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PoStep60-256 Stepper driver
PoStep60-256 Stepper driver
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PoStep60-256 Stepper Driver
$64.99
Introduction:

The PoStep60-256 is a stepper motor driver with 6.0 Amps Phase Current

Description:

PoStep60-256 Downloads & User Manual

  • up to 6.0 Amps Phase Current
  • Simple current, microstep and other settings with software via USB
  • Compatible with 4, 6, and 8 wire stepper motors of any voltage
  • +10 VDC to +50 VDC Power Supply
  • 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128 and 256 Micro-steps per Step
  • Mixed decay mode for smoother moving of motors
  • 3,3V and 5V logic compatible isolated inputs
  • 250 KHz Max Step Rate
  • 0 °C To 70 °C Operating Temperature
  • LED Power, VM, Status, Fault and Stal indicator
  • On board temperature sensor
  • Improved thermal managing
  • It can be driven from USB without controller
  • Small Size: 54 mm X 75 mm
  • Related Tutorials
    CNC Electronics Tutorial Image CNC Electronics and Wiring
    This tutorial will make you an expert in wiring CNC electronics using a parallel breakout board and standard stepping motors and stepping motor drivers.
    Step 23: Driver Part 4
    This tutorial is dated, if you are considering a CNC for your personal use, we would highly recommend purchasing a kit that is very stable from our wide range of machines available. The driver is almost to a completion! We have installed all of the tiny components. Now to the big components. This is the logical process of putting together any circuit kit. The small components are difficult to insert if the larger components are installed already. Believe me, I've tried. Especially if there are jumper wires or resistors needed underneath chips and sockets.
    Thumbnail: USB Controller wired to one driver and one stepper motor Wiring the CNC Motion Electronics with the USB Interface
    Here is a tutorial on connecting drivers and stepping motors to the USB Interface for CNC machines. We offer the USB interface/controller for those that have a laptop, or don't have a parallel port on their computer, and who prefer to use the Planet-CNC software. Here I show a video on the entire process to get your USB Interface connected to the stepper drivers and stepper motors correctly and in a simple and trouble free way.