How can I start up???

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Re: How can I start up???

Post by cnytbsk » Sun Oct 06, 2019 5:56 pm

Tom

I open kmotion I/O page right under side when I click led 1 and led 2 on / off I see on the board leds on off. Can ı say board is connecting? or how can I check connecting

I will work about count / inch I think like mach3 per step ( I use metric system) ( when I use ball screw I will back you, first aim stepper motor run) ( I try to understand system)

I have just Kflop board.
if you draw basicly electronic. I can do it. ( after next time I will convert to 24volt machine system not now) I am not engineer, I'm a user.
I add foto I/0 foto of bit 16. This is right?

JP7 pin 4 is same reset or different?.

Could you draw circuit limit switches jp 7 will also apply what is the pin number and simple connection. positive and nagative X Y Z.

I can understand visually.

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Re: How can I start up???

Post by TomKerekes » Mon Oct 07, 2019 4:20 pm

Hi,
I open kmotion I/O page right under side when I click led 1 and led 2 on / off I see on the board leds on off. Can ı say board is connecting? or how can I check connecting
Yes

I have just Kflop board.
if you draw basicly electronic. I can do it. ( after next time I will convert to 24volt machine system not now) I am not engineer, I'm a user.
It is likely you will have noise problems using 3.3V inputs. But here is a diagram:
SwitchTo3V.png

I add foto I/0 foto of bit 16. This is right?
I think you forgot the photo



JP7 pin 4 is same reset or different?.
Do not use JP7 pin 4 or any #RESET pin


Could you draw circuit limit switches jp 7 will also apply what is the pin number and simple connection. positive and nagative X Y Z.
JP4 and JP6 each have 16 3.3V inputs with 150ohm pull down resistors. Use those instead of JP7 because to interface to a switch a pull up or pull down resistor is required and JP7 do not have pull down resistors.
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Re: How can I start up???

Post by cnytbsk » Tue Oct 15, 2019 4:19 pm

Hello Tom
I add drawing about emergency stop. Thats right drawing?

Can I use same drawing for Limits swithc and home swithc?

Can you share Limits pins and home pins? ( will we use JP4 and JP6 pins) and whats the pin numbers?

I forgot to add foto now I added. for bit and Drawing

Many thanks for patience
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