Step motor+driver combo

Marlborough, Conn. —Consisting of a NEMA 17 size, 1.8°-step motor with integrated drive electronics in one unit—MDrive 17 offers design simplicity, minus the cost of an indexer on each motion axis. Onboard electronics eliminates the need to run motor cables through the driven machine.

06/01/2001


Marlborough, Conn. —Consisting of a NEMA 17 size, 1.8°-step motor with integrated drive electronics in one unit—MDrive 17 offers design simplicity, minus the cost of an indexer on each motion axis. Onboard electronics eliminates the need to run motor cables through the driven machine. MDrive 17's microstepping drive features 1/2 to 256 microsteps/step in up to 14 resolution settings. Setup parameters can be changed on the fly; also downloaded/stored in nonvolatile memory using a simple graphical user interface (GUI) supplied with the unit. No external switches or resistors are needed.

MDrive 17 operates from 12-48 V dc supply and comes in three stack lengths. Configurations include stand alone, single-shaft; standard motor with optical encoder; and Acme screw linear actuator. Pricing is $119.20 each in 100-piece lots.

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Intelligent Motion Systems Inc. Circle 424





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