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Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Jun 30, 2022 07:54:58 AM
Found In Egroup: Drives, Motion Control and Low Voltage Products
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Indeed Mike I think that is the issue @Spencer : That must be the Axis scaling that is not appropriate , mostly the Travel Mode and/or unwind that are not correct ------------------------------ Vincent BOURRELLY EMEA Commercial Project Engineer Intelligent Devices – Mechatronics (Motion Control & Safety) ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Jun 10, 2022 03:27:00 AM
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Hi Scott it is not very clear what the drive display... could they check with SW or take a new picture more in the shade to see better the numbers because it could be a F003 or F007... F003 it's a power loss F007 it's a Motor Overload. (more likely this issue) check the following : • An excessive ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Jun 02, 2022 02:43:00 AM
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Hello Joseph This is very strange , Is it happening with all your application code or only some specific files? If you search on the Rockwell Knowledge Database you will find this article : IN21142 You can view this answer here. The 15.3 RSLogix 5000 Version do NOT exist .The RSLogix5000 Software ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly May 23, 2022 10:33:41 AM
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Excellent ! you are welcome Many thanks for the feedback George, very appreciated :) would be nice to identify the source of the storm and mitigate it at the source , because it use network BW for nothing . Regards ------------------------------ Vincent BOURRELLY EMEA Commercial Project Engineer ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly May 23, 2022 03:33:54 AM
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Hi jjstraight the best option in your case, would be to open a tech support ticket, and provide all the details to them . So you will guaranty an official and appropriate follow-up. For a virtual Axis you are correct the Actual position is a copy of the command position... so this is strange what you ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly May 23, 2022 02:59:52 AM
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Hi Brian, You are very welcome If you need to just detect a torque value, you could also try the torque limit bipolar and use the bit detect just as an alarm (and not as a fault) !? regards Vincent ------------------------------ Vincent BOURRELLY EMEA Commercial Project Engineer Intelligent Devices ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly May 20, 2022 04:59:00 AM
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Hello Alejandro It looks like it's your 1st time with Kinetix 5100, correct ? What about Micro 820 ? If you have no experience with Kinetix 5100 using KNX5100C Software for programming I strongly recommand you to consider the following options: You can go to the Rockwell automation Knowledge Base ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly May 20, 2022 03:23:00 AM
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Hello Bryan. I do fully agree with Mike about the MRP for your first point that's the best solution. regarding your concern on measuring deviation of important values to take action based on the amount of deviation. I strongly recommend you to look at the document that Mike forward you . you ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly May 13, 2022 09:52:00 AM
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Great ! Let us know the evolution Have a great weekend Best regards Vincent Bourrelly ------------------------------ Vincent BOURRELLY EMEA Commercial Project Engineer Intelligent Devices – Mechatronics (Motion Control & Safety) ------------------------------
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly May 13, 2022 04:05:00 AM
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Hi George. You said that the installation works well when disconnected from the LAN ? correct ? If it's the case, I'm suspecting something generated by your LAN that disturb the Processor and Servo Drives ethernet port. That could be the case is you have broadcasted messages on the LAN, or ARP storm ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Apr 28, 2022 03:56:00 AM
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Hello Stephane The MPM does not support a safety encoder. what you are trying to do will require a lot of effort for an uncertain result, because you will have to validate this architecture via SISTEMA software. So to simplify the integration I strongly encourage you to consider the VP series motors ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Apr 19, 2022 03:51:00 AM
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EDIT: Corrected Knowledgebase link as it was wrongly pointed to an old website -FL Hi David A field service assistance from Rockwell Automation is always a good thing to do if you are not comfortable with the equipment you have. You have 2 options in fact. Get in contact with your local ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Apr 15, 2022 09:35:00 AM
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Hello David, What type of controller are you using (ref) and What Kinetix drive (Ref) ? to answer your question. You can also request field service assistance from Rockwell Automation to solve your issue ( that will be faster). Regards ------------------------------ Vincent BOURRELLY EMEA ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Apr 15, 2022 09:16:00 AM
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Hello David You are welcome I understand your concern. but Unfortunately, I can't support it remotely. This is a Blog community and not a customer support service. You have to contact your local support (Rockwell Automation or Distributor) to engage the customer support or our TechSupport depending ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Apr 15, 2022 03:38:00 AM
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Hello David , the E06 fault on Kinetix 6000 is an HardOvertravel Fault (+/- Hard Overtravel) meaning that Axis moved beyond the physical travel limits in the positive/negative direction. Dedicated overtravel input is inactive. To solve this you can : Move manually or with Manual command ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Apr 15, 2022 03:30:00 AM
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Fully agree with TheWizard answer. Just to clarify a bit more. You can have a Kinetix 6000 and a Kinetix 5700 system in the Same architecture, I mean supported by the same controller. The ControLogix controller can Manage a SERCOS architecture for Kinetix 6000 and a CIP Motion architecture for Kinetix ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Apr 14, 2022 03:00:00 AM
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Hi David So you have MPL-B330P-SJ72AA motor that was faulty, and you replaced the Encoder Feedback. correct? SICK SRS50 encoders have an Hiperface interface and communicate with the drive that is connected to it. So the Encoder is programmed to communicate with a specific Drive manufacturer ( the ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Apr 11, 2022 08:29:00 AM
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Be aware also that the Kinetix 5700 FW has been Updated to support 200-240 vac range or 400-480 vac range natively for industrial application. the configuration can be done in the Kinetix Drives and Power supply Module configuration window in Logix 5000. So the demo mode is not required anymore. regards ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Mar 29, 2022 04:02:00 AM
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Hi Dong-Uk Kim, Regarding the Jerk units, like said GRO the jerk is the derivative of the acceleration ... it determines how the acceleration change... Jerk is the rate of change of acceleration or deceleration. In all Motion instructions, the Jerk is valid only if you defined an S-curve profile ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Mar 03, 2022 10:41:00 AM
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Hello Newton , The Kinetix 5500 servo drive supports Hyperface DSL feedback and Hyperface feedback with Converter to DLS. So the question is what sort of encoder do you have on the Mitsubishi motor? This said, Integration of a 3rd party motor is always a challenging task if you never have done it. ...