mesa 7i96S + driver AASD 30A V6.3

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25 Apr 2023 11:45 #269847 by slidinghawk
Good afternoon friends. Building a lathe. I want to use the board mesa 7i96S. Servo drive with driver AASD 30A V6.3 as a spindle. I want to connect the spindle encoder to the mesa board. Who can help with the wiring diagram?

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25 Apr 2023 12:10 #269849 by PCW
Looks like:

AASD CN2    7I96S TB2
20 PA+         7  ENCA+
19 PA-           8  ENCA-
18 PB+         10 ENCB+
17 PB-           11 ENCB-
15 PZ+         13  IDX+
16 PZ-           14 IDX-
1  GND          9   GND
The following user(s) said Thank You: Gnevko, Masiwood123

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25 Apr 2023 13:00 #269858 by slidinghawk
Thank you very much

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30 Apr 2023 21:34 - 30 Apr 2023 22:25 #270342 by Masiwood123
Last edit: 30 Apr 2023 22:25 by Masiwood123.

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16 May 2023 07:47 #271445 by slidinghawk
Tell me how to correctly adjust the mass board in the axis. I can't understand where to write the encoder and servo spindle.

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05 Jun 2023 09:22 #272935 by slidinghawk
I want to connect the inclusion of the servo through the mesa board. I have a 24 volt power supply unit. How can I do it better? I want to use 13 OUT0- 14 OUT0+ on the mesa board.
 
power supply              AASD                                   7I96S
  +24V                     9    DC12~24V       
   GND                    10  COM                                13  OUT0-     
                                6 SigIn1: SRV-ON                 14 OUT0+

Can I connect according to such a scheme?
I don't quite understand, does the mass board switch the signal through itself, or does it output 5 volts to control an external relay?

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05 Jun 2023 13:44 #272942 by PCW
+24V --> Drive CN2 pin 9
24V_GND -- > 7I96S OUT0-
7I96S OUT0+ Drive CN2 pin 6

The 7I96S output are small SSRs (solid state state relays),
so just act as switches.

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06 Jun 2023 10:40 #273002 by slidinghawk
Thank you very much for the reply. But I think -24V needs to be added to 10 pins of the driver.

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06 Jun 2023 15:51 #273015 by PCW
The common pin on the drive (CN2 pin 10) is only needed if you use the drives isolated outputs.

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