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24 Sep 2010 17:17 #4315 by pirke
Basically i don't know how to connect everything to ma cards, because i don't know what most connectors are.
Some things may be obvious but i would like to be sure before i mess something up completely.

if you can tell me how to connect everything that would be super, i am a complete newby to servo amps and servo's so any information is welcome.

Ther 3trm2 has the following connectors:
Top row from left to right:
Bb1 - ?
Bb2 - ?

JF - ?
JF - ?
RF - ?
<ground logo> - ?
OVM - ?
E303 (tacho 3) - ?
<ground logo> - ?
OVM - ?
E302 - ?
E301 - ?

JF - ?
JF - ?
RF - ?
<ground logo> - ?
OVM - ?
E203 (tacho 2) - ?
<ground logo> - ?
OVM - ?
E202 - ?
E201 - ?

JF - ?
JF - ?
RF - ?
<ground logo> - ?
OVM - ?
E103 (tacho 1) - ?
<ground logo> - ?
OVM - ?
E102 - ?
E101 - ?

Sy3 - ?
Sy2 - ?
Sy1 - ?


Lower row:


Power row:
U1 - power
A1 - power
V1 - power
U2 - power
A2 - power
V2 - power
U3 - power
A3 - power
V3 - power
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28 Sep 2010 16:19 - 28 Sep 2010 16:32 #4390 by ulda
Hi everybody
I mailed this to peter, but here it is for everybody to use:
I had to find my wiring plans, Sorry for the delay.

This are the pinouts for the Connectors L1 to L7:

L1,    L2,    L3 (controller signal input)
101    201    302  JF+: Enable pulse +
102    202    301   JF-: Enable pulse -
RF : Enable control
GND
OVM
E103 (Tacho): Tacho input against 0VM
GND
E101   E201   E301 : Velocity setvalue (against 0Vm)
E102   E202   E302 : Velocity setvalue (against 0Vm)
(E101/E102 are selected internally, same for E201/E202 and E301/E302)
0VM			

L4 (controller ready relay)
Bb2: Relais contact: internal 24V current ok
Bb1:

L5 (syncronisation)
Sy1: Synchronisation for axis 1
Sy2: Synchronisation for axis 2
Sy3: Synchronisation for axis 3
(Sy1-Sy3 are bridged internally to L6 sy)

L6 (contoller voltage regulator)
R  	Phase for control voltage (380V)
S  	Phase for control voltage
24Vl+ 	controller switch power
0Vl 	base for switch power
+15V 	controller setvalue power
0Vm  	base for setvalue power
GND
-15V  	controller setvalue power
sy 	syncronization signal

L7 (motor voltage control)
A1: Motor 1 out (against N Impedance / GND of controller)
A2: Motor 2 out (against N Impedance / GND of controller)
A3: Motor 3 out (against N Impedance / GND of controller)
U1: Phase U for controller 1/Motor1 (from impedance)
V1: Phase V for controller 1/Motor1 (from impedance)
U2: Phase U for controller 2/Motor2 (from impedance)
V2: Phase V for controller 2/Motor2 (from impedance)
U3: Phase U for controller 3/Motor3 (from impedance)
V3: Phase V for controller 3/Motor3 (from impedance)

On the Picture you can see my wiring:
* JF+ = JF- = RF are switched to Ul+ by a relais for "enable axis" (one signal
for all 3 axis)
* JF+ and JF- can be used for limit switches input.

* OVM/E103(Tacho)/GND go to the tacho generator of the axis' motor

* 0VM/E302/GND go to my velocity output signal DA ± 10V (I wired together two
lines of the cable)
* alternaviely you can use +15V / -15V / 0Vm for driving these pins.
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28 Sep 2010 16:33 #4391 by ulda
here is the picture
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29 Sep 2010 15:18 #4419 by pirke
Thanks a lot, this is very usefull

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15 Jan 2019 17:46 #124249 by Leow91
Hi everybody,

we bought a MAHO 1000 C and want to do a Retrofit.
Could anyone Provide some Config and INI Files?
Is there a way to get some wiring plans? Maybe we can buy the documentation from somebody who already did an retrofit?

Thank you in advance and best regards

Leopold Schmidt

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