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    Default Re: Setting up AMC BE25A20 in torque mode?

    Quote Originally Posted by Al_The_Man View Post
    I have made up boards in the past very similar to this, I prefer to use Vero Strip Board Board and the other components from Digikey.
    Boards. half way down. https://www.futurlec.com/Protoboards.shtml
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    Quote Originally Posted by Al_The_Man View Post
    I have made up boards in the past very similar to this, I prefer to use Vero Strip Board Board and the other components from Digikey.
    Boards. half way down. https://www.futurlec.com/Protoboards.shtml
    Al.
    Thanks Alot The Man



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    Hey Sean, where did you wire the drive fault into the 7i77 Mesa board.



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    Quote Originally Posted by CATCH22 View Post
    Thanks Sean, now all I have to do is figure out how to read electrical schematics. Lol
    I made one of these boards that Sean so kindly shared with me, but I can't figure out where the fault goes into the 7i77 board, can't see anything in the manual about it.
    If anyone can help me out I would really appreciate it.
    Thanks Mike



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    Default Re: Setting up AMC BE25A20 in torque mode?

    Quote Originally Posted by CATCH22 View Post
    I made one of these boards that Sean so kindly shared with me, but I can't figure out where the fault goes into the 7i77 board, can't see anything in the manual about it.
    If anyone can help me out I would really appreciate it.
    Thanks Mike
    Mike, I apologize, I must have missed the notification there was a reply in the thread. Did you get this figured out yet? I have each of the fault outputs from the board going into one of the 7i77 24VDC capable inputs. It really doesn't matter which one. I have that input pin then set as a fault for the axis in the hal configuration (IIRC I did that in pncconf). I know that isn't real specific. I can go grab the configuration from the machine if it would help.

    Sean



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    Quote Originally Posted by seanano View Post
    Mike, I apologize, I must have missed the notification there was a reply in the thread. Did you get this figured out yet? I have each of the fault outputs from the board going into one of the 7i77 24VDC capable inputs. It really doesn't matter which one. I have that input pin then set as a fault for the axis in the hal configuration (IIRC I did that in pncconf). I know that isn't real specific. I can go grab the configuration from the machine if it would help.

    Sean
    Thanks Sean, but I have it up and running now.
    Thanks Mike



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Setting up AMC BE25A20 in torque mode?

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Setting up AMC BE25A20 in torque mode?