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    Eding CNC provides 0-10v and a tool option.

    http://www.edingcnc.com/upload/files...flyer_tech.pdf

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    I'm going to assume that where the manual says Tool Output, it means there is an output that gets switched to turn the spindle on?

    If it is, then the quickest option would be to select one side of VFD speed inputs, connect it to the Tool Output, and connect the VFD CM to Eding Gnd/0V.
    Probably best to power up the VFD, and test this by connecting one of the speed wires, to the CM wire, and making sure the spindle starts. The VFD will most likely need to be powered up, before you make the connection, or it won't run. (it will depend on how the VFD is configured, as to whether it will run the motor immediately on power up)

    To get speed control, you'd need to wire the FWD terminal to the Tool Output, VC2 to the 0-10V output, and then join CM to GND/0V.
    I'm not sure if you'll have to change any settings in the VFD to get that working, but try it and see. If it doesn't work, make sure you are getting 0-10V at the terminals, and the Tool Output is switching. If you put a multimeter set to volts over the FWD/CM terminals, it should show a voltage with the spindle turned off (I'd guess it should be around 12V, but may vary depending on the VFD. It should certainly be higher than a couple volts), then when you switch the spindle on, it should drop to near zero volts.
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    Cheers i will give that a pop and let you know

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    Ok so when I put, X2 onto CM the VFD starts to spin up, however the spindle does not move and then I get an error code of FU.01 and it shuts down

    https://youtu.be/VRlPxEhJO_E


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    At least we're getting somewhere.

    Does the spindle spin by hand?
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    Better than just listening to the fan spindle spins by hand yeah, but no life in her when touching her terminals


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    Why use the Stepped speeds at all if have speed control.?

    To me it should simply be case of using an output to either switch FWD to CM or control relay whose contacts switch FWD to CM.

    Then put +10v from eding to VC2 and 0v to Gnd.
    Next set parameter f0.1 =5 and f0.4=1

    To me that should get you going.?

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    What would be the best way to wire that up then, you saying I need a relay?


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    should i turn the speeds off and just use FWD?

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    Is this what you mean mate?



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