PD6-N89 – Plug & Drive Stepper Motor with Integrated RS485 / CANopen ClosedLoop Positioning Control
The PD6-N is an effective enhancement of the Nanotec Plug & Drive motors. In addition to the integrated power end stage, it includes a complete, network-capable speed and positioning control. The user-friendly Windows software allows users without programming knowledge to quickly and easily create and test even complex axis movements on a laptop by selecting one of the integrated modes that are tailored to different drive applications and configuring the movement sequences.
As well as the movement sequences machine parameters such as spindle pitch or gear reduction, for example, and motor parameters such as the microstep mode, for example, can also be conveniently set via the software. After the configuration, the 16 motion profiles stored in the PD6-I can then be controlled via 6 inputs through external signals which allows an economic and flexible connection in the machine.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The PD4-N motors are delivered with a firmware that is optimized for RS485 as standard. If you want to use CANopen, you have to download the NanoPro software in the download area on the right of our web site, connect the motor to the PC via the serial interface and then carry out a firmware update via NanoPro.
|Operating voltage||24 to 48 V DC|
|max. phase current||Adjustable up to max. 10.5 A/phase, 7 A nominal current|
|Interface||RS485 or CANopen|
|Operating type||Position, speed, flag position, clock direction, analog mode, joystick|
|Position monitoring||Automatic error correction up to 0.9 °C|
|Operating mode||1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/5, 1/8, 1/10, 1/32, 1/64 adaptive (1/128)|
0 to 50 kHz in the clock/direction mode, 0 to 25 kHz in all other modes
|Inputs||6 optocoupler inputs (5..24 V), or analog inputs|
|Outputs||Open-Drain (0 switching, max. 24 V/1.5 A)|
|Current reduction||Adjustable in values of 1 %|
|Protective circuit||Overvoltage and heatsink temp. > 80 °C|
|Temperature range||0 to + 40 °C,|
|Connection type||2 x 2 m cable|
|New functions||Closed loop / sinusoidal commutation programmable as a sequence controller using NonoJ easy (RS485)|
All versions of Nanopro software
- 24V Suppression circuit
Depending on the wiring and cable length it is possible that a 24V control signal causes an overcoupling to another, 2nd control wire.
In case a controller with wide-range inputs (5 – 24V) is being used, this can result in malfunction of the controller. To avoid this, please integrate the following suppression circuit to all needed inputs. Inputs, which are not being used can be directly connected to Gnd.overcoupling, suppression circuit
- Connecting the motor controller or plug & drive motor to a load or SPS
Our controllers and plug & drive motors can be connected to a load or a SPS through their open collector outputs. A relay with the same circuit layout as shown in the picture is necessary. Further a catch diode is mandatory. Please, take the maximum switching current and the maximum operating voltage into account. You'll find this kind of information in the according manual.
SMCI35: This motor controller is not connectable directly to the load or SPSLoad, Plug & Drive, SMCI, Open Collector, SMCI35
- The firmware update failed
If there occurs a loss of communication between controller and motor due to a failed firmware update please, install the firmware manually.
Firmware Update for Download: Firmwareupdate.zipFirmware
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