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Article number: 1511164

Category: Servo amplifier

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  • Motor controller up to 20A
  • Compact four-quadrant controller for: Stepper motors
  • CAN interface (Protocol DS301, Device profile DS402)
  • integrated digital inputs
  • integrated analog inputs
  • Overvoltage, undervoltage and overtemperature monitoring
  • Device status notification with the help of 3 LEDs (Power, Status, Error)
  • Easily programmable due to built-in MPU (Motion Process Unit)

Technical data

Name Value
   Absolute maximum rating (destruction limits)
      - Power supply voltage Up
         no polarity reversal protection
   80 V
      - Continuous Electronic supply voltage Ue
         no polarity reversal protection
   33 V
      - Short term peak voltage < 1s Ue
         no polarity reversal protection
   37 V

      - Electronic supply voltage Ue    9..30 V
      - Power supply voltage Up    9..60 V
      - Max. output current    20 A
      - Continuous output current @ Up=24V*2    7 A
      - Continuous output current @ Up=48V*2    6 A
      - Output voltage    85% Up

   Motor types
      - DC motors    no
      - BLDC motors    no
      - Linear motors    no
      - Stepper motors    yes

      - Size LxWxH    110 x 22.5 x 77 mm

   CAN bus
      - Protocol    DS301
      - Device profile    DS402
      - Galvanically isolated    no

   Auxiliary voltage
      - Output voltage    5 V
      - Max. output current    0.2 A

   Digital inputs
      - Number    4 (Din0..3)

   Analog inputs
      - Number    1 (Ain0)
      - Signal type    0..10 V, 12 Bit, single ended

Modifications and errors excepted.

*¹ power amplifier switched off, 5V output (sensor supply) is free
*² connector cable with max. possible cable cross-section, ambient temperature 40 °C (t > 40 °C derating)
no guarantee, since value is determined empirical, please consider the application notes to determine the continuous current

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