USER`S GUIDE - Sanpa Endüstriyel Otomasyon

USER`S GUIDE - Sanpa Endüstriyel Otomasyon
GUC-ECAT SERIES
USER’S GUIDE
Beta Version
2014.11
www.googoltech.com
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Copyright Statement
Copyright Statement
Googol Technology Ltd.
All rights reserved.
Googol Technology Ltd. (Googol Technology hereafter) reserves the right to modify the products
and product specifications described in this manual without advance notice.
Googol Technology will not take responsibility for any direct, indirect, consequential or liability
caused damage by improperly using of this manual and the product.
Googol Technology owns the patent, copyright or any other intellectual property rights of this
product and the related software. No one shall duplicate, reproduce, process or use this product
and its parts, unless authorized by Googol Technology.
Machinery in motion can be dangerous! It is the user’s responsibility to design effective error
handling and safety protection methods as part of the machinery. Googol Technology shall
not be liable or responsible for any incidental or consequential damages.
Contact Us
Googol Technology (Shenzhen) Ltd.
Googol Technology (HK) Ltd.
Address: 2nd Floor, West Wing, IER Building
(PKU-HKUST Shenzhen Hong Kong
Institution) High-tech Industrial Park,
Nanshan, Shenzhen, PRC
Postal Code: 518057
Address: Unit 1008-09, 10/F C-Bons
International Center, 108 Wai Yip Street,
Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel.: +(86) 755-26970817, 755-26970824,
755-26737236
Fax: +(86) 755- 26970821
E-mail: support@googoltech.com
URL http://www.googoltech.com.cn
Tel.:
+(852) 2358-1033
Fax:
+(852 )2719-8399
E-mail: info@googoltech.com
URL: http://www.googoltech.com
1
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Document Version
Document Version
Version
Date
1.0
2014-11-30
2
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Foreword
Foreword
Thank you for selecting Googol Technology motion controller
To repay user, we will help you establish your own control system, by providing our first-class
motion controller, perfect after-sale services, and high-efficiency technical support.
More information about products of Googol Technology
Googol Technology’s web site is http://www.googoltech.com. You can get more information about
the company and products on our website, including company profile, product introduction,
technical support, product recently released.
You can also get more information about the company and products through the phone: +(86)
755-26970817.
Technical support and after-sale services
To get our technical support and after-sale services:
E-mail: support@googoltech.com
Tel.: +(86) 755 2697-0843
Addr: Googol Technology (SZ) Ltd
2nd Floor, West Wing, IER Building (PKU-HKUST Shenzhen Hong Kong Institution) High-tech
Industrial Park, Nanshan, Shenzhen, PRC.
Postal Code: 518057
Usage of this User’s Guide
This guide will help the user understand the basic architecture of GUC-ECAT series of motion
controllers, and learn how to install the motion controller, wire the controller with the motor control
system and conduct the basic debugging of the motion control system.
Users of this User’s Cuide
This guide is suitable for the one who have engineering background, basic hardware knowledge,
and good understanding of motion control.
Main Contents of this Programming Manual
This guide consists of six chapters. Introduce constitute, installment, link, technical parameters,
tuning, troubleshooting etc. of GUC-ECAT series Motion Controller in detail.
3
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Foreword
Related documents
Programming with GUC-ECAT series motion controller, please refer "Advanced Programming
Manual of GUC-ECAT Series Motion Controller” and " Programming Manual of GUC-ECAT Series
Motion Control Box” provided together with our product.
4
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Contents
Contents
Copyright Statement
1
Contact Us
1
Document Version
2
Foreword
3
Contents
5
Chapter 1
Overview
7
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Model description
1.2.1 GUC-ECAT Series Motion Controllers
1.2.2 Appearance of GUC-ECAT series motion controller
1.3 Function description
Chapter 2
Quick Start
7
8
8
9
9
11
2.1 Open the Package and Check
11
2.2 Installation Site
11
2.3 Preparation
11
2.4 Installation Procedures
12
2.4.1 Step 1: Connect GUC motion controller with standard input/output device and +24V DC power.
Turn on the power
12
2.4.2 Step 2: Install operating system on the motion controller
13
2.4.3 Step3: Install Windows drivers of the motion controller (only for Windows environment)
19
2.4.4 Step4: Establish communication between the host and the motion controller (only for Windows
environment)
23
2.4.5 Step 5: Connect the motor with driver
23
2.4.6 Step 6: Connect the controller with the servo drivers
24
Chapter 3
Hardware connection
25
3.1 Controller type description
3.2 Definition of special interface
25
26
Chapter 4
35
Test and Tune
5
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Contents
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Quick use
4.2.1 Ensure the communication between controller and slave
4.2.2 Homing and limit
4.2.3 Local IO
4.2.4 Analog input and output
4.2.5 Auxiliary encode
4.2.6 Motion mode
4.2.7 Extended module
35
36
36
37
38
38
38
39
39
Chapter 5
40
Examples of Common Peripherals Connection
5.1 Inverter
5.2 Rotary encoder
40
41
Chapter 6
43
Appendix
6.1 Technical Specification
6.1.1 Overview
6.1.2 Control interface parameters
6.2 Troubleshooting
6.3 Make a USB boot disk
6.4 VC remote debug
6.4.1 VC++6.0 remote debug
6.4.2 Visual Studio remote debug
6.5 Dimension
43
43
44
48
51
56
56
58
63
6
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 1 Overview
Chapter 1 Overview
1.1 Introduction
GUC-ECAT series motion controller is a combination of PC technology and motion control technology,
which is developed based on CPU and chipset in Intel X86 architecture as the system processor, and
use high performance DSP and FPGA as the motion control coprocessor. A GUC-ECAT series motion
controller has full functions of a PC and Googol motion controllers, it not only widely applied in high
speed point-to-point motion area and high-performance multi-axis synchronization motion areas, but
also widely applied in common PC ,which makes it an ideal embedded development platform and can be
applied to robotics, CNC machinery, carpentry machinery, printing machinery, assembly lines, laser
processing and PCB milling machinery.
GUC-ECAT series motion controllers provided general ports ( such as PS2, USB, VGA and LAN) and
dedicated ports for motion control(The definitions of ports are given in Chapter 3). The C function library
and Windows DLL are also provided to accomplish more complicated control functions. User may
combine these control functions with the data processing, display interface, user interface and other
application modules as required by some specific control system, to implement a control system of
specific application requirements. To operate the motion controller, user is required to have the
programming experience with C language or DLL in Windows environment.
No operating system is provided along with GUC –ECAT series motion controllers, please
use authorized operating system.
7
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 1 Overview
1.2 Model description
1.2.1 GUC-ECAT Series Motion Controllers
GUC - ECATXX - M23 - L2 - F4G
Structure
L2:Double terminal
board structure
Series symbol
GUC:GUC Series
Number of axis
ECAT8 :8 axes
ECAT64:64 axes
CPU Type
M23:CPU 1.66GHz,
Memory : 2GB
Electronic disk
capacity
F4G:4G DOM
Note:M23(1000M network)
Fig 1-1
Model description of GUC-T series Motion Controllers
Common product model is illustrated in Fig 1-1, please refer to 3.1 for detailed description.
