ATV312 not storing parameter changes after power cycle.
Parameter changes made to the drive over a network (ModBus, CANopen, etc) reset to default values after a power cycle.
ATV31, ATV312, ATV12, ATV61, ATV71
All part numbers.
Adjusments via network
Parameter changes are made to RAM and not to EEPROM
Adjustments made over the network are stored to the operating memory (RAM) in the drive so will be lost after a powee cycle.
To have the settings stored to the EEPROM the customer must set Bit 1 of the CMI (Extended control word; address 8504) to 1.
This bit will reset to 0 after the save had been completed.
NOTE that the EEPROM has a limit to the number of times it can be written. This is 1,000,000 writes for the ATV312. ATV12, ATV61 and ATV71 are limited to 100,000 writes