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    Default Re: Hawk 150, acramatic, servo motor rapids like mad on startup



    Now as it hits lower limit switch it goes up and errors overload.

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    Default Re: Hawk 150, acramatic, servo motor rapids like mad on startup

    Hi guys.
    I'm still struggling. I bought another vickers bds4 drive, and still same thing happened. So I have one bds4 for sale.
    This machine was equipped with linear scale, but that's disconnected before I bought it. I did some backup restore, Maybe I need to change some parameters, in case the backup for x axis included linear scale being on?
    But how would you do it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by tspiszak View Post
    Hi guys.
    I'm still struggling. I bought another vickers bds4 drive, and still same thing happened. So I have one bds4 for sale.
    This machine was equipped with linear scale, but that's disconnected before I bought it. I did some backup restore, Maybe I need to change some parameters, in case the backup for x axis included linear scale being on?
    But how would you do it?


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    I cannot tell from ur video anything. Too little data. If indeed x motor runs away then that may be caused by missing or bad scale. Is there a scale? If not, fives can send u a doc how to change to drive enc emulation output.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_Kilroy View Post
    I cannot tell from ur video anything. Too little data. If indeed x motor runs away then that may be caused by missing or bad scale. Is there a scale? If not, fives can send u a doc how to change to drive enc emulation output.

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    Sounds like ur drive, motor, motor cables are all good (or it would not have reversed dir and gone up again after ls). Prob most likely in bad or missing scale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_Kilroy View Post
    Sounds like ur drive, motor, motor cables are all good (or it would not have reversed dir and gone up again after ls). Prob most likely in bad or missing scale.

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    Hi Mike. Correct. The scale was unplugged and wires in bd4 "closed loop", but it still had scale feedback in axis setup. We change that to motor feedback and hurray no more jumps.
    There's another issue, as soon as I start spindle, it " crashes " with SPINDLE OT ERR.

    I found a guy locally who knows Cincinnati, hopefully he can sort it out.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by tspiszak View Post
    Hi Mike. Correct. The scale was unplugged and wires in bd4 "closed loop", but it still had scale feedback in axis setup. We change that to motor feedback and hurray no more jumps.
    There's another issue, as soon as I start spindle, it " crashes " with SPINDLE OT ERR.

    I found a guy locally who knows Cincinnati, hopefully he can sort it out.
    Thanks

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    U hve Mach diagrams? We brought ot vfs5 thermostat out of drive and back in an io point... special. Is that maybe not the original vfs5? Got full part no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_Kilroy View Post
    U hve Mach diagrams? We brought ot vfs5 thermostat out of drive and back in an io point... special. Is that maybe not the original vfs5? Got full part no?

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    I have machine wiring diagram.
    Here's the spindle drive



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    Default Re: Hawk 150, acramatic, servo motor rapids like mad on startup

    It would take too long to go look if that VFS5 part number is indeed the correct one for y our Hawk 150, I have paying jobs I gotta handle right now: my impression is it is not; we identified the special things we did inside the VFS5 with a 4 digit additional number - where your shows just 00. You can find out by calling Fives.

    But in the meantime, I can tell you that we disconnected the heatsink thermal sw inside, and added a jumper inside the drive to an output pin so the a2100 could monitor it instead. If you have a generic VFS5, it will not have this mod.

    THAT said, attached is a pix of your wiring diagram showing the pin we used to output the thermal sw. Follow your print and either jumper it on or whatever so the fault goes away. If it is a generic VFS5 without this mod, then the drive iteself is watching the heatsink temp and will handle shut down if it gets too hot. 6 one, half a dozen as they say.

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