Possibility of using Bosch DC servodriver

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07 Feb 2022 00:19 - 08 Feb 2022 23:39 #234204 by chochanghyun
  Hi.
I am going to work on saving mikron wf21c that I bought a few years ago.
It is operated by a system called heidenhain tnc150.
The movement of the Xyz three axis is thought to be due to Bosch, which is an old dc servo.
Can I use this on linuxcnc?
 
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07 Feb 2022 01:19 #234205 by tommylight
Do you have any schematics for it?
If the drives are analog +-10V, as most are, then yes they can be used with addition of Mesa 7i97 OR Mesa 7i92/5i25/6i25 with 7i77. Those are basically 2 versions of the same thing.
Finding out the wiring takes a lot of time and knowledge, so having schematics helps a lot.
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07 Feb 2022 04:06 #234221 by Henk
You can use that drive with linuxcnc. It is a standard velocity mode DC drive with analog command and tacho feedback 
we are running one in our Deckel FP5. 
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07 Feb 2022 06:07 #234225 by chochanghyun
Oh, good news. But I have to make sure that the Bosch Servo is fully operational first. Is there a good way to check?

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