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30 Sep 2013 19:37 #39391 by andypugh

I I found a number on one encoder: GP 403.Z02 704150-01


I am not finding much from that code.

Can you attach a photo of the encoder, showing the label?

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30 Sep 2013 20:49 #39397 by tschofe
www.kollmorgen.com/en-us/products/drives...allation_en-us_reva/

page 25 shows the resolver conection did that help somebody ??

tomorrow i will build up that resolver.

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30 Sep 2013 20:55 #39398 by andypugh

www.kollmorgen.com/en-us/products/drives...allation_en-us_reva/

page 25 shows the resolver conection did that help somebody ??.


Pages 26 and 27 are informative. Do you know if you have either of the two output options shown there? (encoder or SSI?)

LinuxCNC can work with either.

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30 Sep 2013 21:45 #39401 by tschofe
Not realy :(

What should i do next ?? get out this resolver ?? Open the resolver ?? :blink:

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30 Sep 2013 21:56 #39403 by andypugh

Not realy :(
What should i do next ?? get out this resolver ?? Open the resolver ?? :blink:


I think you should consider the drives and the motor/resolver as a matched pair.

If you intend to use the drives and motor together then the resolver does not matter.

What we need to work out is which output option your drives have.

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01 Oct 2013 13:02 - 01 Oct 2013 15:38 #39433 by tschofe
I never talked about to change resolver or motor i only want to kick out this old controller (Pc)

Output option i guess it depend on the interface option right ??

i tooked out that drive and made some pictures pics from driver

hope that help somebody

I feel like somebody who never saw a wheel before hahaha
Last edit: 01 Oct 2013 15:38 by tschofe.

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01 Oct 2013 22:42 #39444 by andypugh
OK, the pictures round the back of of the 65WKSMB backplane, which has the signals described on page 22 of the manual.

Slightly unfortunately, as far as I can make out, the numbers on the terminals don't mean anything, you need to go by the silkscreen, and those are abbreviations, sort-of listed on page 8 (section 1.3). It looks like the control setpoint is supplied by the two small wires into SW1+ and SW1-. Where do those wires go to?

Going by the picture on page 47 the add-on board on the drive cards is the Resolver converter.

So, what it still unclear to me is what the original controller used for position feedback.

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01 Oct 2013 23:58 #39456 by andypugh

i tooked out that drive and made some pictures pics from driver


Looking at the blue encoder, it says "IVO" and IVO seems to be a sub-brand of Baumer, who make encoders, but not resolvers.

Also, the encoder is not mounted on the motor, so I think that you have a resolver in the motor connected to the drive and then an encoder on the leadscrew connected to the controller.

Can you trace the wires from the blue encoder and see where they go to?

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02 Oct 2013 01:00 #39459 by tschofe
i will check the blue wire where the hell its going. I checked the manual the hole day but i still not get smart from it..

I know it is working how it is connected right now

So bad difficult to get information about all that stuff

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02 Oct 2013 01:02 #39460 by andypugh

So bad difficult to get information about all that stuff


Have you forgotten what it was like before the Internet?

You would need to go to the library to find the address of the manufacturer, then write to them asking for a manual for the drives, and then they might or might not reply, and might or might not _sell_ you the manual.

Things are _easy_ now.

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