Connectors and Mates
|J5||24-pin TE||Control and Status I/O||TE Connectivity 5-794630-4 Micro MATE-N-LOK||TE Connectivity P/N 2-794617-4|
|+||STUD M5 X 0.8 9MM||Positive voltage input|
|–||STUD M5 X 0.8 9MM||Negative voltage input|
|W||STUD M5 X 0.8 9MM||High current connection to motor|
|V||STUD M5 X 0.8 9MM||High current connection to motor|
|U||STUD M5 X 0.8 9MM||High current connection to motor|
J3 EM Brake
|1||PWR||Switched Battery Voltage||EM Brake|
|2||Activator||Open Drain brake drive signal||EM Brake|
J5 Control and Status I/O
|1||TPOTL||TPOT Low: Low Potentiometer Reference||Throttle potentiometer|
|2||CAN-H||CANBUS High Signal||Monitoring/Control|
|3||CAN-L||CANBUS Low Signal||Monitoring/Control|
|4||Switch 1||Configurable switch input|
|5||Driver 1||Open-Collector output|
|6||Switch 2||Configurable switch input||Fault Input (Quickstop)|
|7||Driver 2||Open-Collector output||Fault Output|
|10||TPOTH||High Potentiometer Reference||Throttle potentiometer|
|11||P5V||P5V is a positive 5VDC regulated output which can be used to supply external circuitry. This output is current limit protected at approximately 30mA.||Excitation voltage to hall-effect position sensors, or to throttle potentiometers|
|12||P15V||P15V is a positive 15VDC unregulated output which is protected by a 235 ohm series source resistance.||Excitation voltage to hall-effect position sensors|
|13||TPOTC||Connects to the throttle potentiometer wiper||Speed control|
|14||KEY_LOW||Keyswitch active low. This is a digital input used to turn the MC unit on and off. This signal is asserted low, so the Controller will switch from off to on when this signal is pulled to GND.||On/Off switch|
|16||ANOUT1||Auxiliary Output (0-5V)|
|17||ANOUT2||Auxiliary Output (0-5V)|
|18||I/O GND||Ground reference for I/O Connections|
|19||POS_SENSE_C||Motor Position sensor input C (W)||Connected to motor sensor|
|20||POS_SENSE_B||Position sensor input B (V)||Connected to motor sensor|
|21||POS_SENSE_A||Position sensor input A (U)||Connected to motor sensor|
|22||KEY_HIGH||Keyswitch input. This signal performs exactly the same function as KEY_LOW, but it is considered asserted when the signal level is > 2V||On/Off switch. Alternately, see KEY_LOW|
|23||Switch 3||Configurable switch input||Forward/Reverse selection|
|24||BATT||Voltage supply at VBAT|
Use a properly-sized ring terminal to connect the battery leads.
Electrical charge may still be present on the battery connections even after the battery has been disconnected or power switched off. This stored charge will dissipate in a few minutes, but take care not to short the + terminal to a ground point because an electrical arc and possible damage to the controller may result.
Do not overtighten the terminal connections. Use a maximum torque of 20 inch-pounds. Overtightening may cause damage to the controller.
Use a properly-sized ring terminal to connect the motor leads to the M5 studs using the supplied nuts. For brushed motors, only two battery connections will be used (by default, connections U + W are used).
Do not overtighten the terminal connections. Torque to 20 inch-pounds. Overtightening may cause damage to the controller.