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Interrupted phase alarm (05/09/2011)

The stepper motor drives of the xS10, DS30 and DS5x series implement a special technology able to detect the interrupted phase condition.

This characteristic, hard to find in other drives, is particularly useful when the motor is used in open loop because it allows to know in advance whether there are cabling problems or motor failures that will prevent the correct execution of the next movement.

Additional Tips
Modbus-RTU RS232 RS485 and USB
The DS5x stepper motor drives with Modbus-RTU can be used with RS232, RS485 and USB connections.

Regardless of the chosen interface, the drive always ensures the galvanic isolation between the communication port and the power supply.»read more

Analog inputs freely configurable
The drives belonging to the DS30 and DS5x series are equipped with two -10/+10V analog inputs which can be also used to set the speed, the position, etc.

These inputs do not have a predefined function and can be freely used inside the user's»read more

Analog output for various applications
The 0-10V analog output present in the DS30 and DS5x stepper motor drives can be used to control an inverter reference, a proportioning valve or to supply power to a potentiometer.

The analog output does not have a predefined function and can be»read more

Changing the speed and position on the fly
In the stepper motor drives belonging to the DS30 and DS5x series the Speed/Position set point can be changed at any time, even with the motor in rotation, without having to wait for the completion of the positioning or of the command previously»read more
Powerful debugging tools
The UDP Commander free software not only simplifies the development of user's programs but also provides powerful debug tools that assists the programmer during the debugging of the application, allowing to insert break points, to move one»read more