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weed2all
17-08-2016, 03:46 AM
hi...i need some help on wiring this tb 6600 v1.2 single axis driver to my bob hy-jk02-m
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weed2all
17-08-2016, 07:59 PM
nobody??

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Neale
17-08-2016, 11:19 PM
Look carefully at the row of terminals on the BOB marked XN/XD/XS/XE. XN is ground is left unconnected. XD is "Direction" and goes to the driver Direction terminal. XS is "Step", also known as "Pulse", and goes to the Pulse terminal. XE is "Enable" - I think you can work out where that goes... You then connect the driver +5V terminal to the BOB +5V supply.

You then have the same thing for Y and Z, plus a fourth axis if needed labelled AN/AD...

weed2all
17-08-2016, 11:23 PM
ground from the 5axis bob goes were on the driver? the left side of the driver is for stepper wiring and for the power supply...right?my confussion is the 5v pin on the right side of the driver goes where...

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weed2all
17-08-2016, 11:28 PM
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Neale
17-08-2016, 11:39 PM
My mistake - looks like you take the +5V terminal on the driver to the BOB +5V supply. You can leave the enable terminal disconnected as the default with no signal is "enabled".

weed2all
17-08-2016, 11:42 PM
ok...tomorrow i will make the wiring and see if works properly...is any chance of burn the driver?

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Neale
18-08-2016, 12:38 AM
No, I don't believe that you will burn out the driver making these connections. Even with the error in my first post, you would not do any harm, although it would not work. These drivers are more likely to be damaged by what you connect to the other terminals, and the recommendation is to keep well below the maximum voltages that are given in the data sheet. The data sheet gives a maximum of 48V but you are probably safer to use 36V or less. I have run one of these drivers off a 24V supply without problems although I was not driving a large motor.

weed2all
18-08-2016, 12:42 AM
yap...i have a 24v 15amp power supply to connect...in my cnc i have in use 3 driver 2m542 but now i increase de size of the x axis and i have to put another stepper in parallel on my axis...so i dont want to buy another driver igual and have these tb 6600 driver laing around...i will use this to drive my z axis and another 3 driver i use one for drive de x axis and 2 in parallel to drive de y axis...

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Clive S
18-08-2016, 11:33 AM
ok...tomorrow i will make the wiring and see if works properly...is any chance of burn the driver?

Enviado do meu SM-G928F através de TapatalkAs Neale has stated re the top voltage to use but also do not connect or disconnect the motors while the drive is powered with the 36V as this will burn the drive up.