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Speed feedback terminals

Speed feedback terminals

Speed feedback terminals

(OP)
Does anyone knows what are the terminals A B C (between - and +) for?
Picture is of a DC Drive. - and + are used to connect a tachogenerator coupled to the motor.
Conector ENC 1 is for sinusoidal enconder
Conector ENC 2 is for digital enconder
I have looked in the manual but could not find it

thanks



RE: Speed feedback terminals

Just a WAG;
Will the drive accept a selsyn input as an option or would a selsyn be the sinusoidal input?

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RE: Speed feedback terminals

(OP)
Apparently not. Here are some images from the manual. It never says anything about those 3 terminals







RE: Speed feedback terminals

It's kind of listed in the 2nd page of your image except they've added polarity.

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