Integrated open-loop stepper motor -NEMA34



       Technical data

       General
Description
Host
PC,PLC,MCU
Support motor
2-phase stepper motor
The development environment
VC C# Labviwe VB Linux Python
The power supply voltage
DC12-48V
Output Current
3.5A L=65mm
4.0A L=80mm
5.0A L=118mm
5.5A L=156mm
Microsteppingt
0-256adjustable
Temp.Range
-20℃-80℃
Maximum pulse frequency
200K
Torque
2.4N.m L=65mm
3.3N.m L=80mm
5.9N.m L=118mm
8.6N.m L=156mm
Weight
2.3kg L=65mm
2.5kg L=80mm
3.8kg L=118mm
5.4kg L=156mm
Dimension
86mm*86mm
Durability
Over 20,000 hours

        The input
 General I/O
Description
IO function
Emergency stop input, brake control, digital input/output, analog input, factory reset, 5V output
The input specifications
Digital input voltage: 0-5V
Analog speed regulation input voltage: 0-3.3V
Emergency stop input voltage: 0-24V

        Control mode
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Description
Control mode
Position mode, speed mode, PV mode, PP mode, PVT mode, analog speed regulation, analog positioning, synchronous positioning
Mode switching
Specified instruction switching

       Communication
 
Description
Agreement
CANopen DS301/DS402
Baud rate
5K-1M bps

        Demension

        The torque curve

        download
CAD
.DWG
3D file
.STP
The user manual
Debug software
Development of the document
Certificate
CE

       Selection guide

       Main features
Function
Description
S-curve acceleration and deceleration automatic control
Support separate configuration of starting speed, stopping speed, acceleration and deceleration. Acceleration and deceleration support 8-gear control. Acceleration and deceleration simulation diagram is as follows
PVT multi-axis interpolation
It supports precise control of the position and speed of multiple axes on the same time coordinate, so that the end mechanism can realize straight line, arc and complex curve motion trajectory, as shown in the figure below
PP model
In the process of PP mode operation, a set of new parameters can be written by the host computer. It can be selected to smooth the transition from the previous operation parameters to the new parameters, or to run with the new parameters after the operation of the old parameters, as shown in the figure below