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Hello, 

 

I have got some questions about the way to controlling motors and other instruments with a USB 6343.

I'll controlling this card with python 3 and the lib nidaqmx.

I have to control 2 CC motors. I just have to control the on / off, no use to control the speed. 

The specifications of these 2 motors are: 

Voltage 12V cc, current 50mA.

Is it possible to wire these motors directly on the board or should i use something like a mosfet transistor and finally control the mosfet with the NI USB-6343 ?

 

I've got another motor to control. This one is a little more complicated.

Here the specifications of this motor: https://soda.crouzet.com/pn/?i=80140004
This motor was previously used and some wire are already wired into the box. 

I would know more informations about the way to use it.

 

-Wire 1 (Power ground supply) -> connected to D GND

-Wire 2 (24 V Power supply) -> connected to AO 1

-Wire 3 (Signal ground) -> not connected

-Wire 4 (On/Off input) -> connected to P 0.1

-Wire 5 (Direction input) -> connected to P 0.0

-Wire 6 (PWM speed setpoint) -> not connected

-Wire 7 (0-10V speed setpoint) -> not connected

-Wire 8 (12 points/rev encoder output) -> not connected

 

Does the USB-6343 is able to provide 24V CC to the motor or should i use an external power supply ? 

 

Is it possible to control this material with the nidaqmx lib ?

 

Thank's to anyone would take time to help me. 

 

Best,

 

 

 

 

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  1. Is it possible to control this material with the nidaqmx lib ?
    • I am not familiar with Python, but from the name, it looks right
  2. Does the USB-6343 is able to provide 24V CC to the motor or should i use an external power supply ? 
    • You need to use an external power supply
  3. Is it possible to wire these motors directly on the board or should i use something like a mosfet transistor and finally control the mosfet with the NI USB-6343 ?
    • You need external power supply with appropriate motor driver(simplest being a MOSFET and aux circuit)
  4. I've got another motor to control. This one is a little more complicated.
    • This motor seems to contain the motor driver within itself
    • You can control the motor with external power supply and use the signals from USB6343 to control
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Hello, 

 

Thank's a lot for your answer ! 

 

Best,

 

David

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