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Question #: 890

Question: What electronics configuration is included with the blackfoot if I choose that option?

Current Solution

There are three options on the blackFoot product page.

Two options include either electronics that use the USB interface, or parallel interface. Both of these options include stepping motors (two 425 oz-in and one 651 oz-in), motor drivers (two 3.0 amp and one 6.0 amp), power supply and either a parallel breakout board, or USB breakout board. The USB interface must be used with the planet-cnc software. The parallel interface can be used in a wider variety of control software but will require a parallel port on your computer. If a parallel port doesn't exist, you can purchase a PCI parallel port adapter (for desktop computers only).

The other option does not include electronics. This option is if you already have electronics, motors and drivers that will work with this machine, or you wish to purchase the redLeaf or redSprout assembled and plug and play CNC electronics and computer system.

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    The available options for the blackFoot, is only structural components with hardware, and structure components/hardware with electronic components.
    However we currently do not have any plans available for public use/distribution.

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    I have a 4x8 CNC and would like to cut my own parts for the Blackfoot. What is the price for the plans and the electronics ?

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    Currently we planned on having upgraded electronics with the whiteAnt 3D printer, which would have had the ability to support the heated bed, and other options. Which is why there was a configuration file in the downloadable files. However in newer developments we have been working on our prototype blackAnt 3D printer which will have the upgraded electronics and the option for the heated bed, but currently our whiteAnt cannot support the heated bed with the gen4 electronics supplied with the kit.

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    Whiteant- In the software there is a configuration for a heated bed. Where would I wire this in the kit's electronics if i bought one? Would the temperature be on/off or PID?

  • What do I need to purchase that doesn't come with the electronics packages?

    Here is a list of the parts needed to get the electronics combo functioning (parallel or USB interface options):

    - 22 or 24 gauge stranded hookup wire to connect all of the drivers to the USB or parallel interface (terminal to terminal connections),
    - 18 gauge stranded hookup wire to connect the drivers to the power supply,
    - a power cable (extension cord) to connect from the power outlet to the power supply,
    - 4 conductor cable to connect the drivers to the stepper motors,
    - a USB cable to connect from the computer to the USB interface (or for power to the parallel interface),
    - for the parallel interface, a parallel cable is needed (male to male db-25),
    - a computer (for parallel interface, the computer will need a parallel port and if the computer does not contain a parallel interface, the motherboard may have a header for it, or you can purchase a parallel adapter to plug into the motherboard, very inexpensive),
    - cnc control software: for the USB interface, you will need planet-cnc software, for the parallel interface, you can use any industry standard cnc control software (the typical is Mach3 for Windows, or EMC2 or Linuxcnc for Linux (Linuxcnc.org).

    5v power supply is not needed. The 5 volts signal level power is derived from the computer through USB on both types of interfaces.

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    What do I need to purchase that doesn't come with the electronics packages?

  • What doesn't come with the electronics that I will need so it will work?

    Here is a list of the parts needed to get the electronics combo functioning (parallel or USB interface options):

    - 22 or 24 gauge stranded hookup wire to connect all of the drivers to the USB or parallel interface (terminal to terminal connections),
    - 18 gauge stranded hookup wire to connect the drivers to the power supply,
    - a power cable (extension cord) to connect from the power outlet to the power supply,
    - 4 conductor cable to connect the drivers to the stepper motors,
    - a USB cable to connect from the computer to the USB interface (or for power to the parallel interface),
    - for the parallel interface, a parallel cable is needed (male to male db-25),
    - a computer (for parallel interface, the computer will need a parallel port and if the computer does not contain a parallel interface, the motherboard may have a header for it, or you can purchase a parallel adapter to plug into the motherboard, very inexpensive),
    - cnc control software: for the USB interface, you will need planet-cnc software, for the parallel interface, you can use any industry standard cnc control software (the typical is Mach3 for Windows, or EMC2 or Linuxcnc for Linux (Linuxcnc.org).

    5v power supply is not needed. The 5 volts signal level power is derived from the computer through USB on both types of interfaces.

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  • Looking to buy a black toe 2x4, what electronics are included ? Is it optional with USB-interface? And for last do you ship to sweden?
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    The parallel (printer cable) port is uses the computer as its main source of pulse trains to operate the motor driver directly. Parallel ports are a direct connection from the processor commonly referred to as GPIO pins (General Purpose I/O pins) and provides a convenient and powerful way to interface with the computer. The parallel breakout board is included in those kits only to condition those signals for use with the drivers.

