NP5-08 —  Motor Controller/Drive for CANopen, EtherCAT, Modbus RTU or SPI

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  • 25 in Stock

Technical Data

  • Interface CANopen 
  • Rated Current (RMS) 6 A
  • Corresponding Motors Stepper Motors, Brushless DC motors 
  • Type of Digital Inputs 3.3 V 
  • Type of Analog Input 0...3.3 V 
  • Type of Digital Output 3.3 V 
  • Encoder Signal Type incremental 
  • Weight 0.035 kg
  • Operating Voltage 12 VDC - 48 VDC
  • Peak Current (RMS) 10 A
  • Number of Digital Inputs
  • Number of Analog Inputs
  • Digital Outputs
  • Encoder Input  
  • Brake Output  
  • Temperature Range -10 °C - 40 °C

Dimensions

NP5

Knowledge Base

To reduce the length of the wiring harnesses in vehicles and save on weight, the Bosch company developed the so-called CAN bus for networking control units in 1987. CAN is the abbreviation for "Controller Area Network" and is often used in combination with "bus" (Binary Unit System) to describe a system for the transmission of data between different devices on a shared transmission path. CANopen is a communication protocol...
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NanoJ V2 Example Programs Velocity mode This program is used to select the speed mode and switch on the "state machine". The motor starts automatically. 3 KB ...
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New technology for the second generation of the integrated programming language In the second generation of our integrated programming language, we have fully revised the technology to achieve real-time capability and a higher execution speed. While the programs in version 1 of NanoJ ran as a byte code in a virtual machine parallel to the motor controller and therefore were not subject to a strictly deterministic timing, the new version now...
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Accessories

DK-NP5-48 Development Board for NP5 $ 242.36

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$ 143.03

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  • 25 in Stock