N5 CANopen Online Manual V2.0.0

Electrical properties and technical data

Property

Description / value

Operating voltage
  • 12 V-5% … 72 V +4% DC for low-current version with designation N5-1-2
  • 12 V … 48 V DC +/-5% DC for the high-current version with designation N5-2-2 and up to hardware version w007
  • 12 V -5% … 57.4 V DC for the high-current version with designation N5-2-2 and from hardware version w007b
Rated current

N5-1-2 (low current): 10 Arms

N5-2-2 (high current): 18 Arms

Peak current

N5-1-2 (low current): 10 Arms

N5-2-2 (high current): 40 Arms for 5 seconds

Commutation Stepper motor – open loop, stepper motor – closed loop with encoder, BLDC motor – closed loop with Hall sensor, and BLDC motor – closed loop with encoder
Operating modes Profile Position Mode, Profile Velocity Mode, Profile Torque Mode, Velocity Mode, Homing Mode, Interpolated Position Mode, Cyclic Sync Position Mode, Cyclic Sync Velocity Mode, Cyclic Synchronous Torque Mode, Clock-Direction Mode
Set value setting / programming CANopen, Ethernet (REST with the NanoIP user interface), clock-direction, analog, NanoJ program
Interfaces CANopen, Ethernet
Inputs
  • 4 inputs, 5 V/24 V (inputs 1 to 4) individually switchable by means of software, factory setting: 5 V
  • 2 inputs, wide range 5-24 V (inputs 5 and 6);
  • 2 analog inputs -10 to +10 V or 0–20 mA (switchable by means of software)
Outputs 2 outputs, (open drain, 0 switching, max. 24 V and 500 mA)
Encoder input 5 V or 24 V signal, differential or single-ended (switchable by means of software), max. resolution 65536 increments per revolution (16-bit)
Protection circuit

Overvoltage and undervoltage protection

Overtemperature protection (> 75° Celsius on the power board)

Polarity reversal protection: In the event of a polarity reversal, a short-circuit will occur between supply voltage and GND over a power diode; a line protection device (fuse) is therefore necessary in the supply line. The values of the fuse are dependent on the application and must be dimensioned

  • greater than the maximum current consumption of the controller
  • less than the maximum current of the voltage supply.

If the fuse value is very close to the maximum current consumption of the controller, a medium / slow tripping characteristics should be used.

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