    The USB serves at the actual controller, sending the pulse trains, but the computer sends simple human readable instructions to the USB controller to tell the controller how to send pulses.

    The non-technical differences that may serve as the most important information to you is that the parallel configurations allow for a wider variety of industry standard software that can be used to control the cnc machine. The USB that we offer requires the operator to use a software called Planet-CNC software which is a very well made and feature full cnc control software.

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    1, 2, and 3 will be used. They connect to the U, V and W connections on the VFD. I would actually use a shielded cable as this cable is used with motor coils and will definitely send off EMF. Connect the shield to the earth ground terminal in the VFD.

    If the spindle spins in the wrong direction than expected, just swap two of the U, V, W wires on the VFD. It doesn't matter which two of the three wires.

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  • Which electronics unit comes with item #230, the 3 axis USB or parallel? If parallel, do you have a package price that includes the USB electronics?

    This version of the blueChick comes with the Parallel Breakout Board.

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  • What is travel speed of the blackfoot machine ?? I read in a forum somewhere that it's around 100inches/minute. Is that accurate ??

    The jog speed of the blackToe is 1000 - 1500 ipm (inches per minute). I generally set this to about 700 ipm just to be safe and 700 ipm is plenty fast for most scenarios. The cutting speed will depend on the tool (end mill) that you will use for the application, the material being used and whether a spindle or router is used. In a scenario that a spindle is used and cutting relatively hard plywood at 3/4" full depth using an Onsrud 1/4" diameter compression end mill, you can cut at around 100 - 300 ipm. Using a router would be only half the speed and cutting depth due to the poor torque.

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  • WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PARALLEL AND USB ELECTRONICS COMBOS MOTOR KITS

    The parallel (printer cable) port is uses the computer as its main source of pulse trains to operate the motor driver directly. Parallel ports are a direct connection from the processor commonly referred to as GPIO pins (General Purpose I/O pins) and provides a convenient and powerful way to interface with the computer. The parallel breakout board is included in those kits only to condition those signals for use with the drivers.

    The USB serves at the actual controller, sending the pulse trains, but the computer sends simple human readable instructions to the USB controller to tell the controller how to send pulses.

    The non-technical differences that may serve as the most important information to you is that the parallel configurations allow for a wider variety of industry standard software that can be used to control the cnc machine. The USB that we offer requires the operator to use a software called Planet-CNC software which is a very well made and feature full cnc control software.

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  • Is the 4kv spindle constructed using two or four bearings and what size collets are included with the spindle/vfd combo?

    Yes, all of the spindles come with collets. The collets have a 1/4" (6.35mm) bore for end mills that have a 1/4" shank. The ER specification is different for the 1.5kW (ER-11) and the 2.2kW (ER-20).

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  • I recently purchased 3 axis electronics with the USB controller board. I'm trying to install an E-stop switch. Where do I connect that on the controller board?

    There are many ways to wire an emergency stop switch. The simplest, and arguably the most certain, way is to wire the switch into the incoming power so that throwing the switch kills all power to every part of the machine. Here is a diagram showing how a customer wired such a switch on their blackTooth laser which you could adapt to your needs. http://www.buildyourtools.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=4872

    Alternatively, you could use an input pin on your USB board. The wiring would depend on whether and how you might be using limit switches (single or multiple switches; normally open or normally closed). Our website datasheet for the USB board is at https://buildyourcnc.com/item/electronicsAndMotors-electronic-component-USB-Controller-Breakout#prettyPhoto/2/ and shows how to configure the switches for each set up. If you use this method, you'd essentially wire the e-stop as a limit switch.

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  • I recently purchased 3 axis electronics with the USB controller board. I'm trying to install an E-stop switch. Where do I connect that on the controller board?

    There are many ways to wire an emergency stop switch. The simplest, and arguably the most certain, way is to wire the switch into the incoming power so that throwing the switch kills all power to every part of the machine. Here is a diagram showing how a customer wired such a switch on their blackTooth laser which you could adapt to your needs. http://www.buildyourtools.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=4872

    Alternatively, you could use an input pin on your USB board. The wiring would depend on whether and how you might be using limit switches (single or multiple switches; normally open or normally closed). Our website datasheet for the USB board is at https://buildyourcnc.com/item/electronicsAndMotors-electronic-component-USB-Controller-Breakout#prettyPhoto/2/ and shows how to configure the switches for each set up. If you use this method, you'd essentially wire the e-stop as a limit switch.

