Posted on April 1, 2006 - ( views)
The DCS4020 bipolar chopper drive is designed for development projects. All that is required is to connect power supply and motor and the drive is ready. Motor current is set using an on-board potentiometer; no external current setting resistors are required. The drive provides basic motor controls including full- or half-stepping of bipolar steppers, directional control, and output enable control. An oscillator circuit, which is supplied as standard, has an on-board speed control potentiometer. External input/output signals allow for the complete remote control of all drive functions.
57, Rue Des Vignerons
For closed-loop position correction capability
With integrated drive
Designed for miniature mechatronic systems
To position heavy loads
Specifically for high moment loads
For high-end motion control applications
Includes stepper motor linear actuator
Saves space in multi-axis stepper applications
Up to 64 mm stroke length
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