Drive stepper motor controller takes 75VDC input and outputs up to 3.85A RMS
Programming the drive is done through the use of on-screen buttons instead of complicated command sets or other proprietary programming languages. The software allows the system designer to easily troubleshoot programs that use line-by-line or multiple line program execution using the interactive debug feature. Inputs and outputs also can be simulated in software before ever connecting actual I/O hardware. Technical specifications for the PCM7539X include programmable current control, 12VDC to 75VDC input voltage, drive current per phase of 3.85A RMS plus a 30% “current boost” function for use during ramping, 8 digital I/O points, and memory for up to 75 stored motion control programs.
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