Monthly Archives: December 2020

  1. Wiring C25XP with PNP sensors

    Wiring of the C25XP  board connection with PNP sensor

     

    Wiring of the C25XP board connection with PNP sensors

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  2. Wiring C25XP with NPN sensors

    Wiring of the C25XP board connection with NPN sensor

     

    Wiring of the C25XP board with NPN sensors serial connection

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  3. Wiring C25XP with Switch Mechanical Limit

    Wiring of the C25XP board connection with Switch Mechanical Limit

     

    Wiring of the C25XP board connection with Switch Mechanical Limits

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  4. C25XP Huanyang VFD Setup

    Wiring sample of the C25XP board connection with Huanyang VFD

     

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  5. Initial Step by Step Wiring and Testing of a C25XP with Mach4

    Initial Step by Step Wiring and Testing of a C25XP with Mach4

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  6. Initial Step by Step Wiring and Testing of a C25XP with Mach3

    The main objectives of these step-by-step instructions are:

    • Power the Board and e-stop and test that the board activates/deactivates at hardware level only with e-stop.
    • Install the C25XP license and configure the pinout and functions of MACH4 supported by the C25XP and test that MACH3 is communicating with the C25XP OK.
    • Enable and configure the Safety Charge Pump to make sure the C25XP activates (green LED) when MACH3 becomes active (out of reset).

    STEP 1: Connect an E-Stop button to short the E-Stop terminals, disable the Safety Change Pump (JUMPER=OFF). The SCHP is a watchdog, which will allow the board to activate only while the control software is active. This should activate the board (green LED). IF not, check other possible fault conditions and make sure they are not active. 

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  7. Initial Step by Step Wiring and Testing of a C94 with UCCNC

    Initial Step by Step Wiring and Testing of a C94 with UCCNC

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  8. Initial Step by Step Wiring and Testing of a C94 with Mach4

    STEP 1: Connect an E-Stop button to short the E-Stop terminals. 

    • This should give you a green LED while the board is powered and e-stop is closed.
    • IF not, check other possible fault conditions and make sure they are not active.

     

    STEP 2: Make sure the controller is connected to an Ethernet port on the PC and powered with LEDs ON. 

     

    STEP 3: Download the UC Utility program for UCxxx.

    • Run the to establish the connection, 
    • Set a fixed IP on the PC’s LAN cad and whitelist t
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  9. Wiring PNP sensors on a C94

    Wiring PNP Switches to a C94 - Multifunction Board

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  10. Wiring NPN sensors on a C94

    Wiring information for NPN Switches on C94 - Multifunction Board

     

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