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    Default Re: 6040 cnc PRT-E1500W vfd settings.

    In attachment. We hope this will help.

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    Default Re: 6040 cnc PRT-E1500W vfd settings.

    I really think I need the US settings for the VFD, I dont think I have mine right.



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    Default Re: 6040 cnc PRT-E1500W vfd settings.

    I found out how to get it set back to factory settings. Now I just need to get all of the frequencies set. I am still learning about the whole VFD concept.



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    Default Re: 6040 cnc PRT-E1500W vfd settings.

    How do you get it back to factory settings? i still cant get mach3 to control mine. if i turn it on in mach it ramps to full speed, if i try to change the speed AT ALL it dtops it to 1/4th speed. Cant figure it out. Also im getting a pwm limit hit error.



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    Default Re: 6040 cnc PRT-E1500W vfd settings.

    how did you get it back to factory settings? I am trying to run a 6040 cnc router with a 1.5kw spindle with the
    my google drive with photos will upload any files concerning this machine
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bw_LONxn1sw6U2laSThISzhPZ0k

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    Default Re: 6040 cnc PRT-E1500W vfd settings.

    Quote Originally Posted by koolkleptokidd View Post
    Recently I bought a 6040 4 axis cnc router off of eBay and the instructions didnt have the right settings for the vfd that came with it.What should I do. I attached the manual to the thread THANKS.
    I purchased a similar machine with the 1500 W Spindle. Attached is the VFD manual that I got from the Chinese distributor for PRT-E1500W VFD settings for the 6040 CNC Router. Note, I don't believe these VFD settings are correct for the 6040 (e.g. 50 Hz should be replaced with 400 Hz). Replacing 50Hz with 400 Hz as recommended earlier in the thread and using the settings with the VFD manual fixes the Spindle rpm issue. I still have the issue of controlling the Spindle speed from the PC through PWM output control in Mach 3 software. I also tried resetting the VFD with the D176/1 and made the corrections to VFD settings as identified below. No luck. In all cases, my spindle will default to whatever is the minimum setting I put in Mach 3 software set-up and issues the warning "PWM Bumped to minimum setting" when I select any change in Spindle speed with the Mach 3 software.

    It sounds like all of this 6040 hardware ships with this open issue in the VFD settings. I purchased a new version of Mach 3. The CNC came with its own Chinese version of Mach 3 that was not very useful given the language differences. Perhaps that could be an issue. Is anyone else using the Chinese version of the Mach 3 software with the VFD settings as they originally came with the machine?

    I would also appreciate any help in getting this issue resolved. I'm working with the Chinese distributor as well. If I make any progress here, I'll post the solution I uncover to this thread.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mactec54 View Post
    I do have the VFD manual for this VFD, and I'm translating it now, so once I have it done, I will post the Parameter Settings, this will take me some time to complete, as some of it does not translate that well
    Please make share you state what the freq Hz motor you have and which voltage you are using please, I made the mistake of downloading the English version of the 6040 with the 1.5kw motor but its was for a 220volt motor I didn't catch it till it was too late, the English version doesn't have enough English to see that without really digging through the content. Thanks for your help though Chimera1960


    Also note: which computer connection USB/DB25
    And as I said earlier which voltage 110v/220v these parameters make a difference as too how you setup up your VFD parameters.

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    does anybody have the info for the 110vac input 6040a or 6040b 1500w 400hz vfd controlled parallel connected for mach3 (chinese software would not decompress) distributer just kept sending me same file over and over again. all I need are the controller box settings




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    Quote Originally Posted by A_Camera View Post
    I have already checked what you posted, but that's not the VFD manual, it is just a bunch of pointless images with very little information. I mean the REAL manual. Why not ask the seller? Did you try that as well?
    Hi A-Camera will this help, I opened my controller box and got a pic of the vfd board and on it there is a number that says FD-A-V2 date 7/12/2016 110v AC is what system i have not 220v like most of the systems vie seen listed, which as a newbie I didn't realize I was talking to you guys in Austrailia, I'm just a yank in the US. Any chance we can find the parameter chart for this VFD?
    Thanks for all your input CHIMERA1960

    Note: I just bought the model 6040 Cnc with 1.5KW spindel motor 400 Hz 110v AC control box number VFD No.FD-A-V2 L.E.D. screen PRT-E1500W

    P.s. number in the upper right corner of pic I just took another look not shure the "V" might be a "Y" it is also made by JD Works in China, I've sent them email to ask for help

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    Default Re: 6040 cnc PRT-E1500W vfd settings.

    Quote Originally Posted by CHIMERA1960 View Post
    Please make share you state what the freq Hz motor you have and which voltage you are using please, I made the mistake of downloading the English version of the 6040 with the 1.5kw motor but its was for a 220volt motor I didn't catch it till it was too late, the English version doesn't have enough English to see that without really digging through the content. Thanks for your help though Chimera1960


    Also note: which computer connection USB/DB25
    And as I said earlier which voltage 110v/220v these parameters make a difference as too how you setup up your VFD parameters.
    Thanks in advance for your help Chimera1960. I have a 6040 with 400Hz, 1.5kW, 110V and a DB25 connector. I would appreciate the VFD settings for this configuration.



