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clearpath with csmio/ip-a
« on: September 13, 2016, 05:13:50 PM »
hi hood i would ask about clearpath wiring to csmoi/ip-a
the clearpath sdsk model has (a-.a-) (b+.b-) (enable+.enable-) and (hlfb+.hlfb-)
hlfb is high level feed back
so i can wiring it? help me please
and about the rellays (ssr or other rellay) how can i wire it to csmio/ip-a (ssr solid state relay)
and how i can wire short puch boton like home axis and home all axis and reset and others in to csmoi/ip-a
thank you so much
and this is clearpath manual
https://www.teknic.com/files/downloads/clearpath_user_manual.pdf

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Re: clearpath with csmio/ip-a
« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2016, 06:40:04 PM »
From a quick look at the manual it looks like you can not use it with any of the CSMIO products. The IP-A is analogue voltage, the IP-S and IP-M are Step and Direction. It would seem your Clearpath is looking for encoder style inputs to follow.
Hood
Re: clearpath with csmio/ip-a
« Reply #2 on: September 22, 2016, 07:47:23 AM »
the SDxx models are Step and Direction
Re: clearpath with csmio/ip-a
« Reply #3 on: September 22, 2016, 12:45:38 PM »
there is a one how use csmioips with cleapath sd model http://www.dzcues.com/cnc_build.html
and i send cslabs this question and they told me to use csmioips with this http://www.cs-lab.eu/en/produkt-15,4-Line_Receiver__Universal_converter_of_differential_signals_TTL_into_digital_signals_TTL_or_OC.html
and the from dzcue hi use it without it
when i told to cslabs gay told they may be pulses loosing
thank you hood

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Re: clearpath with csmio/ip-a
« Reply #4 on: September 28, 2016, 02:36:41 AM »
Sorry not really sure what you are asking.
I think maybe you are asking about whether you need differential Step/Dir signals?
I would say you are much better using differential, you may get away with using single ended inputs but there is a chance of noise and lost steps if your wiring is not shielded correctly.
Hood