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Driver CS860H Used for NEMA 34 Stepper Motor

High Voltage NEMA 34 Stepper Motor Driver(2 phase stepper motor driver) CS860H is a game-changer in the field of motion control. Its exceptional torque, precise positioning, and efficient performance make it a preferred choice for various industrial and commercial applications. By understanding its characteristics, applications, and maintenance, you can make the most of this powerful technology for your specific automation needs.
  • CS860H

  • CS

  • 8503009090

  • 2 phase

  • 40VAC to 80VAC; 60VDC to 110VDC

  • 51200steps/rev

  • 2.4A to 7.2A

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Best Stepper Motor Driver CS860H made by the manufacturer&supplier -Cosda Automation



Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver Description: 



The CS860H 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 technology, without manual adjustment can be automatically generated optimal parameters for different motors, and achieve the best performance.


Supply voltage range from 40VAC to 80VAC or from 60VDC to 110VDC, suitable for driving various 2-phase hybrid stepping motors which phase current below 7.2A. The microstep can be set from full step to 51200steps/rev and the output current can be set form 2.4A to 7.2A; with automatic idle-current reduction, self-test, overvoltage, under-voltage and over-current protection.



Best Stepper Motor Driver made by the stepper motor manfacturer Cosda Automation has the following characters :


● High-performance, low price

● Micro-step

● Automatic idle-current reduction

● Optical isolating signal I/O

● Max response frequency up to 200Kpps

● Low temperature rise, smooth motion

● Online adaptive PID technology



Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver Electrical Specifications:



Parameter

Min

Typical

Max

Unit

Input Voltage(DC)

60

-

110

VDC

Input Voltage(AC)

40

-

80

VAC

Output current

0

-

7.2

A

Pulse Signal Frequency

0

-

200

KHZ

Logic Signal Current

7

10

16

MA



Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver Current setting:





RMS

Peak

SW1

SW2

SW3

2.00A

2.40A

on

on

on

2.57A

3.08A

off

on

on

3.14A

3.77A

on

off

on

3.71A

4.45A

off

off

on

4.28A

5.14A

on

on

off

4.86A

5.83A

off

on

off

5.43A

6.52A

on

off

off

6.00A

7.20A

off

off

off


 

Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver Standstill Current Setting: 



SW4 is used for standstill current setting. OFF meaning that the standstill current is half of the dynamic current; and ON meaning that standstill current is the same as the selected dynamic current. Usually the SW4 is set to OFF, in order to reduce the heat of the motor and driver.



Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver Micro-step Setting :




Step/Rev

SW5

SW6

SW7

SW8

Default

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




Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver Control signal Connector:



Control Signal connector

Name

Description

PUL+

Pulse signal positive

PUL-

Pulse signal negative

DIR+

Direction signal positive

DIR-

Direction signal negative

ENA+

Enable signal positive, usually left unconnected(enable)

ENA-

Enable signal negative, usually left unconnected(enable)



Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver Power and Motor Connector:



AC

Power supply

+60~+110 VDC or 40V-80VAC

AC

A+

Motor phase A

A-

B+

Motor phase B

B-



Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver Mechanical Specifications (unit: mm(inch),1 inch = 25.4mm)



Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver CS860H



Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver CS860H Download: 



Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver CS860H.pdf



What is a Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver?



A hybrid stepper motor driver is an electronic device responsible for powering and controlling the hybrid stepper motor. It converts low-power control signals from a controller (such as a microcontroller or PLC) into high-power signals that drive the stepper motor's windings. Hybrid stepper motor drivers are designed to provide smooth motion and microstepping capability.



Working Principle of Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver



The hybrid stepper motor driver operates based on the principle of current regulation to the motor windings. It receives step and direction signals from the controller, which determines the motor's rotation. The driver divides each full step into smaller microsteps to achieve smoother motion and reduce vibration.



Benefits of Using a Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver



Hybrid stepper motor drivers offer several benefits, including precise positioning, high torque at low speeds, and cost-effectiveness. They are ideal for applications where open-loop control is sufficient and feedback devices like encoders are not required, simplifying the overall system setup.



