Over-voltage, under-voltage, over-temp, internal motor shorts (phase-to-phase, phase-to-ground)
Idle Current Reduction
Switch selectable for reduction to 50% or 90% of running current
0 - 40°C (32 - 104°F) when mounted to a suitable heatsink
Advanced digital current control provides excellent high speed torque
Speeds up to 3000 rpm
Measures motor parameters to configure current control and anti-resonance gain settings
Optional 1000 line external encoder
Step Input STEP+/-
Inputs: optically isolated, 5 - 24 volts, min. pulse width 250 ns., max. pulse frequency 2 MHz; motor executes one step on the falling edge of the STEP input signal
Direction Input DIR+/-
Inputs: optically isolated, 5 - 24 volts, min. pulse width 50 μs, max. pulse frequency 2 MHz; direction of rotation is controlled by the DIR input state
Enable Input EN+/-
Inputs: optically isolated, 5 - 24 volts, min. pulse width 100 us., max. pulse frequency 10 KHz; enables or disables the drive amplifier
Open Collector, 30 volts, 100 mA max, max. pulse frequency 10 KHz; closes when the drive encounters an error, open when the drive is operating normally
Running current - output current is set by SW1 & SW2 with a total of 4 settings: 50%, 70%, 90% and 100% of the running current.
Idle Current - can be set by SW3 for 50% of running value to reduce motor and drive heating, or for 90% when a high holding torque is required.
Self test - set by SW4 to check the physical operation of the motor.
Input Noise Filter - set by SW5 this filters out unwanted electrical noise. The frequency of the filter can be set to 150KHz or 2MHz.
Step Smoothing Filter - also called microstep emulation, smooth motion can be obtained from coarse command signals by setting SW6 to ON.
Anti-Resonance/Electronic Damping - setting SW7 for the proper inertia load, low (OFF) or high (ON), can greatly improve the motor’s performance.
Step Pulse Type - SW8 allows the motor to be used with either CW/CCW pulse type command signals (ON), or STEP/DIR pulse type signals (OFF).
Microstep resolution - SW9, SW10, SW11, and SW12 set the microstep resolution at one of 16 settings: 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800, 25600, 1000, 2000, 4000, 5000, 8000, 10000, 20000, or 25000 steps/rev.