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    Question Probelms with Huanyang Inverter VFD and Mk3 Board control

    My dad has built a CNC machine with a Mk3 board, he has a Spindle which he has wired to an output board following the instructions on the blog images of wiring at this link: https://imgur.com/a/4qpkEuH
    I have enable the 0-10v and control by terminals in the programs and setup the cnc as attached picture shows.
    The M3 command does nothing and the controls dont work either, what are we doing wrong?

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    Re: Probelms with Huanyang Inverter VFD and Mk3 Board control

    Execute a couple gcode lines and measure voltage coming out of Mk3 board

    m3 S12000. Voltage should be about 5v do

    Then.

    M3 S24000 the voltage should be 10vdc

    Russ

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    Re: Probelms with Huanyang Inverter VFD and Mk3 Board control

    Ok, no voltage output at all with those commands, I got some better pictures of the wiring if that helps
    https://imgur.com/a/iKVlZ74

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    Re: Probelms with Huanyang Inverter VFD and Mk3 Board control

    Small Addendum, the output 1 puts out a max of 4.40V when at either 12000 or 24000, this is with a 12V power supply attached to the PlanetCNC Board

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    Re: Probelms with Huanyang Inverter VFD and Mk3 Board control

    Quote Originally Posted by Muldy29 View Post
    Small Addendum, the output 1 puts out a max of 4.40V when at either 12000 or 24000, this is with a 12V power supply attached to the PlanetCNC Board
    Next to the 0-10v output it has a Ground and 12v input this is most likely needed for the 0-10v to work, your wire being used is also incorrect you need Twisted Pair and Shielded is preferred you have to have the output from the Board working before you connect to the VFD Drive, you also need to remove the Reverse wiring as these Spindles are not to be used in Reverse
    Mactec54

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    Re: Probelms with Huanyang Inverter VFD and Mk3 Board control

    Thanks, I will look into that, but now I have another problem, I have removed all wiring from the VFD and reset it to factory, but the VFD will not run the spindle using the touchpads on the front anymore, any Ideas, It was for a minute or two set to max frequency of 1600Hz in the Settings for PlanetCNC, could this have affected the VFD?

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    Re: Probelms with Huanyang Inverter VFD and Mk3 Board control

    Quote Originally Posted by Muldy29 View Post
    Thanks, I will look into that, but now I have another problem, I have removed all wiring from the VFD and reset it to factory, but the VFD will not run the spindle using the touchpads on the front anymore, any Ideas, It was for a minute or two set to max frequency of 1600Hz in the Settings for PlanetCNC, could this have affected the VFD?
    You can't run the spindle with the Factory Reset Parameters you will damage the spindle, DO NOT RUN IT

    What is your spindle spec's

    Kw=
    Amps=
    Voltage=
    Hz=
    Mactec54

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    Re: Probelms with Huanyang Inverter VFD and Mk3 Board control

    A few years ago I also owned a Huanyang inverter (both the 1.5KW and the 2.2KW one). It's not hard to set it up...just read the manual (also found online). If it can be useful at the time I participated in a discussion on an Italian forum on this topic.
    everything is in Italian but with the Google translator there shouldn't be any problems.

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    Re: Probelms with Huanyang Inverter VFD and Mk3 Board control

    Quote Originally Posted by Muldy29 View Post
    I will post the Parameters that need to be set
    Mactec54

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    Re: Probelms with Huanyang Inverter VFD and Mk3 Board control

    Quote Originally Posted by Muldy29 View Post
    Here are the Parameters you need to set

    Huanyang Mactec54
    1.5Kw 400Hz 220v Water Cooled

    PD000=0 for Parameter unlock (1) for Parameter Lock

    PD001=0 (1 For Remote Control) (1 For 0-10v Terminal Control or Remote Trim Pot Control) (J1 Also Needs to be set for Terminal Control)

    PD002=0

    PD003=400

    PD004=400

    PD005=400

    PD006=260

    PD007=20

    PD008=220 (Motor Rated Voltage)

    PD009=143

    PD010=11

    PD011=120

    PD013= 08 (Is for Factory reset, only use this to set VFD to Factory Default Settings)

    PD014=8 (Acceleration Adjust to suit)

    PD015=8 (Deceleration Adjust to suit)

    PD120=120 (Stall Prevention)

    PD141=220 (Motor Rated Voltage)

    PD041=8 (Carrier Frequency max up to 10)

    PD142=6 (Motor Max Amps 7 for 1.5Kw Spindle)

    PD143=2 (Motor Number of Poles)

    PD144=3000 (Max Motor RPM) =3,000= (24,000)

    PD070=0 (This may need to be set to 1 if Control Voltage is 0-5v)

    PD072=400

    PD073=120

    PD174= (Set to Max VFD Drives Output Amp Rating)
    Mactec54

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    Re: Probelms with Huanyang Inverter VFD and Mk3 Board control

    Thank you. It is working again

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