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    Help with Pin Out

    Hello Folks, I've searched everywhere I can think of and couldn't find an answer. So, I'll give the forums a try I have these Tonman 2-phase drivers (model PD2064MA002) on my machine. I have tried to get info from the machine's manufacture, but, the won't release any info

    I want to replace the stepper drives with Kelings digital drives, but, the pinout on the Tonman drives have me stumped. The only info I found were a couple of pics...

    http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f1...ps0a18fbca.jpg

    http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f1...psb2db9397.jpg

    I'm hoping someone can interpret from the pics, which pins are are the pulse, direction, etc., so that I can figure out how to connect my new drives to the machines BOB.

    Thanks
    pete

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    Found this crappy translation but it helps.

    http://www.imendit.com/item/57-86-st...853688035.html

    Drive has 3 opto signal inputs, it can be either step/dir or CW/CCW control, Free is the enable signal.
    There are also 2 outputs for drive faults.

    Pulled and edited the relevant text:

    CW- CW+ Pulse signal input: Drive response to the rising edge of the pulse signal (internal optocoupler current to flow through) signal is high, the range of 4-5V, low 0-0.5V. For reliable response to the pulse signal, the pulse width should be greater than 2.5ms.

    DR/CC- DR / CC+ Direction of the signal / reverse pulse input: Single pulse signal for the direction, in order to ensure motor reliable commutation, the direction of the signal should be the pulse signal is at least 5ms establish.

    FREE- FREE+ (6 feet) Off-line signal input: When this signal is active, the drive to force cut off the motor current, the motor is in a free active when this signal is in an invalid state, the normal current of the driver output, the motor is locked.

    TIM Pole E-pole Motor relative to the origin of the signal output: This signal output and TIM light synchronization, in some specific occasions for.

    O. H Pole E-pole Protection action signal output: This output signal is synchronized with the O.H indicator. Use this signal when the drive protected action can notify the host computer drive is faulty.

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    Lucas, Thank you so much !!!!!! I'll give it a shot tonight
    pete

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    Re: Help with Pin Out

    Hi Slowwitch, I have the same problem, I have a CNC router 4 axis with Tonman 2-phase drivers (model PD2064MA002), and I haven't been able to find any specification for the conexion with pin and dir, did you manage to make your CNC work?
    Can you send me the configuration? please, I need help

    Thanks in advance, I know it has pass too much time

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    Re: Help with Pin Out

    Quote Originally Posted by Braulio01 View Post
    Hi Slowwitch, I have the same problem, I have a CNC router 4 axis with Tonman 2-phase drivers (model PD2064MA002), and I haven't been able to find any specification for the conexion with pin and dir, did you manage to make your CNC work?
    Can you send me the configuration? please, I need help

    Thanks in advance, I know it has pass too much time
    Hi, I never got those drivers to work. I wound up getting regular old steppers

    pete
    pete

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