Presentation on theme: "EPOS Studio Configuration"— Presentation transcript:
1EPOS Studio Configuration Getting StartedEPOS StudioConfigurationEPOS P Training
2What is the EPOS Studio?Replaces the EPOS graphical user interface (GUI)software tool withManagement and navigation of application projectsMain object in the EPOS Studio is the "Project""Project" describes the configuration: Which controller, which CANopen devices and communication driversContains the functionality of the EPOS GUIConfigurationCommunicationAdditional WizardsOpens programming tool "OpenPCS"
3Network and communication LocalHostthe connected PCEpos P RS232 [COM4]the connection PC - EPOS PSearch connection with right mouse buttonRS232:D-sub connector on PCEPOS Pthe PLC function of the EPOS PInternalthe connection of PLC function to the EPOS itselfEPOS [Internal]the EPOS itselfCAN: connector on the EPOS P
4Wizards: EPOS P Startup Wizard Firmware Download Wizard Entering Motor and Encoder DataFirmware Download WizardFor downloading new firmware to the EPOS PParameter Export/ImportFor copying parameters from one EPOS (P) to another oneAllows same configuration for multiple EPOS (P)
5Wizards: EPOS Internal Direct Access to EPOSRegulation TuningI/O configurationParameter Import/ExportCANopen Wizard
6Tools: EPOS P Object Dictionary IEC-61131-3 Programming Access to all objects of the CANopen deviceIEC ProgrammingOpens the programming tool from infoteam: OpenPCS 2000Network Configuration
7Tools: EPOS [Internal] EPOS [internal] functionality: working modes
8Exercise 1 Install EPOS Studio on to your laptop Open up the starter kit and make all necessary connections and connect EPOS P to your LaptopOpen EPOS StudioCreate new EPOS P project and configure the controllerTune current, velocity and position regulators.
9Create New ProjectStep 1: Select EPOS P projectStep 2: Click on Next
11Configure the controller Step1: Click on Epos PStep 2: Click on Wizards
12Configure the controller Step 3: Double click on Startup WizardStep 8: Select Maxon EC motorStep 10: enter # of pole pairsStep 5: Click to find com settingsStep 6: Click on OKStep 7: Click on NextStep 4: Click on Confrim…Step 18: Review and click on finishStep 12: Enter Motor DataStep 14: Select Position Sensor typeStep 16: Enter Encoder DataStep 9: Click on nextStep 13: Click on nextStep 15: Click on nextStep 5: Click on NextStep 17: Click on nextStep 11: Click on nextStep 19: Click on Yes
13Tuning the Controller Step 1: Select EPOS (Internal) Step 2: Double click on Regulation TuningStep 3: Verify that Current Regulator is selectedStep 4: Click to Start Auto TuningStep 5: Block Shaft and Click on Yes to begin
14Tuning the ControllerTo tune the Velocity and Position Regulators repeat the steps taken to tune the Current Regulator without blocking the shaft.
15Exercise 2: Perform homing with current index mode. Perform an absolute or relative positioning in position modeRun the motor in velocity mode at different speeds. (optional)
17Homing Mode Step 2: Click to Activate Homing Mode Step 3: Select Appropriate Homing MethodStep 4: Enable the ControllerStep 5: Click to Start HomingStep 1: Double click on Homing Mode
18Profile Position Mode Step 2: Click to Activate Position Profile Mode Step 3: Enter Target PositionStep 4: Enable the controllerStep 5: Click on Move Absolute or Move RelativeStep 1: Double click on Position Profile Mode
19What's the meaning of the green, red and blue LED? green: illuminated enableflashing disablered: errorblue: illuminated program is runningslow flashing program is stoppedfast flashing no program available