Stepper motor driver supports a range of industrial Ethernet and fieldbus network protocols and dedicated serial command language (SCL) for efficient network communication over Ethernet (UDP or TCP) and RS-485. This new stepper motor driver has launched by Applied Motion Products at the international packaging Expo.
Accepting advanced commands over a network connection, STF stepper motor drivers provide system designers and machine builders with the flexibility to control stepping motors using the network protocols they choose. These advanced stepper motor drivers simplify programming by incorporating motion control functions into the application software of the main logic or machine controller, rather than on a separate axis.
These DC-driven micro-step drivers also run stored programs created in the Q programming language of Applied Motion Products. Q programming provides a range of motion configuration files, multitasking, mathematical functions, conditional processing, data register operations, and more robust but simple, text-based programming languages. Operators can use STF Configurer software to configure drives and create Q programs that can be downloaded free of charge from the Applied Motion website.
STF stepper motor driver is designed for the working range of two-phase stepper motor. STF stepper motor provides advanced current control and anti-resonance algorithm, electronic suppression of motor and system resonance, to improve the smoothness of the motor and maximum torque in a wide range of speed. Torque ripple smoothing reduces motor noise and vibration. Stepper motors perform faster, quieter, smoother, and more accurately with STF stepper motor driver.