My next step in testing my setup is to tune/test the motors . The instructions say to use a lower motor voltage initially,"even 24volts will work for a 200v motor " it just won't have full speed or torque. my motors are
90v and the supply's output ='s 85volts.
Anyone here use a lower voltage when they 1rst tested? It only makes sense
to do this but I don't have another supply , if I have to I will get one just looking for opinions from people that might have already been their.
I have already hooked to the computer and the drives/software/encoders
are functioning ,very simple process , I am really supprised.
Remember, to turn the pots (if your DC servo Drive Has) to mid way gain, midway the others and gradually tune until you get no motion on Zero Analog, but the motor holds firm and prevent being turned by your fingers, and then give the Analog input by a 1.5V with a penlight battery.
Go to the Galil or AMC website and compare the servo tuning for their DC Servo Drives.
Last edited by vasanthlathes; 04-10-2009 at 08:41 AM. Reason: spelling mistake