Tab 1-1 Standard model of GUC-ECAT
Description
Model
GUC-ECAT8-M23-L2-F4G
8 axes
GUC-ECAT64-M23-L2-F4G
64 axes
8
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 1 Overview
1.2.2 Appearance of GUC-ECAT series motion controller
Fig 1-2
GUC-ECAT motion controller
1.3 Function description
Tab 1-2 Function list of GUC-ECAT 8/64 axes motion controller
√ Included
- Excluded
* Optional
Features
ECAT8
ECAT64
Sampling cycle
125 us (invariable)
√
√
Control cycle
250 us(invariable)
√
√
Analog output
Scale: -10V to +10V
√
√
Pulse output
Differential output
-
-
Encoder
4 channels(4 axes motion controllers) or 8 channels(8
axes motion controllers) of quadrupled frequency
incremental encoder.
Max. Counting frequency: 8 MHz (After quadrupled
frequency)
-
-
9
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 1 Overview
Features
ECAT8
ECAT64
√
√
Auxiliary encoder
2 channels(4 axes motion controllers)or 1 channel(8
axes motion controllers) of quadrupled incremental
encoder;
Max. Counting frequency: 8 MHz (After quadrupled).
Limit switch
Positive and negative limit switch of each axis with
optical coupling isolation
√
√
Home switch
1 channel of home switch of each axis with optical
coupling isolation
√
√
Driver alarm signal
1 channel of driver alarm signal of each axis with
optical coupling isolation
√
√
Driver enable signal
1 channel of driver enable signal of each axis with
optical coupling isolation
√
√
Driver reset signal
1 channel of driver reset signal of each axis with optical
coupling isolation
√
√
Arrival digital signal input
1 channel of arrival digital signal of each axis with
optical coupling isolation
√
√
General digital input
16 channels with optical coupling isolation
√
√
General digital output
16 channels with optical coupling isolation
√
√
Position compare output
2 channels(4 axes motion controllers)or 1 channel (8
axes motion controllers)differential position compare
output signal(Note 1)
-
-
Point to Point motion
S-curve, T-curve, jog motion and electronic gear
motion mode
√
√
Synchronic motion
Electric cam motion mode
*
*
PT motion
Position and time motion mode
*
*
PVT motion
Position, velocity and time motion mode
*
*
Interpolate motion
Linear interpolate motion
√
√
Analog input
Range: -10~+10V
*
*
Motion program
Directly run in motion controller
√
√
Filter
PID + Velocity
feed-forward
√
√
Extended module
Support digital module and analog module
√
√
Index signal of encoder
√
√
Home switch signal
√
√
Probe signal(Note2)
-
-
Specify following error limit.
√
√
Specify Output voltage saturation limit
√
√
Hardware capture
Safety
feed-forward
+
Acceleration
Note 1: Position compare output please refer to 10.11 of "Programming Manual of GUC-ECAT Series
Motion Controller”.
Note 2: Probe capture please refer to 7.6 of "Programming Manual of GTS Series Motion Controller”
10
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
Chapter 2 Quick Start
2.1 Open the Package and Check
Please check and make sure the product on your hand is identical with the model you purchased before
opening the packages, which can be found on the package. When the package is open, please take on
the antistatic gloves provided by Googol Technology to check the accessories and make sure they are
complete and same with the “packing list” or order contract. Check and make sure no mechanical
damage on the motion controller. If there is mechanical damage on the controller, or any item missed in
the package, please do not use the product and contact with Googol Technology or our distributor
immediately.
List of GUC-ECAT series 8/64 axes motion controller.
(1) One GUC- ECAT series motion controller;
(2) One product CD;
(3) One antistatic gloves;
(4) One Guarantee card;
(5) One Certification.
The list is for reference only, the actual term please refer to “packing list” or order contract.
2.2 Installation Site
Motion controller should be far away from equipment and environment with high-power and strong
electromagnetic interference.
2.3 Preparation
Before installment, user has to prepare the following items:
(1) +24V DC power (can’t be replaced by +12V direct supply);
(2) Servo motor;
(3) Driver and Power of GTHD-XXXXAEC2 series; (Currently supports driver of GTHD-XXXXAEC2
series only)
(4) The quantity of network cable between GUC-ECAT controller and driver is the driver quantity +1,
user supplied;(Please use the cable which rating consistent with TLA/EIA-568 standard STP
11
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
CAT-5E(UTP shielded wire or higher.)
(5) Home switch, positive/negative limit switches (optional as needed);
(6) Multimeter.
2.4 Installation Procedures
Step 1: Connect GUC motion controller with standard input/output device and +24V DC power. Turn on
the power;
Step 2: Install operating system on the motion controller;
Step3: Install Windows drivers of the motion controller (only for Windows environment);
Step4: Establish communication between the host and the motion controller (only for Windows
environment)
Step 5: Connect the motor with driver;
Step 6: Connect the controller with the servo drivers.
2.4.1 Step 1: Connect GUC motion controller with standard
input/output device and +24V DC power. Turn on the power
GUC-ECAT series motion controllers provide standard I/O ports (VGA, PS2 and USB) that used to set
up a PC system. Users could use these ports to connect general I/O devices such as monitor, keyboard,
mouse, etc. A DC power (24V, 3A output at least) is necessary for the PC system, thus the POWER port
is used to connect the DC power supply. Two LED lights are on after power on indicating that the GUC
motion controller is in operation.
A PE (protect earth) port that connects with the shell of motion controller is also provided on the power
port, with which users could connect external ground (shell, earth, etc.) and (or) internal ground (digital
ground, +24V reference ground). Wiring of power is shown in Fig 2-1.
12
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
GUC ECAT
Internal
circuit
+5V
OGND
DGND
OVCC
DC/DC
+24V
+
0V
DC 24V
-
0V
User power
supply
SG
PE
Shell earth
Earth
Fig 2-1 Wiring of GUC-ECAT power supply
To prevent electric shock and ensure normal operation of electric devices, please be sure
to connect PE and earth.
2.4.2 Step 2: Install operating system on the motion controller
After turning on the power of GUC motion controller according step1, please check if the operating
system is installed. If no, user has to install the operating system as described as follows, otherwise
please go to step 4 directly.
Attention. Please make sure backup the important data and files in the GUC motion
controller before installing the operating system.
(1)
Installation of Windows98/2000/XP
1)
Prepare a USB CD-ROM and an installation CD of authorized Windows operating system.
2)
Connect the USB CD-ROM with the GUC motion controller. Turn on the power.
3)
Press DEL when starting the GUC motion controller to enter BIOS setting (Fig 2-2). Select
Advanced BIOS Features and then press ENTER
13
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
Fig 2-2
4)
BIOS setting 1
In Fig 2-3, set First Boot Device to USB-CDROM
Fig 2-3
BIOS setting 2
5)
Save BIOS setting. Restart the GUC motion controller and install operating system with the CD.
6)
After the installation of operating system, please install drivers for Intel 852 chip and video card
with the product CD. (Some operating system has already install the driver for video cared, to
make sure display can startup normal after Illegal shutdown, it is suggested to install the driver
as above).
7)
Restart the GUC motion controller after the installation of driver is finished. By far the
installation of operating system is finished.
Users should use authorized software of operating system. Googol Technology is not liable
for the legal issues that results from using pirate software.
