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dspMC/IP Motion Controller / Re: Research For My upcoming Build
« on: February 17, 2011, 09:52:09 AM »
  Thanks for your reply. My research so far is in line with what you are saying.   My research says these are AC servo motors please correct me if I am wrong.   

       1      PRDY1          8    ALM1          14   PRDY 2                             1        0V             14   PCZL              19 *PCBL   
       2      ENBL1           9    ALM2          15  ENBL 2                              2        0V             15   *PCZL             20  SGL
       3     OVL1            10   ALM4          16   OVL2                                3        0V             16   PCAL
       4     VRDY1          11   ALM8          17   VRDY2                              8       OH1            17  *PCAL
       7     VCMD            13   COML         20   ECL                                  9       OH2             18  PCBL

Let me see if I understand correctly. Pin 7 is +/-10VCD Pin 13 is 0VDC.
Pin 2 is enable 1 "question-- it is a always on when the drives are active I assume. Any Ideas what voltage to hit it with? So I have to use enable 2 ?
Pins 8,9,10,13 I assume are alarm outputs that I can use or not at my discretion.
The rest of the pins I am foggy on Don't even know if I have to use them any suggestions.
The other connector pin out is the encoder I believe. Please correct me if I am wrong.


That brings us to the Spindle. I have worked on this some, but not as much as the servo system.


Question 2 I am looking through my maintenance manual for my 12S Spindle  (A06B-6059-H212) and I am trying to figure out the inputs and outputs to make it run. As near as I can tell it will communicate with the controller through CN1 and CN3 only. I have yet to find information on the CN3 connector and the 50 pin CN1 connector pin out in the book has tons of abbreviations I don't understand. I was wondering if anyone could help me decipher this.
Pin #  Abbreviation
1         SAR1                   6      OT                 11           ALM1                 16    SDT2       22      ORAR1             27    OVR1           45      SFR           50    SM1
2         SAR2                   7      MRPDY1          12           ALM2                 17    CTH         23      ORAR2            28     OVR2           46      SRV
3         SST1                   8      MRPDY2          13           OR                    18    OM          24      CTM                29     +15V           47      ESP1
4         SST2                   9      TIM5               14          OS                     19   ARST1       25     ORCM1             31    DA2            48       ESP2
5         TLML                  10     TIM6               15           SDT1                 20   ARST2       26     ORCM2             32      E               49      LM1

Again I assume ALM 1 and 2 are alarms, I don't see an enable and I am not 100% sure this doesn't use PWM. It has a spindle orient board so I am thinking pin 13 is Orient but I really don't know. 

I would be greatful for any help deciphering this mess.

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dspMC/IP Motion Controller / Re: Research For My upcoming Build
« on: February 17, 2011, 12:04:40 AM »
I recently contacted MachMotion about this very project. The hang up seems to be how to wire it. They are confident they can control it if I can figure out how to wire it. Any help on that point would be greatly appreciated.

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dspMC/IP Motion Controller / Re: Research For My upcoming Build
« on: February 08, 2011, 10:26:02 PM »
Thank you for the information I will inquire into the new controller options to see if they will now work with the fanuc servo and spindle drives. 

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dspMC/IP Motion Controller / Research For My upcoming Build
« on: February 04, 2011, 12:01:17 PM »
I have a 750 saber with acramatic 850MC control that I am going to retro. Control will not run outside of manual mode? However my Fanuc servo and spindle drives and motors are working fine so I would like to keep them. I am planning on using the dspMC motion controller for servo motion, spindle, and I/O.
Question 1 to be on the safe side should I run two network cards, 1 dedicated to the motion controller and the other for file transfer within my shop network ?

Question 2 I am looking through my maintenance manual for my 12S Spindle  (A06B-6059-H212) and I am trying to figure out the inputs and outputs to make it run. As near as I can tell it will communicate with the controller through CN1 and CN3 only. I have yet to find information on the CN3 connector and the 50 pin CN1 connector pin out in the book has tons of abbreviations I don't understand. I was wondering if anyone could help me decipher this.
Pin #  Abbreviation
1         SAR1                   6      OT                 11           ALM1                 16    SDT2       22      ORAR1             27    OVR1           45      SFR           50    SM1
2         SAR2                   7      MRPDY1          12           ALM2                 17    CTH         23      ORAR2            28     OVR2           46      SRV
3         SST1                   8      MRPDY2          13           OR                    18    OM          24      CTM                29     +15V           47      ESP1
4         SST2                   9      TIM5               14          OS                     19   ARST1       25     ORCM1             31    DA2            48       ESP2
5         TLML                  10     TIM6               15           SDT1                 20   ARST2       26     ORCM2             32      E               49      LM1

I need to know what they are, what voltage they are, which are inputs and which are outputs, are the all used, which are analog and which are digital?
Any Information on CN3?  and What am I missing if you know of anything

FANUC Velocity control  A06B-6050-H402 Connections to Control should be through CN6L, CN6M, and CN6N (K7) as well as CN1L, CN1M, and CN1N (K1)
K1  Pin    abbreviation                                                                        K7 (encoder?)
       1      PRDY1          8    ALM1          14   PRDY 2                             1        0V             14   PCZL              19 *PCBL    
       2      ENBL1           9    ALM2          15  ENBL 2                              2        0V             15   *PCZL             20  SGL
       3     OVL1            10   ALM4          16   OVL2                                3        0V             16   PCAL
       4     VRDY1          11   ALM8          17   VRDY2                              8       OH1            17  *PCAL
       7     VCMD            13   COML         20   ECL                                  9       OH2             18  PCBL

I need to know what they are, what voltage they are, which are inputs and which are outputs, are the all used, which are analog and which are digital?
What am I missing if you know of anything


Any help would be wonderful

Thanks

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Boss 9 retrofit querry
« on: August 22, 2007, 11:11:32 PM »



 
Hi, Archie

I have an R2E4, it's wired 440 volts now, need to re-do the x-former for 220.

If your servo boards and power supply are in good shape, I think there + - 10 volt control, there are several step-dir to +-10 volt boards out

there that will work.

If not ther Rutex makes some Hi-volt boards to replace your servo boards.

Hope this Helps, Chip


Has anyone used this method to retrofit (+/-10v card to nc 400). I retrofit a boss with servos. I reused the motos,power supply and bought new rutex drives. The machine runs nicely as long as no one make a programming error, if however that happens plan on buying a new rutex drive, mabey two, even at 75% of rated performance. This up until now was a nusance at a drive a year, but not pressing until I talked to the US rep (tom) and he let me know that the drive was no longer avaliable. I still have the NC 400 drives and I hear they are stable and hearty. So, is re-using them a good idea or even possible, or should I just bite the bullet and buy better drives from a more stable company. I am trying to get ahead of the problem looming one rapid the wrong way.


Thanks

Vince

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General Mach Discussion / Re: New CV features
« on: July 11, 2007, 12:35:14 PM »
I am wondering if the new CV feature is what I am seeing. I recently upgraded from the V1.94 to  V2.0.064 and I noticed some differences. When I jog my X axis it takes off then slows down then speeds up again. I can see this when I run programs as well but it is still maintaining accuracy. My set up is a servo set up on a milling machine. I see it mostly on my X axis but it does happen on my Y as well. I haven't seen it in the Z.  I was also wondering if mabey I needed to retune. To put the problem in perspective it irritates me mildly however I run the machine daily without issue.

Vince

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