Analog sensors usually output a voltage or a resistance that can be interpreted by the firmware. When the output is a voltage, the signal can be directly read by the analog input, but if it’s a resistance (e.g. resistance temperature detectors), a voltage divider must be used to generate a voltage equivalent to the resistance.
If your servo drive does not incorporate a voltage divider itself, you must attach one separately.
SOMANET servo drives come with a default configuration for the analog inputs that can be alternated on request.
A single-ended encoder can be attached to the differential ports, if the voltage range fits only to the differential inputs. The signal must be connected to the + pin of the Analog In and the Ground to the - pin.
In this case, half of the analog input range will be lost.
Analog Input Scaling: Nonlinear conversion of an analog voltage using a 5th order polynomial function.
Parameter holding the value of analog input 1
Parameter holding the value of analog input 2
Parameter holding the value of analog input 3
Parameter holding the value of analog input 4