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Richard Erlacher
02/03/09 08:56
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Denver, Co
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#162005 - I was afraid that was the case ...
Responding to: Satish S Munot's previous message
Satish S Munot said:
Dear Sir,

It is not possible to access Motor1 or its related hardware. I am just getting Encoder Pules
and Using these Encoder Pulses. I have to drive Motor2.

The Frequency multiplication factor is either Settable using DIP Switch, which is constant throughout
process.

One way I found is the way is that adjust the Encoder PPR but desired PPR encoder may not be available
on the market and it is not suitable solution.

regards,

Satish


What I understand from what you say is that
(a) you have no influence over the behavior of Motor1.

(b) You use encoder pulses to provide information about the behavior of Motor1, which information you subsequently use to control Motor2.

(c) You have a DIP switch that enables you to set the number of pulses per revolution that the encoder provides. However, there is a risk that this feature may not be available in the future. This makes you hesitant to attempt to make your work dependent on this feature.

Have I understood your situation correctly?

You haven't indicated what the speed of Motor1 is. It would be helpful if you would answer the questions I posed in my previous post. It is particularly important that you specify the tolerable lag between changes, if there are any, on Motor1 speed and the response of Motor2. It is also important to know how closely Motor2 speed must match the speed ratio that you require.

RE





List of 23 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Frequency Multiplication      Satish S Munot      01/31/09 02:01      
   what is the wave form shape of the original signal?      Joe Gold      01/31/09 05:34      
   Yes, PLL is the most promising solution      Richard Erlacher      01/31/09 09:08      
   Easy integer approximation      Jerson Fernandes      01/31/09 19:02      
      Yes, but      Joe Gold      01/31/09 20:50      
         Wave Shape      Satish S Munot      02/01/09 20:25      
            Constant speed?      Per Westermark      02/01/09 22:49      
            Constant speed?      Per Westermark      02/01/09 22:50      
            Constant speed?      Per Westermark      02/01/09 22:51      
            Constant speed?      Per Westermark      02/01/09 22:51      
            Still some outstanding questions      Joe Gold      02/02/09 06:12      
            Perhaps you're looking at the wrong motor      Richard Erlacher      02/02/09 07:35      
   Rate Multiplier      Aubrey Kagan      02/02/09 13:17      
      That might work ... but ...      Richard Erlacher      02/02/09 13:26      
         Frequency multiplier      Satish S Munot      02/02/09 21:11      
            How about some numbers?      Richard Erlacher      02/02/09 21:39      
               Frequency Multiplier      Satish S Munot      02/03/09 01:21      
                  I was afraid that was the case ...      Richard Erlacher      02/03/09 08:56      
                     Frequency Multipllication      Satish S Munot      02/03/09 20:46      
                        What about that logic card?      Richard Erlacher      02/03/09 22:19      
                           Frequency Multipiler      Satish S Munot      02/03/09 22:24      
                              Why no further relevant information?      Richard Erlacher      02/03/09 22:28      
                                 I have been following this      Erik Malund      02/04/09 05:55      

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