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  • I am having difficulty with the wiring on the White Ant. The latest electronics that I received don't seem to be anything like the book or even the tutorials. For instance, the three stepper drivers need 6 pin connectors and ribbon cable. How are they wired? There was no thermocouple wire included. Thanks,

    The whiteAnt is no longer sold; the information on the website is to support legacy customers. We have spoken with you and are sending the materials that you need.

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  • How should I configure the 110v vfd with 2.2kw spindle? When I use the configuration on the spindle page, I get an over-current error (e.oc.a).

    Please use these settings for our 110V VFD's:

    Change PD001 to '0' or '1' (source of run commands/one will be computer controlled)
    Change PD003 to 300 (main frequency - Hz)
    Change PD004 to 300 (base frequency - Hz)
    Change PD005 to 400 (max operating frequency - Hz)
    Change PD006 to 2.5 (intermediate frequency - Hz)
    Change PD008 to 110 (max voltage - V)
    Change PD009 to 15 (intermediate voltage - V)
    Change PD010 to 8 (minimum voltage - V)
    Change PD011 to 100 (frequency lower limit - Hz)
    Change PD142 to 7 (rated motor current - Amps)
    Change PD143 to 2 (motor pole number)
    Change PD144 to 3000 (rated motor revolution)
    For further info please refer to (https://www.buildyourcnc.com/item/spindle-inverter-2!2kw-spindle-novfd#prettyPhoto/9/) for wiring and other specifications.
    Please check you wiring to be correct as the illustrated photo on the diagram.

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    PD003 should be set to the base operating freq. stamped on your motor/spindle typically 400hz

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  • I received a VFD 110v yl600-2s-2k20 p 110v with 220v instructions, also the connectors on the VFD dose not match any wiring configuration you have.

    Ok, I will check the YL600 documentation Monday 4/3 and provide the answer here.

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    I also received one of these and the button labels do not even match your programming instructions as stated on your web set. Please provide updated instruction to match the model shipped with the correct button names to press in The programming process.

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    Mine is a 2.2Kw YL-620 connected to a 1.5Kw spindle.

