Quick question - "Spindle OK" input <resolved>

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Quick question - "Spindle OK" input <resolved>

Post by tomb »

Hi

Making my way through the wiring on my CNC Lathe and i had a quick question on the Spindle OK input. My VFD has quite a few settings for this relay, is it just a simple Run command on the normally closed side?



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Re: Quick question - "Spindle OK" input

Post by centroidsupport »

No. If SpindleOk is not "made", it's a fault [1]. It can be inverted if needed
Need support? READ THIS POST first. http://centroidcncforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=60&t=1043
All Acorn Documentation is located here: viewtopic.php?f=60&t=3397
Answers to common questions: viewforum.php?f=63
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Re: Quick question - "Spindle OK" input

Post by tomb »

Thank you for the quick reply, seems really obvious now you've told me.
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Re: Quick question - "Spindle OK" input <resolved>

Post by tomb »

Just to follow on from this, i'm looking at the wiring diagram "S14987-ACORN_rev4_4_BIT_GRAY_CODE_TURRET_LATHE_STANDARD_CONNECTIONS" (Please see attached)

Why do you need a Drive OK and Spindle OK?
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Re: Quick question - "Spindle OK" input <resolved>

Post by suntravel »

Drive OK is for the axis drives and Spindle Ok for the Spindle

Uwe
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Re: Quick question - "Spindle OK" input <resolved>

Post by tomb »

Thank you i just wanted to double check. My Stepperonline DM556T's don't have that output so that free's up some I/O
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