The following is a table for the MaxPlus (MPM) Resolver Option 1 Termination to Compax Connections:
|Compax Feedback Connector||Option 1 Resolver Cable (170-24xxx)***|
|X12 Wire Function||Pin#||Pin Letter||Function||Wire Color***|
|+5 VDC (Motor Temp+)||9||N||THERM||Blue/White|
|TEMP (Motor Temp-)||10||U||THERM||Black/White|
|Connector Housing*||*||D||RES SHLD||Drain|
*The shield connections of the feedback cable should be connected to the Compax Feedback X12 header's metal housing (if possible).
***The wire colors may not apply to your cable. Option 1 resolver cable wire colors can vary, however, the wire function should be consistent among all cables. If your cable wire marker (labels) are no longer present or readable, please contact Parker.
|Compax3 Motor Power Screw Terminals||Option 1 Motor Power Cable|
|X1 Function||Phase||Pin Letter||Function||Wire Color|
|Phase U||U||A||Phase R||Red|
|Phase V||V||B||Phase S||Black|
|Phase W||W||C||Phase T||Blue|
Motor Setup - The MaxPlus Option 1 motors are not included in the ServoManager software for the Compax. However, the Option 1 motors are included in the C3 ServoManager motor files for the Compax3. You can use the values in the C3 - MotorManager from within C3 ServoManager to help you configure your custom motor in the ServoManager software you use with your Compax. Once in the C3 - MotorManager, find your motor in the selection tree and the use the values to create your custom motor. Some additional notes you will need to set on the Compax:
1) The word Nominal (in Compax software) is the same as Rated (in the Compax3 software). Thus, Nominal Current in ServoManager equates to Rated Current C3 ServoManager Motor Manager.
2) When configuring your custom Motor in the ServoManager software Parameter Editor, you will need to set the following values in the Synchronous motor window:
P129 - 330 degrees
P130 - 2,5 kHz
P131 - 2,0.5 (P4)
P132 - 2, Bipolar resolver(P1,P4)
P133 - 65536, lines
P128 - 0 OhmsResolver Polarity - resolver will count positive when the motor shaft rotates clockwise. Therefore, a clockwise rotation of the shaft will increase resolver counts when Actual Position (Status S1) is queried on the drive.