Industrial Servo Motor SGMAS-04ACA2B Yaskawa Motors-AC Servo 200V
- Power : 400KW
- Voltage : 2.6A
- AC Servo Motor
- SGMAS Sigma II
- Yaskawa Motor
|Place of Origin||Japan|
Set user constant Cn-02 so that the reference pulse form matches
the host controller output form
Input a slow speed pulses from the host controller and execute
Check the following items in monitor mode
(1) Has a reference pulse been input?
(2) Is the motor speed as set?
(3) Does the reference speed match the actual motor speed?
(4) Does the motor stop when no reference is input?
To change motor speed or the direction of rotation, reset the user
constants shown below.
If an alarm occurs or the motor fails to rotate during the above
operation, connector 1CN wiring is incorrect or the user constant
settings do not match the host controller specifications.
This is all that is required to complete step 1 (conducting a test
run for motor without load). Whenever possible, perform tuning
associated with the host controller and other necessary adjustments
in step 1 (before installing the motor on the machine).
When using a servomotor with brake
The brake prevents the motor shaft from rotating due to a
backdriving torque. Such a torque may be created by an external
force or the force of gravity acting on the load and may result in
undesired motion or the load, should motor power be lost.
Servopack uses the brake interlock output (BK) signal to control
holding brake operation for a servomotor with brake.
To prevent faulty operation caused by gravity (or external force),
first check that the motor and holding brake operate normally with
the motor disconnected from the machine. Then, connect the motor to
the machine and conduct a test run.
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