occurs only when you change the dynamization times of
cams 16 to 127, not however with cams 0 to 15.
- The dynamization time of a cam 16 to 127 is changed during
operation to a smaller or the same time value.
- The dynamization time of this cam was previously the greatest
dynamization time of all the parameterized cams.
- After change, the dynamization is incorrect.
- With cams 0 to 15 any one cam with any cam start, any cam end
and any track specification is parameterized with a dynamization
- The dynamization time is greater than the dynamization time
entered in each case with "Change Fast Cam".
- This auxiliary cam must also be set to "Valid". You can disable
its switching function by setting "none" as effective
The disadvantage here is that the speed measuring cycle of the
module is always based on the dynamization time of the auxiliary
- Even without auxiliary cams, changing the dynamization time a
second time leads to subsequent correct dynamization. For this you
must call the "Change Fast Cam" function twice with identical
FM module, Cam controller