(2)
Recovery of customized Windows C
Only if users require customized WINCE, the product CD provides GHOST.exe and
WINCE.gho. No such files are provided in standard products. If users need customized
WINCE, please contact with Googol Tech.
1)
Prepare a USB disk can be used as startup disk (on how to make a startup disk, please refer to
6.3), and copy GHOST.exe and WINCE.gho in the CD provided by Googol Tech. to it.
2)
Connect the USB disk with the GUC motion controller, and turn on the power.
14
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
3) Press DEL when starting GUC motion controller to enter BIOS setting. Set First Boot Device
to USB-HDD (please refer to BIOS setting).
4)
Save BIOS setting and restart GUC motion controller.
5)
When GUC motion controller enter DOS interface, as shown in Fig 2-4, enter “ghost”, press
“enter” to enter GHOST installation interface (Fig 2-5).
Fig 2-4 Enter “ghost” in dos interface
Fig 2-5
6)
Installation interface of GHOST
Click “ok” and enter Fig 2-6.
15
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
Fig 2-6
7)
Installation interface of GHOST
Select “Local”->”Disk”->”Form Image”, press enter, select “*.gho”(as shown in Fig 2-7).
Fig 2-7
8)
Select “*.gho” file
After loading “*.GHO” file, it will appear dialog box as shown in Fig 2-8, select DOM a disk
(GUC-T provide a 1G or 4G DOM disk, user should distinguish it by the size).
16
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
Fig 2-8
9)
Select local destination driver
Click “OK”, the destination drive details dialog box appears as shown in Fig 2-9.
Fig 2-9
Destination drive details
10) Click “OK”, the question dialog box appears (as shown in Fig 2-10).
17
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
Fig 2-10
Confirm install dialog box
11) Click “Yes” and enter the Installation process interface.
Fig 2-11
System installation process interface
12) After installation, it will appear dialog box as shown in Fig 2-12.
18
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
Fig 2-12
Completed installation dialog box
13) Extract USB disk, click “Reset Computer” to restart the computer and enter the WINCE
interface.
2.4.3 Step3: Install Windows drivers of the motion controller (only
for Windows environment)
For DOS or WINCE operating system, please go to step4 directly
Install Windows drivers of the motion controller (only for Windows environment)
1)
After installing hardware and starting computer, Windows will automatically detect the motion
controller, select “Install from a list or specific location(Advanced)”, click “Next”.As shown below.
19
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
Fig 2-13
2)
Found new hardware wizard dialog box
A Select “Don’t search. I will choose the driver to install”. Click “Next”. The panel as shown in
Fig 2-14.
Fig 2-14 Automatically or manually find drivers dialog box
3)
After the previous step, the dialog box is to select the hardware model as shown in Fig 2-15.
20
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
Fig 2-15
4)
Hardware model selection
As shown in Fig 2-16, click “Have disk”, then click “Browse…” and choose GT800.INF in the
path of “\Windows\Driver”.
Fig 2-16
Find drivers path dialog box
21
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
Fig 2-17
5)
Select the driver dialog box
Select “GT800.INF”, click “Open”, as shown in Fig 2-17, it will turn to new dialog box as shown
in Fig 2-16. Click “OK”, the wizard will automatically install the driver.Click “Finish” to complete
the driver installation, as shown in Fig 2-18.
22
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
Fig 2-18
Driver installation completes dialog box
2.4.4 Step4: Establish communication between the host and the
motion controller (only for Windows environment)
For DOS operating system, please go to step5 directly.
For user who use GUC-ECATXX-M23-L2-F4G series motion controller, please use the included software
to test the communication of host and motion controller.
Normal run of the testing software proves that the communication between the host and the motion
controller is established successfully; otherwise it will pop up the message box “Connect to controller
failed”, please refer to “Troubleshooting”, confirm what the trouble is, try again after trouble handled. If
needed, please contact us.
2.4.5 Step 5: Connect the motor with driver
For safety, we strongly suggest that user do not connect the motor with any mechanical
device before installing and debugging the whole control system. Please check that there is
no load with the motor. After setting proper parameters of driver and card and motor is
under control, mechanical device could be connected, otherwise, it may cause serious
consequential damages.
Before connecting with the motor, please make sure the driver is not connected with the motion
controller.Users must read the detailed instructions of driver and ensure proper connection. Test driver
23
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 2 Quick Start
and motor according to the manual to ensure that they work properly.
2.4.6 Step 6: Connect the controller with the servo drivers
Turn off the power.Connect the GUC-ECAT controller with the servo drivers using the
prepared network cable.
GUC-ECATXX-M23-L2-F4G
EHMI
VGA KB&MS USB
ENC0 ENC1
RS232
DIO
LAN2 LAN1 EtherCAT EXTI/O
AIO
POWER
EtherCAT Drivers(Note)
Fig 2-19 Connection between GUC-ECATXX-M23-L2-F4G and EtherCATdrivers
Note:Currently supports driver of GTHD-XXXXAEC2 series only. Other driver device support EtherCAT standard will be
increased later.
24
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 3 Hardware connection
Chapter 3 Hardware connection
3.1 Controller type description
GUC-ECATXX-M23-L2-F4G series motion controllers are universal EhterCAT network-based motion
controllers for 8 axes and 64 axes. Two types controllers are shown in Tab 3-1, and the controller ports
are shown inTab 3-2, Tab 3-3.
Tab 3-1 GUC-ECATXX-M23-L2-F4G controller type description
Controller types
Type description
GUC-ECAT8-M23-L2-F4G








GUC-ECAT function;
EtherCAT 8 axes(250us communication cycle)function;
Kilomega network display;
Double Ethernet;
8 channels digital input/output;
8 channels 12bit analog input;
2 channels 12bit analog output;
2 channels auxiliary encoder.
GUC-ECAT64-M23-L2-F4G








GUC-ECATfunction;
EtherCAT 64axes(4mscommunication cycle)function;
Kilomega network display;
Double Ethernet;
8 channels digital input/output;
8 channels 12bit analog input
2 channels 12bit analog output;
2 channels auxiliary encoder.
Controller types description:
HD:
(1)Kilomega network display, can connected to Googol Special display;
(2)Double Ethernet,100M/1000M, adaptable.
ECAT: comply with EtherCAT agreement. Please use the cable which rating consistent with
TLA/EIA-568 standard STP CAT-5E(UTP shielded wire) or higher to connect to the fieldbus network..The
interface type is standard RJ45.
 GUC-ECAT8-M23-L2-F4G
Tab 3-2 GUC-ECAT8-M23-L2-F4G motion controller ports
Port
Function
eHMI
Kilomega network display port
VGA
VGA
KB/MS
Keyboard/Mouse
25
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 3 Hardware connection
USB
Double-layer USB
LAN1、LAN2
Dual Ethernet(1000M)
RS232
General purpose COM.
EXT I/O
High speed IO extension port.
ENC0、ENC1
Two auxiliary encoder interface
DI\DO
8 channels general input/output (flexible configuration).
AI\AO
8 channels 12bit analog input and 2 channels 12bit analog output
EtherCAT
Standard EtherCAT interface, control 8 axes in 250us communication cycle.
POWER
Power
 GUC-ECAT64-M23-L2-F4G
Tab 3-3 GUC-ECAT8-M23-L2-F4G motion controller ports
Port
Function
eHMI
Kilomega network display port.
