C82 - Dual Port Multifunction Board_B

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The C82 supplies full access to the power of the Ethernet Smooth Stepper board.    

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C82 - Dual Port Multifunction Board_B
C82 - Dual Port Multifunction Board_B

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    The C82 supplies full access to the power of the Ethernet Smooth Stepper board.    

    FEATURES

    • Designed for ESS AND ETHER-MACH motion controller.

    • Built-in PWM-Based Speed Control and Two Built-in Electromechanical Relays with NO and NC positions for spindle control.

    • The system monitors:

      • E-Stop

      • Safety Charge Pump.

      • VFD Fault.

      • Driver Fault.

    • Discrete Inputs and Outputs can be using with +5vdc TTL logic or 10-30vdc Logic.

    • Electromechanical Relay with NO and NC positions for general purpose (Port_2 16 or 17, jumper-selectable).

    • Microcontroller based SCHP.

    • Optoisolated inputs.Can be powered with a voltage between +10 and +30VDC.

    • Status LEDs on all input and Output connections.

    • DIN Rail mountable.

    • Pluggable Screw-On Terminals.

    • It is compatible with family of C34 connector boards that allow quickly connecting to popular drives connecting not just the step and direction signals, but also the fault and enable signals.

    More Information
    SKUC82_B
    ManufacturerDoughy Drive
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       Frequently Asked Questions and Answers


    • Arturo Duncan - 2 months ago
      What is a Safety Charge Pump (SCHP)?

      It is a watchdog.  It is a feature in which the control software will send a pulse stream through a pin, as if it was moving an axis.  Then a microcontroller on the breakout board will see that pulse stream and will know that the signals coming f...
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