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Microstepping Drive

9018

Description

The Microstepping Drive is an optional Lab-Volt Electromechanical System (EMS) model designed for the study of stepper motor control. This machine uses industrial-grade components and is mounted in standard-size EMS module. It is used to control the Stepper Motor, Model 8244. The powerful microstepping amplifier provides high torque and smooth, quiet motion. The drive can be controlled using 24 V dc signals from another controller, such as the Programmable Logic Controller, Model 9066.

The Microstepping Drive accepts a wide range of motors due to its selectable current range. The Microstepping Drive is easy to configure, with on-board switches and potentiometers for all settings. Two modes of operation are available: Pulse and Direction Mode to control the motor using a source of step pulses, and Oscillator Mode to operate the motor directly with the Microstepping Drive and the external potentiometer mounted on the faceplate.

Two speed ranges are available and can be selected "on the fly" using a digital signal and with automatic ramping between speeds. An Enable input allows motor current to be shut off on command. A Tach Out signal allows easy measurement of speed. Overtemp, Overcurrent and surge protection are included.


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