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STEPPER MOTORS, DRIVES, & POWER SUPPLIES

1st Edition

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LINEAR MOTION SOLUTIONS

Nook Industries, Inc. offers motion control components that become SERIES 500
the tools that complete actuator system solutions. The Series 500 product line of actuators (both
The elements that make up a linear solution are motors, drives, and parallel mount and in-line mount) are designed
power supplies. Stepper motors can power ball screws, actuators, with the appropriate-sized Nook stepper motor
jacks, and linear modules. Nook delivers best-in-class components and optional drive as a complete assembly
consistent with Nook quality and performance at the lowest cost, all
from a single source.
Nook engineers have years of experience in providing solutions in
linear motion and can help in the application of a complete solution.
PRECISION METRIC BALL SCREWS
INTEGRATED STEPPER MOTOR Nook Precision Metric Ball Screws (PMBS) are a perfect
Integrated stepper motors have a motion control component match for stepper motor-driven linear solutions. Nook offers
combined with built-in index feedback. This allows for two-phase end bearing supports which are designed to accomodate the
stepping along with a high performance drive and a 1000 line full range of Nook NEMA 17, 23, and 34 steppers.
mapping encoder . These features offer a closed-loop, cost effective
means to control a Nook mechanical solution.

STEPPER MOTORS
Nook offers a wide variety of two-phase, low-inertia stepper motors
MODULAR LINEAR ACTUATORS
in three basic NEMA frame sizes. Eleven different step motors
(NEMA 17, 23, & 34) are stocked and available for quick delivery. Rodless actuators are routinely supplied with stepper motors ranging
from NEMA 17 to NEMA 34. They can be combined with ball screws,
acme screws, or belt-driven actuators to offer a full linear solution.
DRIVES
Nook features four drives specifically tuned for use with Nook
stepper motors. These high-performance drives are based on the
latest motion control technology. Advance features include reduced
stepper noise, anti-resonance that optimizes torque and nulls mid-
range instability. All this offers low-speed ripple smoothing and
reduced motor heating. WORM GEAR SCREW JACKS
Nook ActionJac Worm Gear Screw Jacks
can be adapted to accept stepper motors
from 1/4 ton to 2-1/2 ton. The resulting
actuators will provide easy solutions with
repeatable ultimate control. Contact Nook
Engineering for complete solutions.

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LINEAR MOTION SOLUTIONS
INTEGRATED STEPPER
NiSS23-20

INTEGRATED STEP-SERV MOTOR/DRIVE/ENCODER


13.71 Ref.

This new integrated stepper system is a compact, cost effective 21


45 1.60
drive-plus-motor-with-feedback package. The 2-phase NEMA 23 7.5 0.1
56.400.50 75.84
step motor is integrated with an advanced DSP stepper drive and a 0
47.140.20 38.10-0.05
magnetic encoder to save you space, time and money. Competitive 0
8.10 -0.01
products are called easy servo or hybrid servo, Nook offers this
47.14 0.20 31.65 80
step motor/drive with feedback which we describe as Step-Serv. 56.40 0.50

Bonus: servo-tuning is not necessary, and a stepper does not Dimensions in mm


huntat rest like a conventional servo.

DRIVE ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS


INPUT OUTPUT PULSE INPUT PULSE LOGIC SIGNAL ISOLATION-
VOLTAGE CURRENT FREQUENCY VOLTAGE CURRENT RESISTANCE
(VDC) (A) (kHz) (V) (mA) (M)
MIN 20 0 0 0 7 100
TYPICAL 36 - 200 5 10 -
MAX 50 6.0(Peak) 500 24 16 -

