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  • Parker Hannifin Corporation

    Parker Motion Control Systems offers a variety of stepper and micro-stepping drives, including: OEMZL, ION Series, Gemini GT, E-DC, and E-AC. OEMZL drives have voltage ratings ranging from 2 to 6 Amps and feature damping ratios of up to 0.2. ION Series motors are capable of up to 2 Amps and 3200 steps per rev. of stepper resolution. Gemini GT drives provide two power ranges for up to 8 Amps of continuous current and feature a step and direction (cw/ccw) mode. E-DC drives are designed for motor inductance ranges from 0.2 to 80 mH, and they range in Amps from 0.2 to 4.8. E-AC drives are designed for motor inductance ranges from 0.5 to 80 mH, and they range in Amps from 0.02 to 3.5.

  • Anaheim Automation

    Anaheim Automation offers a variety of input stepper drives, including: DC, AC transformer, and 120/220 VAC input. Drives range from 200 to 12800 steps per revolution, a voltage requirement ranging from 7 to 250 VAC, and current ranges from 0.5 to 12.5 Amps. Styles offered include: modular, bilevel, small size, line-powered, three-axis, four-axis, etc. CE certification and RoHS compliance is available for certain models.

  • Schneider Electric Motion USA

    Schneider Electric Motion USA offers a variety of stepper driver configurations, including: MicroLynx, MForce, IM Ultraminiature, IM Series, and IB Series. MicroLynx integrated microstepping driver/motion controllers feature an input voltage range from +12 to +75 VDC and a mounting screw torque ranging from 5 to 7 lb-in. MForce compact microstepping drivers feature integrated encoder/controller options.. IM ultraminiature (PCB mount) microstepping drivers come with a VDC range from +12 to +75. IM Series panel mounted microstepping drivers feature a voltage rating of up to +75 VDC, and an Amp rating ranging from 3 to 5. IB Series IB462He drivers have an input voltage range from +12 to +48 VDC, and an output current ranging from 0.1 to 2.0 Amps.

  • Nippon Pulse America

    Nippon Pulse America offers stepper motor chip level drivers. These chips come in two configurations: NP2671 and NP3775. Chips have a maximum motor operating voltage ranging from 45 to 60 Vdc, full/half excitation modes, an operating temperature range from -40 to +145°C, and a 14-24 pin packaging type.

  • Copley Controls Corp.

    Copley Controls Corp. offers StepNet and StepNet PLUS digital drives for stepper motor applications. Drive features include: input voltage ratings ranging from 20 to 240 VDC, ±10v position/velocity/torque, a digital quad A/B encoder, a CANopen configuration, etc. Drives have inputs ranging from 10 to 20 and outputs ranging from 4 to 6.

  • Kollmorgen Corp.

    Kollmorgen offers PS6400 and P7000 Series stepper drives. PS6400 Series are modular, high performance microstepping drives. These drives feature: patented digital electronic damping, four built-in potentiometers, a resolution of up to 51,200 steps per revolution, an output current range from 0.625 to 7.1 Amps, and an input voltage range from 24 to 75 VDC. P7000 Series microstepping drives have applications for 2 phase NEMA step motors. Drives feature: a motor inductance range from 2 to 200 mH, a speed range from 0 to 50 Rev/Sec, a maximum shaft power of 525 W, a continuous current range from 2.5 to 7.1 Amps, and an input voltage of up to 240 VAC.

  • National Instruments Corp.

    National Instruments Corp. offers stepper motor drives. Drives come with a 1, 2, or 4-axis configuration, and they have input voltages of up to 240 VAC or 75 VDC. Other drive features include: a compact enclosure size, panel/rack mounting, encoderless stall detection, anti-resonance filtering, dynamic smoothing, microstepping from 200-50,000 steps/revolution, etc.

  • Amci

    AMCI offers a variety of stepper motor drivers with VDC ratings up to 75 and VAC ratings up to 230. The AMCI ANG1(E) stepper motion driver features: 4 Arms/5.6A peak, an integrated stepper driver/controller, DIN rail mounting, an open or closed loop operation, 1-6 axes of motion control, and Modbus TCP/Ethernet/IP incorporation.

  • ElectroCraft

    ElectroCraft offers CompletePower stepper drive products for motion control applications. These stepper drives have voltages ranging from 11 to 48 VDC, power ratings ranging from 5 to 480W, and control modes of 40 kHz. Other features include: easy installation, easy-to-use switches, and a DC input power.

  • Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions

    Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions offers stepper motor drivers in a vriety of configurations, including: half step, chopper driver, bipolar drive, unipolar drive, L/R drives, chopper drives, and microstepping drives. IDEA programmable stepper motion controllers feature an 8 opto-isolated digital I/O, USB/RS-485 communication protocols, GUI programming, stand-alone or integrated linear actuators, current ratings of up to 3.85A, etc.

  • Precision Motion Controls

    Precision Motion Controls offers microstepping drives/indexers in a variety of configurations, including: LN2 Series low EMI noise, LNX Series low EMI noise, PWX Series 155 VAC input, VS Series 115 VAC, HVS Series 115/230 VAC, and SMD Series DC input. LN2 Series low EMI noise microstepping drives feature: speeds to 50 rev/sec, torques from 60 to 380 in-oz, a current programmable in 39 ma. increments up to 2.5 Amps, and 51200-400 steps per revolution.

  • Trio Motion Technology Ltd.

    Trio Motion Technology Ltd. offers stepper motion coordinators for motion control applications. These coordinators feature a 2 Mhz/500 kHz maximum step rate, an open collector boost, and position verification options. Product offerings include: MC224, MC206X, PCI208, Euro205x, MC206X, MC302X, etc