"Wiring diagram" for MPG Pendant Handwheel with Emergency Stop

Ross

Ross
Just thought this might help. Got mine today Wiring diagram all in Chinese, it's a shame I forgot how to read and write Chinese!

I think it will help in conjunction with the Masso diagram.

Ok this is what I got it from the internet.

Ross.
 

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masso-support

MASSO Support
Staff member
Please check the wire colors as they might be different from manufacturer to manufacturer, please also check working voltages.

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gkohle

New member
I have a question about the Pin 1. The diagram has the red wire 5v+ and the purple wire COM for the DB15 wiring. Do they both go to Pin 1?
 

cncnutz

CNCnutz
Staff member
Hi gkohle

If your MPG voltage requires 5 volts then red wire will not go directly to pin 1 of the DB15 because that is at the MASSO voltage level so will be either 12 or 24 volts. You would need a voltage regulator as shown in the diagram to make it match your MPG voltage requirements.
If your MPG is designed to be used with 24 volts then you will not need the regulator and the +ve terminal on the MPG can go direct to pin 1 of the DB15
The Purple COM wire shown also goes to pin 1 of the DB 15
In this case COM refers to a common connection which in this case is +ve from Pin1 on the DB15.

Regards Peter
 
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