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bevins
08-31-2009, 07:42 AM
Hi all,

I am looking for someone that can tell if I am wired up correctly before I power up and let the smoke out.

I have keiling KL23H286-20-8B motors and a G540.

I want to run bipolar parralel.


red/white - blue/white to G540 pin 9
red - blue to G540 pin 8
green - black to G540 pin 7
green/white - blackk/white to G540 pin 6

KL23H286-20-08B.pdf (http://www.rbevins.com/CNC/KL23H286-20-08B.pdf)

dmauch
09-03-2009, 11:03 AM
First of all you woul;dn't let the smoke out. The G540's have oustanding short circuit protection.
The wiring is correct per the data sheet but to be honest I have looked at thousands of data sheets and never seen one where the designations were done that way.
What I look for is the * which tells you the phasing of one winding to another.
so *a is connected to *c for pin 9 and so on.
Your wiring is correct. add a 2.8K resistor to pins 1 and 5

Dan Mauch
www.camtronics-cnmc.com
low cost cases for the G540



I am looking for someone that can tell if I am wired up correctly before I power up and let the smoke out.
The

I have keiling KL23H286-20-8B motors and a G540.

I want to run bipolar parralel.


red/white - blue/white to G540 pin 9
red - blue to G540 pin 8
green - black to G540 pin 7
green/white - blackk/white to G540 pin 6

KL23H286-20-08B.pdf (http://www.rbevins.com/CNC/KL23H286-20-08B.pdf)[/QUOTE]

automationtechinc
09-03-2009, 04:39 PM
First of all you woul;dn't let the smoke out. The G540's have oustanding short circuit protection.
The wiring is correct per the data sheet but to be honest I have looked at thousands of data sheets and never seen one where the designations were done that way.
What I look for is the * which tells you the phasing of one winding to another.
so *a is connected to *c for pin 9 and so on.
Your wiring is correct. add a 2.8K resistor to pins 1 and 5

Dan Mauch
www.camtronics-cnmc.com
low cost cases for the G540



I am looking for someone that can tell if I am wired up correctly before I power up and let the smoke out.
The

I have keiling KL23H286-20-8B motors and a G540.

I want to run bipolar parralel.


red/white - blue/white to G540 pin 9
red - blue to G540 pin 8
green - black to G540 pin 7
green/white - blackk/white to G540 pin 6

KL23H286-20-08B.pdf (http://www.rbevins.com/CNC/KL23H286-20-08B.pdf)[/QUOTE]

Check this drawing, it will be clear for you
http://www.kelinginc.net/KL23H286-20-8B.pdf

cncdzz
09-04-2009, 04:01 PM
Now I am confused. I am working on the exact same set up. Looking at g540 docs it appears that pin 9 is -a and pin 8 is +a pin 7 -b and pin 6 +b. Which according to keling wiring diagram would mean pin 9 red & blu, pin 8 red/wht & blu/wht, pin 7 grn & blk, pin 6 grn/wht & blk/wht. Could someone please clarify.
Newbie so don't know if this is the right place to post but here goes.

thanx

CoAMarcus
09-04-2009, 04:59 PM
The phase names are names only; generally when you see a motor control labeled "A", "/A", "B" and "/B" the different letters refer to the two windings. An 8-wire motor adds a bit of confusion to this by throwing in different letters for the names of the wires. You have the right idea in the first post for the wiring.

Marcus