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Mitsubishi FX3U “Servo Control” Delta B2 Tutorial

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Hello everyone! Mitsubishi FX3U PLC and Servo Delta ASDA-B2 are one of the extremely popular used automation devices in the automation market. Today will guide you to use PLC FX3U to control Delta B2 Servo in the simplest and easiest way.

Please note that you need to choose the FX3U PLC model with Transistor Output (MT) to be able to generate high-speed pulses to control Servo/Step, if PLC Output Relay (MR) will not support it.

Mitsubishi FX3U & Delta-B2 Servo “Wiring Diagram”

+ Input

  • X0: DOG (Origin) Sensor
  • X1: CW Limit Sensor
  • X2: CCW Limit Sensor

+ Output

  • Y0: Pulse Output
  • Y4: Direction Output
  • Y5: Servo On/Off Output

Servo Delta ASDA-B2 Parameters Setting

Below are the basic parameters that need to be installed for Servo Delta B2 so that it can be controlled in “Position Control” mode.

FX3U “Pulse Output” Example

+ Origin Recover Command

+ Axis Jog Command

+ Axis Possiton Command

Project Video Tutorial


Recommended software and documentation

+ Mitsubishi GX-Works 2 Software Download
+ Delta ASDA-B2 Servo Manual PDF Download

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