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    VFD Configuration With Huanyang VFD [ Model: HY02D223B ], C10, C6, Mach3

    Hello All;

    I’m stumped, and would sure appreciate it if one of you would review the information below and tell me what bonehead thing I have done or neglected to do to get my DIY CNC Router running.

    The only problem I am having, is the configuration of the spindle;

    M3 and M5 commands in Mach3 do turn the spindle On and Off as they should.
    “S” commands in Mach3 do adjust the spindle speed. ( Not Properly ).
    The problem;

    7200 RPM is as slow as the spindle will run regardless of “S” value commanded. The Chart below shows the actual results that I am seeing from various “S” commands.
    From the results, I surmise that the C10 and C6 boards are wired correctly, as well as operating correctly and that Mach3 is configured and working correctly. My thinking is that I have missed something in the parameter settings of the VFD, but four weeks of head scratching and trying different things has not helped me solve the problem.

    Software:
    Windows XP Professional
    Mach 3 Ver. 2

    Hardware:
    CNC4PC C10 Breakout Board
    CNC4PC C6 Spindle Speed Control Board
    Huanyang VFD [ Model: HY02D223B ]
    2.2Kw Water Cooled Spindle


    Electrical Connections:

    C10 Breakout Board to C6 Spindle Speed Control Board

    C10 Board Pin 1 to C6 Board EN CCW Relay 1
    C10 Board GND to C6 GND at inputs
    C10 Board Pin 14 to C6 Step at inputs
    C10 Board Pin 16 to C6 DIR CW Relay 2

    C6 Spindle Speed Control Board to VFD

    C6 Board Output 0-10 v to VI on VFD
    C6 Board Output GND to ACM on VFD
    C6 Board EN / CCW1 / NO to FOR on VFD
    C6 Board DRV / CCW1 / NO to REV on VFD
    C6 Board V_IN1 to DCM on VFD
    C6 Board V_IN2 to DCM on VFD
    VFD Parameter Settings:

    Pd000 = 0
    Pd001 = 1
    Pd002 = 1
    Pd003 = 400
    Pd004 = 400
    Pd005 = 400
    Pd006 = 2.5
    Pd007 = 20
    Pd008 = 220
    Pd009 = 15
    Pd010 = 8
    Pd011 = 120
    Pd014 = 12
    Pd015 = 15
    Pd070 = 0
    Pd072 = 400
    Pd073 = 120
    Pd141 = 220
    Pd142 = 9
    Pd143 = 2
    Pd144 = 3000


    Please See Attachments Below


    Thank You In Advance For Your Help,
    John

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    Re: VFD Configuration With Huanyang VFD [ Model: HY02D223B ], C10, C6, Mach3

    Quote Originally Posted by JCN View Post
    Hello All;

    I’m stumped, and would sure appreciate it if one of you would review the information below and tell me what bonehead thing I have done or neglected to do to get my DIY CNC Router running.

    The only problem I am having, is the configuration of the spindle;

    M3 and M5 commands in Mach3 do turn the spindle On and Off as they should.
    “S” commands in Mach3 do adjust the spindle speed. ( Not Properly ).
    The problem;

    7200 RPM is as slow as the spindle will run regardless of “S” value commanded. The Chart below shows the actual results that I am seeing from various “S” commands.
    From the results, I surmise that the C10 and C6 boards are wired correctly, as well as operating correctly and that Mach3 is configured and working correctly. My thinking is that I have missed something in the parameter settings of the VFD, but four weeks of head scratching and trying different things has not helped me solve the problem.

    Software:
    Windows XP Professional
    Mach 3 Ver. 2

    Hardware:
    CNC4PC C10 Breakout Board
    CNC4PC C6 Spindle Speed Control Board
    Huanyang VFD [ Model: HY02D223B ]
    2.2Kw Water Cooled Spindle


    Electrical Connections:

    C10 Breakout Board to C6 Spindle Speed Control Board

    C10 Board Pin 1 to C6 Board EN CCW Relay 1
    C10 Board GND to C6 GND at inputs
    C10 Board Pin 14 to C6 Step at inputs
    C10 Board Pin 16 to C6 DIR CW Relay 2

    C6 Spindle Speed Control Board to VFD

    C6 Board Output 0-10 v to VI on VFD
    C6 Board Output GND to ACM on VFD
    C6 Board EN / CCW1 / NO to FOR on VFD
    C6 Board DRV / CCW1 / NO to REV on VFD
    C6 Board V_IN1 to DCM on VFD
    C6 Board V_IN2 to DCM on VFD
    VFD Parameter Settings:

    Pd000 = 0
    Pd001 = 1
    Pd002 = 1
    Pd003 = 400
    Pd004 = 400
    Pd005 = 400
    Pd006 = 2.5
    Pd007 = 20
    Pd008 = 220
    Pd009 = 15
    Pd010 = 8
    Pd011 = 120
    Pd014 = 12
    Pd015 = 15
    Pd070 = 0
    Pd072 = 400
    Pd073 = 120
    Pd141 = 220
    Pd142 = 9
    Pd143 = 2
    Pd144 = 3000


    Please See Attachments Below


    Thank You In Advance For Your Help,
    John
    The slowest your spindle can run is 6,000 RPM if you have a good VFD, ( which you don't ) PD11=100 & PD073=100, this will get you to the minimum speed your spindle can run, if you start having trouble with the VFD then put it back to 120, these VFD Drives are a little wimpy, so I recommend them being at 120

    PD11 & 73 is your minimum speed setting
    Mactec54

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    Re: VFD Configuration With Huanyang VFD [ Model: HY02D223B ], C10, C6, Mach3

    Thanks, I appreciate your help

    John

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    Re: VFD Configuration With Huanyang VFD [ Model: HY02D223B ], C10, C6, Mach3

    Hello dear friend I'm also having the same problem. The speed at the spindle speed on the mach3 is different from the inverter disply. Can you solve the problem? Sincerely, Lidio

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    Re: VFD Configuration With Huanyang VFD [ Model: HY02D223B ], C10, C6, Mach3

    I've seen many post where PD006 (Intermediate frequency) is a value less than PD007 (Min. Frequency). Why is that correct? Relative to the v/f charts shouldn't Intermediate frequency be greater than min frequency?

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    Re: VFD Configuration With Huanyang VFD [ Model: HY02D223B ], C10, C6, Mach3

    Quote Originally Posted by drygui49 View Post
    I've seen many post where PD006 (Intermediate frequency) is a value less than PD007 (Min. Frequency). Why is that correct? Relative to the v/f charts shouldn't Intermediate frequency be greater than min frequency?
    Only if it is being used, this has to be a calculated number, with the V/F ratio, it is fine for it not to be set. there can be some advantages for it to be set though, that can help the mid range performance if you run in that RPM range.
    Mactec54

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    Re: VFD Configuration With Huanyang VFD [ Model: HY02D223B ], C10, C6, Mach3

    Quote Originally Posted by bneto View Post
    Hello dear friend I'm also having the same problem. The speed at the spindle speed on the mach3 is different from the inverter disply. Can you solve the problem? Sincerely, Lidio
    There are many things in Mach3 that have to be set correct to match the VFD Drive RPM, your 0-10v is a good place to start.
    Mactec54

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