    Code Address Function Set Range &Function Explanation Factory Setting User Set Vendor Suggested As shipped Code Address Decimal
    P00.00 0 Main Frequency 0-120HZ(400HZ) 50.0HZ  400 60 399.6 P00.0 0
    P00.01 1 Start / stop command source 0: Operator board 0 0  0 P00.1 1
    1:From external end control Electric machinery,operation panel STOP key effective
    2:From external end son control Electric machinery,operation panel STOP key invalid
    3:from (Modbus Rs485) control Electric machinery
    4:By user application program control Electric machinery
    P00.02 2 Reserved   0   0 P00.2 2
    P00.03 3 Stopping Mode 0:Decelerating stop 0 0  1 P00.3 3
    1:Coasting stop 10
    2:DC brake stop 0.2
    P00.04 4 VF:Highest output frequency 1.0-120.0HZ(400HZ) 50.0HZ 400 60 400 P00.4 4
    P00.05 5 VF:Maximum Voltage Output Frequency 5.0-120.0HZ(400HZ) 50.0HZ 400 60 400 P00.5 5
    P00.06 6 VF:Highest output Voltage 10.0%-150.0% 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 100 P00.6 6
    P00.07 7 VF:Middle Frequency 1.0-120.0HZ(400HZ) 3.0Hz 3.5Hz 3.0Hz 3.5 P00.7 7
    P00.08 8 VF:Middle Voltage 10.0%-100.0% 10% 20% 10% 10 P00.8 8
    P00.09 9 VF:Min Frequency 0-120.0HZ(400HZ) 0.2HZ 0.2Hz 0.2Hz 0.2 P00.9 9
    P00.10 10 VF:Min Voltage 0%-100.0% 5% 10.00% 5.00% 5 P00.10 10
    P00.11 11 Analog Input quantity 1 Regulation Multistage velocity 0%-100% 100 100 100 100 P00.11 11
    P00.12 12 VF :Curve Setting 0-4 0 0 P00.12 12
    P00.13 13 Parameter Lock 0: lnvalid 0 0 P00.13 13
    1: Valid
    10: Restore the factory setting No other function
    P00.14 14 Reserved 0 0 P00.14 14
    P00.15 15 Power on Time prohibit External end son Start-up 0:Power on time,allow External end input effective level,start-up Electric machinery 0 0 P00.15 15
    1:Power on time,Not allow
    P00.16 16 0: FWD(X5)yes,Positive run the 0 P00.16 16
    1: REV(X6) Determine direction : Open Yes
    2:X_EF=EF,X_REV(X5)_DIR=DIR,FWD(X6)=
    3: Stop ,FWD(X5) turn off Instantaneous
    4: FWD(X5) turn off Instantaneous
    5: FWD(X5) turn off Instantaneous
    6: Stop ,FWD(X5) turn off Instantaneous
    7: REV(X6)When open,FWD(X5)Start-up
    P00.17 17 Many function input X1 function Choice ####################################### ####################################### 1 1 P00.17 17
    P00.18 18 Many function input X2 function Choice 1.0HZ 1 P00.18 18
    P00.19 19 Many function input X3 function Choice 1 P00.19 19
    P00.20 20 Many function input X4 function Choice 1 P00.20 20
    P00.21 21 External Terminal rise/Slow down increment 0-120HZ(400HZ) 1.0HZ 1 P00.21 21
    P00.22 22 External Terminal rise/Slow down time interval 0.2 0.2 P00.22 22
    P00.23 23 Physics amount display Proportion constant 0-999.9% 100.00% 100 P00.23 23
    P00.24 24 After power supply, display project choice 0: Display current target frequency 0 0 P00.24 24
    1:Display Electric machinery run frequency.
    2:Display Electric machinery run current.
    3:Display input AC voltage
    4:Display mother Line voltage
    5:Display output voltage
    6:Display speed paragraph Number SP x
    7:Display inverter temperature t xx
    8:Display input signal X1-X3/output signal
    9:Display user variable
    10:Display user Count value
    11:Display temporary debugging variable
    12:Display automatic multi segment run step and time
    P00.25 25 Display project automatic Return delayed time (10/S) 0:No,Automatic return;1-6delayed 10-60S Back Return 1 1 P00.25 25
    P01.00 256 REV Rotation Select 0: Rev Run Enable 0 0 P01.0 256
    1: Rev Run Forbidden 0
    P01.01 257 Electric machinery Reversing wait for time 0 P01.1 257
    P01.02 258 Deceleration Prevention overvoltage setting(%) 130 130 P01.2 258
