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i want to retrofit my Cincinnati Acramtic 850. presently it having triple axis analog drive PCB -A20B-1001-0770/04B 0129. and model AC -H402.
it is having AC red cap servomotors
and mentioned pulse coder.
first i tried to interface this Servo drive with my ADTECH 4840 cnc controller. But i dont know the pindetails of this Servo drive. and i dont know this is analog are digital drive. it is having CN1, CN5, CN6 connectors.
so now i am planning to get CNC and drives from ADTECH. so i have to retain my servo motors. i am not having the pulse coder connection details . if some one sent this servo motor connection details it will be greatful for me.
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Hi, thank you for your replay. i am trying to interface my ADTECH cnc with fanuc A20B-1001-0770 pcb . but i dont know the if this board is analog or digital. because ADTECH CNC CN1 out put is Pulse type command. in the Fanuc servodrive , it is having,
DAC OUTPUT 0 , DA0
VELOCITY OUTPUT 0 , VOC0
what kind of output is this, Analog, Digital or pulse? can fanuc drives accept pulse signals via CN1?
i attached the Fanuc board details and ADTECH CN1 connector details.
in my hand i am not having Exact pinout details for fanuc CN1 connector, so i need help in pinout details.
in manual not clearly mentioned but,
DA0, DAC OUTPUT 0
VOC0, VELOCITY OUTPUT 0
Z0, ENCODER-0 [INDEX MARK]
CN6 , AND CN1 CONNECTOR IS CONNECTED IN SAME PLUGE IN NC UNIT
I'm trying to make a multi-purpose X-Y-translation table from an old Matsuura milling-machine. It has a Fanuc-11M controller.
My goal is to change to a controller which I program with MACH3. To do so I only need the X and Y servo motors and drives. They are the following:
servo-drives: (velocity control unit) A06B6047H303
Does anyone have a schematic of the servo-drive (or PCB)?
Or a pin-out of the CN1 (FANUC 11M) connector of the PCB?
Any information that can help me is also appriciated.
I'm hoping that a simple +/-10V signal is sufficient for driving the servo's (if only I knew which pins to use of the CN1 connector). All further IO (encoder/limit-switches) can directly go to the controller.