Servo Stepper 2.5 Nm

CNC DSP Closed-Loop Stepper Servo Drive 4A 16~70VDC Matching 56mm NEMA23 motor HBS57 Leadshine Based on latest DSP technology and adopting Leadshine’s advanced control algorithm, HBS servo drive applies servo control on 57HSExx / 57EBPxx servo stepper motors.

When adopted with an 57HSExx / 57EBPxx servo motor, it combines features of both open loop steppers & brushless servo systems, and offers many unique advances features for excellent motion control system performance.

Price without tax:

89.00 

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Description

  ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS for HBS57 driver: 

Electrical Specifications (Tj = 25°C / 77°F)

Parameters Min Typical Max Unit
Input voltage DC 16 40 70 VDC
Logic signal current 7 10 16 mA
Output current 0 7.0 (Peak) A
Pulse input frequency 0 300 kHz
Insulation resistance 500

 Pictures, dimensions,table data and technical drawings of this product are made with reasonable care and liability is excluded for the accuracy and correctness of this data.

  ENCODER Cable wire color

Wire Color Signal Wire Color
White GND            
Red VCC            
Yellow B +            
Green B –            
Black A +            
Blue A –            

Pictures, dimensions,table data and technical drawings of this product are made with reasonable care and liability is excluded for the accuracy and correctness of this data.


  POWER and Motor Connector – Screw Terminal

POWER and Motor Connector – Screw Terminal on the drive
Pin Name on Driver I/O Description Motor Wire Colors
1 A+ O Motor Phase A+                
2 A- O Motor Phase A –                
3 B+ O Motor Phase B+                
4 B- O Motor Phase B –                
5 + VDC I Power supply input 16-70 VDC
6 GND I
Control Signal Connector – Screw Terminal
Pin Name I/O Description
1 PUL+ I Pulse signal: In single pulse (pulse/direction) mode, this input represents pulse signal, each rising or falling edge active (software configurable, see hybrid servo software operational manual for more detail); In double pulse mode (software configurable), this input represents clockwise (CW) pulse, active both at high level and low level. 3.3-5V when PUL-HIGH, 0-0.5V when PUL-LOW. For reliable response, pulse width should be longer than 1.2μs. Series connect resistors for current-limiting when +12V or +24V used. The same as DIR and ENA signal.
2 PUL- I
3 DIR+ I Direction Signal: In single-pulse mode, this signal has low/high voltage levels, representing two directions of motor rotation. In double-pulse mode (software configurable), this signal is counter-clock (CCW) pulse, active both at high level and low level. For reliable motion response, DIR signal should be ahead of PUL signal by 5μs at least. 3.3-5V when DIR-HIGH, 0-0.5V when DIR-LOW. Please note that rotation direction is also related to motor-driver wiring match. Exchanging the connection of two wires for a coil to the driver will reverse motion direction. The direction signal’s polarity is software configurable.
4 DIR- I
5 ENA+ I Enable signal: This signal is used for enabling/disabling the driver. In default, high level (NPN control signal) for enabling the driver and low level for disabling the driver. Usually left UNCONNECTED (ENABLED). Please note that PNP and Differential control signals are on the contrary, namely Low level for enabling. The active level of ENA signal is software configurable
6 ENA- I
Stator Signal Connector – Screw Terminal
Pin Name I/O Description                           
1 ALM+ O Alarm Signal: OC output signal, active when one of the following protection is activated: over-voltage, over current and position following error. This port can sink or source 20mA current at 24V. In default, the resistance between ALM+ and ALM- is low impedance in normal operation and become high when HBS56 goes into error. The active level of alarm signal is software configurable. See Hybrid servo software operational manual for more detail.
2 ALM- O

  DIP SWITCH Setting for Microstep Resolution

Please read instructions carefully before use this drive!
Dip Switch
  • This driver uses an 5-bit DIP switch to set microstep resolution
  • SW5 is used for DIR signal input to change direction CW or CCW

NOTE: Do not change DIP switch poles under power, turn drive off before changing microstepping configuration!

warning

Steps / Revolution SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4
Software Configured (Default 400) on on on on
800 off on on on
1600 on off on on
3200 off off on on
6400 on on off on
12800 off on off on
25600 on off off on
51200 off off off on
1000 on on on off
2000 off on on off
4000 on off on off
5000 off off on off
8000 on on off off
10000 off on off off
20000 on off off off
40000 off off off off

 Servo PID parameters setting

The current default current loop, position loop and speed loop parameters of the drive are the best parameters of the matched motor. The customer generally does not need to modify it. Only need to select the motor microstepping and rated current according to the needs of the system control.