    P01.03 259 Accelerated Prevention overcurrent setting(%) 130 130 P01.3 259
    P01.04 260 Overcurrent Set up (%) 200 200 P01.4 260
    P01.05 261 Overload protection Set up (%) 130 130 P01.5 261
    P01.06 262 Overload protection time Set up (s) 120 120 P01.6 262
    P01.07 263 Undervoltage protection Set up (%) 80 80 P01.7 263
    P01.08 264 Overvoltage protection Set up (%) 150 150 P01.8 264
    P01.09 265 After shutdown, start DC Brake voltage Setup (%) 15 15 P01.9 265
    P01.10 266 After shutdown, End DC Brake voltage Setup (%) 0 0 P01.10 266
    P01.11 267 After shutdown, DC Braking Time Set up 2 2 P01.11 267
    P01.12 268 After shutdown, DC Braking Initial Frequency Set up 0.6 0.6 P01.12 268
    P01.13 269 Before start , input DC brake voltage set up (%) 20 20 P01.13 269
    P01.14 270 Before start , End DC Brake voltage Set up (%) 15 15 P01.14 270
    P01.15 271 Before start , DC Braking Time Set up 3 3 P01.15 271
    P01.16 272 Direct start Initial frequency (Improve starting torque ) 100 100 P01.16 272
    P01.17 273 Direct start Initial frequency Hold time 0 0 P01.17 273
    P01.18 274 power failure frequency decline 80 80 P01.18 274
    P01.19 275 The power down frequency decline rate 5 5 P01.19 275
    P01.20 276 Restart No load time 10 10 P01.20 276
    P01.21 277 Restart voltage rise time 200 200 P01.21 277
    P02.00 512 When speed up torque will increased   100  100 100 60 P02.0 512
    P02.01 513 Deceleration time - Torque Boost   100  100 100 60 P02.1 513
    P02.02 514 Accelerate curve Choice 0  0 P02.2 514
    P02.03 515 Deceleration curve Choice 0  0 P02.3 515
    P02.04 516 Avoid the f requency 1 20 400 P02.4 516
    P02.05 517 Avoid the f requency 2 30 30 P02.5 517
    P02.06 518 Avoid the f requency 3   40 40 P02.6 518
    P02.07 519 Avoid the f requency Width   0 0 P02.7 519
    P02.08 520 Window frequency 1 45 45 P02.8 520
    P02.09 521 Window frequency 2 50 50 P02.9 521
    P02.10 522 ? 400 P02.10 522
    P03.00 768 RS485 Communication Baud Rate 0: 1200Bps 5 4 P03.0 768
    1: 2400Bps
    2: 4800Bps
    3: 9600Bps
    4: 19200Bps
    5: 38400Bps
    6: 57600Bps
    P03.01 769 RS485 Communication Addresses 1-254 10 10 P03.1 769
    P03.02 770 0: 8 bit data, 1 stop bits, odd parity 2 2 P03.2 770
    1: 8 bit data, 1 stop bits, parity check
    2: 8 bit data, 1 stop bit, no parity
    3: 8 bit data, 2 stop bits, odd parity
    4: 8 bit data, 2 stop bits, parity check
    5: 8 bit data, 2 stop bit, no parity
    P03.03 771 Communication error handling 0 P03.3 771
    P03.04 772 Communication error tolerance time 20 P03.4 772
    P03.05 773 4-20mA Break detection time 0 P03.5 773
    P03.06 774 Panel potentiometer,Lower limit of AD norm 3 P03.6 774
    P03.07 775 Panel potentiometer,Upper limit of AD specification 1020 1015 1015 P03.7 775
    P03.08 776 Panel potentiometer, frequency given of lower limit 0.0HZ 0 0 P03.8 776
    P03.09 777 Panel potentiometer, frequency given of Upper limit 0-120HZ(400HZ) 60.0HZ 400  60Hz 400 P03.9 777
    P03.10 778 Analog lnput 1 AD lower limit 0-1023 3.0Hz  60Hz 3 P03.10 778
    P03.11 779 Analog lnput 1 AD Upper limit 0-1023 1020 1010 1010 P03.11 779
    P03.12 780 Analog lnput 1 frequency given lower limit 0.0HZ 0 P03.12 780
    P03.13 781 Analog lnput 1 frequency given Upper limit 60.0HZ 400 400 P03.13 781
    P03.14 782 Analog lnput 2 AD lower limit 3.0Hz 3 P03.14 782
    P03.15 783 Analog lnput 2 AD Upper limit 1020 1010 1010 P03.15 783
    P03.16 784 Analog lnput 2 frequency given lower limit 0.0HZ 0 P03.16 784
    P03.17 785 Analog lnput 2 frequency given Upper limit 60.0HZ 60 P03.17 785
    P03.18 786 Analog output correlation 0 0 P03.18 786


