Stepping systems combine simple, accurate position and speed control with microstepping technology to provide smooth motion. Leadshine stepper drives offer basic features and general-purpose performance, while SureStep drives combine higher performance with advanced features. Low-voltage drives require a DC power supply; high-bus-voltage model operates from 90-240VAC line voltage.
Leadshine Technology Co., Ltd. has been an industry leading motion control supplier since 1997 and is one of the largest stepper drive manufacturers in the world. Leadshine factories are ISO9001 certified. These high-quality, 2-phase, digital stepper drives offer a basic feature set at an unbeatable value.
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SureStep stepping systems provide simple and accurate control of position and speed where open-loop control and cost are considerations. Pulses (or "step" and "direction" signals) from AutomationDirect or other indexers / motion controllers are "translated" by the microstepping drive into precise movement of the stepping motor shaft. SureStep microstepping drives use advanced microstepping technology to smooth the motor motion and stepping response.
Five models: 4 with DC input, 1 with AC Input (high bus voltage)
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The advanced drives can operate with traditional high-speed inputs but can also be commanded via 0–5V analog input. They have an internal indexer that can accomplish point-to-point moves controlled via ASCII communication (SCL commands over RS-232).
Two models with all the features of the standard drives, plus:
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- for Advanced Stepper Drives and Advanced Integrated Motor/Drives
(software is not required for standard drives)
SureMotion Pro configuration software is available on USB drive for
or as a Free Download . Requires a PC serial port, USB-RS232 or STP-USB485-4W serial adapters.