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Stepper Motor Driver DQ542MA

DQ542MA is a type of two-phase hybrid stepping motor driver, the drive voltage of which is from 18VDC to 50VDC. It is designed for use with 2-phase hybrid...
14-00069322
Volumetric weight: 0.3kgs
Company: Wantai Motors
Made in: China
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DESCRIPTION

DQ542MA is a type of two-phase hybrid stepping motor driver, the drive voltage of which is from 18VDC to 50VDC. It is designed for use with 2-phase hybrid stepper motor of all kinds with 42mm to 86mm outside diameter and less than 4.0A phase current. This circuit that it adopts is similar to the circuit of servo control which enables the motor run smoothly almost without noise and vibration. Holding torque when DQ542MA run under high speed is also significantly higher than the other two-phase driver, what’s more, the positioning accuracy is also higher. It is widely used in middle and big size numerical control devices such as curving machine, CNC machine, Computer embroider machine, packing machines and so on.

SPECIFICATIONS

Driver Type:
  • Stepper
Max. Current per Channel:
4A

EXTRA SPECIFICATIONS

  • Input voltage 18 - 50VDC
  • Input current < 4A
  • Output current 1.0A~4.2A
  • Consumption:80W
  • Internal Insurance:6A
  • Working Temperature -10~45℃;
  • Stocking temperature -40℃~70℃
  • Humidity No condensation, no water droplets

FEATURES

  • High performance, low price
  • Average current control, 2-phase sinusoidal output current drive
  • Supply voltage from 18VDC to 50VDC
  • Opto-isolated signal I/O
  • Overvoltage, under voltage, overcurrect, phase short circuit protection
  • 15 channels subdivision and automatic idle-current reduction
  • 8 channels output phase current setting
  • Offline command input terminal
  • Motor torque is related to speed, but not related to step/revolution
  • High start speed
  • High holding torque under high speed

Dimensions

  • 118 x 86 x 35mm
  • Weight: 300gr

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