    P03.19 787 Analog output gain setting 100 100 P03.19 787
    P04.00 1024 Mo analog multiplier output frequency multiplier 10 10 P04.0 1024
    P04.01 1025 Mo1 Function Options 0 0 P04.1 1025
    P04.02 1026 Mo2 Function Options 1 1 P04.2 1026
    P04.03 1027 Multi-function Relay 1 Function selection 0:fault Yes Electric , otherwise power failure 0 2 2 2 P04.3 1027
    P04.04 1028 Multi-function Relay 2 Function selection 1:Running Yes Electric ,otherwise power failure 3 3.0Hz 3 P04.4 1028
    2: Reserved
    3: Arbitrary frequency arrival Time, have Electric,Related to P02-10 settings
    4: , The power down Time,have Electric
    5:, low voltage Time, have Electric
    6:, Overvoltage Time, have Electric
    7: Overcurrent Time, have Electric
    8: Nonzero velocity Time,have Electric
    9:, DC brake Time, have Electric
    10: Over torque Time, have Electric
    11: External interrupt fault Time, have
    12: Forward Time, have Electric
    13: Reversal Time, have Electric
    14: Move Time, have Electric
    15: Accelerate Time, have Electric
    16: Deceleration Time, have Electric
    17: Constant speed Time, have Electric
    18:X1 close Time, have Electric
    19:X2 close Time, have Electric
    20:X3 close Time, have Electric
    21:X4 close Time, have Electric
    22:X5 close Time, have Electric
    23:X6 close Time, have Electric
    24: Forward and bus voltage greater than 400V Time, have Electric
    25: Reverse and bus voltage greater than 400V Time, have Electric
    P04.05 1029 Multi-function Relay 1 Action close Delayed 0-65.5 S 0 0 P04.5 1029
    P04.06 1030 Multi-function Relay 1 disconnect delay action 0-65.5 S 0 0 P04.6 1030
    P04.07 1031 Multi-function Relay 1 Action close Delayed 0-65.5 S 0 0 P04.7 1031
    P04.08 1032 Multi-function Relay 1 disconnect delay action 0-65.5 S 0 0 P04.8 1032
    P04.09 1033 Stall rotor detection time 0-65.5 S 1 1 P04.9 1033
    P04.10 1034 Switch amount (Di) sampling time 0-1000mS 8 24 24 P04.10 1034
    P04.11 1035 Stopping Mode 0:Decelerating stop 0 0 P04.11 1035
    1:Coasting stop
    P05.00 1280 PID Output Upper limit frequency 50 50 P05.0 1280
    P05.01 1281 PID Output lower limit frequency 25 25 P05.1 1281
    P05.02 1282 PID Given Source 0 0 P05.2 1282
    P05.03 1283 PID Values Given 0.2 0.2 P05.3 1283
    P05.04 1284 PID Output characteristic(FOR /REV) 0 0 P05.4 1284
    P05.05 1285 PID Output characteristic (FOR/REV) 0 0 P05.5 1285
    P05.06 1286 PID Proportional Gain 0-100.0 50 50 P05.6 1286
    P05.07 1287 PID Integration Time Ti 0-100.0 0-100.0 50 50 P05.7 1287
    P05.08 1288 PID Derivative Time Td 0-100.0 0-100.0 50 50 P05.8 1288
    P05.09 1289 PID Deviation Limit 0-50.0 5 5 P05.9 1289
    P05.10 1290 PID Integral upper limit 50 50 P05.10 1290
    P05.11 1291 PID Given Change Time 0-600.0 1 1 P05.11 1291
    P05.12 1292 PID Feedback Filter Time 0 0 P05.12 1292
    P06.00 1536 Acceleration Time 0  0 P06.0 1536
    P06.01 1537 Accel.Time 1 0.1-6553.5 5.0 9  5.0 5 P06.1 1537
    P06.02 1538 Decel. Time 1 0.1-6553.5 5.0 8.6  5.0 5 P06.2 1538
    P06.03 1539 Accel.Time 2 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.3 1539
    P06.04 1540 Decel. Time 2 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.4 1540
    P06.05 1541 Accel.Time 3 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.5 1541
    P06.06 1542 Decel. Time 3 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.6 1542
    P06.07 1543 Accel.Time 4 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.7 1543
    P06.08 1544 Decel. Time 4 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.8 1544
    P06.09 1545 Accel.Time 5 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.9 1545
    P06.10 1546 Decel. Time 5 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.10 1546
    P06.11 1547 Accel.Time 6 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.11 1547
    P06.12 1548 Decel. Time 6 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.12 1548
    P06.13 1549 Accel.Time 7 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.13 1549
    P06.14 1550 Decel. Time 7 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.14 1550
    P06.15 1551 Accel.Time 8 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.15 1551
    P06.16 1552 Decel. Time 8 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.16 1552
    P06.17 1553 Jog Acceleration Time 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.17 1553
    P06.18 1554 Jog Deceleration Time 0.1-6553.5 0.1-6553.5 2 2 P06.18 1554
    P07.00 1792 Frequency 1 0-120HZ(400HZ) 50HZ 50 50 P07.0 1792
    P07.01 1793 Frequency 2 50HZ 45 45 P07.1 1793
    P07.02 1794 Frequency 3 50HZ 40 40 P07.2 1794
    P07.03 1795 Frequency 4 50HZ 35 35 P07.3 1795
    P07.04 1796 Frequency 5 50HZ 30 30 P07.4 1796
    P07.05 1797 Frequency 6 50HZ 25 25 P07.5 1797
    P07.06 1798 Frequency 7 50HZ 20 20 P07.6 1798
    P07.07 1799 Frequency 8 50HZ 15 15 P07.7 1799
    P07.08 1800 Frequency source selection 1 0: Operator board (parameter: P03.06~P03.09) 0 0 P07.8 1800
    P07.09 1801 Frequency source selection 2 1: Pre-set Freq, P00.00 Set frequency value,Operation panel keyboard,Can be set directly 2 2 P07.9 1801
    P07.10 1802 Frequency source selection 3 2:No. X paragraph frequency P07.00~P07.07 2 2 P07.10 1802
    P07.11 1803 Frequency source selection 4 3: Analog Input. :P03.10~P03.13) 2 2 P07.11 1803
    P07.12 1804 Frequency source selection 5 4: external simulation amount 2 (VI2) 2 2 P07.12 1804
