Another successful application, and this time comes from the company Thelen Tech from Finland.
This company engineer is a big an of Delta and our step and direction solutions, and for this simple but effective solution they use 750W ASDA-B2 drive for the motion together with DVP28SV2 for the control.
And to monitor or configure speed, they add DOPB04 HMI.
Originally this was planned as full automatic system, plan was there is gripper
which would push material to cutting length, then saw it, then push more… and
whole it should be fast (over 30m/min speed)
The cutting length can be adjusted using manually using hand-wheel, or automatic using HMI.
There is also possibility for closed loop feed back, but in these case feedback is taken from D1336 register
Also +/-10V speed command is possible, motion control just calculates difference between real and wanted position and turns it PWM (or voltage).
This pretty nice arrangement for relative (like MPG) and absolute positioning using at the same time.
Offset and accuracy Adjustment Screen
Diagnostics Screen, very useful for the designer.
Thank you very much Thelen Tech to share this new machine with us!
Keep impressing us like that!
September 27, 2019 at 2:31 pm
hi, i am using L&T Vega model Panel meter for measuring the KVA load. But the it is very difficult to communicate with my delta PLC DVP14SS211R. is any body know the program for communicating the meter.
November 29, 2014 at 7:22 am
i am using dvp28sv plc first time. how i can run my servo motor in multiple steps.which instruction should i have to use for running as XY table.
May 14, 2013 at 3:54 am
A interesting Application.
I’ve made some applications with servo drives. I would like to tell you about the application with virtual Cam.
In my case I use three servodrives following a conventional induction motor in a paper converting machine in a rotary knife cam. In this case all the parameterizations is via ModBus and a DOP-B HMI.
We are a sack making company in Colombia South, America.
I would like to publish some photos and comments about it.
Please send me indications about how to publish our application.
Jullio César Guevara
Mechanical Engineer. University of Antioquia.
Maintenance Engineer Odempa S.A.
May 14, 2013 at 9:06 am
Nice application also!
Send it to email@example.com and we’ll publish your application as soon as we can!