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  • i want two thing
    to buy a Headstock whit coordinated motion from motoman and to install it by my self how i do it?(installing and play the motor form the dx 200)
    and to by a pneumatic motor and connect him to the dx 200 thet the dx give him 1/0 i cant do it?

  • No, that is a manual for a specific function.


    After purchasing and installing all the hardware.


    In maintenance mode, in management security or higher, go to SYSTEM, SETUP, CONTROL GROUP, S1 (assuming).


    Pick the type from the machine list.


    Choose which servo board the axis is going to use.


    Choose which axis is linked to the brakes.


    Choose the number of the convertor.


    Choose the ON_Enable signal.


    Choose the input of the overrun switch.


    Your axis type will be rotational since you said headstock.


    Choose the range of motion in the + direction.


    Choose the range of motion in the - direction.


    Set the numerator.


    Set the denominator.


    Choose the motor type.


    Choose the servo amp type.


    Choose the converter type.


    Set the rotational direction.


    Set the max rpm.


    Set the acceleration time.


    Set the inertia ration.


    Modify the control goup.



    If you need coordinated motion contact Yaskawa so they can turn it on.


    Then you need to set up control groups and calibrate the robot to the external axis.

    I know a thing or two, because I’ve seen a thing or two. Don't even ask about a third thing. I won't know it.

  • Hi Sir, I'm working with Gp7 and 1 S1: Turn-1 (SGM7G-13APK-YR1*/CSRA-SDB71HA). The motor run normal when I test with no payload but is not good when using payload. I guess that because my INERTIA RATIO setting is wrong. Would you please tell me how to set it? THanks for your help.

  • The motor run normal when I test with no payload but is not good when using payload.

    Define “not good”. Chatter, hunting and pecking, dithering, alarms, etc.


    What is the payload? Weight, gearbox, etc.


    Did you set up according to motor nameplate?

    I know a thing or two, because I’ve seen a thing or two. Don't even ask about a third thing. I won't know it.

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