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    So.. after much trolling this and other cnc websites, youtube and all the other stuff you end up looking at whilst researching, I finaly ordered up some AC servos, a VFD and a CS Labs CSMIO IP/A with I/O expansion and MPG module.

    Being that this lot cost a fair lump of cash, I want to be VERY carefull in getring the wiring correct.

    I get the majority of the connections, but wanted to make sure that all was correct before I started.


    I emailed CS labs for help, asking if they could do a quick connection diagram for a servo drive and for VFD ( literature supplied), as none on the diagrams on their web site, fully matched up with the drives I have.
    ( is it just me, or does an ISO standard for terminal identification not exist yet for drives)

    The response was far less than I would have expected, for a company pitching their goods at industrial users.

    It was basicly " busy, may be able to help in about 8 weeks".

    What!!

    A.C. Servo drives are AASD-20A
    ( CONTROL VIA -10V~+10V)

    VFD is a chinese 9100 series 2.2KW
    ( speed control 0-10V +fwd, rev, stop)

    Anyone got experience of wiring these in to an IP/A?
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 9100 User manual.pdf   Click image for larger version. 

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    Last edited by swarf-boy; 2 Weeks Ago at 01:03 PM.

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    Ye, they *might* make good kit but never really been impressed with them post sale.

    I can show you how to wire the stuff, not too difficult. Is that the driver manual / image of the connections page?

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    Chaz's Avatar
    Lives in Ickenham, West London, United Kingdom. Last Activity: 15 Hours Ago Has been a member for 5-6 years. Has a total post count of 1,267. Received thanks 93 times, giving thanks to others 60 times.
    Quote Originally Posted by swarf-boy View Post
    So.. after much trolling this and other cnc websites, youtube and all the other stuff you end up looking at whilst researching, I finaly ordered up some AC servos, a VFD and a CS Labs CSMIO IP/A with I/O expansion and MPG module.

    Being that this lot cost a fair lump of cash, I want to be VERY carefull in getring the wiring correct.

    I get the majority of the connections, but wanted to make sure that all was correct before I started.


    I emailed CS labs for help, asking if they could do a quick connection diagram for a servo drive and for VFD ( literature supplied), as none on the diagrams on their web site, fully matched up with the drives I have.
    ( is it just me, or does an ISO standard for terminal identification not exist yet for drives)

    The response was far less than I would have expected, for a company pitching their goods at industrial users.

    It was basicly " busy, may be able to help in about 8 weeks".

    What!!

    A.C. Servo drives are AASD-20A
    ( CONTROL VIA -10V~+10V)

    VFD is a chinese 9100 series 2.2KW
    ( speed control 0-10V +fwd, rev, stop)

    Anyone got experience of wiring these in to an IP/A?
    Is the VFD made by a company called ECOGOO ?

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    Hi Chaz,

    Yes that's what I was able to attach.


    I have also just attached an xcel spreadsheet I did, showing everthing I have worked out so far.
    ( probably a bit unconventional, but it seamed a simple way to plan it)

    Feel free to mark my homework...... LOL.

    Comments welcome from all.
    Last edited by swarf-boy; 2 Weeks Ago at 01:08 PM.

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    Chaz's Avatar
    Lives in Ickenham, West London, United Kingdom. Last Activity: 15 Hours Ago Has been a member for 5-6 years. Has a total post count of 1,267. Received thanks 93 times, giving thanks to others 60 times.
    Quote Originally Posted by swarf-boy View Post
    Hi Chaz,

    Yes that's what I was able to attach.


    I have also just attached an xcel spreadsheet I did, showing everthing I have worked out so far.
    ( probably a bit unconventional, but it seamed a simple way to plan it)

    Feel free to mark my homework...... LOL.

    Comments welcome from all.
    I dont see the spreadsheet. Can you put it on googledocs or dropbox or similar? Else I can pm you my address.

    I did the same (excel) for one machine I retrofitted (IP-A with Mitsubushi servos).

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    Chaz's Avatar
    Lives in Ickenham, West London, United Kingdom. Last Activity: 15 Hours Ago Has been a member for 5-6 years. Has a total post count of 1,267. Received thanks 93 times, giving thanks to others 60 times.
    Quote Originally Posted by swarf-boy View Post
    Hi Chaz,

    Yes that's what I was able to attach.


    I have also just attached an xcel spreadsheet I did, showing everthing I have worked out so far.
    ( probably a bit unconventional, but it seamed a simple way to plan it)

    Feel free to mark my homework...... LOL.

    Comments welcome from all.
    Ah, didnt see you updated the original post. Ill take a quick look. Actually, send me your email address and Ill dig out what I did.

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    Last edited by swarf-boy; 2 Weeks Ago at 01:13 PM.

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    Pm sent mate

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    wont your new drives run position mode? step/direction?
    would make it much easier to set up and would have saved getting the csmio.

    i can help you with the ecogoo .

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