Zaber announces NEMA 17 Stepper Motor with built-in controller and encoder | Automation.com

Zaber announces NEMA 17 Stepper Motor with built-in controller and encoder

Zaber announces NEMA 17 Stepper Motor with built-in controller and encoder

June 9, 2016 - These NEMA size 17 stepper motors have a built-in controller and motor encoder. A detachable home sensor with mounting screw and a small magnet are included. An additional, optional away sensor is also available. They are standalone units requiring only a standard 24 V or 48 V power supply.

An indexed knob provides convenient manual control for versatile operation even without a computer. The motors connect to the USB 2.0 or RS-232 port of any computer and can be daisy-chained with any other Zaber products. Convenient locking, 4-pin, M8 connectors on the unit allow for secure connection between units. The chain also shares power, so multiple X-Series products can use a single power supply.

Zaber's positioners with built-in controllers, stand-alone controllers, and joysticks are divided into three series: the T-Series, the A-Series, and the X-Series.

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