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    Hi, i got 4 axis kit including Nema34 2 phase stepper motor 86BYGH450B-12.7, Leadshine driver DMA860H 1pcs power supply and BOB. Is there anyone who already have the wiring diagrams for this kit? Thanks !

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    Quote Originally Posted by masinecc View Post
    Hi, i got 4 axis kit including Nema34 2 phase stepper motor 86BYGH450B-12.7, Leadshine driver DMA860H 1pcs power supply and BOB. Is there anyone who already have the wiring diagrams for this kit? Thanks !
    Being Kit doesn't matter and without stating full details of what you have your unlikely to get a reply with diagram.

    That said it's easy enough to draw you one but To help you we will need more information than that. Need to know the BOB make for Pin numbers and connections, idealy with a data sheet. Also the PSU voltage.
    Also links to the Data sheet for Steppers and Drive will save some time.

    If you can provide these I'll draw you a basic connection diagram. If you want full schematic with safety E-stop system and limts then that will require more time which I haven't got at the minute but a quick basic setup to get you moving is easy enough.

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    Hi, here are the links of the Kit:
    BOB: http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Mach-...rchweb201560_7

    Stepper motor: http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Widel...rchweb201560_2


    Driver:http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Origi...rchweb201560_2

    Power supply:http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-70V-DC-8...UAAOSwiCRUh-J~

    I already have experience with 3 axis kit, i have wired and everything is OK, but now i need 2 stepper motors and 2 drivers to use for my Y-axis, here is the problem. I also need to connect the 3 axes limit switches and one spindle.

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    Hi, i got my driver DMA60H which says it need High Voltage AC connection. My power supply PS-400-70 is a AC-DC transformer. Does it mean the driver can not work with this power supply.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by masinecc View Post
    Hi, i got my driver DMA60H which says it need High Voltage AC connection. My power supply PS-400-70 is a AC-DC transformer. Does it mean the driver can not work with this power supply.Click image for larger version. 

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    The way I see it is that drive shows 80v AC max and your power supply is DC so you will need just a transformer with an output of about 70V AC. Some drives will accept either AC or DC input.
    ..Clive
    The more you know, The better you know, How little you know

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    No Can't use that power supply because it's output is DC and those drives require AC input.

    Edit: Opp's Clive beat me too it.
    Last edited by JAZZCNC; 14-02-2016 at 04:05 PM.

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    As u can see, its not marked which one is + and - on the driver, so if i try to connect it and mess the + output from power supply to - driver input, can i burn sth out ? :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by masinecc View Post
    As u can see, its not marked which one is + and - on the driver, so if i try to connect it and mess the + output from power supply to - driver input, can i burn sth out ? :)
    AC doesn't have + & -, well it does but they swap at 50hz ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by masinecc View Post
    As u can see, its not marked which one is + and - on the driver, so if i try to connect it and mess the + output from power supply to - driver input, can i burn sth out ? :)
    AC doesn't have (+) or (-) that's why no markings. AC power supply doesn't (+) or (-) it has live and neutral so you shouldn't have those markings to mix up.!
    Because it's AC You won't damage the drives which ever way you put Live and Neutral on the drives.

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    Look what i found :

    FeaturesExtremely cost-effectiveGood high speed performanceSupply voltage up to 80VAC or 80VDCOutput current up to 7.2ASelf-adjustment technologyPure-sinusoidal current control technologyPulse input frequency up to 300 KHzTTL compatible and optically isolated inputAutomatic idle-current reduction16 selectable resolutions in decimal and binary, up to 51,200 steps/revSuitable for 2-phase and 4-phase motorsSupport PUL/DIR and CW/CCW modesShort-voltage, over-voltage, over-current and short-cicuit protection

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