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STEPPERONLINE stepper motor power supply uses modern power electronics technology to control the ratio of the turn-on and turn-off time of the switch to maintain a stable output voltage. It is generally composed of a pulse width modulation (PWM) control IC and a MOSFET. The core of the DC switching power supply is a DC/DC converter, and is roughly composed of a main circuit, a control circuit, a detection circuit, and an auxiliary power supply.
The output voltage of power supply ranges from 12V to 60V. All power sources are available for access to utility power as input power, and 115V/230VAC inputs are selected by switches. If it is a single stepper motor, the output current of the selected power supply should be greater than or equal to the rated current of the stepper motor. If a power supply supplies power to multiple motors, the power supply output current can be slightly less than the sum of the rated stepper motor currents.
- Input Voltage(V)
- Output Voltage(V)
- Max. Output Current(A)