Choosing the Right Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver for NEMA 34



Voltage and Current Ratings


When selecting a hybrid stepper motor driver for NEMA 34, it is crucial to match the voltage and current ratings of the driver with the motor's specifications. Mismatched voltage or current may result in reduced performance or damage to the motor or driver.


Microstepping Resolution


Microstepping is a technique used by hybrid stepper motor drivers to divide each full step into smaller microsteps. Higher microstepping resolution results in smoother motion and reduced vibration. It is essential to choose a driver with the appropriate microstepping options for the application's requirements.


Communication Interfaces


Hybrid stepper motor drivers may offer various communication interfaces such as parallel, serial, or USB. The choice of the communication interface should align with the system's control architecture and ease of integration.


Safety Features


Ensure the selected hybrid stepper motor driver incorporates safety features like overcurrent protection, thermal shutdown, and voltage surge protection. These features safeguard the motor and driver from potential damage in case of faults or sudden power surges.



Installation and Setup of Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver



Preparing for Installation


Before installing the hybrid stepper motor driver, carefully read the manufacturer's instructions and specifications. Make sure the power supply, controller, and motor connections are correct.


Wiring the Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver


Follow the wiring diagram provided by the manufacturer to connect the driver to the power supply, stepper motor, and controller. Double-check the connections to avoid any errors.


Configuring the Driver for NEMA 34 Stepper Motor


Most hybrid stepper motor drivers come with configurable settings that allow users to optimize the driver's performance for their specific application. Configuring the driver correctly ensures smooth and precise motion control. Here are the key configuration steps for setting up the hybrid stepper motor driver for the NEMA 34 stepper motor:


Step 1: Current Limit Setting


Adjust the current limit of the driver to match the rated current of the NEMA 34 stepper motor. Setting the current limit too high can cause overheating and damage the motor or driver, while setting it too low may result in reduced torque and performance. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for calculating the appropriate current limit.


Step 2: Microstepping Resolution


Determine the required microstepping resolution based on the application's motion requirements. Higher microstepping settings result in smoother motion and reduced resonance. However, it is essential to strike a balance between resolution and motor performance, as excessively high microstepping can lead to reduced torque output.


Step 3: Decay Mode


The decay mode controls how the driver reduces the current in the motor windings during each step. Common decay modes include fast decay and slow decay. Selecting the appropriate decay mode depends on the application's speed and torque requirements. Experiment with different settings to find the most suitable decay mode for the specific application.


Step 4: Step Pulse Timing


Adjust the step pulse timing to match the response time of the NEMA 34 stepper motor. Fine-tuning the step pulse timing can help eliminate missed steps and ensure accurate positioning. Refer to the stepper motor's datasheet and the driver's user manual for guidance on setting the step pulse timing.


Step 5: Acceleration and Deceleration


If the application requires rapid changes in motion speed, configure the acceleration and deceleration parameters in the driver. Properly setting these parameters ensures smooth acceleration and deceleration, reducing mechanical stress on the motor and mechanical components.


Step 6: Idle Current Reduction


Many hybrid stepper motor drivers offer an idle current reduction feature, which reduces the motor current when the motor is not moving. Enabling this feature can help save energy and reduce heat buildup during periods of inactivity.


Step 7: Test and Fine-Tuning


After configuring the driver settings, perform a series of test runs to evaluate the motor's performance. Observe the motion's smoothness, accuracy, and torque output. If necessary, fine-tune the driver's settings to optimize the motor's performance for the specific application.



Tips for Optimal Performance



Cooling and Heat Dissipation


Ensure the hybrid stepper motor driver is adequately cooled to prevent overheating during extended operation. Consider using heatsinks or cooling fans if the application demands continuous and high torque movements.


Maintenance and Troubleshooting


Regularly inspect and clean the stepper motor and driver to prevent dust accumulation and potential performance issues. In case of any unexpected behavior or performance degradation, refer to the manufacturer's troubleshooting guide for assistance.


Fine-Tuning the Driver Parameters


Don't hesitate to fine-tune the driver parameters after installation. Minor adjustments can significantly impact the motor's performance, leading to smoother operation and better overall system efficiency.



