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Title:Vodenje servomotorja z uporabo programabilnega logičnega krmilnika in vmesnika človek-stroj : diplomsko delo
Authors:ID Vučićević, Nikola (Author)
ID Virtič, Peter (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ID Pranjić, Franjo (Comentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Vucicevic_Nikola_2023.pdf (3,34 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FE - Faculty of Energy Technology
Abstract:Ideja diplomske naloge je izdelati aplikacije za krmiljenje servo motorjev. Gibanje izvaja servo motor Omron R88M, ki ga krmili gonilnik Omron R88D. Gonilnik krmili Omron NJ501-1300 PLK. V sklopu tega se za vnos vseh vrednosti uporablja Weintekov HMI zaslon na dotik, na katerem so prikazane vse funkcije aplikacije. Stroj je sestavljen tudi iz drsnega okvirja, na katerem so servomotorji in 3D tiskane glave za boljše opazovanje gibanja. Diplomsko delo opisuje postopek pisanja PLK programa v razvojnem okolju Sysmac Studio in način krmiljenja servo pretvornikov za določen motor, da motor izvede zahtevano gibanje. V prispevku je podrobno opisan postopek priklopa in parametriranja servo pretvornika pri krmiljenju preko PLK-ja. Aplikacija je sestavljena iz več delov, s testiranjem smo ugotovili, da sistem in motorji izpolnjujejo zastavljene cilje. Opisan je tudi del večjega programa, v katerem so razloženi segmenti za krmiljenje servo pretvornika. V prispevku so opisani tudi funkcijski bloki za krmiljenje gibanja servomotorja.
Keywords:Programabilni logični krmilnik, servomotor, avtomatizacija procesov, vmesnik človek-stroj
Place of publishing:Maribor
Place of performance:Krško
Publisher:[N. Vučićević]
Year of publishing:2023
Number of pages:XVII, 61 str.
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-84273 New window
UDC:621.3.077.2:681.5(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:159713283 New window
Publication date in DKUM:25.07.2023
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Downloads:60
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License:CC BY 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
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Licensing start date:12.05.2023

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Language:English
Title:Servo motor control using programmable logic controller and human-machine interface
Abstract:The idea of the thesis is to create an application for controlling servo motors. The movement is performed by an Omron R88M servo motor controlled by an Omron R88D driver. The driver controls the Omron NJ501-1300 PLC. As part of this, Weintek's HMI touch screen is used to enter all the values, on which all the functions of the application are displayed. The machine also consists of a sliding frame that houses servo motors and 3D printed heads for better movement observation. The paper describes the process of writing a PLC program in the Sysmac Studio development environment and how to control the servo converters for a specific motor so that the motor performs the required movement. The paper describes in detail the process of connecting and parameterizing the servo converter when controlling via PLC. The application consists of several parts, through testing we found that the system and engines meet the set goals. A part of the larger program is also described, in which the segments for controlling the servo converter are explained. The paper also describes the function blocks for controlling the movement of the servo motor.
Keywords:Programmable logic controller, servomotor, human-machine interface, process automation


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