Stepping motor drive / A-NDC 06.V / 6A / 75Vdc

Item number: 76634

Stepping motor drive / A-NDC 06.V / 6A / 75Vdc

Category: Stepping motor drives


149,90 €

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Description

Introduction
- New series of bipolar microstep stepping motor drives, specifically developed for applications sensitive to acoustic noise and vibration.
- Significant evolution of the NDC series, preserving backward mechanical, electrical and applicative compatibility.
- Target: advanced applications requiring high precision, smoothness of movement and low acoustic noise.

Highlights
- Full digital microstepping drive.
- Adaptive microstepping up to 12.800 step/rev (1/64).
- Intelligent management of the current profile that achieves good results in terms of smoothness of movement, low noise and vibration control.
- A highly sophisticated control system, preserving anyhow the traditional ease of use of R.T.A. drives.

Technical Specifications
- Version: open frame drive in 101 x 94 x 25 mm, equipped with screw-type connectors.
- Range of operating voltages: 24-85 VDC.
- Range of current: 1.9-6 Amps. Setting up to eight possible values by means of a dip-switch.
- Microstepping: 400, 800, 1.600, 3.200, 6.400 and 12.800 steps/revolution. Setting by means of a dip- switch.
- Management of the current profile setting by means of a dip-switch.
- Automatic current reduction at motor standstill.
- Protections:
1. Protection against under-voltage and over-voltage.
2. Protection against a short-circuit at motor outputs.
3. Overtemperature protection with thermal sensor.
- Electronic damping facility for further acoustic noise and mechanic vibrations reduction. Adaptive microstepping.
- Optoinsulated inputs to ensure best EM noise immunity.


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