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Old July 12th, 2005, 12:57 PM   #1
Mr_B
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torque control???? VFD???

How do I do this?

_____O_____O_____
.....a.....b......


Motor "a" feeds material and b pulls it.

Can one program/wire the drives in such a way that b gets a setpoint and a follows but according to motor b's Current drawn.

Hope I'm clear on this. Basicly wot I'm trying is to control a's speed with the current drawn by b so that there is always tension between the two. Not a lot but just a little.

BTW the drives are Yaskawa Varispeed VS mini J7

tx.

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