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Single drive for multiple motor types including brushed and brushless motors, voice coils and linear motors A


single, versatile drive that is able to control most motor types has been introduced by Motion Control Products. The novel design of the i159 servo drive allows it to control stepper motors as well as brushed and brushless motors, voice coils and linear motors.


Developed to provide high precision positioning for stepper motors, it uses closed loop control to produce a substantial increase in efficiency and reduced power consumption. Offering both closed loop and open loop support, its flexible design also allows it to drive other motor types.


This cost effective drive is compact and its versatility means that only a single drive is needed for most small to medium applications.


“Stepper motors have proved to be a good resource to provide accurate positioning at a low cost but their higher power consumption and the lack of an accurate feedback have made them lacking in some application requirements. More expensive brushless motors where used in this application reducing profit margins and increases the complexity of the customers system. Efficiency and accuracy are part of our core competencies, so we decided to provide a solution reinventing stepper motor control with a unique servo drive combining the best of both worlds.” Said Steve McKay, MD of Motion Control Products Ltd. “The i-159 customised drive has the features of both a compact size and low cost, which made it a perfect fit for our customers and their applications with a host of communication platform options.”


With advanced, fully featured software the i159 drive supports CANOpen, RS232, EtherCAT


and USB. The supply voltage is 10-48VDC, with a maximum phase continuous current of 5A, and an output of up to 500W. Efficiency is greater than 95%.


Hardware protection includes short-circuit protection, ESD and EMI protection, inverse polarity supply protection, and high power transient voltage suppression for back EMF braking. User configurable protection includes bus over- and under-voltage, over- and under- temperature, over-current, overload and open load protection.


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