VGA
VGA
KB/MS
Keyboard/Mouse
USB
Double-layer USB
LAN1、LAN2
Dual Ethernet(1000M)
RS232
General purpose COM
EXT I/O
High speed IO extension port.
ENC0、ENC1
Two auxiliary encoder interface
DI\DO
8 channels general input/output (flexible configuration)
AI\AO
8 channels 12bit analog input and 2 channels 12bit analog output
EtherCAT
Standard EtherCAT interface, control 64 axes in 4ms communication cycle.
POWER
Power
3.2 Definition of special interface
GUC-ECAT controller provides all types of general interface and Special interface, general interface:
VGA, KB&MS, USB, LAN, RS232, this user manual will not introduce these interface. The special
interface is shown in Fig 3-1 and the definition is shown in Tab 3-4.
26
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 3 Hardware connection
5
4
3
2
6
1
7
Fig 3-1 Interface of GUC-ECATcontroller
Tab 3-4 Definition of special interface
Label
Port
Description
1
POWER
2
AI/AO
Analog input/output.
3
DI\DO
General digital input /output.
4
ENC
Auxiliary encoder port.
5
eHMI
Kilomega network display port.
6
EtherCAT
7
EXTI/O
Power.
Standard EtherCAT port.
High speed IO extension port.
27
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 3 Hardware connection
(1) POWER
1
5
Fig 3-2 Pin description of power port
Tab 3-5 Description of power port
Pin
Port
Description
1
24V
+24V power
2
0V
+24V reference ground
3
0V
+24V reference ground
4
SG
Digital ground
5
PE
Protection earth (connect with earth)
(2) AI\AO(Analog input/output)
1
9
13
7
8
16
Fig 3-3 Pin description of analog input/output
As shown in Fig 3-3, there are 8 analog input channels(AI0~AI7) and 2 analog output
channels(AO0~AO1).The interface design is easy to use the recommended UTP connection, which can
reduce the interference. For the definitions of analog input/output port, please refer to Tab 3-6.
Tab 3-6 Definitions of analog input/output port
Pin
Signal
Description
1
AI0
Analog input 0
2
AI1
Analog input 1
3
AI2
Analog input 2
4
AI3
Analog input 3
5
AI4
Analog input 4
6
AI5
Analog input 5
13
AI6
Analog input 6
14
AI7
Analog input 7
9~12
AIGND
Analog input reference ground Note
7
AO0
Analog output 0
28
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 3 Hardware connection
Pin
Signal
Description
8
AO1
Analog output 1
15、16
AOGND
Analog output reference ground Note
Note:AIGND、AOGND are isolated from ench other and are isolated from other ground too.
1)
2)
8 channels analog input can be used as single-ended(reference AIGND) input either as differential
input(reference AIGND the same).When be use as differential input:
 AI0 and AI1 as one pair of differential input;
 AI2 and AI3 as one pair of differential input;
 AI4 and AI6 as one pair of differential input;
 AI5 and AI7 as one pair of differential input.
The analog output value of AO0,AO1 is ranging in(-10V~10V), reference to AOGND.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Analog input value ranging in(-10V~10V), please keep the value in the range, otherwise
may destory the chip of the board.
The load impedance of analog output must be greater than 1000 ohm, otherwise may
lead to abnormal working.
The differenctial input must reference to AIGND.
User must confirm the correct corresponding channel.
The SG(GND), 0V, IOGND, PE, AIGND, AOGND of above interface is isolated from each
other completely.Users can connect externally according to the actual nedds.
(3) DI\DO(General digital input/output)
1
9
10
11
8
16
Fig 3-4 Pin description of general digital input/output
As shown in Fig 3-4, there are 8 channels general digital input/output interfaces in GUC front panel.The
definition is shown in Tab 3-7 and the Internal circle in Fig 3-5.
Tab 3-7 Definitions of general digital input/output port
Pin
Signal
Description
1
DIO0
General digital input/output
2
DIO1
General digital input/output
3
DIO2
General digital input/output
4
DIO3
General digital input/output
29
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 3 Hardware connection
Pin
Signal
Description
5
DIO4
General digital input/output
6
DIO5
General digital input/output
7
DIO6
General digital input/output
8
DIO7
General digital input/output
9、 16
IO24V
24V IO po wer
COM
High/low ac ti ve op tio n
IOGND
24V IO reference g ro und.
10
11~15
Note1
Note2
Note 1: IO24V which is 24V power supply of IO module and is completely isolated with 24V power
interface needs external power supply, such as 24V power interface, but it is recommended to use the
power module different from 24V power interface in order to reduce interference.
Note 2: connect COM and 24V in short circuit at the terminal through short and thick wire to set the
universal digital IO input as low level (drain input); connect COM and 0V in short circuit at the terminal
through short and thick wire to set the universal digital IO input as high level (source input)
Inside GUC
Outside GUC
IO24V 24V IOpower
EXO_H
EXO_L
0V IO power
IOGND
COM High/low active option
VCC
DI/O0~7
General digital
input/output
EXI
GND
Fig 3-5 Internal circle of digital input/output
As the universal output, DI-DO terminal is set as source output or drain output through software. In case
of source output (the high level output state, namely 24V and high resistance, is effective), EXO_L
30
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 3 Hardware connection
closes the down tube and EXO_H controls the effectiveness of the output. In case of drain output (the
low level output state, namely 0V and high resistance, is effective), EXO_H closes the upper tube and
EXO_L controls the effectiveness of the output.
As the universal digital input, EXO_L and EXO_H close the upper and down tubes at the same time, and
the output is high resistance state (or else the result of the universal digital input is the value of the
universal digital output) and meanwhile COM terminal is used to select the setting as drain input or
source input. At this moment, DI-DO terminal is the input terminal, but as the universal digital input, the
external COM terminal must be connected to 24V terminal according to the drain input or connected to
0V terminal according to the source input. If COM terminal is connected to 24V terminal (drain input), the
optocoupler is switched on and EXI is effective when the external input is 0V; if COM terminal is
connected to 0V (source input), the optocoupler is switched on and EXI is effective when the external
input is 24V.
LED indicator light is theoretically similar to optocoupler LED of universal digital input, and COM terminal
is connected to 24V terminal according to the drain input or connected to 0V terminal according to the
source input, thus not only functioning as the indicator light of the universal digital output, but also
functioning as the indicator light of the universal digital input.
1.
If general digital output is connected with an inductive load, the effect on digital
output should be considered. Make sure the inductive load won’t release energy
through digital output;
2.
If capacitive load is larger than 1uF, to avoid false self-protection of output
component, it is suggested to add a current-limiting resistance;
3.
Although the eight universal digital inputs/outputs could be freely configured, it is
still necessary to ensure that the drain input or source input set and selected
through COM terminal must be consistent with the drain output or source output
set by software, the drain type and the source type shall not be mixed for use (only
the following combinations are available: drain input + drain output, or source input
+ source output) in order to ensure the normal operation..
4.
Because there is no filter circuit more than KHz in digital input interface, it is
suggested to apply software filter; if user still unsure about this, please contact
with Googol Technology;
5.
IO24V which is 24V power supply of IO module and is completely isolated with
24V power interface needs external power supply, such as 24V power interface,
but it is recommended to use the power module different from 24V power interface
in order to reduce interference.