MOTOR MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS


HOLDING MOTOR + DRIVE
TORQUE LENGTH WEIGHT
(Nm) (mm) (kg)
NISS23-20 20 111.62 1.25

NiSS23-20 SPEED TORQUE CURVE


A step/servo is an integrated motor, a complete brushless
300
closed loop stepper system
Closed-loop controls eliminate wiring, labor costs, and 250
48 VDC - RPS488
Torque (oz-in)

compatibility issues
200
Integration yields compact size and reduced electrical 36 VDC - RPS369
interference 150
1000-line optical encoder position control 24 VDC - RPS2410
100
High starting torque and quick response, smooth low speed
motor movement 50
Excellent response time, torque (30% over open loop)
0
Load-dependent dynamic tuning keeps motor cool 60 240 480 720 1080 1320 1800 2400
2 Nm (285 oz-in) holding torque stepper motor RPM
Sixteen micro step resolution value from 200 to 51,200 steps See page 11 for information about Nook Prower Supplies.
per rev
Isolated control inputs; no tuning for plug and play setup
In-position and fault outputs to external motion controller
Over voltage, over-current, and position-error protection

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NEMA 17 MOTORS
PowerPlus technology: boosts efficiency and performance at
all speeds
Lower inertia rotors provide faster acceleration
High voltage insulation for use with high voltage, high
performance drives
Low loss stators have better high speed performance
Standard windings with high fill for more low speed torque

NEMA 17
0.9450.020 Sq. 1.670
0
L Max. Sq. 1.220 Rated Holding Rotor
0.866 -0.002 0.591 L Current Torque Plug or # of Inertia
MOTOR (in) (A) (oz-in) Leads Leads (oz-in2)
0
0.1969 -0.0005
NMS17-HD2-P4200 1.57 2 68 Plug 4 0.31
0.1770.004 NMS17-HD6-P4200 1.90 2 89 Plug 4 0.45
4-M3 Depth
0.18 Min.
0.08
0.433

70 NEMA 17 MOTOR W/ NM-4022 DRIVE 70


NEMA 17 MOTOR W/ NM-4022 DRIVE
POWER SUPPLY: 24VDC (RPS-369) POWER SUPPLY: 36VDC (RPS-369)
60 CURRENT: 1.6A RMS 60
CURRENT: 1.6A RMS
Torque (oz-in)

Torque (oz-in)

50 50 NMS17-HD6-P4200
NMS17-HD6-P4200
40 40
NMS17-HD2-P4200 NMS17-HD2-P4200
30 30

20 20

10 10
30 260 490 720 30 260 490 720
RPM RPM

100 80
NEMA 17 MOTOR W/ NM-5045 DRIVE
90 POWER SUPPLY: 24VDC (RPS-2410) 70
CURRENT: 2.0A RMS NMS17-HD6-P4200
Torque (oz-in)

80
Torque (oz-in)

60
70
NMS17-HD6-P4200 NMS17-HD2-P4200
60 50
50 40 NEMA 17 MOTOR W/ NM-5045 DRIVE
NMS17-HD2-P4200
40 POWER SUPPLY: 36VDC (RPS-369)
30 CURRENT: 2.0A RMS
30
20 20
60 240 420 600 60 240 420 600
RPM RPM

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NEMA 23 MOTORS

PowerPlus technology: boosts efficiency and performance at


all speeds
Lower inertia rotors provide faster acceleration
High voltage insulation for use with high voltage, high
performance drives
Low loss stators have better high speed performance
Standard windings with high fill for more low speed torque

NEMA 23
0.8110.019 Sq. 2.22
L Max.
1.86
Rated Current
0.591 +0.008
4-0.2 0 (A) Holding Rotor
0
1.500 -0.0019 L Torque Plug or # of Inertia
MOTOR (in) Series Parallel (oz-in) Leads Leads (oz-in2)
0.2280.004
NML23-HS0-P4220 1.54 2.2 120 120 Plug 4 0.66
0
2.5 -0.0005 NML23-HS8-P4220 2.17 2.2 210 210 Plug 4 1.2
NML23-HS8-L4550 2.17 5.5 210 210 Leads 4 1.2
0.063
0.50
0.189 NML23-HSA-L4500 3.03 5.5 330 330 Leads 4 2.1

160 160
NEMA 23 MOTOR W/ NM-5045 DRIVE NEMA 23 MOTOR W/ NM-5045 DRIVE
140 POWER SUPPLY: 24VDC (RPS2410) 140 POWER SUPPLY: 36VDC (RPS-369)
CURRENT: 2.2A RMS CURRENT: 2.2A RMS
Torque (oz-in)

