3/28/2006 - AllMotion Inc., the leading manufacturer of miniature high-performance stepper and servo drives, announces immediate availability of its award-winning* dual axis EZHR17EN Stepper Motor Controller + Driver, designed for rapid off-the-shelf implementation in miniature applications.
Measuring just 1.6" x 1.6" (40mm x 40mm), AllMotion's dual axis capable EZHR17EN high resolution intelligent stepper motor controller + driver with encoder feedback provides up to 2 amps drive current for one axis and up to 1 amp for the second with optional second stepper or bidirectional DC driver daughtercard. The EZHR17EN and daughtercard can microstep up to 1/256 and 1/16 steps, respectively.
“AllMotion’s EZHR17EN’s dual axis positioning capability provides high resolution coordinated motions for applications such as an X-Y robot or a syringe and valve drive with unparalleled ease,” said AllMotion President David Goodin. “Engineered for rapid implementation as an off-the-shelf component, the EZHR17EN makes dual axis motion for miniature products low cost and easy.”
The EZHR17EN gives precise positioning, acceleration and velocity capability to any stepper motor that is 3 inches or smaller (NEMA size 23 or smaller). First-time users are able to make a stepper motor move as commanded less than 30 minutes after opening the box. The EZHR17EN is easily integrated into OEM instrumentation across a wide range of industries.
Intelligent Motion In Just 30 Minutes
AllMotion’s EZStepper technology gets your motor running in 30 minutes or less. The EZHR17EN is capable of high speed and highly complex motion – up to 20 million microsteps per second – yet follows simple and intuitive command sets compatible with devices using the Cavro DT or OEM protocol. Commands can be issued from any serial terminal program (such as HyperTerminal) or from the EZ Stepper Windows application.
The EZHR17EN is capable of standalone operation with no connection to a PC. It can be programmed to execute a preset string of commands upon power up. These strings and other programs are stored in onboard EEPROM. Commands include nested loops and execution halt pending a switch closure, which is useful in stand-alone applications.
The fully intelligent stepper motor controller + driver is designed to fasten to the back of the stepper motor. A single four- wire bus equipped with two power wires and two communication wires can link up to 16 stepper motor controllers in a daisy chain.
Well suited for medical devices, scientific and optical instruments, embedded automation applications and any small footprint device that needs rapid implementation of precise dual axis motion control.
Pricing and Availability
EZHR17EN at US$225.00 each, daughterboard at US$69.00 each. Large lot volume pricing available. Shipped from factory stock.
AllMotion Inc. develops and manufactures miniature high-performance stepper and servo drives for the medical, scientific, optical and general automation markets. Its mission is to create superior, ultra-compact motion control solutions that reduce costs and readily integrate into OEM instrumentation designs across a wide range of industries. R&D efforts are centered on core competencies of small form factor components that deliver precise positioning control and ease of use.
AllMotion provides off-the shelf motion control devices and custom solutions based on its EZStepper and EZServo motor driver technology. Its servo motor controllers and brushless DC motor controllers feature quadrature encoder feedback, and are programmable to allow standalone operation. The San Jose, California, based company has proven leadership in miniature motion control, with a full line of intelligent driver/controllers.
OEMs and systems integrators are invited to contact AllMotion for consultation on stepper drives, stepper controllers, servo drives and servo controllers for small form factor embedded applications.
Phone 408-460-1345. Fax 408-358-4781. Email: email@example.com
* AllMotion is pleased to announce we have been awarded the prestigious 2006 Design News Golden Mousetrap Award for our Dual Axis EZHR17EN Stepper Motor Driver + Controller, featured in the March 20, 2006 special awards issue.
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