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    Alternative to Mitchell Electronics TI-5000

    Hi all I work at a repair shop and I'm looking to find an alternative for the mitchell TI-5000 encoder test system. The guys at mitchell have moved to a time based subscriber model (it used to be just a licence key and unlimited) and we don't see enough motors to get our moneys worth unfortunately we set up our shop after the switch over to subscription. Does anyone know of an alternative?

    Also on the same note I want to be able to run my motors. Mitchell provides the TI-3000 system to do this but again its subscription - I need a universal motor run system.

    Any thoughts?

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    Re: Alternative to Mitchell Electronics TI-5000

    Hi, did you find a alternativ for the equipment from Mitchell Electronics ?
    We are planning to build our own equipment !!!

    Regards from Denmark

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    Re: Alternative to Mitchell Electronics TI-5000

    I haven't - did you end up building one?

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    Re: Alternative to Mitchell Electronics TI-5000

    Yes, We are building one right now.
    We are using aS7-1500 and converting all signals to hall and then we are using a drive from AMC like mitchell.
    it is better you can them use TTL, Htl , resolver, Endat 2,1 - 2.2, hiperface and hiperface dsl, biss, drivecliq, mitsubishi, fanuc and etc.
    https://www.cnczone.com/forums/attac...d=458998&stc=1
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    Yes, We are building one right now.
    We are using aS7-1500 and converting all signals to hall and then we are using a drive from AMC like mitchell.
    it is better you can them use TTL, Htl , resolver, Endat 2,1 - 2.2, hiperface and hiperface dsl, biss, drivecliq, mitsubishi, fanuc and etc.
    https://www.cnczone.com/forums/attac...d=458998&stc=1

    how does it work?
    replaces the Mitchell well?, Did you get it to work well?

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    Re: Alternative to Mitchell Electronics TI-5000

    Hello elektromann,
    we need an alternative for the ti5000ex. Can you offer us your system ?
    How does it works ??
    Thank you

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    Re: Alternative to Mitchell Electronics TI-5000

    Hello Together,
    i work in a repair shop and we depend on the Mitchell Box. Does anybody has an alternative solution ??

    Thanks for ideas, etc....

    Regards from Germany

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    Re: Alternative to Mitchell Electronics TI-5000

    Hi again
    I will write in here when we are finish Building the test reg.
    So fare it looks promising :-) have a nice sommer :-)

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    Re: Alternative to Mitchell Electronics TI-5000

    Hi Elektromann did you finish it? I have DM'd you but no reply. Maybe you could reach out. I think I can help

    Quote Originally Posted by elektromann View Post
    Hi again
    I will write in here when we are finish Building the test reg.
    So fare it looks promising :-) have a nice sommer :-)

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    Re: Alternative to Mitchell Electronics TI-5000

    Curious has anyone used or heard of Octava Engineering before? Look to have similar repair equipment for servo motors.

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