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The ASDA-Soft Configuration Software provides an MSizing Tool function. Using this function, how do I select the appropriate servo motors?
1.Enable ASDA-Soft version V4.XX or V5.XX, click [Tools] and select [MSizing Tool] from the drop-down menu to open the [MSizing Tool] dialog window.
You will see seven types of transmission devices for the motor's mechanism in the left side of the [MSizing Tool] dialog window. You can choose the type of transmission device first and input its specifications, such as screw pitch, great ratio, max. moving speed, acceleration, deceleration and other required data or conditions.
3.The right side of the [MSizing Tool] dialog window consists of four major functions: the User Input Parameter tab, the Motor Specific tab, the Density Table tab, and the Properties tab. Click on the corresponding tab to access its functions. The User Input Parameter tab is the default tab. In the User Input Parameter tab, you may define the required parameters according to your application needs. In the Motor Specific tab, you can search all of Delta's servo motor specifications listed here for your reference. In the Density Table tab and Properties tab, you can use optional settings to further define the required servo motors. For example, if you set the max. motor load inertia ratio to 15, it means the load should have no more than 15 times the moment of inertia of the motor rotor that is driving it. When matching motor to load, doing this allows for safe sizing over a wide range of applications.
4.When you click the 'Calculate' button, the MSizing Tool function calculates the motor specifications, such as torque, speed, and inertia requirements and processes all motor data from the database and then generates the calculation process and calculation result and then creates a list of all motors that match your application specifications.
How do I set up the slave station’s node ID numbers in Delta’s high-speed motion control system DMCNET?
The ultrasonic sensor should not be configured or operated until it has had a chance to warm up. When a sensor is first powered up, the individual components heat up and also heat the surrounding space and components. This fluctuation in temperature from a cold start to the operating temperature is called "Warm-Up Drift." Until all components have stabilized at the correct operating temperature, the accuracy of your measurements may be affected.
The best targets for use with an ultrasonic are large, flat, solid surfaces of materials such as metal, ceramic, glass or wood. Placement should always be perpendicular to the sensor. Soft or irregular surface targets, such as pellets, sawdust or foam should be avoided.
Teach the sensor the "background" as your good condition. By teaching a good ultrasonically reflective background surface as the good condition, any object getting between the sensor and the background will be detected, therefore causing the output to switch.