AN-368 Panasonic A6N Torque mode

AN-368 Panasonic A6N Torque mode

This document is for users building RTEX networks which include the Panasonic A6N servo drive, who want to use the Cyclic Torque Mode with those drives.

This document does NOT apply to the Panasonic A4N or the A5N servo drive models.

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