PD4-EB59CD-EB-65-2 –  Brushless DC motor with integrated controller IP65 – NEMA 23

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Under „Downloads“ you will find the technical manual that corresponds with the stock firmware. Please refer to the new technical manual (FIR-v2139) when using Plug & Drive Studio 2.
 

Technical Data

  • Size
  • Fieldbus CANopen 
  • Operating Voltage 12 VDC - 48 VDC
  • Rated Torque
  • Rated Current (RMS) 6 A
  • Number of Digital Inputs
  • Number of Analog Inputs
  • Number of Digital Outputs
  • Encoder  
  • Encoder Resolution 1024 CPR
  • Weight
  • Holding Torque (Brake)
  • NEMA 23 
  • Interface
  • Rated Power 220 W
  • Rated Speed 3500 rpm
  • Peak Current (RMS) 18 A
  • Type of Digital Inputs 5/24 V switchable 
  • Type of Analog Input 0 - 20 mA / 0 - 10 V switchable 
  • Type of Digital Output open-drain (max. 24 V/100 mA) 
  • Encoder Type single-turn absolute 
  • Length
  • Brake  

Dimensions

PD4-EB59CD-EB-65-1_2
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Torque Curves

Recommended load limit:
Maximum short-term static load that may be reached when the service life is taken into account.
Recommended load limit
Continuous Operation
 
 
 

Knowledge Base

This application note shows how to establish communication between Nanotec drives via CANopen. NanoJ programming allows you to realize simple master/slave functionalities, such as synchronizing two drives without a PLC.
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The examples and the Application Note show you how the NanoJ Library simplifies the use of the CiA 402 Power State Machine. The functions of the library are contained in a single header file, which you can easily add to your NanoJ project in Plug & Drive Studio.
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This interactive, animated demonstration shows how stepper motors work. It starts when you move the "continuous" slider to the left or right. Alternatively, you can also view individual images by clicking the arrows.
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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.
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