SDC2160N Controller

4 years 8 months ago #29531655 by jptalledo
I have a motor that handles 58V and 10A. I am using the SDC2160N Controller and when trying to send a command to turn it, I am getting 8A but only 5 - 7V from the Motor 1 output.

Any suggestions to allow the full voltage on the motor output?

Which command do you suggest me to run in order to test the voltage output.

I am trying to test if the motor has the enough torque.

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4 years 8 months ago #29531656 by roboteq
Replied by roboteq on topic SDC2160N Controller
It sounds like you are reaching the controller's current limit and that it lowers the PWM in order for the current to stay below the limit.

You can verify this by using the PC utility and monitoring the motor command, motor current and the motor power (which actually is the PWM output level).


Until the current limit is reached, motor power = motor command. At and after the limit, the current stabilizes at around the limit. The motor power is a value that is lower than motor command.

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4 years 8 months ago #29531658 by jptalledo
Replied by jptalledo on topic SDC2160N Controller
I am attaching the command we used. Somehow we got USB to serial converters damaged. Not sure if it is because the over current but I assume the RS-232 interface should be isolated right?

ALso, I attach the pdf from the motor I am using.
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4 years 8 months ago - 4 years 8 months ago #29531659 by jptalledo
Replied by jptalledo on topic SDC2160N Controller
I am using the U12M4HT. It handles 56.5V and 7.93 Amps

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