Stepmotor driver - Lin Engineering

Sept. 24, 2009
The R525 microstepping stepmotor driver is designed to reduce overall design time and system cost for stepmotor applications requiring high torque, power, and smooth motion.
The R525 microstepping stepmotor driver is designed to reduce overall design time and system cost for stepmotor applications requiring high torque, power, and smooth motion.The 3.3 × 1.3-in. driver can output up to 5 A peak current and handle up to 75 Vdc. With built-in RS-485 communication, the unit easily connects to a computer and is configured using the company’s graphical-user interface. Configurable settings include step resolution, run current, hold current, damping modes for smoother motion, and selection of sensing the step pulses on the rising edge or falling edge.Lin Engineering, 1990 Russell Ave., Santa Clara, CA 95054, (408) 919-0200, www.linengineering.com

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