120
Torque (oz-in)

120
100 100
NML23-HS8-P4220 NML23-HS8-P4220
80
80 NML23-HS0-P4220
60
60 NML23-HS0-P4220
40
40
20
20 0
60 240 420 540 60 240 420 600
0 RPM RPM

160 350
NEMA 23 MOTOR W/ NM-5045 DRIVE NEMA 23 MOTOR W/ NM-8078 DRIVE
140 POWER SUPPLY: 48VDC (RPS488) 300 POWER SUPPLY: 24VDC (RPS2410)
CURRENT: 2.2A RMS CURRENT: 5A RMS
Torque (oz-in)

120
Torque (oz-in)

250
100
NML23-HS8-P4220 200
80 NML23-HSA-L4500
NML23-HS0-P4220 150
60
100
40
20 50
0 0
60 240 420 600 60 240 420 600
RPM RPM

350 300
NEMA 23 MOTOR W/ NM-8078 DRIVE NML23-HSA-L4500
300 POWER SUPPLY: 36VDC (RPS369)
Torque (oz-in)
Torque (oz-in)

250 250
NML23-HSA-L4500, 5A RMS
200
150
NML23-HS8-P4500, 5.5A RMS 200 NEMA 23 MOTOR W/ NM-12082-AC DRIVE
100 POWER SUPPLY: 120VAC
CURRENT: 5A RMS
50
150
0 60 240 420 600
60 240 420 600
RPM RPM
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NEMA 34 MOTORS
PowerPlus technology: boosts efficiency and performance at all speeds
Lower inertia rotors provide faster acceleration
High voltage insulation for use with high voltage, high performance drives
Low loss stators have better high speed performance
Standard windings with high fill for more low speed torque

NEMA 34
0.750.04
1.250.02 Sq. 3.39
0 L Max.
0.5 -0.0005 Sq. 2.74

0
0.125 -0.002

0
0.555 -0.017
2.8750.001

0.8670.01

Rated Current
(A) Holding Rotor
L Torque # of Inertia
MOTOR (in) Series Parallel (oz-in) Leads (oz-in2)
NML34-HD1-L4200 3.82 2.0 1000 4 8.8
NML34-HD2-L4200 4.96 2.0 1400 4 13.0
NML34-HD0-L8350 2.64 3.5 7.0 540 8 3.5
NML34-HD1-L8350 3.82 3.5 7.0 1000 8 6.0
NML34-HD2-L8350 4.96 3.5 7.0 1400 8 8.4

1200 NEMA 34 MOTOR W/ NM-8078 DRIVE 1200 NEMA 34 MOTOR W/ NM-8078 DRIVE
POWER SUPPLY: 48VDC (RPS488) POWER SUPPLY: 60VDC (RPS608)
1000 CURRENT: 5.5A RMS 1000 CURRENT: 5.5A RMS
Torque (oz-in)

Torque (oz-in)

8-LEAD PARALLEL 8-LEAD PARALLEL


800 800
600 600
NML34-HD1-L8350 NML34-HD2-L8350 NML34-HD1-L8350 NML34-HD2-L8350
400 400
NML34-HD0-L8350 NML34-HD0-L8350
200 200
0 0
60 240 420 600 60 240 420 600
RPM RPM

1400 NEMA 34 MOTOR W/ NM-12082-AC DRIVE 1400 NEMA 34 MOTOR W/ NM-12082-AC DRIVE
1200 POWER SUPPLY: 120VAC 1200 POWER SUPPLY: 120VAC
CURRENT: 2A RMS CURRENT: 3.5A RMS
Torque (oz-in)

Torque (oz-in)

1000 8-LEAD SERIES 1000


NML34-HD1-L8350 NML34-HD2-L8350
800 800
NML34-HD2-L4200
600 600
NML34-HD1-L4200 NML34-HD0-L8350
400 400
200 200
0 0
60 240 420 600 60 240 420 600
RPM RPM

