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Parameters from vector to MM 440

Thread Starter: DTL   Started: 3/24/2009 9:38 PM   Replies: 4

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  3/24/2009, 9:38 PM
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I have a Micromaster Vector 6SE32 and a Micromaster 440. I need to convert the parameter set from Vector to 440. What cables and converter do I need ?
I have "Drive Monitor".

Please Help, Im new at this ??


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Hello

Look at 

schrieb:

  MICROCONVERT

Purpose: Conversion of MICROMASTER 3 Standard/Vector parameters to
  MICROMASTER 420/440 parameters

Requirements: SIMOVIS and/or DRIVEMONITOR (>= V5.1) installed ! 
  MICROMASTER 3 Standard/Vector and MICROMASTER 420/440
  must be installed on your systems !

General: MicroConvert starts in the language set in DriveMonitor or,
  if this is not installed, in Simovis.
  It is operated according to the same basic principles used
  for DriveMonitor/Simovis.


To convert parameters:

1. Use or Create a *.dnl file using the current MICROMASTER 3 parameters
  (with DriveMonitor/Simovis)

2. Start MicroConvert

3. Set a language if necessary (Options -> Language)

4. Read in the *.dnl file created in 1. (File -> Open (MICROMASTER 3 File)).
  If you used Simovis to create the file in 1., you must also enter the
  version number (1.0, 2.0, 3.0).
  The parameters that are read in are displayed in the left-hand window.

5. Start the parameter conversion run (Convert -> Convert
  MICROMASTER 3 Standard/Vector to MICROMASTER 420/440).
  Is there more than 1 MICROMASTER 420/440 - version it is necessary to
  select the version now.
  MICROMASTER 440 needs some userinput for conversion too.
  The converted parameters are displayed in the right-hand window.
  The converter is not however able to find all the MICROMASTER 420/440
  parameters. Converted parameters are displayed in white in the 'Parameter
  value' column, unconverted parameters in red. The remaining color coding 
  corresponds to that used in Simovis/DriveMonitor:
  yellow = read parameter
  green = write/read parameter
  light blue = connector
  dark blue = binector

6. You can now set the missing parameters manually (click on the parameter
  line, a button is displayed in the 'Parameter value' field. Click this
  button and enter settings in the displayed box. You can 'turn' binary
  values by clicking on the appropriate line.). Manually entered values are 
  displayed in orange in the 'Parameter value' field. You can now set 
  unassigned values to their defaults by selecting menu options
  (Convert -> Accept MICROMASTER 420/440 Defaults). Default values are
  displayed in gray in the 'Parameter value' column.

7. You can delete the contents of the right-hand window by selecting
  (Convert -> Delete MICROMASTER 420/440 parameters). (Caution: All input 
  values will be deleted !!!!!). You can now start the conversion run
  again. If you read in a new MICROMASTER 3 *.dnl or switch to a new
  language, all input values will also be lost!!!

8. Save the parameters (File -> Save [As] (MICROMASTER 420/440 File)):
  A *.dnl file with the generated parameters will be set up in the
  directory you specify. A log file with the same name will also be
  set up in the same directory. This log file documents the conversion
  process. The meaning of the abbreviations used is as follows:
  C = MicroConvert value automatically converted
  NC = MicroConvert value not converted
  UI = User input
  FS = Factory setting (default)
   
  The lines following every automatically converted value specify
  the parameters used to generate the value.

  The log file can be displayed by selecting (View -> Display log file).

9. Read in the created *.dnl file using Simovis/DriveMonitor and load to
  the drive.
  If the DriveMonitor is installed, it can be started directly with
  the Dnl file generated by selecting (Extras -> Start DriveMonitor).  

  You can hide/show the left-hand window by selecting menu options
  (View -> Display Only MICROMASTER 420/440 Parameters). You can hide/show
  indexed parameters in a similar way to the Simovis/DriveMonitor 
  method. The file header is displayed in window (? -> Drive Information)
  for MICROMASTER 3 *.dnls generated using DriveMonitor.
 

"MicroConvert" for converting parameter sets from MM3 vector/standard drives to parameter sets for MM420/MM440 drives. It was supplied free on the documentation CD that comes with a new MM4 drive.

Hope this will helps.grin

best regards

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  4/9/2009, 2:43 PM
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Hi DTL,

This could be a software tool UMENCHO is referring to.

