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1181
Hello Emil,

i have got no answer from HSD.

the wiring diagram looks ok, the only signal
i am not clear is this frequency level signal.
may be the best thing is to fire up the spindle
and have a look what is going on with this signal.

Thomas

1182
Hello Emil,

--I need help with:
--1-After Homing I have no ideea how can I reset the machine coordinates at 0 ?

are you using the 1024 screenset, if yes have a look in diagnostic page, there you can see
all coordinates. normaly the machine coordinates are set to 0 by reference, what you see
in the main screen are the work offsets, witch may be different.

--2-Got problem on wiring and declare inputs/outputs on  the (VFD-spindle ) , found no where  (Mach3-csmio) somethingh about frequency level and frequency reached
--(attach inverter electr schema) ?

i have written HSD an email about manual.
i think for the beginning it is enought to wire
-csmio analog output to analog input of vfd
-csmio digital output for enable vfd
-inverter ok to a csmio input
-and if you want the frequenzy reached to a csmio input

at least the 24V and GND.

Thomas




1183
General Mach Discussion / Re: Toggle output from button input?
« on: May 27, 2015, 09:02:06 AM »
Hi,
dont think there is a macro solution, bcause the Outputs will be turned off anyway.

may be you can use a Hardware filp-flop relay (1st puls on, next pulse off and so on)?

Thomas

1184
General Mach Discussion / Re: Toggle output from button input?
« on: May 27, 2015, 07:36:15 AM »
Change the valves to 5/2 pulse triggered (4 Outputs).

than the valve stayes in his last Position.

Tomas

1185
Hi Emil,

at least i would seperate axis Limit Switches (can stay in series) and the E-Stop chain,
create a inustrieal Standard estop circiut (e-stop relay and main power contactor for all Motors).
all this Software e-stop circuits are not save for my mind.

Thomas

1186
Hello Emil,

fist of all i am happy to se that you make progress.

regarding to your brain's for the eneable conditions, a couple of the signals should
be handled by mach3 not via brain.

all axis limit switches should be declared in port's/pin's input's
E-Stop should be declared in port's/pin's input's
Enable servo controllers should be declared in port's/pin's output's
servo ready signal should be declared in CSMIO plugin
servo reset signal should be declared in CSMIO plugin

so what is left:
vacuum/pressure limit should only stop automatic operation to be able to do something in manual.

for the e-stop you have normaly a hardware circuit with e-stop relay, this estop relay sholud also
switch off  (off delayed), via a bigger contactor, the main power othe drives and spindles.

Thomas





1187
General Mach Discussion / Re: mach 3 licence not loading heeelp
« on: May 24, 2015, 04:09:40 AM »
normaly you get your licence file in a email as attachment,

yust put ( copy or drag and drop, however you want to call it) this file
into c:\mach3 folder.

1188
General Mach Discussion / Re: mach 3 licence not loading heeelp
« on: May 24, 2015, 03:58:34 AM »
Hi,

you normaly get a file named Mach1Lic.dat witch is your licence.

copy this file in your Mach§ folder (witch is normaly C:\Mach3)

and then start Mach3 again.

Thomas

1189
CS-Lab / Re: Retrofitting- MAHO MC600 with CSMIO/IP-A help
« on: May 22, 2015, 09:17:12 AM »
Hi,

are you sure that your 24vDC power supply is ok?
a digital Output is not "grabing" 4 Volts normaly.

by the way a normal 24VDC relay will also work with 20V,
but there must be something else wrong.

Thomas

1190
Hi,

i am not the modbus Guru, but i think there are code examples for modbus in C avaliable
on the Internet, also here in the Forum is a lot Information how to configure/use
modbus in Mach3 like here:

http://www.machsupport.com/forum/index.php/topic,21105.10.html

i am sure one of the modbus guru's here will help with detailed Information
soon.

the rest (bring the modbus Register to a dro) is very easy.

Thomas