    P07.13 1805 Frequency source selection 6 5: (Modbus Rs485)Given frequency 2 2 P07.13 1805
    P07.14 1806 Frequency source selection 7 6: User application program, given frequency 2 2 P07.14 1806
    P07.15 1807 Frequency source selection 8 7:( Pid)Output frequency 2 2 P07.15 1807
    Other: Reserved
    Note:three control methods (P07.08) 1808 1.The motor speed is controlled by the operating panel P07.16 1808
    2.Motor speed control by external terminals (Potentiometer 10K). P00.01 set to 1, P07.08 set to 3
    3.Motor speed control by external terminals. P00.01 set to 1,P07.08 set to 1.
    P07.16 1809 Jogging Frequency FORWARD 0-120HZ(400HZ) 15.0HZ 15 P07.17 1809
    P07.17 2048 Jogging Frequency REV 0-120HZ(400HZ) 15.0HZ 13.0Hz 13 P08.0 2048
    P08.00 2049 Automatic many paragraph Running: Running direction Binary data format to set the direction of operation, see (the automatic multi segment operation, the operation of the direction set table) 0  0 P08.1 2049
    P08.01 2050 Automatic many paragraph Running: mode Choice 0:Automatic multi segment operation is invalid; 0 0 P08.2 2050
    1:After execution complete,Stop;
    2:After execution complete,Keep the last running state,Continued running;
    3:After execution complete, Repeated execution.
    P08.02 2051 Automatic many paragraph Running time Units:S/M 0:S;1:M 0 0 P08.3 2051
    P08.03 2052 Automatic many paragraph Running: No.1 paragraph Running time Automatic multi-section run time,Set up Section speed run time。Time units are determined by P08.02 Decision。Set run is 0,Indicates that this section is not executed. 10 1 1 P08.4 2052
    P08.04 2053 Automatic many paragraph Running: No.2 paragraph Running time 10 1.5 1.5 P08.5 2053
    P08.05 2054 Automatic many paragraph Running: No.3 paragraph Running time 10 1 1 P08.6 2054
    P08.06 2055 Automatic many paragraph Running: No.4 paragraph Running time 10 1.5 1.5 P08.7 2055
    P08.07 2056 Automatic many paragraph Running: No.5 paragraph Running time 10 1 1 P08.8 2056
    P08.08 2057 Automatic many paragraph Running: No.6 paragraph Running time 10 1.5 1.5 P08.9 2057
    P08.09 2058 Automatic many paragraph Running: No.7 paragraph Running time 10 1 1 P08.10 2058
    P08.10 2304 Automatic many paragraph Running: No.8 paragraph Running time 10 1.5 1.5 P09.0 2304
    P09.00 2305 frequency Range(%) 0-200% 0 0 P09.1 2305
    P09.01 2306 frequency wave Range(%) 0-400% 200 30 30 P09.2 2306
    P09.02 2307 frequency Rise time(S) 0.1-999.9 S 6.0 S 6 P09.3 2307
    P09.03 2560 frequency decline time(S) 0.1-999.9 S 5.0 S 5 P10.0 2560
    P10.00 2561 Counter reload,value 1000 1000 P10.1 2561
    P10.01 2562 Counter current value 0 0 P10.2 2562
    P10.02 2563 Timer reload,value 1000 1000 P10.3 2563
    P10.03 2816 Timer current value 0 0 P11.0 2816
    P11.00 2817 Output Status 1 1 P11.1 2817
    P11.01 2818 Output Voltage (V) 0 0 P11.2 2818
    P11.02 2819 Output Current (A) 5 5 P11.3 2819
    P11.03 2820 Output Frequency (Hz) 50 50 P11.4 2820
    P11.04 3072 Current Heatsink Temperature 25 25 P12.0 3072
    P12.00 3073 Rated Motor Current 5 5 P12.1 3073
    P12.01 3074 Rated Motor Voltage 220 220 P12.2 3074
    P12.02 3075 Motor Pole number 2-100 2 2 P12.3 3075
    P12.03 3076 Motor no-load current 10 10 P12.4 3076
    P12.04 3077 Motor no-load current detection time(S) 10 10 P12.5 3077
    P12.05 3078 Converter rated current(A) 5 5 P12.6 3078
    P12.06 3079 Converter rated Voltage(V) 220 220 P12.7 3079
    P12.07 3080 DC bus output voltage% 140 130 P12.8 3080
    P12.08 3081 Heat sink over temperature protection point 70 75 P12.9 3081
    P12.09 3082 Radiating fin temperature sensor configuration 1 1 P12.10 3082
    P12.10 3083 Abnormal reset implement wait time 120 120 P12.11 3083
    P12.11 3084 Fan Function Pattern 0:Motor running tine, start fan; 1 1 P12.12 3084
    1:When the fan operating temperature (P12.12) is exceeded,Instant start fan; When the temperature is lower than the fan temperature point,Delay about 1 minutes to close the fan;
    2:Unconditional forced start fan;
    3:Fan Inoperation;
    P12.12 3085 Cooling fan operating temperature 55 45 50 P12.13 3085
    P12.13 3086 Fan Testing 0 0 P12.14 3086
    P12.14 3087 Bypass relay closed detection 0 0 P12.15 3087
    P12.15 3088 Bypass Relay delay time 1.5 1 P12.16 3088
    P12.16 3089 Power on delay timer initial value(S) 50 50 P12.17 3089
    P12.17 3090 Electric current sensor To configure 1 1 P12.18 3090
    P12.18 3091 Automatic stable pressure function Choice 1 1 P12.19 3091
    P12.19 3092 PWM Frequency 2.0-15.0KHZ (110V13.0KHZ 220V11.0KHZ 380V6.0KHZ) 8.0KHZ 13.0KHz 13 P12.20 3092
    P12.20 3328 SVPWM Pattern 0:Three-phase asynchronous motor, 0 0 P13.0 3328
    1:Two-phase asynchronous motor (Single-phase motor, 90 degree phase difference,Starting capacitor)
    P13.00 3329 103 P13.1 3329
    P13.01 3330 600 P13.2 3330
    P13.02 3331 1 P13.3 3331
    P13.03 3332 16.24 P13.4 3332
    P13.04 3333 1 P13.5 3333
    P13.05 3584 0 P14.0 3584
    P14.00 3585 35 P14.1 3585
    P14.01 3586 0.2 P14.2 3586
    P14.02 3587 1 P14.3 3587
    P14.03 3588 0 P14.4 3588
    P14.04 3589 0 P14.5 3589
    P14.05 3590 100 P14.6 3590
    P14.06 3591 1900 P14.7 3591
    P14.07 3592 2000 P14.8 3592
    P14.08 3593 59999 P14.9 3593
    P14.09 3594 5 P14.10 3594
    P14.10 3595 20 P14.11 3595
    P14.11 3596 0 P14.12 3596
    P14.12 3597 0 P14.13 3597
    P14.13 3598 0 P14.14 3598
    P14.14 3599 0 P14.15 3599


