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Servo Setup RANDTRONICS B / Bx, KM3 & 3P MAX 1, 2, 32 Problem description:

Servo out of adjustment. Circles out of round @ 45 degree points. Axis overshoot, rough jerky travel. Axis motor growling. Please read the following information before continuing:

General Safety and Maintenance Procedures


The Servo amplifier employs voltages, which are sufficient to cause personal injury or damage to the equipment. Caution should always be exercised when working on the Servo system and the following rules should always be observed. 1. Both the 120 VAC power source and the high power DC bus voltage should be removed before performing any maintenance work on the Servo amplifiers or the Servo motors. Allow the voltage on the power bus capacitor(s) to bleed off before working on the Servo amplifier(s). Do not discharge by shorting capacitor terminals together. Do not make any adjustments to the Servo amplifier(s) unless you are thoroughly familiar with the equipment. Always wear a grounded wrist strap when removing the axis drive assembly from the chassis or when handling the drive assembly. Use anti-static bags to store or transport the axis drive assembly. Occasionally inspect the heat sinks and circuit boards for accumulated dust and dirt. The heat sinks should be kept clean for maximum efficiency. If cleaning is required, remove the axis drive assembly and carefully blow it off with dry compressed air. If the board will not come clean try using alcohol but be sure the board has time to dry before use.

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Servomate (RANDTRONICS) Amplifier set-up Procedures


Control Model Pots Signal Aux Tach Balance (See Example) Gain CLM Gain 20ccw 5cw 20ccw 20cw 8.5ccw* 20cw 9ccw 20cw 5ccw 20ccw 5cw 20ccw 20cw 20cw 9ccw 20cw 5ccw 20cw 20ccw 20cw 20cw 9ccw 20cw 6ccw B

BX

KM3 BX SM1 BX
(SEE NOTE)

KM3 MD1

MD3 X&Y

MD3 Z axis

BMC 10

BMC 15

Pot Presets 20cw 20ccw 20cw 8ccw 20cw 9ccw 20cw 9ccw 20cw 8ccw 20ccw 20cw 4ccw 20cw 9ccw 20cw 5ccw 20cw 20ccw 20cw 20cw 9ccw 20cw 5ccw 20cw 20ccw 20cw 20cw 9ccw 20cw 9ccw 20cw 20ccw 20cw 20cw 9ccw 20cw 9ccw

20cw 20cw 20cw 20cw 20cw 20cw 20cw 20cw Adjustments Adjust Gain pot CW until the axis goes into oscillation. Then turn the pot CCW until the oscillation stops, then turn an addition ## of turns. (See below). 5 Sig to get .9 VDC @ 25 ipm 5 Sig to get .65 VDC @ 25 ipm 5 Tach to get .65 VDC @ 25 ipm 3 to 5 Tach to get .8 VDC @ 40 ipm 3 to 5 Tach to get .8 VDC @ 40 ipm 3 to 5 Sig to get .8 VDC @ 40 ipm 3 to 5 Tach to get .8 VDC @ 40 ipm 3 to 5 Sig & Tach to get .8 VDC @ 40 ipm (SEE
NOTE)

Gain## Adjust

Notes
* ** KM3 BX and SM1 BX machines have all black style electrocraft axis drive motors. Adjust Sig first if more than 3 turns, Adjust the tach , They interact!

Example adjustment on B control style machine.

First preset the Sig pot 20 turns ccw then back 5 turns cw. Then preset the Aux pot 20 turns ccw, next the Tach 20 turns cw then set the Balance to 8.5 turns, next turn the Gain 20 turns cw then 5 turns ccw, Lastly turn the Clm 20 turns cw. With the servos on, adjust the Gain until the axis being adjusted breaks into oscillation (on some machine this can be heard on others you must look at the voltage going to the motor). Turn the Gain pot back until the oscillation stops, then turn it additional 5 turns. Next fine tune the Balance by adjusting the balance pot (BAL.) for the minimum stable DAC voltage and direction change gives equal readings. Lastly with the axis traveling at 25 IPM measure the DAC signal and adjust the Sig. Pot so DAC reads .90 VDC. Calibrate the machine and check display values, if not 0.0000 then adjust Bal. slightly and re-cal until display is 0.0000. DAC command voltage can be measured between pins #8 & #9 on servo control bd connector for the axis under adjustment.