31
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 3 Hardware connection
(4) ENC(Auxiliary encoder input signals interface)
Fig 3-6 Pins description of ENC0/SYNC0、ENC1/SYNC1
ENC0/SYNC0 and ENC1/SYNC1 are auxiliary encoder input ports.The auxiliary encoder input ports
could receive Phase A, Phase B and C (INDEX) signals. For the 9pin definition of ENC0/SYNC0 and
ENC1/SYNC1, please refer to Tab 3-8 and for the internal circuit please refer to Fig 3-7.
Tab 3-8 Pin definition of ENC0/SYNC0 and ENC1/SYNC1
Pin
Signal
Description
Pin
Signal
Description
1
A+
Phase
A+
signal
auxiliary encoder
of
6
A-
Phase A- signal of au xiliary
encoder
2
B+
Phase
B+
signal
auxiliary encode
of
7
B-
Phase B- signal of au xiliary
encoder
3
C+
Index+ signal of au xiliary
encoder
8
C-
Index- signal of auxiliary
encoder
4
Reserve
reserved
9
GND
Digital ground N o t e
5
+5V
Power
Note:D i g i ta l g r o u n d a n d SG are the same one
Inside controller
Outside controller
Schema
A+
AB+
BC+
CGND
1
A phase input
6
Twisted-pair
2
B phase input
7
GND
3
C phase input
8
9
The two GND should
be connected.
Fig 3-7 Internal circuit of auxiliary encoder ports (ENC0/SYNC0,ENC1/SYNC1)
32
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 3 Hardware connection
ENC0/SYNC0, ENC1/SYNC1 are differential interface, it is suggested wiring with
differential mode, and the two GND should be connected. If user wants to use
single-ended wiring, please contact with Googol Technology.
(5) eHMI(Kilomega network display port)
8
1
Fig 3-8 eHMI interface figure
Fig 3-8 shows eHIM interface on mainboard, Tab 3-9 give definitions of its pins.
Tab 3-9 Pin definition of eHMI port
Pin
Signal
Description
Pin
Signal
Description
1
TX0+
Transmit signal 0+
5
TX2-
Transmit signal 2-
2
TX0-
Transmit signal 0-
6
TX1-
Transmit signal 1-
3
TX1+
Transmit signal 1+
7
TX3+
Transmit signal 3+
4
TX2+
Transmit signal 2+
8
TX3-
Transmit signal 3-
(6) EtherCAT(Standard EtherCAT port)
8
1
Fig 3-9 EtherCAT interface figure
Fig 3-9 shows eHIM interface on mainboard. For the interface definition, please referece EtherCAT
standard.
33
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 3 Hardware connection
(7) EXTI/O(High speed IO extension port)
Fig 3-10 EXT I/O interface figure
Fig 3-10 shows expanded IO interface on mainboard, Tab 3-10 gives definitions of its pins.
Tab 3-10 Pin definition of EXT I/O port
Pin
Signal
Description
Pin
Signal
Description
1
GND
Digital ground Note
6
NC
NC
2
HSIO_TX+
Extended IO transmit+
7
HSIO_TX-
Extended IO transmit-
3
HSIO_RX+
Extended IO receive+
8
HSIO_RX-
Extended IO receive-
4
NC
NC
9
NC
NC
5
NC
NC
Note:D i g i ta l g r o u n d a n d SG are the same one.
34
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 4 Test and Tune
Chapter 4 Test and Tune
4.1 Introduction
ECatDemo which is the function demonstration software of Googoltech motion controller GUC-ECAT
compiled on the basis of CPAC could be used to check and monitor the state of the controller and test
different function modules of the controller.
Double click “GRT” in CPAC file to automatically run the software, with the software interface shown in
Fig 4-1 and Fig 4-2, click “Next” to switch to interface 2 and click “Back” to switch to interface 1.
ECatDemo checks the return value of each run control instruction and display error in “Instruc Return”.
Attention: for writing new program to CPAC, please firstly back up original CPAC file folder, wherein
decimal system is adopted for all inputs and outputs in ECatDemo.
Fig 4-1 ECatDemo panel1
35
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 4 Test and Tune
Fig 4-2 ECatDemo panel 2
4.2 Quick use
4.2.1 Ensure the communication between controller and slave
In order to establish the communication with the substation, the controller must ensure that the quantity
of hung substations must be more than or equal to the quantity of substations configured for the
controller. The method of configuring substations for the controller is as follows: modify file
“Gecat”->“[SlaveIndex]”->“Value”; please refer to Fig 4-3 for details.
Fig 4-3 Method of Configuring Substations for Controller
36
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 4 Test and Tune
After modifying the above configuration, run “GRT”: if the controller successfully establishes the
communication with the substation, “CommSts” in Fig 4-1 will display “OK”; if the controller fails to
establish communication with the substation, “CommSts” in Fig 4-1 will display “FAIL”. In case of
communication failure after configuration modification, please restart GUC-ECAT controller and
substation. Once the controller establishes communication with the driver, various functions of the
controller could be used.
4.2.2 Homing and limit
GUC-ECAT controller takes Input7 of servo drivers as the positive limit switch and Input 9 as the
negative limit switch and the use method of the limit switch is in accordance with traditional GTS. Input7
and Input9 could be configured or not configured as the positive and negative limit switches of the driver.
GUC-ECAT adopts the zero return mode built in the driver. For the specific definition of the zero return
mode, please refer to User’s Guide of GTHD EtherCAT Servo Driver. ECatDemo adopts method 3 to
conduct zero return and needs to configure one IO as origin switch, which shall not be conflicted with the
limit, and the specific operation is as follows:
1)
Click “AxisOff” in Fig 4-4, click “Home” and then switch to zero return mode to start zero return;
2) “HomeSts” will be changed from “-1” to “0” to trigger the origin switch. When “HomeSts” is changed
as “3”, zero return is ended; then the position control mode is automatically switched and accordingly the
position control could be conducted.
In case of mode switch, the driver must be under servo state, and GUC-ECAT temporarily only supports
zero return mode and position control mode.

When “HomeSts” is “0”, it indicates that the zero return is being conducted;

When “HomeSts” is “0”, it indicates that zero return is interrupted or not started;

When “HomeSts” is “2”, it indicates that zero return signal has been triggered, but the target position
is not available;

When “HomeSts” is “3”, it indicates that zero return is successful.
For the meanings of other values, please refer to driver user manual.
During zero return process, the user could click “Stop” to suspend zero return and click “Home” to
continue zero return, but the trigger limit signal could not stop zero return, except that Input7 and Input9
are configured as the positive and negative limit signals of the driver. In ECatDemo, once zero return is
started, the position control mode could not be switched except zero return completion (“HomeSts”=3).
37
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 4 Test and Tune
Fig 4-4 Homing panel
4.2.3 Local IO
GUC-ECAT provides 8- channels IO, which could be configured as input, output, or one part as input and
the other part as output, as shown in Fig 4-1:
1) “IO”->“direc” set DI or DO by bit, wherein 1 stands for taking this bit as DI and 0 stands for
taking this bit as DO.
2) “IO”->“effecLev”: set effective level for IO, wherein 0 stands for effective low level and 1
stands for effective high level. Meanwhile, the hardware wiring shall match with such
configuration. For the details, please refer to Chapter 3.
