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Offline magitec

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JS1H - p1d file PWH js
« on: April 03, 2023, 07:06:29 PM »
hi, thanks for all the help so far. i now have the JS1 powered up with coms, but cant seem to find a p1d file for it,

JS1HNY-PWH-S-NNN-TSP2-U-41H-++
has application id - 70325209_70293492v110 _STM205RE

tried the JS1-H_Propel_Personality but no values show and nothing to change any parameters

thank you.
« Last Edit: April 03, 2023, 08:49:55 PM by magitec »

Offline tannnnn

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Re: JS1H - p1d file PWH js
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2024, 12:19:37 PM »
Hello,

I'm a new danfoss user and I need some help with the below:

Sorry in advance for the below message below:


The circuit I'm dealing with in my application include 1 x JS1H single axis PWM joystick, One pump having 2 x 24V proportional solenoid Valves A and B (for Right and Left) rotations respectively, and 1x ON/OFF Solenoid Valve for brake +24 Volts const. I've attached a basic schematic for clarification.

I want to set the joystick parameters to perform the below functions:
- Joystick in Forward: Energizes Solenoid Valve A (Proportionally control its flow) and at the same time energizes brake solenoid Valve with +24V (constant).
- Joystick in Reverse position: Energizes Solenoid Valve B (Proportionally control its flow) pin and at the same time energizes brake solenoid Valve with +24V (constant).
- Joystick in Neutral Position: Solenoid A,B and Brake Solenoid are all de-energized.

Is the above feasible with this joystick? A controller is required?

Thank you very much!

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Re: JS1H - p1d file PWH js
« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2024, 11:43:32 AM »
Sure tannnnn,

You can use 2 of the 4 Prop/MF-outs to control the two coils, for instance by using the compliance block for a H1P pump, or using your own logic to directly feed the outputs, and use one of the 2 digital outputs to release the brake whenever the PWM-output is not equal to 0.
One issue you'll see is that the output pin names are not the physical pin numbers, depending on the cable / connector option chosen.

If you have a joystick with two 12-pin connectors:
X100p15, X100p16, X100p17 and X100p18 are connected to Pin 1 to 4 on the black connector.
X100p10 is Connected to pin 8 on the black connector, X100p20 is connected to Pin 7 on the Black connector.
Don't forget to connect both Pin 1 and Pin 6 on the grey connector to ground, and get the supply on pin 2, 7, 8 and 9 on the grey connector!
« Last Edit: February 10, 2024, 11:55:15 AM by G30RG3 »