Motor Control Issues: Kollmorgen AKM33H-ACCN2-00, S310 Servo Driver, and A/D Board Compatibility
I'm reaching out to discuss an issue I'm experiencing with the Kollmorgen AKM33H-ACCN2-00 motor and the S310 servo driver by Kollmorgen. My goal is to control the motor using an A/D board, specifically the National USB-6211.
When I send a constant value to the analog input of the servo driver (ANALOG 1+) using AO0 of the A/D board, the motor does not run at a constant speed. However, if I send a sine wave using a LabVIEW program, the motor starts oscillating backward and forward.
I want to control the motor using the 'Analog Torque' mode (OPMODE in DriveGUI), but it seems that when I send the command, something is causing the motor to block, even when there is no load applied.
I would appreciate any suggestions or solutions to address this issue. Additionally, if there are any settings in the DriveGUI that I may have configured incorrectly, please let me know. Please find attached the image of the electronic circuit comprising the servo driver, A/D board, and the switching power supply (+24V).
Thank you in advance for your assistance.