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PMAC-PC 602191
#1
Hello, DT support.
I have the desire to build a simple 3-axes Mill Machine with spindle. I am writing to you for help.
I have set:
1. PMAC-PC 602191-104, 4 Axes
2. CPU board Option 2602705-557 (60Mhz)
3. DPRAM, 602240-101
I Have Windows XP
In PEWIN-32Pro I fixed the link to the card using IRQ5 (E83 on board), the ISA Bus Base Address Control I/O 021F-0210
(and jmp E66 and E71 's set-OFF), D4000-D7FFF. Motor setup-Ok! DPRAM Test-Ok!
I can not create a machine in the PMAC-NC Pro2 Runtime. When you create a project, the PEWIN finds errors in the PLC.
Tested, there are variables that are designed for other PMAC.
It is possible that PMAC-NC Pro2 Runtime (ver 5.2) is not designed for PMAC-602191 PC-104 or NC5X.phm file?
I really hope to help. Will send the necessary files.
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#2
The PMAC-NC Pro2 Runtime software requires a Turbo CPU.
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#3
What program should I use for my case?
Where can I download this program, ftp: //support.deltatau.com/DT-USA/?
Any help/hints are most appreciated.
Best regards.
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#4
We no longer sell NC software for non-Turbo PMAC. Please keep in mind that the hardware you have is very old and obsolete. I would recommend upgrading your hardware to one of the Turbo PMAC products like the Turbo Clipper with the DPRAM option. This will be compatible with the PMAC-NC Pro2 Runtime software.
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#5
Understand the business.
I'm building a Machine for the soul in my apartment. I like Deltatau, but money for such purchases not. Perhaps you have available in the archive NC software for my PMAC under Windos XP. Sorry for my English I live in Ukraina.
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#6
There is an older, obsolete version of our NC software that will work with this PMAC on WinXP or below. I will look into the possibility of getting this for you. It does have full documentation but there will be no support or warranty.
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#7
Really thank you for this work. PMAC is working. Already tried and PmacPanel Pro 2. It is also difficult without experience.
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