The CWD556 digital driver uses online adaptive PID (Proportional Integral Derivative) technology, which automatically adjusts itself monitoring the stepper motor and generating optimal output so giving the best output for any given situation and monitors the output automatically, compared with standard Analogue drives which have a fixed preset output which cannot adapt to different output requirements.This allows the driver to vary it’s output for different steppers motors always giving best drive capability at ant given time as it monitors stepper and adjusts itself for best performance.parameters for different motors,
Recommended PSU (Power Supply Unit) is 36 Volts when using with high inducatance steppers but can be used with 48V PSU if using our Nema 23 low inductance steppers.
It is important you match drive current to stepper as over driving can damage the stepper and driver as high inductance steppes generate high backemf, also most impotantly never disconnect or plug in stepper stepper while live as this can blow the output Mosfets as generated ark can reach 1000’s of Volts.
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The CWD556 is a new generation digital 2 phase stepper motor driver, based on a 32-bit DSP processor, combination of the anti-resonance, low noise, micro-step and low temperature rise technology significantly improve the performance of the stepper motor, has low noise, small vibration, low temperature rise and high-speed torque.
The driver use online adaptive PID (Proportional Integral Derivative) technology, without manual adjustment can be automatically generated optimal parameters for different motors, and achieve the best performance.
Supply voltage range from 24VDC to 50VDC recommended 36VDC, are suitable for driving various 2-phase hybrid stepping motors which phase current below 5.6A. The microsteps can be set from 51200steps/rev and full step to the output current can be set form 2.1A to 5.6A with automatic idle-current reduction, self-test, overvoltage, under-voltage and over-current protection.
High-performance, low price
Automatic idle-current reduction
Optical isolating signals I/O
Max response frequency up to 200Kpps
Low temperature rise, smooth motion
Online adaptive PID technology