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Resolving Servo Feedback Choices >

This PowerPoint presentation explains the differences between different types of servo motor feedback devices, including: The differences between absolute and incremental devices. The differences between analog and digital devices. Typical…

Establishing Commutation for Resolver Based Motors with the AKD/AKD2G >

Commutation is the means by which a servo drive controls the torque of a motor by determining the position of the motor and applying current to the appropriate motor phases.  If the rotor position of the motor is not determined correctly or the…

Scoping the Resolver or Sine Encoder Signal Amplitude in AKD >

First to review what F402 means: Analog signal amplitude for resolver or sine encoder feedback is out of range, either too low or too high. To troubleshoot: Check primary feedback (X10 connection), for resolver and sine/cos encoder only.

Can AKD adjust phase between motor and resolver >

When I use frameless DD motor with Resolver, can AKD adjust phase between motor and resolver? Or, do I need to adjust it physically during hardware installation? 

AKD Parameter FB1.ENCRES Setting for Resolver >

The setting for FB1.ENCRES (Rotary Encoder Resolution) for a resolver is set automatically in Workbench to a value of 32768 * FB1.POLES.  So it is set to 65536 for a 2-pole resolver or 131072 for a 4-pole resolver.  A resolver does not have…

AKD Configured with a PacSci R22GMNA-R1-NS-NV-03 servo with Resolver - see below >

Attached file ( AKD with PacSci R22G data.xlsx)   with Cut and Paste that the did not copy below Trying to get a  PacSci R22G with resolver – no accurate documentation for the resolver connection since it is a custom (-03 at end…

Resolver Setup >

Valid for S300, S400, S600, S700 Presumption
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