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I want to run a cnc spindle with a servo motor and yesterday I picked up a BNIB mitsubishi 750watt servo drive from ebay..
Can I use a 400watt servo motor if I adjust the "high torque limit" Pot/resistor to a fixed resistor with correct value?
It's not because I don't like the 750watt...
what should be the spec router stepper
I am new to steppers so need a little help designing a stepper driver/controller to my CNC router project. I need to drive/control 4 motors with the following specs:
2 x Astrosyn L189/4 Phase:
Phase Current 1.6A
Phase Res 2.65ohm
Phase Ind 4.75mH...
I am building a 3ch 100w high gain guitar amp and I'm almost there..I think
All three channels has great sound and all the tone stacks works well.
Channel 1 is working perfectly..no hum at all!
Channel 2/3 got a 100hz hum..
The hum increase a bit when i turn the bass past 0.5:o and...
I just bought a LCD panel meter to install in my amp to measure cathode voltage..but how to hook it up?? I know this is properly an odd question but I have no experience in these things.. :|
It has 13 pins:
1 = V+
2 = V-
3 = NC
4 = NC
5 = COM
6 = INLO
7 = INHI
8 = RFL
9 = RFH
10 = ROH