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Modes of Operation for QuickStep Integrated Stepper Motors


Choose between wireless Bluetooth, WLAN or Industrial Ethernet Profinet, Ethernet/IP, EtherCAT, Powerlink, MODBUS TCP/IP, SERCOS III, RS485 and PLC built-in are standard. 8IOA, SSI and pulse/direction




Industrial Ethernet Profinet, Ethernet/IP, EtherCAT, Powerlink, MODBUS TCP/IP, SERCOS III . Built in dual port Ethernet switch for simple wiring and cost reduction. Read more
SSI (RS485) Build in SSI interface for external incremental or absolute encoder. 5V balanced signals. Read more
CANBUS CANbus DS-301 with heartbeat/Node guarding/sync etc. Read more
MODBUS (RS485) RS485 interface for serial 2Mbit daisy chain communication for low cost solution. Read more
MACTALK (RS485) RS485 interface for live diagnostics, setup and user programming. Read more
PLC 8 input/output/analogue input allow highly advanced functions via the build in PLC. Read more
Gear Mode (RS422)
In this mode the QuickStep motor functions as in a step motor driver. The motor moves one step each time a voltage pulse is applied to the step-pulse input. Velocity, acceleration and deceleration are determined by the external frequency, but can be limited and controlled by the QuickStep motor. In addition, the QuickStep motor also provides a facility for electronic gearing at a keyed-in ratio.
Serial Mode (RS485)
In this mode the QuickStep motor’s registers contain the positions, velocities, accelerations, etc., required for the actual system. The registers can be selected and executed by a single byte sent via the serial interface. This mode provides maximum utilization of the QuickStep motor’s features since the QuickStep motor itself takes care of the entire positioning sequence.

Position and velocity Mode (RS485)
With command sent over the serial interface can position and velocity be changed. Various operating parameters can be changed continuously while the motor is running. This mode of operation is used primarily in systems where the Controller is permanently connected to a PC/PLC via the interface. It is also well suited for setting up and testing. The mode is also used when programming is made.

Outputs Up to 8 pcs high side for relay, PLC or brake control. 24VDC PNP high power 0,4A (peak 0,9A) each. Short circuit and reverse protected.
Inputs Up to 8 pcs 24VDC logic inputs that can we used for limit switch, homing, position capture, enable input, pulse/dir.
Analogue input Up to 8 pcs 0-5V 12bit that can we used in program for analogue to speed or position. Protected up to +-30VDC.
RS422 Input used for connection of external encoder, AB incremental signal or pulse and direction signal. 5VDC balanced signal A+.A-,B+.B-


 

 

 
 
 
 

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