Applications of NEMA 34 Stepper Motor with Hybrid Drivers



CNC Machines and 3D Printers


In CNC machines, the NEMA 34 stepper motor paired with a hybrid driver provides precise control over the cutting tool's movement, enabling intricate designs and accurate machining. Similarly, in 3D printers, the NEMA 34 stepper motor ensures precise layer-by-layer printing.


Robotics and Automation


The NEMA 34 stepper motor is widely used in robotics for various tasks, such as arm movement, conveyor belt control, and gripping mechanisms. The hybrid stepper motor driver facilitates precise control and motion synchronization in robotic applications.


Medical Devices


In medical devices such as medical imaging systems and laboratory automation equipment, the NEMA 34 stepper motor and hybrid driver combination enables precise positioning and movement control, ensuring accurate results and efficient operations.


Packaging and Labeling Machines


Packaging and labeling machines require precise and repeatable movements. The NEMA 34 stepper motor with a hybrid driver is an excellent choice for such applications, providing reliable and consistent motion control.



Hybrid Stepper Motor Driver vs. Other Driver Types



Comparison with Servo Motor Drivers


Compared to servo motor drivers, hybrid stepper motor drivers are generally more cost-effective and simpler to set up. However, servo motor systems often offer higher torque and better performance in high-speed applications. The choice between the two depends on the specific requirements of the application.


Advantages Over Traditional Stepper Motor Drivers


Hybrid stepper motor drivers offer several advantages over traditional stepper motor drivers. The microstepping capability provides smoother motion and reduces vibration, while the ability to handle higher current ratings allows for higher torque output. Additionally, hybrid drivers can be more energy-efficient due to their idle current reduction feature.



Future Trends in Stepper Motor Driver Technology



As technology continues to evolve, stepper motor drivers are likely to see advancements in efficiency, compactness, and integration with intelligent control systems. Keep an eye out for the latest trends in stepper motor driver technology for potential improvements in your applications.



FAQs for NEMA 34 Stepper Motor Driver



1. What is the voltage rating of a typical NEMA 34 stepper motor driver?


NEMA 34 stepper motor drivers usually operate within a voltage range of 24V to 80V. However, the specific voltage rating may vary depending on the manufacturer and model.


2. Can I use a NEMA 34 stepper motor driver with a different stepper motor size?


While it's generally recommended to match the stepper motor driver with the corresponding motor size, some drivers may be compatible with multiple motor sizes. However, it's crucial to verify compatibility and performance specifications before attempting to use a different-sized motor.


3. Are NEMA 34 stepper motor drivers suitable for high-speed applications?


NEMA 34 stepper motor drivers are more commonly used in applications that prioritize accuracy and torque over high-speed operations. For high-speed applications, servo motor systems might be more suitable due to their ability to maintain precise control at faster speeds.


4. Can I use NEMA 34 stepper motor drivers in harsh industrial environments?


Yes, many NEMA 34 stepper motor drivers are designed to withstand harsh industrial conditions. However, it's essential to choose drivers with appropriate protection features, such as dust and moisture resistance, to ensure reliable performance in demanding environments.


5. How can I optimize the performance of my NEMA 34 stepper motor driver?


To optimize performance, ensure that the driver is correctly matched to the stepper motor, and use high-quality power supplies to provide stable voltage. Additionally, fine-tune the microstepping settings and regularly maintain the driver to prevent dust accumulation and overheating.



FAQs for the factory :



1. Are you a manufacturer?


Yes, we are manufacturer, and we produce Stepper Motor& Stepper Motor Driver,  Switching Power supply, Short Cycle Press Line and other automatic machines.


2. How to select models?


Before purchasing, please contact us to confirm model No. and drawings to avoid any misunderstanding.


3. Do you offer OEM & ODM service? 


Yes.We can supply OEM&ODM and make customized design for any specific application.


4. How can we know the product quality?


We suggest you ording a sample. And you can also send us email with detailed photos and specifications for checking if you cannot get enough information in the product page.


5. What's the delivery time?


Except special order.For samples usually 10-14 working days .For batch order .Usually 17-25days. For Stock motors usually 1~2 days.

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