potentiometers on MK2/4 problems with actualy firmware

potentiometers on MK2/4 problems with actualy firmware

Postby Falko » 22 Jun 2016, 19:52

Hello all,
have anywhere problems with potentiometers speed-controll. If youre change down, also makes speed off?
Than following my milling skip to onself. is this normaly, or a bug?

Software is SW:2.10.16.04.1801 (newest)

(sorry my english)
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Re: potentiometers on MK2/4 problems with actualy firmware

Postby Support » 23 Jun 2016, 06:52

To get better perspective and understanding of your problem please elaborate it slightly more in detail.

Also, please post your .setting file(File/Settings->Export Settings file).

If you have any photos or videos describing the problem you are having please attach it within next post.

Thank you.
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Re: potentiometers on MK2/4 problems with actualy firmware

Postby Falko » 23 Jun 2016, 08:58

Okay,
here i have a video from this problem.

https://youtu.be/EQ44ktRpmkA

greetings from germany,
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Re: potentiometers on MK2/4 problems with actualy firmware

Postby Support » 23 Jun 2016, 13:25

This potentiometer is used for jogging speed? Do you have it connected via jogging keyboard PCB or directly to controller on-board 6 pin terminal(POT)?

1.) So if I get this correct, when you change potentiometer value and your spindle is turned ON, your RPM of Kress also changes?

2.) Or you can turn Kress ON and OFF with potentiometer max or min value?
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Re: potentiometers on MK2/4 problems with actualy firmware

Postby Falko » 23 Jun 2016, 14:57

I have a potentiometer to the 6-pin connector connected.
So I rule the speed of the stepper motors.
The Kress is switched on via a relays, when I click the top menu icon. So that is correct.
But when I turn the potentiometer completely shut.
So any speed, then switches to the Kress. Since nothing is regulated.
Only at. As soon as I turn towards max the pot, thus more speed, then go out the Kress.
But dircj the Poti on POT-plug, which may not actually happen, right? But if I now turn on the Kress menu, the Kress rotates correctly. But if I go on to the speed turn the potentiometer to the left down, then go out the Kress.

To see the next Video and Foto from my CNC-Controller
https://youtu.be/O6TCR7GQLRM

Steuerung.jpg
My CNC-Controller you can see connecting Poti to POT-6-PIN.Just Controll to Jog - Speed not my Kress
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greetings, Falko
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Re: potentiometers on MK2/4 problems with actualy firmware

Postby Falko » 02 Jul 2016, 09:26

...
2.) Or you can turn Kress ON and OFF with potentiometer max or min value?


Yes, but just Poti with min.

I think this is a Bug. It shold be regulary speeed for JOG - Axid, not skip on
my Kress.

Greetings from germany,
Falko
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Re: potentiometers on MK2/4 problems with actualy firmware

Postby Support » 04 Jul 2016, 13:51

We cannot comprehend how this would even happen, it is quite bizarre...
We will try to test this
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Re: potentiometers on MK2/4 problems with actualy firmware

Postby Falko » 10 Aug 2017, 19:36

Hello

Can i use a rev log Poti?

I think, this is that problem.

I use a 10k log poti it try from left to right for max speed.
If i turn to left, it will be speed slow down.

Sry my little english
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Re: potentiometers on MK2/4 problems with actualy firmware

Postby Support » 11 Aug 2017, 11:47

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