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    Looking for drive/amplifier for old AC servos?

    I have a dyna mechtronics dn4400m

    With ac servos on XYZ axis

    What I know about these is as follows.


    X-Y axis
    Mitsubishi motors
    HA40CS
    Rated Torque
    30.0 kg/cm at stall (2687 oz.in.)
    27.2 kg/cm at 1000 RPM
    24.4 kg/cm at 2000 RPM
    Max. RPM 2000
    Weight 8 kg

    Z axis
    Mitsubishi motor
    HA80CS
    Rated Torque
    60.0 kg/cm at stall (5375 oz.in.)
    54.4 kg/cm at 1000 RPM
    48.7 kg/cm at 2000 RPM
    Max. RPM 2000
    Weight 12kg

    Anybody know where to get a data sheet, manual, or wiring diagram

    I would also be interested if there are some good YouTube videos on figuring out the wiring on these or similar motors.

    Really would be interested in getting some drives to run them.

    Thanks
    Duke

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    Re: Looking for drive/amplifier for old AC servos?

    Quote Originally Posted by jduke View Post
    I have a dyna mechtronics dn4400m

    With ac servos on XYZ axis

    What I know about these is as follows.


    X-Y axis
    Mitsubishi motors
    HA40CS

    Z axis
    Mitsubishi motor
    HA80CS

    Anybody know where to get a data sheet, manual, or wiring diagram
    I would also be interested if there are some good YouTube videos on figuring out the wiring on these or similar motors.

    Thanks
    Duke
    Not sure if this is right or not.
    Have a butchers through it.
    HA is mentioned in it.
    https://dl.mitsubishielectric.com/dl...81/sh3181l.pdf

    Well. Generally servo's have U,V,W,Pe main connections, it's the encoders they may wire differently.
    You might want to look into the actiual amplifiers Mitsubishi couple with them instead.
    The wiring diagrams are more likely to be in there.

    I don't often see wiring diagrams with motors themselves because manufacturers such as Mitsu generally make their cables generic to them all.
    Connection numbers are more likely in the amp manuals.
    (Pin no's may be stamped small beside the motors pins).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dazp1976 View Post
    Not sure if this is right or not.
    Have a butchers through it.
    HA is mentioned in it.
    https://dl.mitsubishielectric.com/dl...81/sh3181l.pdf

    Well. Generally servo's have U,V,W,Pe main connections, it's the encoders they may wire differently.
    You might want to look into the actiual amplifiers Mitsubishi couple with them instead.
    The wiring diagrams are more likely to be in there.

    I don't often see wiring diagrams with motors themselves because manufacturers such as Mitsu generally make their cables generic to them all.
    Connection numbers are more likely in the amp manuals.
    (Pin no's may be stamped small beside the motors pins).

    Thanks for the lead, I’m pretty comfortable with steppers but this is my first look into servos

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