3)
“IO”->“Input” : read input IO; “IO”->“Output”: set output IO.
4.2.4 Analog input and output
For the details of analog input and output function provided by GUC-ECAT, please refer to Chapter 3. In
Fig 4-1, “AI/AO”->“AInPort”: set analog input port; “AI/AO”-> “AOutPort”: set analog output port;
“AI/AO”->“AIn”: read analog input; “AIn” ->“AOut”: set analog output.
4.2.5 Auxiliary encode
GUC-ECAT provides 2-channels auxiliary encoder, and after “AxisNum” in Fig 4-1 is set as 9 or 10, the
38
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 4 Test and Tune
input value of the auxiliary encoder could be read in “EncPos”.
4.2.6 Motion mode
GUC-ECAT supports Point to Point motion mode, Jog motion mode, PT motion mode, Gear motion
mode, Follow motion mode, interpolation motion mode and PVT motion mode. EcatDemo provides the
demonstration function for the above motion modes, but it is necessary to ensure the right state of
“AxisSts” in Fig 4-1 before motion. “Trap”, “Jog” and “Gear” have complete parameter settings, and
please refer to Programming Manual for the specific settings. In “Follow” motion mode, master shaft
(“Master”), slave shaft (“Slave”), main shaft segment (“MSeg”) and slave shaft segment (“SSeg”), loop
times (“Loop”) could be set, and other parameters are constant values. In “PT” and “PVT” motion modes,
“Ln” is unavailable for parameter setting and is a preset value, and “Ln” is set as axis 4 shaft linear
interpolation. In “Trap”, “Jog”, “PT” and “PVT” motion modes, the present value of “AxisNum” is taken as
the motion shaft.
4.2.7 Extended module
Connect one DI16xDO16 digital quantity module to GUC-ECAT and set the address as 0.
In Fig 4-2, “EIO0”->“Output”: set the output under through EcatDemo; “EIO0”->“Input”: read
the input through EcatDemo
39
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 5 Examples of common peripherals connection
Chapter 5 Examples of Common Peripherals
Connection
5.1 Inverter
Peripheral: Siemens MICROMASTER 410 inverter.
(1) Wiring of analog control:
Transducer
Analog output interface
AO0-AO1
DAC
A
8
7
D
0~+/-10V
AOGND
21
8
GND
Fig 5-1 Wiring of analog controlling inverter
(2) Wiring of digital control:
Digitoutput interface
Transducer
DIO0-DIO7
IO24V
4
+24V
DIO0
1
DIN1
DIO1
2
DIN2
DIO2
3
DIN3
DIO3
7
DIN4
IO0V
5
0V
Fig 5-2 Wiring of analog controlling inverter
40
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 5 Examples of common peripherals connection
Note: GUC-EtherCATcan achieve sink output and sourcing output, please refer to 3.2 for detail.
It is strongly suggested, pay attention to energy release when general output IO controls an
inductive load, please refer to Fig 5-3.
General digital output
(DIO0-DIO7)
24V
KA(NO)
KA(NC)
KA
DIO1
Please take attention to energy
release during general output drive
a relay. It is suggested to add a
Fly-wheel diode and a resistance.
DIO0
Fig 5-3 General output connect a relay
5.2 Rotary encoder
Peripheral: Heidenhan rotary encoder

Power supply: 5V

Signal mode: Incremental TTL
41
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 5 Examples of common peripherals connection
Auxiliary encoder Interface
ENC0-ENC1
+5V
A+
AB+
BC+
CGND
5
Rotary encoder
Up
1
Ua1
6
Ua1
2
Ua2
7
Ua2
3
Ua0
8
Ua0
9
GND
Fig 5-4 Wiring of Heidenhan rotary encoder
42
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Chapter 6 Appendix
6.1 Technical Specification
6.1.1 Overview
1.
System control/ refresh cycle, please refer to GTS parameters.
Tab 6-1 Control cycle
NO.
2.
GTS
item
1
Interpolation cycle
250us
2
PID control cycle
125us
3
Encoder feedback sampling cycle
125us
4
Analog output refresh cycle
125us
Power supply
Tab 6-2 GUC-EtherCAT controller power supply
NO.
item
Terminal board
1
power supply voltage (error band)
24±10%(V)(Note 1)
2
start-up current
2A
3
Working current
2A
Note1: As shown in Fig 6-1, GUC-EtherCAT controller is supplied by a 24V switching power, the general
IO interface also supplies 24V power for external IO load, the current list in Tab 6-2, only include
controller working current, but do not include general IO load current, when choose switching power, user
has to calculate sum of controller working current and external load current.
24V
Switching
power
24V
Switching
power
+24V
0V
IO_24V
IO_0V
GUCEtherCAT
IO device
IO
IO device
IO device
Fig 6-1 Schematic diagram of GUC-EtherCAT controller power supply
43
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
6.1.2 Control interface parameters
1.
Description of driver control interface
The interface of GUC-EtherCAT driver control is EtherCAT fieldbus, detailed specifications please
refer to the relevant information.
2.
Electric parameters for pulse output signal (consistent with RS-422 standard)
Tab 6-3 Electric parameters for pulse output signal
Item
Sign
Nominal value AM26LS31
differential output voltage
VOD
Min=2.0V
typ=2.6V
Logic “1” voltage output
VOH
Min=2.5V
typ=3.0V
Logic “0” voltage output
VOL
Max=0.4V
typ=0.2V
FP
1MHz
(Note 1)
Maximum Frequency of output pulse
Note1: Frequency of single output pulse.
Note2: There is no specified functions of pulse output interface yet. if there is demand for the specific
features, please contact with Googol Technology.
3.
Encoder overview
Tab 6-4 Encoder overview
Item
Description
Type
Incremental encoder(whether support absolute encoder ,please contact
sales engineer)
Wave form request
square wave
(whether support sine and cosine wave , please query sales engineer)
Single-ended/differential
It is strongly suggested to use differential encoder
(whether support single-ended, please contact sales engineer)
power supply
Supply 5V voltage output to encoder(7th pin)
Maximum current for one encoder: 200mA
4.
Electric standard for encoder input signal
Tab 6-5 Electric parameters of encoder input signal
Item
Sign
FP
Maximum Frequency of input pulse
VIT 
Logic “1” differential voltage input
Nominal value(AM26LS32)
2MHz
(Note)
>0.2V
(VID+)
44
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Item
Sign
Logic “0” differential voltage input
Range of common mode voltage
signal
of differential
Nominal value(AM26LS32)
VIT  (VID-)
<-0.2V
VIC
-7V~+7V
Note: frequency of A phase and B phase quadrature encoder pulses before quadrupled.
5.
Electric standard of analog output signal
Tab 6-6 Electric parameters of analog output signal
Item
Sign
Nominal value
Voltage output type
SE(single-ended output)
DIFF(differential output)
Single-ended output
Voltage output range
VO
-10V~+10V
Output current range
IO
<±10mA
Required load
RL
>1kOhm
Resolution
RES
12 bit(Note)
Zero error
Zero Offset
Refresh cycle
GUC-ECAT
±6mV
125 us
Note: Analog output is designed for 12bit accuracy currently, for more precision, please contact with
Googol Technology.
6.
