Motion controller for bipolar 2-phase stepper motors.
The compact housing is made of aluminum. It contains a top hat rail mount and a front cover with all interfaces for better overview in the control cabinet. The technician will note the convenience while working at the bus cabling. You can also set module address and baud rate in short time via DIP-switch.
All connected stepper motors are current-controlled. Either 24 V or 48 V stepper motors with up to 10 A can be dealt with. The current in each phase is separately controlled. Finally, standby current can be adjusted to the nominal current between 0 and 100%.
You can switch between full, half and micro-step. There is an incremental encoder with a resolution of 16 Bit available as well.
The current limit can be configured and saved as a basis value, avoiding errors in the calculation. Like all our controlling devices SMC100 also contains an emergency-stop function which is activated as soon as it registers a lack of bus communication.
- Control of 2 bipolar 2-phase stepper motors
- Phase current of up to 10 A
- 4 galvanically isolated inputs and outputs
- CAN interface according to DIN ISO 11898
- Own intelligence for self-regulation and data organisation
- Free configuration and saving of operating data
- Compact IP20 case with integrated top hat rail
115 mm × 45 mm × 118 mm
Aluminum case with IP20
Operating: 0°C to 60°C
Storage: –10°C to 70°C
Power supply of motors
Separated, 24 V/48 V DC up to max. 10 A
Texas Instruments TMS320 DSP
CANopen according to DS 402
4 dig. inputs / 4 dig. outputs, galvanically isolated, opt. 1 Encoder interface
1/1, 1/2, Micro-step
24 V DC/ 48 V DC
1 × LED green for power supply (5 V)
1 × LED green for operation mode (Run)
1 × LED red for error status (Err)