Kyle Slemmer

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  • Kyle Slemmer created an article,

    SEW Standard Alignment

    We have several documented cases showing the SEW motors with resolvers use this standard alignment: +U-V=60E+U-W=120E-V+W=0EHere are some motor datasheet references: SEW CMP63M/BK/KY/RH1M/SB1 with ...

  • Kyle Slemmer created an article,

    WinTI5000JX is being replaced with Athena! - New Features

    We're happy to announce the release of our newest PC software, Athena. We've spent the past couple years transitioning our old WinTI5000JX software into this new environment that will allow for mo...

  • Kyle Slemmer created an article,

    Yaskawa Serial Encoder Testing

    IDENTIFICATION AND CABLING It is important to know exactly which model of encoder you are testing. Using the incorrect serial Yaskawa test selection will often provide poor results. The current Ath...

  • Kyle Slemmer created an article,

    Yaskawa Serial Encoder Identification

    Yaskawa serial encoders come in several bit types and can be "Incremental" (INC), meaning singleturn with no battery backup, or "Absolute" (ABS), meaning multiturn with battery backup. Unfortunatel...

  • Kyle Slemmer created an article,

    Indramat/Rexroth MKD/MKE Resolver and Digital Board Test Procedures

    REQUIRED HARDWARE TI-5924 resolver test cable, TI-5040 (rev C) digital board test cable, and TI-5104 8VDC adapter module.   BACKGROUND While many motor brands have a standard alignment, there is no...

  • Kyle Slemmer created an article,

    Indramat (Rexroth, Bosch) MDD/MHD Encoder Removal

    There are several types of encoders used on the Indramat MDD/MHD series motors. Please see the section for the encoder type you are working on.  The removal procedure is very much the same across a...

  • Kyle Slemmer created an article,

    1 Vpp Line Levels and Scanning Gap Adjustment on Inductive Encoders

    Many German serial encoders (mainly SICK Stegmann Hiperface and Heidenhain EnDat) use incremental sine wave signals in addition to the serial data lines. It is important to check that these signals...

  • Kyle Slemmer created an article,

    SICK Stegmann Hiperface Analog Offset Error

    SICK Stegmann Hiperface encoders produce a serial count for positioning that can be read in the serial Position Count section of the Data Display. The A and B channels are 1Vp-p cosine and sine wav...

  • Kyle Slemmer created an article,

    Kollmorgen AKM motors with SFD feedback

    Kollmorgen's SFD feedback is basically a resolver which is fed into a PCB (see below) which converts the signals into a proprietary absolute serial data stream. We do not have support for the 4-wir...

  • Kyle Slemmer created an article,

    Festo EMMS Support

    Festo motors have become more popular in recent years. They typically come with Heidenhain ECI1118 or EQI1130 serial EnDat 2.2 encoders without any incremental lines. Do to the lack of incremental ...