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    Default Re: Dmm Dyn4 pmdx126 ess control build

    • According to the website they are
    • Single/Three-Phase 110~240VAC ± 10% 50/60Hz input




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    Default Re: Dmm Dyn4 pmdx126 ess control build

    Quote Originally Posted by RootbeerFLHX View Post
    • According to the website they are
    • Single/Three-Phase 110~240VAC ± 10% 50/60Hz input
    That is correct for the Dyna4 Drives

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    Default Re: Dmm Dyn4 pmdx126 ess control build

    So they can be run from 120V single phase?

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    Default Re: Dmm Dyn4 pmdx126 ess control build

    Quote Originally Posted by ger21 View Post
    So they can be run from 120V single phase?
    Yes.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RootbeerFLHX View Post
    Yes.
    Not sure for 120v. I had wired mine direct and measured the draw then added 10% and used a D curve which allows a 10 times spike for the rectifier and capacitors to charge.



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    Quote Originally Posted by LtDan View Post
    Not sure for 120v. I had wired mine direct and measured the draw then added 10% and used a D curve which allows a 10 times spike for the rectifier and capacitors to charge.
    Ok. When you measured your draw were you running the servo on the machine, or just sitting at idle?



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    Default Re: Dmm Dyn4 pmdx126 ess control build

    I found a good deal on EMI filters, if you need any.
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    I locked the shaft with an old pulley and a big pipe wrench lol don't try this unless your certain you can hold it. I saw 7.4 amp on 248v then the drive errored. I am using 32amp breaker on 240v for 3 750w drives.
    Fyi I used the dmm drive software to command the motor in test movement mode. You can just do the math and get your answer.
    It is probably gonna be close to double.



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    Default Re: Dmm Dyn4 pmdx126 ess control build

    Very nice just curious, what model/PN Gould fuse holders did you use?

    Last edited by WesM; 11-29-2017 at 04:28 PM.


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    Default Re: Dmm Dyn4 pmdx126 ess control build

    Hey Ger and mactec I'm having an issue running an atc macros m6start with my system. I can run it on a Fanuc system and Andron but cannot get it to run with my ess for some reason. I'm using mach3 .62 sorry to bother you guys I'm a little stubborn when it comes to asking others for help but....lol



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    Default Re: Dmm Dyn4 pmdx126 ess control build

    What macro are you using, and what is the problem?
    Do you have an ATC?

    The default M6Start is not really an ATC macro. If you have an ATC, you'll need to write your own macro, or find one similar to what you need, and modify it to make it work.

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    Sub Main() 'Define variables
    OldTool = GetOEMDRO (1200)
    x = GetToolChangeStart( 0 )
    y = GetToolChangeStart( 1 )
    z = GetToolChangeStart( 2 )
    a = GetToolChangeStart( 3 )
    b = GetToolChangeStart( 4 )
    c = GetToolChangeStart( 5 )
    tool = GetSelectedTool()
    NewTool = tool
    MaxToolNum = 5 'Maximum number of tools to use.
    ToolDown = -5 'Height for the tool change.
    ToolUp = -0.5 'Height the Z-axis for the tool change.
    PosSec = -0.5 'Safe Position.
    If NewTool = OldTool Then
    Exit Sub
    End If
    While NewTool > MaxToolNum
    NewTool = Question ("Place valid tool number (between 1 y 5)")
    Wend
    Code "G00 G53 Z" & ToolUp 'The z-axis is going to "machine zero"
    While IsMoving()
    Wend
    Code "G53 y" & PosSec 'Going to safe position.
    While IsMoving()
    Wend
    Call MovePos(OldTool) 'Going to the last position to relase the old tool.
    While IsMoving()
    Wend
    Code "G53 Z" & ToolDown 'Down to the height of tools
    While IsMoving()
    Wend
    ActivateSignal(Output6) 'Relase the tool.
    Code "G4 P1.0"
    Code "G53 Z" & ToolUp
    While IsMoving()
    Wend
    Call MovePos(NewTool) 'Go to the new tool position.
    While IsMoving()
    Wend
    Code "G53 Z" & ToolDown 'down the z-axis to hold the tool.
    While IsMoving()
    Wend
    DeActivateSignal(Output6) 'hold the new tool.
    Code "G4 P1.0"
    Code "G53 y" & PosSec 'Returns to the safe position.
    While IsMoving()
    Wend
    Code "G53 Z" & ToolUp 'Returns z-axis to "machine zero".
    Call SetUserDRO (1200,NewTool)
    SetCurrentTool( NewTool )
    End Sub

    Sub MovePos(ByVal ToolNumber As Integer)

    Select Case ToolNumber 'Here set the position of each tool.
    Case Is = 1
    Code "G00 G53 x1.0"
    Code "G00 G53 y5.0"
    Case Is = 2
    Code "G00 G53 x3.0"
    Code "G00 G53 y5.0"
    Case Is = 3
    Code "G00 G53 x5.0"
    Code "G00 G53 y5.0"
    Case Is = 4
    Code "G00 G53 x-1.0"
    Code "G00 G53 y5.0"
    Case Is = 5
    Code "G00 G53 x-3.0"
    Code "G00 G53 y5.0"
    End Select

    End Sub
    Main



    Well if I run this on a machine at work (Fanuc Control it works)
    But cant seem to get it to run with the ess without the ess it works.

    Do I need to use the the macro numbers for the ess like M106 for output 6?



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