Not knowing anything else about the power supply, I'd guess the 110v you'll get from a wall outlet, and the 24VDC goes to the driver board. I don't think you need the 5VDC for anything.for those who can help me the driver datasheet is here ( http://www.easy-cnc.com/web/download...l3and4Axis.pdf)
I cant get this clear since 3 days ago,.,.,.Also what do I have to do with the power supply??? I mean about wiring it, do I need a separate power supply for the driver board? and another for the hot wire?
here are the specs for the power supply
(24V power supply for the above 4 axis stepper motor driver board
Input voltage: 110VAC
Output voltage:24VDC 6A and 5VDC 6A)
Here you'll have to do some work yourself. With an ohm meter find the 2 sets of 3 wires that have continuity with each other. Then you'll have to find 2 wires out of each 3 that have the highest resistance reading. I think it works like this, wires 1, 2, and 3 are all connected to each other inside the motor. Wires 4, 5, and 6 are connected to each other inside the motor. The resistance in wires 1 and 2 is X. The resistance in wires 2 and 3 is X. The resistance in wires 1 and 3 is 2 times X. Wires 1 and 3 are the ones that go to the driver, wire 2 gets insulated and not connected.also I dont have the motors diagrams, the motors have 6 wires and do not have the manufacturer brand sticker on it.so I cant get info. How can I deal with this puzzle ?? I'm a newbie with this but I know a little bit of electronics that with proper info I cant do this myself, but this is not the case.
Go here http://geckodrive.com/support.cfm and download and READ Step Motor Basics.pdf. Toward the end of the paper are some drawings showing motor windings and that might help explain what I just described.
Hope it helps,any help will be greatly appreciated!! really appreciated!!