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Roger Stanton03/08/2021 15:53:50
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Hello, My first post here, sorrry if its in the wrong section.

I have a HB961 digital readout and Ive tried for a few hours to locate an English datasheet or user manual without success, can anyone point me in the right direction or maybe supply a link or a PDF.

Thanks in Advance

Roger.

Steviegtr03/08/2021 22:36:02
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Is it a raster table counter. If so try this in a foreign language but all there.

Raster table counter pdf

Steve.

Roger Stanton04/08/2021 11:48:39
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Hi Steve, Many thanks for the datasheet, I can get some info' from it.

When I ordered it I asked them to enclose a datasheet, which they did, but it was in Chinese!!, an order coming from the UK, beats me.

If anyone has an English datasheet I would appreciate a copy please or a link to one.

Best Regards,

Roger

Michael Gilligan04/08/2021 16:29:18
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Posted by Steviegtr on 03/08/2021 22:36:02:

Is it a raster table counter. If so try this in a foreign language but all there.

Raster table counter pdf

Steve.

 

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DeepL seems to make a reasonable job of translating that

… here’s the first paragraph:

Input signal: mechanical contact, pulse (low: -30V~+0.6V high: +4V~+30V)
- External signals: photocell, mechanical contact, inductive sensor, encoder
- Output voltage for sensor supply: 5V DC, 24V DC 30mA - Possibility to set A ratio, B increment,
initial value C and change of decimal point.
- Saving the set parameters in case of power failure.
- Set of 14 output relay modes
- 3 input modes including ascending and descending counting, counting
with phase difference accounting (raster form)

 

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MichaelG.

Ref. https://www.deepl.com/translate

Edited By Michael Gilligan on 04/08/2021 16:30:24

An Other04/08/2021 17:56:49
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Hi Roger,

On Amazon, there is some limited data for this device, and if you scroll down there is a section marked 'Reviews with Images' - this includes a tiny two page data sheet in 'Engrish'. I was able to save this image, paste it into a LibreOffice document, then enlarge it to A4 page size. Naturally this ends up rather indistinct without further processing, but it is just readable - may be some help.

**LINK**

The first part of the 'chinese' document mentioned above is actually Bulgarian, and can be simply copied and pasted into Google Translate, when, as mentioned, it produces a reasonably intelligible output - Ii did try to copy it into here, but although Google produces a fairly well ordered text which is not difficult to read, it loses the formatting when pasted into this message, so difficult to read here.

Roger Stanton04/08/2021 20:08:00
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Hi Michael and An Other,

Many thanks to all, I've now have enough info' to get the unit programmed.

Regards to all.

Roger

Jacques Van Damme05/08/2021 22:34:49
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Hi Roger,

You can find the English user manual of the HB961 digital readout on this link:

HB961 counter

In MEW 305, the recent july 2021 issue, page 26, you will find in my contribution how to connect it with a wire encoder. I used it for a DRO for my Myford ML7R lathe, one for the X-axis and one for the Y-axis. They work fine.

Best Regards,

Jacques

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