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DRIVES
NM-4022
CURRENT SETTING
INTRODUCTION
Output current is programmable in software configured mode from
The NM-4022 is a versatile, fully digital stepping drive based on a
0.3A to 2.2A. When not in software configured mode, operating
DSP with an advanced control algorithm. It brings a unique level
current is set by SW 1,2,3 of the DIP switch. DIP switch current
of system smoothness, provides optimum torque, and nulls mid-
settings range from 0.5A to 2.2A. Select a current setting closest to
range instability. Motor auto-identification and parameter auto-
your motors required current
configuration technology offers optimum response with different
motors. The NM-4022 allows step motors to run with much lower MOTORS PEAK RMS SW1 SW2 SW3
noise and heat while still creating smoother motion than other Software Configured on on on
stepping drives on the market. 0.5A 0.35A off on on
0.7A 0.5A on off on
APPLICATIONS 1.0A 0.7A off off on
The NM-4022 stepper drive can automatically identify 100% of stall 1.3A 0.9A on on off
of current motors at 300 RPM or above, and send fault signals back 1.6A 1.2A off on off
to a motion controller or other sensing device. This stepper drive also
1.9A 1.4A on off off
adopts advanced features like electronic damping, anti-resonance,
NMS17-HD2-P4200
start-up smoothing, and multi-stepping. With input voltage ranging NMS17-HD6-P4200 2.2A 1.6A off off off
from 20-40 VDC and output current of 0.5-2.2A peak, it is capable of
driving a wide range of 2-phase stepper motors. Its multi-stepping
feature allows a low resolution step input to produce a much higher
microstep output for smooth and quiet motor movement.
MICROSTEP SETTING
Ideal for use with Nook NEMA 17 step motors in various applications NM-4022 microstep resolution is programmable from 200 up to
ranging from medical machines, laser cutters, laser markers, 6400 steps per revolution. When not in software configured mode,
X-Y tables, labeling machines, etc. Its unique features make the microstep resolution is set by SW 5 and 6 of the DIP switch. In
NM-4022 an ideal solution for applications that require low-speed order to avoid losing steps, do not change the microstep resolution
smoothness. on the fly.

MOTOR CONNECTOR
CONTROL SIGNALS
A+, A- and B+, B- are for motor
OPTO is for the opto-coupler power supply and typically a +5V PUL
connections. Exchanging the
is used for the pulse command signal. DIR is for the direction of the
connection of two wires for a coil
control signal, and ENA is used for the enable/disable control signal.
to the drive will reverse the default
Series connect resistors for current-limiting when +12V or+24V is
motor direction.
used.

LOGIC PULSE
OUTPUT INPUT SIGNAL INPUT ISOLATION
CURRENT VOLTAGE CURRENT FREQ. RESISTANCE
(A) (VDC) (mA) (kHz) (M)
Min 0.3 20 7 0 500
Typ - - 10 -
86 [3.388]
79 [3.113] Max 2.2 40 16 75
(1.6 RMS)
20.5 [0.808]

11.75 [0.463]

4 [0.158]
55 [2.167]

27.5 [1.084]

79 [3.113]

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CURRENT SETTING
Output current is programmable in software configured mode from
DRIVES (Continued) 0.5A to 4.5A. When not in software configured mode, operating
NM-5045 current is set by SW 1,2,3 of the DIP switch. DIP switch current
settings range from 1.4A to 4.5A. Select a current setting closest to
INTRODUCTION your motors required current
The NM-5045 is a high performance 2-phase digital stepper drive that
MOTORS PEAK RMS SW1 SW2 SW3
utilizes an advanced DSP and current control algorithm. The drive
will accept step & direction and/or CW/CCW control commands and Software Configured on on on
is simple to implement. 1.40A 1.00A off on on
1.96A 1.40A on off on
2.38A 1.70A off off on
APPLICATIONS
NMS17-HD2-P4200
The NM-5045 stepper drive can automatically identify 100% of stall NMS17-HD6-P4200
NML34-HD1-L4200 2.80A 2.00A on on off
of current motors at 300 RPM or above, and send fault signals back NML34-HD2-L4200
to a motion controller or other sensing device. This stepper drive also NML23-HS0-P4220
3.08A 2.20A off on off
adopts advanced features like electronic damping, anti-resonance, NML23-HS8-P4220
start-up smoothing, and multi-stepping. With input voltage ranging 3.78A 2.70A on off off
from 20-50 VDC and output current of 1.40-4.5A peak, it is capable of 4.50A 3.21A off off off
driving a wide range of 2-phase stepper motors. Its multi-stepping
feature allows a low resolution step input to produce a much higher MICROSTEP SETTING
microstep output for smooth and quite motor movement.
Microstep resolution is programmable. When not in software
Nook offers several matched stepper motors for the NM-5045 with configured mode, microstep resolution is set by SW5,6 of the DIP
optimized configurations stored in the stepper drive. The user only switch. In order to avoid losing steps, do not change the microstep
needs to use the motor rotary switch to select the correct motor. resolution on the fly.
Consult the speed vs. torque curves on pages 4-6 for motor sizing.
CONTROL SIGNALS
Typically a +5V PUL is used for the pulse command signal. DIR is for
the direction of the control signal, ENA is used for the enable/disable
MOTOR CONNECTOR control signal, and FLT used for the fault signal. Series connect
A+, A- and B+, B- are for motor connections. Exchanging the resistors for current-limiting when +12V or+24V is used.
connection of two wires for a coil to the drive will reverse the default
motor direction. LOGIC PULSE
OUTPUT INPUT SIGNAL INPUT ISOLATION
CURRENT VOLTAGE CURRENT FREQ. RESISTANCE
(A) (VDC) (mA) (kHz) (M)
Min 1.46 20 7 0 500
Typ - 36 10 -
Max 4.2 (2.2 50 16 200
RMS)

5 [0.197]
116 [4.567]

26.5 [1.043]
15 [0.591]

109 [4.291]
99 [3.898]

5 [0.197]

28 [1.102] 69.2 [2.724]

19.5 [0.768]

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NM-8078 CURRENT SETTING

INTRODUCTION Output current is programmable. When not in software configured


mode, operating current is set by SW1,2,3 of the DIP switch. Up
Like the smaller Nook drives the NM-8078 also uses an advanced to 2.2A. Select a current setting closest to your motors required
DSP and current control algorithm. This is a higher power high current.
performance 2-phase digital stepper drive. The NM-8078 will take
MOTORS PEAK RMS SW1 SW2 SW3
step & direction and/or CW/CCW control commands, and is very
simple to implement. Software Configured on on on
1.40A 1.00A off on on

APPLICATIONS NMS17-HD2-P4200
NMS17-HD6-P4200
NML34-HD1-L4200 2.8A 2.0A on off on
The NM-8078 stepper drive can automatically identify 100% of NML34-HD2-L4200
stall of driven motors at 300 RPM or above, and send fault signals
NML23-HS0-P4220
back to a motion controller or other sensing device. This stepper NML23-HS8-P4220 3.1A 2.2A off off on
drive also adopts advanced features like electrical damping, anti- NML34-HD0-L8350*
resonance, start-up smoothing, multi-stepping. With input voltage of NML34-HD1-L8350* 4.9A 3.5A on on off
NML34-HD2-L8350*
20 - 80 VDC and output current of 1.46 7.80A peak, it is capable of
driving a wide range of 2-phase stepper motors with high precision 5.6A 4.0A off on off
and extreme smoothness. Its multi-stepping feature allows a low NML23-HAS-L4500 7.0A 5.0A on off off
resolution step input to produce a much higher microstep output for NML23-HS8-L4550 7.8A 5.5A off off off
smooth and quiet motor movement. *series

Nook offers several matched stepper motors for the NM-8078 with MICROSTEP SETTING
their optimized configurations stored in the stepper drive. The user
only needs to use the motor rotary switch to select the right motor, NM-8078 microstep resolution is programmable from 200 up to
and the NM-8078 will automatically load the pre-set parameters. 25600 steps per revolution. When not in software configured mode,
Consult the spped vs torque curves on pages 4-6 for motor sizing. microstep resolution is set by SW 5, 6 of the DIP switch. In order to
avoid losing steps, do not change the microstep resolution on the fly.
For advanced users, Nook can provide software for performance
fine-tuning. The user can tune a stepper motors three resonance CONTROL SIGNALS
areas (usually around 1 rps, 2 rps, and 4 rps) to reduce noise and Typically a +5V PUL is used for the pulse command signal. DIR is
vibration, set microstep resolution to any value from 200 to 104,000 for the direction control signal. ENA is for the enable/ disable control
(increase by 200), and configure output current to any value of 0.5 signal while FLT is used for the fault signal. Series connect resistors
- 7.80A (increased by 0.1A); and idle current of 1-100% of output for current-limiting when +12V or +24V is used.
current.
LOGIC PULSE
MOTOR CONNECTOR OUTPUT INPUT SIGNAL INPUT ISOLATION
CURRENT VOLTAGE CURRENT FREQ. RESISTANCE
A+, A- and B+, B- are for motor connections. Exchanging the (A) (VDC) (mA) (kHz) (M)
connection of two wires for a coil to the drive will reverse default Min 1.40 20 7 0 500
motion direction. Typ - 48 10 -
Max 7.0 (RMS) 70 16 200

116 [4.567]
4.5 112 [4.410]
[0.177]
34
22.5 [1.339]
[0.886]

75.5
3.5 [2.972]
[0.138]
47.8
[1.882]
25.3
[0.996]

112 [4.409]

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AC
CURRENT SETTING
Output current is programmable in software configured mode from
DRIVES (Continued) 0.5 to 8.2A. When not in software configured mode, operating
NM-12082-AC POWERED
current is set by SW 1, 2, 3 of the DIP switch. DIP switch current
INTRODUCTION settings range from 2.8 to 8.2A. Select a current setting closest to
The NM-12082-AC is a high voltage, digital stepping drive based your motors required current.
on a DSP with advanced control algorithm. It brings a unique level MATCHING MOTORS PEAK RMS SW1 SW2 SW3
of system smoothness, providing optimum torque and nulls mid- Software Configured off off off
range instability. Motor auto-test and parameter auto-configuration
NML34-HD1-L4200 2.8A 2.0A on off off
technology offers optimum responses with different motors and NML34-HD2-L4200
is easy-to-use. The driven motors can run with much less noise, NML23-HS0-P4220 3.1A 2.2A off on off
lower heating, smoother movement than most of the drivers on the NML23-HS8-P4220
market. Its unique features make the NM-12082-AC an ideal solution NML34-HD0-L8350 4.9A 3.5A on on off
for applications that require low-speed smoothness. The NM-12082- NML34-HD1-L8350
NML34-HD2-L8350
AC will accept step & direction and/or CW/CCW control commands.
5.6A 4.0A off off on
NML23-HAS-L4500 7.0A 5.0A on off on
APPLICATIONS NML23-HS8-L4550 7.8A 5.5A off on on

The NM-12082-AC stepper drive can automatically identify 100% of 7.8A 5.9A on on on
stall current of motors at 300 RPM or above, and send fault signals MICROSTEP SETTING
back to a motion controller or other sensing device. This stepper
drive also adopts advanced features like electronic damping, anti- NM-12082-AC microstep resolution is programmable from 200 up to
resonance, start-up smoothing, and multi-stepping. With input 25600 steps per revolution. When not in software configured mode,
voltages ranging from 80-150 VAC and output current of 2.8-8.2A microstep resolution is set by SW5, 6, 7, and 8 of the DIP switch. In
peak, it is capable of driving a wide range of 2-phase stepper order to avoid losing steps, do not change the microstep resolution
motors. Its multi-stepping feature allows a low resolution step input on the fly.
to produce a much higher microstep output for smooth and quiet
CONTROL SIGNALS
motor movement.
Typically a +5V PUL is used for the pulse command signal. DIR is for
Nook offers several matched stepper motors for the NM-12082-AC the direction of the control signal, and ENA is used for the enable/
with optimized configurations stored in the drive. The user only disable control signal. FAULT is used for the fault control signal.
needs to use the motor rotary switch to select the correct motor. Series connect resistors for current-limiting when +12V or+24V is
Consult the speed vs. torque curves on pages 4-6 for motor sizing. used.

