Follow Download instructions to install Quicklaunch on your computer from the Bison Gear website at www.bisongear.com
• Remove motor from box and connect power cord into a receptacle (The default power receptacle is for 115VAC 50/60 Hz) (See 1) • Connect USB cable from your computer to the USB receptacle on the back of ServoNOW (See 2) • Plug the motor into a power source. •Do Not Connect any load to the motor at this time. Let the shaft run free of load
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With the USB cable and power cable connected, you can start the Quicklaunch by double clicking on the Quicklaunch ICON or Shortcut if you made one. You’ll know that Quicklaunch is working by looking at the top blue border that will state “Polling for connected motor configuration”,
and by looking at the green status bar as it polls the motor.
• Wait about 20 seconds for Quicklaunch to retrieve the motor data by looking at the green status bar. • Once the motor data is retrieved, the Top Blue border with state “connected to 34I08‐HT or any other ServoNOW motor model that is connected”
• And you will now be able to use Quicklaunch
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DEMOing the ServoNOW System
Screen1 The initial screen of QuickLaunch on your computer is the Motor Demo and Application Setup Screen (Screen1) Click on the “DEMO” Button ABOVE
The DEMO Screen will appear TITLED “Test Motor” 3 of 27
This screen allows you to quickly DEMO the motor in four different modes and observe motor response to input commands. To accomplish the DEMO: Click on the desired servo mode (See #1 Screen2 above) Smooth Position will cause a slow S curve acceleration to a stored maximum position when the motor is enabled.
Smooth Speed will cause a long acceleration to a stored maximum velocity when the motor is enabled. Fast Position will cause a fast S curve acceleration at a fast speed to a stored maximum position when the motor is enabled, and Fast Speed will cause a short S curve acceleration to a stored maximum velocity when the motor is enabled. • To enable the motor, Click on the Enable ICON (See #2 in Screen2 above), it will light a green border when active.
• Left Click and hold down your mouse on the blue bar of the servo command ICON and move your mouse to move the slider, or click and release in the white area to cause motor movement. (See #3 in the Screen2 above).
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• If you are holding the mouse down on the blue bar, slide the mouse up or down to a given point, or click it in the white areas to increase or decrease the value of the selected servo mode. •...