TB6600 Stepper Driver Wiring / ESTOP

kiwicnc

KiwiCNC
Hi team,



Just got my MASSO, and spent the last 2 hours removing the old BOB and ESS

Wiring time is now upon us.

I have read numerous posts on the forum, and I just want to affirm my findings please

ESTOP

1 wire to PIN 1 on ESTOP

1 wire to MASSO +12V feed (I have made up a connector rail for 12v inputs)

TB6600 Driver

PUL(+5v) to Pin1 (S+)

PUL(-) to Pin2 (S-)

DIR(+5v) to Pin3 (D+)

DIR (-) to Pin4 (D-)



My current setup had loops between PUL+ and DIR+ and ENA+ I am assuming these loops must now be removed



Thanks in advance guys



Regards

Ray
 

Attachments

  • TB-6600.jpg
    TB-6600.jpg
    28.4 KB · Views: 12

clover

clover
Almost there @kiwicnc, my comments and additions in blue.

1 wire to PIN 1 on ESTOP If you are using an MPG with an Estop you are correct. However, if you only have one Estop it should be wired to Pin 2 see here.

1 wire to MASSO +12V feed (I have made up a connector rail for 12v inputs) And of course the 12 volt negative should also be connected

TB6600 Driver

PUL(+5v) to Pin1 (S+) Fine

PUL(-) to Pin2 (S-) Fine

DIR(+5v) to Pin3 (D+) Fine

DIR (-) to Pin4 (D-) Fine

ENA- to the negative 12 volt supplying the MASSO

ENA+ wire through a 1,000 ohm resistor to the Positive 12 volt supplying the MASSO. This resistor need be only a 1/4 watt type.

The ENA pins are the driver enabling pins - no connect - no workies ?


My current setup had loops between PUL+ and DIR+ and ENA+ I am assuming these loops must now be removed Yes remove these and anything connected to ENA-

That should do it and I hope it helps, Patrick
 

kiwicnc

KiwiCNC
Thank you Patrick. Can you explain the requirement for the 1,000 ohm resistor on the +12v - looks like i'll have to wait until tomorrow now...LOL



Regards

Ray
 

clover

clover
@kiwicnc

There is an internal resistor in the TB6600 of about 300 ohms but this is only suitable when the pin is powered from 5 volts. Since you are operating with 12 volts the added 1000 ohm is needed to limit the current into the driver. It's only needed on the ENA pin because the others get 5 volt out of MASSO. Well, 10 volts actually but that's too complicated to explain at this late hour!

I have just calculated the currents involved and I would suggest an 820 ohm resistor may be a better choice than the 1000 ohm.

Patrick
 

masso-support

MASSO Support
Staff member
Hi Kiwi CNC

The Estop goes between Pin2 and the Masso +Ve rail.

See the diagram on the page below.

https://www.masso.com.au/masso-documentation/?section=e-stop



The drive outputs for the X,Y & Z axis are differential outputs so you have 10v between S+ & S-. The same for the direction outputs as well. You only want 5 volts.

After reading the manual it looks like common Cathode connection is what you require. You do not need the Enable connected to make it run if I read it correctly.

Link the Pul- and Dir- connections on your stepper driver and connect this to GND. (-ve rail of the Masso PSU)

Connect the PUL+ to S+

Connect DIR+ to D+

Leave D- and S- disconnected

I made a drawing of how I would wire it. Connect 1 drive and get it going first then connect the others.

Hope this helps

Cheers

Peter
 

Attachments

  • TB6600.png
    TB6600.png
    125.4 KB · Views: 13

kiwicnc

KiwiCNC
In the words of the all mighty Borat "Great Success"

Thank you Peter....I even managed to sort of tune it in....about .150mm back lash on the X, but that has always been the worse axis. Lets hope we get that backlash compensation back soon eh?

Time for bed

Cheers

Ray
 

greg77630

Greg77630
I am new to this so please bear with me.



Where is the -VE on the Masso G3? I am not sure where to connect that wire.
 
Top