- Hardware Manuals
- Commissioning and Tuning Guide
- Software Reference
SOMANET OBLAC Drives guides the user through the setup process, supports configuration and tuning of the SOMANET servo drive and makes the operation and first steps in turning a motor as easy as possible.
OBLAC Drives Setup There are two ways to run SOMANET OBLAC Drives:
OBLAC Drives Box is a physical machine that comes preinstalled with Linux OS and runs OBLAC Drives.
OBLAC Drives Virtual Machine comes preinstalled with OBLAC Drives. It can be run on Windows, Linux and macOS.
Using OBLAC Drives Overview of the functionality.
Set up your servo drive Explanation of the most important parameters
Motion control tuning Instructions on how to perform manual and automatic tuning of the controller gains.
Automatic tuning Overview of the Autotuning feature
System Identification This feature allows to generate a precise model of the mechanical system with one click
Position auto-tuning Automatically generates gain values for the cascaded position controller
Velocity auto-tuning Automatically generates gain values for the velocity controller
Manual tuning Description of steps required for manually tuning the controller gains
Manual Tuning of the current controller In the torque control loop the current is controlled, while the torque is directly proportional to the current.
Manual tuning of the velocity control loop Instructions for manually tuning the proportional and integral gains of the velocity control loop if the drive should be operated in velocity control mode.
Manual tuning of the position control loop Instructions for manually tuning the cascaded PID controller.
Test your drive at the playground Rotate your motor to a target position, at a target velocity or apply a target torque.
Update or downgrade OBLAC Drives Install and run any version of OBLAC Drives that fits your drive.
Troubleshooting If something goes wrong while using OBLAC Drives you can find troubleshooting instructions here.