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    Default Re: 6040 cnc PRT-E1500W vfd settings.

    As Soon as I get The manual for the 110v I will post it for all to use, I Just don't know how long its gonna take, I asked them to translate the to English. So Im hoping not too long, I cant get my machine running either.



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    Default Re: 6040 cnc PRT-E1500W vfd settings.

    I finally figured out the VFD and Mach3 software settings for my 1.5 kW, 110Vac, 400Hz Spindle with the PRT-E1500W VFD in order to run the spindle either in manual mode or with PWM control through the PC. Here's the procedure I used. (Note I didn't change the 220V setting to 110V in the VFD since there isn't a mechanism for generating higher voltage than the VFD supply and it doesn't appear to be necessary, but this should be vetted by another party (CHIMERA1960?) prior to long duration running).

    1) Reset the VFD to factory settings
    a) Set D001 to 1 (may be able to skip this step)
    b) Set D176 to 1 and press Func (this resets VFD to factory settings)

    2) Reset the VFD to 400Hz max operating frequency rather than the 50Hz default:
    a) Set D002 to 400 (need to set this before D000)
    b) Set D000 to 400
    c) Set D003 to 400
    d) Set D009 to 400
    e) Set D021 to 400
    f) Set D093 to 400

    3) Set VFD to receive input frequency setting for spindle throttle control from the AVI terminal:
    a) Set D031 to 1

    4) OPTIONAL but I would recommend for additional debug/safety reasons: Set VFD to allow manual spindle "stop" from terminal even when running from PC

    5) OPTIONAL: Set AVI terminal to readout spindle rpm instead of VFD frequency:
    a) Set D039 to 1

    6) To run the spindle manually with variable speed directly from the AVI terminal:
    a) Set D032 to 0
    b) Make sure switch next to AVI terminal is set to "Manually"
    b) Use AVI "Pot Dial" to set spindle rpm
    c) Use AVI "Run" to start spindle
    d) Use AVI "Stop" to stop spindle or turn down Pot Dial to 0

    7) To run the spindle from the PC (note the PWM signal from Mach3 adjusts the setting of the AVI terminal as if it were the VFD Pot. The PWM signal is NOT going directly to the spindle motor):
    a) Make sure you have the right Port/Pin settings in Mach3 (see example settings below)
    b) Set D032 to 1
    c) Make sure switch next to PRT is set to "PC"
    d) Very important: On Mach3 User Panel, make sure you select and input the max spindle speed (i.e. 24000).
    e) Select the actual spindle speed by adjusting up/down arrows or dragging the column up/down for relative speed setting changes.
    f) Use "Spindle CW F5" button or "F5" to toggle turning the spindle on/of


    Mach3 software settings that work for my spindle and wiring configuration (if you have an issue with the X,Y,Z position controller settings let me know, but I think most don't have this issue):

    A) Ports/Pins
    1) Port Setup and Axis Selection
    i) Port #1 Enabled
    ii) Kernel Speed Set to 35000 Hz (this worked for my 2.9 GHz desktop controller, but you may need to use the lower 25000 Hz setting for slower machines)

    2) Motor Outputs
    i) Spindle Enabled = Active
    ii) Spindle Step Pin# = 1
    iii) Spindle Dir Pin# = 0
    iv) Dir LowActive = Active
    v) Step Low Active = Active
    vi) Spindle Step Port = 1
    vii) Dir Port = 0

    3) Input Signals
    i) EStop Enabled = Active
    ii) EStop Port = 1
    iii) EStop Pin Number = 10
    iv) EStop Active Low = Active
    v) EStop Emulated = Inactive

    4) Output Signals
    i) Enable1 Enabled = Active
    ii) Enable1 Port# = 1
    iii) Enable1 Pin Number = 14
    iv) Enable1 Active Low = Active or Inactive
    iv) Output#1 Enabled = Active
    v) Output#1 Port# = 1
    vi) Output#1 Pin Number = 17 (this should NOT be the Motor Output Step Pin (e.g. Pin #1 in my configuration) as may be indicated in some of the user manuals)
    vii) Output#1 Active Low = Inactive (important to make sure Spindle is On when Mach3 Toggle Switch is on. May need to change this setting if switch appears to be operating backwards)

    5) Spindle Setup
    i) Select "Use Spindle Motor Output"
    ii) Select "PWM Control"
    iii) Input "PWMBase Freq." (I used 421)
    iv) Input "Minimum PWM" ( I used 0%)

    B) Pulley Selection
    i) Pulley Number 4
    ii) Min Speed = 0
    iii) Max Speed = 24000
    iv) Ratio = 1

    Good luck! Hope this helps!



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