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DM556 Stepper motor controller 5.6A 50V
  • DM556 Stepper motor controller 5.6A 50V
  • DM556 Stepper motor controller 5.6A 50V
  • DM556 Stepper motor controller 5.6A 50V
  • DM556 Stepper motor controller 5.6A 50V
  • DM556 Stepper motor controller 5.6A 50V

DM556 Stepper motor controller 5.6A 50V

The DM556 low-voltage digital stepper motor controller, which uses the latest 32-bit DSP technology, is suitable for driving the 57 and 86 series motors Nema23, with excellent low-speed performance to meet the application needs of small and medium-sized equipment.

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Description:

The DM556 is a versatile all-digital stepper controller based on a DSP with an advanced control algorithm. This controller is the next generation of digital stepper motor controls. It brings a unique level of smoothness to the system, providing optimum torque and negating mid-range instabilities. The motor self-testing and parameter auto-setting technology provides optimal responses with different motors and makes it easy to use. The controlled motors run much quieter, generate less heat and run smoother.

Its unique features make the DM556 an ideal solution for applications requiring smoothness at low speed.

Features:

  • Anti-Resonance, provides optimum torque and cancels out mid-range instabilities.
  • Supply voltage 20 VDC - 50 VDC (recommended not to exceed 45 V due to "back EMF")
  • Programmable output current, 1.4 A to 5.6 A (DM556)
  • Automatic idle current reduction (in stop mode) to reduce motor warm-up; switchable function (reduction rate can be set by software)
  • Motor self-test and parameter self-configuration technology, provides optimal responses with different motors
  • Pulse input frequency up to 200 kHz
  • TTL-compatible and optically isolated input
  • Adjustable 1/128 microstepping (from 400 to 25600 pulses per revolution)
  • Programmable microstep resolutions from full step to 25000 steps/rev.
  • Suitable for 2- and 4-phase motors
  • Over-voltage, over-current and phase-error protections
  • Applications:
  • Suitable for a wide range of stepper motors of NEMA 17, 23 and 34 sizes (42 x 42 mm to 86 x 86 mm).
  • Can be used in various types of machines, such as X-Y tables, engraving machines, labelling machines, laser cutters, pick-up devices, etc.
  • It is especially suitable for applications where low noise levels, lower heat development, high speed and high precision are desired.
  • Supports PUL/DIR and CW/CCW modes
  • Extra-low motor noise offers excellent quietness

Pin function:

Pulse Signal(PUL): In single pulse mode (pulse/direction), this input represents the pulse signal, each edge rising or falling active (software configurable); 3.3-24V when PUL-HIGH, 0-0.5V when PUL-LOW. In dual pulse mode (pulse/pulse) , this input represents the clockwise (CW) pulse, active at both high and low level (software configurable). For a reliable response, the pulse width must be greater than 2.5µs. 

DIR signal: In single pulse mode, this signal has low/high voltage levels, representing two directions of motor rotation; in dual pulse mode (software configurable), this signal is a counter-clockwise (CCW) pulse, active at both high and low level (software configurable). For reliable motion response, the DIR signal must be ahead of the PUL signal by at least 5µs. 3.3-24V when DIR-HIGH, 0-0.5V when DIR-LOW. Note that the direction of rotation is also related to the motor wiring match. If the connection of two wires from one coil to the inverter is changed, the direction of motion will be reversed.

Enable signal (ENA): This signal is used to enable/disable the drive. High level (NPN, PNP and differential control signal are reversed, i.e. low level for enable.) to enable the drive and low level to disable the drive. This signal is normally left ENABLED: This signal is used to enable/disable the drive. High level (NPN, PNP and differential control signal are inverted, i.e. low level for enable) to enable the drive and low level to disable the drive. Normally left UNPLUGGED (ENABLED).

+ V: Power supply, 24~50 VDC, Including voltage fluctuation and EMF voltage.

GND: Power supply ground

A+/A-: Motor phase A

B+/B-: Motor B phase

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