  MOTOR DIMENSIONS

servo stepper 2.2nm


 

  Motor Wiring

 servo stepper 2.2nm wiring

 

 

   DESCRIPTION

The HBS series offers an alternative for applications requiring high performance and high reliability when the servo was the only choice, while it remains cost-effective. The system includes a 3-phase stepper motor combined with afully digital, high performance drive and an internal encoder which is used to close the position, velocity and currentloops in real time, just like servo systems. It combines the best of servo and stepper motor technologies, and deliversunique capabilities and enhancements over both, while at a fraction of the cost of a servo system.It is capable of driving NEMA 23, 24 and 34 servo motors (stepper motors with encoders) with the position loop closed in real time.

Same as servo drives in traditional brushless servo systems, an HBS57 servo drive takes encoder feedback from a driven 57HSExx series servo motor to close the position loop and eliminate the possibility of lose of movement synchronization. Therefore, loss of steps which limits adoption of stepper systems is totally eliminated in HBS57 servo systems. Compared with constant output current in open loop stepper drive, output current from an HBS57 servo drive to the driven motor is load based. When torque requirement is low, the output current is automatically lowered to the level of “just enough”. But when the torque requirement is high, an HBS57 servo drive can boost the output current quickly, up to 8.2A. This can significantly improve control system response time, offer excellent acceleration performance, and reduce motor heating by as much as 50% over open-loop stepper systems. Also, there is no torque reservation needed for an HBS57 driven servo system. In an driven servo system, it always allows 100% torque implementation available from the driven servo motor and thus improves system high speed performance by as much as 40% over comparable open loop stepper systems. In addition, smoothness and quietness are also significantly improved in HBS57 driven servo systems over steppers.

Compared with traditional brushless servo systems, cost for HBS57 driven servo systems is significantly lower.  They also outperform comparable traditional brushless servo systems for the features of much higher low-middle speed torque, high standstill stiffness, no hunting (shaking), no overshooting, and almost zero settling time. In addition, plug-and-play setup for almost all applications makes HBS57 driven servo system much simple to set up, over hard-to-configure brushless servo systems which usual involve configurations of tens of parameters.

 

   FEATURES

  • Step and direction control
  • Closed position loop for no loss of movement synchronization
  • Operating voltage: 16-70 VDC
  • Load based output current of 0.5 – 7.0 A
  • High torque at starting and low speed
  • No torque reservation ,High stiffness at standstill
  • Significantly reduced motor heating
  • Smooth motor movement and extra low motor noise
  • Quick response, no delay and zero settling time
  • No loss of steps; no hunting; no overshooting
  • Plug-and-play and no tuning for most applications
  • Lower cost

   APLICATIONS

  • Engraving machine
  • For a variety of small and medium sized automation equipment
  • Stripping machine Marking machine
  • Cutting machine Laser machines
  • Plotters, medical equipment
  • Machine tools
  • Automatic assembly equipment
  • Electronic processing equipmentI user expectations low noise
  • High speed device applications

 PACKAGE Includes 

  • (1pcs) / 57EBP98ALC Motor with encoder
  • (1pcs) / HBS57 Cloosed Loop Driver
  • 2 cables each of 2m in lengthWeight without packaging: 1.75kg

 

 

 

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Servo Stepper 2.5 Nm

CNC DSP Closed-Loop Stepper Servo Drive 4A 16~70VDC Matching 56mm NEMA23 motor HBS57 Leadshine Based on latest DSP technology and adopting Leadshine's advanced control algorithm, HBS servo drive applies servo control on 57HSExx / 57EBPxx servo stepper motors. When adopted with an 57HSExx / 57EBPxx servo motor, it combines features of both open loop steppers & brushless servo systems, and offers many unique advances features for excellent motion control system performance.