Electric standard of analog input signal
Tab 6-7 Electric parameters of analog input signal
Item
Sign
Nominal value
Voltage input type
SE(single-ended input)
DIFF(differential input )
Single-ended input
Input voltage range
VI
-12.5V~+12.5V
input impedance
RI
Typ=10kOhm
Resolution
RES
12bit
Zero error
Zero Offset
Min=-30mV,typ=±8mV,max=36mV
Sampling cycle
TS
125us
7.
General digit input interface, general input adopt Optical-Isolated.
45
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Tab 6-8 Electric parameter of general digit input
Item
Sign
Nominal value
Turn-On voltage
(input valid)
VIH
>15V(Explanation: 5~15V is the uncertain status, the motion
controller can not distinguish its level state accurately).
Turn-off voltage
(input invalid)
VIL
<5V(Explanation: 5~15V is the uncertain status, the motion
controller can not distinguish its level state accurately).
Turn-On current
(input valid)
I IH
>8mA
Turn-off current
(input invalid)
I IL
<3mA
isolation voltage
BV
3750 Vrms@AC,1min
isolation resistance
R I O
min=1E6MOhm,typ=1E8MOhm@VS=500V
maximum sampling cycle
250us
Inside GUC
IO24V Outside GUC
IO_24V
EXO_H
EXO_L
equivalent
diagram
principle
IOGND IO_ 0V
COM
High/low active option
VCC
DI/O0~7
General digital input/output
EXI
GND
Please refer to 3.2 for the details of general digital input interface.
8.
General digit output interface, general output adopt Optical-Isolated
Tab 6-9 Electric parameter of general digit output
Item
Sign
Nominal value
Maximum output sink current
I OL
0.5A
Maximum total output current (8
channels)
I MAX
4A
Maximum leakage current when
turn-off
IL
<0.5uA@Vds=24V
Logic “0” output voltage
VOL
0.36V@ ID=200mA
Isolation voltage
BV
3750 Vrms@AC,1minute
Isolation resistance
R I O
min=1E6MOhm,typ=1E8MOhm@VS=500V
46
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Item
Sign
Maximum switching frequency
Nominal value
10KHZ
Inside GUC
IO24V Outside GUC
IO_24V
EXO_H
EXO_L
equivalent principle diagram
IOGND IO_ 0V
COM
High/low active option
VCC
DI/O0~7
General digital input/output
EXI
GND
Please refer to 3.2 for the details of general digital output interface.
9.
Extend IO interface.
Dedicated interface, if needed, please contact with Googol technology.
10. Operating Temperatur: 0-55℃ (32℉ -131℉ )
。
11. Relative Humidity: 5%-90% no dew.
47
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
6.2 Troubleshooting
Tab 6-10 Summary of troubles
Trouble
1
No display on VGA
Cause
Handle
Invalid setting of refresh
rate. The maximum refresh
rate of some LCD displays
is 60HZ. Higher refresh rate
may cause wrong display or
no display.
Connect to CRT monitor or LCD display
that support higher refresh rate, and set
the refresh rate to adapt for the LCD
display.
Video driver malfunction.
The system starts and
displays normally before
entering the OS. Wrong
display arises only after
entering the OS, but display
normally in safe mode. This
case is caused by incorrect
display mode. The signal
output is switched to
1.
Press Ctrl+Alt+F1 after entering XP to
switch to VGA display.
2.
Use the video driver provided by the
product CD.
LVDS.
Information of BIOS setting
lost. Can’t start the system,
and the keyboard has no
responds. This may be
caused by problems of
BIOS.
2
No display on LVDS
Invalid setting of refresh
rate.
Power off. Insert a cuspate tool such as
toothpick into the reset hole to reset
system.
Connect to VGA monitor. Set
appropriate resolution in BIOS
(Match to the resolution of LVDS).
Advanced Chipset Features—>Panel
Type(LVDS)—>1024*768*18bit
3
There are snow on
LVDS display
USB device
4
malfunction
noise
Connect SG and PE with Short connector
or heavy gage wire
Unstable connection of
USB
Use upper USB port to connect
CD-ROM with lower USB
port.
48
CD-ROM.
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Trouble
Cause
Handle
Only one can be worked
correctly when using HMI
and USB.
Use the upper USB port.
Cannot detect USB mouse
after the system starts.
Reinsert or change to another USB port.
Invalid BIOS setting
Set boot device to USB-HDD in BIOS
the USB boot disk
The USB disk used cannot
serve as a boot disk
Change another USB disk
6
Cannot start with the
USB boot disk
mainboard
chipset
compatibility problems
Do not insert USB disk in the procedure of
startup.
Chip
on
the
motion
controller is damaged
Replace motion controller
7
Communication
between host and the
motion controller fail
Version of the motion
controller is not correct
Replace motion controller or change the
software of motion controller.
Initialization output warped
because
of
work
environment and system.
Adjust the zero drift parameter of driver or
use motion controller to compensation the
drift.
Wrong wiring of encoder
Check the wiring of the encoder
Cannot start with
5
8
Reset TPV card, but
DAC output is not 0
Shield the connection wire of the encoder.
Transfer the signal with differential mode.
Electric noise
Shorten the wire length of the encoder
wire
9
Encoder signals can’t
be read properly
Too high frequency of the
encoder
The frequency of the encoder signal is
above 8MHz. change another encoder
with lower frequency.
Encoder does not work
Check the signals that encoder output or
change motion controller
Motion controller error
Replace the motion controller
10
The motor is fly off
(for TPV card)
Encode A,B phase is in
reverse
Reconnect A,B signal interface or reverse
A,B phase in system configuration
11
The motor shakes
(for TPV card)
The parameter of PID is set
abnormality
Adjust the parameter of PID
49
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Trouble
12
13
14
15
The motor is out of
control
Motor position drift
(for T PV card)
When motor driver
(without servo on
signal) powered on,
power on host PC will
cause motor to move
suddenly.
Input or output
signals of the motion
controller are
abnormal
Cause
Handle
The effective level of the
limit switch is not correct
Set the correct effective level of limit
switch by corresponding command
The axis is not enabled.
Call the command GT_AxisOn to enable
the axis
Control mode of the motion
controller and the driver are
not matched
Check the control mode of the motion
controller and driver, and correct them.
Motor driver alarm signal
triggered
Check the reason of alarm and reset the
driver. If the driver does not offer the alarm
signal, user should connect pin 1 and pin 2
on port CN6 to CN13 or disable monitoring
alarm signal on system configuration.
Motor
controller
abnormal work status
Check status and solve it
has
Wiring of motor is wrong
Check the electric wiring of motor
Connect to
incorrectly
Check the connection to the ground and
correct
the
ground
The torque of the motor is
too small
Check the motor driver
Motion card on open- loop
status
Set as close-loop status
Parameter PID is not set
properly, usually the P is
not larger enough.
Adjust PID parameter, especially the
parameter P should be increased.
Motion controller is in
uncertain status at the time
power on, while the motor
is in working status
Before power on host PC, make sure
motor driver has been powered off or
disabled
Incorrect wiring
Check the electric connection
No external
supplied.
power
is
Wrong connection to the
ground
50
Check external power supply.
