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1 EPOS Studio Configuration
Getting Started EPOS Studio Configuration EPOS P Training

2 What is the EPOS Studio? Replaces the EPOS graphical user interface (GUI) software tool with Management and navigation of application projects Main object in the EPOS Studio is the "Project" "Project" describes the configuration: Which controller, which CANopen devices and communication drivers Contains the functionality of the EPOS GUI Configuration Communication Additional Wizards Opens programming tool "OpenPCS"

3 Network and communication
LocalHost the connected PC Epos P RS232 [COM4] the connection PC - EPOS P Search connection with right mouse button RS232: D-sub connector on PC EPOS P the PLC function of the EPOS P Internal the connection of PLC function to the EPOS itself EPOS [Internal] the EPOS itself CAN: connector on the EPOS P

4 Wizards: EPOS P Startup Wizard Firmware Download Wizard
Entering Motor and Encoder Data Firmware Download Wizard For downloading new firmware to the EPOS P Parameter Export/Import For copying parameters from one EPOS (P) to another one Allows same configuration for multiple EPOS (P)

5 Wizards: EPOS Internal
Direct Access to EPOS Regulation Tuning I/O configuration Parameter Import/Export CANopen Wizard

6 Tools: EPOS P Object Dictionary IEC-61131-3 Programming
Access to all objects of the CANopen device IEC Programming Opens the programming tool from infoteam: OpenPCS 2000 Network Configuration

7 Tools: EPOS [Internal]
EPOS [internal] functionality: working modes

8 Exercise 1 Install EPOS Studio on to your laptop
Open up the starter kit and make all necessary connections and connect EPOS P to your Laptop Open EPOS Studio Create new EPOS P project and configure the controller Tune current, velocity and position regulators.

9 Create New Project Step 1: Select EPOS P project Step 2: Click on Next

10 Create New Project Step 3: Click Finish

11 Configure the controller
Step1: Click on Epos P Step 2: Click on Wizards

12 Configure the controller
Step 3: Double click on Startup Wizard Step 8: Select Maxon EC motor Step 10: enter # of pole pairs Step 5: Click to find com settings Step 6: Click on OK Step 7: Click on Next Step 4: Click on Confrim… Step 18: Review and click on finish Step 12: Enter Motor Data Step 14: Select Position Sensor type Step 16: Enter Encoder Data Step 9: Click on next Step 13: Click on next Step 15: Click on next Step 5: Click on Next Step 17: Click on next Step 11: Click on next Step 19: Click on Yes

13 Tuning the Controller Step 1: Select EPOS (Internal)
Step 2: Double click on Regulation Tuning Step 3: Verify that Current Regulator is selected Step 4: Click to Start Auto Tuning Step 5: Block Shaft and Click on Yes to begin

14 Tuning the Controller To tune the Velocity and Position Regulators repeat the steps taken to tune the Current Regulator without blocking the shaft.

15 Exercise 2: Perform homing with current index mode.
Perform an absolute or relative positioning in position mode Run the motor in velocity mode at different speeds. (optional)

16 Epos (Internal) Tools Step 1: Select Tools
Step 2: Select Epos (Internal)

17 Homing Mode Step 2: Click to Activate Homing Mode
Step 3: Select Appropriate Homing Method Step 4: Enable the Controller Step 5: Click to Start Homing Step 1: Double click on Homing Mode

18 Profile Position Mode Step 2: Click to Activate Position Profile Mode
Step 3: Enter Target Position Step 4: Enable the controller Step 5: Click on Move Absolute or Move Relative Step 1: Double click on Position Profile Mode

19 What's the meaning of the green, red and blue LED?
green: illuminated enable flashing disable red: error blue: illuminated program is running slow flashing program is stopped fast flashing no program available

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