A microstepping motor drive series by Testra (Tempe, AZ) offers improved performance and direct replacements for the recently discontinued Schneider IM483 drive series. Using the same footprint, the Model SS483 measures 2.75” (69.9 mm) x 3.00” (76.2 mm) x 1.20” (30.5 mm). Additional features include:
- Chopper stabilization that gets rid of commutation discontinuities further reducing motor noise and increasing accuracy.
- Applicable in CNC and automation equipment.
- Rohs and CE compliance.
- 14 micro-step resolutions (both binary and decimal).
- A variety of connector options.
- Custom waveforms can be matched to individual motor characteristics to eliminate torque and velocity ripple.
- Input supply ranges from 12 to 48 VDC.
- Output current of up to 3A rms (4A peak).
- No minimum inductance.
For more information visit www.testra.com; or call (480) 560-6141.