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Offline mhdale

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Driving the Analog out on a CNC4PC IO Board
« on: March 14, 2007, 10:50:52 PM »
Hello again, Since I have reduced my settings because of losing position issues I have noticed some issues with the output to my VFD. I am using the CNC4PC Multifuntion board to generate the  0-10V analog signal needed for the spindle drive , but when I set my settings as per the instructions I get perhaps 55% of the output that it says I should with the adjustment trim pot maxed. Is anyone else out there using one of these board and have you had any issues getting the 0-10 Range using the suggested settings?

Mike

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Re: Driving the Analog out on a CNC4PC IO Board
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2007, 08:27:53 AM »
Hey Mike,
   I have seen other post on this topic. I can't remember exactly where or their name. Might need to do a couple of searches.


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