Microstepping Driver

Feb. 22, 2007
The MForce MicroDrive is a microstepping driver that operates from a 12-to-48-Vdc source supplying up to 2-A RMS (2.8 A peak) per phase.

The MForce MicroDrive is a microstepping driver that operates from a 12-to-48-Vdc source supplying up to 2-A RMS (2.8 A peak) per phase. Twenty resolution settings range from full to 256 µsteps/step over an operating temperature range from –40 to 85°C. It comes in several versions including microstepping motion controller with intelligent motion control, speed control with programmable velocity, and CANopen communication protocol.

Intelligent Motion Systems Inc.,
370 N. Main St., Box 457, Marlborough, CT 06447,
(860) 295-6102,
novantaims.com

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