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vacpress
08-09-2007, 12:42 AM
I just got a Keling package. Seems like it is nice stuff for the price. John was easy to deal with. However, I need some information about this stuff and cannot find it. The documentation is charmingly difficult to read. Here are my questions, I hope someone can help!

1. On the KL-4030 drivers, there is a 'rest' input, i think. I am hoping this is an enable. Anyone know what the deal with it is?

2. On this connection diagram I am not certain I see a connection between ground on the PC side and ground on the Driver side. I do see a common +5. I am guessing this is meant to be driven with low going steps then?

3. The motor hookup chart shows 4 of 8 wires. It has 8 listings. I cannot tell if I am meant to hook the motors up with pairs of 2 wires, select a pair, or what. the 3 main possibilities I can see are: (thanks for any help)

A+ Blue\White
A- Blue
B+ Green\White
B- Green

or

A+ White\Red
A- Red
B+ Black\White
B- Black

or

A+ Blue\White & White\Red
A- Blue & Red
B+ Green\White & Black\White
B- Green & Black

automationtechinc
08-09-2007, 09:11 PM
Hi, follow this diagram
if you wnat wire as a bipolar parallel

A+ Blue/White & Red/White
A- Blue & Red
B+ Green/White & Black/White
B- Green & Black
check link for your infomation
http://www.kelinginc.net/KL23H286-20-08B.pdf
http://www.kelinginc.net/KL-4030Wiring.pdf

vacpress
08-10-2007, 02:28 AM
john,

thanks. i actually figured that part out after looking at the motor's datasheet. any word on these 'rest' terminals? do they cut juice to the motors? i suppose i will just see how they respond to +5v across them.

nice stuff. i will send you some photos of my machine and controller box soon. it is almost done.

automationtechinc
08-11-2007, 12:51 PM
Reset signal is same as Enable signal in some other driver. This signal is used for enabling/disabling the driver. High level for enabling the driver and low level for disabling the driver. Usually left unconnected(enabled).

www.kelinginc.net

Nateg281
10-02-2009, 01:17 AM
I just purchased a Harbor Freight X2 mill and was wondering which of your packages you recommend for the conversion? So many different choices I'm not sure which to pick.

If its any help I won't be working with any steel. I will be using the machine for prototyping in plastics and some aluminum. Thanks in advance for any help you can render.

automationtechinc
10-02-2009, 09:54 AM
I just purchased a Harbor Freight X2 mill and was wondering which of your packages you recommend for the conversion? So many different choices I'm not sure which to pick.

If its any help I won't be working with any steel. I will be using the machine for prototyping in plastics and some aluminum. Thanks in advance for any help you can render.

Here is the X2 machine package
http://www.kelinginc.net/Three23XCNCPackage.html
http://www.kelinginc.net/CNCNEMA23Package.html