Message 4 Meldown by Ninja

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Message 4 Meldown by Ninja

Post by ninja » Sun Dec 11, 2005 11:40 pm

Post by ninja
Sun Dec 11, 2005 11:40 pm

Meltdown, while I look for an appropriate power supply, can you help me understand the mail sent to me by Kondo guys with regards to servo vibrations?
Here is the mail, along with my request for clarification:

Mail from Japan say:

>Overshoot means to control to converge the degree of motor axis as you know.
>Please adjust the overshoot damping parameter.
>In general, servo motor controls the motor using PD
control.
>Overshoot is adjusted by P and D parameter in the kondo servo motor.
>If P parameter and D parameter are mismatch, the
motor shows
vibration.

************MY QUESTIONS***********

Could you please provide me with further details?

- Does P stand for pulse stretch, and D for deadbandwidth?
- If yes, In SERVOMANAGER program there are 5 radio buttons for each of the abovementioned parameters.

I understand I have to assign the same values to both pulse stretch and deadbandwidth. Is it correct?
Could you tell me which one, among these 5 radio buttons, do I have to select?
Furthermore, with regard to the pulse stretch specifically, on which pulse stretch set (1, 2 or 3) do I have to select the radio button?
Do I have to define this "radio button" value for all three pulse stretch sets?

And for each pulse stretch set to be defined, which speed value (1,2,3) do I have to assign?

Do you know how to solve this?

By the way, you said you use a 6V & 7A power supply which is definitely fine.
I saw on this website that a 6V & 12A supplier - recommended by Kondo - has been added to the catalogue.
Do you know what is the difference between the two?
What are the impacts of using a 12A supplier on Kondo?

Thank you for your valuable advice,
Regards,
Ninja
Meltdown, while I look for an appropriate power supply, can you help me understand the mail sent to me by Kondo guys with regards to servo vibrations?
Here is the mail, along with my request for clarification:

Mail from Japan say:

>Overshoot means to control to converge the degree of motor axis as you know.
>Please adjust the overshoot damping parameter.
>In general, servo motor controls the motor using PD
control.
>Overshoot is adjusted by P and D parameter in the kondo servo motor.
>If P parameter and D parameter are mismatch, the
motor shows
vibration.

************MY QUESTIONS***********

Could you please provide me with further details?

- Does P stand for pulse stretch, and D for deadbandwidth?
- If yes, In SERVOMANAGER program there are 5 radio buttons for each of the abovementioned parameters.

I understand I have to assign the same values to both pulse stretch and deadbandwidth. Is it correct?
Could you tell me which one, among these 5 radio buttons, do I have to select?
Furthermore, with regard to the pulse stretch specifically, on which pulse stretch set (1, 2 or 3) do I have to select the radio button?
Do I have to define this "radio button" value for all three pulse stretch sets?

And for each pulse stretch set to be defined, which speed value (1,2,3) do I have to assign?

Do you know how to solve this?

By the way, you said you use a 6V & 7A power supply which is definitely fine.
I saw on this website that a 6V & 12A supplier - recommended by Kondo - has been added to the catalogue.
Do you know what is the difference between the two?
What are the impacts of using a 12A supplier on Kondo?

Thank you for your valuable advice,
Regards,
Ninja
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