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    Re: Spindle conversion help needed

    You would use the belt drive and an encoder on the spindle for rigid tapping there is not much to it
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    Re: UC100 controller

    Your controller is using step/dir so if it has a parallel port for the UC100 to connect to then there is no reason for it not to work
  3. Re: Older industrial VFD (Allen-Bradley) to CNC controller?

    It will depend what you want to run with it as it may not be suitable if you want to run a high speed spindle normally these old drive are fine for a regular 3Ph Ac motor 50/60 Hz

    Being used for...
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    Re: Help find an analogue.

    You may not get all you want but there are some like this, Delta tau was a nice control

    Vital systems CNC Mach3 Mach4 Motion Controller, Ethernet PLC that may work for you also

    Centroid Oak ...
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    Re: HY 1.5kw 220V *NO DISPLAY* AT ALL

    When you said you plugged it in, did you just plug it in to a power outlet, Plugging and unplugging is a no for VFD Drives as they will normally end up like this, they must be turned On/Off by a...
  6. Re: dyn4 Analog servo grounding schematic with dspmc controler

    Here is another good article on Ground

    https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/technical-articles/an-introduction-to-ground/
  7. Re: dyn4 Analog servo grounding schematic with dspmc controler

    You have found out some good information then as to how the dspmc needs to be wired, it's what I said in post # 3 without checking a system as to how it has been configured there is no why of knowing...
  8. Re: 2kw step-up/step-down transformer + 220v "normal" vfd, or VFD w/ voltage doubler

    I don't think any of this is very productive as the Transformers we are talking about are CE certified and without looking inside one we are only guessing as to how they have been wired, there are a...
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    Re: What's the story on 1.5kW 110V VFDs?

    This is what you posted which is clearly incorrect and what I was referring too, not what you have just posted after your adjustment, you seem to have some confusion with the voltage if your spindle...
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    Re: DYN2 drive issues

    Yes that is the best way to do your wiring and the fuse will have to be a minimum of 20A that power supply will also have a fuse inside on the input power so no other protection need for the power...
  11. Re: 2kw step-up/step-down transformer + 220v "normal" vfd, or VFD w/ voltage doubler

    You run one of these step/up Transformers 120v to 240v driving a VFD Drive and spindle, I find that to be a tall one there are very few people that do this, most of those that do, I have helped with...
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    Re: bolt frame build

    I might of missed it but what Plastic sheet did you end up with
  13. Re: dyn4 Analog servo grounding schematic with dspmc controler

    I have the books that you reference and many others, have used some parts for teaching but not all applies to the 2014 NEC regulation's

    The guys in this video teach write or change the code and...
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    Re: DYN2 drive issues

    I see you have a major problem you can not have the fuse's where you have them if the fuse blows which it will being only 15A the drive will be smoked I use 70V DC supply on the new Dyn2 drives
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  15. Re: 2kw step-up/step-down transformer + 220v "normal" vfd, or VFD w/ voltage doubler

    The Video shows all configurations he just has to look at how the Transformer he has is wired to see if it complies

    Your 1T would not be suitable to Ground a VFD Drive too
  16. Re: dyn4 Analog servo grounding schematic with dspmc controler

    It is no longer a recommended way to connect Power supply commons to Ground in this manner the electrical code enforcers will stop you in your tracks for doing it this way

    If you understand...
  17. Re: dyn4 Analog servo grounding schematic with dspmc controler

    No I don't have a dspmc controller, Post #3 tells you what you have to follow, I have installed dozens of the DMM servo system with different controls

    And no if you correctly terminate Shields...
  18. Re: 2kw step-up/step-down transformer + 220v "normal" vfd, or VFD w/ voltage doubler

    Here is a video of all that is needed, it is not a Building Transformer so can have a single Ground /Earth wire from the input supply Ground / Earth star point mounted, which it may already have

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  19. Re: 2kw step-up/step-down transformer + 220v "normal" vfd, or VFD w/ voltage doubler

    For simplicity sake for testing you could use the Breaker on the Transformer, but when you do the cabinet then you will need a different setup, it is going to get a little tricky when you use it with...
  20. Re: DYN4 Overcurrent, but only on initial startup

    If he is using Absolute Encoder he is not going to lose position with a full power down they are good for up to 45 min and using the optional battery backup, as long as the battery's are good it will...
  21. Re: DYN4 Overcurrent, but only on initial startup

    To clear a major fault you have to do a total recycle of the main power, that is normal for most controls like this, you should have it all done though, from your main On / Off a the control,...
  22. Re: DYN4 Overcurrent, but only on initial startup

    This is the same as what Jim has been doing, the difference that I do is add it as a separate circuit with it's own SSD which turns on when the contactor turn on but is not in the safety circuit so...
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    Re: VFD interface to other equipment.

    You only need the panel to be wired correct any other wiring outside of the sub panel would be normal wiring practice's

    Check that the Built in bus to see if it is isolated or not most sub box's...
  24. Re: 2kw step-up/step-down transformer + 220v "normal" vfd, or VFD w/ voltage doubler

    It is hard to say which is best 120V to 220V VFD would normally be better But a suitable Transformer like what you already have but 3000w would also be a good choice and buy a 2Kw 220v/240v VFD Drive...
  25. Re: DYN4 Overcurrent, but only on initial startup

    The logic is not 3Ph

    The Dmm manual shows multiple drives wired as I have said

    For a single Drive is attached below I would still isolate the logic with it's own circuit and SSR
  26. Re: DYN4 Overcurrent, but only on initial startup

    I have never tried it the way you are using it, because I have never had a drive fault on startup, the way I do it is mostly how it is done in the industry, which you may be doing it in a similar...
  27. Re: DYN4 Overcurrent, but only on initial startup

    Yes I have Softservo control Soft Servo Systems | Motion Control
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    Re: What's the story on 1.5kW 110V VFDs?

    Definitely was a noise problem you where having a EMI Power Filter closely mounted to the VFD Drive input power connection would most likely have solved all your problems

    Why did it start to...
  29. Re: novusun v2 4 axis 200hz ,help on setup spindle

    Everything has to do with Ports and Pins to get an output working
  30. Re: DYN4 Overcurrent, but only on initial startup

    I believe the problem is with the oak or how your wiring circuits are, I have installed dozen's of these drives and have never had any of these problems, I have never used an Oak system, I know...
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