AXBB Wiring to driver question

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AXBB Wiring to driver question

Postby Fabmonster » Sun Sep 22, 2019 1:04 am

Here is my driver please explain to me how to wire this thing. I’ve been trying to figure it out for a week with no success. I tried wiring cp- cow- to ground 5vo on axbb then cp+ to pin 9 port 1 and cw+ to pin 10 port 1 and no movement. HELP -PLEASE
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Re: AXBB Wiring to driver question

Postby Robertspark » Sun Sep 22, 2019 6:32 am

CP is your step signal

CW is your direction signal

section 9.2 of the manual shows 2 wiring options

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source= ... M24AixmJtf

if it were me:

I would wire the 5V0 to CP- and CW-

I would then wire one of the non isolated outputs OF to 017 to CP+ and a separate (different) non isolated output to CW+

but as section 9.2 shows you you could wire up CP+ and CW+ to 5V+ and then you would wire up CP- and CW- to separate non isolated outputs OP9-17

either will work

it is clearly shown in this diag

https://www.cncdrive.com/img/AXBB-E_5.png
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Re: AXBB Wiring to driver question

Postby cncdrive » Sun Sep 22, 2019 7:17 am

If the CP+ is wired to a non-isolated output and CP- is wired to 5V0
Or
if the CP+ is wired to the +5V and the CP- is wired to a non-isolated output
then it should run to one direction even if the CW+ and CW- is left unconnected.
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