Compact stepper motor

  • 08-Nov-2010 09:00 EST
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JVL’s integrated NEMA 34 stepper motor has an RS485 and CANopen serial interface and programmable motion controller as well as a length of 95 mm. All the necessary electronics in a stepper system are integrated in the motor. The controller features 819200 steps/revolution, resulting in a high level of smoothness and silent running. Three sizes are available: MIS340 with 3.0 N·m, length 95 mm; MIS341 with 6.1 N·m, length 126 mm; and MIS342 with 9.0 N·m, length 156 mm. The motor contains everything needed to solve a modern control task, either stand-alone or controlled from a programmable logic controller or PC. Eight I/O points can be individually configured to digital input, digital output, or analog input.

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