Applied Motion Products introduced its STF Series open loop microstepping drives featuring industrial Ethernet, CANopen and Modbus protocols.
These microstepping drives, depending upon the communication interface, include the ability to stream motion commands from the host controller or store complete programs which can be host controlled for multiple axis synchronisation.
In addition, a compliment of 8 digital inputs and 4 digital outputs provide local control of machine functions.
All STF drives include dual-port communications to enable daisy-chain connections for multiple drives, HMIs or other connected devices back to the host controller.
The drives are available in three power versions covering up to 3.0, 6.0 and 10.0 A/phase. The drive architecture includes advanced current control with anti-resonance and torque ripple smoothing that delivers maximum performance and optimal power over a wide speed range.
The panel mounted STF series includes protection for short circuit, over & under voltage, and over temperature. For installation convenience, all are DC powered – 12…48 VDC for the 3 A and 6 A versions and 24…70 VDC for the 10 A version.
Applied Motion Products, Inc.
404 Westridge Dr.
Watsonville, CA 95076
Tel: +1 (831) 761-6555
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