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Offline Robhi

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About Nema motors or other type
« on: December 06, 2007, 08:12:49 AM »
hello,

I do not know if i can ask some information here or not, at any rate am sorry if I can not.

what I like to know, Please, that I have the following drive:-


The XS-3525/8S-4 Stepper Motor Driver Board (Ver 4.00) $175.00

The Perfect Choice For Your Sherline or Taig Four Axis CNC Retrofit

Four axis bipolar drive
±2.5 Amp/Phase PWM controlled drives
up to 35 Volt (w/BEMF)
FULL, HALF, QUARTER, & EIGHTH step/Full Step
Built-in DC-DC Converter for 5 Volt Logic
Filtered and Buffered STEP & DIR Signals
Built-in Break-out:Screw Terminals for Unused Parallel Port I/O
Synchronous Rectification
Internal UVLO and Thermal Shutdown circuitry
Easy connect for most popular Step/Direction control software
Small Size: 5.65" X 2.85"
I would like to to have this type of motors. is it OK? Could they be used with such type of drive? Or I will have prob with?
thanks in advace for your answers

 220Ncm - 10mm Shaft - Hybrid Stepper Motor

 
SPECIAL OFFER at only £22.95!!!!
Normally £39.50

VAT Included, P&P £3.95

Arc Code AC571157525M
Type Hybrid Stepper
Holding Torque 220Ncm
Step Angle 1.8°
Rated Voltage 7.5V
Rated Current 2.5A/Phase
No. of Wires 8
Size 57x57x115mm
Shaft Dia. 10mm
Shaft Length (Front) 30mm
Shaft Length (Rear) 30mm
Net Weight 1.74kg

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Offline jimpinder

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Re: About Nema motors or other type
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2007, 12:50:50 PM »
Robhi -

I am using the same motors from Arc Euro Trade and they do the job. I am running a Warco Lathe/Mill with them (one of the big ones, not the small one. - 3.5 inch throw etc.

The spec you have quoted for the card would seem to fit the bill - the motors take 2.5amp. I power my cards with 24 volts from a pair of traction batteries (I just happened to have them, but they work well). The rest of the spec seems OK.

I have also used Stepmaster cards ( but I burnt these out and replacements were slow to come) and I am now using Routout CNC cards and breakout board. ( I use seperate single motor cards so that if one fails I still can use the other two) Routout sell the three cards and breakout board as a job lot.

If Arc Euro Trade is having a sale, I'll get another motor for my milling head.

Jim Pinder
Not me driving the engine - I'm better looking.