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    Sorry, that is a paste from a spread sheet, you may have to do some formatting or paste it into a spread sheet to see it better...

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    I will definitely do that. Thank you so much for providing the information!!

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    I also have this problem with a yl620. Is there a solution?

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    Is there a wiring diagram for the 110v units. My came with a 220 volt booklet.

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    my unit also came with instructions for a 220 unit. I need a 110 wiring diagram.

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    These instructions are lame at best, a friend of mine ordered one of these to install on a knife grinder that I built for him, and I proceeded to setup the unit, upon connecting it to the motor, it runs the motor, but hunt's at the lower speeds, and the setting I am looking for just isn't in the list, there's some settings in the 14's that don't say what there for, can anyone help?

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    I received a VFD 110v yl600-2s-2k20 p 110v with 220v instructions, also the connectors on the VFD dose not match any wiring configuration you have.

  • I have your Nema 24 electronics kit and am having problems with the Z axis dropping over time. I am using a PC 8902 motor. Any ideas on what the problem is? What should be the motor tuning values in Mach3? Thanks

    Make sure all your bolts/screws are tighten correctly and if using a lead screw make sure your anti-backlash nut is not offset. Now a default setting will be 10101100 for your driver dip switch settings and in motor tuning (mach3) 1600 steps per, 400.02 velocity, 4 in acceleration. now the acceleration and velocity can be adjusted to move your machine faster, but if set to high they could stall. Make sure you have the correct wiring from your motor to your driver (https://www.buildyourcnc.com/Documents/PN.SM60HT86-2008BF-U%20(inhouse%20PN.60BYGH303-13)%20(1).pdf).

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    I have your Nema 24 electronics kit and am having problems with the Z axis dropping over time. I am using a PC 8902 motor. Any ideas on what the problem is? What should be the motor tuning values in Mach3? Thanks

  • I purchased the greenbull with the electronics assembled, where are the wiring schematics to wire to 110 volt inverter?

    There is another image on the spindle page here that shows another type of wiring using the R, T and E terminals for power. The image is one of the clickable main images on that page:

    https://www.buildyourcnc.com/item/spindle-inverter-2!2kw-spindle-novfd

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    Here is a link to the image directly:

    https://www.buildyourcnc.com/images/SpindleWiring-800.JPG

    And here is the link to the alternate diagram:

    https://www.buildyourcnc.com/images/NewSpindleDiagram-800.JPG

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    I purchased the greenbull with the electronics assembled, where are the wiring schematics to wire to 110 volt inverter?

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