5605D2 stepper driver <answered>

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5605D2 stepper driver <answered>

Post by Trialnterror »

Is anyone familiar with this driver. I’m hooking it up to my acorn and am using the db25 connection. It was hooked to millrights grbl control board straight to the step and dir + and the neg side of step and dir is jumped to ground.
I did find a little info on the driver. See the picture below
Question 2 am I able to use the inputs on the db25 connection for limit switches?
Thank you
Paul
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Re: 5605D2 stepper drive

Post by Trialnterror »

I forgot to add I’m thinking it’s not a 5v logic. I’m thinking that pul+ and dir+ hook straight to the step and dir on the respective axis connections on the db25 connector. Since the way it was hooked before was pul dir + was hooked to step n direction on the grbl board and not jumped with 5v.
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Re: 5605D2 stepper driver

Post by ShawnM »

That is a 5v drive and you hook it up like the "Leadshine" schematics show you. Pul+ and Dir+ go to 5v and the negative side go to the DB25 step and direction pins for each axis. The drive is more than likely enabled by default so don't hook up the enable line when you first test it. It should work without those connections on the drive. Have a look at the "Leadshine" schematics as it's basically a clone of a Leadshine.
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Re: 5605D2 stepper driver

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I have leadshine drives in my Bridgeport that I hooked up like you mentioned. Millright had it hooked to their board with the positive to their step and dir and they had the negative side all jumped to ground (enable floating/not hooked) so that’s what through me off.

This is a millright Cnc mega v plasma / router that was running with their grbl board but I’m switching to a acorn.

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Re: 5605D2 stepper driver

Post by ShawnM »

I know nothing about the Mill Right board or how they designed it and none of that matters when wiring the drive to Acorn. Nearly all Leadshine stepper drives wire up the same to 5v logic and get wired to the DB25 connector on Acorn. Centroid has diagrams on how to wire them up to the Acorn.

You state and show pics of a 5605D2 drive but then show a wiring diagram for a DM556 driver, find the proper manual for your drive and it may clear things up for you.
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Re: 5605D2 stepper driver

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I understand that it shows a dia for the Dm556. That’s what comes up on that page. I’m wondering if it’s a copy of the dm556. If this is a copy your exactly correct When looking at the dm556 manual the schematic showes 2 ways of hooking it up. I believe millright uses the common cathode way. The acorn uses the common anode way. I’ll bench test one drive hooking it up common anode / 5v jumped to + and see how it works. Thank you for your help. (I’ll search and see if I can find the manual for the 5605D2)
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Re: 5605D2 stepper driver

Post by martyscncgarage »

Connect the drive to the DB25 connector and try it.
Based on the cut sheet you posted in the first post, it is a +5dc logic drive.
It asks for resistors to be installed if voltages are higher than 5VDC
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Re: 5605D2 stepper driver

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I’ve been researching all weekend on these drives. It looks as though there are 2 common ways of hooking up these drives I found this quote
The centroid Acorn works with and motor that accepts Step and Direction inputs. The dm556 can work in common cathode or common anode wiring setups. the Step, Dir ports are step + & - and Dir + & -. On my Smoothieware board I have common negative (Common Cathode) cables and on my SIEG X2 using Mach3 I have Common 5vdc Positive (Common Anode) Cables.

So if I am right the centroid acorn is wired (Common Anode) which has 5vdc positive through the db25 connector and the millright that I’m switching from is (Common Cathode) common negative. And the drives I have are 5605D2 which points me to the dm556 which the company says is wired the same as the dm556 drive and can be wired either way. Thank you for all your help
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Re: 5605D2 stepper driver

Post by martyscncgarage »

+PUL to DB25 STEP
+Dir to DB25 DIR
-PUL to DB25 Pin 18-25 (COM)
-DIR to DB25 Pin 18-25 (COM)

IGNORE the ENA. The drive should be enabled by default.

Buy the DB25 male breakout board from Amazon
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Re: 5605D2 stepper driver

Post by Richards »

I agree with Marty. I've wired my DM542 drivers to a DB25 breakout board using both common anode and common cathode. Both work. Marty's post shows common cathode. It works perfectly with stepper drives that use opto-couplers as inputs (as shown in your manual).

I've found that it's best to just look as the parts and pieces that you'll be using instead of looking of the parts and pieces used with other systems. With the Acorn, you'll have only three parts to worry about: the Acorn board, the DB25 breakout board, and the stepper driver. The DB25 breakout board plugs directly into the Acorn. Marty's wiring description tells you exactly how to connect the DB25 to your stepper driver's inputs. That's all that you need to do.
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