Mitsubishi FX5U PLC and Delta ASDA-B2 Servo PLCs are extremely popular devices used in small machines. Today plc247.com will guide you to use FX5U to control Servo Delta B2 simply and easily.
We need to use Model FX5U Output Transistor (MT Output), Relay Output (MR Output) type does not support high-speed pulse generation, so it cannot control Step/Servo Motor.
Mitsubishi FX5U & Delta B2 “Connection Diagram”
I/O Address Table
+ X0 – Org Sensor
+ X1 – Forward Limit Sensor
+ X2 – Reverse Limit Sensor
+ Y0 – Pulse Output
+ Y4 – Direction Output
+ Y5 – Servo ON/OFF
Delta-B2 Servo Drive “Position Control” Setting
To be able to receive control pulses from PLC, we need to set the following parameters for Delta-B2 Servo
Mitsubishi FX5U “Pulse Output” Configuration
In this project plc247.com uses Axis 1 of PLC Mitsubishi FX5U (supports up to 4 axes)
+ “High Speed I/O” Setting
+ “Input Response Time” Setting
FX5U Programming Example
+ “Home Return” & “Servo On/Off” & “Jog Process” Control
+ Axis Position Control
Project Video Tutorial
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