The R525 microstepping step-motor driver measures just over 3.3 inches long and 1.3 inches high, making it easy to accommodate in most systems. It’s capable of outputting a 5-A peak current and handling up to 75 V DC. The driver can be used with all NEMA 8, 11, and 17 motors, and is compatible with many NEMA 23 and NEMA 34 motors as well. Built-in RS485 communication simplifies configuring the R525 unit. The driver is connected to a computer and configured via the company’s graphical user interface (GUI) called LinDriver. Configurable settings include step resolution, run current, hold current, damping modes for smoother motion, and selection of sensing the step pulses on the rising edge or falling edge. LIN ENGINEERING, Santa Clara, CA. (408) 919-0200.
Company: LIN ENGINEERING
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