Attachment: PCT.zip  (154 Downloads)



=== Edited by Smurf @ 4/9/2009 2:44 PM [GMT ] ===



Smurf


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new question is splittet to Please help me with the parameter setting of micromaster 440

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UMENCHO wrote:

Hello

Look at 

 

schrieb:

 

  MICROCONVERT

Purpose: Conversion of MICROMASTER 3 Standard/Vector parameters to
  MICROMASTER 420/440 parameters

Requirements: SIMOVIS and/or DRIVEMONITOR (>= V5.1) installed ! 
  MICROMASTER 3 Standard/Vector and MICROMASTER 420/440
  must be installed on your systems !

General: MicroConvert starts in the language set in DriveMonitor or,
  if this is not installed, in Simovis.
  It is operated according to the same basic principles used
  for DriveMonitor/Simovis.


To convert parameters:

1. Use or Create a *.dnl file using the current MICROMASTER 3 parameters
  (with DriveMonitor/Simovis)

2. Start MicroConvert

3. Set a language if necessary (Options -> Language)

4. Read in the *.dnl file created in 1. (File -> Open (MICROMASTER 3 File)).
  If you used Simovis to create the file in 1., you must also enter the
  version number (1.0, 2.0, 3.0).
  The parameters that are read in are displayed in the left-hand window.

5. Start the parameter conversion run (Convert -> Convert
  MICROMASTER 3 Standard/Vector to MICROMASTER 420/440).
  Is there more than 1 MICROMASTER 420/440 - version it is necessary to
  select the version now.
  MICROMASTER 440 needs some userinput for conversion too.
  The converted parameters are displayed in the right-hand window.
  The converter is not however able to find all the MICROMASTER 420/440
  parameters. Converted parameters are displayed in white in the 'Parameter
  value' column, unconverted parameters in red. The remaining color coding 
  corresponds to that used in Simovis/DriveMonitor:
  yellow = read parameter
  green = write/read parameter
  light blue = connector
  dark blue = binector

6. You can now set the missing parameters manually (click on the parameter
  line, a button is displayed in the 'Parameter value' field. Click this
  button and enter settings in the displayed box. You can 'turn' binary
  values by clicking on the appropriate line.). Manually entered values are 
  displayed in orange in the 'Parameter value' field. You can now set 
  unassigned values to their defaults by selecting menu options
  (Convert -> Accept MICROMASTER 420/440 Defaults). Default values are
  displayed in gray in the 'Parameter value' column.

7. You can delete the contents of the right-hand window by selecting
  (Convert -> Delete MICROMASTER 420/440 parameters). (Caution: All input 
  values will be deleted !!!!!). You can now start the conversion run
  again. If you read in a new MICROMASTER 3 *.dnl or switch to a new
  language, all input values will also be lost!!!

8. Save the parameters (File -> Save [As] (MICROMASTER 420/440 File)):
  A *.dnl file with the generated parameters will be set up in the
  directory you specify. A log file with the same name will also be
  set up in the same directory. This log file documents the conversion
  process. The meaning of the abbreviations used is as follows:
  C = MicroConvert value automatically converted
  NC = MicroConvert value not converted
  UI = User input
  FS = Factory setting (default)
   
  The lines following every automatically converted value specify
  the parameters used to generate the value.

  The log file can be displayed by selecting (View -> Display log file).

9. Read in the created *.dnl file using Simovis/DriveMonitor and load to
  the drive.
  If the DriveMonitor is installed, it can be started directly with
  the Dnl file generated by selecting (Extras -> Start DriveMonitor).  

  You can hide/show the left-hand window by selecting menu options
  (View -> Display Only MICROMASTER 420/440 Parameters). You can hide/show
  indexed parameters in a similar way to the Simovis/DriveMonitor 
  method. The file header is displayed in window (? -> Drive Information)
  for MICROMASTER 3 *.dnls generated using DriveMonitor.
 

"MicroConvert" for converting parameter sets from MM3 vector/standard drives to parameter sets for MM420/MM440 drives. It was supplied free on the documentation CD that comes with a new MM4 drive.

Hope this will helps.grin

best regards




=== Edited by richardlim @ 3/29/2014 8:05 AM [GMT ] ===
All I got is the Basic Operator Panel.

=== Edited by richardlim @ 3/18/2014 1:07 PM [GMT ] ===


=== Edited by richardlim @ 3/18/2014 1:06 PM [GMT ] ===
I have the same problem changing MMVECTOR to MM440
all I got are the list of parameters..

P006=1
P021=1
P022=100
P073=75%
P077=3
P078=200%
P099=1 ENABLE PROFIBUS
P918=35 PROFIBUS ADDRESS
P928= 1 PROFIBUS REMOTE STATE CONTROL
P9297=0 PROFIBUS REMOTE PARAMETER CONTROL

WHAT ARE THE EQUIVALENT PARAMETER IN MM440?

THANKS A LOT

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