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Stepper Motor Driver includes onboard DIP switches.Lin Engineering Santa Clara, CA 95054
Mar 11, 2013 With selectable step resolutions from Full stepping to 256x microstepping, Model R325P is capable of stepping typical 1.8° motor over 51,000 steps per revolution. Driver provides output currents from 0.3–3.0 A peak while handling +12 to 48 Vdc of input voltage. Unit features current reduction capability with adjustable current and timeout settings, 3 optically isolated inputs, and 1 optically isolated control output that can be used for step, direction, disable/enable, and fault detection.
Brushless DC Motors reach speeds over 4,000 rpm.Lin Engineering Santa Clara, CA 95054
Sep 24, 2012 Offered in 4 body lengths of 1.7, 2.4, 3.2, and 3.9 in., NEMA 17 Brushless DC Motors are capable of peak torque up to 82 oz-in., depending on stack size. Units are available with various modifications, including shaft modifications, special cabling and connectors, spur and planetary gearboxes, and optical encoders. Motors are suitable for users that prefer velocity control with analog input and do not need holding torque.
Brushless DC Motors can achieve speeds of up to 4,000 rpm.Lin Engineering Santa Clara, CA 95054
Jan 20, 2010 Available in 1.7, 2.4, 3.2, and 3.9 in. body lengths, NEMA 17 Brushless DC (BLDC) motors suit applications requiring high speed and high dynamic torque. They offer quiet and smooth operation regardless of speed range, and can deliver up to 106 oz-in of peak torque, depending on stack size. Motors are available with custom shaft and winding variations to meet specific speed/torque/voltage requirements.
Brushless DC Motors produce up to 190 oz-in. of peak torque.Lin Engineering Santa Clara, CA 95054
Dec 18, 2009 Available in 2, 2.80, 3.60, and 4.53 in. stack lengths, NEMA 23 BLDC motors suit applications requiring high speed and high dynamic torque. They offer optimal performance speed range of 300-4,000 rpm and provide quiet operation, regardless of speed range. Motors also suit applications requiring velocity control with analog input.
Microstepping Motor Driver can be configured via computer.Lin Engineering Santa Clara, CA 95054
Sep 09, 2009 Measuring over 3.3 in. long and 1.3 in. high, model R525 is capable of outputting up to 5 A peak current and handling up to 75 Vdc. It can be used with all NEMA 8, 11, and 17 motor motors, and is also compatible with many NEMA 23 and NEMA 34 motors. With built-in RS485 communication, unit offers configurable settings including step resolution, run current, hold current, damping modes, as well as selection of sensing step pulses on rising edge or falling edge.
Microstepping Driver/Controller handles 12-40 Vdc of input.Lin Engineering Santa Clara, CA 95054
Aug 06, 2008 Delivering up to 3 A of peak current, Model R356 supports microstepping resolutions ranging from 2x to 256x to enable up to 51,200 miniature steps for every full revolution (or 360°) on bipolar, 1.8° stepper motor. It includes fully programmable ramps/speeds, software selectable hold and move currents, 4 user configurable digital I/Os, and 2 dedicated inputs. RS485 communication allows commands to be issued from Windows® based HyperTerminal® program or from Lin Control GUI.
Step Motor is RoHS compliant.Lin Engineering Santa Clara, CA 95054
May 21, 2008 Capable of up to 85 oz-in. of holding torque depending on stack size of motor, SilverPak 17D is 2 phase, 1.8° NEMA 17 motor with integrated microstepping driver. Available in 2.69, 2.92, and 3.24 in. body lengths, features include operating voltage range from 12-24 Vdc, phase current range from 0.25-2.0 A peak, step resolutions from full stepping to 16x microstepping, optically isolated step, direction, and disable/enable inputs, and under-voltage and over-temperature protection.
Microstepping Driver/Controller is RoHS-compliant.Lin Engineering Santa Clara, CA 95054
Mar 26, 2008 Capable of step resolutions ranging from 2x to 256x, Model R256-RO operates from +12 to 40 Vdc and phase current ranges from 0.1-2.0 A peak. It features fully programmable ramps and speeds, software selectable hold/move currents, 2 user configurable digital I/Os, 1 optical sensor for homing, and 1 switch closure to ground. With ability to store up to 16 different programs at once using built-in 4 KB of memory, unit can be used stand alone with no PC connection required.
Microstepping Driver complies with RoHS standards.Lin Engineering Santa Clara, CA 95054
Feb 05, 2008 Model R208 can provide up to 2.0 A of phase current to any bipolar step motor and change amount of holding current applied to motor. Along with option of setting micro stepping resolution from full step, half step, ¼ step, to 1/8 step, driver can utilize 12-24 Vdc power supply to produce constant sinusoidal current waveforms. It features optically isolated step, direction, and disable inputs and can also recognize step pulses from controller from rising or falling edge.
Microstepping Drivers comply with RoHS standards.Lin Engineering Santa Clara, CA 95054
Aug 17, 2007 Operating from 24-80 Vdc, bipolar Models R701 and R710 supply phase currents ranging from 1-7 A. They feature 10x microstepping, selectable current reduction of 33%, step frequency of 200 kHz, and optically isolated step, direction, and disable/enable inputs. For users needing minimized vibration and smooth performance, units include onboard trimpots that can be adjusted to alter current waveform coming out of motor and going into step motor coils.
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