Microstepping Driver

April 26, 2007
The MForce MicroDrive accepts a 12 to 48-Vdc input voltage range and comes in the following versions: microstepping; motion control with intelligent programmable-motion controller; speed control with built-in programmable-velocity control; and CANopen communication protocol.

Microstepping Driver

The microstepping driver's per-phase output current of 2-A rms, 2.8-A peak lets it control size 8 to 34 motors. The unit accepts up to 20 resolution settings from full to 256 µsteps/full step, and operates at –40 to 85°C.

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

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