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1881
General Mach Discussion / Re: Leadshine EL5 ac servo troubles
« on: February 25, 2015, 02:53:31 AM »
Hi all,

the only thing i am wondering is, how should the driver know
witch analog input (AI1/AI3) is the one witch gives the velocity
setpoint.

i can't find a paramater to select.

for me it looks like you have to configure SI2 and SI3 to INTSPD1 and INTSP2
and connect both to GND to select the analog input.

not sure just a idea by reading the manual. but however it's not clear to me
how to select AI1 or AI3.

Thomas


1882
General Mach Discussion / Re: Leadshine EL5 ac servo troubles
« on: February 24, 2015, 02:45:50 AM »
Hi Johnny,

found something interesting in the software manual.

5.2 Velocity mode
First, you need to modify the parameter value of control mode in parameter manage window, make the value of
control mode to 1. then in monitor setting, you need to setup Pr4.00=000300,make the motor enable, then you
need to download and save the new value to the driver, then restart the new values of parameter to make them
available.

can you check Pr.4.00


have you worked throu this chapter 5.2 for velocity mode setup ?
have you checked the voltage on VI1 with a voltmeter ?


Thomas

1883
General Mach Discussion / Re: Leadshine EL5 ac servo troubles
« on: February 23, 2015, 05:28:54 AM »
Hi Johnny,

PA3.15 should be 0

have you tryed to use AI1.

for the moment i can not find any parameter for the
selection AI3/AI1.

Thomas

1884
General Mach Discussion / Re: Leadshine EL5 ac servo troubles
« on: February 23, 2015, 04:27:04 AM »
Johnny,

if you enable the drive (torque) you should have in the display
rpms. is the rpm display allway 0 or is it changing (especialy if you
try to turn on the motor shaft manualy)?

Thomas

1885
General Mach Discussion / Re: Leadshine EL5 ac servo troubles
« on: February 23, 2015, 03:00:36 AM »
Hi Johnny,

normal if power is on and Servo-on input isactive, you should have torque
on the drive. if not ther is still something wrong withe the general servo on.

you have conneted the servo on to GND ?

Thomas

1886
General Mach Discussion / Re: Leadshine EL5 ac servo troubles
« on: February 22, 2015, 03:30:18 AM »
Hi,

had a quick look to the manual, i think minimum wiring will be

pin 1 -> 24V
pin31 -> GND
pin2 -> GND for Servo on
not sure about pin7/8/9 to put them to GND

but have in mind, that all inputs off servo drive have to be
pulled to GND to enable them.

than use  velocitymode .

Thomas

1887
FAQs / Re: non consistent speed during arcs
« on: February 21, 2015, 06:53:39 AM »
hi,

have you had a look for the CPU usage during a cut.
just thinking that something else makes this stops.

Thomas

1888
VB and the development of wizards / Re: macro for homing
« on: February 21, 2015, 03:00:42 AM »
Hi,

for Example

Sub main()

   SetParam("VelocitiesX",66.66) 'Value in units/sec
   msgbox GetParam("VelocitiesX")


End Sub

Thomas

1889
VB and the development of wizards / Re: macro for homing
« on: February 19, 2015, 02:31:11 AM »
Hi riporeno,

why was wondering if it was possible to set the speed with a macro.

Get/SetParam()

"VelocitiesX" = X MaxVel from motor tuning page (SetParam as units/second. Mach will multiply X60 for display in motor tuning as units/minute.)
"VelocitiesY"= Y MaxVel from motor tuning page (SetParam as units/second. Mach will multiply X60 for display in motor tuning as units/minute.)
"VelocitiesZ" = Z MaxVel from motor tuning page (SetParam as units/second. Mach will multiply X60 for display in motor tuning as units/minute.)

is that what you are looking for ?

Thomas


1890
VB and the development of wizards / Re: macro for homing
« on: February 18, 2015, 02:41:46 AM »
Hi riporeno,
hi TPS
sorry but I do not understand what you mean
  I have two different input
before zeroing I enable a relay that signal out of limits.
arrival on the micro that indicates the first input.
I go back up to find zero index encoder. on the second input.
thank you
regads

i mean to wire both signals ,home switch and index signal, via
a relay to one input, witch is the reference input. then you
can use in both times the reference function, and not reacting
to an input in the macro.

VB macros are only updated 1/10s so it is very hard to see this index
signal. homing function is updated in a higher priority.

Thomas