Reconnect the ground
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Trouble
16
Unstable
Cause
Handle
The input/output interface is
damaged
Replace motion controller
Power consumption is low
Change power supply
6.3 Make a USB boot disk
There are many ways of make a USB boot disk, the common tools are: USBoot, Ghost and FlashBoot
etc. We had introduced Ghost before, so similarly, take Ghost software to make a USB boot disk.
Make with Ghost tool, the default startup mode is USB-HDD, user should select a mode supported by
the mainboard on BIOS setting. User should prepare a PC with Windows OS, a USB disk (with the
experience that some USB disk can’t be a boot disk, it is suggested to use Kingston USB disk), ghost
software and USB boot disk image file (we use dos6222.gho in the DEMO).
Steps of make a USB boot disk are as follows:
(1)
Insert USB disk, run Ghost32.exe, it will prompt dialog box as shown in Fig 6-2.
Fig 6-2 Run ghost
(2)
Click “OK”, it will prompt Fig 6-3, select “Local-> Disk->Form Image”, there prompt a dialog box
as Fig 6-4 , select dos622.gho as image file, enter.
51
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
The number in dos622.gho is just a version number, not the unique file number.
Fig 6-3 Load image file
52
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Fig 6-4 Select the USB boot disk image file
(3)
Press enter after load the image file, enter interface as Fig 6-5, and select the USB disk as
destination drive, press enter to destination drive details as shown in Fig 6-6.
USB-HDD boot mode has no limit to the size of the USB disk, the DEMO here is
with 4G U disk, the user in selecting the local destination drive should clear the
details of the USB disk to select a correct disk.
53
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Fig 6-5 Select local destination drive
Fig 6-6 Destination drive details
(4)
After the above steps, it will prompt dialog box as Fig 6-7, click “Yes” to write data in the USB
54
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
disk. Then click “Continue” in Fig 6-8, extract USB disk, USB boot disk make completed.
This operation is equivalent to format the U disk, and then write data to it, users need to
ensure there is no important personal data in the U disk.
Fig 6-7 Confirm write data to USB disk
55
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Fig 6-8 Clone completed
6.4 VC remote debug
The GUC-ECATseries motion controller resources such as CPU, memory, hard drive are designed
according to the requirements of industry, in Windows XP environment, install VC + + 6.0 or Visual
Studio 2005 programming tools for developing and debugging is inconvenient. Therefore, we
recommend user use VC + + 6.0 or Visual Studio 2005 to remote debug.
6.4.1 VC++6.0 remote debug
Remote debug is debugging between two machines connected through the network cable. Program
running on the target machine (here we refer to GUC-ECAT series motion controller) and debugger
running on the host (PC installed VC + +6.0). In general, to facilitate communication, user should copy
MSVCMON.EXE、DM.DLL、TLN0T.DLL and MSDIS110.DLL file in VC6/Common/MSDEV98/Bin from the
host to target machine. Run MSVCMON.exe, it will prompt dialog box as shown in Fig 6-9, click
“Connect” to complete the settings of target machine.
56
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Fig 6-9 Connection setting of target machine
Next, we should set the host debugger, the first step is set remote debug switch. Start VC, select
“Build->Debugger Remote Connection”, it will prompt dialog box as shown in Fig 6-10, by default, the
item is “Local”, and we select “Network (TCP/IP)” instead, click “OK”. On the “Win32 Network(TCP/IP)
Setting” dialog box, input Target machine name or address and click “OK” to complete connection
setting.
Fig 6-10 IP setting dialog box
After connection setting, open the project for test, assume the name of executable program is
“RemotDebug.exe”, copy the file to target machine, assume the path is d:/Prj/RemoteDebug.exe. Switch
to the host, in the Project Settings page as shown in Fig 6-11, input the path at the edit box at
“Debug-Remote executable path and file name”.
After completing above steps, user can remote debug at the host machine.
57
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Fig 6-11 Path setting on the host
1.
It is required that the executable program on the target machine and the host should be
exactly same, user should re-copy the executable file to target machine once host
compiler generate a new version of the program.
2.
Be sure to input path of the target machine to see, rather than the host machine to see.
3.
At the beginning, some symbol information may prompts, just click OK.
4.
Remote debug settings are global, have nothing to do with the project. In fact, the
above-mentioned settings of local debugger did not open any project. So, if users do not
need remote debug, set “build->debugger remote connection” as “Local”. Otherwise, it
will ask for remote information every time.
5.
If the target machine does not install Visual Studio 6.0, debugging may occur tips “ not
found MFC42D.dll ... “ , find the specified file on the development machine with the hints
and copy to the target machine 'C: \ Windows \ System32' directory.
6.4.2 Visual Studio remote debug
We call the PC used for programing programs as local computer, and call GUC as remote computer.
(1)
Copy the file fold in “...\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\IDE\Remote Debugger\x86” from
local computer to remote computer.
(2)
Connect the local computer and remote computer with a network cable, and set the IP address
for the two computers to make sure they can ping each other. If fail to ping, check the IP
address and close the firewall. For the local computer, IP address is192.168.0.1, subnet mask
58
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
is 255.255.255.0, default gateway is 192.168.2.1; for the remote computer, IP address is
192.168.0.2, subnet mask is 255.255.255.0, default gateway is 192.168.2.1. The settings
dialog boxes is shown as Fig 6-12, the left one is local computer, the right one is remote
computer.
Fig 6-12 IP settings dialog boxes
(3)
Create a new shared folder on remote computer (for example: Debug), check “Allow the
network computer to change my files”. Input \\192.168.0.2 at begin->run, press enter to see the
folder named Debug. Setup procedure of shared fold is shown as Fig 6-13 and Fig 6-14.
Fig 6-13 Set properties of shared folder
59
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Fig 6-14 Completed sharing folder
(4)
On remote computer, set “control panel->management tool->local security policy->safe
options->network access-> Sharing and security model for local accounts” as Classic - local
users authenticate as themselves. The process is shown as Fig 6-15.
Fig 6-15 Remote computer settings
(5)
Run “msvsmon.exe” in x86 folder at remote computer, in “tool->options” item, change
Authentication Mode as “No authentication, Allow any user to debug”, as shown in Fig 6-16.
60
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Fig 6-16 Set Authentication mode for remote computer
(6)
Create a new MFC project (suggest use MFC in a Static library) at local computer, as shown in
Fig 6-17. Set “Project->Properties” at project settings. Set output path as \\192.168.0.2\Debug
at “Configuration Properties->general”, as shown in Fig 6-18. Set “Debugging ->debugger to
start”
as
“Windows
debugger”,
set
“Debugging
->Remote
command”
as
\\192.168.0.2\Debug\project name.exe, set “Debugging-> Working Directory” as
\\192.168.0.2\debug, set “debug-> Remote Server Name” as “192.168.0.2”, set “Connection”
as “Remote with no authentication (Native only)”, the completed dialog box is shown as Fig
6-19.
Fig 6-17 Create a new MFC project
61
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 6 Appendix
Fig 6-18 Set path at “configuration attribute-> common”
Fig 6-19 Set “configuration attribute-> debug”
After above steps, user can start a debugging, even codes be modified, its unnecessary to copy debug
to remote computer.
62
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Chapter 12 Encryption Mechanism
6.5 Dimension
Fig 6-20 Dimension figure of GUC-ECAT motion controller unit(mm)
63
© 2014 Googol Technology. All rights reserved
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising