1. Thermal performance with DMOS technology
  2. Revolutionary speed and positioning sensing
  3. Backed by a fully-trained application engineering team. 
  4. Tailored to meet motion requirements

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Why Invest in a Stepper Driver? 

  • Aids in cost-effective operations 
  • Easy to use for table-turning operations 
  • Astonishing sensitivity towards the given command 
  • Superb mean and low-speed scaling

How to Choose the Right Controller Stepper Motor Driver?

Keep the Torque Issues in Mind

You should be aware of issues like inertia mismatch before finalizing the purchase of a driver.

Apply Correct Voltage

Correct voltage ensures smooth rotation and prevents noise and vibration in the machine. 

Understand the Purpose of Microstepping

Use the available torque optimally by applying the microstepping correctly. 

Match Motor and Driver Correctly

A motor will achieve the desired torque only when it’s correctly matched with the driver. 

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  • Top-Quality is our Priority – All our products are manufactured in strict accordance with quality management system
  • Wealth of Experience – Our team has enough experience to quickly understand your needs and offer you tailored solutions. 
  • Trustworthy – Honesty is our way of life at Automation Technology Inc. This is why we have our clientele’s trust
  • On-Time Delivery – We ensure short lead times and on-time delivery so that you don’t have to keep waiting.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the purpose of a Stepper Motor Driver?

    It is the driver circuit that enables the stepper motor to perform its operations. The driver offers sufficient and controlled energy for phases in a precise sequence.

  • Does a stepper motor run on AC or DC?

    A step motor is a DC electric motor that divides a full rotation into a number of equal steps.

  • How big of a stepper motor do I need?

    The size of the stepper motor depends on the job it is required to do. Low torque stepper motor works fine for cutting soft materials. High torque stepper motors would be required if you intend to cut very hard materials.