Operatiing Mode Ioni Granity configuration mode will not work

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#1

Hello, I have several problems and I do not know where to start to solve.
Then I send you all the possible captures so that you can help me find the problem.
Thanks for the apollo that you always give

thanks for watching


#2

Which version of Granity do you have, and what are you attempting to change in Granity?


#3

I move up to a new home and then I also bought a new SSD so I had to format the PC. After that I plugged all in and then I run graniti and then I got the errors you may see in the screenshots.
I tried to update Granity and Simcube Firmware up to:
simucube version 0.9.7
Granitie 1.7.2.

When I turned the engine it does not work and sometimes it went crazy and it starts turning by itself.
then I try to update both firmwares again and now it seems to be an issue regarding connectivity between both granity controller and the engine.
I’m wondering if somehow it can be reset to default values, so I can start from scratch


#4

Well, 0.9.7 is quite old, so we don’t support it anymore. Please update to 0.11.2.


#5

Also, use the latest version of Granity software.


#6

OK I’ts done

this is what he tells me

esto es lo que me dice;

next step???


#7

Next step is to try to connect with Granity now.


#8

conecting, and now?


#9

Show the motor current values or paste the bottom part of the Testing tab here.“copy device state to clipboard”


#10

[ ] Initialized !
[ ] Error recovering
[ ] Tracking error warn
[ ] Target reached
[ ] Enabled !
[ ] Run (drive active)
[ ] Homing active
[X] Braking
[X] Permanent stop !
[X] Voltages good
[ ] Fault stopped
[ ] Ready for use
[ ] STO active

[ ] Tracking error
[ ] Over velocity
[ ] Hardware
[ ] Over temperature
[ ] Feedback
[ ] Over current
[ ] Internal comm error
[ ] Power stage forced off
[ ] Under voltage
[ ] Over voltage
[ ] Motion range
[ ] Firmware error
[ ] Init
[ ] Motion
[ ] SimpleMotion

Fault location ID1 0 (info)
Fault location ID2 0 (info)

! = reasons for inactivity[X] GPI 1
[X] GPI 2
[X] GPI 3
[ ] GPI 4
[ ] GPI 5
[ ] GPI 6
[ ] HSIN 1
[ ] HSIN 2
[ ] ANA1 as digital
[ ] ANA2 as digital
[X] ENC A
[ ] ENC B
[ ] ENC C
[ ] ENC D
[X] Hall U
[ ] Hall V
[ ] Hall W

[X] Soft enable
[ ] Phys enable !
[ ] Pos feed enable
[ ] Neg feed enable
[X] Home switch
[ ] Clear faults

Analog in 1 0.01 V
Analog in 2 0.00 V
Analog Enc A 3.66 V
Analog Enc B -3.61 V

HV bus voltage 47.8 VDC
Device temperature 31 °C
Actual current limit ±2.0 A
Last limit reason None
Output current 0.38 A
Velocity feedback 0 r/s
Velocity feedback (raw) 0
Position feedback 0.0028 r
Position feedback (raw) 28
Setpoint value (raw) 0

Debug 1 -1
Debug 2 -1
Debug 3 -1
Debug 4 -1
Debug 5 -1
Debug 6 -1

Parameters

| GCFWVER=10709 | HWTYPE=11201 | HWSERIAL=112011536 | BUILDREVISION=26dccc43
| CEI=0 | UID=23ba7086 | SMO=0 | TRF1=0
| TRF2=0 | TRA1=0 | TRA2=0 | MPP=0
| NOTCHFILT=5.24336e+06 | TED=0.6 | TEF=0.5 | TEI=0
| SERIALENCBITS=6 | COMMUTATIONCFG=0 | HAO=0 | FBR=2500
| FBD=1 | FB2D=0 | TBW=1 | KVP=300
| KVI=30 | KPP=50 | VFF=0 | AFF=0
| PFF=85 | CM=2 | MT=0 | AD=0
| FLAGS=131072 | MMC=2 | MCC=1 | FOC=2
| FOV=52 | FUV=20 | FPT=1000 | FVT=100
| FEV=100 | FMO=0 | LSF=0 | AXS=1
| AXT=3 | FFT=0.1 | TSR=15 | TCH=126
| TTR=1 | TBT=0 | CRI=0 | DIV=50
| PIF=2500 | MUL=50 | CAL=10 | CSD=10
| CVL=1000 | CRV=100 | MR=0.4 | ML=0.8
| MTC=500 | MPC=8 | MMS=3000 | CAO=0
| HOMING=0 | HMV=100 | HMA=10 | HMH=0
| HMT=1 | HHL=0 | HLL=0 | HMF=0
| HSA=0 | HSS=0 | overrideAddr1=0 | overrideAddr2=0
| overrideAddr3=0 | overrideVal1=0 | overrideVal2=0 | overrideVal3=0
| BED=1.5 | BER=0 | BDD=1 | CAPS1=6.29143e+07
| CAPS2=81823


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#12

Your settings seem to be at default settings, so it won’t work in Simucube. Which motor and encoder do you have? If you don’t know, see the receipts for your kit etc.


#13

Open sim wheel SimuCUBE MiGE 130ST-M10010 20Nm 10000ppr


#14

Save this DRC file and load it with Simucube Configuration Tool or with Granity.

10010_MAX_480w-48v_10Kppr.drc (9.2 KB)


#15

ALL OK?


#16

Should be, if it works. :+1:


#17

Remember to set the bumbstop settings at least once to nondefault values, then you will also have Force feedback.


#18

NOW THIS?


#19

Now what happens is that when you turn it on it is an operational time but soon after the wheel turns sharply with a whistle and the wheel is more rigid, as with energy, and says this;

Now what happens is that when you turn it on it is an operational time but soon after the wheel turns sharply with a whistle and the wheel is more rigid, as with energy, and says this
It seems that the wheel has gone crazy!


#20

Try this drc : -------