3 Phase Stepper controller
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3 Phase Stepper controller 3ND583

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3 Phase Stepper controller

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The 3DM583 is a versatility fully digital stepping driver based on a DSP with advanced control algorithm. It brings a unique level of system smoothness, providing optimum torque and nulls mid-range instability. Motor self-test and parameter auto-setup technology offers optimum responses with different motors and easy-to-use. The driven motors can run with much smaller noise, lower heating, smoother movement than most of the drives on the markets. Its unique features make the 3DM683 an ideal solution for applications that require low-speed smoothness.

  • High performance, low noise and lost cost   
  • Low driver heating and low motor heating 
  • Supply voltage up to 50 VDC 
  • Output current up to 8.3A (RMS 5.9A) 
  • Input signal TTL compatible 
  • Automatic idle-current reduction 
  • Suitable for 3-phase stepping motors, including 3 lead and 6 lead motors
  • Optically isolated differential input signals, pulse frequency up to 300 KHz
  • 8 selectable resolutions up to 10000 steps/rev
  • DIP switch current setting with 16 different values
  • PUL/DIR & CW/CCW modes optional
  • Over-voltage, short-voltage, over-current and short-circuit protection
  • Small size for easy mounting

 

The 3ND583 is a high resolution 3-phase microstepping driver based on precision current control technology. It’s suitable for driving 3-phase hybrid stepping motors from NEMA size 17 to 34. By using the advanced pure-sinusoidal current control technology, both the noise and vibration of the stepping motor have been greatly reduced, which makes the stepping motors offer servo-like performances. Compared to the 3MD560, it’s lighter and smaller, and compared to most of the microstepping drivers in the market, both driver heating and motor heating have been reduced by 15-30%.

Selecting Microstep Resolution and Drive Output Current

The 3ND583 uses an 8-bit DIP switch to set motor dynamic current, standstill current and microstep resolution, as shown below:

 

Microstep Resolution Selection

Microstep resolution is set by SW6, 7, 8 of the DIP switch as shown in the following table:

 

Steps/rev.(for 1.2o motor)

SW6

SW7 SW8

200

on

on on

400

off

on on

500

on

off on
1000

off

off on
2000

on

on off
4000 off on off
5000

on

off off
10000 off off off

Current Settings


 

The first four bits (SW1, 2, 3, 4) of the DIP switch are used to set the dynamic current. Select a setting closest to your motor’s required current.

Peak Current

RMS Current

SW1

SW2

SW3

SW4

2.1A

1.5A

off

off

off

off

2.5A

1.8A

on

off

off

off

2.9A

2.1A

off

on

off

off

3.2A

2.3A

on

on

off

off

3.6A

2.6A

off

off

on

off

4.0A

2.9A

on

off

on

off

4.5A

3.2A

off

on

on

off

4.9A

3.5A

on

on

on

off

5.3A

3.8A

off

off

off

on

5.7A

4.1A

on

off

off

on

6.2A

4.4A

off

on

off

on

6.4A

4.6A

on

on

off

on

6.9A

4.9A

off

off

on

on

7.3A

5.2A

on

off

on

on

7.7A

5.5A

off

on

on

on

8.3A

5.9A

on

on

on

on

 


Note:
Due to motor inductance, the actual current in the coil may be smaller than the dynamic current setting, particularly under high speed condition.

Connector P1 Configurations

 

Pin Function

Details

PUL+(+5V)

Pulse signal: In single pulse (pulse/direction) mode, this input represents pulse signal, effective for each rising edge or falling edge (set by inside jumper J1); 4-5V when PUL-HIGH, 0-0.5V when PUL-LOW. In double pulse mode (pulse/pulse) this input represents clockwise (CW) pulse. For reliable response, pulse width should be longer than 1.5μs. Series connect resistors for current-limiting when +12V or +24V used.

PUL-(PUL)

DIR+(+5V)

DIR signal: In single-pulse mode, this signal has low/high voltage levels, representing two directions of motor rotation; in double-pulse mode (set by inside J1), this signal is counter-clock (CCW) pulse, effective for low level. For reliable motion response, DIR signal should be ahead of PUL signal by 5μs at least. 4-5V when DIR-HIGH, 0-0.5V when DIR-LOW.

DIR-(DIR)

ENA+(+5V)

Enable signal: This signal is used for enabling/disabling the driver. High level (NPN control signal, PNP and Differential control signals are on the contrary, namely Low level for enabling.) for enabling the driver and low level for disabling the driver.. Usually left UNCONNECTED (ENABLED).

ENA-(ENA)



 

Connector P2 Configurations

 

Pin Function

Details

GND

DC power ground.

VDC

DC power supply, (20~50)VDC, Including voltage fluctuation and EMF voltage.

U

Motor Phase U

V Motor Phase V
W Motor Phase W
3 Phase Stepper 3ND583