SGDG

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  Question Posted Date

When is it necessary to connect an external regen resistor to the SGDG LEGEND amplifier?

01/21/2002

What voltage levels will cause an overvoltage or undervoltage alarm?

02/06/2009

What voltage levels will cause an overvoltage or undervoltage alarm?

03/02/2015

What are the minimum settings required to start-up a LEGEND SGDG type servo amplifier for use with a linear motor?

07/13/2004

What are the major features and benefits of the LEGEND amplifier (SGDG)? Is an introductory presentation on the product available?

07/30/2003

Is there a recommended solution for controlling a motor brake when the system has a LEGEND Amplifier?

02/15/2006

Is there any information available about a free software to use for opening Yaskawa 2D drawings such as dwg and dxf?

05/15/2014

Is it possible to isolate or split the encoder output signal from an SGDH PG output?

07/13/2004

Is it possible to add external regen resistors to the SGDG LEGEND amplifiers?

08/13/2002

Is a drawing and pin-out of part number JUSP-TA36P available?

07/13/2004

Does the LEGEND amplifier have a circuit for a brake?

10/20/2006

Can the linear encoder be mounted "backwards" (positive direction of linear encoder opposite to positive direction of linear motor)?

04/28/2003

Can the LEGEND amplifier accept a 5VDC input to enable the motor?

10/31/2002

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