MOTOR CONNECTOR LOGIC PULSE


OUTPUT INPUT SIGNAL INPUT ISOLATION
CURRENT VOLTAGE CURRENT FREQ. RESISTANCE
A+, A- and B+, B- are for motor connections. Exchanging the (A) (VDC) (mA) (kHz) (M)
connection of two wires for a coil to the drive will reverse the default
Min 0.5 80 7 0 500
motor direction.
Typ - 110 10 -
Max 8.2 (5.9 150 20 200
RMS)

15
5 [0.197] [0.591]
TYP 4-R2.5 [0.098] 137 [5.394]

192 [7.559] 81
[3.189]
25
[0.984]

137
[5.394]

200 [7.874]

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POWER SUPPLIES

Specifically designed to power stepper and OUTPUT RATED POWER SIZE WEIGHT
POWER
servo systems INPUT (VDC) (W) (mm) (kg)
High efficiency and output power up to 500W
RPS2410 115/220VAC10% 24 240 199 110 50 0.8
Input voltage of 85-132 and / or 176-265 AC
Output voltage of 24/36/48/60 VDC RPS369 120/220VAC10% 36 360 215 113.6 50 0.88
Quick response to constant current changes RPS488 115/220VAC10% 48 400 215 113.6 50 0.88
Able to take voltage charge back in stepper/
servo systems RPS608 220VAC10% 60 500 261 102.4 65 1.14
Short circuit, over-current, over-voltage and
short-voltage protection

RPS2410 RPS369 & RPS488 RPS608


7.5 6-4.5 3.5 Ellipse through hole 7.75 20
4

5 189.5
14 65 150
16 189.5 3.5
49.5 23 6 12 5-M3 (2.2mm Deep) 50
21 95
3-M3 25 50 67.5 113.6
35 62 87.8 96.45
23
29 4-M4 (3mm Deep)
9 199 22.5
3.5
113.5
4-M3 9.3 22.9
21.5 87.5 4 (2.2 mm deep) 177.5 6.75
84 105 9.6
110
5-M3 (4mm Deep) 102.4 6 92 85 95
31 4-M3 9.5 66.8
184 36.7 (3 mm deep) 9 25 49.5
5
246 13 4-M4 (2mm Deep)
252 61 126
261 170.5 32.4 150
190.5 214.5

PRECISION METRIC BALL SCREWS (PMBS)


Nook Industries has always been a leader in developing high-quality are available from stock and can easily be mounted in the field for
linear motion components and systems to meet the ever-increasing ease of assembly.
demand for precision linear motion. Precision-rolled ball screws have
Consult factory or Nook website to design end machining and bearing
long been a hallmark of Nook Industries, and the latest innovations
mounts for ease of applications. Check engineering section of the
from Nook Industries are Precision Metric Ball Screws (PMBS).
catalog to verify application data to assure product performance.
They are manufactured in the United States to meet the increasing
demand for metric ball screws in the global market. FEATURES:
The PMBS product line offers linear lead accuracy classes of T10,
Utilizing precision thread-rolling technology
T7, T5, and T3, which comply with the ISO 3408 ball screw standard. Wide range of diameters and leads
All ball nuts are precision ground and engineered to operate with T3, T5, T7, and T10 lead accuracy per ISO 3408-3
DIN-style flanges
precision rolled ball screws or precision ground (T3) ball screws.
Preloaded and clearance nuts
Nook offers both preloaded and non-preloaded ball nuts in multiple State-of-the-art ball return mechanisms
configurations; Flanged, V-Threaded, and Cylindrical Keyed mounting 3 different styles available: Integral-flange, V-thread, and
options are able to satisfy virtually all applications. The flanged ball Cylindrical keyed.
nuts are manufactured to the DIN 69 051. Non-preloaded ball nuts Integral wipers

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